July 1995
Advocate;7/11/95, Issue 685, p69
Reports on the negative reaction of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) to the movie `Braveheart,' directed by and starring Mel Gibson. Allegations that Gibson is anti-gay; Comments from GLAAD executive director Ellen Carton; Defense of the movie by screenwriter Randall Wallace and Gibson; Scene in the movie that offended GLAAD.


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