Larry Hankin's fictional character, Emmett's Deemus' shares some warm holiday greetings.
The Larry Hankin Collection
The one-man show was the basis for his Oscar-nominated short film “Sollyʼs Diner” and was last performed in San Francisco in the 90s, though recently it has been enjoyed by audiences in Venice, CA.
A hapless hitchhiker (Larry Hankin) gets advice on his road technique from a fairytale frog.
Sometimes Jones, A homeless street character (Larry Hankin) tries to talk to the night waitress in Solly's Diner (Ruth Silvera). He's plea is interrupted by a desperate business man (Roger Bowen) who pulls a gun and demands all the money in the cash register. Jones cleverly captures the robber and is rewarded with a free meal.
Our hero, the Outlaw Emmett Deemus runs into some trouble when saving a Porno Queen.
An elderly retired gentleman, Emmett Deemus, has set out to become an Outlaw Biker Hero on the way to the Big Biker Rally is Sturgis, South Dakota, starting from his home town outside of Boise, Idaho. He's taken along a 19 year old hitchhiker to accompany him on his adventure capturing criminals along the way - obviously an empty pipe dream - but along the way they encounter a stranded motorist who isn't who he seems, and our 2 wanna-...Read More