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There’s a “metric” out there I wish I knew but can’t seem to find on Google, perhaps because television production companies keep it a secret, but I guess I would call it the “delayed admission” revenue arc of a show.
For example, the first season of the Andy Griffith Show, shot in 1960, can be purchased on Amazon as a 4 disc DVD, for $16.99. A show filmed 52 years ago is still being purchased directly by the public. The first season of the comedy “Friends” (1994), can be purchased for $19.19 on DVD or $26.99 via Video on Demand. Continue Reading »
Sometimes the light is just right and you’ve got funny guys like Daved Wilkins and Pat Finnerty around, so you just have them do a quick promo.
Sorry. Apologies. Didn’t mean to hold up the shoot.
You can watch it here.
Well, I have some tough roles to play today — literally. I have to be Silas Rhodes, 18th century justice of the peace, in at least 3 scenes, so I don’t have much time to blog, but I do want you to know you can now watch “Courage” on your computer screen.
Tell your friends that this is how it’s done.
And while you’re here, check out these great blogs about the production.
And here’s a picture of a fat, gray haired farmer outstanding in his field: