Gaydar (film)

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Gaydar
Gaydar2002.jpg
Gaydar film poster
Directed by Larry LaFond
Produced by
  • Camela Coggins
  • Bobby Gibis
  • Larry LaFond
  • Mark Mervis
  • Terry Ray
Terry Ray
Written by
  • Larry LaFond
  • Terry Ray
Starring
Music by John Boswell
Cinematography Mark Mervis
Edited by Bobby Gibis
Release date
Running time
20 minutes
Country English
Language USA

Gaydar is a 2002 short comedy film directed by Larry LaFond, written by LaFond and by Terry Ray and Larry Lafond. The film stars Terry Ray, Bryan Dattilo (from Days of Our Lives), Jennifer Echols, and Jim J. Bullock, and also features Charles Nelson Reilly in his last movie appearance.

Production[edit]

Plot[edit]

Randy (Terry Ray) has a crush on a fellow office worker, Jack (Bryan Dattilo). Randy’s friend from the next booth over, Frankalina (Jennifer Echols) also has a big crush on Jack, but does not know whether he’s gay or straight. Randy comes across a "GAYDAR gun" at a yard sale put on by former partner of Maurice (Jim J. Bullock) which might just put an end to this mystery.

Cast[edit]

Reception[edit]

The film has "appeared in over 120 film festivals around the world and won numerous awards."[1]

Awards and nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Robinson, Charlotte (March 26, 2014). "Terry Ray Talks From Here on OUT, His New Gay Sitcom for Here TV". Huffington Post. Retrieved April 11, 2014. 

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