Episode 27 – An Interview with Rachel Lindsay Greenbush
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Mark reached out to Rachel Lindsay Greenbush who agreed to come onto Walnut GroveCast for an Interview! I couldn’t be more thankful! We discussed her love of riding horses, what it was like for her and her sister on the set of Little House on the Prairie and what she is up to now!
Mark had the pleasure of interviewing Charlotte Stewart for Walnut GroveCast. Charlotte Stewart is of course most famous for her role as the schoolmarm ‘Miss Beadle’ on Little House on the Prairie and her mesmerizing work with director David Lynch.
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Brett Weiss has authored many many books on pop culture such as “The 100 Greatest Console Video Games: 1977-1987”, “Classic Home Video Games, 1972-1984” and even penned the remarkable “Encyclopedia of KISS”. I was honored to steal some of Brett’s time and we discussed what projects he is working on as well as what drives him.
Made in the waning days of the Krofft empire, Wonderbug still stands out as a quite entertaining little diversion. With each episode running at around 10+ minutes, and functioning as basically a Human cartoon, Wonderbug is the story of thee teenagers in their late 20’s who discover a magic horn that they attach to a rotted out old dune buggy, which, when honked, turns it into the magical, red, sometimes full size, sometimes plastic toy, sometimes hand puppet, Schlepcar! As stated before, the episodes are short, so they rarely outstay their welcome, despite the general silliness of the premise.
So, join Mark and David as they get nostalgic about all things Krofft, and delve deep into the lost (as in Land of the) classic from the 70’s, Wonderbug!