THE WENDY WILD STORY tells the
story of punk rock performer/artist
Wendy Wild and her wild stomping
grounds- 1980's Lower East Side.
Master Chefs often combine
mis-matched foods to make very
tasty dishes. Wendy and her rockin'
friends combined different music
genres to create tasty tunes. Her
group, Das Furlines combined punk
with polka. Her all girl group
Pulsallama (according to Wendy) was
named after a popular TV commercial
for Porcelana Face Cream. A Lower
East Side production of Bye Bye
Birdie had a costume design that was
straight out of Lost In Space. Soon,
theatre-goers throughout New York
City discovered the amazing stage
shows and productions at various
Lower East Side venues like Club 57,
The Pyramid and The Mud Club
While Wendy grew up on Long Island,
she dabbled in various types of arts-
costume design, cartooning, and
movie watching. She got me, her
younger brother hooked on Dark
Shadows, Universal horror movies,
The Marx Brothers, and basically fill
making. My mother's more religious
friends on Long Island felt the city
artists were reckless and "Godless"
This film shows how these "Godless"
people came to Wendy' side at her
darkest hour. Their generosity and
aid they showed Wendy made the
Red Cross look like greedy seagulls
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Click the image of Wendy
(left) to see a trailer for the
film made during production.