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Episode 118 "The Wizard of Ink"
A Blogtalk Radio "Staff Pick" Show for 02/25/13
SPONSORED BY BACONERY
Just in time for the Oscars season, movies are in the air in a creative & thought-provoking show. The Recycled Movie Pitch makes its debut, and we learn about Tony Danza, John Travolta and Ben's internship with the Weasel People from beneath the Earth! Elsie has classic comic surprise in store for End of Show Food. Super Special Guest: Creator of the classic animated films "Fritz the Cat", "Lord of the Rings","Wizards" plus imaginative films like "Cool World" & more, the infamous Ralph Bakshi shares fascinating tales of cinema-making, inside scoops, his beef with director Peter Jackson, must-hear advice for all budding animators & a current return to film animation!
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with The Most Jimmy Falcon, Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina and Koriander Ake welcome legendary Animator and Director, Ralph Bakshi!
You may know Ralph from such works as Directing and Writing the film Fritz the Cat, his work on Mighty Mouse the New Adventures, Spider-Man the TV Series, and numerous other works!!!!
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actor/Writer/Prouducer/Author, Steve Stoliar, Known for his work on "Murder, She Wrote" "The New WKRP In Cincinatti" "You're In The Super Bowl, Charlie Brown" and "Simon and Simon" (Among others) as well as the author of "My Years Inside Groucho's House", about his years knowing Groucho Marx, as well as Actor and Animator , Milton Knight, Known for his work on a variety of TV Shows and Films, Including "Sonic The Hedgehog" "Cool World" and "The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat"! JOIN US!
"The Best of 2013"
In our ninety-minute 36th episode, Marc and John look back at special moments from the last year and celebrate what lies ahead in the next year! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll throw up in your mouth a little....with exclusives, revelations, and appearances by Comedians Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood (Whose Line Is It Anyway), two-time Golden Gloves boxing champion and former trainer on NBC "The Biggest Loser" Cara Castronuova, infamous animator/director Ralph Bakshi, Santa Claus' only remaining relative Mr. Bumblebrinx, and many more! The worst impressions, best game moments, and some of the best End of Show foods! A wild ride and lots of fun!
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Brian Patton, author of The Sexy Vegan’s Happy Hour at Home: Small Plates, Big Flavors, and Potent Cocktails (New World Library, June 1, 2013). In addition we’ll chat with animator Eugene Hamm, about his 18 minute short Cook For Your Life. When Brian Patton, a regular guy rather than a highfalutin chef, began posting videos on YouTube as his hilarious alter ego, “The Sexy Vegan,” he achieved celebrity status, including a book deal for his first book The Sexy Vegan Cookbook. In his new book, recipes include yamburger sliders, seven-second salsa, cucumber almond dates, and heart of palm ceviche. The book also has innovative delights such as rhubarb pancakes and rhubarb mimosas, because, as Brian writes, it's always 5 o’clock somewhere. Eugene Hamm is an animator whose 18 minute short COOK FOR YOUR LIFE is about a chicken, a pig, and a bull who wake up one morning to find they are the last three animals the farmer hasn't eaten and they have until lunchtime to turn him into a vegetarian. It is part comedy, part cooking show. Hamm is an animator on such shows as The Smurfs, Gumby, Ralph Bakshi's Lord of the Rings, Liquid Television and music videos.
First there was the Super Bowl and now The Grammys are upon us! So this time we'll make an attempt at competing (but not really) against the legendary music show with our ever popular Grindhouse edition of Afronerd Radio. Pull up a seat and listen to The Comic Shoppe this Sunday starting at 6pm. Join Daryll B., Dburt and Captain Kirk as they pontificate on the following "nerdic" fare: the Latino Review reports that the Hulk may end up with a Planet Hulk/Avengers tie-in story or the silver screen at some point in the future; a recent Robot 6 article puts focus on the dearth of Black writers at DC and Marvel; is the JLA movie in distress?-a writer is let go and Paul Dini (Batman Animated Series, Justice League Animated) states that he wouldn't be interested in writing a live action version and lastly, a discussion of race and and animation-the Shadow & Act site highlights Ralph Bakshi's Coonskin as well as Warner Bros' controversial cartoon past. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620!
Next up, Afronerd Radio bats second at 7pm eastern. Captain Kirk and Dburt wax on the following topics: rogue LA cop, Christopher Dorner rampages vowing revenge against a police force he deems corrupt; quite a bit of nastiness on the part of Facebook for their refusal to remove a racist page; more on Roots Vs Django with the cast of Roots; the HufPost's Black Voices has an interesting op-ed by Clarence Haynes regarding his fondness for comics-specifically, the character Storm from The X-Men and lastly, The Root denotes the historical origins of the "Blerd" (Afronerd sounds better, doesn't it?). Whew....so check us out post haste!
Bobby Bakshi left a Fortune 100 job to create his first company Resonant Insights. He blends fundamentals of branding and human development to inspire people to be their best. He can be reached at www.resonantinsights.com
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Wherein Jonathan analyzes animated films from yesteryear.
The films in question:
1) Ralph Bakshi's Lord of the Rings (1978)
2) The Secret of Nimh (1982)
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