Hello San Dimas High! Fellow Distinguished hosts, Listeners, Babes. We're going to jump into a phone booth, if there is such a thing today, and get the only history lesson you ever need with 1989's American science fiction comedy film, Bill & Ted's...
Hello San Dimas High! Fellow Distinguished hosts, Listeners, Babes. We're going to jump into a phone booth, if there is such a thing today, and get the only history lesson you ever need with 1989's American science fiction comedy film, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure [Aggressive Air Guitar]
Nostalgia is flying high in this one as we prepare Dana for what this movie is all about.
Written by Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon and directed by Stephen Herek
Starring Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, and George Carlin
Budget of $6.5mil, made over $40.5mil in the box office
Currently a 6.9 (Dude!) on IMDb
Special shout out to our amazing sponsors that have donated some excellent prizes for our giveaway on August 31st. Ko-fi (www.ko-fi.com), MASAMI (www.lovemasami.com), Gerald Okamura (www.geraldokamura.com), Podpage (www.podpage.com), and Sticker Mule (www.stickermule.com)
A huge shout out and thank you to Proffesor J (www.twitter.com/JHunt006) for listening and engaging with us on social media. Check out his podcast called “Jeff Needs Help” to listen to some great segments and interviews about sports, movies, and everything
A special Ko-fi shout out to our new friend, Long Cat Media (www.ko-fi.com/longcatmedia) They are a UK podcast production company specializing in audio fiction. One of their shows called Mockery Manor is a mystery thriller fiction set in a theme park in 1980s Britain. This is incredibly high production value and very entertaining to listen to. Their season finale just aired last week so go binge the entire show and go buy them a coffee on Ko-fi
Finally, I wanted to thank my pals Talkin’ Shiz (www.twitter.com/talkin_shiz), Mary and DJ on the Facebook Group for Bill & Ted, and of course my brother, Mike, for sharing some very personal nostalgia with us. Party on, dudes.
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