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Lost Upright Citizens Brigade Movie

Lost Upright Citizens Brigade Movie

UCB got together to make an improvised movie

.  “Wild Girls Gone” featured and .

Listen to guest John Ennis talks about the challenges of directing a movie on the fly. Stealing every shot and most of the props. John applied what he learned from “Wild Girls Gone” to make political documentaries. “Wild Girls Gone” also features future comedy superstars like John Ross Bowey (“Big Bang Theory”), Neil Flynn (“The Middle”), Andrew Daly, K

ate Flannery (“The Office”), Jamie Denbo, Rob Huebel, David Koechner, Kevin Farley maybe Rob Delaney and Adam Spiegelman (“Proudly Resents”).

From Wikipedia: In 2003 the UCB filmed their first full-length improvised movie, Wild Girls Gone. After several years of being unreleased, in early 2010 the long-awaited film was screened at several indie theaters in the Los Angeles area.

 

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Three of the Week. 10/10

Three of the Week. 10/10

Three podcasts I wait for each week. I hope you will like…

“Daytime Justice” – Sharon Houston talks to people in the strange world of daytime court shows. I worked in this genre for five years. There are a lot of great stories. Wait for the teeth episode. Also look for my interview.

 

“Filmweek” – Every Friday a rotating panel of reviewers review the latest releases. Great conversations. Airs earlier that day at 11 on KPCC in Los Angeles.

 

“Paul Goebel Show” – It’s supposed to be about TV, but it’s mostly Paul and his funny friends goofing around. Unlike every other show with three dudes talking, each person sounds different and have a different role. He gets a lot of great guests. Paul F. Tompkins, Jimmy Pardo, Janitor from “Scrubs.”

 
Please email me with any suggestions. I turned the comment section off because I get 1,000 spam comments to the one real one. If you have a show  or a comment about one of the shows listed, email me or comment on our facebook page.

Thanks,

Adam

Also remember to listen to “Proudly Resents.” This Wednesday Nicko returns with Jon Cryer is “Hiding Out.”