E29 – The First Improv Punch Up! (Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat, The Wolf Man, King Kong)

Welcome to The First Improv Punch Up!

Hello there, young whippersnappers! It’s the very first Improv Punch Up Radio Program! Coming live over the airways, your hosts Randydoodle Cserepy, Hezekiah MacDonald and Tuong La, use there improvisation skills to weave tales that cover The Arrival of a Train (with snakes!), The Wolfman struggling with a deep drug addiction, and we take King Kong to a new dimension….SPACE! So huddle up round the ol’ talkin machine and light a fresh candle, The Improv Punch Up is coming to you LIVE!

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Below are the video clips we used in the show (these clips are not our own and were used for creative purposes) All the Rights in This Content Belong to Their Respective Owner/s.


Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat (The Lumière Brothers, 1895)

Source: raphaeldpm


Directed by: Auguste Lumiere & Louis Lumiere
Produced by: Auguste Lumiere & Louis Lumiere
Production Company: Societe Lumiere
Distributed by: Societe Lumiere

The Wolf Man – the hunt is on scene

Source: Movieclips


Directed by: George Waggner
Written by: Curt Siodmak
Produced by: Georgre Waggner
Starring: Lon Chaney Jr., Claude Rains, Warren Williams, Ralph Bellamy, Patric Knowles & Bela Lugosi
Distributed by: Universal Pictures

King Kong (1933) – Rampage Ravine Scene

Source: Movieclips


Directed by: Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack
Written by: James Creelman, Ruth Rose, Edgar Wallace & Merian C. Cooper
Produced by: Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack
Starring: Fay Wray, Robert armstrong & Bruce Cabot
Production Company: Radio Pictureså
Distributed by: Radio Pictures


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