About the film
baltimore integration racial segregation hair detention woman played by man intercultural relationship interracial love interracial friendship drag modeling 1960s dance show adapted into play or musical
Release Date: February 16, 1988
|Slogan||:||«The world was in a mess... but their hair was perfect!!»|
|Genres||:||Comedy, Family, Music|
|Production Companies||:||New Line Cinema|
|Producers||:||Robert Shaye, Sara Risher, John Waters, Vincent Peranio, Mary Colquhoun, Rachel Talalay, Pat Moran, Pat Moran, Stanley F. Buchthal, Robert Maier, Rick Strodel|
'Pleasantly Plump' teenager Tracy Turnblad achieves her dream of becoming a regular on the Corny Collins Dance Show. Now a teen hero, she starts using her fame to speak out for the causes she believes in, most of all integration. In doing so, she earns the wrath of the show's former star, Amber Von Tussle, as well as Amber's manipulative, pro-segregation parents. The rivalry comes to a head as Amber and Tracy vie for the title of Miss Auto Show 1963.