Jerry Goode was the producer of the 200 Motels movie.
AKA: Jerry Good, Jerry D. Good
The True Story of 200 Motels
Interviewer: Why are you, as a producer, interested in making 200 Motels?
Jerry Goode: Strictly because of the uh, creative aspects of it. I think what Frank has done creatively, from a musical point of view as well as storytelling point of view is so fresh, that it uh, excited us, that's why we really got involved, and I think he's a brilliant talent, and uh, the whole feeling of 200 Motels from the point of view of what he is trying to say...
Interviewer: Mm-hmm. What is he trying to say?
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While the above on-camera interview is taking place, the following text is superimposed over Jerry Goode's image:
order to "balance the
film budget", Mr. Goode
ordered that all original
video master tapes be erased
and sold as "Used Stock".
benefit: under $4000.00
Net loss: all unused scenes from "200 MOTELS".
From: The True Story of 200 Motels
Interviewer: Do you expect any problems with the censors?
Jerry Goode: I can't answer that, I really can't, honestly, I can't.
Interviewer: Well, you are in the business...
Jerry Goode: I think that uh, there will obviously be a problem in the United States, in foreign countries I don't think there will be that problem, but in all honesty, heyond the lyrical content of the picture it is not a obscene picture in any sense of the word. It's... it's more anti-sex than it is pro-sex.
Interviewer: Do you see any commercial potential in it?
Jerry Goode: I sure as hell hope so!
1971 200 Motels (producer)
1975 Dirty Duck (actor)
1981 Isabel's Choice (TV) (camera operator)
1981 Angel Dusted (TV) (camera operator)
1983 Uncommon Valor (second assistant camera)
1989 The True Story of 200 Motels (as himself)