The Hollywood’s So Bad It’s Good Series presents The Boy in the Plastic Bubble, a 1976 made-for-TV movie starring John Travolta as a young man forced to live in a plastic isolation chamber because he was born with a nonfunctioning immune system.
The plot isn't funny, but the script and production values are. It's been called "a touching story marred by unclear ending". Hopefully live commentary by the Pittsburgh comedic duo, The Ink & Paint Club. (Eric S. Donaldson & Milton Compton), will help fill in the gaps.
The Hollywood Theater in Dormont
1449 Potomac Avenue, Pittsburgh