Synopsis by Nathan Southern
Rich Little, the man of a thousand faces, began to impersonate celebrities at age 17 (as a disc jockey) and never stopped, establishing himself as one of the masters of the art form. He continues to entertain audiences worldwide with an array of hundreds upon hundreds of pitch-perfect characterizations and voices, from Robert Goulet to Jack Nicholson and everyone in between. His concert film Rich Little: One's a Crowd emerged as one of the funniest stand-up releases of 1988, and in 1979 he became the only individual in history to have performed an entire one-man show of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol on network television. Now, Little emerges with a new concert film -- Rich Little: Will The Real Rich Little Please Stand Up. This 90-minute program features Little's latest Las Vegas stage act, in which he impersonates Nicholson, Johnny Carson, Frank Sinatra, Jack Lemmon, Dr. Phil McGraw, and numerous others.