Torch Song Trilogy (1988) - (Movie Clip) Lucky For Me
Just after a performance at a New York gay nightclub, Arnold (Harvey Fierstein, in his own adaptation of his multiple Tony Award-winning play) meets Ed (Brian Kerwin), early in Torch Song Trilogy, 1988.
Torch Song Trilogy (1988) -- (Original Trailer)
Original trailer for Brooklyn actor and playwright Harvey Fiersteins movie version of his 1983 Tony award-winning three-part Broadway play, Torch Song Trilogy, 1988, starring Fierstein, Matthew Broderick and Anne Bancroft.
Torch Song Trilogy (1988) -- (Movie Clip) Love For Sale
Beginning the second segment of his original autobiographical Broadway play, Harvey Fierstein as drag queen Arnold tears into a version of the Cole Porter standard, a friend (Bob Minor) intervening when customers led by Matthew Broderick as Alan get out of line, in Torch Song Trilogy, 1988.
Torch Song Trilogy (1988) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Shake, It's Cookies
Hoping boyfriend Ed will arrive, disappointed when its only mom (Anne Bancroft), Harvey Fierstein, directed by Paul Bogart in his film adaptation of his Broadway show, as gay drag performer Arnold, getting through his birthday, in Torch Song Trilogy, 1988.
Torch Song Trilogy (1988) -- (Movie Clip) I've Never Been Young And Beautiful
A prologue with Anne Bancroft as the mom, then writing and starring in his adaptation of his substantially autobiographical Off then On-Broadway hit, Harvey Fierstein, his character called Arnold Beckhoff, introduces himself, in Torch Song Trilogy, 1988, also starring Matthew Broderick and Brian Kerwin.