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Latest revision as of 09:08, 14 October 2020

Eels Presle
What... what is happening? I think the artist accidentally invented Goth.
Elvis parody from Charlton Comics' Mad Magazine knock-off, This Magazine Is Crazy. Volume 4, #8 (March 1959) contains a parody of the Elvis movie King Creole called "Shrimp Creole" with Eels playing this meta-fictional singer, a parody of Elvis' character Danny Fisher.

The film is based on the novel A Recipe for Dandy Fish, a parody of the real novel King Creole was based on, A Stone For Danny Fisher.

Knish sings "Somebody Stole My Sideburns" and "Have Guitar, Will Pick."

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