About the film
music video sketch comedy
Release Date: July 01, 1981
|Slogan||:||«Winner of the first video Grammy Award.»|
|Producers||:||Michael Nesmith, Brian E. Frankish, Kathryn Nesmith, Millie Levin, Nancy Mosher Hall|
|Writers||:||William Dear, Bill Martin, Michael Nesmith|
Winner of the first video Grammy Award, Michael Nesmith (The Monkees) wrote and starred in Elephant Parts, a collection of comedy and music videos using money he inherited from his mother, the inventor of Liquid Paper. Elephant Parts is one hour long and features five full length music videos, including the popular songs "Rio", and "Cruisin'", which featured wrestler Steve Strong and Monterey-based comic "Chicago" Steve Barkley. An off-beat collection that is very entertaining to view while in an altered state.