A satire on television pitches and how society sees the self-importance of artists (featuring Father Guido Sarducci from Saturday Night Live). A collaboration between Don Novello, George Manupelli and William Farley.
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Short and sweet, and hilarious. Some of the earliest SNL stuff here.
I first heard this as a radio commercial in San Francisco in the mid-1980's. It was witty and clever then; it is witty and clever now.
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FATHER GUIDO SARDUCCI! Enough said.
That was fantastic.