Vile Pervert: The Musical is a 2008 film written by and starring Jonathan King, produced by Revvolution Movies. In the film King plays all of the 21 different character roles, many of which are based on real-life personalities from King's own life, most noticeably throughout his arrest and legal trial as part of Surrey Police's Operation Arundel, targeting suspected perpetrators of alleged crimes spanning back several decades.
Thus Vile Pervert: The Musical is King's version of events and his comment on the various incidents that resulted in his arrest and what he considers to be injustices in the way his case was handled. Some of the characters and predictions have been eerily echoed in later events.
The film was premiered in London at the Coronet Cinema in Bayswater, London in May 2008 and placed for free viewing and download online. It was also released as a DVD/CD Soundtrack pack to purchase through Amazon. Within a few months it had received thousands of full length views or downloads. And by July 2013 over 100,000 people had watched it online, although YouTube removed it after 50,000 views and only allowed it back up when King's penis was pixillated, with many more buying the physical DVD/CD pack from Amazon.