- Status: Released
- Movie Tagline: Lenny Said It. “Hot Honey” Did It. Together They Shocked America.
- Genres: Drama
- Release Date: 1974-11-10
- Runtime: 111.0 min
- Budget: Not Available
- Revenue: Not Available
- Production Companies: Marvin Worth Productions
Cast & Crew
Dustin Hoffman, Valerie Perrine, Jan Miner, Stanley Beck, Frankie Man, Rashel Novikoff, Gary Morton, Guy Rennie, Michele Yonge, Kathryn Witt, Monroe Myers, John DiSanti, Mickey Gatlin, Martin Begley, Mark Harris, Richard Friedman, Lee Sandman, Jack Nagle, Phil Philbin, Bruce McLaughlin, Ted Sorel, Clarence Thomas, Mike Murphy, Susan Malnik, George DeWitt, Judy LaScala, Don Newsome, Allison Goldstein, Winston Lee, Bridghid Glass, Joe Mencel, Richard O’Barry, Beth Challis, Robert Parsons, Cecil Seay, Bob Collins, Lynette Bernay, Bob Fosse, Phyllis Hyman, Lillian Zuckerman, Mal Jones, David Joseph Martinez, Alan Ormsby, Frank Orsatti, Glenn R. Wilder, Zorita, Cindy Embers, Rod Ball
Synopsis – What to Expect from “Lenny”
Lenny is a 1974 biopic about the life and death of Lenny Bruce, a controversial stand-up comedian and social critic.
The movie begins with Lenny Bruce (Dustin Hoffman) on stage in a nightclub, performing his famous comedy routine. He is a master of social satire, using his sharp wit and sharp tongue to challenge the hypocrisy of the establishment. His act quickly gains notoriety, and he becomes an underground success.
Lenny continues to perform in small clubs and bars, but his fame soon attracts the attention of the authorities. He is arrested for obscenity and charged with violating local laws. Despite the fact that Lenny is innocent, he is convicted and sentenced to prison.
While in jail, Lenny meets a young woman named Honey (Valerie Perrine). She is a struggling actress and the two quickly form a strong bond. Honey helps Lenny get through his time in prison and the two eventually fall in love.
After his release from prison, Lenny’s career takes off. He is invited to perform on The Tonight Show and soon becomes a major star. But his newfound fame comes with a price. He is constantly hounded by the police and the press, and his drug use begins to spiral out of control.
Lenny’s career and personal life reach a breaking point when he is arrested for drug possession and charged with obscenity once again. With his career and reputation in tatters, L
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