Also check out TO MY GREAT CHAGRIN, a feature-length film produced and directed by Jeff Sumerel, a most compelling and exhilarating account of the remarkable history and career of a man known as “Brother Theodore”. Theodore’s television appearances spanned from Jack Paar to Johnny Carson to Merv Griffin to David Letterman. His diverse movie experiences joined him with Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles, and Tom Hanks.
The Los Angeles Daily News described Theodore as Boris Karloff, Salvadore Dali, and Nijinski all in one.
To convey this unbelievable story, Sumerel and Rhodes have crafted an enthralling visual interpretation by weaving an array of rare audio and film archives in a most creative, poetic manner. In addition, Sumerel interviewed over sixty Theodore admirers, friends, and colleagues, such as Woody Allen, Eric Bogosian, Penn & Teller, Harlan Ellison, and Dick Cavett among others.
Also on Netflix