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Josh Neufeld & Dean Haspiel break down Harvey Pekar's AMERICAN SPLENDOR the movie (2003) scene by scene, with insight, humor, and inside information. Neufeld & Haspiel were both illustrators for the American Splendor comic book. SCENE BY SCENE is geared toward fans of indy comics and movies, as well as the rapidly growing “movies-by-minute” podcast movement. You can find SCENE BY SCENE at http://www.scenebyscenepodcast.com Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/scenebyscene/support

Latest Episodes

AS7: A Rare Find, 1962

American Splendor scene #7 (11:11 to 12:17) — Flashback to 1962. A fateful encounter: while searching for old records at a yard sale, Harvey meets shy greeting card illustrator (and comic book collector) Bob Crumb. Special guest: actor Eli Ganias, who plays the role of Pahls in the film! Marty Pahls and "Marty & Pahls" — the real man who introduced Pekar to Crumb (and married one of Crumb's sisters). Bits from "The Young Crumb Story"... Eli Ganias' juicy behind-the-scenes stories: "arm-around" on the cutting room floor, trailer talk, accents, the other actors, and much more. Eli’s prior knowledge (or lack thereof) of the American Splendor comic book (“a lot of text"). Shout-out to Dean's HariKari Kane. This podcast is sponsored by Anchor Voice Messages Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scenebyscene/message Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scenebyscene/support

34 MIN3 days ago
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AS7: A Rare Find, 1962

AS6: Demon Record Hustler

In American Splendor's sixth scene (10:00 to 11:11), the real Harvey Pekar sits at a fake yard sale, talking about his years as a used-record collector / salesman. Harvey's transition from collecting "sides" to collecting stories. It's talk therapy for Josh & Dean as they discuss family issues related to collecting/hoarding. The pros & cons of collecting stamps, baseball cards, comics, and music. Creating an industry from your own collecting. From collecting to creating— collecting as "research." Shout-outs to the Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The Godfather, Marilyn Monroe, and Lester Young! Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scenebyscene/message Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scenebyscene/support

25 MIN1 weeks ago
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AS6: Demon Record Hustler

AS5: Jack the Bellboy and Mr. Boats

In American Splendor's fifth scene (8:00 to 10:00), it's a few months later. A depressed and lonely Harvey is at his flunky file clerk job at the V.A. hospital. Mr. Boats comes by to offer some poetic advice about women. The conversation turns to music, and then to Harvey's side gig as a used-record dealer. Mr. Boats accuses Harvey of not "turning loose the good stuff!" Collier’s Disease, hoarding, “cat hoarding," and Harvey's tendency to “collect” misfits. The recurring character Mr. Boats (and his film portrayal by Earl Billings). “Jack the Bellboy” and Harvey's different personae. An appreciation of the research involved in mining previously unrelated American Splendor stories to guide the plot of the film. Finding the right medium in which to tell your story. “Semi-auto-bio” comix: authenticity and making stories from real life. Editors—oy! Note: this episode is 10% funnier than the previous one. This podcast is sponsored by Anchor Voice Messages Send in a voice message...

28 MIN2 weeks ago
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AS5: Jack the Bellboy and Mr. Boats

Latest Episodes

AS7: A Rare Find, 1962

American Splendor scene #7 (11:11 to 12:17) — Flashback to 1962. A fateful encounter: while searching for old records at a yard sale, Harvey meets shy greeting card illustrator (and comic book collector) Bob Crumb. Special guest: actor Eli Ganias, who plays the role of Pahls in the film! Marty Pahls and "Marty & Pahls" — the real man who introduced Pekar to Crumb (and married one of Crumb's sisters). Bits from "The Young Crumb Story"... Eli Ganias' juicy behind-the-scenes stories: "arm-around" on the cutting room floor, trailer talk, accents, the other actors, and much more. Eli’s prior knowledge (or lack thereof) of the American Splendor comic book (“a lot of text"). Shout-out to Dean's HariKari Kane. This podcast is sponsored by Anchor Voice Messages Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scenebyscene/message Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scenebyscene/support

34 MIN3 days ago
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AS7: A Rare Find, 1962

AS6: Demon Record Hustler

In American Splendor's sixth scene (10:00 to 11:11), the real Harvey Pekar sits at a fake yard sale, talking about his years as a used-record collector / salesman. Harvey's transition from collecting "sides" to collecting stories. It's talk therapy for Josh & Dean as they discuss family issues related to collecting/hoarding. The pros & cons of collecting stamps, baseball cards, comics, and music. Creating an industry from your own collecting. From collecting to creating— collecting as "research." Shout-outs to the Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The Godfather, Marilyn Monroe, and Lester Young! Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scenebyscene/message Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scenebyscene/support

25 MIN1 weeks ago
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AS6: Demon Record Hustler

AS5: Jack the Bellboy and Mr. Boats

In American Splendor's fifth scene (8:00 to 10:00), it's a few months later. A depressed and lonely Harvey is at his flunky file clerk job at the V.A. hospital. Mr. Boats comes by to offer some poetic advice about women. The conversation turns to music, and then to Harvey's side gig as a used-record dealer. Mr. Boats accuses Harvey of not "turning loose the good stuff!" Collier’s Disease, hoarding, “cat hoarding," and Harvey's tendency to “collect” misfits. The recurring character Mr. Boats (and his film portrayal by Earl Billings). “Jack the Bellboy” and Harvey's different personae. An appreciation of the research involved in mining previously unrelated American Splendor stories to guide the plot of the film. Finding the right medium in which to tell your story. “Semi-auto-bio” comix: authenticity and making stories from real life. Editors—oy! Note: this episode is 10% funnier than the previous one. This podcast is sponsored by Anchor Voice Messages Send in a voice message...

28 MIN2 weeks ago
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AS5: Jack the Bellboy and Mr. Boats
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