FadCast Ep. 104 | Remembering Gene Wilder: ‘Willy Wonka’ to ‘Young Frankenstein’
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This week on the FadCast we are joined by major Gene Wilder freak who doesn’t speak, JD the Mime, to eulogize the successful and inspiring career of the recently passed comic genius. We discuss everything from Wilder’s beginnings with Mel Brooks from ‘The Producers’ to ‘Young Frankenstein,’ his on-screen chemistry with funnyman Richard Pryor and his decision to leave Hollywood. We further salute the legendary kind-soul with a script read from Sidney Poitier’s 1980’s classic-hit, ‘Stir Crazy.’
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Pooya: You are listening to FilmFad.com’s FadCast Episode 104
Ryan: With our special guest, The quiet riot, JD the Mime
Pooya: Today we’ll celebrate the comedic genius of Hollywood Legend, Gene Wilder
Ryan: as we honor the memory of the late film icon by reminiscing over his equally iconic roles
Pooya: It’s true, You’ll hear all that and more so let’s get started!
(Intro Music break)
Current Events – Did Ben Affleck Just Reveal Deathstroke As The Batman Movie Villain? and Remembering Comic Legend Gene Wilder. (~2min)
Script Read – ‘Stir Crazy’ ft. Pooya as Skip, Nancy and the Cab Driver and Ryan as Harry and the Passenger, with Narration also by Ryan. (~8min).
Main Topic – Remembering Gene Wilder (~31min)