Brother Emsworth Sat Jul 20 21:38:16 2002|
Re: curious indeed
> It looks like a message board, but I dont see many messages...I am not
> trying to bash your board, but it is hard to have a conversation here.
Admittedly the feast of reason and flow of soul has been reduced to a mere trickle at best of late, partially due to the lack of a new strip to analyze and discuss, and little else apart from Michael's continued film reviews to discuss (though I could always break out my Wodehouse quotes again, or possibly the Joys of Yiddish.) But while I realize I'm being pedantic, your point essentially is that there's little conversation to be had at present, not necessarily that it's difficult to start one. The "All Your Base" thread is going fairly well, I think, slowly but steadily (have little to say on that score myself), but if you give us another topic, I'm sure we humble few would rise to meet the occasion, or at least make an attempt to do so, time and circumstances permitting.
Where do your tastes in stimulating discourse lie? Literature? Film? Art? Politics (an area I personally am generally averse to)? Deceased character actors from the 30's through the 60's? Oh, wait, that's me. (Jack Kruschen, who played Dr. Dreyfuss in Billy Wilder's "The Apartment" passed away a couple of months ago.) Try us and see what happens.
In the mean time....
METAMORPHOSES (1978) A Sanrio Films release. Producers: Terry Ogisu, Hrio Tsugawa, Takashi; Director, writer: Takashi; Music: Bob Randles; Sequence directors: Jerry Eisenberg, Richard Huebner, Sadao Miyamoto, Amby Paliwoda, Ray Patterson, Manny Perez, George Singer, Stan Walsh; Animators: Edwin Aardal, John Ahern, Mikaharu Akabori, Robert Carlson, Brad Case, Marija Dail, Edward DeMattia, Joan Drake, Edgar Friedman, Edwardo Fuentes, Morris Gollub, Fred Grable, Masami Hata, Fred Hellmich, Ernesto Lopez, Daniel Noonan, Ken O'Brian, Jack Ozark, William Pratt, Thomas Ray, Virgil Ross, Glenn Schmitz, Martha Swanson, Reuben Timmins, James Walker, John Walker, Shigeru Yamamoto, Rudolfo Zamora; Production designers: Paul Julian, Ray Aragon, Kuni Fukai, Rebecca Ortega Mills, Akira Uno; Backgrounds: Ron Dias; Running time: 89 minutes.
Voices: Narrator: Norman Corwin, Peter Ustinov