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10/15/17 Episode 71: Spiderman Strikes Back (1978)



Listen to Let's Watch A Full-Length Movie on YouTube podcast and watch Spider-Man Strikes Back (1978), embedded above, at the same time. Start with the podcast. Click here to launch the podcast in separate browser.

In between his animated shows from the Sixties and the Eighties, Spider-Man had his own live-action TV series on CBS, where Peter Parker was a bug-bitten college student freelancing at the Bugle. Columbia Pictures cobbled together episodes of The Amazing Spider-Man and released Spiderman Strikes Back (1978) worldwide. Spidey acts more like Superman. And, for a New Yorker, he doesn't complain once going to Los Angeles, where his final battle takes place on a studio lot. As Carl puts it, the Los Angeles production must had been really lazy.

Fans of Carl will enjoy this episode. The first half hour of the show has Carl holding court with Paul Brumbaugh, host of Mutiny Radio's most popular show, The Edge of Insanity.

10/8/17 Episode 70: Speed Zone (1989)


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This was supposed to be the threequel to The Cannonball Run (1981), but when that didn't happen, they made it anyway.

"It's no Cannonball Run 3, but it's close," says Carl on the podcast.

"Somebody made an unauthorized sequel and we have to watch it," says me.

Speaking of Carl, this podcast and Speed Zone, Carl lined up our podcast to the movie and posted it on YouTube. Check it out, after the break.

10/1/17 Episode 69: Old San Francisco (1927)


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Podcast begins more than halfway through show. I will be getting it reposted shortly. Consider this a lost episode. With Carl out, I'm joined by young San Francisco comedian Ashton Tate, as we watch Old San Francisco (1927), a pulpy tale of the City that begins in the 1600s and ends on a fateful day in 1906. Tenderloin heavy wants to buy the estate of once prestigious Spanish family. Winds up the bad guy is secretly Chinese and has a crazy secret cavern underneath Chinatown. Last scene is the '06 earthquake and the Great Fire, incorporating real footage.