Have a guess? Read this excerpt from The Chicago Tribune and find out.
Envelope, please: The worst movie title ever
By Mark Caro, Tribune entertainment reporter
When actor-director Anthony Newley approached him with a strange-sounding project in the late 1960s, little did Herman Raucher suspect that he would wind up co-writing a movie that four decades later would be honored as having …
The Worst Movie Title Ever.
Yes, folks, we have a winner — or loser or however you’d characterize a title that was singled out as being more awful than any other in cinematic history.
Worse than To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar (the runner-up).
Worse than Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?
Worse than C.H.U.D.
Ladies and gentleman, we bring you: Can Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?
That is just … wow. I looked it up on IMDb and the title can’t fit on one line. Okay, I’m laughing too hard to write anything else.