David Trumble returns as a special guest to talk about Jackie Chan's second Police Story film!
The mad-cap action, kung-fu sequel, Police Story 2 (1988) was written, directed and stars Jackie Chan. It also stars Maggie Cheung, Bill Tung, Charlie Cho and Lam Kwok-Hung.
We were joined by the wonderfully loquacious David Trumble for our STORY triple bill episode. David is a story artist for animated features and it was an absolute pleasure to talk film with him.
The Philadelphia Story (1940). Directed by George Cukor and starring Katherine Hepburn, James Stewart, Cary Grant and Ruth Hussey.
Police Story (1985). Directed by Jackie Chan. Starring Maggie Cheung, Brigitte Lin, Chor Yuen, Bill Tung and Charlie Cho.
The Straight Story (1999). Directed by David Lynch. Starring Richard Farnsworth, Sissy Spacek and Harry Dean Stanton.
You can find David Trumble on Twitter @Drumble
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For our 4th podcast Birthday last week we covered a triple bill of horror movies from 1981 (Alison's Birthday, Bloody Birthday and Happy Birthday To Me). This week, Daryl decided to do a mini-report on an actor whose Birthday drops on the same days as the new episode, specifically to talk about his monumental run of 80's movies!
Legendary teen-idol Corey Feldman starred in Disney's The Fox and the Hound, Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, Gremlins, Friday the 13th: The New Beginning, The Goonies, Stand By Me, The Lost Boys (his first with Corey Haim), License to Drive, The 'Burbs, Dream a Little Dream and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Next week we're joined by story artist for animated features, David Trumble to discuss a triple bill of STORY films (George Cukor's The Philadelphia Story, Jackie Chan's Police Story and David Lynch's The Straight Story).
We're celebrating our 4th podcast birthday by announcing a new regular co-host (Matt Brothers... also of Spocklight) and by covering three horror movies from 1981, all with the word BIRTHDAY in the title!
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