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« on: April 01, 2001, 10:02:33 PM »

Thanks a heap for the muck award. I've said it a zillion times already, but I'll say it once more: is my absolute favorite trash flick site. It's been my favorite for a long time. In fact, this site is what inspired me to fork over dough for multimedia software. So it's quite an honor.

I posted the April update last night, which is a doozy. FOUR audio interviews produced in conjunction with 1978's The Manitou. One of those amazing interviews is of the late William Girdler himself. I'm obsessed, I know: but the fact that Girdler's voice is now alive on the Internet just gives me chills. And he's so enthusiastic about Manitou, it's adorable.

New William Girdler Radio Interview
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« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2001, 10:37:38 PM »

Congratulations, Abby.  You've received one of the most prestigious awards ever.  Much more so than that lame-ass Nobel prize.

Just a quick question: Is your site the only William Girdler site out there?  That would be a trick in itself, finding someone so obscure that no one else has made a web page dedicated to that person.  I haven't checked, but I bet cherub-faced Michael J. Pollard has at least twenty pages dedicated to him.
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2001, 12:09:57 AM »

It's actually the only comprehensive bio about Girdler anywhere (even IMDB was missing a few of his films up until a year ago).

There are tons of unsung directors with great stories ... all waiting to be rediscovered.

I wish I could remember what B-movie book ended with that idea ... it closed with a plea to research and rediscover old directors' forgotten gems because there are thousands of unsung auteurs ... whatever book it appeared in, I took the plea to heart.
« Reply #3 on: April 02, 2001, 05:19:24 PM »

What we need next...the story of William (One-shot) Beaudean. I think that has potential!
« Reply #4 on: April 02, 2001, 06:13:09 PM »

Hands down a great site Abby, I really had no choice.  You made me pick your site; it was as if you had a loaded Desert Eagle to my head... ...'twas a good site.

If everyone hasn't checked out the new sound clips over there - they are simply incredible.  Just listen to all that stuff going on in the background.  Couldn't you people even find a quiet room to do the interviews?

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