Don "No Soul" Simmons
From the 1987 sketch comedy film Amazon Women on the Moon. Poor Don is in a commercial featuring real blues great B.B. King appealing for donations to the "Blacks Without Soul" organization.
Don (David Alan Greer), who "turned a terrible affliction into a recording career," is shown gleefully singing incredibly white bread versions of white bread songs like Tony Orlando and Dawn's "Tie a Yellow Ribbon," "Chim Chim Cheree" (from Mary Poppins) and a seriously funk impaired "Joy to the World" (by Three Dog Night).