Thursday, July 30, 2015

Treasure Hunt

Frequent on-screen femulator John Ritter
in a 1977 episode of The Love Boat.
Writing this blog is not all there is to writing this blog.

Daily, I search the usual suspect websites for new trans-related stuff that I can use here. That search includes looking for new images to fill the Femulator slot down below.

New femulation images are plentiful. Seems like every guy in the world who has a craving to be girly is giving into those urges and dressing en femme. And they take selfies of the event for posterity and post them on the Internet for little old me to grab.

Old femulation images are not so plentiful, but I do manage to find a new old nugget here and there.

What surprises me is uncovering old femulation images from the movies. By now, I thought I had unearthed every femulation that has ever been recorded on film, but then a new one shows up and I know my work is not done.

For example, today's Femulator image is one I found a few days ago. In this case, the femulator is actor Jack Haley, who is famous for playing the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz.

I don't know about you, but I always found Mr. Haley to look and act effeminate (not that there is anything wrong with that) and I am a little surprised that there are not more occasions en film of Mr. Haley en femme.

Which brings up another thought... What's up with males who appear frequently in roles en femme?

My take is that they are femulators off the screen, too. I know if I was in that spot, I would accept every role that allowed me to be dressed up and made up by the best talent Hollywood. But that's just me.

Source: Brahmin
Wearing Brahmin.

Jack Haley
Actor Jack Haley (right) femulating on film in George White's Scandals of 1945


  1. adam sandler comes to mind.. he does drag a LOT. I don't know if it's just him being silly, or if there's a side to him. I mean Jack & Jill, come on.

  2. Given the chance I wouldn't turn it down ~ but then again I no longer qualify.

  3. I have seen this movie twice, on VHS and on DVD, and this scene is not in it, despite the fact that both Jack Haley and Joan Davis are in the movie. I am dying to see this scene. I wish someone would solve this mystery for me and tell me where this scene is.