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Jul 2 17 3:59 PM
Jul 9 17 2:01 PM
Cucamongadan: I'm enjoying friends and FASMILY and had good eats.
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Robert_Laughlin joined the chat 4 days ago
Robert_Laughlin: Happy Fourth, everyone!
Robert_Laughlin: I like the marquee scroll at the top of the screen.
Robert_Laughlin: Where is everybody?
Robert_Laughlin: 10 minutes to show time, and I'm the only person in the chat room.
Robert_Laughlin: 5 minutes to show time, and still nobody else. I'll have to ask Dan to establish a new rule: no chats on a holiday.
PeteFitzgerald joined the chat 4 days ago
Robert_Laughlin: Just you and me, Pete.
Robert_Laughlin: What did you do for the Fourth?
PeteFitzgerald: I think Dan indicated on the forum that he'd have to join the chat late, due to family/celebrating.
PeteFitzgerald: I worked.
Robert_Laughlin: He knew the URLs for tonight's pics. Do you know them?
--but I got out at 8... had a late dinner, then walked to the edge of
the adjacent neighborhood and watched the town fireworks display, from a
safe distance (no crowds, nor too much noise).
PeteFitzgerald: nice evening weather here, so it all went well.
Robert_Laughlin: We're having fireworks at 9:30 Pacific, so I'm zealous to start on time.
Robert_Laughlin: Are you ready for the Fool Coverage countdown?
PeteFitzgerald: just did so
PeteFitzgerald: Nothing says "Independence Day" like life insurance coverage.
Robert_Laughlin: The old foot in the store.
Robert_Laughlin: Trust me, there is a tie-in.
PeteFitzgerald: Oh, I know.
PeteFitzgerald: I like Daffy's straw hat and high-collar/tie.
PeteFitzgerald: a born huckster.
PeteFitzgerald: gotta prime it a little...
PeteFitzgerald: huh... no side saddle.
Robert_Laughlin: Porky learned his housekeeping skills from Fibber McGee and Molly.
Number13 joined the chat 4 days ago
PeteFitzgerald: Hi, 13!
PeteFitzgerald: Happy 4th of July!
Number13: happy 4th!
Robert_Laughlin: Well, someone else is with us.
Number13: hi robert, hard to resist Uncle Sam
I'm ready for the feature. Pete has considerately given us a link
(scroll back a bit to find it). Are we ready for the countdown?
PeteFitzgerald: oh, there's one more cartoon we could watch, thematically (toward the end of it)...
Robert_Laughlin: Can we do it after the feature? I don't want to miss that fireworks show.
Number13: I already did fireworks tonight
All right. Note: this chat room has an ideosyncracy. It won't let you
enter the numeral 'zero' unless it's part of a sentence. Are we ready
for the countdown?
Number13: say go after the countdown
PeteFitzgerald: ready.. paused on 0:00 of UNCLE SAM
Robert_Laughlin: I missed a baseball home game for this chat. And now the countdown. 10
Number13: paused on 0:00
Number13: I never heard of this epic
PeteFitzgerald: I did, but hadn't watched it before now.
Number13: I had a cookoff in my neighborhood, I did baby back ribs and won! 🙂
PeteFitzgerald: this upload ends just before the end credits, just so's ya know.
Number13: we had 3 dishes of a few different kinds of foods, hamburgers, ribs and jambalaya
PeteFitzgerald: Yay, 13! Congrats! Sounds delish!
Robert_Laughlin: Congratulations. I did a lowcountry boil (Louisiana shrimp; no Asian shrimp on this occasion), with fresh peaches for dessert.
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Number13: thank you
Number13: poor daffy
PeteFitzgerald: feature link
PeteFitzgerald: Me, too, 13... one of the advantages of living on the east coast.
PeteFitzgerald: William Smith!
Number13: this movie is longer than 2 hours?! 😵
Monsterpal joined the chat 4 days ago
Number13: hi monster!
Number13: happy 4th of july
Monsterpal: Hi 13, Pete, Robert, and Dan.
PeteFitzgerald: Hi, MP
PeteFitzgerald: Happy 4th!
Number13: we just began the film
Monsterpal: Thanks. The fireworks are beginning to abate now.
Robert_Laughlin: Hi, MP.
Number13: stock music alert
Number13: cool monster
PeteFitzgerald: The movie runs 1:29, but this Youtube upload runs 1:26, since the end credits are cut off.
Monsterpal: O forgot what movie it is.
Number13: Uncle Sam
PeteFitzgerald: Directed by William Lustig, director of MANIAC COP>
Robert_Laughlin: I think the Boston Pops played the national anthem; this is their familiar arrangment.
Monsterpal: Oh, yeah.
Monsterpal: Robert, this movie is your pick, right?
Robert_Laughlin: As Bob Wilkins said: Watch horror movies, keep America strong.
Lustig also runs the DVD/Blu-ray indie label, Blue Underground. He also
used to control the U.S. rights to a bunch of Hammer films, during the
late days of laserdisc/early days of DVD.
Monsterpal: That works for me.
Number13: pretty good quality
Number13: visual quality, anyway
Robert_Laughlin: The ratio is a little off. Too squat.
Number13: the fog
Robert_Laughlin: Do you pick up a suggestion of *Halloween* in the music?
Number13: "I waited in your bushes for 6 hours."
PeteFitzgerald: merv griffin.
Number13: "You'll get over it."
Robert_Laughlin: It's Bo Hopkins. I swear, that man has the slowest rythyms of any actor on Earth.
PeteFitzgerald: Salvador Deli
PeteFitzgerald: why did that pro-drawn comic book look to be colored by crayons?
Robert_Laughlin: They're freighting this down with too much "meaning". I prefer a turkey that's unashamed of being what it is.
PeteFitzgerald: this needs more Shatner... and all dialogue in esperanto!
Number13: it was colorized by TCM
Number13: not the greatest line reading from some of them
kcor joined the chat 4 days ago
Number13: happy 4th, kcor!
Robert_Laughlin: We're 17 minutes into Uncle Sam.
kcor: ammo box
PeteFitzgerald: Phantasm tries to invade this movie...
Number13: this reminds me of a Tales From the Darkside
Number13: this is before Elliot meets ET
SkipStephensonsBurger joined the chat 4 days ago
Robert_Laughlin: Welcome, Skip.
Number13: hi skip! happy 4th
PeteFitzgerald: Hi, kcor, Hando
Robert_Laughlin: We're 20 minutes into Uncle Sam.
kcor: o hi pete
SkipStephensonsBurger: Announce me
PeteFitzgerald: Happy 4th
kcor: bo hopkins as brian keith
Monsterpal: Skippy is officially here!
SkipStephensonsBurger: hi 13 pete robert
SkipStephensonsBurger: talking tina episode of tz is on
Number13: a little creepy that he wanted to open the coffin so bad
Robert_Laughlin: Boy, are you old, MP.
PeteFitzgerald: "You come down here, right now, and finish your C-rations!"
Monsterpal: Robert, I can't help it.
kcor: romantic candlelit supper
Number13: what was Bo most famous for?
Monsterpal: The Wild Bunch was the first thing I noticed him in.
PeteFitzgerald: This is what a potential step-father normally tells his girlfriend's child over dinner.
kcor: she shot people in a peckinpah movie
Robert_Laughlin: I remember him as the psycho killer in *The Killer Elite*.
Number13: whoa I thought we were watching a Godzilla for a second
PeteFitzgerald: "Uncle Sam is a friend to all children!"
Number13: what an exciting first third
Monsterpal: Bo was great as the leader of the Pharaohs in American Graffiti.
kcor: wow gone and back and still more set-up?
Number13: "Now let's talk about the birds and the bees."
kcor: only hopkins can say the word 'pharoehs'
PeteFitzgerald: "How did this man go to war, lose a leg, and become a bore? ..... DRAFT! Can ya dig it?"
Cucamongadan joined the chat 4 days ago
Number13: hi dan! happy 4th of july
kcor: o hi dan
Cucamongadan: thank u and same to all!
Cucamongadan: woah I missed them nekkid bits when i watched on Sunday
Number13: you can't miss a moment, dan
kcor: ironically his name is willy?
Monsterpal: Stilted performance.
Number13: you always pick up new details when watching a classic a second time
Number13: tabonga got him!
PeteFitzgerald: "We return to Dead A-stare in DADDY LONG LEGS, alredy in progress..."
Number13: he's a barber?
kcor: 'no waving stay in character' ???
Cucamongadan: he got the axe alright
Number13: it's almost like a long SNL sketch about slasher movies
FCF joined the chat 4 days ago
PeteFitzgerald: A Quinn Martin production!"
Cucamongadan: hi 4!
kcor: o hi 4frc
Number13: 4! on the 4!!!!
PeteFitzgerald: Hi 4th Color Fan!
Robert_Laughlin: Welcome, FCF.
Robert_Laughlin: We're 50 minutes in.
Cucamongadan: 50 min in
FCF: Dan! 13!! on the 4
PeteFitzgerald: Half-burned Corey Feldman seems sort of sullen...
Cucamongadan: nice color shots here
Number13: so far, it's been so exciting I can't explain it
kcor: a.dd: 'okay, who has some extra talent, like juggling'
Monsterpal: A real-life nephew of his Uncle Sam
Monsterpal: And Christopher George looked terrible.
PeteFitzgerald: Don't let UNCLE SAM dissuade you from seeing MANIAC COP, if you haven't already.
FCF: wise kcor, a name to avoid
Monsterpal: I'm looking at the opening scenes. They're in Kuwait and you can see their breath.
FCF: Looks like he didn't do any more movies after Uncle Sam in 1996
Cucamongadan: This movie didn't leave me lustig for more
Number13: I forgot all about maniac cop, but don't remember it anyway
Number13: hard to believe, 4
Monsterpal: Bob Z'dar is ...
FCF: hah 13
PeteFitzgerald: His once-brilliant career lost its Lustig...
FCF: I missed 50 minutes unfortunately. or, fortunately
FCF: hehe Pete
Number13: the first 50 minutes are more of an overture
Monsterpal: Nothing happens in the first 40, 4C.
FCF: good deal, I saw the main play then
FCF: lol MP
Cucamongadan: the first hour was a philosophical examination of the causes and ramifications of war
FCF: so i really only missed 10
kcor: if this had been made in 1976 it would have made sense
Monsterpal: The opening credits are kinda groovy.
Cucamongadan: haha pete
FCF: I will check out the opening credits later
Jul 9 17 2:28 PM
TOBOR THE GREAT
TOBOR THE GREAT Question
Reverse spelling in horror movies
Billy Chapin - NIGHT OF HUNTER, TOBOR THE GREAT
They Came From Bronson Cave, but They Went To Griffith Observatory
Jul 9 17 6:44 PM
Jul 9 17 6:56 PM
07/16/17 10:50 AM
CucamongaDan: Hi Ed!
CucamongaDan: Ready for this classic film to be pilloried?
CucamongaDan: Hi Burma though you're not her at the moment
CucamongaDan: now you are here
CucamongaDan: hi 13!
Number13: hi everyone!
CucamongaDan: AL 1, NL 1
Number13: I'm looking forward to tonight's epic
CucamongaDan: Its a classic of juvenile entertainment
CucamongaDan: And as Ed pointed out in the forum not really a bad movie, just one aimed at 6 year olds
Number13: fair enough
EdWainwright: i love TOBOR, have ever since i first saw it in '62 at age nine
CucamongaDan: But I never saw it until I was over 40, and am curious what anyone who saw it at a younger age fewlt about it
Number13: cool ed!
CucamongaDan: then you and Tobor are actuaqlly about the same age Ed!
EdWainwright: i haven't seen an 8TH MAN episode in a long time
CucamongaDan: I never heard of the 8th Man, only the Third one
Billy Batlips joined the chat 4 days ago
PeteFitzgerald: 8TH MAN, at least the english-dubbed 1st episode, is like the PLAN 9 of '60s TV anime.
CucamongaDan: I'd watch anything with a character named Saucer Lips
PeteFitzgerald: Hi, Pam
CucamongaDan: Hi Pam!
Number13: hi pam!
Pamela: honestly, I forgot how rough it is to log in when I have accounts in 2 rooms
EdWainwright: hi Pam
Pamela: and hi
Burma Shave: look
Pamela: vivaldi is acting a bit wonky tonite, so I'm back on opera, which means a lot of resetting
CucamongaDan: I never tried a browser named after classical music
Pamela: totally random info: I had to get my car smogged yesterday, passed no problem (yay)
EdWainwright: hi Robert
CucamongaDan: yay, always a relief
Pamela: cost more than I thought, apparently there's a price diff when you get tested by a star atation
Number13: I have to get my car trogged soon
CucamongaDan: little bit, yeah. That whole system's kind of a racket. Makes lots of gainful employment for the smog test guys though
Pamela: I was told the main diff is that star stations are VERY tightly regulated, one goofup and the star is gone
Pamela: the point is to reduce the smog,pete
Pamela: hey, my car's not THAT old!
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PeteFitzgerald: *folks who gave us
Robert_Laughlin: What, ultimately, are we counting down to, Dan? Feature or 8th Man?
CucamongaDan: nice Pete
PeteFitzgerald: I'm for either, or both!
CucamongaDan: hooray for santy claus is one of my favorite christmas songs
CucamongaDan: lets do feature first . . .
Pamela: cute song, lousy movie
Burma Shave: Pam and Rob are fighting, this may be the grumpfight of the year!
Robert_Laughlin: Fine with me.
Robert_Laughlin: I'll kiss and make up. There is, after all, no accounting for taste preferences.
Pamela: this grump is a Buddhist. I don't kiss or take culinary advice from relative strangers
PeteFitzgerald: My accountant has EXCELLENT taste! Well, that is, *if* I had an accountant. And taste.
Robert_Laughlin: Count down to something, please, can't you, Dan?
CucamongaDan: paused on Republic eagle logo
PeteFitzgerald: Countdown to looking glass!
PeteFitzgerald: There, I said it.
Robert_Laughlin: So am I.
CucamongaDan: IN COLOR!
EdWainwright: i'm on that bird too
Robert_Laughlin: It turns to black and white later.
CucamongaDan: any one not ready?
CucamongaDan: commencing countdown
PeteFitzgerald: La Cacanya Productions presents--
CucamongaDan: what does it antimatter, anyway?
Burma Shave: wait no
CucamongaDan: 5.9 . . .
CucamongaDan: 5.8 . . .
Burma Shave: I HAVE BAD CONNECTION MOVIE NEEDS TO LOAD
CucamongaDan: how much time you need Burma?
CucamongaDan: oh okay, keepus posted
Robert_Laughlin: BS, did you try linking directly from the chat room?
PeteFitzgerald: 23 mins, 39 seconds... just enough time for 8TH MAN! Yay!
Burma Shave: Why would I link it directly from the chat room?
Robert_Laughlin: Think again, Pete. BS probably can't watch 8th Man either.
CucamongaDan: sosometimes hitting F5 helps when browser hangs up
Robert_Laughlin: It works great; that's why.
CucamongaDan: click on the link and a window in the chat room plays it
Burma Shave: ah screw it
PeteFitzgerald: But... you give me too much credit. I didn't think the first time!
Number13: burma, don't you get the link inside the chatroom?
Robert_Laughlin: Minor calamity. Be back in a few minutes; start without me if you have to.
Burma Shave: okay resume countdown?
Burma Shave: damn lousy connection
Burma Shave: okay we need to start nOw.
Pamela left the chat 4 days ago
CucamongaDan: okay Rob did say start w/o em if necessary
PeteFitzgerald: paused once again on eagle, which is looking off-screen at 8TH MAN.
Number13: pam come back!
PeteFitzgerald: Pam is non-stick.
CucamongaDan: roll film!
CucamongaDan: cool I said roll film just as lastout of all star game was made
Burma Shave: literally why does my damn internet conenction late me
PeteFitzgerald: "A Dudley Do-right Production"
CucamongaDan: I love the intro music
EdWainwright: Lydecker bros. special effects, always a good sign
CucamongaDan: and you're from a tech family, right Burma? That sounds like something you need to get on mom amd dad about
PeteFitzgerald: I bet Gog messes this thing up.
Robert_Laughlin: Thanks; I'm caught up now.
EdWainwright: just commenting on humans in general, BS
CucamongaDan: they had that in Doppelganger too
EdWainwright: that centrifuge would make a great ride at Six Flags
PeteFitzgerald: Bonus: if you puke while riding it, it's spin-art!
CucamongaDan: ulp! have fun on it Ed
PeteFitzgerald: He's resigning from the movie? Already?
Number13: david hedison already calling
CucamongaDan: "new petition against tax"
CucamongaDan: I heard Gilligan's name too
PeteFitzgerald: Must've been a long-distance call from Denver.
EdWainwright: is Gilligan going to be Tobor's "little buddy"?
Burma Shave: I didn't really believe that Here Comes Tobor was real until I saw it in the suggestions bar tonight.
EdWainwright: did he bring Ginger and Mary Ann with him? sure hope so
CucamongaDan: why don't Professor Norton talk a little louder so that spy at the next ttable doesn't miss anything
EdWainwright: i used to have HERE COMES TOBOR on DVD. sorry i got rid of it, maybe i'll get another one
PeteFitzgerald: Is "Mr. Gilligan" here Sam Donaldson's dad?
Robert_Laughlin: As an amusing irony, the USSR would commence the Space Age only a few heartbeats after this film was released.
Number13: a three hour tour
CucamongaDan: I see the resemblance. I was thinking Steve Allen
PeteFitzgerald: Amazing what they can achieve with bamboo and coconuts.
EdWainwright: better than a three hour Tor
I alsways saw Donaldson as the merging of Mr. Spock with Howdy Doody.
Too bad it escaped from the lab before it could be destroyed.
EdWainwright: William Schallert!
Taylor Holmes, who plays Prof. Nordstrom, looks/sounds somewhat like
Otto Kruger from COLOSSUS OF NEW YORK. They were similar types.
EdWainwright: no notice here
PeteFitzgerald: no notice here, either.
CucamongaDan: me either
Robert_Laughlin: OK. I was able to get back to the film by refreshing the playback.
CucamongaDan: occasionally a slight lag is all
CucamongaDan: oh on the playback, I switched over to the TV as soon as the ballgame ended
PeteFitzgerald: "Why, it's a ka-linking, ka-lanking collection of caligenous junk!"
EdWainwright: this "unveiling" scene thrilled the heck out of me as a kid. actually still does i guess
PeteFitzgerald: It's pretty well presented, Ed, true.
Robert_Laughlin: The word is 'simulacrum'.
PeteFitzgerald: I want to see Alan Hale, Jr. hit "Mr. Gilligan" with his hat.
PeteFitzgerald: They gave Tobor a washboard stomach! Nyuk-nyuk-nyuk!
CucamongaDan: "My daughter Patty and her identical cousin Cathy would like to interview Tobor for the high school paper."
PeteFitzgerald: Imagine if TARGET: EARTH had robots like this in it!
Robert_Laughlin: Unfortunately I often have. *Target Earth* may be the best example ever of an otherwise good film undone by cheapo props.
EdWainwright: that's whatcha get for voluteering Gilligan
EdWainwright: i like the basic design of the TARGET EARTH robot but it looks very cheaply built
CucamongaDan: Tobor starring as UNCLE SIM
Robert_Laughlin: Any number of present-day journals seem to be run by the like of Gilligan.
EdWainwright: Gilligan rushes off in a snit
PeteFitzgerald: "Gee, Tobor, you're beautiful... and someday, with this ring, I thee wed."
CucamongaDan: Sim siminey Sim Siminey Sim Sim sir-ee! A robot's as plucky As plucky can be
EdWainwright: Gadge is being a bad bad boy but i don't blame him, i might do the same thing. after all little boys and robots do go together
PeteFitzgerald: Gadge is claws-traphobic!
Number13: klaatu barada nikto
CucamongaDan: Tobor is going to raid the fridge and down a couple quarts of ice cold 30-weight
EdWainwright: Gadge is in SOOOOO much trouble
PeteFitzgerald: Oh! He's ruining *EVERYTHING*!
Number13: grounded for three weeks at least
CucamongaDan: never name a kid Gadge- they're all troublemakers
CucamongaDan: little gadgefly
Robert_Laughlin: A variation on Tchaikovsky's Marche Slav, of course, as the Soviet spy's theme music.
CucamongaDan: 13 empty chairs!
EdWainwright: 12 invitations + 13 occupied chairs = uh oh!!
FCF: I am late for Tobor! Robot!
PeteFitzgerald: Hi, FC
FCF: Hi Pete
PeteFitzgerald: Robot-made German chocolate: Toborone
CucamongaDan: wb Burma
Burma Shave: ich mochte du toten fur das Witze, Pete.
FCF: Thanks, 13!
Robert_Laughlin: Ha! Tobor spelled 'spelled' with three l's.
PeteFitzgerald: "He he comes! Here he comes! Greatest toy you've ever seen! And his name is... 'Mr. Machine'!"
FCF: I jumped to 46 mins, too far?
Number13: 45 min
FCF: thanks, 13
i remember reading in Famous Monsters in the mid '60s that the Tobor
suit was stolen from an L.A. antiques dealer. anyone know if it ever
turned up again?
CucamongaDan: ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES TOBOR A DULL BOY
CucamongaDan: 'if we talk like Peter Lorre, no one will ever suspect we're Russian spies"
FCF: Intruders, Intruders. say it again
Robert_Laughlin: Republic also made *The Sands of Iwo Jima*. This is a prime opportunity for a plug.
CucamongaDan: "I wasn't expecting the Spanish Inquisition!"
PeteFitzgerald: They hilariously flee from the Munsters' home.
PeteFitzgerald: "Now, comrades, we know what we must do.... keel moose and squirrel. Oh, and FEEEEEELHM!"
Number13: this house looks like the one in TZ Talky Tina and Ring a ding Girl
Number13: and Ninety years without slumbering
EdWainwright: did kids ever actually say "gee willikers"?
Robert_Laughlin: I assume so, but it would have been before my time.
CucamongaDan: that would be a special occasion phrase
Robert_Laughlin: You'd think the empty parking lot would have tipped Nordstrom off.
I've heard it said that whenever the cartoon directors and gag men at
Warner Bros depected an old man, it was specifically the sort of old man
you might actually encounter in the 1890s-1910s, back when the cartoon
makers themselves were kids. Maybe kid expressions like "gee willikers"
have similar origins.
Number13: Williker, Texas Ranger
PeteFitzgerald: This looks like a job for Spy Smasher!
EdWainwright: do i see Lyle Talbot in that group?
EdWainwright: and Robert Shayne too?
Robert_Laughlin: Yes, that was Robert Shayne.
PeteFitzgerald: The sitting russian in the hat is Peter Brocco, who we last saw as one of the three evil scientists in OUR MAN FLINT.
CucamongaDan: robert shayne rocks
Number13: come back shayne
EdWainwright: i love how these old movies are often filled with familiar character actors
Number13: "You're paying for that"
CucamongaDan: that bucket of hardware sure makes an awful noise
PeteFitzgerald: This is the weirdest episode of LEAVE IT TO BEAVER, ever.
CucamongaDan: It was followed by GADGE GOES HAWAIIAN and GADGE GOES TO ROME
Number13: tobor driving without a license
CucamongaDan: the guard is punch drunk
Robert_Laughlin: Shouldn't the people in those cars be fried when they drive over the electrified gate?
EdWainwright: rubber tires keep that from happening
PeteFitzgerald: I wonder whatever happened to the Tobor suit?
CucamongaDan: that's why I'd never get those low profile pimped out wheels, not enough rubber distance
PeteFitzgerald: Maybe they settled out of court.
CucamongaDan: I thought I was just reading about the Tobor suit when I made the blurb for this chat. Did Bob Burns buy it?
EdWainwright: the suit was stolen from an L.A. antiques shop in the mid '60s. don't think it was ever recovered
PeteFitzgerald: Maybe D.B. Cooper has it.
CucamongaDan: haha Pete
CucamongaDan: Hangin with Mr. Cooper
PeteFitzgerald: Tobor has less than 4 minutes to stop the spies.
CucamongaDan: har- nose tweak!
PeteFitzgerald: Tobor kneed him!
CucamongaDan: I bet Tobor would have been a much better matchup for the Aztec Mummy
EdWainwright: 8TH MAN's opening animation ( US version ) was American made and doesn't look much like the Japanese stuff
CucamongaDan: What'd they call Tobor when he used to filter thentrance to a storm drain?
CucamongaDan: Tobor the Grate
CucamongaDan: cartoon countdown?
CucamongaDan: roll tobor the 8th!
PeteFitzgerald: some modern sound effects were added to this upload, to "remaster" it.
Number13: nice song 🙂
PeteFitzgerald: "Call Robot Rooter, that's the name, and away go villains, down the drain!"
PeteFitzgerald: That villain profile was like Pokey from GUMBY!
PeteFitzgerald: Chief Fumblethumbs!
Number13: origin of Star Man
PeteFitzgerald: "I am Professor Genius." Well, you sure aren't Professor Modest!
EdWainwright: gotta go now, nite all
Number13: "Genius on my planet means stupid."
Number13: bye ed!
PeteFitzgerald: Night, Ed
PeteFitzgerald: This is like INFRA-MAN.
CucamongaDan: Night Ed!
PeteFitzgerald: Stan Lee!
Number13: "Hey that is me."
PeteFitzgerald: "Sorry about the face!"
Number13: "I can't take the way you talk anymore, back to death you go."
"This is how the human race will finish The Great Race. We will
continue to resurrect each other for centuries. But we will see the end
credits I assure you."
Number13: "You can see faster than normal eyes. The pie scene will be a breeze."
PeteFitzgerald: Professor drops his robe... "Do you like what you see?"
Number13: "What if I don't take the pledge?"
Number13: "Don't call me Ape Man."
PeteFitzgerald: "I'll take that pledge with all my micro atomic reactor.... Er, I mean, 'heart'."
Number13: "I will name you Tobor after my favorite earth film."
CucamongaDan: "filtering both ends makes them super energy boosters!"
Number13: "The doggy peed on me and really bruised my ego."
PeteFitzgerald: Pops Racer mourns Speed.
Number13: "David Hedison again!"
Number13: "It's time for 4D Man."
PeteFitzgerald: He ran so fast, he disintegrated.
Number13: bumbles bounce
CucamongaDan: I like how the car moves like its talking when the guy it is talking
PeteFitzgerald: GREAT RACE out-takes... only last 70 years.
CucamongaDan: I notice the bullet sound effects have been enhanced for stereo
Number13: "If only Ape Man were here."
PeteFitzgerald: those were completely added.
CucamongaDan: they played the music I know as the chase music in DEATH CURSE OF TARTU
I could barely hear this on the laptop speakers with the TV on in the
background , but its quite a busy and detailed soundtrack now
CucamongaDan: that I put earbuds in
Number13: "Many significant films add enhanced sound effects."
I think they added to the sound effects to copyright what might
otherwise be in the public domain (the english-dubbed version, anyway).
Number13: how many episodes are there?
Number13: more exciting than is possible to imagine
PeteFitzgerald: I tried to imagine excitement, but failed.
PeteFitzgerald: 56 episodes were made, 52 of which were dubbed into English.
CucamongaDan: that dino reminds me of animated ones from somewhere- Attack of the Super Monsters maybe?
Number13: hi hando!
Number13: 56 episodes! 😲
CucamongaDan: Hi Skipsburger
SkipStephensonsBurger: hi 13
PeteFitzgerald: Hi, meal-of-choice for a deceased former REAL PEOPLE co-host!
Burma Shave: ...
SkipStephensonsBurger: hi dan
CucamongaDan: wonder how they picked which 4 episodes shouldn't be dubbed into English
SkipStephensonsBurger: hi pete
I dunno... the same happened with SPEED RACER, Dan. In fact, there's
supposed to be a Japanese-language (with English subtitles) Blu set of
SPEED RACER released later this year, which will include the episodes
that were never dubbed... plus the regular episodes had a lot of
violence cut out of them.
Number13: I like dubbed
PeteFitzgerald: Me, too, especially the old-school dubbing of the 1960s/70s
PeteFitzgerald: Though i'll jump for that Japanese-version SPEED RACER set.
PeteFitzgerald: kitty! doggy!
SkipStephensonsBurger: The Ventures were a kickass surf rock band
PeteFitzgerald: The Ventures were gods... Ventures In space is one of the greatest albums of all time.
PeteFitzgerald: bulldog puppies!
Number13: okay, here are bunnies playing....and then chickens want to join in...
PeteFitzgerald: On paper that shouldn't work... but the video evidence proves otherwise.
PeteFitzgerald: "The Night of the Lepus ended on.... THE DAY THE CHICKENS GOT EVEN (1977)."
These days, Trixie usually comes into the room shortly before I go to
bed, waits patiently, then hops up and snuggles into the crook of my
legs (I sleep on my side), and goes to sleep as I drift off myself.
Felix hops up into a recliner and sleeps.
PeteFitzgerald: They're good kitties. 🙂
Number13: 🙂 that's nice
Number13: kitties make everything better
Number13: be back in a bit, goodnight if I don't come back in time
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THE UNDEAD (1957)
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