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the wild, and bizarre, Academy Award winning Ken Russell film.

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Publicity portrait of American actor Robert La Tourneaux (? - 1986) in the movie adaptation of Mart Crowley's play 'The Boys in the Band,' directed by William Friedkin, 1970.

Publicity portrait of American actor Robert La Tourneaux (? - in the movie adaptation of Mart Crowley's play 'The Boys in the Band,' directed by William Friedkin,

Publicity portrait of American actor Reuben Greene in the movie adaptation of Mart Crowley's play 'The Boys in the Band,' directed by William Friedkin, 1970.

Publicity portrait of American actor Reuben Greene in the movie adaptation of Mart Crowley's play 'The Boys in the Band,' directed by William Friedkin,

Mart Crowley (born August 21, 1935) is an American playwright. He met Natalie Wood on the set of her film Splendor in the Grass. She hired him as her assistant, primarily to give him ample free time to work on his gay-themed play The Boys in the Band, which opened off-Broadway on April 14, 1968 and enjoyed a run of 1001 performances. Crowley became part of Wood's inner circle. He was executive script editor and then producer of the ABC series Hart to Hart starring Wood's husband Robert…

Mart Crowley (born August 21, 1935) is an American playwright. He met Natalie Wood on the set of her film Splendor in the Grass. She hired him as her assistant, primarily to give him ample free time to work on his gay-themed play The Boys in the Band, which opened off-Broadway on April 14, 1968 and enjoyed a run of 1001 performances. Crowley became part of Wood's inner circle. He was executive script editor and then producer of the ABC series Hart to Hart starring Wood's husband Robert…

Boys in the Band

The Boys In The Band The highly quotable campy gay classic from the last days of the era before the Stonewall Riots. Michael (Kenneth Nelson) throws a birthday party for Harold (Leonard Frey) and invites their crowd of gay friends.