After our previous technical delay, we finally bring you the Movies Made Me 2nd Anniversary Celebration! Our amazing group of guests kindly re-convened and again recorded a free-wheeling look back at the 2nd year of the podcast, while sparking new friendships and sharing fun stories.
Our anniversary guests:
Clancy Brown – Actor in multiple influential movies, including Highlander, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across The Eighth Dimension, and The Shawshank Redemption. Voice actor, best known for his role as Mr. Krabs in Spongebob Squarepants. Movies Made Me’s biggest fan! (Hear his influential films in episode 19)
Brock Powell – Voice actor, best known as the voice of the Kool-Aid Man and supporting roles in Milo Murphy’s Law on Disney XD. Podcaster on the UnPOP Podcast. (Hear his influential films in episode 39)
Bethany Brinton – Composer, Arranger and Performer, whose work can be heard at her website, as well as in this amazing new video of Beethoven’s “Fur Elise” reworked as jazz. (Hear her influential films in episode 44)
Alisa Gonzalez – Our generous host for this 2nd Anniversary Celebration recording. Major podcast fan. Civil servant for the City of Los Angeles. (She hasn’t yet appeared on a full episode of Movies Made Me, but we’re working on convincing her to do one)
Joe Meyers – Podcaster on The Podcast Macabre. Recent transplant to Los Angeles, who we’re delighted to have join us in the Golden State. (He hasn’t yet recorded a full episode of Movies Made Me, but it won’t be long now)
Andrew Linde – Co-founder of the Benview Network. Podcaster on Nerd’s Eye View and Pick Your Path. Our sound board operator for this 2nd Anniversary Celebration. (He hasn’t yet recorded a full episode of Movies Made Me, but he wants to and we’ll get it done soon)
And, joining us for a special call-in:
Jeff “Swampy” Marsh – Creator and Executive Producer of Phineas & Ferb (Disney Channel) and Milo Murphy’s Law (Disney XD). President of Surfer Jack Productions. Board Member of A Walk On Water surf therapy. (Hear his influential films in episode 7)
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Click here to listen to episode 57.
Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 57:
The Heartbreak Time Machine on Patreon – please support the amazing creator of our Movies Made Me theme music!
I Don’t Dream (That It’s Over) by The Heartbreak Time Machine (full song)
Be sure to join us May 15 for episode 58, featuring publisher/author/podcaster Russell Nohelty.
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