Billy's Blowjobs - Director's Cut

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About Michael Hyman

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In Production

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Lost and Found Series

Life with Jeem

Out Of Character Presents, as it’s first installment of its “Lost And Found” series, “Life With Jeem” which was a cult local cable TV show in New York City during the early 1990’s and is the story of a relationship between a gay man and the top half of a female Macy’s mannequin.  Written and performed by Jimmy O’Neil, who passed away from AIDS in the mid 1990’s, this episode, number 12, known as the “addiction episode” is the only known episode to still exist from the series and was discovered in a storage unit in Bakersfield California.

“Creepy”.

– Michael Musto

Podcast

“John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidth” Podcast

John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidth is a podcast filled with “notes” from a gay man whose real identity is unknown other than the name he gives himself “John Jacob Jinglhiemer Schmitt“ recorded with his iPhone which begins with his early withdrawal of crystal meth AKA “tina” to his pondering on a new form of recovery which he referred to as “uncovery” to wondering why strangers kept knocking on his front door, as well as his dedication for his dear friend who was living in his building who he claimed to be the 140-year-old widow of Baseball great Satchel Paige, to the value of Frosted Flakes in very early withdrawal to his struggles with trying to write a screenplay he was hired to write by an old friend, the last chance to resume his once brilliant writing career.

  • Track 1: A Good Day in Los Angeles
  • Track 2: A Holiday Feast for the Eyes
  • Track 3: Visuals at LACMA
  • Track 4: Art and Art Lovers
  • Track 5: Golden Globes Results: A Reaction
  • Track 6: Getting Ready for the Oscars
  • Track 7: Movie Classics of the 60s 
  • Track 8: Comedies of the 80s
  • Track 9: Photographs of Herb Ritts Found 
  • Track 10: The Relevance and Impact of Spielberg
  • Track 11: Beauty and The Beast and other Disney Classics
  • Track 12: How to Make an Indie Film
  • Track 13: Lost in Translation
  • Track 14: Billy’s Blowjob, a Behind The Scenes Look
  • Track 15: Portraits, Landscape, Product Photography as Art

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