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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

The Overnightscape 1022: The Video Dead (11/13/13)

1:50:28 – Frank on the streets of NYC, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Cold morning, junk in coat, bags, a farewell to Blockbuster, history of home viewing of movies, TV reviews (“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”, “Orange Is The New Black”), recording from 2/23/90 on the latest Overnightscape Central, what could have been, The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) PEP?, the cool ramen guy is gone, Naruto, the cartoon universe, and much more… plus the Other Side (at 1:10:12)… Mickey & Friends Tram [collection], WGN Channel 9 – Bugs Bunny & Friends (Commercial Break #2, 1981) [FuzzyMemories.TV], The Games of Starcade – Bag Man [YouTube], Mexican Ice Truck by Gulf of Brass [, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Infrarave by Cybie [collection], WLS Channel 7 – Fridays (Promo #2, 1980) [FuzzyMemories.TV], De Repente California by Diversos [Jamendo, CC BY 3.0], George Interviewed by Tommy & Dick Smothers (11/15/68, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour) [collection], PAH TRACK 6 by Largo02 [Dogmazic, CC BY-NC-ND 2.5], Agnew Resigns [collection], Conquer Of Hamster Mountain by Lee Rosevere [CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Come Back To Arizona by Polar Lion [Onsug, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Nimba Tang’s Fish & Slang #1 by Another Flask of Weird [, CC BY-ND 3.0], WFLD Channel 32 – Scared Straight! (Part 1, 1979) [FuzzyMemories.TV], Variatio 1 a 1 Clav. [The Open Goldberg Variations, played by by Kimiko Ishizaka, public domain], Tito Speaks To American Reporter [collection], Doing Eurodisco (Overboard) (ft. Shannon Hurley) by Ic3m4n [ccMixter, CC BY-NC 3.0].


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posted by Frank at 5:09 pm filed in Frank,Nov13  

1 Comment »

  1. I responded in length to your thoughts on Blockbuster going out of business today. The show’ll be up Friday night. My thoughts on Blockbuster are mostly negative, too…mostly because I worked there right after Suncoast. I was very valued at Suncoast for my movie knowledge, but at Blockbuster I was treated like another warm body by my managers and the customers. It was very depressing.

    Comment by Mike — November 14, 2013 @ 9:22 pm

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