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Don't Ask Don't Tell Details


Writer [[Performer~P359062~Tex Hauser~texhauser]] and director [[Performer~P359061~Doug Miles~dougmiles]] are the team behind the comedy spoof Don't Ask Don't Tell, a re-dubbed parody using footage from the science fiction B-movie [[Feature~V27317~Killers From Space~killersfromspace]]. The original film was directed by [[Performer~P116779~W. Lee Wilder~wleewilder]] in 1954, starring [[Performer~P28319~Peter Graves~petergraves]] as a scientist monitoring atomic tests. Director [[Performer~P359061~Miles~dougmiles]] has replaced the soundtrack with campy dialogue and added a few new scenes to make the film about a group of aliens who want to turn the whole world gay. In this version, [[Performer~P28319~Graves~petergraves]] (with the voice of [[Performer~P380321~Erik Frandsen~erikfrandsen]]) is portrayed as a Dr. Fartin, a scientist involved in a conspiracy to get rid of gay people in the military. When he crash-lands in Texas, the aliens abduct him and take him back to their home base. Revived by the alien operations, the doctor becomes a homosexual agent of the aliens' covert plans. Lloyd Floyd and Rosa Rugosa provide raunchy dialogue for original '50s co-stars [[Performer~P64244~James Seay~jamesseay]] and [[Performer~P5961~Barbara Bestar~barbarabestar]]. The 2002 footage features characters like [[Performer~P123759~J. Edgar Hoover~jedgarhoover]] in drag ([[Performer~P157792~Steve Lippe~stevelippe]]) and Police Chief Mussolino (Floyd) in various sexual situations. Don't Ask Don't Tell had an extremely limited theatrical release before debuting on home video. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi


Rosa Rugosa
Steve Lippe
as J. Edgar Hoover
Michael McCurry
Lloyd Floyd
as Police Chief Mussolino
Erik Frandsen
as Dr. Fartin


Doug Miles
Tex Hauser