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Henke almost 7 years ago
Same humour like SNL from the 70´s
Mr. Mike's Mondo Video was a 1979 movie conceived by Saturday Night Live writer/featured player Michael O'Donoghue. Mondo Video was a spoof of the controversial 1962 documentary Mondo Cane, showing people doing weird stunts. The logo for this film copies the original Mondo Cane logo. Also, since Mondo Cane featured the hit song "More," which was initially an instrumental song with words added later, O'Donoghue and writer Emily Prager (who also acted in the film) took the instrumental song "Telstar" by Joe Meek and wrote lyrics for it, to create "The Haunting Theme Song." It was sung by crooner Julius La Rosa, who had also recorded "More." The song is sung in English during the opening credits, and in nonsense Italian over the closing credits. Many cast members of Saturday Night Live, including Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, Laraine Newman, Bill Murray, Don Novello and Gilda Radner appear. People who had previously hosted SNL, or would go on to host (such as Carrie Fisher, Margot Kidder and...
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