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Cry-Baby (1990)
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Director:John Waters Producer:Rachel Talalay Written by:John Waters Music:Patrick Williams Cinematography:David Insley Edited:Janice Hampton  Running time:85 minutes Country:United States Language:English Genre:Comedy, Musical, Romance  

Subtitle:English/   Starring:Johnny Depp as Wade "Cry-Baby" Walker, James Intveld as Cry-Baby''s singing voice,

Amy Locane as Allison Vernon-Williams, Rachel Sweet as Allison''s singing voice, Polly Bergen as Mrs. Vernon-Williams,

Susan Tyrrell as Ramona Rickettes, Iggy Pop as Belvedere Rickettes, Ricki Lake as Pepper Walker, Traci Lords as Wanda Woodward,
Kim McGuire as Mona "Hatchet-Face" Malnorowski, Darren E. Burrows as Milton Hackett, Kim Webb as Lenora Frigid,

Stephen Mailer as Baldwin, Alan J. Wendl as Toe-Joe Jackson, Jonathan Benya as Snare-Drum, Jessica Raskin as Susie Q,
Troy Donahue as Mr. Malnorowski, Mink Stole as Mrs. Malnorowski, Joe Dallesandro as Mr. Hackett,

Joey Heatherton as Mrs. Hackett, David Nelson as Mr. Woodward, Patricia Hearst as Mrs. Woodward,

Robert Tyree as Dupree, Robert Walsh as JudgeWillem Dafoe as Hateful guard

 

Storyline:
Allison is a "square" good girl who has decided she wants to be bad and falls hard for Cry-Baby Walker, a Greaser (or "Drape" in John Waters parlance). Spoofing Elvis movies and Juvenile Delinquency scare films of the ''50s, this movie follows the adventures of Cry-Baby who, though he is sent to juvie, is determined to cross class (and taste) boundaries to get Allison back.

Cry-Baby is a 1990 American teen musical romantic comedy film written and directed by John Waters. It was the only film of Waters'' over which studios were in a bidding war, coming off the heels of the successful Hairspray. The film stars Johnny Depp as 1950s teen rebel "Cry-Baby" Wade Walker, and also features a large ensemble cast that includes Amy Locane, Polly Bergen, Susan Tyrrell, Iggy Pop, Ricki Lake, and Traci Lords, with appearances by Troy Donahue, Joe Dallesandro, Joey Heatherton, David Nelson, Willem Dafoe, and Patricia Hearst.

The story centers on a group of delinquents who refer to themselves as "drapes" and their interaction with the rest of the town and its other subculture, the "squares", in 1950s Baltimore, Maryland. "Cry-Baby" Walker, a drape, and Allison, a square, create upheaval and turmoil in their little town of Baltimore by breaking the subculture taboos and falling in love. The film shows what the young couple has to overcome to be together and how their actions affect the rest of the town.

Part of the film takes place at the now-closed Enchanted Forest amusement park in Ellicott City, Maryland. Others take place in the historic towns of Hampden, Baltimore City, Reisterstown, Jessup, Milford Mill, and Sykesville, Maryland.

The film did not achieve high audience numbers in its initial release, but has subsequently become a cult classic and spawned a Broadway musical of the same name which was nominated for four Tony Awards.


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