And if I recall correctly, guest starring the late, great Vic Tayback, who would go on to TV stardom as Mel of Mel’s Diner on 70s sitcom Alice. (VERY loosely based on part of a Scorsese movie, by the way.)
I sometimes miss those days of rushing back and forth during commercials.
I was thinking it was more of a Who Hat.
On behalf of Richard, ‘please take a moment to admire the crosshatching in the last panel.’
The look of glee on Wallace’s face tells me all I need to know…he probably encouraged Sterling to make the climb.
Just watch 12 Monkeys, Baron Munchausen, and Time Bandits…you’ll get it. (And for those who want to @ me, these are simply good gateway films…you don’t start a new reader out on House of Leaves.)
I love Gilliam, but ‘Brazil’, in particular, is super dark…as are ‘Tideland’ and ‘12 Monkeys’. Amazing movies all, but I wouldn’t screen them for a 6th-grader. Stick to ‘Time Bandits’ and ‘Munchausen’…oh, and no ‘Zero Theorem’, either!
I’m pretty sure he took Kong to Manhattan once.
Only if they don’t need any plumbing repairs.
Ol’ Chuck is a fan of Continental Battle Style, I see.