Cry-Baby

1990 American teen musical film written and directed by John Waters

Cry-Baby is a 1990 film about a renegade teenage "drape" boy who struggles with his love for a "square" girl. It is a parody of the teen movies of the 1950s.

Written and directed by John Waters.
Too young to be square... Too tough to be shocked... Too late to be savedtaglines

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Cry-BabyEdit

  • You've made me the happiest juvenile delinquent in Baltimore!
  • You got it, Allison. You got it raaaaaw.

Sage and Allison

OthersEdit

  • Susie Q: Ma, I swiped six hubcaps like a big girl!
  • Milton's Father: Let Jesus Christ be your gang-leader!

DialogueEdit

Cry-Baby: Kiss me! Kiss me hard.
Allison: I've never given a French kiss before.
Cry-Baby: Watch, it's easy. You just open your mouth, and I open mine, and we wiggle our tongues together. And it feels real sexy.

TaglinesEdit

  • Too young to be square... Too tough to be shocked... Too late to be saved
  • Good girls want him bad. Bad girls want him worse.
  • He's a doll. He's a dreamboat. He's a delinquent.

CastEdit

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