Johnny Cash 1979 Christmas Special

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Mark and Christopher discuss the strange and sometimes confusing Johnny Cash Christmas Special from 1979. Guests were Andy Kaufman, Tom T. Hall, Anne Murray.

 

Conan The Barbarian (1981)

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Made in 1981, but delayed until May of 1982 due to various cuts, mostly for violence, Conan the Barbarian was a decent hit, and made all concerned a good chunk of money, and, while it also may have spawned a series of inferior knock offs, it stands out as probably the best of the Sword and Sorcery genre, mostly because it takes itself seriously, and had the budget to back it up. The star of the movie is, of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and while the film is not quite the combination of quips and violence we come to expect from an Arnoldfest, his charm is undeniable.

So, with that in mind, join Mark and David as they discuss, and disagree, but also discover the warmth of friendship, the passion of love, and the wisdom of one who has suffered, all while watching a film which has what is sorely lacking today. A quote by Nietzsche.

 

Wonderbug (1976)

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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!

 

Interview with Lydia Criss

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Lydia Criss was kind enough to take the time to have a conversation with Alex Saltz from the ProAudio Times Podcast and David Lawler from the Misadventures of Blissville Podcast (and head writer at VHS Rewind!)

Lydia wrote an AMAZING book entitled ‘Sealed with a Kiss’ which shows never before seen or published KISS photos and intimate and personal photos she chose to share with the fans.

The book is only $39.95 and can be found here