Mike O'Donoghue's parody of "Mondo Cane" showcases curious performers, strange musicians, celebrity mutations and unusual short films, including Thomas Alva Edison's "Elephant Electrocution".
|Michael O'Donoghue||饰||Mr. Mike|
|丹·艾克罗伊德 (Dan Aykroyd)||饰||Church of Jack Lord leader / Himself|
|Rhonda Coullet||饰||Singer at Church of Jack Lord|
|凯丽·费雪 (Carrie Fisher)||饰||Herself|
The TV show that can't be shown on TV!
- 声音混合： Mono
- 纵横比：1.33 : 1
|发行公司||Wm. Lange & Associates (Midwest) (1979) (Theatrical) (United States)|
|Pacific Arts Video (1985) (VHS) (United States)|
|Ambassador Film Distributors (1979) (Theatrical) (Canada)|
|Beyond Home Entertainment (2010) (DVD) (Australia)|
|Showtime Networks (pay television) (1980) (TV) (United States)|
|新线电影公司 (1979) (Theatrical) (United States)|
- The first cat thrown into the pool was Michael O'Donoghue's cat, Cal. The scene was supervised by armed ASPCA agents. Dirk Wittenborn's chest was scratched heavily by the cats.
- The show was commissioned for a special late-night NBC viewing due to the success of Saturday Night Live, and in recognition of Michael O'Donoghue's contribution to it, but after reviewing the final product the network immediately told O'Dononghue that the show was too gross and racy for even a later showing and they would not approve one. NBC did let know him know right away, however, that he was free to shop the film to film studios (not other networks) and they would not block it from getting a theatrical release.
- In the theatrical release there is a film clip of punk rocker and former Sex Pistol 席德·维瑟斯 doing his version of 'My Way' the song made famous by Frank Sinatra. In the theatrical release, and first broadcasts on Showtime, the song was heard in its entirety. Upon release to home video, Paul Anka, author of the song, refused to allow the song to be included. According to the rolling caption on the home video and DVD version, no excuse was given, and no amount of money would sway him. Ironically, the performance can be seen and heard, complete, on the Theatrical, video and DVD releases of the film 摇滚大骗局 (1980).