Watched Who is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?
after several years of idle curiosity borne from amusement at its garrulous title and from Barbara Harris getting an Oscar nom, and now having seen it I can pretty easily declare her the best part of this weird, very 70s Hollywood film. The threadbare plot of a self-loathing artist working through his history of women problems is beyond tired, but the film has enough oddball moments that work to make it worth a marginal recommendation: The title sequence is terrific and immediately takes a place at the "Best Opening Credits" table, there's a wonderfully surreal moment where Jack Warden (who gets to run the gamut on silly voices in this film) interrupts an analysis session to lip-synch to Ray Charles (!), and Barbara Harris is acting in a completely different film than everyone else but it works because she's in a better
The disc's picture quality is quite strong, and there's notably no Paramount logo on the on-disc contents themselves (though the packaging gets the classic Paramount plain grey scheme!). I also picked up the War Between Men and Women
and will weigh in here on that tile whenever I get around to watching it. Caps for Harry Kellerman