Starring: Wade Nichols, Darrin Blue, Georgina Spelvin, Henrietta Wilde, George Spencer, Max, Rayman Sharque, John Dillinger, Brigette Lynne, Jean Harlot, Dick Galan, Whitey, Clea Carson, Faye, Annette Haven, Virginia Slimms, Bill Nunnery, Louie, Ursula Austin, W.P. Dremak, Erick Lueders, Alexis Del Lago, Holly Woodlawn, Susaye London
Description: Time; the present. At a lavish party thrown by an unknown host, a young lady, Linda, meets a handsome Texan and tries to discover who and where the mystery host is. Exploring the house, they happen upon a room that unexpectedly turns into a projection room. The film that the two guests watch is a very old �stag reel� of a very old man seducing a middle-aged woman. Later beside the pool Linda meets the mysterious host, Darrin Blue. Through a series of flashbacks Darrin explains that the old man in the film is in fact, Darrin Blue. �Take Off� is a delightful update of the Oscar Wilde idea of a man who never ages; but in this case, his image on an 8mm film ages instead. But �Take Off� is also quite literally, a take off on the movies of the 1930’s, 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. Darrin Blue in those time periods actually becomes some of our favorite characters from movies we all remember.