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Standard old black bluesman in the B. B. King mold from the 1983 comedy [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0085551 Get Crazy]. A running gag in the film has every band at the new year's concert playing a version of his hit, "Hootchie Cootchie Man." He takes a moment to eulogize a deceased fellow bluesman, '''Howling Blind Luther Washington''', whose name is likely a parody of real bluesmen Howlin' Wolf and Blind Lemon Jefferson.
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Standard old black bluesman in the B. B. King mold from the 1983 comedy [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0085551 Get Crazy]. A running gag in the film has every band at the new year's concert playing a version of his hit, ''"Hootchie Cootchie Man"''. He takes a moment to eulogize a deceased fellow bluesman, '''[[Howling Blind Luther Washington]]''', whose name is likely a parody of real bluesmen Howlin' Wolf and Blind Lemon Jefferson.
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[[Category:Get Crazy]]

Revision as of 14:16, 25 July 2015

Standard old black bluesman in the B. B. King mold from the 1983 comedy Get Crazy. A running gag in the film has every band at the new year's concert playing a version of his hit, "Hootchie Cootchie Man". He takes a moment to eulogize a deceased fellow bluesman, Howling Blind Luther Washington, whose name is likely a parody of real bluesmen Howlin' Wolf and Blind Lemon Jefferson.