Sunday, May 23, 2010

CRISPIN GLOVER

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The infamous appearance, 7/28/87:
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The quick return:
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Recent thoughts on corporate culture, etc:
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6 comments:

Mr. Black said...

thank you for putting this up. i remember that shit...i am stoked to see his art. how SATIRICAL! EPIC.

R.T. said...

Yeah!

charliep said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMdXi6f5KRg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXpYk7WGN5Y&feature=related

Jamie Watson said...

Yes, thanks for this - I was such a huge fan in the 90s. Remember his sandwich making character in Wild at Heart? And the film Rubin & Ed was thrilling to me at the time. What an interesting person.

Jamie Watson said...

Oh man. I didn't see the post above this - from Rubin & Ed. Crazy and awesome. Thanks!

R.T. said...

I had fun posting this. Stoked it's such a pleaser!
Somehow I haven't seen Wild at Heart in it's entirety... I'll have to.

The thing I wonder about Crispin's infamous Letterman visit vs. Rubin & Ed is:

Was Rubin & Ed in production in 1987 but just didn't release years later until 1992 for some reason (I can imagine a myriad of distribution/release holdups for a film of this nature), therefore allowing Crispin to be in Rubin character on the Late Night show that far in advance of the movie release?

Or

Did director Trent Harris see Crispin's Letterman appearance and then write the Rubin character around Crispin's act on that show?

Mysteries are good...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=pIdnEPYwUNg&feature=related