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4 – Tom Powers on Strange Movie Theater Occurences He Has Experienced

Episode #4, prepared in Santa Cruz, California while Andy is on a “working vacation” there, features an interview with writer, editor and teacher Tom Powers, stories from the Theater Department at Illinois State University and stories about odd things that have happened to Tom in movie theaters far and wide. This episode is about 25 minutes long, and there are some nature photos of Santa Cruz under the keywords, below.

Keywords and links for this episode:
Santa Cruz, California, Tom Powers, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois, Steppenwolf Theater Company, Terry Kinney, Jeff Perry, “Nash Bridges,” John Malkovich, Gary Cole, Laurie Metcalf, Sean Hayes, Alcatraz, text messaging, movie theaters, movie theater stories, Seaview Twin, Pacifica, “Jagged Edge,” Glenn Close, Jeff Bridges, “Something Wild,” Ray Liotto, Ira Rothstein, “Blue Velvet,” York Theater, San Francisco, Dennis Hopper, “Solaris,” Wheeler Auditorium, UC Berkeley, Andre Tarkovsky, movie audiences, “Apocalypse Now,” “Bad Boys,” Martin Lawrence, Will Smith, police, Stan Brakhage, James Broughton, Peter Kubelka, “The Godfather, Part 2,” Alexandria Theater, Kenneth Anger, Golden Gate Bridge, suicide, Castro Theater, “Mildred Pierce,” “Jezebel,” “The Lion in Winter,” “The African Queen,” “C***sucker Blues,” The Rolling Stones, Robert Frank, Rialto Theater, South Pasadena, Tim Robbins, “The Bicycle Thief,” “The Player,” “Swing Town,” “Deep Throat,” “The Man From Laramie,” Anthony Mann, Jimmy Stewart.

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