Interview-style biography of controversial and pioneering stand-up comedian Lenny Bruce. The film traces Bruce from his beginnings as a Catskills comic to his later underground popularity based on his anti-establishment politics and his scatological humor.
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Lenny Said It. "Hot Honey" Did It. Together They Shocked America.
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Did You Know?
The Broadway production of "Lenny" by Julian Barry
opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theater in New York City on May 26, 1971, and ran for four hundred fifty-three performances. See more
During the movie's opening monologue, Lenny says that it's 1964 and then references the MDA Telethon, which debuted in 1966. See more
l'm not anti-Christ or anti-religion, l just think it's encouraging that people are leaving the Church and going back to God.
References I'll Cry Tomorrow
Well You Needn't
Music by Teddy McRae
and Thelonious Monk
Performed by Miles Davis See more