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David finds "the other secret room" which holds the storage for Roger's unlimited supply of brandy.
 :P

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Calendar Events / Announcements '05 II / Re: Today's Birthday!
« on: September 02, 2005, 07:31:12 PM »
Happy Big Birthday Raineypark!  [crowdhappy] [occasion13] [occasion15] [occasion16] [occasion18]

May all your shadows be dark and may the moon shine its face upon you. [Wolfie]

Michael



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Calendar Events / Announcements '05 II / Re: New Member
« on: September 02, 2005, 07:16:42 PM »
Good Morning Starshine
The earth says "hello"
You twinkle above us
We twinkle below.

Good Morning Starshine
You lead us along
My love and me as we sing
Our early morning singin' song

Gliddy glub gloopy; Nibby nabby noopy   
La la la lo lo...
Sabba sibby sabba; Nooby abba nabba
Le le lo lo...
Tooby ooby walla; Nooby abba nabba
Early morning singin' song.

 [flower] Welcome to the board
Michael

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Caption This! - 1795/1796 / Re: Episode #0405
« on: September 02, 2005, 06:59:30 PM »
Grayson: These whalebone corsets will be the death of me. Dan can't keep forcing us to wear then, I won't even do it for Sam!
Clarice: That's funny, Dan doesn't make me wear one.
 :-X

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Caption This! - 1995-Gerard and Daphne-Summer of '70 / Re: Episode #1091
« on: September 01, 2005, 02:31:49 AM »
"But I am Jonathan Brewster..."
 [frankie]

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Caption This! - 1795/1796 / Re: Episode #0405
« on: September 01, 2005, 02:28:02 AM »
Juila (singing):"Heathcliff, It's me, Cathy...I've come home to Wuthering, Wuthering, Wuthering Heights..."
 [gramophone]

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Caption This! - 1795/1796 / Re: Episode #0404
« on: September 01, 2005, 02:24:02 AM »
Barnabas and Millicent's "Living Ventrilloquist Doll" act was the hit of the 1795 family Christmas party,
Barnabas: "Now Millie will do a little song for us"
Millie: "THis is for Nathan, 'twas on the good ship Veeee Nus..."
 ;D

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Caption This! - 1995-Gerard and Daphne-Summer of '70 / Re: Episode #1091
« on: August 31, 2005, 10:02:00 PM »
David and Kathy experience once again what happens when ABC camermen indulge at the Mexican buffet during a long Union lunch hour.
 :-X

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Caption This! - 1995-Gerard and Daphne-Summer of '70 / Re: Episode #1091
« on: August 31, 2005, 09:19:48 PM »
Julia: Dinner vill be served promptly at 8:00. Those who are late will not receive fruit cup!
Barnabas (off screen) : Than you, Frau Hoffman.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '05 II / Re: Happy Birthday to Elmont
« on: August 31, 2005, 08:54:10 PM »
 ;D All The best Elmont, it odes indeed sound like you had a great day. I saw Phantom in Raleigh a few years ago, and while I didn't find the movie perfect or at all definitive, its hard not to like it on some level. New York is a great place for a  [occasion13] [occasion15] [occasion16]. I have a photo of my wife and I at my desk, celebrating my August birthday at the Jekyll and Hyde Club, during the 2001 DS Convention Weekend.
    Say, won't your next year's birthday be right around the 2005 DS Weekend?...

Have you cake and Edith too

Michael

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Calendar Events / Announcements '05 II / Re: Dick Cavett Show on DVD
« on: August 30, 2005, 09:12:55 PM »
"Seizure" is the only other video with Jonathan Frid I've ever seen available anywhere, but it has never (at least officially   ::)) been released on DVD. Amazon still lists it on VHS, but their "availability" feature often leaves a little to be desired. With the interest in Frid, Oliver Stone, and Martine Beswick, I'm surprised its not more widely available. I would suspect its related to legal rights to the film and that Stone no longer finds it of interest, he no longer lists it on his official resume.
   Frid's other film, the TV movie "The Devil's Daughter" used to run on SciFi channel once in a blue moon. I think I taped it off there a few years back. Abe Vigoda is in it too.

Michael

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Caption This! - 1897 / Re: Episode #0827
« on: August 26, 2005, 09:41:51 PM »
Petofi: I have seen the future, Aristede...pizza parlors, 24 hour donut shoppes, cheese in aerosal cans, all you can eat buffets in some place called Las Vegas! I will not be satisfied 'till I can permanently transcend time!
 [banana] [icecream] [occasion15] [tongue3]

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Caption This! - The Werewolf-Quentin's Ghost / Re: Episode #0658
« on: August 25, 2005, 04:40:39 PM »
Julia become addicted to crooning tunes from "Little Shop of Horrors", "I thrill when I remove a bicuspid, but they say I'm mal-a-just-ed, Oh when you're a dennnnntissttt..."
 :-*

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Caption This! - 1897 / Re: Episode #0810
« on: August 25, 2005, 04:33:38 PM »
Magda: Mr. Aristede, I don't need to be no gypsy to tell you that mirror wasn't going to tell you that you're the fairest of them all.
 :P

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Calendar Events / Announcements '05 II / Lara Parker in "Hi, Mom"
« on: August 24, 2005, 09:28:01 PM »
   Browsing through those $5.00 videos at the local CVS, I ran accross "Hi, Mom"  (1970) which I'd been curious to see as not only is it a very early Brian DePalma film, it had an interesting cast including Jennifer Salt ("Soap"/"Play It Again Sam"), Gerrit Graham ("Phantom of the Paradise"/Dan Curtis's "The Love Letter"), a very young Robert DeNiro and our own Lara Parker. I'd read a few reviews so i was prepared for the dated style and "messages" of the film. The plot, if there is one, has Robert DeNiro as a young filmmaker trying to see "Peep Art" or amateur films he makes from filming the activity in the apartment building across from his.(Obviously, his main intent is to satisfy his voyeurism and make a buck off it.) Lara Parker and her family are one of the apartments he (briefly) films. Lara's appearence in the film is relatively short, aside from the window views, in her case very simple domestic life, we later see her at the camera shop where DeNiro is also a customer, but mostly hear her discuss the home movie camera. We later see her use it with her family, her real life sons play themselves, and she vanishes from the film after running into the very taciturn Gerrit in the elevator. This whole scene is shot from her POV as she is narrating her home movie. The most interesting thing is Lara's voice is unlike the Angelique voice or her voice now. She still has a soft Tennessee accent here. Of course, the few times she's in front of the camera, she's immediately recognizable.
     I can't actually recommend the film. The scene that Lara's last appearence segues into is a very badly dated "Performance Art" or "Theatre of Reality" scene called "Be Black Baby" that is pretty hard to watch at times, not only because of the brutal confrontationalism, but that part of it is a viscious rape (fortunatlely not Lara!). Also, the DeNiro character commits an act of urban terrorism at the end that is also supposed to be laughed off, but's really too pointless and savage in the context of viewing the film today to be able to balance it with the satiric tome of the first third of the film. So be forwarned. But for $5.00 my curiousity was finally satisfied. Its now somewhat easliy found on DVD as well.

Michael