History Film / Hairspray

21st Aug '16 11:47:03 PM Mikeyfan93
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* AlliterativeName: loads: Tracy Turnblad, Penny and Prudy Pingleton, Velma Von Tussle, Corny Collins, Link Larkin, Motormouth Maybelle, Seaweed J. Stubbs.

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* AlliterativeName: loads: Tracy Turnblad, Penny and Prudy Pingleton, Velma Von Tussle, Corny Collins, Link Larkin, Motormouth Maybelle, Seaweed J. Stubbs.



* HeelFaceTurn: Amber and Velma in the musical; just Amber seems to get one in the film (walking out on her mother and getting along with a black dancer), even after the HumiliationConga. Also, the rest of the Corney Collins Show council in all versions.

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* HeelFaceTurn: Amber and Velma in the musical; just Amber seems to get one in the film (walking out on her mother and getting along with a black dancer), even after the HumiliationConga. Also, the rest of the Corney Corny Collins Show council in all versions.
19th Aug '16 9:22:25 PM arnoldmcguire335
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--> '''Link:''' [[ThatCameOutWrong ...oh, God]]. Nonono, that's not what I-

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--> '''Link:''' [[ThatCameOutWrong ...oh, God]]. Nonono, God]], nonono, that's not what I-



--> '''Tracy:''' Bye.

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--> '''Tracy:''' Bye.(trying to hold back her tears) It's fine... *Leaves link behind*
21st Jul '16 8:31:53 PM Mikeyfan93
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* CreatorCameo: John Waters, director of the 1988 film, appears as a flasher, and director Adam Shankman, composer/lyricist Mark Shaiman and co-composer/lyricist Scott Wittman play talent agents. The associate choreographers also make appearances.

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* CreatorCameo: John Waters, director of the 1988 film, appears as a flasher, flasher during "Good Morning Baltimore", and director Adam Shankman, composer/lyricist Mark Shaiman and co-composer/lyricist Scott Wittman play talent agents. The associate choreographers also make appearances.
20th Jul '16 12:39:15 PM dsneybuf
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* CostumePorn


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3rd Jul '16 10:35:07 PM IJVin
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* WaxingLyrical:
-->'''Edna:''' [[Creator/BobDylan It's the times, Wilbur. They're a-changin'. Something's blowin' in the wind.]]
1st Jul '16 7:37:24 PM lorgskyegon
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* CovertPervert: While Amber is introducing "The Roach", Arvin Hodgepile is quite blatantly staring down the top of her dress.
1st Jul '16 7:21:31 PM lorgskyegon
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** Link is also a pet form of Lincoln, like rock legend Link Wray. You can thank him for the power chord.
14th Jun '16 3:25:00 AM JamesSwann
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* GenerationXerox: It's implied, by the ending, that Tracy and Link will be the future version of Tracy's parents; Tracy as the big woman and Link as the skinny guy.



* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: ''Corny? Link?? Seaweed???''

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* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: ''Corny? Link?? Seaweed???''Seaweed???'' Corny, however, might be short for Cornelius, making it less bad.
7th Jun '16 3:28:10 PM dsneybuf
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NBC will be airing a live performance in December 2016, in its fourth annual live musical event. It contains some "firsts" for NBC musicals, such as their first to air on a Wednesday instead of a Thursday, their first performed with a live studio audience, and their first recorded partially outdoors. (Except for the timeslot, all of this follows the lead of Fox's ''Film/{{Grease}}'' production, which this special shares a live television director with). Marcie Baillio will play Tracy, while Broadway's original Edna, Harvey Fierstein, will reprise his role, and write the teleplay (a responsibility he previously assumed for NBC's ''Theatre/TheWiz'' telecast).

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NBC will be airing a live performance in December 2016, in its fourth annual live musical event. It contains some "firsts" for NBC musicals, such as their first to air on a Wednesday instead of a Thursday, their first performed with a live studio audience, and their first recorded partially outdoors. (Except for the timeslot, all of this follows the lead of Fox's ''Film/{{Grease}}'' production, which this special shares a live television director with). Marcie Maddie Baillio will play Tracy, while Broadway's original Edna, Harvey Fierstein, will reprise his role, and write the teleplay (a responsibility he previously assumed for NBC's ''Theatre/TheWiz'' telecast).
7th Jun '16 3:27:41 PM dsneybuf
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NBC will be airing a live performance in December 2016, in its fourth annual live musical event. It contains some "firsts" for NBC musicals, such as their first to air on a Wednesday instead of a Thursday, their first performed with a live studio audience, and their first recorded partially outdoors. (Except for the timeslot, all of this follows the lead of Fox's ''Film/{{Grease}}'' production, which this special shares a live television director with). Broadway's original Edna, Harvey Fierstein, will reprise his role, and write the teleplay (a responsibility he previously assumed for NBC's ''Theatre/TheWiz'' telecast).

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NBC will be airing a live performance in December 2016, in its fourth annual live musical event. It contains some "firsts" for NBC musicals, such as their first to air on a Wednesday instead of a Thursday, their first performed with a live studio audience, and their first recorded partially outdoors. (Except for the timeslot, all of this follows the lead of Fox's ''Film/{{Grease}}'' production, which this special shares a live television director with). Marcie Baillio will play Tracy, while Broadway's original Edna, Harvey Fierstein, will reprise his role, and write the teleplay (a responsibility he previously assumed for NBC's ''Theatre/TheWiz'' telecast).
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