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Movie Info Jump Shot uncovers the inspiring true story of Kenny Sailors, the proclaimed developer of the modern day jump shot in basketball. He defined the game, but only now is he ready to share his thoughts on why the game never defined him
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Jump shot the kenny sailors story. This video pissed me off so I wrote an essay. naismith became an American citizen in 1925, 34 years after he invented the game. At least 10 of the students in the game were university students from Quebec. the idea that baseball was invented in the US is also a myth based off a 1838 baseball game in beachville, Ontario. This is agreed upon by John Thorne, the official historian for MLB. Finally, American football originated from two games between harvard university and Canadian McGill university in 1874. the first game was played using harvard's rules, which involved a round ball and was more like soccer. the second game was played using McGill's rules which used an oval ball. the Canadian rules introduced ' downs' and tackling to the game as well. Americans tend to cite a game that occurred a year later between harvard and yale as the start of American football, though the game was played using the Canadian rules. so there, Canada invented all your sports.

Jump Shot: The Kenny Sailors story 4. Late-night entertainment talk radio podcast from Indianapolis featuring interviews and topics that other shows won't talk about. Live on every Thursday at 8pm Eastern. Podcast replayed through the week on Indy In-Tune, the 405 Media and RadioMaxMusic. Part of the Couch Potato Nation network. We talk about John's personal trainer, National Novel Writing Month, Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon, Pasta with the Police, drug busts, and the song "My Dog Jesus" by CJ Watson. We also expose the lyrics to the Cops theme song, and ask a very important question about Snowpiercer that no one else is asking: Why does this movie look so weird? Posted: November 2, 2015, 3:21 am John Cox is a badass longshoreman with some of the wildest sea stories ever told. He's written these stories into a one-man play called The Money Fi$h that he is performing himself at The Hudson Theatres in Los Angeles. We talk with John about hiding condoms in piggy banks, punching his step-dad in the face at age 13, military recruiters, immigrants coming out of a shipping box, a wild sailor named Junior, nearly dying numerous times out at sea, flying hooks mutilating his friends, Russian pirates, the terrifying 40-foot swells, and how fishing in the Bearing Sea is way harder than being in the military. John Cox Links Female Condom or Diaphragm? We also talk about one-man plays and how they aren't performed out here in the Midwest,, and John has female condom/diaphragm confusion. Author: Chris Brake Show Posted: October 26, 2015, 3:24 am Carl Russo, author of The Sicilian Mafia: A True Crime Travel Guide, traveled to all the Italian Mafia hotspots in Sicily and took photos of where the godfathers lived, where various Mafia murders took place, and where they buried their victims. Carl tells us what he learned about the Mafia while poking around taking photos in Cosa Nostra. We hear about the Sicilian Mafia's infiltration of Italian health care, agriculture, and other basic areas of life, how the Sicilian Mafia has transportation contracts with local Italian government, and most importantly - how he got away with publishing this book without getting whacked. (Hint: try finding a photograph of Carl Russo! ) Chris Brake Show EXCLUSIVE Carl also tells us an exclusive story about Downtown Palermo that almost didn't turn out so well for our hero, and a blog post he wrote that exposed a Mafia wedding. We also blow the lid off of Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s underage sex parties, having models on his cabinet, and too much bunga bunga. Click on the image below to check out the book: Also Chris and John come down with the sickness. John recommends Olba’s Pastilles cough drops. And things get even weirder with the Girl at the Gas Station... Posted: October 19, 2015, 1:37 am We experience the Curse of the 40 Oz Pimp, again, but this time we've got a secret weapon. Listen as we break the curse and talk to the 40 Oz. Pimp about seedy characters stealing from him and cooking him grilled cheese sandwiches, his new job, and the town Constable raiding his house for fugitives. 40 also explains some of his controversial lyrics, and assures us he is not promoting child abuse. Curse of the 40 Oz. Pimp Every time we have 40 on the Chris Brake Show, it's always a travesty trying to get him on Skype. Every time. This time it was so bad that it spilled over into the live show! We had to tap into 40's computer and log into Skype for him. Thanks to for their awesomely-easy software. 40's Top Three 40 wanted to come on the show to talk about three things: “The retards, the new job, the new album (CP5). " And yes, we know the word 'retards' is offensive, just like most of the things 40 says. The Retards 40's found himself in a bad situation. Apparently "the retards" refers to some seedy heroin users who have been coming over to 40's house, cooking him grilled cheese sandwiches, and stealing cash from secret hiding places. We get 40 to reveal the secret hiding place live on the show, and you won't believe where it is. The New Job 40's got a new job at a tattoo shop called Evolution, but it's not what you'd expect. Or maybe you would expect it. But I know I sure didn't. The New Album (CP5) 40's writing songs and doing cardio to get ready for some shows. 40 tells us about one of the new tracks, "The 40 Oz. Bounce”. 40 Oz. Pimp Links Check out 40 Oz Pimp on Facebook: Other Topics We represent the Strange Label shows by reading the entire live schedule. And we hear more about the Girl at the Gas Station who has been freaking Chris out regularly lately. She's turned up the heat and is now weirder than ever. But in a weird way. Posted: October 12, 2015, 3:20 am 24-year-old Sam Forline went from ADHD college dropout to successful entrepreneur making over $1, 000 a day. Sam tells us how he started his first company, Blue Collar Scholars, and how he started making money. We also talk about a flying drone cat, new technology being used to blackmail people in new ways, Ashley Madison getting hacked, and what a typical day is like in the life of super ultra entrepreneur Sam Forline. Sam also helps Chris figure out how to get paid to do what Chris loves to do: smoke weed and paint. 24-Year-Old Entrepreneur Sam Forline Sam’s newest venture is the Readybox: “the fastest consumer 3D printer in the world. ” Check out the links below for more information on Sam and all of his companies. Sam Forline Links - Sam's first company that brings in $1, 000 a day - Sam's app creation company - Sam's viral marketing company - Sam owns part of the fastest consumer 3D printer in world We also talk about Chris jumping on things, Vive lumbar support, John's dog Harold chewing on stuff, various wildlife in Chris's yard, and a lady at the gas station that is really starting to freak Chris Brake out. Posted: October 5, 2015, 5:07 am Chris is an Atheist. John is a Christian. And Daniel Johnson is a High Priest at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons). So a Christian, an Atheist, and a Mormon walk into a podcast... John tries to figure out how Mormons and Christians are different. Chris points out that Mormons are Christians. Mormon High Priest Daniel Johnson explains the mysterious Mormon rituals, "The Oath of Vengeance, " the mysterious Mormon Garments commonly known as "Magic Underwear, " and the time he was shot at and took one on the chin from some drunk guy in Argentina. We also talk about how religion was hijacked by the government, and Daniel suggests that the Garden of Eden is in Missouri. subscribe on iTunes subscribe on Stitcher Links Mormon High Priest Daniel Johnson is the author of two books: An LDS Guide to Mesoamerica and An LDS Guide to the Yucatan. You can read his blog at Daniel Johnson Latter Day Saints Mormon High Priest An LDS Guide to Mesoamerica by Daniel Johnson, Jared Cooper, and Derek Gasser An LDS Guide to the Yucatan by Daniel Johnson, Derek Gasser, and Jared Cooper Vive Back Pain John brings Chris a Vive to help his back. You should get your own Vive and tell us how it helps (or doesn't help) you! Click on the Vive below to check it out. Vive Back Pain Seat Cushion Posted: September 28, 2015, 4:45 am Clownalyn Monroe. Half clown. Half Marilyn Monroe. Full awesome. We talk to Clownalyn Monroe about quitting her job to become a clown, getting the cold shoulder from Clownvis, wearing Clownverse shoes, busking on Venice Beach, making balloons for children in Beverly Hills, and the fine line one must walk being both a burlesque performer and a children's clown-for-hire. Bonus! A special appearance by Clownalyn's neighbor, Michael De Gainsborough. Also known as Christian Slater's dad! download the mp3 Top 5 Clownalyn Monroe Links Official Clownalyn Monroe Website @ClownalynMonroe on Twitter Clownalyn Monroe YouTube Channel Clownalyn Monroe on GigSalad Here's a Chris Brake Show Episode CB106 YouTube Playlist with some of Clownalyn Monroe's videos. Check it out! Bonus! Michael De Gainsborough (Christian Slater's Dad) Michael De Gainsborough One of Clownalyn's neighbors happens to be Michael De Gainsborough, aka, Christian Slater's dad. We talk a little bit with Michael about his book The Great American Novel: Blood Bound, A Masterpiece and learn some disheartening news about the silver screen legend and Cuffs star, Christian Slater. Posted: September 21, 2015, 4:04 am Playboy Playmate Charlotte Kemp just wrote a new book called Centerfolds - a collection of juicy first-hand stories from the women of Playboy. Charlotte, crowned "Miss Budweiser" and "Best Breasts in the USA", talks with us about life at the Playboy Mansion, accidentally being scouted at age 17, the heinous incident on the Sally Jesse Raphael Show, the hairiness of Robin Williams, and throwing a Backgammon board at Hugh Hefner's face under strong suspicion that Hefner was cheating. At Backgammon. Centerfolds Centerfolds has all sorts of interesting stories involving celebrities and other first-hand accounts that you won't read anywhere else. Charlotte says Hugh Hefner (or Hef, if you're nasty) has a "What Happens at the Playboy Mansion, Stays at the... " rule - but she published the book anyway because she felt like these women's stories should be told. CHRIS BRAKE SHOW EXCLUSIVE: Bill Cosby Assault Allegation Charlotte Kemp also tells us a story that's not in the Centerfolds book: the time she met Bill Cosby at the Playboy Mansion. You'll have to listen to the episode for the details, but it wasn't a jolly Bill Cosby that Kemp describes meeting. Far from it, dude. Check out Charlotte Kemp's website at Pick up a copy of Charlotte's book Centerfolds on Amazon. Centerfolds by Playboy Playmate Charlotte Kemp Retraction / Screw Up There's a really weird thing in this episode. We all came down with a case of George McGovern/George Wallace Confusion. Well, Chris didn't. He was right the whole time. But I suppose he was confused. So, yes. We all experienced George McGovern/George Wallace Confusion. But it should be pretty funny for you to listen to. Posted: September 14, 2015, 5:11 am Indianapolis hip hop artist Almighty Spit is in the studio! We talk to Almighty Spit about weight loss, fighting in the Indianapolis music scene, getting beat up for saying 'nigga, ' paying for beats vs. using free beats, and making tracks with Logan Log. Spit also talks about his studio technique, his girlfriend smuggling meth into a prison, and the proper way to make a toast. “If you got a name that begins with Yung or Lil, I ain’t even gonna listen to your shit. ” The Almighty Spit New Almighty Spit Songs We also listen to two new Almighty Spit tracks: "Son of Satan" and "Get It". Spit also describes a sexual experience he recently had that was so good he had an out of body experience and cried afterward. Almighty Spit / Chris Brake Show Jam Spit freestyles to some fresh Snowgoons beats live on the show. And there's even a live jam with the Chris Brake Show and Almighty Spit where we all do our thing. Almighty Spit on Soundcloud Check out Almighty Spit on Soundcloud at. Go listen to some of his tracks and show him some love. Posted: September 7, 2015, 4:00 am Courtney Love hired a giant fan named Greg Frederick to design her tour merchandise. She's sold the merch all over the world and made thousands of dollars. Courtney Love refuses to pay Greg Frederick a dime. You believe the nerve of this lady? Listen to Greg tell the story of how he went from lifelong Courtney Love superfan to getting taken for thousands of dollars by the corporate greed machine known as Courtney Love, how it feels when your childhood hero breaks your heart, Love's manager Sam Lutfi, and how Courtney Love is deleting her fans Tweets telling her to pay Greg. Courtney Love's Isolated Guitar Track We also listen to some isolated live audio of Courtney Love's actual guitar playing. Turns out, at least at this particular show, she sounded like a no-armed blind woman hacking at strings like a barbarian. You've really got to hear this. I (John) couldn't believe it. I still can't believe it. Then we listen to an isolated live audio Linda McCartney track, which was equally as bad. You've got to hear this to believe it. Courtney Love, Pay Your Artist Greg Frederick "Gay superfan kids, hell [sic] do it for free/very little and im [sic] all for it. " - Courtney Love Check out Greg Frederick's website at for more information and hilarious photos from the Courtney Love debacle. You can also buy some of his awesome artwork. Support the cause! #CourtneyPayGreg on Twitter Courtney Love's superfans are on Twitter Tweeting Tweets to Courtney telling her to pay Greg Frederick, with the hashtag #CourtneyPayGreg. Courtney's just deleting the Tweets and acting like nothing's going on. Tweet "Courtney Love Cobain" today at @Courtney and tell her to pay her artist, Greg Frederick! And for the third time, for goodness sake, please use the hashtag #CourtneyPayGreg. CHRIS BRAKE SHOW EXCLUSIVE "Nobody knows this, but... " Greg told us that after he initially published his story, Courtney Love's lawyer contacted Greg and said they wanted to settle the situation "civilly. " But Greg never heard from them again. Dora's Not Dead Dora Argh's not dead. She was having a long dream about the Chris Brake Show. Chris tells us the details of this dream (it involves us sitting in the studio doing the show). Long live Dora Argh! Chris [Wants to Decorate a] Rock Chris has an interesting idea involving a rock in his yard. But this proves complicated when Chris must clean the rock. How do you clean a rock? Well, we talk about that. Other stuff from this episode We learn that Shellac is a resin secreted by the female lac bug, on trees in the forests of India and Thailand. We learn just how John got away with peeing on the boat unnoticed? We remember the time that Sexy Sarah peed on a tree. We pose the question... Does Producer Bryan's wife Brittany make Bryan pee sitting down? Chris presents stunning evidence. We learn about Adam Ricki’s “Justin” Box - for "Just in case" something happens, he can grab this Justin Box and he's good to go. We recall the time Adam Ricki and Chris tried to make Sodium Acetate, or "hot ice. " We also talk about the Lifestraw and how it shows a guy drinking straight out of a nasty old pond with it. Click on the image below to go buy it so we can make a few pennies! Seriously though, look at this thing. Look at that nasty water! Lifestraw makes it taste great. That's some serious water filtration, bro. Posted: August 31, 2015, 2:39 am Skyler Cross wants to "Bring the Music to Greenwood" with a new All-Ages Music Venue Mr. Cross has a Kickstarter going to raise money for a new All-Ages Live Music Venue in Greenwood, IN. In this episode, we ask all the important questions, starting with numero uno: Is 'Skyler Cross' your real name, dude? Come on. Really? SkyCro also talks about the terrible injustices and atrocities going on in the Greenwood, IN music scene, and the new crazy adventure he's embarking upon. And you're invited!. Greenwood Punk Rock Skyler Cross talks about his brand new all-ages music venue, recording studio, practice space, community punk rock rec room known as... well, he hasn't decided on a name yet. And he hasn't exactly got all the money he needs to open the darned thing. But Skyler has a dream. And a Kickstarter. And a whole bunch of friends and the strong Greenwood Punk Rock community who are tired of not having a cool place to go hang out and see shows. Not just Punk Rock shows. But all kinds of shows. Country and Western. Listen to the episode to find out how you can help Skyler get this new all-ages music venue off the ground in Greenwood. Also check out his Kickstarter at Quotes from the Cross (Skyler Cross, That Is) “Let's stop outsourcing our music, and Help us create this crazy adventure! ” “The Greenwood area is not very friendly to new entrepreneurs. It's very expensive. But it’s the greatest place to have a venue. ” “The idea is to get 90 people a week in the venue for shows at about $10 a ticket. ” “It's going to start out very small. ” GreenfieldBlues on Parascope Chris Brake Show takes to Parascope to talk with some cool folks like GreenfieldBlues! RIP Stephanie Our hearts, thoughts, prayers, and everything go out to Monotone Matt over the loss of his wife Stephanie. We'll miss Giggles and we're glad we got to know her at least a little bit. Send your condolences to Matt on Parascope @Monomat. Posted: August 24, 2015, 4:04 am Dale Gordon from Inner Beats talks about creating things with vibrations, being a late bloomer, what drumming does to your body and mind, and how drums can help people with mental illnesses or mental disabilities. Dale also gives us a LIVE DRUM JAM where she plays not one, not three, but TWO different drums of hers live on the show. And tells us how to create a real Drum Circle... even if you're by yourself. Dale Gordon from Inner Beats on Chris Brake Show CB101 Listen Online Vibration, Baby Dale explains the science of vibration and how drumming alters you brain waves. She says drums are an ancient technique to synchronize the body and the mind. Dale Gordon Drum Workshop How To Make A Drum Circle Dale Gordon explains the magic of a Drum Circle, and tells us how to start your own drum circle at any time wherever you are. “I sat down with two people in Washington Square Park... it created 100s of people right in the middle of New York City. ” Dale Gordon Dale Gordon Videos [embed]/embed] Dale Gordon from Inner Beats Dale Gordon Links Dale Gordon's website is Where can you see Dale Gordon live? "New York Public Libraries. - if you're around town, look me up! " Email Dale at Chris Brake Show Boating Excursion We went out on a boat and John found out he can't pee in the water on demand. We also talk about road trips and that one guy who always loses the keys. Challenges Issued Mike Moore, WFOD: You've been called out. In this episode we call out Mike Moore from WFODicks, as well as our good buddy Jake. You hear that Jake? Mike from WFOD? You've been called out. And there's nothing you can do about it. Oh yeah. Posted: August 17, 2015, 2:21 am Listeners, vote now! Do you guys give a shit about Dale J. Gordon? Vote Now at: Do You Give A Shit About Dale J. Gordon? Vote Now We call up our favorite Nashville recording artist Dale J. Gordon and put him up on the chopping block as we let YOU vote and tell US if anybody out there gives a care about ol' Dale J. We've had this guy on the show numerous times, and if nobody gives a shit about Dale J. Gordon on the Chris Brake Show by now... maybe it's time to say goodbye to Dale? You decide! Make sure to vote in the poll above. Exclusive Dale J. Gordon Listening Party We unveil the song “Hand Me Down” by #1 Nashville recording artist Dale J. Gordon. That's right, you will hear the brand new song "Hand Me Down" by ol' Dale J. Gordon right here in this episode. Dale J. 'll Tell Ya Dale tells us what a harem is, his feelings on monogamy, and campaigns for the Sexual Alleviation Program (SAP) he's working on. Doing it for the workin' man! “It’s only cheating if you’re playing a game. ” - Dale J. Gordon, Nashville Recording Artist Old Uncle Dale J. Gordon's Hickey Removal Tips Dale J. Gordon and Stampy have to think fast to remove a hickey so Dale's girlfriend won't see it. Stampy didn't give him the hickey. Someone else did. She just helped severely injure Dale trying to get it off. John Sleeps in Dale's Room.. disconnects all the electronics in the room. This makes Dale so angry that he refuses to ever put his music online. Ever. Listen to the episode to see how that worked out. Plus: John's Back Pain John has back pain, apparently. Chris talks John into ordering Dr. John E. Sarno, MD's book, Healing Back Pain: The Mind-Body Connection and see if it fixes his back pain... forever. Posted: August 3, 2015, 4:45 am Emil & Dariel: the brothers from season 9 of America's Got Talent. We talk to them about what their life was like before they went on AGT and what their life is like now after they were ultimately kicked off AGT. And we talk to Kenny White from Howie at the Coffee Shop about how YOU can help HIM finish his horror film Birthday Massacre. Emil & Dariel Interview Topics Giving fans cello lessons over Skype, covering Elton John songs, 12 hour days shooting BS for America's Got Talent, crowdfunding, and what Emil & Dariel would do if they had food poisoning and got diarrhea before a show. Listen to Rock Cellos on Amazon Emil & Dariel's debut album Rock Cellos is out now! Get it for only $8. 99 on Amazon through this link: Watch Emil & Dariel Videos Here's a cool playlist we put together of some awesome Emil & Dariel videos on YouTube. Click Emil & Dariel Links Kenny White: stuck in the friend zone We talk to Kenny White from White Hair Productions and the Howie at the Coffee Shop podcast about why we should let him come on the show after we set a strict "No Friends On The Show" policy on Episode #94. Kenny White Interview Topics Smelling your romantic partner's shoes, feet in your crotch, why strip clubs are weird and that weird thing strippers do with your glasses, and we even get to speak with your boy Dustin from Howie at the Coffee Shop at the tail end there. Kenny White Links Posted: July 31, 2015, 6:48 pm Captain Tonz contacted us asking to come on the show and tell a bunch of insane Pirate stories. The answer was clear: yes. Welcome to episode 86, where we talk to a retired Pirate and author of 13th Day, and hear some war stories. Turns out, the Pirate stories are hilarious, they don't smuggle sex slaves, and Pirates are actually the good guys. ALSO: Wacky tales from the Bone Fags garage "studio. " PLUS: Pregnant wives, bastard daddy zombie bass players, Skatopia's Backwoods Blowout Brandon's Birthday Bowl Bash #XVIXX2X, Dr. Robert quits the band, Paul Zero fills in for him, and Bill Manspeaker heckles this dude Paul Zero. I'm talking nonstop, hardcore heckles this guy. Throwing chit, the whole bit. This happened the entire time we played. Good old Paul Zero. Whatever happened to that guy? Hey you book publisher person: you should publish this guy’s auto-biography. It’s the most interesting stories you’ll ever hear. Captain Anthony Tonz (pronounced "Ant-ony") Tonz ran away from home at 14, lurched a ride off the coast in a ship (not a boat, a ship) and proceeded to have an endless series of wild, wild journeys, experiences, and yarns. Our hero Captain Anthony Tonz returned to his homeland three years later, age 17: a full-blown, bonafide Pirate. Want to know more? Well, you've got to listen to the episode you silly idiot! Topics include: smuggling things, people, camels, amber, government pirates, and holding a Pirate Record for over 120 years: this man stole two giant ships and sailed them somewhere else. He does this stuff because really important people pay him to do this stuff. I'm talking Shieks. Look at this, taken from the official Captain Tonz site: I've 'undertaken' missions on behalf of; Royalty, Shieks and Politicians. I've 'assisted' in missions involving; President of the Philippines, Philippine Congress, MLF (Muslim Liberation Front), New Peoples Army Communist Rebels, Muammar Al-Ghaddafi, Goverment of Nigeria, the family of Prime Minister of Vietnam, CIA and various unmentionable orgs and gangsters. -- Quotes from Captain Tonz “stealing a ship has got to be the easiest thing you can do. ” He proceeds to tell us how to steal a ship. He also tells the classic YANBO heist, and how he was able to steal two ships at the same time from one Shiek for another Shiek. “i’ll tell you something no one else will tell you about Somali pirates. ” We get the real story of Captain Philips. Reporter murdered, kids fingers falling off due to toxic waste There's a bunch of toxic waste somewhere and Tonz knows where. It's deep under the sea. And Tonz knows who did it, too. And if someone doesn't clean it up, the whole area will be destroyed. It's making children's fingers fall off, dude. its a ticking time bomb. the indian ocean is going to be destroyed. your kids’ fingers will fall off. Let's get this thing cleaned up, yeah? More info: Not a fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Says real Pirates are nothing like that. Turns out pirates are just big old sweethearts. Kick back and enjoy hearing about a real pirate... Captain Anthony Tonz. Posted: July 27, 2015, 5:24 pm Famous Big Rock author and alien-abductee Chad C. Meek tells all in this exclusive interview. ALSO: John starts recording everything in his daily life. Chris recalls the psychotic Norman Wexler, aka Mister X from Bob Zmuda’s book Andy Kaufman Revealed! : Best Friend Tells All - and how he used to record everything, too. AND THEN: John hires a dog trainer to hang out with his mom. The topic of psychiatry is also introduced throughout the opening segment. Did I mention our guest was abducted by aliens? Oh, yeah. A whole bunch of times. Meet Chad C. Meek. He wrote a book called Giant Rock and you can get it on Kindle for $4. 99. Tell me about these aliens, guy. “There’s a whole bunch, they’re walking among us. ” From age 4 to 10 Mr. Chad C. Meek was abducted by aliens. Teleported from his grandmother's house into a silver disc. They experimented on him, the whole 9. This all happened in Giant Rock out in the desert, near Palm Springs. Hotbed of UFO activity. Google: what is Giant Rock? Giant Rock is a large freestanding boulder in the Mojave Desert near Landers, California, that covers 5, 800 square feet of ground and is seven stories high. Giant Rock is purported to be the largest free standing boulder in the world. Wikipedia Far out, man. Does government have alien tech? "Yes. " Chad's uncle is super famous Chad C. Meek's uncle is George Van Tassel, and he's super famous. Go check it out here: Giant Rock the motion picture Chad's rustled up a $40 million budget for the film version of Giant Rock. Meek says the film should be out by 2017. And he promised one of us we could play an alien in the film. Dude. Sweet. Book Posted: July 20, 2015, 3:09 am Coolio clears up the fake rumors that he got beat up and robbed during a concert, talks about the New World Order, martial law, Black Panthers, his recent Clippers performance with Jarez, the new Coolio album he's working on, his take on Afroman slugging a fan, why his fans don't spit on him, and the new Coolio hat coming out soon. Other topics include: CHRIS BRAKE SHOW LISTENS TO PODCHEESE LISTENING TO TINY TIM, Dennis Rodman in North Korea, being mean to people because you love them, MAE*GUN agrees to come in sick and puke in a bucket for $40, why is The Egyptian room called the Egyptian room?, MAE*GUN's new cubicle + Hang In There poster, and MAE*GUN has to find her own replacement. Quote #91 “They can't take nothin' from me but an ass whooping. ” – Coolio Posted: June 15, 2015, 3:05 am Benny from Podcheese tells us about the time he got to hang out with one of the most interesting people on the planet: Lester Green. Also known as Beetlejuice from the Howard Stern show. if you don’t recognize the name I guarantee you will recognize the face. Beetlejuice has been in a bunch of other stuff besides Howard Stern. For the record, Lester Green has been on WCW Monday Nitro, performed live with with The Killers of Comedy Tour, and also appeared in television and movies such as, Scary Movie 2, Bubble Boy, Doggy Fizzle Televizzle, Girls Gone Dead. I just wanted to let y'all know. Other topics include: Forcing people to listen to live podcast events, working with Bob Levy, how to correctly perform small talk with Beetlejuice, Mary Elizabeth Rumsey’s first vocal 3 by M. E. / Rhymes of the Times, Old Country Buffet, MAE*GUN eating too much sushi, J. Kolb’s live Tweets defending MAE*GUN, the concept of positive reinforcement, people who are hoarders, travel hacking, and Chris Brake’s chicken problem. Check out "Beetlejuice" Lester Green on Twitter: Check out Podcheese: More info about Lester "Beetlejuice" Green Lester Green aka Beetlejuice has done a bunch of other stuff as well. He once was involved in midget tossing, and went on to appear on WCW Monday Nitro, perform live with with The Killers of Comedy Tour, and also appear in television and movies such as, Scary Movie 2, Bubble Boy, Doggy Fizzle Televizzle, Girls Gone Dead. Quote #90 “I think they put the kibash on it. " – Benny from Podcheese, Using a Phrase John's Never Heard Before Posted: June 7, 2015, 6:28 pm Incredible interview with the most determined man in the world: Stuart Sharp. Stuart had never written a note of music in his life, but somehow ended up getting the Philharmonia Orchestra to record a symphony of music that only existed in Stuart's head. The story is amazing, one of the best stories you'll ever hear. Other topics include: telling girls they look bad, Mae*Gun talks about Harry Potter, and Stuart explains to John what Squash is. Quote #88 “What’s a sandal, but a little piece of shoe? ” – MAE*GUN, The Stone Philosopher Angeli Symphony Composer Stuart Sharp The Snow People | CB088 | Strange Label Posted: May 25, 2015, 2:39 am MAE*GUN HOLDS HONEST, SCANDALOUS INTERVIEW WITH AUSTRALIAN SUPERSTAR WARREN RODWELL This guy was kidnapped by Islamic terrorists and holds the record for being held hostage longer than anybody else EVER in the whole Australia thing. Chris and John are there, too. but... something's.... Different, about this episode. was mae*gun held hostage in own vacation home? why, yes! We psychoanalyze MAE*GUN's hierarchical position in her family unit, and why she gets trashed on all the time. mistress of the microphone Rodwell tells M*G to ask him anything. So she does. Dating, Australian snakes, favorite animal to ride... she even gets some Harry Potter shots in there. What a pro! Or is she? Yes!? "chris brake announced today that Indianapolis has the #1 largest sporting event in the world. " Much to Warren Rodwell's barber's chagrin, the Indianapolis 500 is the largest sporting event in the world. Shout out to Warren's barber though, for real: You are doing a good job on the Rodwell Cut!! #1. Sporting event. In the World. Rodwell's barber might not believe it, but that doesn't matter. Indianapolis still holds the title for the #1 Sporting Event in the World. And that happened all live on the Chris Brake Show. Historic. everyone in america is [blank] Another great Rodwell-ism: can you guess the race that all Americans turned into when Obama took over the gimmick? giant swedes to attack tokyo Rodwell accuses Chris Brake's people of being really huge. australia owes warren rodwell a bunch of money According to some weird Aussie rule, Rodwell is owed a bunch of money. But there's a weird snag. Listen to learn how YOU can do your part to help Rodwell score a fat stack from the government. What have you done for Warren Rodwell today? not normal, this situation How did Rodwell get a super famous Australian rock 'n roll superstar to record a song in support of his Free Rodwell movement? Well, we asked him about that. We got you covered, man. Posted: April 12, 2015, 3:36 pm.

Jump Shot: The Kenny Sailors story

Actually BasketBall was invented a 1000 years ago by the Mayans and the Aztecs. They played with a rubber ball. Mr. Naismith just added the final ingredients to make Basketball what it is today. It was invented by a Canadian not an American Eh. Jump Shot: The Kenny Sailors story 2. I love this video for how short it was. And here i was, thinking I was gonna watch a nice little video about basketball, and ended up getting stuck in a jesus trap, well played, christians. I spent several years of my life growing up in Gakona Alaska. I was privileged to know Mr. Sailors and his wife. I knew him as the man who invented the Jump shot back in the mid 70's. Its sad it took so long for him to be recognized. He'd only talk about his career in sports if you asked him but he would always freely express his love for the Lord. What a cool guy.

The jumpshot thooo lmfaoo. Jump Shot: The Kenny Sailors story 8. Amazing. pre-ordering now. Jump shot 3a the kenny sailors story remix. Back for another great gaming event, TooManyGames 2018 was an amazing weekend filled with fun events, great music and of course, games. TMG is a staple in the gaming convention circuit in the East Coast, running for over 15 years as a simple gaming swap meets to a large gaming hub. Currently located in Oaks, PA at The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, TMG houses a huge community of gamers that come nationwide to attend. With three full days of events and activities, TMG offered everything a nerd would want. There were content creators to meet, indie games to try, arcade classics to try and merch tables to browse through. And lastly, awesome people to meet along the way. We had a blast checking out all the sights, and our recap only captures just some of what we did. This year’s theme was based on Nintendo’s Mario, and to celebrate the theme they got two voice actors from the series. The special guests this year was Charles Martinet and Kenny James, the voice actors of Mario and Bowser respectively. These guys have been in the industry for some time now, lending their voices across multiple titles and different characters. Gamers from the 1990’s definitely grew up hearing these guys laugh, scream and roar in almost every Mario title. Showfloor Highlights With a large vendor hall, there were lots of nerdy collectibles to see on sale and indie games to play. There were specialty booths like the Monster Energy booth that handed out free monster drinks during the whole day, which gave us the caffeine rush we needed to sort through the whole place. Super Sox Shop Known for her oversize nerdy Christmas stockings, Gina’s Super Sox Shop offers soft plushy crafts inspired by pop nerd culture. We stopped by the Super Sox Shop booth to chat with Gina and look at her new wares she sewed up. One the sock display was a fuzzy purple sock, a Garnet from Steven Universe, the phone booth from Doctor Who, Usagi from Sailor Moon, and a Creeper from Minecraft. Operation Supply Drop At the Operation Supply Drop, an organization that sends nerdy gifts to USA troops, we heard about their latest charity events. They were also offering a small challenge to be the top gamer in their Halo tournament that gave out small prizes. We actually received a ration, which we heard wasn’t bad tasting. This organization is a great resource to help gamers connect and supports a good cause, so definitely worth checking out at conventions if you see them. Screenwave Media We checked out Screenwave Media’s indie game booth that contained playable demos of their latest games they published such as Meme Machine, Spook’s Jump Scare Mansion, Use Your Words. We checked out an early version of Meme Machine last Pax East, since then the final version was released on June 22nd, 2018. The final version contained more characters, tighter controls, and the same internet silliness. This booth also had a live stream booth where gamers would throw on a stream and talk about their convention experience. RedEssenceGames The dev team at RedEssenceGames have been working hard on building their first major title Mask of Semblance. We have met the team over the year on our convention trips and it’s been great watching this game grow every time. Mask of Semblance is an action adventure title that features glorious hand-drawn art and fast-paced combat. The gameplay follows the traditional hack and slack game mechanics and has fluid controls to jump in and out of combat easily. Lining up attacks and unleashing combines feels fun and the art style is colorful to keep the eyes entertained. This game is in early development and the demo can be downloaded now. Nicholas Hydock Nicholas Hydock offers a different take on the randomly generated, rogue-lite, dungeon crawler game experience in his game C:raft. The game’s structure use’s the host’s computer file system to dictate how C:raft will be generated. C:raft will analyze the host computer and create a special game design that features randomly generated items, levels, and quest that is based on the host computer. The gameplay and art style is simplistic in black and white. The controls are very basic, using very few inputs. In fact, the C:raft highlights that the game is great to play with a beer in one hand and one on the keyboard or tablet. Paralily The developers working on Paralilly have presented another build of their game, updating what we played during our time at AVGC early in the year. Paralilly stars Patches, a little girl that’s on a quest to rescue her lost stuffed dragon that is lost between realities. Patches must shift between parallel universes to navigate obstacles, solve puzzles and avoid dangers. Wimbus Studios The team over at Wimbus Studios has always been one of our favorite stops at TMG. Their game, The Island of Eternal Struggle, takes inspirations from classic turn-based RPGs like Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, and mix it with their own unique humor. They had made Steam early access last year and working towards improving their game. Mega Cat studios When it comes to being a triple threat, Mega Cats Studios doesn’t mess around. Not only do they make their own games, but they published their games digitally and in retro formats. They make games they always wanted to make as kids and aim to make them a tab stranger. Their latest game, Coffee Crisis, is their take on the beat’em up genre and was loads of fun to play when we got our hands on a review copy a few months ago. They were showing off their latest updates for the PC version and were showing off their game catalog at their booths. Cosplay Pro-Wrestling When’s the last time you saw Mario punch Sora, while a Mr. Game and Watch moves in for a cheap shot at their groins. The nimble and talented geeky wrestles at Cosplay Pro-Wrestling know how to pump up the crowds while dressed as fan-favorite characters. They not only embodied the spirit of their character persona’s, they perform heart-stopping wrestling moves that get the wrestling fan in everyone cheering. Their shows are fun and we also have a good time screaming and boo-ing for our heroes and villains. Pole Pole Pole Our favorite booth. It was a sign about a pole, placed next to a pole, to warn others about a pole. Panels Panels held through the hours of TooManyGames discuss a wide range of nerdy interest. Some talk about their experience being a content creator, analyzing games, or show off a strange performance piece. There were three rooms that ran a new panel every hour, so you can hop around all day listening to random topics and some amusing feedback from the crowds. Completely Unnecessary Podcast Pat the NES Punk and Ian Furguson look back at their past experiences about their podcast, their gaming collection and fun stories about traveling to conventions and meeting some strange characters along the way. Dais of Thunder – Roast of Pac-Man The comedians of Dais of Thunder dress as classic gaming icons to hold a not so friendly roast for the yellow dot-eater, Pac-Man. It’s a fun concept for gamers that know the characters well and the room was packed. Hack The Movies – Best Batman Games Panel and Harley Quinn Cosplay Contest Parodying cosplay panels, Hack The Movies hosted a batman appreciation panel that goes off the rails. This is what happens when only one Harley Quinn cosplayer appears and an unhealthy obsession with Chris O’Donnell becomes a cringe worthy panel discussion. Concerts Through the TMG, the concert room held different musicians playing a set for attend to check out. Each musician brought something different for the audience to hear, so it’s never the same band twice. They played rock, chiptunes, heavy metal, punk and all mixes of music genre in between to be heard in the concert room. Nerd Surge Knights of the Round Kenzie Black Free Play A large selection of TooManyGames is their collection of arcade and console free play area. This room hosted tons of games to play throughout the three days. They had Japanese import candy cabs, musical games, pinball and classic retro hits. Their console area offered a random assortment of games for anyone to jump in and play. The area in the back held Smash brothers and Overwatch tournaments that brings more competitive gamers to fight for prizes and nerd respect. Parties A long day at a con deserves an even longer rest period. We kicked back the nights with friends and new acquaintances at the hotel bar and ballroom. On Friday night, we got to chill at the Screenwave media party to sing along with some off-key karaoke singers while having a drink or two (Or five). Saturday night we got to see DJ Cutman perform and try to keep our drink count in the single digits. Partying all night is fun, but cost sleep, so we try not to rage until the morning light. We still had Sunday for our last chance on good game deals and attend a panel. So our morning was a quick Wawa breakfast hoogie to help our recovery and one last trip through the show floor. The Morning After This year’s TooManyGames was another great convention experience that gave us tons of stuff to do all weekend. It was hard to find a boring moment when we were surrounded by so many options to chose. We enjoyed every moment snapping pics, talking to people, and digging through vendor tables. TooManyGames brings together a great community of geeks and nerds and we look forward to our time back next summer.


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Jump shot 3a the kenny sailors story karaoke. Jump Shot: The Kenny Sailors storyid. The Muppet Movie Theatrical release poster by Drew Struzan Directed by James Frawley Produced by Jim Henson Written by Jack Burns Jerry Juhl Starring Jim Henson Frank Oz Jerry Nelson Richard Hunt Dave Goelz Charles Durning Austin Pendleton Edgar Bergen Milton Berle Mel Brooks James Coburn Dom DeLuise Elliott Gould Bob Hope Madeline Kahn Carol Kane Cloris Leachman Steve Martin Richard Pryor Telly Savalas Orson Welles Paul Williams Music by Kenneth Ascher Cinematography Isidore Mankofsky Edited by Christopher Greenbury Production companies ITC Entertainment Henson Associates Distributed by Associated Film Distribution [a] Release date May 31, 1979 (United Kingdom) June 22, 1979 (United States) Running time 97 minutes [3] (UK version) 95 minutes [4] (US version) Country United Kingdom United States Language English Budget $8 million [5] Box office $76. 7 million [4] The Muppet Movie is a 1979 musical road comedy film and the first theatrical film featuring the Muppets. Directed by James Frawley and produced by Jim Henson, the film's screenplay was conceived by The Muppet Show writers Jerry Juhl and Jack Burns. An American and British venture produced by Henson Associates and ITC Entertainment between the first half and the second half of The Muppet Show ' s third season, the film depicts Kermit the Frog as he embarks on a cross-country trip to Hollywood. Along the way, he encounters several of the Muppets—who all share the same ambition of finding success in professional show business—while being pursued by Doc Hopper, an evil restaurateur with intentions of employing Kermit as a spokesperson for his frog legs business. In addition to the Muppet performers, the film stars Charles Durning and Austin Pendleton, and features cameo appearances by Dom DeLuise, James Coburn, Edgar Bergen (in his final film appearance), Steve Martin, and Mel Brooks, among others. Notable for its surreal humour, meta-references and prolific use of cameos, The Muppet Movie was released in the United Kingdom on May 31, 1979, and in the United States on June 22, 1979, and received critical praise; including two Academy Award nominations for Paul Williams and Kenneth Ascher 's musical score and their song, " Rainbow Connection ". In 2009, the film was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. The success of The Muppet Movie led to several other feature films starring the Muppets: The Great Muppet Caper (1981), The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984), The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992), Muppet Treasure Island (1996), Muppets from Space (1999), The Muppets (2011) and Muppets Most Wanted (2014). Plot [ edit] The film begins with the Muppets sitting down at a private screening to watch a movie that tells the story of how they all met. Kermit the Frog lives a simple life in a Florida swamp. One day, he enjoys an afternoon playing his banjo and singing " Rainbow Connection ", when he is approached by Bernie, a talent agent who encourages Kermit to pursue a career in show business before being chased away by a nearby alligator. Inspired by the idea of "making millions of people happy", Kermit sets off on a cross-country trip to L. A., but is soon pursued by entrepreneur Doc Hopper and his assistant Max, who attempt to convince Kermit to be the new spokesman of Hopper's struggling french-fried frog legs restaurant franchise. Unwilling to accept Kermit's refusal, Hopper resorts to increasingly insane means of persuasion. Kermit meets Fozzie Bear, working as a hapless stand-up comedian, and invites him on his journey. The two set out in Fozzie's 1951 Studebaker. They meet the rock band Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem and their manager Scooter in an old church, who receive a copy of the film's script from the pair. They meet and are joined by Gonzo and his girlfriend Camilla the Chicken. They trade in their failing vehicle at a used car lot, where they meet Sweetums. They invite him to come with them, but he runs away. Thinking he does not want to come, the others drive away only for Sweetums to come back out and reveal that he had only run away to pack his things. The group also meets Miss Piggy at a county fair, and she immediately becomes love-stricken with Kermit. While Kermit and Miss Piggy form a relationship over dinner that night, Hopper and Max kidnap Miss Piggy as bait to lure Kermit. Using an electronic "cerebrectomy" device, mad scientist Professor Krassman tries to brainwash Kermit into performing in Hopper's advertisements, but an enraged Miss Piggy knocks out Hopper's henchmen and causes Krassman to be brainwashed by his own device. However, Miss Piggy receives a job offer, and promptly abandons a devastated Kermit. Joined later by Rowlf the Dog and reunited with Miss Piggy, the Muppets continue their journey to Hollywood, but their car breaks down in the desert. Sitting at a campfire, the group sadly realizes that they will likely miss the audition the next day. Kermit wanders off, ashamed for bringing his friends on a fruitless journey, but some personal reflection restores his commitment. He returns to camp, where The Electric Mayhem find the stranded Muppets after reading ahead in the script, and offer to take them the rest of the way in their bus. The group is warned by Max that Hopper has hired an assassin, Snake Walker, to kill Kermit, who decides to face his aggressor and proposes a Western-style showdown in a nearby ghost town. There, they find inventor Bunsen Honeydew and his assistant Beaker. Confronting Hopper, Kermit attempts to appeal to Hopper's own hopes and dreams, but Hopper is unmoved and orders his henchmen to kill Kermit and his friends. They are saved when one of Dr. Bunsen's inventions, "insta-grow" pills, temporarily turns Mayhem drummer Animal into a giant, frightening away Hopper and his henchmen for good. The Muppets reach Hollywood, but are soon stopped by studio secretary Miss Tracy, until spreading loose fur causes her to suffer an allergic reaction. They finally meet studio executive Lew Lord, who signs the Muppets to a "standard 'rich and famous' contract", and attempt to make their first movie as a pastiche of their journey. The first take goes awry when Gonzo crashes into the prop rainbow, and an explosion blows a hole in the roof of the studio. As the Muppets stand in stunned silence, a natural rainbow suddenly shines through the hole and right onto the Muppets. Joined by other Muppet characters, the Muppets sing the final verses of "The Magic Store/Rainbow Connection (Reprise)", before Sweetums crashes through the movie screen in the theater, ending the film, finally catching up with the rest of the crew as they congratulate each other on their performances. Cast [ edit] Charles Durning as Doc Hopper, a businessman, entrepreneur, and restaurateur. Austin Pendleton as Max, Doc Hopper's shy right-hand man and sidekick. Scott Walker as Snake Walker, an assassin who specializes in killing frogs. H. B. Haggerty as Lumberjack Bruce Kirby as Gate Guard James Frawley as Waiter at El Sleezo Café, where Fozzie is doing his comedy act Melinda Dillon as a Woman with Balloon (uncredited) Muppet performers [ edit] Jim Henson as Kermit the Frog, Rowlf the Dog, Dr. Teeth, Waldorf, Swedish Chef Frank Oz as Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Animal, Sam Eagle, Marvin Suggs Jerry Nelson as Floyd Pepper, Crazy Harry, Robin the Frog, Lew Zealand, Camilla the Chicken Richard Hunt as Scooter, Statler, Janice, Sweetums, Beaker Dave Goelz as The Great Gonzo, Zoot, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Doglion Caroll Spinney as Big Bird Frank Oz appears in a cameo as a biker who beats up Fozzie Bear while Steve Whitmire appears as a man in the Bogen County Fair. Also, director Tim Burton is one of the puppeteers in the final shot of the film. John Landis is also in the final shot, performing Grover. Landis and Burton were both uncredited. Many other long time members of Jim Henson's team also provided puppeteer services, including Steve Whitmire, Kathryn Mullen, Bob Payne, Eren Ozker, Carolyn Wilcox, Olga Felgemacher, Bruce Schwartz, Michael Earl Davis, Buz Suraci, Tony Basilicato and Adam Hunt. Cameo guest stars [ edit] (in order of appearance) Dom DeLuise as Bernie, a Hollywood agent who meets Kermit in the swamp. The character's name is a reference to Bernie Brillstein, talent agent and producer of The Muppet Show. James Coburn as El Sleezo Café Owner Madeline Kahn as an El Sleezo Patron, with the same rhotacism and personality Kahn used for Lili von Shtupp in Blazing Saddles Telly Savalas as El Sleezo Tough Carol Kane as "Myth" (summoned by name) Paul Williams as El Sleezo Pianist. Milton Berle as Mad Man Mooney, a used car salesman for whom Sweetums worked as a jack. Elliott Gould as Compère, who announces Miss Piggy as the winner of the Bogen County Beauty Pageant Edgar Bergen as Himself and Charlie McCarthy, playing judges at the Bogen County Fair. This would be Bergen's final film role, as he died shortly after his scene was filmed. Bob Hope as Ice Cream Vendor Richard Pryor as Balloon Vendor, a man who sells balloons to Gonzo at the Bogen County Fair. Steve Martin as Insolent Waiter, a sarcastic waiter that works at the restaurant that Rowlf used to work at. Mel Brooks as Professor Max Krassman, a mad scientist who is hired by Doc Hopper. Cloris Leachman as Miss Tracy, Lew Lord's secretary who is allergic to animals. Orson Welles as Lew Lord, a Hollywood producer and studio executive. The character's name is a reference to Sir Lew Grade, head of British company, ATV, which co-produced the original Muppet Show. Production [ edit] Development [ edit] The main obstacle the filmmakers were faced with during the development of The Muppet Movie was whether the Muppets would transition seamlessly from television to film. In 1978, director James Frawley, Jim Henson, and Frank Oz filmed several camera tests outside London to test how the characters would appear in real-world locations. [7] Austin Pendleton recalled that the film was shot on "a very unhappy set, because Jim [Frawley] was very unhappy directing that movie. And I noticed that was the only time the Muppet people used an outside person to direct a Muppet movie. They never did that again. After that, it was either Jim Henson or Frank Oz. And I would have liked to have been in one of those, because those sets were very harmonious. But this was not. " [8] Filming locations included Albuquerque, New Mexico. [9] To perform Kermit static on a log, Henson squeezed into a specially designed metal container complete with an air hose (to breathe), a rubber sleeve which came out of the top to perform Kermit and a monitor to see his performance, and placed himself under the water, log, and the Kermit puppet. [10] He was also assisted in this operation by Kathryn Mullen and Steve Whitmire. This scene took five days to film. Before this, no film had a hand puppet act with its entire body appearing on-screen. That is, hand puppets were only seen from the waist up, and it became a major plot point to show Kermit with legs. To have Kermit ride a bicycle in a full-body shot, a Kermit puppet with legs was posed onto the seat and his legs and arms were attached to the pedals and handlebars. An overhead crane with a marionette system held the bicycle through strong strings invisible to the camera, guiding the bicycle forward. The crane and system were out of the camera's frame of vision. [7] Other shots required Muppets standing and acting in a full-body shot. Specially-made, remote-controlled puppets were placed on the set and controlled by puppeteers out of the frame. A dancing Kermit and Fozzie Bear were operated by Henson and Frank Oz in front of a blue screen, and were composited onto a separate reel of the stage. Both of these effects and the bicycle effect would be used again, and refined, in subsequent Muppet films. The closing reprise of "Rainbow Connection" featured a crowd of more than 250 Muppet characters—virtually every Muppet that had been created up to that point in time. According to Henson Archivist Karen Falk: "137 puppeteers were enlisted from the Puppeteers of America (along with the regular Muppet performers) to perform every Muppet extant. Prior to the day-long filming of the shot, Henson gave the enthusiastic participants a lesson in the art of cinematic puppetry. Amazingly, it did take just one day. " The Muppet Show Fan Club newsletter answered the question of "How did they do it? " The response was "There are 250 puppets in the last shot of the film, and they're all moving. How? 150 puppeteers in a 6' deep, 17' wide pit, that's how. They were recruited through the Los Angeles Guild of The Puppeteers of America and almost every puppeteer west of the Rockies reported for pit duty. " [11] In September 1978, Edgar Bergen, Henson's idol who appeared in a cameo role, died shortly after completing his scenes. Henson dedicated the film to his memory. Style [ edit] The Muppet Movie uses meta-references as a source of humor, as characters occasionally break the fourth wall to address the audience or comment on their real-life circumstances. In one scene, Kermit and Fozzie encounter Big Bird on the road, offering him a lift to Hollywood, but he declines, heading to New York City to break into public television, referencing the character's role in Sesame Street. In a particularly meta-fictional plot twist, Kermit and Fozzie actually give the screenplay to Dr. Teeth, who later uses it to find and rescue them after they have been stranded in the desert. Prop vehicles [ edit] Several classic cars were specially selected by Henson for appearances in the film. The most prominent were a pair of 1951 Studebaker Commander Coupes driven by Fozzie Bear in the film. One car was painted but unmodified and driven by a person in the front seat. It was used for long, traveling shots. The second car was driven by a person in the trunk, who viewed the road through a TV set. The television received its image from a camera located in the center nose of the car's front grille. This made it possible for Frank Oz to perform Fozzie Bear in the front seat, and have the character seemingly drive the car in close-up shots. This car is now on display at the Studebaker National Museum in South Bend, Indiana. Doc Hopper is chauffeured throughout the movie by Max in a 1959 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 Limousine. The final car driven by the Muppets is a 1946 Ford Woodie station wagon, famous for its wood panel siding and a valuable collectible. Music [ edit] The film's music was written by Kenneth Ascher and Paul Williams. Regarding the music's composition, Williams said; "Jim Henson gave you more [creative] freedom than anybody I've ever worked with in my life. I said, 'You want to hear the songs as we're writing them? ' He said, 'No. I'll hear them in the studio. I know I'm gonna love them. ' You just don't get that kind of freedom on a project these days. " [12] "Movin' Right Along", "Never Before, Never Again", and "I Hope That Somethin' Better Comes Along" were shortened in the film, compared to their soundtrack versions, for continuity purposes. The latter, a duet between Rowlf and Kermit, contained references that the studio considered too mature for children, although the song appeared complete in the British theatrical and home video debut versions. In "Finale: The Magic Store", a line performed by Kermit in the film is sung by Fozzie on the soundtrack recording. Release [ edit] In celebration of the film's 40th anniversary, The Muppet Movie returned to theaters for two days on July 25 and 30, 2019. [13] Home media [ edit] The Muppet Movie was the first film from ITC Entertainment to be released on home video when Magnetic Video issued it in May 1980, having acquired the video rights to ITC's films. It was reissued in 1982 and 1984 by CBS/Fox Video. In 1993, Buena Vista Home Video re-released the film under their Jim Henson Video label. [14] The movie was reissued again on VHS by Columbia Tristar Home Video [nb 1] and Jim Henson Home Entertainment on June 1, 1999, who would then release the movie onto DVD on June 5, 2001. It was re-released by Walt Disney Home Entertainment on DVD and reissued as a Walt Disney Pictures release in November 2005, as Kermit's 50th Anniversary Edition. Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment released the film as the Nearly 35th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray Disc and DVD in August 2013. [16] This leaves out the rights to the Sesame Street characters already owned by Sesame Workshop. Reception [ edit] Box office [ edit] The film proved to be a huge hit at the box office during the summer of 1979 and ended up grossing $76, 657, 000 domestically [5] [4], making it the seventh highest-grossing film of 1979, and also the second highest-grossing Muppet film after the release of The Muppets in 2011. The success of the film gave Jim Henson Productions an opportunity to release more Muppet productions theatrically. The film's successful theatrical release encouraged Lew Grade into furthering his own film distribution company, which later backfired with the massive box office failures of Can't Stop the Music (from EMI) and Raise the Titanic (from ITC), both released by Associated Film Distribution just a year later. [17] Critical reception [ edit] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three-and-a-half out of four stars. In his favorable review, he was fascinated that " The Muppet Movie not only stars the Muppets but, for the first time, shows us their feet. " [18] Vincent Canby of The New York Times offered equal praise, stating that the film "demonstrates once again that there's always room in movies for unbridled amiability when it's governed by intelligence and wit. " [19] Gene Siskel of the Chicago Tribune gave the film three-and-a-half stars out of four and called it "surely one of the summer's most entertaining films, " which "does a fairly nice job of trying to be all things to all people. Which is not an easy job. " [20] Dale Pollock of Variety wrote, "'The Muppet Movie' is a winner... Script by Jerry Juhl and Jack Burns incorporates the zingy one-liners and bad puns that have become the teleseries' trade mark, but also develops the Muppets themselves as thinking, feeling characters. " [21] Charles Champlin of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "as you might well expect, it is hip, funny, technically ingenious, fast-moving, melodious, richly produced, contemporary and equally and utterly beguiling to grown-ups and small persons. " [22] Katrine Ames of Newsweek stated, "'The Muppet Movie' is a delectable grab bag of influences — stories by L. Frank Baum and Lewis Carroll, Westerns, the Crosby-Hope and Garland - Rooney movies — as well as its own inventive devices. The result is a kind of ' That's Entertainment! ' with a plot attached. Its charm — and success — lie primarily in its loving pokes at Hollywood conventions and in the lovable characters who do the poking. " [23] Leonard Maltin 's annual movie guide found the film enjoyable, though he called the score "pedestrian". The Muppet Movie currently holds an 88% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes with an average score of 8/10, based on 48 reviews. The site's consensus says " The Muppet Movie, the big-screen debut of Jim Henson's plush creations, is smart, lighthearted, and fun for all ages. " [24] In 2009, it was named to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant and will be preserved for all time. [25] American Film Institute Lists AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs – Nominated [26] AFI's 100 Years... 100 Songs: " Rainbow Connection " – #74 AFI's Greatest Movie Musicals – Nominated [27] Accolades [ edit] Awards Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result Academy Awards April 14, 1980 Best Original Song " Rainbow Connection " – Paul Williams and Kenny Ascher Nominated Best Adaptation Score Songs by Paul Williams and Kenny Ascher; Adaption by Paul Williams Golden Globe Awards January 26, 1980 "Rainbow Connection" – Paul Williams and Kenny Ascher Grammy Awards February 27, 1980 Best Album for Children Jim Henson and Paul Williams Won Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media Saturn Awards July 26, 1980 Best Fantasy Film Satellite Awards February 23, 2014 [28] Best Youth Blu-ray Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Notes [ edit] ^ Renamed Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment in April 2001, then Sony Pictures Home Entertainment between November 2004 [15] and March 2005. References [ edit] ^ Jay Jones, Brian (2013). "Chapter 12: Twists and Turns". Jim Henson: The Biography. Ballantine Books ( Random House). pp. 374–375. ISBN 978-0345526113. ^ Thompson, Simon (July 25, 2019). "Remembering 'The Muppet Movie' At 40 With Gonzo". Forbes. Retrieved July 25, 2019. ^ " THE MUPPET MOVIE (U)". British Board of Film Classification. May 14, 1979. Retrieved July 27, 2015. ^ a b c "Box Office Information for The Muppet Movie ". The Numbers. Retrieved January 23, 2016. ^ a b Jones, Brian Jay (2013). "Life's Like a Movie". New York: Ballantine Books. p. 296. ISBN 978-0-345-52611-3. Meanwhile, audiences made it [ The Muppet Movie] one of the most profitable films of the decade, grossing over $65 million in its initial release—not a bad return on [Lew] Grade 's initial $8 million investment. ^ Jackson, Chandler (September 17, 2018). "Report: Jim Henson's Induction to the Banjo Hall of Fame".. Retrieved March 1, 2020. the tiny banjo sewn into Kermit’s Kermit’s Muppet Movie banjo proved to be miniature, wooden instrument used by The Country Trio’s Jim Henson caricature figure was shipped over instead. ^ a b Roessner, Beth (March 22, 2014). "First 'Muppets' director recalls original". USA Today. Retrieved September 5, 2014. ^ Rabin, Nathan (July 29, 2009). "Austin Pendleton | Film | Random Roles". The A. V. Club. Retrieved December 21, 2012. ^ 100 years of filmmaking in New Mexico 1898–1998. New Mexico Dept. of Tourism. 1998. p. 118. ^ Swansburg, John (December 6, 2013). "Muppet Man". The New York Times. Retrieved April 10, 2014. ^ The Muppet Show Fan Club newsletter (vol. 2, no. 1) ^ "Rainbow Connection".. Retrieved December 7, 2009. ^ "More Than a Rainbow Connection: The Muppet Movie Revisited". Den of Geek. July 20, 2019. Retrieved July 30, 2019. ^ Spain, Tom (January 25, 1993). "The Great Muppet Deal". The Washington Post. Retrieved August 2, 2019. ^ "Sony Pictures Renames Columbia TriStar". Billboard. November 19, 2004. Retrieved July 29, 2015. ^ Truitt, Brian (August 9, 2013). "Kermit, Fozzie entertain in 'Muppet Movie' camera test". Retrieved August 12, 2013. ^ Lew Grade, Still Dancing: My Story, William Collins & Sons 1987 p 252 ^ Ebert, Roger (November 14, 1979). "The Muppet Movie". Chicago Sun-Times.. Retrieved February 1, 2012. ^ Canby, Vincent (June 22, 1979). "The Screen: Muppets Go to Hollywood:Roadiest Road Picture". Retrieved September 9, 2013. ^ Siskel, Gene (August 3, 1979). " The Muppets plant feet firmly on the big screen ". Chicago Tribune. Section 2, p. 13. ^ Pollock, Dale (May 30, 1979). "Film Reviews: The Muppet Movie". Variety. p. 16. ^ Champlin, Charles (June 21, 1979). " Muppets Invade the Real World ". Los Angeles Times. Part IV, p. 17. ^ Ames, Katrine (July 2, 1979). "Kermit and His Gang". Newsweek. p. 67. ^ "The Muppet Movie". Rotten Tomatoes. Flixster. Retrieved September 8, 2012. ^ "25 new titles added to National Film Registry". Yahoo News. Yahoo. December 30, 2009. Archived from the original on January 6, 2010. Retrieved December 30, 2009. ^ "AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs Nominees" (PDF). ^ "AFI's Greatest Movie Musicals Ballot" (PDF). ^ Kilday, Gregg (December 2, 2013). "Satellite Awards: '12 Years a Slave' Leads Film Nominees". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved December 2, 2013. External links [ edit] Official website at The Muppet Movie on IMDb The Muppet Movie at the TCM Movie Database The Muppet Movie at Box Office Mojo The Muppet Movie at Rotten Tomatoes The Muppet Movie at Metacritic Tough Pigs: The Muppet Movie from Script to Screen.

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