Friday, May 9, 2014

A Jester of Good Faith.

Musique avec fromage:  Morcheeseba.
 
Musique avec fromage:  George Thorogouda & The Destroyers.
 
Musique avec fromage:  KRAFTwerk.
 
Musique avec fromage:  Camembert Bacharach.
 
Musique avec fromage:  Cheddar and Jeremy.
 
Musique avec fromage:  Pharaoh Parmesanders.
 
Nicolas Roeg directs Star Wars:  Ewokabout.
 
Billy Wilder directs Star Wars:  Some Like It Hoth.
 
Haute couture porn:  Behind The Green Dior.
 
Haute couture porn:  Deep Tote.
 
Literary Rock Bands Today:  Anais Nin Inch Nails.
 
Literary Rock Bands Today:  The Plath Matics.
 
Existential Disco:  Sartre Day Night Fever.
 
Willy Wonka as Doctor Who.  Series written by Roald Dahlek.
 
Dalek Skin Cleanser:  "EXFOLIATE!"
 
The Cream of Sherlock Holmes, or Ginger Baker Street.
 
Stop Me If You've Heard This Joke Before:  A Jew, a Mexican and a Triple Speed Rug Shampoo Carpet Cleaning Machine go into this bar........

Thursday, May 1, 2014

"Three of a Perfect Pair."

An Index of Meddles, part three


February 2012

101)  "You don't see many of these nowadays, do you?"  George Harrison, A HARD DAY'S NIGHT, 1964.

102)  "You mean an early clue to the new direction?"  A HARD DAY'S NIGHT, 1964.

103)  "Where am I?"  Patrick McGoohan, THE PRISONER, 1967.


April 2012

104)  "Be seeing you."  Patrick McGoohan, THE PRISONER, 1967.


May 2012

105)  "...and you Capitalists will sell us the shovels."  Quote attributed to Nikita Khrushchev.

106)  "The total potential here, must be nothing less than astronomical!"  Warren Stevens, FORBIDDEN PLANET, 1956.


June 2012

107)  "Nothing less.  The number 10 raised almost literally to the power of infinity."  Walter Pidgeon's response, FORBIDDEN PLANET, 1956.

108)  "When I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide."  The Beatles, "Helter Skelter," 1968.

109)  "Tell me Hilda, does all this frighten you?  Does it make you feel insecure?"  Sam Jaffe, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL, 1951.


July 2012

110)  "No cover charge.  Your clothes get in free."  Guy Guden, SPACE PIRATE RADIO, 1974.

111)  "Oh, I wonder, wonder..."  The Monotones, "The Book of Love," 1957.


August 2012

112)  "How are YOU?"  Roald Dahl introduction to WAY OUT, 1961.

113)  "In my humble attempt to amuse your fiancĂ©, Mr. Harker, I was telling her some rather...grim tales of my far off country."  Bela Lugosi to David Manners, DRACULA, 1931.


September 2012

114)  "It's just a phase I'm going through"  Lyric from 10CC, "I'm Not In Love," 1975.


October 2012

115)  "I think initially, it got attention to the subject."  Radio dialog from opening collage, SPACE PIRATE RADIO, 1985, onwards.


November 2012

116)  "Is my face on straight?"  Lyric and song title from Premiata Forneria Marconi, PFM, 1974.

117)  "You make me nervous."  Lyric and song title from Irmin Schmidt of Can, 1981-1983, released 1984.

118)  "I travel alone."  Lyric and song title from Noel Coward, 1934.

119)  "You know my name (look up the number)."  The Beatles, lyric and song title, recorded 1967, 1969, released 1970.


December 2012

120)  "My pink half of the drainpipe."  Lyric and song title, Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, 1968.

121)  "The Story of Ho-Ho-Ho!"  Guy Guden parody title.

122)  "Zero for Conduct."  Jean Vigo film title, 1933.

123)  "But I thought every little boy wanted an electric train for Christmas."  Guy Guden Christmas cartoon idea, 1968.

124)  "Have a Gorilla."  Peter Sellers, THE GOON SHOW, 1950s.


January 2013

125)  "An anthracite for sore eyes."  Guy Guden pun.

126)  "You switch me on."  Lyric from BEDAZZLED film song, Peter Cook & Dudley Moore, 1967.
 
 
February 2013
 
127)  "China My China."  Lyric and song title, Brian Eno, 1974.
 
128)  "Oh!  Wot a Dream."  Lyric and song title, Kevin Ayers, 1973.
 
 
March 2013
 
129)  "Picnic Boogie."  Lyric and song title, Sadistic Mika Band, 1973.
 
130)  "You Gotta Go Oww!"  Spike Milligan phrase and song, The Goons, 1956.
 
 
April 2013
 
131)  "And are there two Gs in 'Bugger Off!?"  Scots fisherman to Peter Riegert, LOCAL HERO, 1983.
 
132)  "Monsters from the Id."  FORBIDDEN PLANET, 1956, first said by actor Warren Stevens.
 
133)  "You won't get it!"  Patrick McGoohan, THE PRISONER, 1967.
 
 
May 2013
 
134)  "That's enough!"  Dudley Manlove as Eros, PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE, 1959.
 
135)  "Grand is the name, and, uh - money is the game.  Would you care to play?"  THE MAGIC CHRISTIAN, 1969.
 
 
June 2013
 
136)  "Here under protest is beef burgers."  Orson Welles outtake for Findus Frozen Foods, 1970.
 
137)  "Dance of the Lemmings."  Amon Duul II album title, 1971.
 
138)  "I was a beatnik."  Lyric from the song "Beatnik," The Buggles, 1982.
 
 
September 2013
 
139)  "You're the maximum utmost!"  Connie Stevens to Edd Byrnes on "Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)," 1960.
 
140)  "Aye, there's the rub."  Shakespeare, HAMLET, 1603.
 
141)  "Ride the snake."  Lyric from The Doors, "The End," recorded 1966, released 1967.
 
142)  "I am a camera."  Line from Christopher Isherwood novel, GOODBYE TO BERLIN, 1939; title of John Van Druten play adaptation, 1951, film 1955; lyric from song by Yes, 1980; lyric and title, The Buggles, 1981.
 
 
October 2013
 
143)  "Explode Like A Star."  Lyric and title, Amon Duul II, 1974.
 
144)  "Eco and the Bunny, Man!"  Guy Guden pun, 2013.
 
145)  "Soon Over Babaluma."  Can album title, 1974.
 
 
November 2013
 
146)  "Turn of the Cards."  Renaissance album title, 1974.
 
 
December 2013
 
147)  "I am a soldier of our planet!"  Dudley Manlove as Eros, PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE, 1959.
 
148)  "We have all been here before."  Lyric from "Deja Vu," Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, 1970.
 
149)  "Probably a loose wire..."  Ray Milland to Ruth Hussey, THE UNINVITED, 1944.
 
150)  "Vive La Trance."  Amon Duul II album title, 1974.
 
 
FIN........for now.