Don't Ask Don't Tell [DVD] [English] [2002]
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Overview

Special Features

  • Scenes from the original "Killers From Space"
  • Questionable commentary by the director, writer, alien, and beer runner
  • A special alien music video
  • Music selections

Synopsis

Don't Ask Don't Tell
Writer Tex Hauser and director Doug Miles 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 Killers From Space. The original film was directed by W. Lee Wilder in 1954, starring Peter Graves as a scientist monitoring atomic tests. Director Miles 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, Graves (with the voice of Erik Frandsen) 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 James Seay and Barbara Bestar. The 2002 footage features characters like J. Edgar Hoover in drag (Steve Lippe) 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

Cast & Crew

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    Steve Lippe - J. Edgar Hoover
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    Michael McCurry
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