Esquire ran a hilarious piece on the small Nebraska town where 'To Wong Foo' was filmed

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Posted: Wednesday, March 26, 2014 12:00 am

University of Nebraska-Lincoln grad and Esquire intern Ross Benes wrote a fun story about Loma, Neb., the tiny town that served as the setting for 1995's campy comedy "To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar."

Benes, whose dad was on the set for the movie, said Loma residents "still talk about the time (John) Leguizamo, (Wesley) Snipes and (Patrick) Swayze stopped in town for their drag gig, twenty years ago."

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