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Hixson, Walter L. New York: Routledge. Hoddeson, Lillian; Henriksen, Paul W. A Music War Location: California in Pennsylvania. Remember seeing this years ago at some backwater 5-plex that usually didn't run this kind of "advanced" material. Thought of it as for some reason Klaus Nomi popped into my head.
Unusual in any event as I've never owned anything of his but sincerely enjoyed the theatrics of his performance in the film. It was on vhs nearly two decades ago but haven't seen or heard a trace of it since. Any availability anywhere in the world?
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