Kids in the Hall

The Kids in the Hall When they donned the dress: “The Kids in the Hall” (1988-94) Why they did it: The Kids were a group of five guys from Toronto, and while they occasionally employed female actors to act in their skits, any meaty female role went to one of the kids themselves. Convincing: We would have bought Dave Foley as a French Canadian hooker even in the light of day. Costume feasibility: Theoretically doable. It was just wigs, makeup, fake breasts and dresses, but it was the personality the Kids gave their women that made them so believable.
E. Tofflemire
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