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Midnight at the Movies November 6, 2008

Posted by The Typist in Toulouse Street.
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Ah to be say 16 and standing outside the Carrollton or some other small neighborhood theater at a quarter to twelve waiting to go into to see Frank Zappa’s 200 Motels, The Groove Tube or some other wholesome fare at the Midnight Movies. There was a certain je ne sais quoi in the air at those events. Or maybe it wasn’t something French but instead something Mexican. I really can’t recall. I’m not sure when or where I saw this except that it was as an opening short at one of the Midnight Movies.

I’m off to a wedding in Gulf Shores on the Redneck Riviera, second time for the 50 something fellow with whom I saw many of those Midnight Movies. Try not to let them demolish the house while we’re gone.

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2. liprap - November 7, 2008

CLASSIC animation!

I wish they were still showing the old Warner Bros cartoons, myself…

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3. Capt. J. Swallow - November 9, 2008

A classic piece of film…thank ye…

History: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bambi_Meets_Godzilla
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064064/

…and yes, ladies and gentlemen, this was created and produced in Canada…1969, at Ryerson Polytehnical Institute!

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4. Slate - November 10, 2008

Wow. I was standing in line at midnight as well, but in NYC and it was something from Afghanistan that wasn’t a stinger missile. I totally remember this piece and it still cracks me up. Thanks for finding it and posting it.

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