until today, i was pleasantly unaware of a movie called the human centipede. wtf? i really wish i had yesterday's brain back.
Cool sketchbook iPad app, Paper
. Check out the video which features a split second of the iconic (?) NYC view from our alley.
(1965) clearly drew from stalag 17 (1953) and the great escape (1963) But today Tcm ran a Brit film from 1962 called the password is courage
that seems even closer to the tv show In it's sense of humor, plot and character identities.
From HH wiki entry:
The producers of the 1953 feature film Stalag 17, a World War II prisoner of war film released by Paramount Pictures (which now owns the DVD rights to Hogan's Heroes), unsuccessfully sued Bing Crosby Productions for infringement.[not in citation given] In his book, My War, Andy Rooney, who was a friend of Don Bevan and Ed Trzcinski—the authors of the original Stalag 17 play—relates that "...someone at CBS apparently ripped off their idea and made a television series called Hogan's Heroes of it. The television program had too many similarities in character and plot to be coincidental, and when Don and Ed sued the network they won a huge award."
Breaking Bad, season 4 episode 10. Wow!
One of the criticisms of solar I've heard is "But what about at night, huh?"
"Wow, you're right! Good thing peak usage of electricity is during the day
as i was standing in line at the duane reade pharmacy yesterday i noticed that candy was going for $1.40 which seemed ludicrously expensive and this article backs me up on that. they used an average price of $1.14 for candy today which would translate to $.78 in 1979 (around the time i was a candy buyer) when the price was 25 cents