To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar

Attitude is everything

Category: Comedy
Three New York drag queens on their way to Hollywood for a beauty pageant get stranded in a small Midwestern town for the entire weekend when their car breaks down. While waiting for parts for their Cadillac convertible, the flamboyant trio shows the local homophobic rednecks that appearing different doesn't mean they don't have humanity in common.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1995-09-07
Run time: 109 minute / 1:49
Revenue: $47,774,193
Director: Beeban Kidron
Writer: Douglas Carter Beane
Production Companies : Amblin Entertainment, Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Wesley Snipes
as Noxeema Jackson
Patrick Swayze
as Vida Boheme
John Leguizamo
as Chi-Chi Rodriguez
Stockard Channing
as Carol Ann
Blythe Danner
as Beatrice
Arliss Howard
as Virgil
Jason London
as Bobby Ray
Chris Penn
as Sheriff Dollard
Melinda Dillon
as Merna
Beth Grant
as Loretta
Alice Drummond
as Clara
Marceline Hugot
as Katina
Jennifer Milmore
as Bobby Lee
Jamie Harrold
as Billy Budd
Mike Hodge
as Jimmy Joe
Michael Vartan
as Tommy
as Rachel Tensions
Julie Newmar
as Herself
Joel Story
as Little Earnest
Abie Hope Hyatt
as Donna Lee
Jamie Leigh Wolbert
as Sandra Lee
Shea Degan
as State Trooper
Dean Houser
as State Trooper
Joe Grojean
as State Trooper
Keith Reddin
as Motel Manager
Naomi Campbell
as Girl
William P. Hopkins
as Small Guy
Dayton Callie
as Crazy Elijah
Ron Carley
as Old Man
Shea R. Bredenkamp
as Rude Boy
Michael Tushaus
as Rude Boy
Patrick Tuttle
as Rude Boy
Timothy A. Zimmerman
as Rude Boy
Tim Keller
as Rude Boy
Miss Understood
as Miss Understood
Joey Arias
as Justine
Allen Hidalgo
as Chita Riviera
Mishell Chandler
as Miss Missy
Catiria Reyes
as Herself
David Drumgold
as Cappuccino Commotion
Miss Coco Peru
as Miss Coco Peru
Lionel Tiburcio
as Laritza Dumont
Bernard A. Mosca
as Olympia
Daniel T. 'Sweetie' Boothe
as Announcer
David Barton
as Boy in Chains
Susanne Bartsch
as NY Pageant Judge
Quentin Crisp
as NY Pageant Judge
Flotilla DeBarge
as NY Pageant Judge
Matthew Kasten
as NY Pageant Judge
Widow Norton
as NY Pageant Judge
CoCo LaChine
as CoCo LaChine
Mike Fulk
as Victoria Weston
Niasse N. Mamadou
as Lola
Candis Cayne
as Candis Cayne
Shelton McDonald
as Princess Diandra
Richard Ogden
as Kabuki
James Palacio
as Fiona James
Steven Polito
as Hedda Lettuce
Philip Stoehr
as Philomena
Margaret H. Flynn
as Vida's Mother
Billie J. Diekman
as Florist
Shari Shell-True
as Dance Teacher
Jimmy Ashmore
as Club Kid (uncredited)
George Costacos
as Patron (uncredited)
Chauncey Duren
as Contest Judge (uncredited)
Marshall Factora
as Waiter (uncredited)
Brian Ferrari
as Club Kid (uncredited)
Alphonso King, Jr.
as Extra (uncredited)
Lady Bunny
as Contestant (uncredited)
Jesse Wells Martin
as Contestant (uncredited)
Chris Place
as John (uncredited)
Channing Roos
as Flower Shop Assistant (uncredited)
Johnathan Staci Kim
as Waiter (uncredited)
Robin Williams
as John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt (uncredited)
Lito Wilson
as Viva Commotion (uncredited)
Suzanne Smith Casting

Wynn Thomas Production Design

Billy Hopkins Casting

Rachel Portman Music

Costume & Make-Up
Marlene Stewart Costume Design

Robert Guerra Art Direction

Andrew Mondshein Editor

Kerry Barden Casting

Ted Glass Set Decoration

Beeban Kidron Director

G. Mac Brown Producer

Steve Mason Director of Photography

Douglas Carter Beane Screenplay

Mary Cybulski Script Supervisor

Costume & Make-Up
Kevin P. Faherty Costume Supervisor

Erik Knight Art Department Coordinator

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