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Award-winning actor Barry Bostwick reminisces about The Rocky Horror Picture Show in this annual tribute to the bizarre cult classic. He also talks with Alan Levy, CEO of BlogTalkRadio, and other fans concerning the popular midnight shows connected with this outrageous movie. Bostwick, who played the key role of “Brad Majors,” Susan Sarandon’s naïve boyfriend, speaks candidly regarding his experiences connected with the film -- including weather problems, what it was like working with Susan Sarandon, his favorite scene in the movie, and much more. As an added attraction, filmmakers Larry Viezel and Shawn Stutler call in to preview Rocky Horror Saved My Life, their upcoming documentary about Rocky Horror fans.
Bostwick has appeared in over 100 films and television productions. He may be best-known as the clueless mayor on Spin City. However, he’s a triple-threat entertainer -- singer, dancer, actor -- who created the role of Danny Zuko in Grease on Broadway and won a Tony for his work in The Robber Bridegroom. He’s appeared in TV programs like Cougar Town, Glee, Law & Order SVU, George Washington, and War and Remembrance (for which he earned a Golden Globe). Among Bostwick’s numerous movies are: Movie Movie; 101 Dalmatians II; Some Guy Who Kills People; and FDR: American Badass!
Award-winning actor Barry Bostwick returns to talk about starring in FDR: American Badass, a slapstick comedy scheduled for DVD release this month. Bostwick may be best-known as the clueless mayor on Spin City or as Susan Sarandon’s naïve boyfriend in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. However, he’s a triple-threat entertainer -- singer, dancer, actor -- who created the role of Danny Zuko in Grease on Broadway, won a Tony for his work in The Robber Bridegroom and a Golden Globe for his performance in War and Remembrance.
In FDR: American Badass, Bostwick portrays the 32nd U.S. President as a werewolf killer who rides around in a “wheelchair of death” while stopping werewolves carrying the polio virus. According to movie fans who’ve already seen this film, Bostwick is absolutely hilarious!
During the last part of this episode, dance innovator Christopher Scott is also expected to call in.
The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed actor Barry Bostwick (The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Spin City), writer/producer Ryan Levin and director Jack Perez about their new film Some Guy Who Kills People.
For more information on the film, including upcoming festival playdates, visit the official website at www.SomeGuyWhoKillsPeople.com.
Plus, a review of the latest movie news, listener emails, and a list of the 20 greatest film performances of all time.
It’s sugar and spice and everything Dave Barry Wednesday, December 24, 2014, 3 pm ET when The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds welcomes the humorist to Halli’s table for a conversation that we promise you will bring you everything nice.
Does Dave Barry really need an introduction? Dave Barry is the Pulitzer Prize-winning, New York Times bestselling author and columnist, who wrote a nationally syndicated humor column for The Miami Herald from 1983 to 2005. He has also written more than 30 books, including novels and non-fiction, his most recent bestsellers include INSANE CITY and I’LL MATURE WHEN I’m DEAD. Two of Barry’s books became the basis for the CBS sitcom Dave’s World.
Dave Barry is the gift that keeps on giving. The humorist is out with yet another hysterically funny book, a gem that will keep you laughing uproariously: YOU CAN DATE BOYS WHEN YOU’RE FORTY, which he bills as Dave Barry on parenting and other topics he knows very little about. Oh, boy, here we go…
Join us Wednesday, December 24, 2014, 3 pm ET for Dave Barry: A Conversation on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Funny Minds. For more information on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
Cameron is on vacation soaking up Labor Day weekend, but Barry will be live. Sitting in for Cam will be Margaret McLean. She's a former prosecutor, an acclaimed author, and an excellent media personality. They'll be talking about the danger that ISIS may represent for the United States. And as the NFL season gets ready for kickoff, we'll take a look at some big crime and sports stories.
"Today's Inspiration" with Lisa Barry. A lighthearted look at life...with love and laughter. Lisa connects with listeners hoping to share her life lessons and inspire others with her perspective to live with much joy and happiness. Call in to speak with the Host. www.bodymindspiritradio.com
"Today's Inspiration" with Lisa Barry. A lighthearted look at life...with love and laughter. Lisa connects with listeners hoping to share her life lessons and inspire others with her perspective to live with much joy and happiness. Call in to speak with the Host! www.bodymindspiritradio.com
"Today's Inspiration" with Lisa Barry. A lighthearted look at life...with love and laughter. Lisa connects with listeners hoping to share her life lessons and inspire others with her perspective to live with much joy and happiness. www.bodymindspiritradio.com
"Most People Don't Really Know Me!" - Marion Barry Jr. Those are the first words written in his book. 3RD EYE OPEN celebrates Marion Barry Jr. as an American Icon. Young Marion became an Eagle Scout and earned a degree in chemistry from LeMoyne College in Memphis in 1958. As a sophomore, Mr. Barry joined the LeMoyne chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and became chapter president his senior year.While studying for his master’s degree at Fisk University in Nashville, he organized a campus N.A.A.C.P. chapter. Early in 1960, he helped organize the first lunch counter sit-ins in Nashville. That April, he and other student leaders met with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Mr. Barry became its first national chairman. After a year as a teaching assistant at the University of Tennessee. In June 1965 he moved to Washington, where reporters occasionally referred to him as a “dashiki-clad militant.” A powerful speaker and street campaigner, he began pressing for home rule for the District of Columbia, a battle eventually won. He had found fertile political soil, since residents had only recently won the right to vote in presidential elections and had virtually no say in governing themselves. In 1967, Mr. Barry started a jobs program for poor blacks, winning federal grants worth several million dollars. He won his first election in February 1970, to a citizens’ board created to smooth relations between police officers and black residents. In 1978 he ran for mayor and defeated the incumbent, Walter E. Washington
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