BILL CRIDER'S POP CULTURE MAGAZINE
Man, that looks bad. Especially since I can't shake the image of Napoleon Solo in his high dollar suits.
PREMATURELY SWINGING MIDDLE-AGED CAVEMAN...aka THE MONKEY'S UNCLE.
Given the giant armadillo, maybe they should have called it "Teenage Texas Caveman." Another great Corman production.
About a month ago when discussing the age of several posters on a group I belong to, I quoted The Symbol Maker's teenage son (Robert Vaughn): Teenage Cave Man (1958)"Age is not always truth."
and i used to be embarassed to admit i was a mouseketeer. well, i just got cured. i gut no problem with it now. at least i aint robert vaughn. this is the most hellish shame he or anyone else has ever comitted.
Tuesday was Darlene's birthday, and I forgot to post it.
i can see darlene at the birthday table now, opening presents: "Another wiseass has sent me another orange mechanic's suit."
"Why do we hunt in a place with only a few dead trees?"Well put. Maybe Bush & Cheney should ask themselves that one.;)Jeff
Obviously JJ you've never seen his "law offices" commercials - the ones where he touts the services of various ambulance chasers. Only the names change from city to city, the base script is always the same. By comparison this is high art.
I know a guy here in Finland that used to think Corman was a great director. This film was never shown in Finland. If it were, maybe the guy were thinking differently... or maybe it was just Corman's bad day. Why couldn't they even grow beards?
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