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DREAMLAND FANS

The latest fan is
Heather Jones

The whole gang:

Aili Alechnowicz
Alana Miller
Babs Johnson
Billy Franklinstine
Blondie Nation
Brooke Garr
Chakatreatment
Chie Kato

Chris Hilbert
Chris Wilembrecht
Curt Marcucci
Daniel Diamond
David Robert Crews
David Gouny
David Heulun Jones
David McNeil
David Robert Crews
Davide Scovazzo
Della Deluxe!
Devileen
Duncan Craig
Erik Weber
Eugene Schroeder
Eve Severe
Gretchen and Kevin
Grizelda
Guy Mazzaglia
Heather Jones
Hex and Dze
Hioni
Jackie Divine
Jacopo Coccia
Jim Hollenbaugh
Joanna Satana
Jeff Smith
Jerry Kochendoerfer
Jimmy Pio
Josh West
Julie Taylor
Kaleb Bronson
Karie Sprockethole
Kevin Johnson
LULU
Lurleen
Lynda L. Hinkle
Marko Sosic
Massimiliano d'Italia

Maxwell Drake

Michael Simmons
Mink Dagger
Mister OohLaLa
Orchidbau
Polyester
Polly [Esther] Styrene
Poshgrrrl
Rinaldo
Robert Geise
Sebastian
Shaboobie Boobarella
Simply Divine
Sky Rockford
Tom Korzeniowski
Trevor Robinson
Uvula Dangles
Vanamal Lucifer
Yakov Levi
Yong Kim
Zero Renton Prefect

How do I become
a Dreamland Fan?

Please welcome Guy Mazzaglia...

"After witnessing the grumpy-eating scene in Pink Flamingos on video at a friend's back in 1983, and laughing so loud and hard that both me and my friend were thrown out of the house at 2:30 am, I decided I HAD to see any and all films I could get my hands on - ASAP! Who the @*%! were these people?! What kind of warped (and wonderful) mind, besides mine, could be putting on screen the kinds of images I had been envisioning all my life?

John became an instant idol and has been ever since. Divine started his club act right about the same time and came to a local club to perform his disco tunes. Again, I was awestruck and Divine, too, became an obsession.

At "An evening With John Waters", a lecture in May of 95 at Atlanta's Fox Theater, I was enjoying seeing John live, listening to his anecdotes and awesome one-liners. Because I never was handed a questionaire card for John at the door, I didn't get a chance to pose a question to him. But at the end of answering his questions, he uttered that he had time to answer one more question.

I jumped up like a freaking moron and yelled "YO, RIGHT HERE!", like some horny biker at an all-you-can-grab titty bar! Anyway, I got his attention. All I could think of was if he was planning to use Kim McGuire (Hatchetface from Crybaby) again in future films, because I loved her bizarre face. John said, "Well, for Christ's sake, she's not actually THAT ugly!". The tone in his voice was really funny, and the whole theater erupted in laughter. I have to say, having him looking directly at me for the next minute or so while he explained to the audience who Kim was and expound on it, was one of the most unexpectedly big moments in my life. I'll never forget that evening.

I also got into a shove match with some overzealous John Waters fan at Colony Records in Times Square in NYC in '92 over whether it was he or I that saw a JW autograph for sale first. He shoved me first, I swear, Mommie! I ended up getting the autographed photo. He's the King of Everything, in my book. Worth the money, worth the shove match, and well worth my time, any time! There will probably never be another team like Divine/John Waters. I am working on a scrapbook for all things related to John, Divine, and his movies and I want to call it Life In Dreamland." Make sure you check out Guy's site, Troubled Waters.