Directer:Paul BartelStudio: Anchor Bay Writter:Philip John TaylorRunning time:85 min Country:USA
Language:English Genre:Comedy, Western Subtitle:None Starring:Divine as Rosie Velez, Tab Hunter as Abel Wood,
Lainie Kazan as Marguerita Ventura, Cesar Romero as Father Garcia, Geoffrey Lewis as Hard Case Williams,
Henry Silva as Bernardo, Courtney Gains as Red Dick Barker, Gina Gallego as Ninfa, Nedra Volz as Big Ed,
Woody Strode as Blackman, Hard Case Gang, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez as Mexican, Hard Case Gang,
หนังตลกฮาแตก แนวคาวบอย ของนักแสดงแด็กควีนร่างท้วม Divine และนี่เป็นครังแรกที่ Divine เล่นหนังที่ไม่ได้กำกับโดย John Waters
Rosie Velez (Divine) vorrebbe diventare cantante di saloon, in questo western molto "particolare". Nel frattempo scopre di avere una mappa di tesoro disegnata per metà sul proprio.....deretano ! Si parte così alla ricerca dell''altra metà, fra avventure erotiche e violenze sessuali varie.
From the warped mind of gay director Paul Bartel is this uproariously vulgar comedy/spoof. Set in a gold-rush western town, the story revolves around a gold map, printed on the cheeks of floosies Divine and Lainie Kazan. Also featuring gay icon Tab Hunter.
User Reviews Fabulous and Divine
This is one of my all-time favorite Divine comedies. A true must for any western fan. And Tab Hunter is absolutely gorgeous! Loved the musical numbers, especially, my personal favorite, Lainie Kazan singing, "Let Me Take You South Of My Border." Definitely one of the best films Paul Bartel has directed. The actors obviously had a blast making this movie. I think its better than the team of Tab Hunter and Divine in Polyester. Shot on location in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Lust In the Dust is a satirical reminder of what westerns are supposed to be. I must have seen this film a dozen times and it never loses its magic. Check out the DVD Anniversary edition which has a great documentary on the making of the movie.
Lust in the Dust is a 1985 Western comedy film starring Divine, Tab Hunter, Cesar Romero, and Lainie Kazan, and directed by Paul Bartel. It takes its title from a longstanding nickname given to the 1946 Western Duel in the Sun. This was Divine''s first film with no connection to John Waters.