Tag Archives: Michael Greer

Sal Mineo/Don Johnson Play Thought Lost Is Found

Sal Mineo (1939-1976) experienced a meteoric rise in the film world thanks to Rebel Without a Cause (1955), but one of his latter-day passion projects was the 1967 stage play Fortune and Men's Eyes by John Herbert (1926-2001). Men's thighs The play, about a newbie in a prison, is rife with queer themes and was…
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Remembering Gay Trailblazer Michael Greer

Actor Michael Greer was known for his stand-up comedy, especially his famous "Mona Lisa" routine, where he would play the famous subject while holding a frame around himself. Comedy gold. https://youtu.be/gaSvb_a6BxA But he was even more famous for playing two flamboyantly gay characters — Malcolm in The Gay Deceivers (1969) and Queenie in Fortune and Men's…
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