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Special Report: Du-BEAT-e-o (1984)

On this special episode we’re looking at the 1984 film from Director Alan Sacks, Du-Beat-E-O. It’s a movie as unusual as its name. It’s the multi-layered story of a director -- the titular Du Beat E O played by Ray Sharkey -- who is given a chore to put together a film about the band The Runaways. At the same time we hear a postmortem of the film as we’re watching it unfold courtesy of a running fictive director’s commentary.

Adam Spiegelman (Proudly Resents) and Heather Drain (Mondo Heather) join Mike to discuss the history of the show as well as one of its participants -- El Duce of The Mentors. Interviews include co-writer Mark Sheffler, musician Mark Wheaton, and director Alan Sacks.



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