Thursday, March 6, 2014

"Deutsch Nepal."

Walter Winchell, Hedda Hopper, Louella Parsons and Herb Caen.  So who is the Fifth Columnist?

Heinrich Himmler's Favourite Breakfast:  Luftwaffles.

Heinrich Himmler's Favourite Restaurant:  The Night of Long Knives and Forks.

Heinrich Himmler's Favourite Gasoline:  Es Esso.

Heinrich Himmler's Favourite Musical Group:  The Guess Who Stoppo ("She's come unDunkirk").

Heinrich Himmler's Favourite Author:  Edgar Allan Gestapo.

Adolph Hitler's New Cold Sore Medicine:  Mein Kampf O-Phenique.

Desert Fox News now available on CD Rommel.

DJ Len Deighton's Playlist:  Emerson, Lake and Harry Palmer.

DJ John Le Carre's Playlist:  Tinker, James Taylor, Soldier, Spy.

DJ John Le Carre's Playlist:  The Taylor Dayne of Panama.

Painful medical condition, having a Heil Hatel Hernia.  Causes Axis Reflux.

Richard Boone's son and Orson Welles' daughter have a son.  A director named Luis Boone-Welles.

Benito und Jerzey's Cold War Ice Cream.  Served exclusively at Mussolini & Franco's Hollywood restaurant.

Myra Cardial:  Watch out.  She will steal your heart.

An early rumour that JFK's assassin was Bazooka Joe, and ONLY Bazooka Joe.  Thus began the Lone Gumman Theory.

Going to make a movie about finely ground tobacco which is inhaled.  Wonder what I should call it?

Sunday, March 2, 2014

"Fifty-Fifty Clown."

An Index of Meddles, part two.
November 2010
51)  "Wouldn't this be a good time to head on out to the snack bar?"  Guy Guden as Tony Anthony-Tony on SPACE PIRATE RADIO.
52)  "Open Channel D."  Robert Vaughn (initially) on THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E., 1964.
53)  "When fashion dictates..."  Guy Guden tag line from Fashion State ads, SPACE PIRATE RADIO, 1974 onward.
54)  "No man is free who has to work for a living.  But I'm available."  David McCallum responding to Robert Vaughn, THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E., 1964.
55)  "Video Killed The Radio Star."  The Buggles, song and lyric, 1978.
December 2010
56)  "Oh, dazzling.  People have to wear sunglasses."  Ray Milland to Gail Russell, THE UNINVITED, 1944.
57)  "Who'll remember the buns, Podgy?"  Paul McCartney to John Lennon, The Beatles, Christmas Record, 1966.
January 2011

58)  "Time for my perversion?"  Peter Sellers, THE LAST GOON SHOW OF ALL, 1972.
59)  "You've a magnificent brain, Moriarty."  Basil Rathbone to George Zucco, THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES, 1939.
60)  "Why do you ask, Little Hole in Rubber?"  Punchline of rude joke, date unknown.
61)  "Because all you of Earth are idiots!"  Dudley Manlove, PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE, 1959.
62)  "My time.  My time.  I love my time.  My time has something more..."  Lyric from "My Time" by Belgium group Telex. 
February 2011
63)  "What a rush!"  Line by Le Chat from Guy Guden's CASANOVA'S LIPS, 1976.
64)  "We got the message.  I heard it on the airwaves."  Lyric from "The Politics of Dancing," by Re-Flex, 1983.
65)  "No, thanks.  Bad luck.  Three on a midget."  Groucho Marx, AT THE CIRCUS, 1939.
66)  "Morgan is sad today.  Sadder than yesterday."  David Warner singing, MORGAN!, 1966.
67)  "Your skin is very white."  "My parents were white."  Michael Hordern line and response from Ralph Richardson, THE BED-SITTING ROOM, 1969.
March 2011
68)  "We can make it better with a little bit of razzamatazz."  Lyric from Quincy Jones' "Razzamatazz," 1986.
69)  "He tampered in God's domain."  Line from finale of BRIDE OF THE MONSTER, 1955.
70)  "He's mad."  "Mad?"  Earth cop's line and space woman Tana's response, PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE, 1959.
71)  "I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, briefed, de-briefed or numbered."  Patrick McGoohan, THE PRISONER, 1967.
April 2011
72)  "I am a very foolish fond old man."  KING LEAR.

73)  "Pussies galore."  Diana Rigg, THE AVENGERS episode, "The Hidden Tiger," 1967.
74)  "Deefeecult for you.  Easy for me."  Senor Wences.
May 2011
75)  "What they've got was an apparent flash from the master."  Amon Duul 2 lyric from "Dance of the Lemmings," 1971.
76)  Most Forgotten Cult Films.  Guy Guden article from 1984.
77)  "You fill me with inertia."  Peter Cook from the song in the film BEDAZELLED, 1967.
78)  "Cold hearted orb that rules the night."  The Moody Blues, "Days of Future Passed," 1967.
June 2011
79)  The Sin Spots of Europe.  Guy Guden article from 1982.
80)  "Well, I can see you're serving drinks..."  C-3PO to R2-D2, STAR WARS Episode 6, 1983.
81)  "It took more than one man to change my name to Shanghai Lily."  Marlene Dietrich, SHANGHAI EXPRESS, 1932.
August 2011

82)  "Baby you can drive my car."  The Beatles, lyric from "Drive My Car," 1965.
83)  "You know, my astrologer says that Virgos are subject to cosmic boredom."  Helen Mirren in SAVAGE MESSIAH, 1972.
September 2011
84)  "I don't know who you are Sir, or where you come from, but you've done me a power of good."  Peter Sellers catch-phrase as Major Bloodnok, THE GOON SHOW.
85)  "You say it's your birthday.  It's my birthday too, yeah."  The Beatles, lyric from "Birthday," written and recorded September 18, 1968.
86)  "There are no friends left."  Arthur Lowe, THE BED-SITTING ROOM, 1969.
October 2011
87)  "Time to Noodle."  Song title from Sadistic Mika Band, "Hot! Menu," 1975.
88)  "Per un Amico."  Song and LP title from Premiata Forneria Marconi, 1972.
89)  "Does it come every night?"  Ray Milland to Ruth Hussey, THE UNINVITED, 1944.
November 2011

90)  "Because I'm in no condition to receive bad news."  Peter Sellers, THE FIENDISH PLOT OF DR. FU MANCHU, 1980.
91)  "He walked with a pronounced limp.  L-I-M-P.  Pronounced LIMP."  Spike Milligan.
92)  "Plenty of jam jars, baby."  The Beatles, Christmas Record, 1967.
93)  "I can hear the hum."  Peter Cook & Dudley Moore.  "The L. S. Bumble Bee," 1967.
94)  "Inarticulate."  Peter Cook to Dudley Moore, BEDAZZLED, 1967.
95)  "Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 3."  Song title and lyric, Ian Dury and the Blockheads, 1979.
December 2011

96)  "I have nothing to worry about.  Except Ken Russell."  Guy Guden, CASANOVA'S LIPS, 1976.

97)  "Come in and warm yourself by this roaring candle."  Peter Sellers to Harry Secombe, THE GOON SHOW.
January 2012

98)  "It's been real."  Ernie Kovacs motto, 1950s.
99)  "It's based on a novel by a man named Lear."  The Beatles, "Paperback Writer," 1966.
100)  "Navigator to heaven."  Mike Oldfield, "In High Places," 1983.  Lyric sung by Jon Anderson.

1/3rd to go........