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TBTL- Too Beautiful to Live
#3561 Take It Back To Grandma Town

TBTL- Too Beautiful to Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 88:09


Andrew and Luke get ready for Thanksgiving by remembering the smell of their grandma's cupboards and taking a COVID test, respectively. They also learn a fascinating detail about Pee-Wee's Big Adventure as they say farewell to the man who played Crazy Larry. 

Omni Talk
Fast Five | A&M Stops By To Talk Casper, Retail Media Networks, & The Delivery Wars

Omni Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 45:01


In this week's Fast Five Podcast, sponsored by Takeoff, the A&M Consumer and Retail Group, and Attentive, Chad Lusk and Abhinav Chandra of the A&M Consumer & Retail Group join Chris Walton and Anne Mezzenga to talk: - Casper going private. - The rise of retail media networks through the lens of Albertsons. - Instacart's, what some may call, "desperate," new shopping features. - Instant Turkish delivery startup Getir launching in Chicago. - And a deal from Chase and GoPuff that seems almost too Crazy Larry to believe is real but it actually is! There's all that, plus Chad's favorite Harry Styles song, the great Christmas tree debate, and our favorite Kmart memories from our childhood. To learn more about the A&M Consumer & Retail Group, visit: https://alvarezandmarsal-crg.com/ To learn more about Takeoff, visit: www.takeoff.com/ To learn more about Attentive, visit: www.attentivemobile.com/omnitalk Plus, check out our ranking in Feedspot's 45 Top Retail Podcasts: blog.feedspot.com/retail_podcasts/ Music by HookSounds.com

Solid Six
Episode 78: Out of the Past

Solid Six

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 111:22


Brady, Josh and Alison take a drag with Out Of The Past - the 1947 film noir classic starring Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, Kirk Douglas and directed by Jacques Tourneur.Plus!Nemesis, Psych Out, Dirty Marry, Crazy Larry, The Haunting of Hill House, Labyrinth of Cinema, Leave Her To Heaven, Dangerous Minds, The Friends of Eddie Coyle, stylized dialogues, cigarette jousting and seminars that keep us from doing weird stuff!Leave us a voicemail! We'll play it on the show. Letterboxd: Alison, Josh, BradyEmail us - podcast@solidsix.netFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Leave a review on Apple Podcasts!

Retro Disney World Podcast
69 - Pleasure Island Part III

Retro Disney World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 112:45


Welcome to Episode 69 of the RetroWDW Podcast: Pleasure Island Part II – We appreciate your support and hope you have been enjoying each and every episode. Be sure to check out some of our previous shows from over the years. We have visited multiple parks, resorts, and just about everything else in between. We hope you stick with us through 2021 as we bring you some great content that will take you back to WDW each month.  Enjoy! Listener Mail Right to the mailbag this month! The bag is full and we love that! Every month, you can possibly get on the show, so be sure to write to us at podcast@retrowdw.com. Also, top-tier donors can even join us on a show! Take a look at how you can join us live on an episode. Joie is up first this month – sharing a photo collection of every page from ‘The Magic of Disneyland & Walt Disney World' from 1979. Click Here to see all this hard work – thank you!! Joie also shared packaging from Todd's infamous “Squeaky Mickey”. This is HUGE! From 1978, this mickey toots his own horn, blows bubbles, and party favors. Take a look at this! Big thanks to Joie for the fun mail items this month. We spoke about Squeaky Mickey on Episode 7 and Episode 8. Our next message is from Michael Landis. He decided to reach out and ask about SMTV: Space Mountain TV. Here is a video for reference. We get into what the point of this was, including Crazy Larry! This is a great flashback to the 90s and New Tomorrowland. One item from that refurb that is possibly lost in your memories. Michael notes that it was very similar to a cross between MTV and Nickelodeon of the time.  The preshow videos were tied to the Fedex Sponsorship with took effect in 1993, more research on who created the video loop is needed. The video loop continued to run, minus the Fedex ads after 2003 when the Fedex sponsorship ended, until around 2009 when the queue was remodeled. Lindsay writes in to share about another Tom Cruise experience. She was working in the College Program in 2012 and was assigned to Cinderella's Royal Table, on the date she was supposed to be taking a cast tour of the Dream Suite, Tom Cruise and his daughter ended up booking the room and her tour was canceled.  She goes on to say that Tom ordered some food from the kitchen and other staff members from the restaurant took it up to the suite. People magazine covered the stay Cody then asks about the Epcot confusion of the East/West sections of Future World. Since Epcot was built on a north/south orientation with the entrance at the northern end of the park, it was decided to use the compass points for east and west for the two sides of CommuniCore and the Pavilions. Cody then asked about expansion of the monorail system asking if it was mostly the cost, the cost of creating new monorail lines was the main issue along with the flexibility of busses being another important factor. Cody's last question was about when the ability to ride in the front of the monorails went away, which was stopped after the fatal monorail crash the evening of July 5th 2009 near the Magic Kingdom. Our last letter comes from Tobias a new listener to the podcast who might have had another celebrity encounter. He tells the story of a park closing in 1983 being brought into the Magic Shop at the Magic Kingdom where he was asked to see and assist several magic tricks being presented by someone who was dressed like Michael Jackson but called himself Michael Jason.  If anyone knows of any of the magicians who might match this memory please let us know. Main Topic Welcome back to Pleasure Island! This is part three of our trilogy, which could possibly have a part four in the near future. We have been all over for our first two episodes, Part I & Part II. For this episode though, we are going to dig into two of the more famous Pleasure Island venues, The Comedy Warehouse & The Adventurer's Club. The Comedy Warehouse We begin with The Comedy Warehouse, which is actually the current location of STK. How leads us once again, starting off with typefaces, logos, and Brian also gets things going with a short history of comedy in the 70s & 80s. This is a super interesting look at the warehouse which discusses the concept art and also the club atmosphere, which is pretty much lost to history. One super interesting part of How's take on this club is the use of props and Disney items. I absolutely love how they tied all of this into the Comedy Warehouse. Finally, How drops the bomb on us that the show was totally scripted and wasn't standard, open mic comedy. The show actually made fun of Walt Disney World. We have a video on our YouTube Channel, and you can check that out right here. The outside of the building was themed to a warehouse with corrugated metal siding and sporting various editions of the signage until one with chattering teeth and mixed letting on the Warehouse section were used from that point on. Brian leads a brief discussion of the expansion of comedy clubs in the late 70's into the 80's.  Before this period comedians were relegated to opening acts, but suddenly various clubs were being opened in major cities nationwide. The expansion of cable channels started to push major comedy specials which lead to more comedy clubs opening. The entrance to the club was near the West End Stage with the queue running outside the club.  A temporary popup bar originally served those waiting, later a bar named Laughers was built to handle drinks for people waiting in the queue outside which was outside. Inside the theater there were three sections, floor, mid and balcony areas which could hold up to 290 guests, each seating row had stools to sit on and a pathway behind where the waiters could come and provide food and drinks. The concept art showed a couple of different possible stage setups, the warehouse ended up having a large number of rare and unique Disney props all over the walls.  Although most comedy clubs of the time would just have several stand-up comedians perform each night with a couple of clubs devoted to Improv, the Comedy Warehouse opened with a stage show called Forbidden Disney which was set up to make fun of all aspects of a Disney Vacation.   The show was written and directed by Tom Sherohman who also worked on some of the Adventures Club and Wonders of Life skits. The show was over 60 minutes in length and presented as a show inside a show, the performers were stuck in line elsewhere, but the staff needed to start the show.  The show featured three main vacationers, a Father who wanted to do everything, a Mother who wanted to take it easier and a Daughter who didn't want to be there at all. The first version of the show lasted about a year, between management's hesitation at running the show and the lack of interest from repeat Pleasure Island visitors.   Various segments of the show were still included after the change to an improv show. Chris Oyen, who moved to the Orlando area in 1990, was responsible for the direction for the new Improv style shows The Improv format continued to draw crowds until the closing of the Pleasure Island clubs in 2008.  In later years the warehouse would just sometimes have show normal stand up shows instead of improv.  One of the regular most memorable improv show techniques was to use a phone that would ring one of the phones at the end of the rows of the audience and build a song based on the feedback from the call.  Most of the other skits would take the random suggestions from the audience to build their comedy routines The comedy warehouse cast has reunited a number of times since the club closed, including some holiday shows at the Hollywood studios.  After a brief discussion of which hosts had visited the club during it's years of operation before we head across the west end to the Adventures Club. The Adventurers Club An all-time fan favorite that led to Mr. Toad level protest and outrage when it closed. It was patterned off the NYC Explorer's Club from the early 1900s. This dinner theater/dinner show/theme bar/everything else you want to refer it to was something different when compared to all the other clubs. Improvised characters, animatronics, multiple rooms, and multiple floors all went together to make this a super fun experience. As a group, we all get into our own personal experiences with The Adventurer's Club. Each of us went in different eras and also have different opinions on the club. Todd has an especially fun story that connected his family to the club and it sounds like it was a great time. We have a few different videos on our YouTube channel, which you can check out here and here. While the Adventurer's Club has left us, the memories are everlasting for many, many fans. As stated earlier in the Podcast, there seems to be the need for a fourth part of the Pleasure Island saga. This could very well end up as a box set on your bookshelf in the future! As always, when How gets into things the details are immense and the stories are plentiful. Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoyed this almost finished journey through Pleasure Island. The entrance to the Adventures Club started as a very plain building before remodeling in the early 90s.  The club was modeled after New York's Explorers Club which was founded in the early 1900's as well as other adventure style clubs of that era. The backstory for the club was that it was New Years Eve 1937 and the club was holding an Open House for all of those interested. Guests would enter on the second floor and pick up a schedule for the events of the evening.  The events would be split between the mask room, treasure room, the salon and the Library which was the largest room in the club. The Mezzanine level had numerous artifacts and black and white photos as well as some seating areas, there was a small bar on this level with an elevator and staircase that lead down to the main floor. The Main Salon was the central area of the club with the primary bar located here.  The bar had a number of themed alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks as well as some special bar stools that could be slowly lowered by the bartenders.  On one of the walls of the Main Salon was the Yakoose an animatronic mounted head that would come to life during the night and talk with the guests or Babylonia who was a large stone face puppet on the opposite wall.  The final character in the main salon was Colonel Critchlow Sunchbench who would interact with the other Adventure's Club cast as well as lead the new inductees in the club song. There were two small rooms off of the Main Salon, the Mask Room and the Treasure Room.  Inside the Mask Room, two large masks at the front of the room, Arnie and Claude talked, while other masks in the room moved their eyes, moved and laughed.  In the Treasure Room who would find the genie Beezle who's head would appear and float around in one of the cabinets. The largest room on the first floor was the Library a two-level space where the grand piano has crashed down from the second floor killing the pianist who haunts the piano as Fingers Zambezi.  The shows in the Library were usually held around every 40 minutes or so and included shows such as: Welcome Party Radio Broadcast The Balderdash Cup Competition The RadioThon The Hoopla – which was the final show of the evening There was a regular cast of characters at the Club, the actors could and would change characters throughout the night, the usual characters included:             Pamelia Perkins – Club President.             Otis T. Wren – Club Treasurer and ichthyologist             Hathaway Browne – Aviator, and the club's resident innuendo-making ladies' man.             Fletcher Hodges – Absent-minded Club Curator, he is said to have “mounted every object in the club.”             Graves – Club Butler.             The Maid             Marcel – A man in an ape suit   The Adventures Club offered Club Memberships for a reasonable fee per year bringing in more and more locals who would return weekly or more often to partake in the club's activities. One of the downsides of the Club was some of the confusion, which may have been planned, that new people would feel walking into the Club, seeing the schedule and having no idea what any of it meant.  When the main show was going on in the Library the club was rather dead, a explanation video or something else to help first-timers might have been helpful. A discussion was held about the locals who held a great fandom of the adventures club in comparison to other group event fandoms such as the Rocky Horror Picture show. The Jekyll And Hyde Club in New York City has a similar intent to the concept of the Adventures Club with different rooms and different events happening during the dining experience.  The closest experience still left at Walt Disney World would be the Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen which has different themed rooms with various artifacts and jokes found throughout the building. The Adventures Club, along with the rest of Pleasure Island, closed on Sept 27th 2008,  the cast reunited for one last performance and “membership renewal” during the 2014 D23 Destination D event at the Contemporary Resort

Tea With Twiggy
#38 - Susan George

Tea With Twiggy

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 59:15


Susan George is an English film and television actress and producer. She was born in Surbiton, Surrey (now London). Susan trained at the Stage School, Corona Theatre School and has acted since the age of four.She is best known for appearing in such films as Straw Dogs (1971) with Dustin Hoffman, Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974) with Peter Fonda, and Mandingo (1975) with Ken Norton.The music for the podcast is Twiggy's version of "Waterloo Sunset" by the Kinks and can be found on Apple Music at this link https://music.apple.com/gb/album/romantically-yours/693460953If you’ve enjoyed listening to “Tea With Twiggy” please give take a moment to give us a lovely 5 STAR rating on Apple Podcasts. It really helps other people to find the show. If you haven’t done so already please subscribe to this podcast so you auto-magically get the next episodes for free and do tell all your friends and family about it too. If you want to connect with me I’d love to hear from you.You can find me on Twitter @TwiggyOr you can find me on Instagram @TwiggyLawsonMy thanks go to all the people that have helped this podcast happen:● Many thanks to James Carrol and all the team at Northbank Talent Management● Thanks to all the team at Stripped Media including Ben Williams, who edits the show, my producer Kobi Omenaka and Executive Producers Tom Whalley and Dave CorkeryIf you want to know more about this podcast and other produced by Stripped Media please visit www.Stripped.media or email Producers@Stripped.Media to find out! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
#1392 Dirty Mary Crazy Larry

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 38:39


Adam and Dr. Drew open the show and go straight to the phones and start off with a caller looking for Adam's thoughts on technical educators as opposed to general education teachers and a few covid vaccine related questions for Dr. Drew. They also speak with a caller who believes he has a good solution for reopening indoor dining in a safe manner. Finally, they speak to a caller who wants to know if they have seen a trailer from a long lost 70s movie. Please Support Our Sponsors: SkoutsHonor.com/ADS Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM

TBTL- Too Beautiful to Live
#3354 Crazy Larry’s Discount Space Travel

TBTL- Too Beautiful to Live

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 105:52


Luke watched all of the Super Bowl commercials and he has some opinions! (But please nobody tell Genevieve.)

Geeks of the Industry Ver 2.0
Matinee Episode 3: Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry / Vanishing Point

Geeks of the Industry Ver 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 72:28


In this episode we go three on the tree and four on the floor with a double dose of high octane counter culture cinema taking a look at a man running from his past in 1971's VANISHING POINT and three rebels running for their future in 1974's DIRTY MARY, CRAZY LARRY

Beyond the Pole: Tales from the CEO
Fire Sales! Stop discounting like Crazy Larry

Beyond the Pole: Tales from the CEO

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2020 9:32


Black Friday has come and gone but did you have a strategy? Discounting on a regular basis could be killing your brand value and profit.

The Elan Morrison Program
12/4/2020 Don't Boycott the Election!

The Elan Morrison Program

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2020 25:03


Governor Kemp of Georgia calls for a signature matching recount in the state, but will the Secretary of State listen? Noah Cyrus is a RACIST!!!!!! A word from our sponsors at Crazy Larry's Crazy Juice. Ted Cruz calls out Lin Wood for moronically telling Republicans to boycott the Senate runoffs. How Joe Biden supposedly broke his foot playing with his dog. Joe Biden fear mongers, telling us that 250,000 people will be dead from the virus in the US by January. Review of The Simpsons as a whole and how they've lost their charm. Enjoy! Remember to subscribe, rate, and share the show. You can contact Elan at ElanMorrison@protonmail.com (sponsorship welcome)

The tvzonepodcastnetwork's Podcast
Jay Movie Talk Ep.175 Dirty Mary,Crazy Larry

The tvzonepodcastnetwork's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2020 21:21


Continuing 70s Movie Month on the podcast with Ep.175 as I talk Dirty Mary,Crazy Larry *Thought's on Director John Hough *Connections to Friday The 13th and Halloween movie franchises *Deke might be the most interesting character in the movie *Larry and Mary have a odd relationship *Vic Morrow was not here for the BS *Thoughts on the ending and more Outro Thunder and Lightning by Motorhead @JayMovieTalk @TVZone_Podcast All episodes are available on Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher and all the other podcast apps as well as our host site Anchor

Radio Labyrinth
32: Watch Out for Crazy Larry - 1978

Radio Labyrinth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2020 100:48


HOT, NEW ITEMS! Radio Labyrinth Face Covering! https://www.storefrontier.com/product/keepitcovered New Fooksie-Art T-Shirt! https://www.storefrontier.com/product/radiolabyrinthfooksiefan Follow our YouTube page! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NffUUGgqgUs   Become a Radio Labyrinth Patron! https://www.patreon.com/Timandrews Our website! https://radiolabyrinthpodcast.com/ Social Media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/radio_labyrinth Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/radiolabyrinth/ _________________________________________________________ "Watch Out for Crazy Larry"  This week we kick off the show remembering, Wilford Brimley, who passed away at the age of 85. Also, Reni Santoni (Poppie from Seinfeld), director Alan Parker and Herman Cain. Plus: 2020 Emmy nominations and snubs, Dave Franco will play Vanilla Ice, Idris Elba says Luther movie is a go, Kevin Smith animating The Green Hornet, Jeopardy & Wheel of Fortune resume production, The Sopranos and Goodfellas writers team up for new mafia show, and Fixer Upper returning to TV on the Magnolia Network. 1978 - Take a trip back to 1978! Tim, Steph & Jeff share some of their memories from the heart of disco and cocaine fueled American pop culture. Movies, TV, fads and happenings. Not to mention the music and Tim’s favorite live sports memory: Bucky Dent’s Green Monster home run in Fenway.  What we’re watching & Staff Picks: Jeff and Steph are up to date on the latest shows while Tim sinks into YouTube rabbit holes and podcasts. #WilfordBrimley #ReniSantoni #1978 #Grease #Luthor #IdrisElba #DaveFranco #VanillaIce #KevinSmith #TheGreenHornet #Jeopardy #AlexTrebek #WheelOfFortune #Goodfellas #TheSopranos #FixerUpper #Magnolia #ChipGaines #HermanCain #AlanParker #ThreesCompany #EightIsEnough #TheRopers #AllInTheFamily #MASH #MorkAndMindy #60Minutes #HappyDays #LaverneAndShirley  Our NEW weekly updated playlist - Summer Road Songs! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/54FsQcJLMWbFOoWM7IIpu6?si=zq3RQnUbT5uB4w49EJfMfw Our FINAL UPDATED weekly Quarantined Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2dUxNH0xRLL34FJ4U3Ylad?si=b1ON_HfGStiU0DBs6FR2xA _________________________________________________________ GUYS: SUPPORT LOCAL BUSINESS! If your local area allows, please support local restuarants like our friends, Atlanta Pizza & Gyro in Conyers, GA. New hours: M-F 11a-9p, Sat 12n-9p, closed Sundays. Now offering take home casserole meals for the family! Call for prices and make an order: 770-483-6228, or online: www.atlantapizzagyro.com. PATRONS! *Even if no longer contributing, you're mentioned.  Thanks to our Radio Labyrinth Producers: Robey Neeley, Tim Slaton, Brett Perkins, Mike Hall, Shawn Hall, Chad Shepperd, Andrew Hopkins, Todd Ellis, Bryan Smith, John Southerland, Mike D, Matt Carter, Erick Malmstron & Keith Tait.  And thank you to all of our awesome Patreon Patrons: Brandon Pilcher, Emily Warren, Buck Monterey, Randy Reeves, Robey Neeley, Robert Kerns, Wayne Blair, Sherrie Dougherty, Rusty Weinberg, Michael Einhaus, Mark Weilandt, Leslie Haynie, Kevin Stokes, Jesse Rusinski, Jeremy Truman, Jeff Peterson, Herb Lamb, Gwynne Ketcham, Denise Reynolds, David C Funk, Collin Omen, Christopher Doerr, Chris Weilandt, Chris Cosentino, Brian Jackson, Brennon Price, Andrew Mulazzi, Andrew Harbin, Amber Gilpatrick, Alan Barker, Aaron Roberts, Walt Murray PI, Sam Wells, Ryan Wilson, Lou Coniglio, Kevin Schwartz, Jonathan Wilson. _____________________________________________________ We love our sponsors! Atlanta Pizza & Gyro http://www.atlantapizzagyro.com/ https://www.facebook.com/atlpizza/ Our Friends! The Tree Fort Report Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/3B9GfBLbcd0JncbXgtdnxs Josh Warren's "Action Show Studios" https://www.actionshowstudios.com/ The Power Pod with WSB's, Jared Yamamoto, et. al. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-power-pod/id1459204880 One Topic with our very own, Autumn Fischer & Greg Russ https://onetopic.podbean.com/ The Wilder Ride with Alan Sanders and Walt Murray https://thewilderride.com/ Bryan Silverbax Show https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bryan-silverbax-show/id1451504886 The Regular Guys Review with Larry Wachs https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/lawrence-wachs/the-regular-guys-review What Happened When Podcast http://www.mlwradio.com/what-happened-when-.html 

2 Fast 2 Forever: The Fast and Furious Podcast
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974)

2 Fast 2 Forever: The Fast and Furious Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 103:11


We're headed back to the all or nothing days, the Dirty Mary Crazy Larry days, when real cars crashed into real cars and real dumb people drove 'em. Today, we continue to kick it old school and we continue to dive deep into the well of Quentin Tarantino references by talking about Dirty Mary Crazy Larry. After catching up on the NFL Draft, cracking open the mailbag, and heading back to the LAPD safe house in the Fast & Furious Minute, we're robbing a grocery store and hitting the road to talk about Dirty Mary Crazy Larry's fastnections, links to other pit stop movies from this lap, and it's surprising (yet familiar!) ending. (Movie conversation begins around 55:00.) Email us: family@cageclub.me Visit our Patreon page at patreon.com/2fast2forever. Extra special shout-out to Ben Milliman, Jake Freer, Alex Elonen, Nick Burris, and Brian Rodriguez (High School Slumber Party) for joining at the “Interpol’s Most Wanted” level or above! Intro music by Nico Vasilo. Interlude and outro music by Wes Hampton.

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?
Crazy Larry Rides Off into the Sunset, Happy Trails, Dad

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2020 43:16


In these times of quarantine and social and physical distancing and all that’s going on, I’m not going to lie, it’s been tough for myself and I’m sure for anyone who can’t be with the people they love most when a loved one passes. In our case, this is what happened when Crazy Larry also known as Dad, died last month on March 25. There’s been no funeral, no way to get together, other than on Zoom, no way to sit in a crowd and share funny stories and sing and listen to his favorite songs, no way to gather together at all and, frankly, it sucks.If you’ve heard any of these stories before now, you know that Crazy Larry earned his name for a reason…we also called him Yosemite Sam and as much as we loved him and put up with him… he was a complicated person and a loose cannon… you just never knew who you were going to get with him, which kept us all on our toes. Since today would have been Crazy Larry’s 80th birthday and in honor of him, we’ve pulled together this collection of stories for your listening enjoyment.    - Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/groups/howinthehelldidIgethere/- Follow us on Instagram @kimaflodin or @howinthehellpodcast- Share your love for the show with financial support! https://buymeacoffee/thecoloringbookcoach- Subscribe to my other podcast: How to Fall in Love with Yourself TOOLKIT- Thank you YouTube Free Music Audio Library & Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango and ad music, Blue Skies   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCht8qITGkBvXKsR1Byln-wA

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?
A Sister Soiree: The Bar's on Autopilot & the Candy is Dandy!

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2020 20:49


What you’re about to hear is a recording between me, and my sisters Kari, Jenny, and Skye. We were missing Erin in more ways than one. We had gathered together on Zoom just a few days after Crazy Larry had passed away to help Kari virtually celebrate her birthday with a Virtual Happy Hour (just like we did in those two fun shows we did last September) and yes, there was smoking and drinking going on!   And, since this was the first time we had been together since Crazy Larry also known as dad’s passing a few days earlier, I really didn’t set myself up to properly record, which is unfortunate because some funny stories did show up at the end of our almost 3 hour Zoom call… and you’re going to hear them here today… so even though my mic doesn’t sound great, I think you’ll get the idea of what kind of shenanigans happen when the sisters get together on Zoom or in real life!- Find your FREE 14-Day Writing Challenge and support our Sponsor when you visit the Happy Self Publisher https://happyselfpublisher.com- Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/groups/howinthehelldidIgethere/- Follow us on Instagram @kimaflodin or @howinthehellpodcast- Share your love for the show with financial support! https://buymeacoffee/thecoloringbookcoach- Subscribe to my other podcasts: How to Fall in Love with Yourself TOOLKIT & Tell Me Your Secret- Thank you YouTube Free Music Audio Library & Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango and ad music, Blue Skies   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCht8qITGkBvXKsR1Byln-wA

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?
The Amazing Adventures of Crazy Larry

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 20:08


It’s been quite a week, right? We’ve got quarantines and Covid19 and working from home and it almost feels like we’re waking up in a different world every day. The day I recorded this intro, Wednesday March 25, 2020, I did wake up to a different world when I woke to the news that the man we call Dad, Crazy Larry or Yosemite Sam had died at home during the night. He had not been well for a long time and this wasn’t exactly unexpected, but it also wasn’t exactly expected either. Ironically today’s show was going to be a continuation of last week’s episode which was called Yosemite Sam’s Daughters Don’t Take No Guff. Enjoy some more about Crazy Larry, plus a story from Erin's husband Van about his son, Genius Boy #3.And RIP Dad, you had a helluva run.- Find your FREE 14-Day Writing Challenge and support our Sponsor when you visit the Happy Self Publisher https://happyselfpublisher.com- Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/groups/howinthehelldidIgethere/- Follow us on Instagram @kimaflodin or @howinthehellpodcast- Share your love for the show with financial support! https://buymeacoffee/thecoloringbookcoach- Subscribe to my other podcasts: How to Fall in Love with Yourself TOOLKIT & Tell Me Your Secret- Thank you YouTube Free Music Audio Library & Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango and ad music, Blue Skies   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCht8qITGkBvXKsR1Byln-wA

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?
Yosemite Sam's Daughters Don't Take No Guff!

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2020 19:26


In this time of uncertainty on the planet, we can’t think of a better time to find reasons to laugh, so without further ado, we bring you today’s show..featuring four out of five sisters, with a story from Jenny about a stolen phone which rolls into a pretty funny discussion about our dad, also known as Crazy Larry. - Find your FREE 14-Day Writing Challenge and support our Sponsor when you visit the Happy Self Publisher https://happyselfpublisher.com- Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/groups/howinthehelldidIgethere/- Follow us on Instagram @kimaflodin or @howinthehellpodcast- Share your love for the show with financial support! https://buymeacoffee/thecoloringbookcoach- Subscribe to my other podcasts: How to Fall in Love with Yourself TOOLKIT & Tell Me Your Secret- Thank you YouTube Free Music Audio Library & Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango and ad music, Blue Skies   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCht8qITGkBvXKsR1Byln-wA

Bold Expressions w/ Carl
Crazy Larry and tangents

Bold Expressions w/ Carl

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2020 83:19


This crazy episode featured someone new, Larry. From crazy cab passengers to being in a real life episode of Narcos he derails all attempt for me to convince people we have some sense. NSFW --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carl-liggins/support

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?
Encore Ad- Free Episode! Pregnant Cat, Gunshot Wound, Christmas Present

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2019 16:54


Hello and happy holidays! As a gift to you, we’re treating you to this encore ad-free show of one of our favorite family stories - Pregnant Cat, Gunshot Wound, Christmas Present, which actually ends at Christmastime, so it’s appropriate for this time of the year. This encore show is repeated today in honor of our dad, Crazy Larry...if you’ve been listening you may have heard about him in a few other episodes. He truly is a character, a born entertainer and a force to be reckoned with and one of those people where you just never know what’s going to happen next. So, please enjoy this story in honor of him and all the stories he has provided for us throughout the years. -Join us on Facebook! bit.ly/FacebookHITH- Follow us on Instagram @kimaflodin or @howinthehellpodcast- Buy us a cookie or two! bit.ly/ko-fiHITH- Thanks to our Storytellers  Kari Flodin & Jenny Gardner- Thanks The Coloring Book Coach, listen to How to Fall in Love with Yourself Toolkit: http://bit.ly/fallinlovetoolkit - Thank you YouTube Free Music Audio Library & Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango and ad music, Blue Skies  http://bit.ly/youtubeHITHProduced, edited, written and hosted by Kim A. Flodin, with editing help from Kari Flodin.

10 Drink Minimum
Show 657 Oily Cats Hour two

10 Drink Minimum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2019 62:16


We got the sound fixed and split up the last episode. Holly tells a crazy story about Crazy Larry! We do a special edition of Are they okay!

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?
Welcome to What in the Hell House - AD FREE with a BONUS!

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2019 32:41


Happy Halloween! Today it’s all about tricks and treats! Our treat for you today is an AD-FREE show and if you’re up for treating us, we love cookies from ko-fi.com…It’s a super easy way to support the show and we rely on you to help us keep running…. So don’t be a trickster, be a treater and help us out at Kofi.com/howinthehell! And, we have a BONUS for you - be sure to listen all the way through to hear the November episode of How to Fall in Love... with Yourself Monthly Toolkit... the other podcast I release monthly!We have a terrifying show for you today all about the house we grew up in. So, Jenny and Kari are here to share a collection of creepy tales that happened in our childhood home and some are being told here for the very first time!!!! Story 1: Growing up in a haunted house can make you feel like your losing your mind! There always seemed to be things happening that just didn’t quite make sense and all seven of us kids learned to cope by keeping our lips zipped and pretending that things were okay…Jenny shares two terrifying memories from when she was just a little kid!Story 2:The house we all grew up in was large, it was an old Victorian that was built in around 1880 and had a distinctly Gothic vibe especially after our mom painted it a shade of gray that was almost black, but it was still only a 3 bedroom 1 ½ bath house and we had 7 kids, 2 parents and an assortment of dogs, cats, birds, and more living there, we also had the most kids on the block, so our house was the headquarters for every kid in the neighborhood – it was also, as you’ve heard, haunted as hell. Kari tells a story of something that somehow moved in the night.Story 3: Our last story is all about the man in the house… and no, I’m not talking about Crazy Larry, also known as our dad… no there was another man and both Jenny and Kari had startling and scary encounters with him!-Join us on Facebook! bit.ly/FacebookHITH-Buy us a cookie or two! bit.ly/ko-fiHITH-Thanks to our Storytellers: Kim A. Flodin & Jenny Gardner-Thanks The Coloring Book Coach, grab your free coloring book: http://thecoloringbookcoach.com-Thank you YouTube Free Music Audio Library & Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango, ad music, Blue Skies, scary music, Slow Shock  http://bit.ly/youtubeHITH​Produced, edited, written and hosted by Kim A. Flodin, with editing help from Kari Flodin.

The 0HITPOINTS Podcast
Book Club for Movies #72 - Dirty Mary Crazy Larry

The 0HITPOINTS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2019 44:13


This week it's a 1970s Peter Fonda vehicle that features many vehicles from the 1970s with Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, and a little help (?) from Bumblebee and Hellboy while we're at it.

Book Club for Movies
Episode 72 - Dirty Mary Crazy Larry

Book Club for Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2019 44:13


This week it's a 1970s Peter Fonda vehicle that features many vehicles from the 1970s with Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, and a little help (?) from Bumblebee and Hellboy while we're at it.

PsychotroniCast
Ep: 88 (Drive In-sanity Double Feature) Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry & Deathrace 2000

PsychotroniCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2019 50:44


Episode 88 (Drive In-sanity Double Feature) Peter Fonda is once again behind the wheel, and this time as Larry Rayder who with mechanic Deke Sommers (Adam Roarke) are a couple NASCAR hopefuls who’s execution of a supermarket heist is thrown into jeopardy by Larry’s clinging and chaotic one night stand Mary Coombs (Susan George). Forced to team up, our heroes lead a high speed pursuit in both a souped up ‘66 Impala and ‘69 Charger while the pursuing Capt. Everett Franklin (Vic Morrow) takes the chase into the sky in a Bell JetRanger Helicopter in the classic vehicular chase film Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry. Next up we leap to the dystopian future in Roger Corman and Paul Bartel’s action packed pitch black comedy Death Race 2000! The totalitarian American regime stationed in Moscow and Beijing have found a way to pacify the masses with a bloody Transcontinental Road Race featuring five theatrical drivers Machine Gun Joe (Sylvester Stallone), Calamity Jane (Mary Woronov), neo-Nazi Matilda the Hun (Roberta Collins), Nero the Hero (Martin Kove), and the Masked and disfigured national hero Frankenstein (David Carradine) who must try to survive a race from coast to coast, and splattering blood of civilians all over the national highways, while dodging the sabotaging resistance lead by Thomasina Paine (Harriet Medin) as well as the overbearing media hosts Junior Bruce (Don Steele) and Grace Pander (Joyce Jameson). Who will survive these films? Listen to find out!Three ways to support this podcast:1. Shout us out on your social media account2. Rate us on the podcast platform you listen to PsychotroniCast on.3. Subscribe to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/psychotronicast

Nerd Therapy: A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

The attempt to rescue Crazy Larry really is something to behold...

#TheLOCKERROOM on 95.7 CRUZ FM
PODCAST: Technology that drives you crazy - Larry King has more rings than Tom Brady - Is Pamela Anderson the biggest sex symbol from the 90's

#TheLOCKERROOM on 95.7 CRUZ FM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2019 43:23


PODCAST: Technology that drives you crazy - Larry King has more rings than Tom Brady - Is Pamela Anderson the biggest sex symbol from the 90's

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?
The Cursed Honda CRV, Rocky 1 & Rocky 2

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2019 22:25


This week Jenny rolls her Honda Minivan and lives to tell the tale and of course get a new car, which apparently is CURSED! Then we hear stories about Rocky 1 and Rocky 2.... not the movies, raccoons that lived with our family and were especially loved by the man we call Crazy Larry, but most often Dad. Don't miss this one.   Written, produced and hosted by Kim A. Flodin   -Join us on Facebook! bit.ly/FacebookHITH -Become a Producer at Patreon bit.ly/HITHPatreon-Buy us a virtual coffee! bit.ly/ko-fiHITH-Thanks to our Storytellers Kim A. Flodin and Jenny Gardner-Thanks The Coloring Book Coach Get your free coloring book!  thecoloringbookcoach.com-Thank you YouTube Free Music Audio Library & Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango & ad music, Blue Skies bit.ly/youtubefpodcastmusic  

Nerd Therapy: A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

The gang have a poke around Mercator and try to figure out where Crazy Larry may have been whisked away to.

Stories From The Trail
Episode 032 - LDPS Hiker Box

Stories From The Trail

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2019 98:12


Joining Green Giant and Voldemort this week: Reptar, Fozzie, and Crazy Larry for a relaxed Hiker Hangout in which we accomplish the following:  Great Hiking and Climbing Flims Listener Question: Cheap Solutions to Expensive Gear Problems Overcoming the Desire to Quit During a Thru Hike New Segment: Listeners on the Trail! Thanks for listening! Join our community AND support the show! Reptar Hikes! Fozzie's world of fancy teacups and such Appalachian Trials Stories From The Trail on Facebook Stories From the Trail on Instagram Stories From the Trail on Discord Get the audio version of Where's the Next Shelter? for free when you join Audible.com!

Stories From The Trail
Episode 028 - LDPS Trail Traditions with Reptar and Fozzie

Stories From The Trail

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2019 108:20


Joining Green Giant and Voldemort this week: Reptar, Fozzie, and Crazy Larry in a big meaty discussion about tradition. In this episode people confess their sins, jump off of bridges, eat too much and nearly shit their britches. Voldemort's method of post-pee hand washing with spit water is the stuff of legend, listener questions and more! The Trek's Trail Traditions Join our community AND support the show! Reptar Hikes! Fozzie's world of fancy teacups and such Where's the Next Shelter? Appalachian Trials Stories From The Trail on Facebook Stories From the Trail on Instagram Stories From the Trail on Discord

The Kibbe and Friends Show
K&F Show #99: Corndog’s ’69 Charger Movie Review Pick: Dirty Mary Crazy Larry

The Kibbe and Friends Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2019


Guess what? Thanks to you our favorite razor company of all time is back! Harry's Razors. Want to give it a try, and support the show? Claim your FREE TRIAL and go to http://Harrys.com/KAFS right now! Movie Review: Dirty Mary Crazy Larry. In the mind of Corndog, this movie is the '69 Charger movie of movies. I think he'd even rather have a DMCL (screen used) Charger than a screen used General Lee. He's crazy, because this super weird 1974 box office smash starring Peter Fonda is a wacked-out example of what happens when directors and actors all use drugs while making a movie. The only redeeming thing is the stunts and the Charger. Al Wyatt, Jr is in it though, so maybe this is where he and the Charger first melded together to form the most dynamic duo ever on automotive cinematic history. Watch it for the car stunts and the helicopter flying and skip the rest. (Editor's Note: Kibbe is the only one of the three of us that feel this way, but since he's the guy that types this stuff up his opinion is what counts the most, apparently. He is also reconsidering his opinion on the Finnegan forced movie review of Megaforce. https://themusclecarplace.com/kf-show-36)    Patreon Peeps, our January swag pack has been sent and we'll be recording our next show soon! This one is a deep dive on Corndog's DMCL replica Charge - plus any questions you have always wanted to know the deep dark secret to. Get your questions in to robert@themusclecarplace.com. Again, thank you so much to the multitude of you who have joined in, stepped up your pledge, and have (basically) made it known that you wanted us to keep going and growing. We're still in, and it's our goal to make Patreon the place in 2019 far more than ever before. To get in on the action and support the show with a minor financial contribution just click the link below to sign up and get started! We have $2, $5 , and $10 monthly options available. You ROCK! Visit www.patreon.com/kfshow to get in on the fun. The post K&F Show #99: Corndog’s ’69 Charger Movie Review Pick: Dirty Mary Crazy Larry first appeared on The Muscle Car Place.

Third Eye Cinema / Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine podcast
Weird Scenes 8/16/18: Week 52 - Easy Ridin' with Cap - the films of Peter Fonda

Third Eye Cinema / Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2018 116:49


One of New York's own, scion of an acting dynasty that includes his famed father, controversial sister and indie film regular daughter, Peter Fonda walked a very different path from the man who raised him, in short order becoming the figurehead of a generation. From an oddball pair of Roger Corman quickies that barely seemed to grasp the counterculture they centered on (and were ostensibly marketed towards), Peter Fonda took on the role of a lifetime in a film that was just as loose, wild and freely improvised as the spontaneous youth productions of the era, and yet more profound and incisive than any dozen deliberately crafted "arthouse" and "message" films.   Following up with similarly "loaded" and relevant films that still adhere to and fall under the umbrella of cult and genre film of the era like Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry, the Last Movie and even Futureworld, Fonda would make a sideline in both rural action films and low key dramas throughout the 70's, appearing in cultier fare like Spasms and Certain Fury in the 80's and the arthouse cinema of the early 90's before one last gasp as Old Nick himself, in the Nicholas Cage Ghost Rider... Join us as we talk the man who positively embodied the 60's and 70's, the one and only Peter Fonda, only here on Weird Scenes! Week 52 - Easy Ridin' with Cap - the films of Peter Fonda https://weirdscenes1.wordpress.com/ https://www.facebook.com/WeirdScenes1 https://twitter.com/WeirdScenes1 (@weirdscenes1)

Nerd Therapy: A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

Our Heroes stop off in the Slopbucket Inn to raise a glass to Crazy Larry and Creighton makes a new friend.

Nerd Therapy: A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

Our heroes befriend an upright and respectable local merchant as they attempt to solve the mysterious disappearances in Mercator.

Cinema Crespodiso
#190 – The Time Before The Oceans

Cinema Crespodiso

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2016 117:28


In episode 189, Chris Crespo reviews Don’t Breathe and Kubo and the Two Strings. The Netflix Instant Pick of the Week is Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry. Billy D reviews TUSK and WE ARE STILL HERE. The Crespodisco features a cover of While My Guitar Gently Weeps from the soundtrack for Kubo and the Two Strings. Listener... The post #190 – The Time Before The Oceans appeared first on Cinema Crespodiso.

Movie Show Theater: The Podcast
Death Proof (2007)

Movie Show Theater: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2016 60:00


I chose Death Proof, as I find it to be one of Tarantino's strongest and most underrated films in his catalog. He has called it his least favorite film he's directed, which I strongly disagree with. He has a heavy heart for practical effects and all things analog, and this film serves as his love letter to the shows and films of yesteryear. Vanishing Point and The Rifleman and Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry. Often interpreted as "boring" or "uneventful", I think it's full of things to appreciate. Most of all I love the soundtrack, as Tarantino has become famous for. Anyway, Stu and Ben hated it and so we argued about it. Check it out and judge for yourselves! Thanks for listening!

Not Another Tavern Podcast
FAE | S01 Episode 6 - I’ll Have the Special

Not Another Tavern Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2016 46:31


The trio sets out for Happyvale and points beyond, with Crazy Larry’s Traveling Merchant Caravan; but the crew of the Rockland Express gets side-tracked by a sudden and powerful hankerin’ for turkey bacon.

Reels & Wheels
Reels and Wheels - Dirty Mary Crazy Larry with Dan Ellison

Reels & Wheels

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2016 56:44


In the early 1970's, outlaw culture was at its height and car chase movies with jarring endings were all the rage - Like Vanishing Point and Two Lane Blacktop, Dirty Mary Crazy Larry is a chase movie with an outlaw protagonist, fueled by Detroit muscle. James and Sid are joined by the Educated Redneck Dan Ellison, a touring comic who knows his cars and has plenty of insight about what life was like when this movie came out. What was the true lesson of this movie? Are we supposed to root for the outlaw? And how about those cars - a sleeper Chevy Impala and a flamboyant Dodge Charger steal every scene in this movie. Subscribe to Reels and Wheels on iTunes or Stitcher and leave us feedback! Follow @ReelsandWheels on social media and follow Sid (@SidBridgeComedy) and James (@S2KJames), too! Find Dan Ellison at www.educatedredneck.com, @educatedredneck.

Hot Date
Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (Episode 15) - Hot Date with Dan and Vicky

Hot Date

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2015 95:09


Steve McQueen, David Soul and Sam Elliott were all attached to the car chase classic Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry when it was to be a direct adaptation of the novel The Chase and had no female protagonist.  But after years of fits and starts, B movie producer James Nicholson acquired the property, brought friend and frequent collaborator Peter Fonda on board, had the script changed to make the leads a bickering couple and rode into history with the film as a top grosser for studio 20th Century Fox.  Dan and Vicky buckle their seat belts for a wild and bumpy ride through Southern California with too cool Fonda, firecracker Susan George and stoic Adam Roarke.  They give their thoughts on the casting, the car crashes and the insanely nihilistic ending, considered one of the most shocking in movie history. They also take detours to discuss their love of 80's sitcom Growing Pains, the fall's crop of new shows, some lost 70's horror gems, Jackson 5's Dancing Machine and Susan George's teeth.   Hot Date 15 puts the pedal to the metal!  Dirty Danny, Crazy Vicky are at it again! 

The Skinner Co. Network
FC121 - Yay Moonshine (Live From Kar'WickCon 2015)

The Skinner Co. Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2015 68:44


  Prepare yourself for: Crazy Larry's, Wayne Bruce, Sasquatches, equal pay for Batgirl, and Mulligan Smith.

The Skinner Co. Network
FC121 - Yay Moonshine (Live From Kar'WickCon 2015)

The Skinner Co. Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2015 68:44


  Prepare yourself for: Crazy Larry's, Wayne Bruce, Sasquatches, equal pay for Batgirl, and Mulligan Smith.

Movie Freaks
Episode 49: Critics Criticize Critics

Movie Freaks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2015 72:23


Banshee Chapter v Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry on the roulette, 90-81 of our Top 100, we chat Berserk, The Brood, A Field Full of Stars, Cujo, Batman Vs. Robin, rant about label following and overly critical people and much more!

Earth-2.net Presents...
Dread Media - Episode 385

Earth-2.net Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2015 59:04


Howdy! How 'bout some southern fried crime for ya? Desmond and Darryll take a good hard look at pre-moustache Burt Reynolds in the rum-running, fascist sheriff crime flick White Lightning. Devil Dinosaur Jr. speeds by in a review of the feature-length car chase Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry. Of course, there's some southern fried rock to go with your movies: "Caution: Dangerous Curves Ahead" by Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, "Steady at the Wheel" by Shooter Jennings, "Time (Is Such a Funny Thing)" by Susan Maughan, and "Don't You Think this Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out of Hand" by James Hetfield. Also, check out Horror Block and get 10% off your first month with the coupon code DREAD10 at the following link: http://bit.ly/1y09lII. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213. Follow @DevilDinosaurJr and @dreadmedia on Twitter! Join the Facebook group! Visit www.stayscary.wordpress.com and www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com.

Dread Media
Dread Media - Episode 385

Dread Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2015 59:04


Howdy! How 'bout some southern fried crime for ya? Desmond and Darryll take a good hard look at pre-moustache Burt Reynolds in the rum-running, fascist sheriff crime flick White Lightning. Devil Dinosaur Jr. speeds by in a review of the feature-length car chase Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry. Of course, there's some southern fried rock to go with your movies: "Caution: Dangerous Curves Ahead" by Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, "Steady at the Wheel" by Shooter Jennings, "Time (Is Such a Funny Thing)" by Susan Maughan, and "Don't You Think this Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out of Hand" by James Hetfield. Also, check out Horror Block and get 10% off your first month with the coupon code DREAD10 at the following link: http://bit.ly/1y09lII. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213. Follow @DevilDinosaurJr and @dreadmedia on Twitter! Join the Facebook group! Visit www.stayscary.wordpress.com and www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com.

Earth-2.net Presents...
Dread Media - Episode 385

Earth-2.net Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2015 59:04


Howdy! How 'bout some southern fried crime for ya? Desmond and Darryll take a good hard look at pre-moustache Burt Reynolds in the rum-running, fascist sheriff crime flick White Lightning. Devil Dinosaur Jr. speeds by in a review of the feature-length car chase Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry. Of course, there's some southern fried rock to go with your movies: "Caution: Dangerous Curves Ahead" by Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, "Steady at the Wheel" by Shooter Jennings, "Time (Is Such a Funny Thing)" by Susan Maughan, and "Don't You Think this Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out of Hand" by James Hetfield. Also, check out Horror Block and get 10% off your first month with the coupon code DREAD10 at the following link: http://bit.ly/1y09lII. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213. Follow @DevilDinosaurJr and @dreadmedia on Twitter! Join the Facebook group! Visit www.stayscary.wordpress.com and www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com.

Dread Media
Dread Media - Episode 385

Dread Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2015 59:04


Howdy! How 'bout some southern fried crime for ya? Desmond and Darryll take a good hard look at pre-moustache Burt Reynolds in the rum-running, fascist sheriff crime flick White Lightning. Devil Dinosaur Jr. speeds by in a review of the feature-length car chase Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry. Of course, there's some southern fried rock to go with your movies: "Caution: Dangerous Curves Ahead" by Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, "Steady at the Wheel" by Shooter Jennings, "Time (Is Such a Funny Thing)" by Susan Maughan, and "Don't You Think this Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out of Hand" by James Hetfield. Also, check out Horror Block and get 10% off your first month with the coupon code DREAD10 at the following link: http://bit.ly/1y09lII. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213. Follow @DevilDinosaurJr and @dreadmedia on Twitter! Join the Facebook group! Visit www.stayscary.wordpress.com and www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com.

Mysterious Streams
Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry

Mysterious Streams

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2014 26:39


Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry is a cult 1974 car chase film based on the 1963 Richard Unekis novel titled The Chase. Directed by John Hough, the film stars Peter Fonda, Susan George, Adam Roarke, and Vic Morrow. To contact the host of the podcast please go to https://twitter.com/Mimekiller!

Gruesome Hertzogg Podcast
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974)

Gruesome Hertzogg Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2014 6:00


We Are Libertarians
Spangle interviews Crazy Larry

We Are Libertarians

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2013 38:03


Here is my interview with Crazy Larry, a WXNT fan favorite, when I guest hosted the show on August 3, 2007.

The After Movie Diner Podcast
EPISODE 50 - Dirty Mary Crazy Larry - The Boys From The Basement pt.1

The After Movie Diner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2012 77:39


Well here we are folks, the one you've all been waiting for!YES it's part one of our special cliffhanger episode featuring Jason and Shawn from We Came From The Basement! and we're focusing on the first of our two films, the cult 70s cops and robbers, car chase spectacular starring Peter Fonda and Susan George 'Dirty Mary Crazy Larry' in which Mary isn't dirty and Larry isn't particularly crazy... oh well, nevermind! we have fun talking about it anyway.To hear part two of our conversation, all about Race With the Devil, tune in to We Came From the Basement on August 25th over at http://filmreviewsfromthebasement.blogspot.com/ or subscribe via iTunes!Also, of course, this week's episode, features the usual comedy and music nonsense INCLUDING a new COCKNEY COLLINS! so ENJOY!You can now SHOP The After Movie Diner http://www.cafepress.com/aftermoviediner LOTS of original and unique designs available on a variety of clothing styles for all ages, office & home supplies and gifts for all the family! AND Check out our sister show Dr.Action and the Kick Ass Kid Commentaries: WATCH OUT! This Podcast EXPLODES!!! http://dractionkickass.blogspot.com/ You can e-mail us: aftermoviediner@gmail.com You can follow us on Twitter: @aftermoviediner Search for us on Facebook - The Podcast from the After Movie Diner and please comment, leave feedback, rate and review us on www.talkshoe.com and iTunes We are also on www.podbean.com and www.podcastpickle.com The After Movie Diner Podcast is part of THE 2ND UNIT PODCAST NETWORK! Our ALL NEW website http://2upn.blogspot.com/

The Digression Sessions
Ep. 12 Pouty Vikings w/ Mike Storck

The Digression Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2011 126:45


Hola, Digheads! We are back from baron lands of guestlessness. And we discovered the oasis that is the international comedian Mike Storck on our voyage home. Hawt topics in this episode include, but are not limited too: the closing of the C&C Music Factory, taking 16 No Dos at one time, burlesque, stunt asses, stunt feces, Baltimore accents, influence of acid while working at an old folk's home, Crazy Larry's!, comedy on cruise ships, open mics, Canada, and etc…,,,, For all things Mike Storck go to - http://mikestorck.com/v2/      and @mikestorck Like our facebook page and send us an email! digression.sessions@gmail.com @jkuderna @michaelmoran10

Scattered Bits
Episode 2: Dirty Mary Crazy Larry

Scattered Bits

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2011 5:58


Three people are on the run from law enforcement. DMCL came out during the summer of 1974 released mainly to drive-ins. I do not see it listed as being on tv very often, but it is on DVD.

Mondo Movie
Mondo Movie 57 - Home Invasion

Mondo Movie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2007 56:05


The Korean actionfest The City Of Violence leads this week's reviews, along with notorious 70s exploitation thriller Fight For Your Life and in the first part of our Carsploitation festival, the Peter Fonda-starring chase classic Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?
Pregnant Cat, Gunshot Wound, Christmas Present

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 18:13


Quick note: Today’s episode includes swearing. And we apologize for the uneven sound quality this week… we had some technical difficulties. We might not have been the most conventional family on the block... One of the things that happens in our family is a chronic under-reaction to crazy things that most people *would most likely have somewhat of a bigger* reaction to.. like, say, a gunshot wound, otherwise known as a GSW. In our family, we hardly bat an eye because it’s just one more crazy thing, right? Especially if no one dies or is seriously injured – maybe its because we come from such a large family – 7 kids, so there’s more possibility of crazy things happening more often *OR* maybe it’s because we’ve all become used to dealing with the man we call Crazy Larry, also known as our dad. Enjoy today’s episode featuring my sister Jenny – it’s all one story that we’re calling Pregnant Cat, Gunshot Wound, Christmas Present. This is Kim A. Flodin and Welcome to How in the Hell Did I Get Here? (Side note: It turns out the BB that came out of our brother Matt was put there by our brother, Kris… so Crazy Larry is off the hook on that one.) If you have a How in the Hell Did I Get Here story and would like the chance to be featured as a call-in story teller, give us a call right now at 323-488-3303 and leave us your story! That’s 323-488-3303 Today’s show was produced by Kim A. Flodin and features Jenny Gardner and Kari Flodin One more thing, I wanted to give a shout out to my friend, Nicole Rivera...if you’re a writer or want to be, check out her podcast Stop Writing Alone ( https://stopwritingalone.com/ ) to find community and inspiration. It’s fantastic! Our theme song is 7th Floor Tango by Silent Partner and was downloaded from the YouTube Free Music Audio Library. (listen on YouTube) ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOSoAbvjWH5Lf7RL1BqPf3Q?view_as=subscriber ) Listen on itunes ( http://apple.co/2CSGmQ7 ) Join us on Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/howinthehelldidIgethere/ )

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?
The Cursed Honda CRV, Rocky 1 & Rocky 2

How in the HELL Did I Get Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 19:14


Who doesn’t love getting a new car? Especially a BRAND NEW car? Jenny has that experience in today’s first story… but what she has to live through beforehand and afterwards is some true How in the hell did I get here craziness… thank goodness she’s also living on an idyllic hobby farm at this time and has some new and adorable baby goats to keep her mind off everything that is going on! If you hear anyone else talking about Rocky 1 and Rocky 2, it’s safe to assume they’re talking about Sylvester Stallone’s classic films, however if you overhear a conversation between any one of the sisters, you realize pretty fast that is not Slyvester but something else.. in this case, a raccoon… actually 2 raccoons that lived as family pets, named Rocky 1 and then Rocky 2 (we were not generally so unimaginative in our pet naming) and were adored by our the man we life to refer to as Crazy Larry, or sometimes just Dad – if you’ve been listening you’ll remember him from the Fun Grandma story and also the time he shoots Jenny… be sure to listen to Pregnant Cat, Gunshot Wound, Christmas Present.  Join us on Facebook! bit.ly/FacebookHITH ( https://howinthehelldidigethere.podbean.com/howinthehelldidigethere/episode/update/id/bit.ly/FacebookHITH ) * Buy us a virtual coffee! bit.ly/ko-fiHITH ( https://howinthehelldidigethere.podbean.com/howinthehelldidigethere/episode/update/id/bit.ly/ko-fiHITH ) * ​Thanks Anti-Opiate Medical Alert Bracelet. Use PODCAST to save 15% etsy.me/2KaSH82 ( https://howinthehelldidigethere.podbean.com/howinthehelldidigethere/episode/update/id/etsy.me/2KaSH82 ) * Thank you YouTube Free Music Audio Library & Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango & ad music, Blue Skies bit.ly/youtubefpodcastmusic ( https://howinthehelldidigethere.podbean.com/howinthehelldidigethere/episode/update/id/bit.ly/youtubefpodcastmusic )