The Day The Clown Cried Part 2: Your Additional Material Was a GREAT Idea, Mr. Lewis!

And we are back with our continuing look at one of the biggest cinematic mistakes of all time.

For those who missed last week show, we are in the process of giving the first public performance of Jerry Lewis's baffling awful concentration camp comedy, "The Day The Clown Cried." In this part things go from bad to worse. What simply began as a poorly written, misguided film is beginning to turn into a blatantly exploitative, cheaply manipulative, and completely reprehensible collection of wrong minded and offensive... I don't even know what to call it.

Again, please note that we are not making light of the subject matter in any way, shape, form, or fashion. To do so would be monstrously wrong. What we are doing is waging war on the unfettered ego and painfully obvious Oscerbating that is "The Day the Clown Cried."

Please note that this performance is intend as satire and parody, and is presented in a transformational way for both critical and educational purposes.

That being said, we are very sorry. And may God have mercy on our souls.



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