From 1985, please enjoy a child molester and a bunch of guys and gals with truly heinous haircuts with their surprisingly effective after all these years ode to ending world hunger "We Are the World."
Two random observations.
1) I can't find the exact quote, but critic "Holy" Greil Marcus reviewed this at the time, and if memory serves, he really, and I mean REALLY, didn't like it. I believe his final sentence was something along the lines of "and the celebrities get to eat the Africans."
2) I can't find the exact quote for this either, but in the otherwise awful 1987 Dragnet, with Tom Hanks and Dan Akroyd, the latter's straight arrow Joe Friday cop character looks around a den of iniquity modelled after the Playboy Mansion and says "And to think a moral cesspool like this exists in the heart of the city where they recorded 'We Are the World.' "
In any case, a coveted PowerPop No-Prize will be awarded the first reader who gleans the clip's relevance to tomorrow's Weekend Listomania.