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Michael Bauser
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I'm the nicest guy you'll ever hate.
I'm the nicest guy you'll ever hate.

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It's "White > Red > Yellow," in case you were wondering.
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Well, at least the giraffe was able to get a new job after +Toys"R"Us closed.
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Wikipedia says this was the first Italian science fiction film, but you probably can't tell that from watching it, because the lead actor is a Swiss man playing American.

Like a lot of films made before humans actually reached orbit, "The Day The Sky Exploded" spends way too long showing us the preparation for its big rocket launch scene (and dwelling on the on the astronaut's after he returns to earth) that the sky doesn't actually explode until the movie is half over. After that, it turns into an early, but predictable, "end of the world" science fiction film, with unrealistic natural disasters, panicked mobs, and the scientists rallying to save the day with lame special effects.
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A slow-moving example of the 1960s "monster beach party" genre, "The Beach Girls and The Monster" has barely enough beach girls to justify the title, and definitely not enough monster.

There are multiple copies of this public-domain film on +YouTube, but i was feeling nostalgic about the days when every city had its own B-movie host, so here's a version hosted by +Retro-a-go-go! spokesmodel Ghouleena.
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This article doesn't even mention +Google+. Ouch!
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Well, I guess I'm finally an anthropologist, then.
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I'm feeling a little bipartisan tonight
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Michael Bauser is now a
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My first encounter with Bill's work was a Journey/Normalman crossover back in the 80s, but I also read a lot of his Flash and Wonder Woman issues in the 90s. I even got his autograph at a local comic convention about 10 years back.
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