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Jackie Gleason trips on acid, Groucho Marx plays a mob boss named God, and a chorus line of trash cans sing and dance in a psychotropic musical number: Otto Preminger’s utterly unclassifiable gangsters-meet-hippies drug comedy (inspired by the director’s experiments with LSD) is a bizarro satire of free love and mind-altering substances. Nilsson’s appropriately trippy soundtrack features the songwriter singing the entire end credits sequence.