Twin Peaks Season 2 Episode 11 - Bonus #44: Young Jerry Horne
I wonder who these two kids grew up to be?
This is a long one……bear with me :) I could not decide what photos to use, so used all of them.
Some beautiful touching candid photos of little Jackie Coogand and Charlie Chaplin on the set of “The Kid” - little Jackie was treated like a prince.
I believe that the death of Charlie’s infant son at the age of 3 days inspired him to create “The Kid” - it is obvious that the close relationship they had on screen also is depicted off screen.
For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference.
I’ll do a comprehensive tagging later
Movie posters with the titles of the books they were based on: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep / Blade Runner, Oil! / There Will Be Blood, The Short-Timers / Full Metal Jacket, Heart of Darkness / Apocalypse Now!, Monkey Planet / Planet of the Apes, We Can Remember It For You Wholesale / Total Recall
Princess Mononoke (1997) written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, animated by Studio Ghibli.
I saw this in the theater. I was taking a film course in San Diego and was required for the course to watch a foreign film. Because I am a terrible procrastinator, I waited to the last possible moment — and Princess Mononoke was the only foreign film playing at the local art theater. At the time I had never heard of Miyazaki — had not, in fact, ever seen Japanese animation that did not strongly feature giant robots. Internally I groaned and bought my ticket.
From the very first frame, my jaw was on my chest and I was thoroughly enchanted.
An amazing film, an amazing filmmaker.
Grunkle Stan eternally falling.
Gravity Falls, Season 1, episode 14, “Bottomless Pit”