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    We at The Video Archives Podcast are proud to present The Gala Show, a new podcast with our favorite reporter on the beat, Gala Avary. We've sent her out around town to interview interesting people from all walks of life, in and out of the Hollywood business, about subjects that are important to them. She's talked to friends of the podcast, like Mick Garris, Joe Dante, and Jacqueline Coley, as well as

    On this episode of The Gala Show, Gala travels to Nice Guy Productions World Headquarters overlooking the glamorous San Fernando Valley to chat with one of the nicest guys in Hollywood, Mick Garris (Sleepwalkers, Critters 2, and the Post Mortem Podcast). Mick walks Gala through the nuances and challenges of adaptations, his collaborations with Steven King and Clive Barker, and how one can even adapt their own original material — but first, a question about the set of Critters 2.


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    It’s the end of Season One of The Video Archives Podcast, and Quentin, Roger & Gala begin by reminiscing about some of their favorite parts of the season, and preview what they’d like to cover next. Then, it’s time for the Video Archives Podcast Awards, as your hosts select their favorite films, actors, actresses, scenes, VHS boxes and much more from the films they’ve covered so far. We’ll also reveal the Listener’s Choice picks for their favorite film and discussion from the season.

    Follow us on Twitter @videoarchives and on Instagram @videoarchivespod to stay posted about the upcoming season and everything else Video Archives! You can also catch up on past episodes of the show, get Video Archives Podcast merch and more at videoarchivespodcast.com. You can also write us a question by sending a letter to The Video Archives Podcast, c/o Insertomatic, 1014 South Westlake Boulevard, Suite #14-1328, Westlake Village, CA 91361.


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    On today's episode, we continue our memorial to Rick Dalton, the late actor best known for his roles in Bounty Law and the Fireman trilogy. We begin by focusing on Dalton’s straight-to-video era with three Italian heavy hitters: Blastfighter, Jungle Raiders and Operation Nam. Later, Quentin concludes his interview with Dalton, shedding light on the career choices he made throughout his life, and the values that the man held.

    Next week, tune in for the Season 1 finale of The Video Archives Podcast, as we give awards to our favorite films covered in the last year! Learn more about this week’s films, get Video Archives merch and more at videoarchivespodcast.com. Follow us on Twitter @videoarchives, and on Instagram @videoarchivespod. You can also write us a question by sending a letter to The Video Archives Podcast, c/o Insertomatic, 1014 South Westlake Boulevard, Suite #14-1328, Westlake Village, CA 91361.


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    On today’s After Show, the Video Archives crew play the deadly game of Rollerball! Roger and Quentin take a close look at director Norman Jewison and writer William Harrison’s dystopian corporate universe, while Gala explains how Zero the supercomputer both echoes the past and foreshadows the future. Plus: the final part of Roger’s interview with Gala, all about his experience adapting Silent Hill.

    Next week, we’ll return with Part 2 of our tribute to actor Rick Dalton. Learn more about this week’s films, get Video Archives merch and more at videoarchivespodcast.com. Follow us on Twitter @videoarchives, and on Instagram @videoarchivespod. You can also write us a question by sending a letter to The Video Archives Podcast, c/o Insertomatic, 1014 South Westlake Boulevard, Suite #14-1328, Westlake Village, CA 91361.


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    On May 19th, 2023, actor Rick Dalton passed away peacefully in his home in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is survived by his wife Francesca. Dalton was beloved by fans of Bounty Law, where he played bounty hunter Jake Cahill for five terrific seasons, and also for his iconic role as a flamethrower-wielding vigilante in The Fireman series of movies. But he was so much more than those well known parts, with a career that spanned over twenty years.

    On this episode of the Video Archives Podcast, we invite you to remember Rick Dalton. In Part 1 of our memorial episode, we discuss his most famous roles, including standout TV performances in Cade’s County and Manhunter. We’ll also hear excerpts of a Q&A conducted by Quentin in 1999 between him and Rick. Stay tuned for more of our celebration of Dalton’s life and work, coming in two weeks.

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    Quentin, Roger & Gala reach back into the listener mailbag to unwrap your gifts and answer your questions! The trio open tapes from the UK, talk about their favorite American International Pictures and “Canucksploitation” films, and reflect on learning about strangers from their VHS shelves. Plus: What’s a ‘litmus test’ movie?

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    Jules "Unruly Julie" McLean (The New Beverly’s Director of Operations, former Video Archives employee) joins Quentin & Roger in the store this week! First off the shelves, the crimson monster bird Rodan emerges from a volcanic crater to terrorize Tokyo. Quentin breaks down the career of director Ishirō Honda, then Roger and Julie discuss Rodan's amazing practical effects and surprising, tragic ending.

    Next up, the gang goes undercover in The Quiller Memorandum. After two British SIS agents are murdered at the hands of the Phoenix, Agent Quiller is sent to Berlin to investigate. Quentin, Roger & Julie discuss George Segal's performance as Quiller, the subtext from director Michael Anderson, and the chilling final beat. Finally...wait, there are five other Planet Of The Apes movies?! Your hosts explain the origins of Treachery & Greed On The Planet Of The Apes, learn why General Urko has become a regular character in Quentin's home, and ultimately decide: ape good, human bad!

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    Gala and Expert du Jour Marc Heuck discuss Menahem Golan’s sci-fi musical opus The Apple! They learn about Marc’s unique history with the film, share their favorite songs from the disco soundtrack, and even discover Franklin Brauner was involved in the production. Plus: Quentin shares a story from The Apple’s infamous premiere.

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    Dr. Quentin and Dr. Roger report to Arthur Hiller’s The Hospital, where madness, murder and malpractice are running rampant! George C. Scott is the chief of medicine at a hospital in Manhattan, suicidal from his personal life collapsing and suspicious a murderer is on the loose in his facility. Quentin and Roger discuss writer Paddy Chayefsky’s masterful storytelling, Scott’s volcanic performance, and what the versatile Hiller brings to the screen.

    Next up, we travel to the early American West in Ulzana’s Raid. Based on true events, fierce Apache war chief Ulzana and a contingent of warriors have jumped the reservation, and an inexperienced young lieutenant is sent to track him down with a top-notch scout and an Apache guide. We’ll discuss characters that confront hidden prejudices, surprising and brutal violence that mirrors the Vietnam War, and the working relationship between Robert Aldrich and Burt Lancaster. Finally, Quentin and Roger reach for an impossible dream and build a miracle in Steel! A building tycoon falls to his death, leaving his skyscraper unfinished. His daughter sets her sights on completing the building, assembling the Seven Samurai of the construction world to hang iron and get this job done. A remarkable movie about America coming together, the Video Archives crew discuss the unique way they watched Steel and the film’s fantastic cast.

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    Quentin, Roger & Gala break down 1990’s political drama The Fourth War on the After Show! They discuss director John Frankenheimer’s take on Cold War politics, and praise a showstopping appearance from Harry Dean Stanton. The gang also talk about the most popular Video Archives titles and what’s in Quentin’s wallet, before digging even further into the Video Vault…

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    It should have been a love story…Quentin and Roger travel back in time to the rural South for Buster and Billie! Jan-Michael Vincent’s Buster wants to get laid; his friends suggest he get it on with the ‘easy’ girl in school, Billie. Expecting only sex, the two fall into an unlikely romance destined to end in Southern fried tragedy. The Video Archives crew discuss the history of 70s tearjerkers, Jan-Michael Vincent’s heartthrob status and how American Graffiti changed the coming of age story.

    Next up, beware of the dog who thinks in Baxter! Based on the novel Hell Hound, Baxter is a black comedy about a white bull terrier who moves from owner to owner, and the misfortunes that befall them. Quentin and Roger discuss Baxter’s incredible voiceover, the genre of dog movies, and the mystery of what happened to director Jérôme Boivin. Finally, the only way out is death in Lindsay Shonteff’s outlandish heist film The Fast Kill! A successful diamond robbery goes wrong when six criminals attempt to divvy up their earnings. The duo discuss the film’s economical filmmaking, groovy music, and heart-pounding heist sequence.

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    Gala and guest film expert Marc Heuck (Beat The Geeks) break down the Italo-horror cult classic The Visitor on today’s Video Archives After Show! They talk about the film’s surprising cameos and religious overtones, and even unearth a review from Franklin Brauner. Plus: Quentin and Roger explain the difference between a movie and a film

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    High above the clouds flies the second greatest pilot who ever lived…The Great Waldo Pepper! A biplane pilot who missed his chance at glory in World War I takes up barnstorming in George Roy Hill’s third collaboration with Robert Redford. Quentin and Roger discuss Hill as a great thematic filmmaker, the powerful use of music and silence, the crazy real-life plane stunts, and a scene so heart-wrenching, many viewers couldn’t recover. Then, they reach deep into the psyche of Waldo Pepper, discussing chasing your dreams and the consequences of living a lie.

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    On today’s After Show, Gala has discovered more information on the origins of The Jet Benny Show! She shares these new revelations, along with more excerpts from Quentin and Roger’s discussions of The Last Run and Rustlers’ Rhapsody. Plus: the next part of Gala’s one-on-one interview with Roger, all about how he approaches adaptation.

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    Roger & Quentin pull off one last job in The Last Run! On our very first bootleg tape of the show, George C. Scott returns to the screen as a former mob getaway driver who returns to his old life to see if he still has it. All he has to do is complete one last job. Quentin and Roger discuss the legendary director who planned to make the film before Richard Fleischer was brought on and find out what makes this crime film work.

    Next up, the West goes wacko in Rustlers’ Rhapsody! Rex O’Herlihan (played by Tom Berenger) is a fast-drawing, silver-spurred singing cowboy, who slowly becomes aware that every town he rides into is the same as the last. For this ode to kiddie matinees, Quentin shares vivid stories of the genre from theaters long shuttered and both hosts praise the gorgeous cinematography and affectionate parody of the film. Finally, The Jet Benny Show is the oddest film we’ve covered on the podcast so far. Shot on Super 8, you’ll have to tune in to discover what this Jack Benny-themed spoof is all about…

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    Quentin, Roger and Gala share more background on last week’s films The Choirboys, Hennessy and Amphibian Man! Topics include: the creation of Aldrich Studios, how The Choirboys compares to Busting, what makes Hennessy a ‘corker,’ and what Pussy Riot thought of Amphibian Man. Plus: The time Quentin spent the night at the Cameo Theater.

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    Quentin and Roger take a trip with the LAPD as the boys in blue blow off steam in The Choirboys, directed by Robert Aldrich and based on the outrageous best-selling novel. The Video Archives crew take a second look at the film, discussing Aldrich and his Associates, the big ensemble cast, and the scenes that work.

    Next up: the most intensive manhunt ever mounted. Hennessy is a gentle, peaceful man who’s been pushed too far, and carries in his right vest pocket the power to destroy a nation. Roger & Quentin sit on the edge of their seats as they cheer for Rod Steiger’s performance, the seamless documentary footage, and a surprising cameo. Finally, we travel to the sea for the beloved Russian fantasy film Amphibian Man. In this sci-fi fable, a pearl diver discovers the secret of Amphibian Man and desires to exploit it, not realizing that Amphibian Man has fallen in love with the pearl diver’s fiancée. A poignant story of love and loss, Quentin and Roger discuss the history of this popular movie and Soviet genre filmmaking.

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    Quentin, Roger and Gala crack open the Video Vault for a discussion of 1983’s dueling old men high-concept comedy Better Late Than Never! After unwinding the film’s absurd plot, the crew discuss the hotness of septuagenarian David Niven and which beloved children’s character Kimberley Partridge sounds just like. Plus: Gala interviews Roger about the movies that made him want to be a filmmaker.

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    Sometimes, a man is forced to defend his honor; Quentin and Roger defend theirs in their discussion of Sam Peckinpah’s 1971 Straw Dogs. Based on the book “The Siege Of Trencher’s Farm,” your hosts take a look at Peckinpah’s intentions and where this sits in his filmography. Then, they’ll discuss the film itself, covering Dustin Hoffman and Susan George’s performances, the ugly nature of this movie, and whether Straw Dogs can be considered a Revengeamatic. Plus, our very first Magnetic Home Video box and an examination of IB Technicolor.

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    Quentin, Roger & Gala answer more listener questions this week on the After Show! Topics include: the best films about food, the most popular rental titles from Video Archives, the greatest movie tie-in board games, and an unsolved movie mystery. Plus: Quentin shares a story about a former Video Archives customer.

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