LB: IATSE

by Larry Brody

I should have made this clear weeks ago. In fact, I thought I had, but the image I so vividly remember posting has vanished somehow. So, just to make sure everyone who visits this site knows:

Without IATSE and its membership, there’s no us.

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LB: TMI

by Larry Brody

A shining example of TMI in the showbiz workplace if ever there was one.

At last! Someone who listened when I said, “It ain’t art unless it reveals something of the artist.”

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LB: Writing, Showbiz, and the Daily Comics

by Larry Brody

A TVWriter™ visitor who wants to remain anonymous (what’s the matter, bud, embarrassed to have this  sweet little habit?) sent me these two comic strips this morning but didn’t tell me where they got them. So if you know the name of the strip and/or its creator, please drop me a line so I can add proper attribution.

LB’s NOTE: Aha! Found it my very self. This is a strip called Betty, by Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen, and I just subscribed to it via GoComics.

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LB: ‘The Silver Surfer Animated Series Was A Psychedelic Trip Through The Cosmos’

by Larry Brody

Time for another oh-so-personal admission. Hard-boiled pro that I may be, I love it when critics, viewers, readers, or even neighbors say nice things about me and/or my work.

Which means I really love the following article from gamerant.com.

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LB: Happy 90th Birthday, Dick Tracy!

by Larry Brody

Not about TV writing per se, but so what? Dick Tracy is one of my favorite comic strips. I’ve read it for over 70 of its 90 years, including a couple of years before I could actually read.

I don’t think it was Tracy or the violence of the strip that caught my toddler interest but the bizarre look of the members of the Rogues Gallery. I mean, who can resist this guy, for crying out loud?

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