Maggie Smith never does anything ‘merely’.

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Back in 1987  the celebrated British playwright  Peter Shaffer followed up the enormous success of his Tony Award-winning play Equus with a new play called Lettice and Lovage that he wrote especially for Maggie Smith (in her pre Dame days).  It centered around a flamboyant tour guide who loves to embellish the history behind an English country house and who … Continue reading



Turn Back Time to 2002 and the award-winning hilarious short film GAYDAR

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  For Throw Back Thursdays we turn back time to 2002 and this delightfully funny award-winning short film Gaydar which will appeal to every gay man who has ever secretly lusted after a hunky man who may not be as straight as he seems.  Or is that just wishful thinking? Randy (Terry Ray) has a huge crush on handsome co-worker … Continue reading



It’s Hard To Say Goodbye …….to Dreamgirls

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  To turn back time on this ‘Throwback Thursday”  we are revisiting two sets of guys who simply cannot resist lip-synching to one of the gayest musicals of all-time Dreamgirls.  The first video is from 2009 and is by Ryan Jackson, Logan Keslar, Billy Fagen who were part of the 50th Anniversary tour of West Side Story.  … Continue reading



Britain’s Most Gorgeous Man (circa 1950)

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Way before there were any gay men in the UK (well, officially that is) in public at least it was only women that ogled after men’s near-naked bodies.  Each year there was a competition to find Mr. Apollo from a bevy of masculine beauties dressed in skimpy Speedo swim trunks. The year was 1959 and the Judges were … Continue reading



Turn Back Time to when major Hollywood Stars used to love to camp it up

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  Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye lip-synch their way through ‘Sisters’ in the 1954 holiday classic White Christmas in a most outrageous fashion.  The number was never in the original script and the guys were just goofing around on the set but director Michael Curtiz found it so funny that he wrote it in. On … Continue reading



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