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June 12, 2021 55 min

Viktor Devonne brings in Lottie Ellington and GiGi Holliday for this Pride Month audio commentary experience of To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar; directed by Beeban Kidron and starring Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes, and John Leguizamo. This is a preview audio edition with full length version available at Patreon.com/WEBurlesque at the Pride Month special of $1 pledge.  For this edition, we talk nails, lashes, pageants, Ru, and 90s superstars. In Memory of SWEETIE.

- The Movies That Made Us (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne

- Your panel today is... 

  • GiGi Holliday, @@gigiholliday on IG and on Twitter; interview on Comedic Pursuits
  • Lottie Ellington, @lottieellington on IG and Twitter; LottieEllington.com
  • Viktor Devonne, @viktordevonne on IG/Twitter; interview on LavendarAfterDark.com
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    - Produced by Viktor Devonne, reigning Mr Hollywood Burlesque, and celebrating15 years in burlesque.  White Elephant Burlesque recently closed a five year residency in Manhattan, and continues to produce White Elephant Burlesque virtually. Visit weburlesque.com for details.

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