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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?

Tom Korzeniowski – Toupee or not toupee!

I worked but once in a John Waters film, thanks to Pat Moran.

I'd been working in Homicide - LOTS (once as a principal, the rest as a regular Squad Room detective). They needed an opening gag for "Pecker." Pat remembered that I usually wore a hairpiece for my Squad Room work, necessitated after appearing au naturale as an aging, shabby hippy proprietor in a literary cafe (Homicide episode #47 - "Heartbeat.")

Pat thought people would remember me in that role, which would preempt any future work in the series. I lopped off my hair, put on a business suit, glasses and hairpiece and lo! - Pat couldn't recognize me when I knocked on her office door the next day. "Okay," she said. "You can work." Music to my ears as a starving wanna-be thespian.

Thus, when Pecker beckoned, I (along with the toupee) was ready. John Waters was a delight -- a terrific director! We shot the gag as a bus with Pecker aboard pulls up to a stop where I was waiting. Just then, a hip-hop kid dashes up, snatches the piece from my balding scalp, and Pecker snaps the shot.

I was further gratified to see the BW still grace the lunchroom exhibit a bit later in the film. "My hair! My bus! Help!!" Work should be such fun.

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