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“Savage” Steve Holland will return for another Crazy Summer - A.V. Club (blog)

Director “Savage” Steve Holland had a short but distinct movie career in the ’80s. He was just out of film school when he got the chance to helm his own tortured takes on the teen comedy, like the John-Cusack-starring Better Off Dead and One... However, Holland’s trek to the comedic dark side, like Lane (Cusack)’s multiple suicide attempts in BOD , left sunnier ’80s cinema audiences a bit befuddled, and none of his three movies were hits at the box office. Of the three, BOD became the best-known cult classic, with taglines like the homicidal newsboy’s “I want my two dollars. Nevertheless, Holland’s career as a feature-film director appeared to be over by the end of the decade. And now, three decades later, a new Holland movie is on the horizon: In a Fast Company interview by Joe Berkowitz, Holland reports that a sequel to One Crazy Summer is in the works. Called One Epic Fail, it will include original OCS cast members Joel Murray and Bobcat Goldthwait (who is now a prominent film director in his own right). Cusack, who wound up not being a fan of the original movies—“John Cusack didn’t like Better Off Dead at all,” Holland remembers, and the actor apparently liked the followup even less—will likely not be on board. But if Cusack didn’t like BOD , he may be in the minority: A recent 30th-anniversary screening in Hollywood sold out quickly, indicating a continued interest in Holland and an audience that will likely check out the upcoming Summer sequel. Source: www.avclub.com

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  • “Savage” Steve Holland will return for another Crazy Summer

    02/04/16 ,via A.V. Club (blog)

    Director “Savage” Steve Holland had a short but distinct movie career in the '80s. He was just out of film school when he got the chance to helm his own tortured takes on the teen comedy, like the John-Cusack-starring Better Off Dead and One Crazy

  • The lesser-known Bowie: 19 gems and deep cuts

    01/18/16 ,via A.V. Club

    to depict this sing-song anthem to the pop artist. When Bowie sings, “I'd like to be a gallery / Put you all inside my show,” he could be referring to Warhol, or himself: He often blurred the line between art and music, and this cut is a prime

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    almonds, tomato, chicken, chicken broth, chili powder, cinnamon, vegetable oil, garlic, ginger, heavy cream, onions, yogurt, turmeric, white pepper

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  • Gangway, Lord, (The) Here Come the Brides Book

    BearManor Media.

    Its series title mentioned women, but its top three stars were men! It pioneered a new kind of story-telling with its pilot episode; its last episode was years ahead of its time. Many thought it doomed to failure - it became one of the 1968-69 season's biggest hits! It was the 1968-70 ABC-TV/Screen Gems series, HERE COME THE BRIDES! In ‘Gangway, Lord! (The) Here Come the Brides Book,' readers will learn how the approach series star Robert Brown took to his role changed the dramatic direction of the series. They will learn of the practicality of up-and-coming television superstar David Soul. Of the extraordinary opportunity handed to leading lady Bridget Hanley through the role of New Bedford bride ‘Candy Pruitt.' Featuring profiles of the series' creators, regulars and semi-regulars, a mini-history of 1960s and ‘70s television, and a chapter on HCTB's extraordinary and deeply devoted fan base, ‘Gangway, Lord! (The) Here Come the Brides Book' takes the reader back to the days of the series' original run, illustrating the show's popularity and impact on a week by week basis through a look at its competition, the appearances of its stars on talk shows and game shows, the number of fan magazine articles published on teen superstar Bobby Sherman and the rest of its cast. Including commentary and ‘making of the episode' anecdotes from guest stars, guest writers, and guest directors, ‘Gangway, Lord! (The) Here Come the Brides Book' offers very strong evidence that the 1960s and ‘70s was truly THE REAL GOLDEN AGE OF TELEVISION! Jonathan Etter's great enthusiasm for television shows of the 1960s and '70s started at age eight, thanks to the removal of a cyst from a bone in his right leg. Recuperation from the surgery lasted close to a year, severely limiting Jon's physical activities. To help him pass the time, his parents bought him a twelve-inch, black-and-white TV set. By the time he was back on his feet, Jon had become a die-hard fan of such '60s series as Star Trek, Lost in Space, and Jonny Quest. By the time he graduated from high school, he was already taking notes and keeping records on his favorite shows and performers. During his college years, Jon put in many twelve-hour days in the campus library, poring through reference book after reference book, totally immersing himself in the career or biography of whatever performer or production he was then studying. In 1983 he graduated from Wright State University with a B.A. in history. Jon's hard work paid off when he became the film historian for the Dayton Victory Theatre's Summer Film Festival from 1985-87. A contributor to TV Land Moguls: the 60s, in 2003, Jon published Quinn Martin, Producer (his detailed account of Quinn Martin Productions) with McFarland Publishers, Inc.; that critically acclaimed book is now in its second printing. He has also written television series histories and talent profiles for such publications as Filmfax, Big Reel, The TV Collector, and Movie Collector's World. Now at work on a series history of George Peppard's Banacek and a multi-volume authorized biography of TV star Lynda Day George, Jonathan Etter makes his home in Dayton, Ohio. Gangway, Lord (The) Here Come the Brides Book is his first book for BearManor Media.

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  • Whom Gods Destroy

    09/22/15 ,via TV.com

    The planet-based episode features Kirk and Spock visiting a Federation funny farm, with Steve Ihnat guest ... (Sadly, Ihnat, a native of Czechoslovakia, died just a few years after shooting "Whom Gods Destroy", succumbing to a heart attack in 1972 at ...

  • Most Popular People Who Died In "Cannes/ Alpes-Maritimes/ France"

    09/19/15 ,via imdb.com

    2. Jean Marais Actor, Beauty and the Beast Jean Marais was a popular French cinema actor and director who played over 100 roles in film and on television, and was also known for his many talents as a writer, painter and sculptor. He was born Jean Alfred ...

  • Yvonne Craig, Batgirl and infamous Orion slave girl, dies at 78

    08/19/15 ,via Examiner

    The medication will supposedly cure the inhabitants, however, when Kirk and Spock beam down the doctor in charge (Keye Luke) is actually one of the inmates, former starship Captain Garth of Izar (Steve Ihnat) who has learned shapeshifting. Garth was Kirk's ...

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Steve Ihnat - IMDb

Steve Ihnat, Actor: In Like Flint. Steve Ihnat was born on August 7, 1934 in Jastrabie, Czechoslovakia as Stefan Ihnat. He was an actor and writer, known for In Like ...

Steve Ihnat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Steve Ihnat; Born: Stefan Ihnat (1934-08-07) August 7, 1934 Cjastrabie, Czechoslovakia: Died: May 12, 1972 (1972-05-12) (aged 37) Cannes, France: Cause of death

Steve Ihnat - Biography - IMDb

Steve Ihnat was born on August 7, 1934 in Jastrabie, Czechoslovakia as Stefan Ihnat. He was an actor and writer, known for In Like Flint (1967), Hour...

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Steve Ihnat, Wetumpka, Alabama. 293 likes · 14 talking about this. You've seen this man and his work on TV and films in the 60s - early 70s. You know his...

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