PG | | Comedy
"Documentary" about a man who can look and act like whoever he's around, and meets various famous people.
Movie posters for this film were notable for simply vertically positioning the film's title in six different typeface letterings on various black, white and multi-colored backgrounds.
My brother beat me. My sister beat my brother. My father beat my sister and my brother and me. My mother beat my father and my sister and me and my brother. The neighbors beat our family. The people down the block beat the neighbors and our family.
The speaking person in his 60s in one of the modern interviews in the film is subtitled as "Former SS-Obergruppenführer Oswald Pohl". If the interviews were conducted in the early 1980s, the person is evidently too young; the real Pohl was born in June 1892, so he would have been in his late 80s/early 90s at the time - of course if he had not been hanged for war crimes in 1951.
$60,119 (USA) (17 July 1983)
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