Larry Udy is a character actor who’s been around Hollywood for years. A big, gruff looking guy, Larry has been seen on numerous shows from GCB, NYPD Blue, Married With Children to a recurring role on The Tonight Show. He’s done over a dozen commercials including two SuperBowl commercials! You may not know his name but you probably know his face or at least his big belly!
Larry Udy’s Interview
Friday, August 13, 2010
Jack has a special guest Rory Flynn, the daughter of legendary actor Errol Flynn.
Rory talks about living up at Mulholland Farm and of her new book The Baron of Mulholland, which is a wonderful and touching love letter from a loving daughter to her Father.
Rory Flynn’s Interview
Rory with her son Sean Rio Flynn – Rory’s book of her Father Errol Flynn
Friday, August 6, 2010
Show # 26
Jack has a in studio guest Kender McGowan, our Warrior Poet, Nick Polyzos, conservative radio host and activist in the Tea Party Movement and Ladd Ehilinger, Jr,of FilmLadd Company that produces indie films and political commercials. Join us for a night of laughs and political banter.
Kender McGowan, Nick Polyzos, and Ladd Ehilinger, Jr’s. Interview
Friday, July 30, 2010
Jack’s guest are two conservative patriots Eric Porvaznik, radio host of Radio Free Threedonia, and John Romano, musician and publisher of the new “leaning right and leaning left” internet blog called, YES, BUT,HOWEVER Listen to four conservatives having a spirited and funny conversations about their work on internet radio, their political blogs and all the events that are going on today in America.
Eric Porvaznik & John Romano’ Interview
Friday, July 23, 2010
Chrystopher Smith who joins the show to talk about the political events in America today. He explains the origins of Black Liberation Theology and how Margaret Stanger an avowed racist was a major influence in creating this movement along with plan parenthood. Chrystopher touches upon the beginnings of the progressive movement and how today American patriots in the Tea Party movement are beginning to have a major influence in the political landscape as the Founding Fathers intended.
Chrystopher is the founder of the SO-CAL T.E.A. PARTY STARS a grassroots conservative organization comprised solely of political outsiders. Chrys says, “we’re usually called citizens, who are not politically correct, but are constitutionally correct.”
Chrystopher Smith’s Interview
Friday, July 16, 2010
Features special guest Evan Sayet, a political commentator, satirist, comedian, and writer talks about the political events of today and why Hollywood is the way it is. Evan talks about the events of 9/11 and how it changed him to become a conservative.
Evan’s highly acclaimed “Right to Laugh” night of conservative comedy goes big time, the show launching on cable TV called the Right Network. The Heritage Foundation called and asked
Evan to speak where he defines the difference between liberalism and conservatism.
“One of the five most conservative speeches ever given” – Andrew Breitbart
Evan Sayet’s Interview
Friday, July 9, 2010
Veteran character actor/director Richard Erdman who started out in the last days of vaudeville. In 1944 at the age of 17 he was signed to a contract with Warner Bros. and he has been working as an actor ever since. Richard has been in over 100 films and over 600 Television shows. He was the barracks chief ‘Hoffy’ in “Stalag 17”, he played the Delong in the film “Cry Danger” with his idol William Powell and McNulty in that famous and popular Twilight Zone, “A kind of Stopwatch”. Richard has some great stories of his career and all the great actors he worked with in the past six decades. This is a show about old Hollywood and what it was like working as an actor in those wonderful days of the studio system
Dick Erdman was born John Richard Erdmann in Enid, Oklahoma. In a career that has spanned seven decades, his best known roles are that of the barracks chief Hoffy in Stalag 17, and McNulty in the classic Twilight Zone episode “A Kind of a Stopwatch”. In Tora Tora Tora he played Colonel Edward F. French, the officer who responded to the failure to transmit the warning to Pearl Harbor using Army radio to instead use commercial telegraph rather than using the Navy or FBI radio systems.
From 1953 to 1954, Erdman co-starred with Ray Bolger in ABC sitcom Where’s Raymond?. Erdman was cast as the pessimistic Pete Morrisey, Ray’s landlord and press agent.
Erdman appeared as blackmailer and murder victim Arthur Binney in the Perry Mason first season television episode, “The Case Of The Gilded Lily,” which aired on CBS on May 24, 1958. During the nine-year run of the series he appeared in five other episodes, often portraying the actual murderer.
He appeared as Sergeant Jasper in Walt Disney’s miniseries The Swamp Fox. He appeared comically as Buck Brown, a Broadway wardrobe man on The Dick Van Dyke Show. In 1962, Erdman had a recurring role as Klugie, the photographer, in the NBC series Saints and Sinners.
In 1990, Erdman appeared as Howard Banks on Wings in the episode “Around the World in Eighty Years”. As of October 2009, he has had a recurring role as Leonard Rodriguez on Community.
Richard Erdman’s Interview
Friday, July 2, 2010
Features the comedic and musical talents of Jack Simmons who has spent over 15 years as a road comic with middle of the road material. Then 9-11 changed his focus and all his material went very political and cultural, he goes after all the hot buttons in the pop culture. Jack believes that, ‘this is comedy and someone is going to get hurt”.
Jack Simmons calls himself one of the ‘SON’S OF THE GREATEST” to honor all the Fathers that fought in WWII. He talks about the America all our Dad’s fought for and since we are their son’s we must continue to keep the America they left us in tact.
Jack Simmons’ Interview
Friday, June 25, 2010
Show # 20
Independent filmmaker and one man film studio Vic Alexander who is an American filmmaker with 35 years of experience shooting movies all over the world. A graduate of the San Francisco State University Film Department. Vic Alexander has worked as cinematographer, editor, film director (between 1970 and 1992), and university instructor in the Cal State University system (1993-1999).
Since 2000, Vic Alexander has returned to independent filmmaking in Southern California. In addition to writing about film, Vic Alexander also writes on a variety of subjects, including religion and history. Tonight Vic explains film vs digital and why film is so much better and is still used by the major motion picture studios.
He has written a book on the process of making films called, FILMMAKING A to Z which is now on Amazon.
Victor Alexander’s Interview