Mr. Mike's Mondo Video is a 1979 movie conceived and directed by Saturday Night Live writer/featured player Michael O'Donoghue. It is a spoof of the controversial 1962 documentary Mondo Cane, showing people doing weird stunts. (The logo for Mr. Mike's Mondo Video copies the original Mondo Cane logo.) Many cast members of Saturday Night Live, including Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, Laraine Newman, Bill Murray, Don Novello and Gilda Radner, appear in Mr. Mike's Mondo Video. People who had previously hosted SNL, or would go on to host (such as Carrie Fisher, Margot Kidder and Teri Garr) make cameo appearances in the film. Others who appear in the film include musicians Sid Vicious, Paul Shaffer, Debbie Harry, Root Boy Slim, and Klaus Nomi; artist Robert Delford Brown; and model Patty Oja.
|Michael O'Donoghue||Mr. Mike|
|Rhonda Coullet||Singer at Church of Jack Lord|
|Bill Murray||Man on the Street|
|Joan Hackett||Herself (voice)|
|Foster MacKenzie III||Himself (as Root Boy Slim)|
|Robert Delford Brown||JoJo The Human Hot Plate|