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The Industry

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The Industry

The Industry

Dan Delgado

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A storytelling podcast exploring Hollywood’s lesser known history.

Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode: A Very Special Presentation

ESlow, melancholy, and the true meaning of Christmas. It might sound more like a December mass at a local church but it's actually commonly used description of a beloved holiday classic: A Charlie Brown Christmas. In this bonus episode we go over how this timeless tale, that was originally as wanted as a withered Charlie Brown tree, became to be the enduring classic it's considered today.

12 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Bonus Episode: A Very Special Presentation

A Not So New Hope

EPatrick Read Johnson first wrapped on his autobiographical film 5-25-77 back in 2004. The title refers to the day Star Wars was released and how it changed his life.In the years since then he's be working to get the picture finished his own way. In 2019 he's almost there. Show notes and sources listed at http://industrypodcast.org/articles

23 MIN2019 NOV 6
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A Not So New Hope

How To Slice A Sicilian

EDirector Michael Cimino has a complicated history. As Oscar and Razzie winner who only made seven films, Cimino frequently found himself struggling with producers to get his vision out. When the producers of The Sicilian felt his version was too long he used his final cut clause to give them something else. It wasn't a good idea. Show notes and links to sources can be found athttps://industrypodcast.org/articles

23 MIN2019 OCT 23
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How To Slice A Sicilian

The Rebellion of Jamaa Fanaka

EJamaa Fanaka was the most prolific college filmmaker of all time. Once he left college he found Hollywood to not be so inclusive. He decided to fight the industry with a series of lawsuits that would ultimately cost him his career. Filmmakers Zeinabu Davis, Lexi Alexander, and Maria Giese help tell this story along with Jamaa's attorney Irving Meyer. Show notes and sources listed here:https://industrypodcast.org/articles

30 MIN2019 OCT 9
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The Rebellion of Jamaa Fanaka

He Really Was That Masked Man

EOn paper it was a great idea. Bringing the iconic character of The Lone Ranger to the silver screen should have brought with it good feelings of classic television, Americana, and just plain ole nostalgia. However, when producers decided to ice out Clayton Moore, the man who was behind the mask for years on television, they found themselves in fight with the Lone Ranger fan base itself. On the set of the new Lone Ranger movie issues also abound with the new masked man. Dawn Moore, Clayton Moore's daughter and actor Michael Horse help tell this story of nostalgia gone wrong. Show notes available at https://industrypodcast.org/articles

29 MIN2019 SEP 25
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He Really Was That Masked Man

No Mr. Bond, I Expect You In Court

EThe James Bond series has been going for over 50 years. In that time the MI:6 agent has fought many villains. However, for many fans of the series, 007's greatest villain might have been off screen. Producer Kevin McClory helped create the "cinematic Bond" and then spent most of the rest of his life trying to claim him for himself. Show notes and sources listed at http://industrypodcast.org/articles

36 MIN2019 SEP 11
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No Mr. Bond, I Expect You In Court

The (Almost, But Not Quite) Return of Billy Jack

EIn the 1970's actor Tom Laughlin helped change the industry with his advertising and distribution ideas for his Billy Jack series. In the 1980's he planned a comeback movie and another potential industry game changer, this time for home video. It did not go according to plan. Robin Hutton, Laughlin's former assistant and an author, helps the story of Laughlin's attempted return. Show notes and sources listed at http://industrypodcast.org/articles.

35 MIN2019 AUG 28
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The (Almost, But Not Quite) Return of Billy Jack

The Dino De Laurentiis Million Dollar Giveaway

ERobertino Yanzanny was just a teenager in Puerto Rico when he fell in love with the movies and developed an admiration for super producer Dino De Laurentiis. De Laurentiis left a huge impression in The Industry. Big successes and big flops and big risks were his standard. When Dino opened his own studio in the 1980s things did not go exactly according to plan. Then he had an idea. It involved garbage bags. Yanzanny helps tell the story of what it was like to work with De Laurentiis during this time and his encounter with De Laurentiis after he had died. Show notes available at http://industrypodcast.org/articles.

27 MIN2019 AUG 14
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The Dino De Laurentiis Million Dollar Giveaway

The Great Gleason Pivot

EJackie Gleason is an entertainment legend. He's one guy who truly did it all. Movies, Broadway, conducted his own orchestra (!), and most of all television. He was The Great One, after all. That doesn't mean the guy didn't make mistakes. In 1961 Gleason made a huge mistake when, after a couple of years away from television, he made a highly anticipated return with what turned out to be a ridiculous game show. What he did next was unheard of. Show notes for this episode can be found at http://industrypodcast.org/articles

23 MIN2019 JUL 31
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The Great Gleason Pivot

Season Two Trailer

A new season of The Industryis coming this summer,with more lesser known stories of Hollywood history. Check out season one at http://theindustrypodcast.com.

1 MIN2019 MAY 9
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Season Two Trailer

Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode: A Very Special Presentation

ESlow, melancholy, and the true meaning of Christmas. It might sound more like a December mass at a local church but it's actually commonly used description of a beloved holiday classic: A Charlie Brown Christmas. In this bonus episode we go over how this timeless tale, that was originally as wanted as a withered Charlie Brown tree, became to be the enduring classic it's considered today.

12 MIN2019 DEC 16
Comments
Bonus Episode: A Very Special Presentation

A Not So New Hope

EPatrick Read Johnson first wrapped on his autobiographical film 5-25-77 back in 2004. The title refers to the day Star Wars was released and how it changed his life.In the years since then he's be working to get the picture finished his own way. In 2019 he's almost there. Show notes and sources listed at http://industrypodcast.org/articles

23 MIN2019 NOV 6
Comments
A Not So New Hope

How To Slice A Sicilian

EDirector Michael Cimino has a complicated history. As Oscar and Razzie winner who only made seven films, Cimino frequently found himself struggling with producers to get his vision out. When the producers of The Sicilian felt his version was too long he used his final cut clause to give them something else. It wasn't a good idea. Show notes and links to sources can be found athttps://industrypodcast.org/articles

23 MIN2019 OCT 23
Comments
How To Slice A Sicilian

The Rebellion of Jamaa Fanaka

EJamaa Fanaka was the most prolific college filmmaker of all time. Once he left college he found Hollywood to not be so inclusive. He decided to fight the industry with a series of lawsuits that would ultimately cost him his career. Filmmakers Zeinabu Davis, Lexi Alexander, and Maria Giese help tell this story along with Jamaa's attorney Irving Meyer. Show notes and sources listed here:https://industrypodcast.org/articles

30 MIN2019 OCT 9
Comments
The Rebellion of Jamaa Fanaka

He Really Was That Masked Man

EOn paper it was a great idea. Bringing the iconic character of The Lone Ranger to the silver screen should have brought with it good feelings of classic television, Americana, and just plain ole nostalgia. However, when producers decided to ice out Clayton Moore, the man who was behind the mask for years on television, they found themselves in fight with the Lone Ranger fan base itself. On the set of the new Lone Ranger movie issues also abound with the new masked man. Dawn Moore, Clayton Moore's daughter and actor Michael Horse help tell this story of nostalgia gone wrong. Show notes available at https://industrypodcast.org/articles

29 MIN2019 SEP 25
Comments
He Really Was That Masked Man

No Mr. Bond, I Expect You In Court

EThe James Bond series has been going for over 50 years. In that time the MI:6 agent has fought many villains. However, for many fans of the series, 007's greatest villain might have been off screen. Producer Kevin McClory helped create the "cinematic Bond" and then spent most of the rest of his life trying to claim him for himself. Show notes and sources listed at http://industrypodcast.org/articles

36 MIN2019 SEP 11
Comments
No Mr. Bond, I Expect You In Court

The (Almost, But Not Quite) Return of Billy Jack

EIn the 1970's actor Tom Laughlin helped change the industry with his advertising and distribution ideas for his Billy Jack series. In the 1980's he planned a comeback movie and another potential industry game changer, this time for home video. It did not go according to plan. Robin Hutton, Laughlin's former assistant and an author, helps the story of Laughlin's attempted return. Show notes and sources listed at http://industrypodcast.org/articles.

35 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
The (Almost, But Not Quite) Return of Billy Jack

The Dino De Laurentiis Million Dollar Giveaway

ERobertino Yanzanny was just a teenager in Puerto Rico when he fell in love with the movies and developed an admiration for super producer Dino De Laurentiis. De Laurentiis left a huge impression in The Industry. Big successes and big flops and big risks were his standard. When Dino opened his own studio in the 1980s things did not go exactly according to plan. Then he had an idea. It involved garbage bags. Yanzanny helps tell the story of what it was like to work with De Laurentiis during this time and his encounter with De Laurentiis after he had died. Show notes available at http://industrypodcast.org/articles.

27 MIN2019 AUG 14
Comments
The Dino De Laurentiis Million Dollar Giveaway

The Great Gleason Pivot

EJackie Gleason is an entertainment legend. He's one guy who truly did it all. Movies, Broadway, conducted his own orchestra (!), and most of all television. He was The Great One, after all. That doesn't mean the guy didn't make mistakes. In 1961 Gleason made a huge mistake when, after a couple of years away from television, he made a highly anticipated return with what turned out to be a ridiculous game show. What he did next was unheard of. Show notes for this episode can be found at http://industrypodcast.org/articles

23 MIN2019 JUL 31
Comments
The Great Gleason Pivot

Season Two Trailer

A new season of The Industryis coming this summer,with more lesser known stories of Hollywood history. Check out season one at http://theindustrypodcast.com.

1 MIN2019 MAY 9
Comments
Season Two Trailer
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