A mysterious boy living in the Houston Astrodome dreams of building himself a pair of wings in Brewster McCloud (1970), directed by Robert Altman (Telluride Film Festival honoree 1980).
The Stains (Diane Lane, Laura Dern, Marin Kantor) discover their cult following, The Looters (Ray Winstone, Paul Simonon, Steve Jones, Paul Cook) argue and Lawnboy (Barry Ford) goes rasta in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, 1982.
John Fee Waybill of The Tubes (as Lou Corpse) taunts rival English punk rocker Billy (Ray Winstone) on the tour bus in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, 1982.
Bud Cort (title character) is the driver for the 120-year-old flying ace Abraham Wright (Stacy Keach Jr.), scurrying around collecting rent from his chain of Houston nursing homes, in Robert Altman's Brewster McCloud, 1970.
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Jay Leno, Bill Maher, Peter Coyote, Cheech Marin, and others come to the defense of popular comedian Tommy Chong when he became the target of a federal prosecution under the Bush administration for selling bongs over the Internet.
a/k/a Tommy Chong chronicles the entrapment and incarceration of comedy icon Tommy Chong of the legendary comedy duo, Cheech and Chong. Josh Gilbert takes on the event in his documentary, and offers a sometimes frightening, often hilarious account of Operation Pipe Dreams, a nationwide drug paraphernalia sting spearheaded by a federal prosecutor named Mary Beth Buchanan, appointed by George Bush three short days after the attacks of 9/11. After fully armed SWAT teams raided the comedian's home and his business, Chong Glass, Chong was sentenced to 9 months in federal prison for "conspiracy to manufacture and distribute drug paraphernalia through his family business, specializing in handmade glass water pipes, or "bongs". The film provides a charming portrait of a counter culture icon set against the backdrop of a War on Drugs gone horribly awry.
A film depicting comedy legend Tommy Chong, of Cheech and Chong, and his headline-making legal problems with The Department of Justice.
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