East Side Story Trailer

East Side Story Trailer (1988)

"A musical comedy. A New York story." 01 January 1988 Music 90 mins

This 1988 cult classic was an urban musical comedy set in the gritty gregarious barrio of The Bronx. Written by ERIC FLOYD, who also co-starred in it as the over-the-top madcap showman & choreographer; 'Razz (w/outrageous hair design by the incomparable styist to the stars on his 1st movie gig & star client, GERARD DURE')'; this film also holds the distinction of having been cast by ERIC FLOYD as well, who discovered & theatrically trained young yet still enduring Latin stars, most notably among them but not limited to the theatrical debut of Puerto Rican superstar, MARC ANTHONY. (from YouTube description)

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