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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

What Have We Learned in 2014?

It's time for the annual clip show - a look back at the year just ending - to prep for the one just beginning. So what did we learn in 2014?



We learned that perhaps the finest ski slob comedy ever came out in 1984...













We learned that making a low budget horror movie in the early 80's can be a wild experience...






Gonna gitcha! Gonna gitcha!








We learned that I was still doing extra work in 1993...






Working with Jeri Ryan on the beach - a GOOD day to be an extra on Matlock.










We learned that Sean Connery's brother Neil Connery got to play a plastic surgeon archer spy in an Italian movie in the 1960's!





















We learned that Jason Voorhees was so pervasive in pop culture in the late 80's he could appear on a TV talk show...



















We learned that even 85 year old character actors know good blogging when they see it...






Thankfully I didn't need to resort to this method to get him to agree to the video...










We learned that sometimes a director can be too young...







Another beautiful woman - Jada Pinkett - and another day on the beach.
I had such a tough job.









We learned that Australian filmmakers in the 1970's knew how to make a martial arts movie...even if Bruce Lee had died!















We learned that you can get from Tom Atkins to Britt Ekland in less than six costars...




















We learned that sometimes you do need to get a good look at the monster...













We learned that the walkie talkie used to be a very important piece of equipment on a film set...












And lastly, we learned that one show about two people driving a fast car was all CBS needed in the early 80's...

















Thanks for everything in 2014! See you in 2015 - and until then, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

4 comments:

  1. It was a good year and I still say sex in the snow just sounds cold.

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  2. It has been a great year, Craig! Looking forward to 2015!

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