(part 1)Bobcat Goldthwait’s latest “God Bless America” is only his fourth film as writer and director and in one of the most unusual film careers imaginable. Bobcat talks about how he cast and made “Shakes the Clown” and what major director gave it a shout out. We also address the time he was dead, why he made the “Police Academy” and talking horse movies, “Keith and the Girl,” Tom Cruise, getting into Sundance and his other great films, “Wold’s Greatest Dad,” “Sleeping Dogs Lie,” and of the great “Windy City Heat.”
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Bobcat is a great guy and a good friend. He came in and opened up and was completely honest about his films, fans and life. Actually he was so open that I’ve split this up into to parts. Next Wednesday I’ll put up part 2.
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