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Being Different 1981

Being Different 1981

The true story of a modern-day Elephant Man… and other human oddities.Aug. 21, 1981Canada, United States100 Min.
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Synopsis

A tribute to the spirit and humanity of people who are physically different from the average: very tall and very large men and women, a bearded woman and her long-time husband, Siamese twins joined at the midsection, and several little people including actor Billy Barty. We meet some at Gibsonton, Florida, where carnival folk winter. They talk about their lives and accomplishments. The camera also goes on the road to visit a grandfather with a distinctive face, a legless mechanic from Kentucky on a second honeymoon in LA, a marathon runner and motivational speaker who has no feet, a karate student with partial limbs, and an armless, down-to-earth mom in Texas. Being Different 1981

Original title Being Different
IMDb Rating 6.4 97 votes
TMDb Rating 6 1 votes

Director

Harry Rasky
Director

Cast

Christopher Plummer isSelf (Narrator) (voice)
Self (Narrator) (voice)
Bob Melvin isSelf (The Man with Two Faces)
Self (The Man with Two Faces)
Sandra Elaine Allen isSelf (Tallest woman in the world)
Self (Tallest woman in the world)
Paul Fishe isSelf (729 lb man)
Self (729 lb man)
Dolly Reagan isSelf (The Human Doll)
Self (The Human Doll)

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