Tagline: The world was in a mess... but their hair was perfect!!
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family, Music, Romance
Director: John Waters
Cast: Ricki Lake, Divine, Leslie Ann Powers, Debbie Harry, Sonny Bono, Ruth Brown, Jerry Stiller, Vitamin C, Michael St. Gerard, Clayton Prince, Mink Stole, Shawn Thompson, Ric Ocasek, Pia Zadora, Jo Ann Havrilla, Alan J. Wendl, Josh Charles, Jason Downs, Holter Graham, Dan Griffith, Regina Hammond, Bridget Kimsey, Frankie Maldon, Brooke Stacy Mills, John Orofino, Kim Webb, Debra Wirth, Dawn Hill, Cyrkle Milbourne, Doug Roberts, John Waters, Toussaint McCall, Lydia Troy, Verna Day, Kevin Joseph, Cory Tabachow, Marcy Brodsky, Donald Wheeler, Paul Zimmerman, Jennifer Johns, Brook Yeaton, Jeff Gardner, Jay Hillmer, Rhea Feikin, Coley Sohn, Susan Lowe, Rosemary Knower, Colleen Simon, Kathleen Wallace, Keith Pruitt, Al Granick, Robert Di Santo, Mollie Hall, Dorie Ellwood, Maggie Linton, Brenda Alford, Carolyn Walker, Mary Jefferson, Alfie Brown, Tipper Burton, Leo Rocca, Jim Parisi, Margo Tully, Matt Myers, Beverly Brigham, Wilbur Griffin, James Adam Tucker, David Samson, Robb Case, Joey Perillo, Mary Vivian Pearce, Mojo Gentry, Dale Guy Madison, Mark Murray-Mazwi, Christine Mason, Mmekutmfon Essien, Bill Lee Brown, Fredella Calloway, Joseph Eubanks, Angel Harper, Cornell Hills, Gorham Scott, Darrell Taylor, Peter Koper, Kevin Murray, George Stover, Buddy Deane, Michael Willis, Chuck Yeaton, Rick Anderson, Harold Anthony, Milton Clark Jr., Harold A. Cornish, Bernice Moore, June Thorne, Scheryll Anderson, Cheryl Andrews, Sonja Bonair, Sylvia Byrd-Leitner, Charlie Hawke, Rudy Jones, William Rose, Miriam Kiss, Patrick Mitchell, Jim Lyons, Frederick Strother, Christopher Golley, Mary Lou Barber, Jacole Fletcher, Brad Baker, John Carhart III, Scott Coblio, Jean Crispens, Vincent De Paul, Lisa M. DeHaven, Christopher Eaves, Lewis Erskine, Stephanie Mazzeo, Jeff Vespa, Stephen Wozniak
Runtime: 92Plot: 'Pleasantly Plump' teenager Tracy Turnblad achieves her dream of becoming a regular on the Corny Collins Dance Show. Now a teen hero, she starts using her fame to speak out for the causes she believes in, most of all integration. In doing so, she earns the wrath of the show's former star, Amber Von Tussle, as well as Amber's manipulative, pro-segregation parents. The rivalry comes to a head as Amber and Tracy vie for the title of Miss Auto Show 1963.