O.J. Chronicles, The

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The O.J. Chronicles[1]
Series
Somewhere Out There
Original Broadcast Date
10/6/1996
Cast
David Cross, Bob Odenkirk, Marnie Castor, Joe Frank
Format
Mock Interview, 1 hour
Preceded by: Anthology of Love (Part 2)
Followed by: Joe Frank's America

The OJ Chronicles is the name of a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Somewhere Out There.

Synopsis

Joe talks to O.J. Simpson's friend/manservant about homo-erotic photos and allegations that they were lovers. Joe reenacts the OJ slow speed chase scene, being driven through LA in with a gun to his head; no one pays any attention. They stop for lunch. OJ is described by his friend. OJ's spousal abuse was a game. Joe talks with a British musician about OJ and instituting a punitive touring company of actors who've committed crimes against their wives. Joe talks to OJ's friend about his experience with discrimination.

Music

Interesting Facts

A remix of A Hearing and The Last Run

O.J.'s friend/manservant performed by comedian/actor David Cross, who also performs as the preacher in Jam

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