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July 30, 1995 | Patrick Pacheco, Patrick Pacheco is an occasional contributor to Calendar. and
Very early in the new movie "Jeffrey," which Paul Rudnick adapted from his recent Off Broadway hit, two men kiss passionately. Then the camera immediately angles in on two young couples sitting in a theater watching a movie, presumably "Jeffrey." The guys say, "Gross! Yeew! Puke! Two dudes kissing!" Their female dates sigh romantically. When it comes to gay sexuality on screen, a kiss is not just a kiss, a sigh is not just a sigh.
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July 30, 1995 | Patrick Pacheco, Patrick Pacheco is an occasional contributor to Calendar. and
Very early in the new movie "Jeffrey," which Paul Rudnick adapted from his recent Off Broadway hit, two men kiss passionately. Then the camera immediately angles in on two young couples sitting in a theater watching a movie, presumably "Jeffrey." The guys say, "Gross! Yeew! Puke! Two dudes kissing!" Their female dates sigh romantically. When it comes to gay sexuality on screen, a kiss is not just a kiss, a sigh is not just a sigh.
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March 22, 1998 | JAMES BATES, James Bates covers Hollywood for The Times' business section. He last wrote for the magazine about Edgar Bronfman Jr
In the summer of 1978, in such Hollywood haunts of the day as Le Dome, Ma Maison and Imperial Gardens, a button appeared on lapels that read "Free the Baby Moguls." It was an inside joke, or as inside as jokes can be in Hollywood, which is to say a few thousand people probably got it. The reference was to six studio executives and one agent in their late 20s and early 30s profiled in an article, "The Baby Moguls," in New West magazine.
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