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Dead Gentlemen Productions is a group of filmmakers located in the Seattle/Tacoma area of the Pacific Northwest, as well as Los Angeles, CA. Their recent film The Gamers: Dorkness Rising, is currently distributed by Anthem Pictures.
Jane Russell drove a hard bargain when she agreed to star along side Marilyn Monroe in the 1953 Musical "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". Produced with background music and sound effects in the style of old time radio, Hollywood Stories with Stephen Schochet is a new syndicated one minute program on the TalkStar Radio Network heard throughout the USA and Canada: *******www.hollywoodstories****/radioshow.htm
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For Rosh Hashanah
An homage to Leslie's great grandparents. They loved food when they could afford it and were always ready for a good party.
Gentlemen prefer blondes. Mostly.
from Monty Python's Flying Circus
Season 2 - Episode 15
The Spanish Iquisition
Recorded 02-07-70, Aired 22-09-70
Starts with some animation by the great Terry Gilliam and then there are four special Twentieth Century Vole presentations:
- The Semaphore Version of "Wuthering Heights"
- Julius Caesar on an Aldis lamp
- "Gunfight at the OK Corral" in Morse Code
- Smoke signal Version of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"