To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar

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Noxeema Jackson, Vida Boheme, and Chi Chi Rodriguez are gonna show America a thing or two about being fabulous. Dressed to kill, with their Dynel tresses tossing in the breeze behind them, these three stars of New York's drag-queen beauty pageant circuit have hit the open road in a 1967 Cadillac convertible. Destination: Hollywood. But the trio is in for a detour when the car breaks down in the tiny midwestern town of Snydersville, where drag queens are about as common as August snowstorms. Up to now Snydersville has been a lot more like a graveyard than a town. That's all about to change. The local citizenry is going to get an infusion of flash and glamour the likes of which it's never seen. During the course of one incredible weekend, eyes will be opened, broken hearts healed, and hair teased within an inch of its life.


  • Wesley Snipes
  • Patrick Swayze
  • John Leguizamo
  • Stockard Channing
  • Blythe Danner
  • Arliss Howard
  • Jason London
  • Chris Penn
  • Melinda Dillon
  • Beth Grant

Did You Know?


  • According to John Leguizamo in his autobiography, his frequent improvisation angered Patrick Swayze so much, that Swayze tried to punch him in the face.
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  • Near the end of the movie, Carol Ann is saying goodbye to Vida and Carol Ann's hair is in a ponytail. In the next shot, her hair is loose in the back and not a ponytail.
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    • Vida Boheme: Your approval is not needed.
    • Noxeema Jackson: Approval neither desired nor required.
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OK, it's a formula picture, but the ingredients are lively and combined with style by director Beeban Kidron.

Metacritic review by Gene Siskel
Gene Siskel
Chicago Tribune

A mix of drag comedy and inspirational road movie, Wong Foo is surprisingly, sometimes exhilaratingly good. [10 Sep 1995, p.4C]

Metacritic review by Michael Wilmington
Michael Wilmington
Chicago Tribune

Wong Foo is pure fantasy and sets up the cross-dressers as avenging spirits of fun, frolic and frisky style. Like samurai cleans ing a village of its criminal scum, they transform Snydersville from a drab, dusty whistle stop to a wonderland of wigs, sidewalk cafes and spontaneous dance parties.

Metacritic review by Edward Guthmann
Edward Guthmann
San Francisco Chronicle