Happy Passover Bitches!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anne Baxter moaning moses 4life!!!!
above montage created by THE great great great man and overlord of Sesame Chicken Friday – Time Werespanko
perviously – when I saw him in 2004
the two not only dated each other but worked together as well!!
including the TV movies…
one of the greatest album covers of balls thyme is Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here
there were TWO versions of the Storm Thorgerson designed album cover. the one above, with the man on fire leaning forward (which is the current one in use since the 2011 reissue), and the one below, where the man on fire is leaning back (used for releases from 1975 to 2011)
two stuntmen were used for the shoot – Ronnie Rondell and Danny Rogers. Rondell is the one on fire. He was dressed in a fire-retardant suit covered by a business suit. His head was protected by a hood, underneath a wig. Rondell’s suit was painted with rubber cement and ignited three times before it ripped and his flame-retardant long-Johns peeked through the holes
Initially the wind was blowing in the wrong direction, and the flames were forced into Rondell’s face, burning his moustache, eyebrows and eyelashes. ‘It’ll happen in a heartbeat‘, says Rondell. ‘The fire wraps around your face real quick, like a barbecue thing. The wig was fried, it melted up into a ball.‘ The two stuntmen changed positions, and the image was later reversed
Rondell got $500 and only worked an hour. Rogers was paid $250 for the easier job
the photograph was taken at the Warner Bros Studios in Los Angeles, between stages 16 and 21
and here’s some photos that didn’t make the cut
Cherry Clan by Christopher Johnson
cherry clan work in progress by kevko76
so, what’s up with Cherry Chans and Cherry Clans?
a Zumbiel Packaging artist, Gus Somers, designed the [Cherry Chan] package by hand (i.e. with a paintbrush). Naturally, it was a complete rip-off of the image and likeness of Charlie Chan. Sal Ferrara found it amusing that Zumbiel shamelessly borrowed Charlie Chan’s image to help him sell candy… Charlie Chan’s heirs however were not quite as amused and threatened to sue Ferrara Pan if they did not cease and desist. And so, Ferrara changed the name from Cherry Chan to Cherry Clan — which from a racist perspective was even worse than Cherry Chan. Cherry Clan featured little squinty eyed Chinese faces wearing conical Asian hats — perhaps to imply that the candy originated in a rice paddy? The China theme apparently did not work and the Cherry Clans faded from store shelves [and became Cherryheads]