Sunday, June 19, 2016

NIACW 157 Heat

Happy Father’s Day. “It’s not a perfect movie but I think it’s a perfect experience,” is what Drew says about his favorite movie Heat.
De Niro, Pacino, Kilmer, Trejo, Levine, Judd, Rollins, and Sizemore… it’s an all-star cast. Oh and Bro J didn’t enjoy it very much.
Besides Heat, los hermanos Anderson reference the following:
LA Takedown
Eddie Bunker, criminal technical advisor who had the dubious honor of being the youngest ever inmate in San Quentin State Prison.
Val Kilmer's Elbow
John Skipp and Craig Spector's The Scream
Introverts and Extroverts
You're Lucky You're Funny - How Life Becomes a Sit-Com by Phil Rosenthal
Everybody Loves Raymond, Season 8, Episode 22: The Mentor
Travis Bickle On The Riviera - the Michael Mann episode
City Diner, Anchorage, Alaska
Hunter TV Series 1984-1991
Matt Houston 1982-1985
Mark Harmon - Sexiest Man Alive 1986
North Hollywood Shootout
Cooley's Anemia / Thalassemia
Rock Solid Podcast
The Mental Illness Happy Hour
There’s a nice introvert/extrovert Father’s Day chunk of stories from 53:45-1:07:35
Another set of Father’s Day stories is after 2:14:30
File length 2:50:47
File Size 156.6 MB
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Cecil B. DeMille (1881 – 1959), the famous Hollywood film director and producer, is the subject of many legends. According to one famous story, DeMille once directed a film that required a huge, expensive battle scene. Filming on location in a California valley, the director set up multiple cameras to capture the action from every angle. It was a sequence that could only be done once. When DeMille yelled “Action!,” thousands of extras playing soldiers stormed across the field, firing their guns. Riders on horseback galloped over the hills. Cannons fired, pyrotechnic explosives were blown up, and battle towers loaded with soldiers came toppling down. The whole sequence went off perfectly. At the end of the scene, DeMille yelled “Cut!” He was then informed, to his horror, that three of the four cameras recording the battle sequence had failed. In Camera #1, the film had broken. Camera #2 had missed shooting the sequence when a dirt clod was kicked into the lens by a horse’s hoof. Camera #3 had been destroyed when a battle tower had fallen on it. DeMille was at his wit’s end when he suddenly remembered that he still had Camera #4, which he had placed along with a cameraman on a nearby hill to get a long shot of the battle sequence. DeMille grabbed his megaphone and called up to the cameraman, “Did you get all that?” The cameraman on the hill waved and shouted back, “Ready when you are, C.B.!”. from

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