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A newspaper photographer with a broken leg passes time recuperating by observing his neighbors through his window. He sees what he believes to be a murder, and decides to solve the crime himself. With the help of his nurse and girlfriend, he tries to catch the murderer without being killed himself. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock starring James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, Raymond Burr, Thelma Ritter & Gig Young. 1954

Trivia: The film negative was considerably damaged as a result of color dye fading as early as the 1960s. Nearly all of the yellow image dyes had faded out. Despite fears that the film had been irrevocably damaged, preservation experts were able to restore the film nearly to its original coloration.

2002 NIKE Football Short Film ("A Little Less Conversation" / Elvis vs JXL)

"Horror Hayride," directed by award-winning, Austin-based filmmaker Stephen Mims, is the long-delayed successor to 1981's "Webb Wilder, Private Eye," a 10-minute "hillbilly noir" film (about a flying saucer investigation) that has enjoyed a long life in the recesses of cable TV. Both works will be released soon in a home-video package.

"Horror Hayride," a 40-minute film centered on Wilder, the real-life rock singer whose third album, "Doo Dad," was released recently by Zoo Records. Instead of making two standard videos, Wilder and his longtime collaborator R. S. Field talked Zoo into financing their fanciful creation, which includes some musical sequences based on songs from the album.

The governor hires private investigator Webb to watch after his daughter. Webb finds more is going on behind the scenes than anyone expected.

Memorable quotes:

Webb Wilder:"What's your deal with Antebellum Skin Inc?

Briley Parkway:"I don't know what you're talking about."

Webb Wilder:"Don't play dumb with me, you're paying those guys five grand a week and I want to know why."

Briley Parkway: “You’re a dick!”
(Slang for detective from comic strip "Dick Tracy")

Webb Wilder: "Smile when you say that."

More Horror Hayride quotes:

On the last day of summer vacation in 1962, friends Curt (Richard Dreyfuss), Steve (Ronny Howard), Terry (Charles Martin Smith) and John (Paul Le Mat) cruise the streets of small-town California while a mysterious disc jockey (Wolfman Jack) spins classic rock'n'roll tunes. It's the last night before their grown-up lives begin, and Steve's high-school sweetheart, a hot-to-trot blonde, a bratty adolescent and a disappearing angel in a Thunderbird provide all the excitement they can handle. (1973)

Starring Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, Cindy Williams, Wolfman Jack, Mackenzie Phillips, Harrison Ford, Suzanne Somers.

American Graffiti Trivia:

The life and work of Ed "Big Daddy" Roth caused a shift in mid-20th-century culture through his customized cars, famous T-shirts, model cars, magazine and his creation of the "rat fink" logo. From the award-winning director of Comic Book Confidential and Grass comes TALES OF THE RAT FINK, Ron Mann's wildly inventive bio about Renaissance man Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, who engineered a shift in mid-20th century culture with America's alternative rodent to Disney's Mickey Mouse, Rat Fink. Narrated by John Goodman, Ann-Margret, The Smothers Brothers, Paul Le Mat, Jay Leno, Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys & author Tom Wolfe. 2006

Nada (Roddy Piper), a wanderer without meaning in his life, discovers a pair of sunglasses capable of showing the world the way it truly is. As he walks the streets of Los Angeles, Nada notices that both the media and the government are comprised of subliminal messages meant to keep the population subdued, and that most of the social elite are skull-faced aliens bent on world domination. With this shocking discovery, Nada fights to free humanity from the mind-controlling aliens. 1988

They Live Trivia:

This short film follows a girl named Sintel who is searching for a baby dragon she calls Scales. A flashback reveals that Sintel found Scales with its wing injured and helped care for it, forming a close bond with it. By the time its wing recovered and it was able to fly, Scales was caught by an adult dragon. Sintel has since embarked on a quest to rescue Scales, fending off beasts and warriors along the way. She eventually comes across a cave housing an adult and baby dragon, the latter of which she believes to be Scales. The adult dragon discovers and attacks Sintel, but hesitates to kill her. Sintel slays the dragon, only to recognize the scar on its wing and realize the dragon is an adult Scales, and that she too has aged considerably. Sintel leaves the cave heartbroken, unknowingly followed by Scales's baby.

Sintel (code-named Project Durian) is a short (roughly 15 minutes) computer-animated fantasy film about a female protagonist and a dragon, created by the Blender Institute, part of the Blender Foundation.
the film was made using Blender, a free and open source software application for animation, created and supported by the same foundation. Sintel was produced by Ton Roosendaal, chairman of the Foundation, and directed by Colin Levy, at the time an artist at Pixar Animation Studios.

The name comes from the Dutch word sintel, which can mean cinder or ember. (2010)

"5 DEADLY VENOMS" (1978)
As the master of a school for the martial arts lies dying, he lays a charge on one of his youngest students--to stop the havoc being wreaked by his other students as they use their teachings for evil. Goodguy vs. badguy, martial-arts style.
Starring: Chiang Sheng, Sun Chien, Philip Kwok, Lo Mang, Wei Pei, Lu Feng, Wang Lung-wei, Ku Feng

"WING CHUN" (1994)
Yip Wing Chun teams up with a sharp-tongued businesswoman to run a successful tofu business. When bandits kidnap their friend, Wing Chun goes on the warpath.
Starring: Michelle Yeoh, Donnie Yen, Waise Lee, Cheng Pei-pei

An alien lands and tells the people of Earth that they must live peacefully or be destroyed as a danger to other planets.

An alien (Klaatu) with his mighty robot (Gort) land their spacecraft on Cold War-era Earth just after the end of World War II. They bring an important message to the planet that Klaatu wishes to tell to representatives of all nations. However, communication turns out to be difficult, so, after learning something about the natives, Klaatu decides on an alternative approach.

Starring Michael Rennie, Patricia Neal, Hugh Marlowe

The Day the Earth Stood Still Trivia:

The Time Machine whirls you to a world of amazing adventure in the year 800,000! A man's vision for a utopian society is disillusioned when travelling forward into time reveals a dark and dangerous society.

On January 5, 1900, a disheveled looking H.G. Wells - George to his friends - arrives late to his own dinner party. He tells his guests of his travels in his time machine, the work about which his friends knew. They were also unbelieving, and skeptical of any practical use if it did indeed work. George knew that his machine was stationary in geographic position, but he did not account for changes in what happens over time to that location. He also learns that the machine is not impervious and he is not immune to those who do not understand him or the machine's purpose. George tells his friends that he did not find the Utopian society he so wished had developed. He mentions specifically a civilization several thousand years into the future which consists of the subterranean morlocks and the surface dwelling eloi, who on first glance lead a carefree life. Despite all these issues, love can still bloom over the spread of millennia.

Stars: Rod Taylor, Alan Young, Yvette Mimieux

The Time Machine

Vendetta is a selfish little girl with the power to make fiends, "hideous things" which she has unleashed on her town to bring it under her reign of terror. The coastal town of Clamburg, once a thriving tourist destination, has become a grim, forbidding place, with stores shuttered and the populace cowed before the horror of Vendetta's watchful fiends.

Charlotte, a new girl at Vendetta's school, arrives determined to make a friend. An "impossibly cheery"[4] optimist, Charlotte rapidly becomes the foil[1] and tormentor of the morose and vindictive Vendetta, by insisting on befriending her.

Vendetta is unable to elicit anything but saccharine friendliness out of Charlotte, and so makes the first of many fiends that are specially designed to "destroy" the newcomer. After demonstrating that her oblivious joy makes her immune to the dangers and terrors of all of the fiends, Charlotte declares that she and Vendetta are "going to be best friends forever and ever."

In subsequent scenes, Charlotte displays an ability to change the nature of some fiends into helpful friends, further frustrating Vendetta's efforts to undo her. Being "oblivious to all that is bad and mean in the world",[5] Charlotte neither acknowledges the damage caused by Vendetta's fiends, nor the threat Vendetta herself poses over Clamburg. Nearly all of the residents, including Vendetta's parents, come to hate or fear Charlotte more than they do Vendetta within the first six episodes.

Charlotte never discovers or understands that Vendetta despises her, and Vendetta is never able to get rid of Charlotte. While this conflict is never resolved by the end of each episode, some minor developments appear to continue between episodes, like the introduction of Buttons 2 and an enormous statue that Vendetta has raised of herself.

When a disease turns all of humanity into the living dead, the last man on earth becomes a reluctant vampire hunter.

When a plague devastated life on Earth, the population died or became a sort of zombie living in the dark. Dr. Robert Morgan is the unique healthy survivor on the planet, having a routine life for his own survival: he kills the night creatures along the day and maintains the safety of his house, to be protected along the night. He misses his beloved wife and daughter, consumed by the outbreak, and he fights against his loneliness to maintain mentally sane. When Dr. Morgan finds the contaminated Ruth Collins, he uses his blood to heal her and he becomes the last hope on Earth to help the other contaminated survivors. But the order of this new society is scary.

New Year Bonus: Ivo Robic sings "Morgen", 1959

Beep beep I'm a sheep
I said beep beep I'm a sheep
Beep beep I'm a sheep
I said beep beep I'm a sheep
[BlackGryph0n in Caps and robot]
BEEP BEEP I'm a sheep
I said beep beep I'm a sheep
BEEP BEEP I'm a sheep
I said beep beep I'm a sheep

[Pre-Verse 1: TomSka]
Yeah, now some of you might be wondering
How exactly does one beep beep like a sheep?
Take it away, Gabe!

[Verse 1: BlackGryph0n]
Step one
Throw your hands up
And point them to the floor
Step two
Here's what to do
Now get down on all fours
Step three
Just bounce around
It's easy, follow me
Step four
Go crazy now!
And beep beep like a sheep!

[Pre-Chorus: LilDeuceDeuce]
Beep beep I'm a sheep
I said beep beep I'm a sheep
Beep beep I'm a sheep
I said beep beep I'm a sheep
BEEP BEEP I'm a sheep
I said beep beep I'm a sheep
BEEP BEEP I'm a sheep
I said beep beep I'm a sheep

[Chorus: BlackGryph0n]
Beep beep!
You've got to
You've got to
Beep beep
I said Beep Beep like a sheep!

[Pre-Verse 2: TomSka]
Yeah, so you know how to beep beep like a sheep, I see
But is that all you can do?
No! No! No! No!

[Verse 2: BlackGryph0n]
Step one
Throw your hands up
And point them to the sky
Step two
Drop to the floor
And move from side to side
Step three
Just bounce around
C'mon I'll show you how
Step four
Go crazy now
And meow meow like a cow!

[Bridge: LilDeuceDeuce]
Meow meow I'm a cow
I said meow meow I'm a cow
Meow meow I'm a cow
I said meow meow I'm a cow
Meow meow I'm a cow
I said meow meow I'm a cow
Meow meow I'm a cow
I said meow meow I'm a cow

[Chorus: BlackGryph0n]
Beep beep
You've got to
You've got to
Beep beep
I said beep beep I'm a sheep
Beep beep
You've got to
You've got to
Beep beep
I said beep beep like a sheep!


"A Charlie Brown Christmas" is a 1965 animated television special based on the comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. Disheartened by the commercialism he sees around him, Charlie Brown tries to find the true meaning of Christmas.

A Charlie Brown Christmas Trivia:

Singers Bob Wallace (Bing Crosby) and Phil Davis (Danny Kaye) join sister act Betty (Rosemary Clooney) and Judy Haynes (Vera-Ellen) to perform a Christmas show in rural Vermont. There, they run into Gen. Waverly (Dean Jagger), the boys' commander in World War II, who, they learn, is having financial difficulties; his quaint country inn is failing. So what's the foursome to do but plan a yuletide miracle: a fun-filled musical extravaganza that's sure to put Waverly and his business in the black!

* The movie begins approx. 4:30 after the intro.

White Christmas trivia:

An angel is sent from Heaven to help a desperately frustrated businessman by showing him what life would have been like if he had never existed.
James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore

It's a Wonderful Life Trivia:

Solari Report Documentary of the Year 2018
What is the Science of Government? The Minds of Men is a three-year investigation into the experimentation, art, and practice of social engineering and mind control during the Cold War... A mind-bending journey into the past that gives startling insight into the world we are living in today.

Inside Job is the fourth solo studio album by Don Henley, the lead vocalist and drummer for the Eagles. The album was released through the Warner Bros. record label on May 23, 2000.

While you were sleeping
They came and took it all away
The lanes and the meadows
The places where you used to play

It was an inside job
By the well-connected
Your little protest
Summarily rejected

It was an inside job
Like it always is
Chalk it up to business as usual

While we are dreaming
This little island disappears
While you are looking the other way
They'll take your right to own your own ideas

And it's an inside job
Favors collected
Your trusted servants
Have left you unprotected

It was an inside job
Like it always is
Just chalk it up
To business as usual

You think that you're so smart
But you don't have a fucking clue
What those men up in the towers
Are doing to me and you
And they'll keep doin' it and doin' it
And doin' it and doin' it
And doin' it and doin' it
And doin' it and doin' it
Until we all wake up
Wake up, wake up, wake up, wake up
know what I've done wrong
I am acquainted with the night
I know how hard it is
To always walk out in the light

And it's an inside job
To learn about forgiving
It's an inside job
To hang on to the joy of living

They know the road by which you came
They know your mother's maiden name
And what you had for breakfast
And what you've hidden in the mattress

Insect politics
Indifferent universe
Bang your head against the wall
But apathy is worse

It's an inside job
It's an inside job
It's an inside job
Yeah, yeah, yeah ..

"The War of the Worlds" is an episode of the American radio drama anthology series The Mercury Theatre on the Air directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles as an adaptation of H. G. Wells' novel The War of the Worlds (1898). It was performed and broadcast live as a Halloween episode at 8 p.m. on Sunday, October 30, 1938 over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. The episode became famous for causing panic among its listening audience.

Early “Psychological Warfare” Research and the Rockefeller Foundation

"The Rockefeller Foundation was the principle source for funding public opinion and psychological warfare research between the late 1930s and the end of World War Two. With limited government and corporate interest or support of propaganda-related studies, most of the money for such research came from this powerful organization that recognized the importance of ascertaining and steering public opinion in the immediate prewar years.

A roommate of Nelson Rockefeller’s at Dartmouth College in the late 1920s, Cantril took a doctorate in psychology at Harvard, coauthoring The Psychology of Radio with his doctoral mentor Gordon Allport in 1935. “Radio is an altogether novel medium of communication,” Cantril and Allport observed, “preeminent as a means of social control and epochal in its influence upon the mental horizons of men.”

The work garnered the attention of Rockefeller Foundation Humanities Division officer John Marshall, commissioned by the Foundation with convincing commercial broadcasters to include more educational programming into their advertiser-driven schedules. To this end Rockefeller was funding fellowships at the CBS and NBC broadcasting networks.

The opportunity for such an analysis presented itself when CBS broadcast Orson Welles’ rendering of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds on on October 30, 1938. Lazarsfeld saw the event as especially noteworthy and immediately asked Stanton for CBS funds to investigate reaction to what at the time was the largest immediate act of mass persuasion in human history. Over the next several months interviews with War of the Worlds listeners were collected, provided to Stanton at CBS, and subsequently analyzed in Cantril’s 1940 study, The Invasion From Mars: A Study in the Psychology of Panic."

David Niven stars in this first radio production of George Orwells' novel; "Nineteen Eighty-Four". The story of Winston Smith and his struggles with life in a future totalitarian nation of Oceania. Orwell wrote "1984" in 1948, he reversed the last two numbers of the year for the title. It was published in the UK by Secker & Warburg on June 8, 1949. This US radio broadcast was aired August 27, 1949, less than 3 months later. Eric Blair, a.k.a. George Orwell's former instructor, Aldous Huxley, writes Orwell comparing their two futuristic novels on October 21, 1949:

Apparently, Orwell got the idea for "1984" from Huxley's "Brave New World". Or were they both H.G. Wells styled predictive programming?

H.G. Wells, "The New World Order", 1940, non-fiction

"Brave New World" free audio book:

"1984" free audio book can be found here:

Hard to tell
Or recognize a sign
To see me through
A warning sign
First the thunder
Satisfied, if the past it will not lie (then the storm, torn asunder )
The future you and I get blown away (in the storm)
In a lifetime, in a lifetime
And as the rain it falls
We begin again (heavy in my heart)
As the storm breaks through (believe the light in you)
So the light shines in you
Without color, faded and worn
Torn asunder in the storm
Unless the sound can save your body and soul
Unless it disappears
Selfish storm (first the thunder)(then the storm)
Torn aside (one life)
In the storm
In a lifetime
In a lifetime
In a lifetime
In a lifetime

Released 1985.

Huxley explains the "controlling oligarchy" have use false flag terrorism from "time immemorial" to control the masses.
He describes new methods of "making people love their servitude .. a kind of concentration camp for entire societies, people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them .. because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing .."

Transcript & audio:

A Project Camelot global roundtable discussion on directed energy weapons & the covert attack on the world population with host Kerry Cassidy, Ole Dammegard, Dr. Katherine Horton, Deborah Tavares & Aleksandra Jitka Brozikova. Discussion took place on November 20, 2018.

Kerry Cassidy

Ole Dammegard

Dr. Katherine Horton

Deborah Tavares

Aleksandra Jitka Brozikova

January 27, 1956 Premier episode in this dramatic series is the classic "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.

First episode. A classic tale of the future, narrated by author. Aldus Huxley introduces and narrates the classic novel he wrote 25 years earlier. Based in AF 632, six-hundred and 32 years after Ford. In the words of Mr. Huxley himself “Brave New World is a study of the future as it may be unless we are extremely careful. It depicts a society in which man has replaced nature by science, morality by drugs, individuality by total conformity. It is a hideous prospect and yet we seem determined to follow this path of self-destruction. The brave new world need not be our future the choice after all is always in our own hands”. The book is certainly a gripping read and this dramatization is equally enthralling. This is the first part of two half-hour parts.

2/03/1956 Part Two & the conclusion of the famous story of the future, narrated by the author, Aldus Huxley.

The CBS Radio Workshop was an "experimental dramatic radio anthology series" that aired between 1956 and 1957. And it premiered with a two-part adaptation of Aldous Huxley's now classic 1932 novel, Brave New World. Huxley himself introduced and narrated the program.

Huxley was also an instructor of Eric Blair, better known by his pen name as George Orwell, the author of "1984" which was written in 1948, Orwell switched the last two numbers around for the title.

Saturday night I was down town
Working for the F.B.I.
Sitting in a nest of bad men
Whiskey bottles piling high
Boot legging boozer on the west side
Full of people who are doing wrong
Just about to call up the D.A. man
When I heard this woman singing a song.
A pair of forty fives made me open my eyes
My temperature started to rise
She was a long cool woman in a black dress
Just a five nine
With just one look I was a bad mess
Cause that long cool woman had it all.
Saw her heading to the table
Well a tall walking big black cat
When Charlie said "I hope that you're able
I'm telling you she knows where it's at
Well suddenly we heard a siren
And every body started to run
A jumping out of doors and tables
Well I heard somebody shooting a gun.
Well the D.A. was pumping my left hand
And a she a holding my right
And I told her don't get scared
Cause you're gonna be spared
I gotta be forgiven
If I want to spend my living with
A long cool woman in a black dress
Just a five nine
With just one look I was a bad mess
'Cause that long cool woman had it all
Had it all
Had it all
Had it all


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