Tip Toeing! On-Air Review of ‘Tiny Tim: King for a Day’

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com appears on “The Morning Mess” with Dan Baker on WBGR-FM (Monroe, Wisconsin) on May 20th, 2021, reviewing the new film “Tiny Tim: King for a Day,” which is available through Video-On-Demand beginning May 21st.

Herbert “Tiny Tim” Khaury was a determined singer and performer, despite having hundreds of doors slammed into his face in 1950s and ‘60s New York City. After a breakthrough in the Greenwich Village folk scene of the mid 1960s, his album “God Bless Tiny Tim” improbably rose on the music charts. An appearance on TV’s “Laugh-In” and a live marriage on “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson” followed, but as his star ascended, there was an inevitable decline to follow.

Tiny Tim: King for a Day
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Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com reviewed “Tiny Tim: King for a Day” during the Morning Mess with Dan Baker on WBGR-FM, Monroe, Wisconsin, May 20th, 2021 …

“Tiny Tim: King for a Day” is available through Video-On-Demand (click on TinyTimFilm.com), and locally through Virtual Cinema at MusicBoxTheatre.com. Written by Martin Daniel. Directed by Johan von Sydow. Not Rated

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