Bernie Travis plays Lenny Bruce in this low budget entry on the nightclub comedian lifestyle. The film is very cheap looking, but Travis seems to give a fine performance, but Dustin Hoffman has nothing to worry about. Made way before the 1973 major studio film LENNY, but for a film based on a "R" rated comedian, this 1965 film kind of censored it giving it a PG-13 feel. The opening credit of the credit getting flushed by the toilet is amusing. But the ending execution is a let down.
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