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Emperor's Charity Dinner/Number's Show

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the Emperor's Dinner, sponsored by the Dogwood Monarchist Society at Doll and Penny's Cafe. The event was a fundraiser for the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation. After the dinner, the audience and performers moved to Numbers Cabaret.

Contents index:
Doll and Penny's Cafe -
(00:00) Interior of Doll and Penny's Cafe
(05:00) Head table introduced
(06:30) Ms. Adrian (MC) - song

(10:15) Venus de Mylar - song
(15:45) Beverley X - song
(18:00) Dana Lee Phillips - song
(21:05) Tara Nova - song
(26:55) Millie - song
(32:15) Diana Rose - song
(38:10) Wanda Fuca - song
(44:10) Doug Hall

Numbers Cabaret -
(58:05) Myria - song
(1:00:30) Millie - song
(1:03:40) Beverley X - song
(1:06:20) Venus de Mylar - song
(1:12:05) Ineda Drink - song
(1:17:25) Rebecca - song
(1:21:25) Wanda Fuca - song
(1:25:10) Paige Turner - song
(1:29:10) Judy Jive - song
(1:33:20) Tara Nova - song
(1:39:05) Diana Rose - song
(1:46:00) Doug Hall - song

Faces : GLBT in Vancouver

Item is a videocassette containing a documentary entitled 'Faces: GLBT in Vancouver.' The documentary traces the history of LGBTQ life in Vancouver and shows demonstrations, businesses, legal frameworks, community leaders, night life, AIDS/HIV, activism, neighbourhoods and celebrations. The video contains interviews and archival footage of Bill Richardson, Margo Dunn, Ellen Woodsworth, Esther Phillips, Jamie Lee Hamilton, Rob Joyce, Don Hann, Maurice Flood, Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Sarah Davidson, Mary-Woo Sims, Heather Kitching, Jim Deva, Svend Robinson, Tim Stevenson, Ted Northe, Gordon Price, Janine Fuller, Gareth Kirby, Angus Praught, Dennis Dahl, Garry Penny, Jane Rule, Nym Hughes, Libby Davies. The archival footage in the film was provided by the CBC. The documentary was produced, directed and edited by Thomas Donovan.

Gay Pride Parade 1997

Item is a videocassette containing clips from the Rogers Community Television coverage of the 1997 Vancouver Pride Parade interspersed with additional footage (most likely recorded by Jim DeYoung/Amazing Video Productions) of both the parade and the Gay Pride Sports Picnic. The hosts of the Rogers Community Television program are Sister C, Russel Baskin and Doug Austin. Other individuals featured include Svend Robinson, Hedy Fry, Tim Stevenson, Bruce Chambers, Philip Owen, and Ujjal Dosanjh. Parade participants are shown, organizations and individuals including: PFLAG, Vancouver Lesbian Connection, Prime Timers, Vancouver Men's Chorus, BC Persons With AIDS, AIDS Vancouver, Joan E, Odyssey Nightclub, BC Government and Service Employees Union, Royal Hotel (Sam Castlanger), A Loving Spoonful, Doll and Penny's Cafe, Westender, Buddhist Pride, Co-op Radio Lesbian Show, Out on Screen and the Vancouver Gay and Lesbian Choir.

Gay Spirit

Part is a recording showing the documentary 'Gay Spirit' by Barbara Anderson and Brad Newcombe. The documentary explores experiences and expressions of religion and impacts on the LGBTQ2+ community and includes interviews with the following people: Dr. Martin Brokenleg, Brent, Naomi, Hussein, Chris, Bridget, Rick, Father William Mendenhall, Rabai Ken Kaufman, Frank McMillar, and al-Qamar.

Gay Spirit in the Family

Item is a videocassette containing the documentary "Gay Spirit in the Family" by Barbara Anderson and Brad Newcombe. The film is narrated by Helen Shaver and aired on VTV (Vancouver Television). The documentary explores various ideas about family structures and interviews individuals about their families and beliefs around parenting including members of the Coalition for the Protection of Parental Rights. The video contains interviews with Dr. Arlene McLaren, Keith G., Gary, June, Susan, Lindsay, Fatma Taha, Erma Victorisz, Sylvia Murray, Jan, Grant Gobman, Art Zoccole, Surrinder Varpaul, Donna Wilson, Laura M., James, Keith S. and Jules. The recording includes commercial breaks and ends abruptly during one of the interviews.

Homo for the holidays III : Christmas in the tropics

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the Rainy City Gay Men's Chorus production of Christmas in the Tropics. Video opens with a title card with the text "Amazing Video Productions, Vancouver, B.C., and Jim DeYoung wish to thank Heather Harding and the Rainy City Gay Men's Chorus for the opportunity to video and present this to show you all." The video then pans over the event poster before the recording of the show begins. The show also includes songs performed by the Vancouver Women's Chorus.

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