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Screenplays for Pink Flamingos and Desperate Living, and the unmade sequel Flamingos Forever.
Published May 1st 1996 by Thunder's Mouth Press (first published 1988)
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Delightful. Made me feel warm and fuzzy inside. Celebrations of freakishness and deviancy. It was also a treat to read the screenplay for the sequel to "Pink Flamingos," which never got produced -- I was able to imagine all of the sets and characters vividly in my head. But I agree with what John wrote in his introduction, there was no way he could have found an actor to replace Edith Massey after she died.
I had so much fun with this! Pink Flamingos is one of my favorite movies and I already knew most of the lines but I couldn't resist anyway. I have never had the balls to sit through Desperate Living, but now that I've read the script, I just may have to do it! And...the unfilmed sequel to Pink Flamingos entitled Flamingos Forever...oh, how I wish that had been filmed! I laughed so hard...John Waters, you rule!!!!!!
The original screenplays for the legendary Pink Flamingos,Desperate Living and the never-made sequel to Pink Flamingos.For fans only.
Reading the script for "Flamingos Forever", the sequel that never got made, is totally worth the price of this book!
Look what Trish gave me for Christmas! Signed by Mr. Waters too! Sweet!
Almost as good to read as to gouge your eyes out to.
Gunnar Hjalmarsson
John Waters er bestur!
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John Samuel Waters, Jr. is an American filmmaker, actor, writer, personality, visual artist and art collector, who rose to fame in the early 1970s for his transgressive cult films: Pink Flamingos and Hairspray. He is recognizable by his pencil-thin moustache.
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