11 thoughts on “The World’s Greatest Sinner”

  1. My jaw droppeth kneeward!

    Clarence & Alonzo boldly set out upon an adventure unlike any before endeavored, & phew … is this a real Philostopher-Phriendly art-film or What?

    Heavens t’Murgatroydz!

    Would never’ve DREAMED i’d actually wind up SEEING this … now someone needs 2 excavate a print of RUN HOME SLOW & ye’d have ye ANOTHER bonny feat of which tae boast – this one’s quite the yummy titbit of 20th-Century Anthropology, eh?

  2. I tried to watch The World’s Greatest Sinner.
    I really did. I have wanted to see this flick since I was a teenager, many, many years ago. It was nice hearing some of Frank’s themes behind the movie, but HOLY SHIT! What a turd. But, hey! I couldn’t make it through Plan 9 From Outer Space either.

    Was Timothy Carey drunk or on heroin or what? Any insight would be appreciated.

  3. I’m going to have to watch it all…
    Tom Carrey could be brilliant; his turn in the movie “Head”, which also featured FZ in a cameo, was brilliant.

  4. Carrey was also great in Kubrick’s ‘Paths of Glory’.

    I couldn’t watch it all, but it was funny to hear a nacent version of ‘Holiday in Berlin’ underneath this truly bizzare film.

  5. Really a great movie in it’s own peculiar way.

    I don’t think I can ever take Marilyn Manson serious after watch God Hilliard. The guy is a xerox copy. He must have seen this movie.

  6. Nanook Of The North is also available at Google Video. One of the greatest films ever made. If you feel pissed off, watch this. These Peolple have nothing and live in extreme conditions and yet have much more than average sick American. The conditon of the move is perfect. Freaks is also available.
    Great message and story.
    Just Another Zappa fan from Ireland

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