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Mondo Trasho

A 1969 film directed by John Waters

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John Waters feature length directorial debut!

  • Jul 29, 2009
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John Waters feature length film debut is a schlocky montage of crazy events following Mary Vivian Pearce (The Bombshell) and Divine (in two roles) as they travel throughout the gutters and alleyways of "Charm City" Baltimore. I can't do this film justice by trying to describe the events that transpire. This movie has to be seen to be believed. There's little dialog and most of the soundtrack is a collage of 50's and 60's pop music. I wonder if Mr. Waters received permission from the performers for use in this film?
The extreme weirdness of this movie makes this a must watch.  I highly doubt this one will ever see the light of day on DVD but it's out their.  Track down a copy and check it out!


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Mondo Trasho was the feature length directorial debut of John Waters.
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Director: John Waters
Genre: Comedy
Release Date: 1969
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Screen Writer: John Waters
Runtime: 95 minutes
Studio: Dreamland Studios
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