Armistead Maupin's further tales of the city. Showtime/Two Left Shoes Films present in association with WTTV an d EÞuipe Spectra ; a BBR production ; screenplay by Armistead Maupin and James Lesesne ; directed by Pierre Gang.

By: Dukakis, OlympiaContributor(s): Linney, Laura | Garrick, Barbara | Burroughs, Jackie | Campbell, William | Grey, Joel | Place, Mary Kay | Two Left Shoes Films (Firm) | Productions Bleu, Blanc, Rouge, Inc | EÞuipe Spectra (Firm)Material type: TextTextPublication details: [s.l.] Showtime 2002 Description: 2 videotape s ( 180 min.) sd., col. 3/4 inSubject(s): City and town life | Video recordings for the hearing impairedLOC classification: VidAbstract: In the middle of the hippest city in America, the wild residents of 28 Barbary Lane are living the San Francisco high life to the fullest.
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Vid 1 Available 177151

DVD.

Closed captioned.

Olympia Dukakis, Laura Linney, Barbara Garrick, Jackie Burroughs, Billy Campbe ll, Bruce McCulloch, Joel Grey, Mary Kay Place, Whip Hubley, Henry Czerny, Park er Posey, Paul Hopkins.

Music composed by Richard Gregoire.

With the participation of QueÞec Film and Television Tax Credit and The Canadi an Film or Video Production Tax Credit.

Based on the novel Further tales of the city by Armistead Maupin.

Originally produced as a motion picture in 2001.

In the middle of the hippest city in America, the wild residents of 28 Barbary Lane are living the San Francisco high life to the fullest.

In the middle of the hippest city in America, the wild residents of 28 Barbary Lane are living the San Francisco high life to the fullest.

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