Episode 57: 2nd Anniversary Celebration!

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 BrownActor 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 PowellVoice 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)

Have a thought to share about our 2nd anniversary?  Want to share a movie that influenced you, so we can read your story on the show?  Visit our Contact Us page to send us a message.  Or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.  We’d love to hear from you!

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 57:

The Heartbreak Time Machine

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.

Episode 56: Zach Eastman

Zach Eastman, filmmaker and podcaster on Reel Nerds podcast, joins us to chat about the movies that have influenced him to be who he is today.  Listen in, as we discuss William Shatner masks, art deco Patrick Stewart, LSMFT, and being Leonard Maltin.

Have a thought to share about Zach’s movie choices?  Want to share a film that influenced you?  Have a question or comment about Movies Made Me?  Visit our Contact Us page to send us a message.  Or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.  We’d love to hear from you!

Please help get the word out about Movies Made Me! Use the “share” links at the bottom of this post to share this episode!  Or, choose one of the following links and copy/paste it into a post on your social media to share Movies Made Me with your friends and followers:

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 56:

Reel Nerds Podcast

The After Show

Ear Buds

Twombley

The Boy Who Stares

Bugs Bunny in Carrotblanca

The Story Behind Walt Disney’s Fun and Fancy Free

Walt Disney on The Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy Radio Show (Sept. 21, 1947)

Be sure to join us May 1 for our 2nd Anniversary Celebration – Take 2!  We’ll have a great group of past guests and new friends, who’ll come together for a free-wheeling look back at year two of Movies Made Me.

Episode 27: Brendan Creecy

Brendan Creecy, host of the Radio Brendoman podcast, spoke with us briefly during Movies Made Me episode 16 from the L.A. Podcast Festival.  We’re thrilled to have him join us for a full episode, to share his list of five movies that have made him who he is today.  Listen in to this energetic episode, as we discuss vinyl podcasts, pep talks from your heroes, fluke filmmakers, and the power of 90210.

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Have a question or comment for us?  We’d love to hear from you!  Click the Contact Us tab on this website to send us a message.  Or, you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.

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Here are a few links to items of interest mentioned in episode 27:

Radio Brendoman podcast on iTunes

Radio Brendoman podcast webpage

Benview Network

Brax the Alien Rocker webcomic

 

Episode 18: Los Angeles Podcast Festival, Part 2 of 2, featuring Leonard Maltin & Marc Maron

Welcome to the second of two special episodes recorded at the Audible presents Los Angeles Podcast Festival, which took place at the Sofitel hotel in Beverly Hills, CA, Sept. 18-20, 2015.  We thoroughly enjoyed attending the festival and speaking with our fellow podcasters, as well as seeing all the fans who attended live episode recordings by some of the biggest names in the industry.  Make your plans now for next year’s L.A. Podcast Festival and don’t miss this terrific event!

We chatted with our fellow podcasters in the SquareSpace Podcasting Lab throughout the festival weekend, and each guest was asked to tell us about one film that influenced them to be who they are.  In this episode, you’ll hear from:

Be sure to listen and subscribe to all the terrific podcasts mentioned in this episode!  Share the podcast love!

Did you miss our first episode from the Los Angeles Podcast Festival?  Listen to episode 16, featuring Greg Proops and Todd Glass now!

Join us again November 16 for episode 19, featuring actor Clancy Brown (“The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension,” “Highlander,” “The Shawshank Redemption,” “Spongebob Squarepants”).

What do you think of the films chosen by our guests in this episode?  Tell us by commenting here, or leave us your thoughts on Facebook or Twitter.  Remember, you can now follow us on Instagram!

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Episode 16: Los Angeles Podcast Festival, Part 1 of 2, featuring Greg Proops & Todd Glass

Welcome to the first of two special episodes recorded at the Audible presents Los Angeles Podcast Festival, which took place at the Sofitel hotel in Beverly Hills, CA, Sept. 18-20, 2015.  We highly recommend this event to both podcasters and fans alike, as it is a high-energy, positive atmosphere in which to create and consume podcasts.  Up-and-coming shows like Movies Made Me and hugely popular shows like WTF with Marc Maron join together to celebrate the growing podcast community. Make your plans now for next year’s L.A. Podcast Festival!

Recording in the SquareSpace Podcasting Lab at the event, we invited our fellow podcasters to tell us about one film that influenced them to be who they are.  In this episode, you’ll hear from:

Be sure to listen and subscribe to all the terrific podcasts mentioned in this episode!  Share the podcast love!

Join us October 19 for Movies Made Me episode 17, featuring Tara Ison, author of Reeling Through Life: How I Learned to Live, Love, and Die at the Movies.  Also join us November 2 for episode 18, which will be the second of our special episodes from the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, featuring Leonard Maltin and Marc Maron.

What do you think of the films chosen by our guests in this episode?  Tell us by commenting here, or leave us your thoughts on Facebook or Twitter.  Remember, you can now follow us on Instagram!

Be sure to subscribe to the Movies Made Me podcast on iTunes and Stitcher, so you’ll never miss an episode.  Please rate and review us, to help us reach a wider audience!

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