What was it like to be on set for Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert and witness the fights between the legendary film critics that didn't make it to the airwaves? In this special archive interview, Joe Scott shares the full conversation he had with TV director Don Dupree, who made more than 200 episodes of Siskel & Ebert. Topics include getting Harry Knowles ready for TV, the lack of a comprehensive archive of old Siskel and Ebert episodes, as well as one of the most underrated comedies of the 90s. We also give shoutouts to everyone who supported the Comics For Kids fundraiser, which ended successfully on May 6th.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/downlowdpod/support
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Welcome to the Esoteric Order of Film! Join us as we discuss cult and genre movies from the golden age of film to the sordid present! Everything from Horror, Slashers, Westerns, Comedies, to even Kung Fu-Noir! If it's a genre flick looked down upon by film snobs, we've got you co...