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Sunday Night at the Movies: Rudy Ray Moore in - The Disco Godfather PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Sunday, 18 August 2013 17:44

The Disco Godfather Theatrical Poster The Disco Godfather Theatrical PosterWe're back! Who know's for how long, but what the hell, let's take it as it comes!

As a welcome back gift, we present a true drive-in blaxploitation classic. Disco, as only the masterful Rudy Ray Moore can present, here he is, in all his glory, Rudy Ray Moroe as the "Disco Godfather!"

Disco Godfather (also known as The Avenging Disco Godfather) (1979) Starring Rudy Ray Moore and Carol Speed, directed by J. Robert Wagoner and released by Transvue Pictures.

The plot revolves around Moore's character, a retired cop, who owns and operates a disco, (seems like a likely career choice for a retired cop...), and who tries to shut down the local angel dust dealer after his nephew gets "whacked out" on the drug.

While searchig for the bad guys, he still finds time to manage the Blueberry Hill and perform. "Put a little slide in yo' glide," he exclaims to the patrons, "Put your weight on it, put your weight on it, put your weight on it!"

Rudy tracks down the kingpin that is behind all the angel dust production, but not before he is kidnapped and forced to inhale PCP through a gas mask!

Keep your eyes peeled for the debut of Keith David, who has an unbilled bit part as a patron in the nightclub.

One note: Rudy Ray Moore and his characters, such as Dolemite, and the role he plays here, The Disco Godfather, served as an inspiration for parts of Michael Jai White's "Black Dynamite." See if you can recognize any of his inspiration.

All right boys, and girls, get ready to "Put your weight on it!"



Last Updated on Sunday, 18 August 2013 18:11
Midday Madness: Springtime for Hitler - The Producers (1968) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Tuesday, 07 May 2013 13:23

Just because I watched Mel Brooks' orignal 1968 production of "The Producers," we present to you today the show-stopping number, "Springtime for Hitler!"

The Producers is a 1968 American satirical dark comedy cult classic film written and directed by Mel Brooks. The film is set in the late 1960s and it tells the story of a theatrical producer and an accountant who want to produce a sure-fire Broadway flop. They take more money from investors than they need and plan to abscond to Brazil as soon as the play closes, only to see the plan improbably go awry when the show turns out to be a hit.

The film stars Zero Mostel as Max Bialystock, the producer, and Gene Wilder as Leo Bloom, the accountant, and features Dick Shawn as L.S.D., the actor who ends up playing the lead in the musical within the movie, and Kenneth Mars as the former Nazi soldier and playwright, Franz Liebkind.

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Recognize This Diner? - The Quality Cafe PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 06 May 2013 16:23

Recognize This Diner? - The Quality Cafe

The Quality Cafe (also known as Quality Diner) is a now-defunct diner at 1236 West 7th Street in Los Angeles, illness California. The restaurant ceased to function as a diner in late 2006, prostate but has appeared as a location featured in a number of Hollywood films, including Training Day, Old School, Se7en, Ghost World, Gone in 60 Seconds,The Stepfather, and Catch Me If You Can. It was also featured in Season 1 of the 2007 television series Mad Men, in the episode "5G."

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Midday Madness: The Zoobilee Zoo Theme Song PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Monday, 06 May 2013 12:36

Midday Madness: The Zoobilee Zoo Theme Song - Zoobilee Zoo was an Emmy Award-winning children's television series featuring costumed performers dressed as animal characters. It originally aired from 1986–1987, then in syndication until 2001 on several television channels including commercial network television stations, public television stations, The Learning Channel, and the Hallmark Channel. Only 65 episodes of the original incarnation of the show were made. While it was in syndication for 15 years, it was no longer airing on television as of July 2011. The original 65 episodes are currently owned by Hallmark Properties and were produced by WQED Pittsburgh.

You're welcome in advance for the song running through your head the rest of the day...

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