Hag in a Black Leather Jacket
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|Hag in a Black Leather Jacket|
|Directed by||John Waters|
|Produced by||John Waters|
|Written by||John Waters|
Mary Vivian Pearce
|Music by||John Waters|
|Edited by||John Waters|
A black man and a white girl (Mona Montgomery) are wed on a rooftop. He courts her by carrying her around in a trash can and chooses a Ku Klux Klansman to perform the wedding. The wedding guests are played by people dressed in early pop-influenced costumes such as American flags and tinfoil. Mary Vivian Pearce does a dance known as the Bodie Green.
Production and availability
- It was a "no budget film" that cost $30 to make and runs 17 minutes.
- In 2004-05, it was seen as part of Waters' traveling photography exhibit, John Waters: Change of Life.
- In September 2014, it was shown, along with his other short films, as part of the "Fifty Years of John Waters" retrospective at the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York City.
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