The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender (1997)


Genres
History, Documentary
Runtime
1h 40min

Cast

Dan Butler
Host / Narrator
Don Ameche
Himself (archive footage)
Johnny Arthur
Himself (archive footage)
Lucille Ball
Herself (archive footage)
Noah Beery Jr.
Himself (archive footage)
Eric Blore
Himself (archive footage)
Humphrey Bogart
Himself (archive footage)
Marlon Brando
Himself (archive footage)
Walter Brennan
Himself (archive footage)
Montgomery Clift
Himself (archive footage)
Claudette Colbert
Herself (archive footage)
Gary Cooper
Himself (archive footage)
Joan Crawford
Herself (archive footage)
John Dall
Himself (archive footage)
Bette Davis
Herself (archive footage)
James Dean
Himself (archive footage)
Alain Delon
Himself (archive footage)
W.C. Fields
Himself (archive footage)
Errol Flynn
Himself (archive footage)
John Garfield
Himself (archive footage)
Judy Garland
Herself (archive footage)
Farley Granger
Himself (archive footage)
Cary Grant
Himself (archive footage)
Bob Hope
Himself (archive footage)
Edward Everett Horton
Himself (archive footage)
Leslie Howard
Himself (archive footage)
Rock Hudson
Himself (archive footage)
Danny Kaye
Himself (archive footage)
Jerry Lewis
Himself (archive footage)
David Manners
Himself (archive footage)
Jean Marais
Himself (archive footage)
Ray Milland
Himself (archive footage)
Sal Mineo
Himself (archive footage)
Laurence Olivier
Himself (archive footage)
Tyrone Power
Himself (archive footage)
Vincent Price
Himself (archive footage)
Erik Rhodes
Himself (archive footage)
Lizabeth Scott
Herself (archive footage)
Randolph Scott
Himself (archive footage)
Phil Silvers
Himself (archive footage)
Grady Sutton
Himself (archive footage)
Elizabeth Taylor
Herself (archive footage)
John Wayne
Himself (archive footage)
Clifton Webb
Himself (archive footage)

Synopsis

A film scrapbook, images, phrases from our past, hiding their meanings behind veils. Let's lift those veils, one by one, to find how images, at one time seeming innocent, have revealed, after decades, to have homosexual overtones.

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