The co-hosts of the Disney, Indiana podcast make the Kessel Run to the Skywalking Through Neverland podcast and bring along a lucky rabbit!
Tracey and Scott join Sarah and Richard Woloski to talk about the history of one of Walt Disney’s earliest characters – Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. They talk about his creation, a couple of his shorts, how he was lost and wrap it up with his return home to Disney!
Check them out in episode number #47 – Welcome Back Oswald (The Lucky Rabbit) here.
After your co-host Scott talked about Martians on Monster Kid Radio last week, Tracey wanted in on the red planet action! She joined Derek for a discussion of 1954’s War of the Worlds.
Part one of their conversation can be found in Episode 59 of Monster Kid Radio
Part two can be found in Episode 60 of Monster Kid Radio
On Kimar, on Voldar, on Bomar, and Girmar! On Hargo, on Momar, on Rigna, on Dropo it’s over the river and through the woods to Monster Kid Radio we go!
Disney, Indiana co-host Scott joins his friend and fellow podcaster Derek for a very special holiday episode of the Monster Kid Radio podcast. It’s 1964’s Santa Claus Conquers the Martians directed by Nicholas Webster. S-A-N-T-A C-L-A-U-S Hooray for Santy Claus!
Part one of their conversation can be found in Episode 57 of Monster Kid Radio
Part one of their conversation can be found in Episode 58 of Monster Kid Radio
Tracey and Scott made another trip outside of Disney, Indiana and ended up on Monster Kid Radio once again. We sat down with show host Derek Koch to talk about our trip to the Artcraft Theater’s Monster Mania event in Franklin, Indiana in October. This two day event featured 35mm print screenings of six classic Universal monster films, most of which we had never seen before.
The host of the Disney, Indiana podcast once again venture outside the house of mouse to appear on the Monster Kid Radio podcast. They attended HorrorHound Weekend Con the weekend of September 7-8, 2013. While at this con, they took in the Ray Harryhausen Super-8 Tribute Show (along with a bonus Super-8 show) hosted by We are Movie Geek’s Tom Stockman.
Although the 8MM film format was originally intended for home movie use, major film studios released condensed versions of their films in this format all up until the mid 1980s. Most titles were shorten to either 8 or 17 minutes, depending on the film length used. Collector Tom Stockman showcased the work of legendary animator Ray Harryhausen in this format and Tracey and Scott were fortunate enough to attend.
What did they think of this show – and the bonus show the following night that covered such diverse films at It Conquered the World (1956), Jaws (1975), Reptilicus (1961) and many others. Check out Monster Kid Radio episode 33 to find out.