Tricia's Wedding

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Jan 01, 2023

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About the film

The world-famous Cockettes enact Tricia Nixon's wedding to Edward Cox on June 11, 1971. Hurtme O. Hurtme, television correspondent, covers the wedding and interviews celebrities in attendance such as Golda Meir, Indira Gandhi, Jacqueline Onassis, Queen Elizabeth, and Elizabeth Taylor. Coretta King sings. During the reception, Eartha Kitt puts LSD in the punch. All hell breaks loose. This film is not available for screenings in the Los Angeles area until August 1st 2022

Genre

Documentary

Runtime

0h 30m

Released

1971

Director

Sebastian

Producer

Mark L. Lester

Cast

Goldie Glitters, Richard Koldewyn

Awards & recognition

Frameline: San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival

1985

Frameline: San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival

2002

Frameline: San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival

2021

What people are saying

“Hilarious, shocking, and decades ahead of its time, Tricia’s Wedding is a mini-masterpiece of political theatre that brings together guerrilla drag, performance art, the burgeoning queer aesthetic of practitioners like John Waters and Charles Ludlam, and demolishes them all in the process.”

David Serlin, Communication and Science Studies, Critical Gender Studies, University of California at San Diego

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