Cult Movie Poster by Jeff McMillan: "All Together Now"

A few months ago, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles had a cult movie-themed art show in Los Angeles hosted by Clerks writer/director Kevin Smith and his producer Scott Mosier. The exhibit had tons of artworks inspired by cult movies.

This one above is a painting by Jeff McMillan titled "All Together Now" (larger pic here). Can you name all the characters?

Links: Gallery 1988's Crazy 4 Cult artwork gallery - via /Film

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Hey , there's a finished version of this painting on my blog, here's link,
http://bp1.blogger.com/_ExlyC2OmC1E/RpZ2Q4_iWmI/AAAAAAAAACU/ZTVf9hjJuS0/s1600-h/crazy4cult.jpg

here's the official list too-
from left to right

1. Divine as herself (Pink Flamingos)
2. Funeral Bouquet (decoration)
3. Paul Reubens as Pee Wee Herman (Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure)
4. Kevin Smith as Silent Bob (Clerks)
5. Johnny Depp as Ed Wood (Ed Wood)
6. Jeff Bridges as The Dude (The Big Lebowski)
7. Gunnar Hansen as Leatherface (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre)
8. Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat (Borat)
9. Dennis Hopper as Frank Booth (Blue Velvet)
10. Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves as Dead Presidents (Point Break)
11. Sheryl Lee as Laura Palmer’s Prom Photo (Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me)
12. Malcolm McDowell as Alex de Large (A Clockwork Orange)
13. Frank the Bunny (Donnie Darko)
14. Christopher Guest as Nigel Tufnel (This Is Spinal Tap)
15. Rick Moranis as Bob Mackenzie (Strange Brew)
16. Sheryl Lee as Laura Palmer (Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me)
17. David Lynch
18. Tim Curry as Dr. Frank-N-Furter (The Rocky Horror Picture Show)
19. Funeral Bouquet (decoration)
20. Jeff Cohen as Chunk (The Goonies)
21. A Fury from The Warriors (was previously Michael Rapaport as Remy in Higher Learning)
22. A Zombie from Dawn of the Dead
23. Stephen Root as Milton (Office Space)
24. The Leg Lamp from A Christmas Story
25. Mitch Cohen as the Toxic Avenger (The Toxic Avenger)
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I think when you have the larger part of America's youth impersonating the protagonist of your film while the main population of America doesn't seem to really like the film... it's safe to call it a cult movie.
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