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Old 09-10-2017, 07:36 PM   #1
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Default Why is there a man in drag in Aunt Bea the Crusader?

So I'm watching Aunt Bea the Crusader and I swear to God one of her lady friends is a man in drag. This person is the tallest in the ground (Even taller than Mr. Frisby and Andy) and has mannish facial features.

I don't know why they'd put someone in drag, particularly someone who's taller than the rest of the cast
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I saw one picture of the protestors. It's not a man in drag. It's a man in men's clothes standing with the women!

We're never told WHY this man is with the women but it seems likely he was either the husband or relative of one of the other protestors and knew he'd be in for it if he didn't go along with his wife/relative's notion.
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I sorta remembered her, but took another look. Just a tall lady. A Janet Reno type. She's between Bee and the lady yelling at Andy outside the courthouse.
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The tall person in the black hat?





These are the only photos I can find.
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The tall person in the black hat?





These are the only photos I can find.

Yes the tall person in the black hat.
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Hmm,
As best I can tell that it's supposed to be a tall man in men's clothes from the neck down but wearing an odd looking cap! Why they had him wear a hat that looked as though it could have been a woman's hat is puzzling, though.
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If you look early in the courthouse scene, she has leg showing below her coat, so she is very likely wearing a dress. I suspect they got a very tall woman because as Andy comes up, Aunt Bea hands her the sign. She holds it well up out of the way, but if she was short like the others the sign would directly in the shot, distracting attention from Andy and Aunt Bea talking.
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