Hunky Leathermen, a preacher that burns up the pulpit, and a sweet naive young man - who falls deliriously in love with an unrepentant criminal - set the town of Liberty Hill afire. This riotous vintage satire about a drag queen who lambastes the town evangelist is banned in dozens of countries for its irreverent depiction of a greedy religious leader with an arsonist's heart. Enjoy the quirky comedy of Liberty Hill and its oddball residents who have a firm grasp on their annual Cucumber Festival but not on their sanity.The story is told through the eyes of an innocent young man who sees it all and gets framed for everything. With a rocking soundtrack by Hedda Layne and musical stage shows performed by David LaDuca, Theft of the Drag Queen's Wig is a joyous campy romp through the early 2000s before drag was family-friendly.
Following the movie are two rarely seen videos: The comedic 'DVD menu page' monologue performed repeatedly by the evangelical preacher (Cynthia Schiebel) and the Director's personal documentary on making the film which includes behind-the-camera footage and candid shots of the cast and crew. These videos have never been streamed online and are not available from any other source.
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