The Radio Dan Show: December 7th, 2018

Golden Globes nonsense, Kevin Hart problems, Best of 2018 lists, Dumb comments from Netflix, MoviePass has new prices (again), Mary Queen of Scots, Vox Lux, Dumplin’, Ben is Back, Back Roads, Divide and Conquer.

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The Radio Dan Show: Nov. 30th, 2018

Dan talks I Love Lucy and Batgirl with (Sir) Darryl Roberts, RIP Stephen Hillenburg, The Most Influential Movies of All Time List.

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The Industry: The Ballad of Coy and Vance

The Dukes of Hazzard was a top ten show heading into its fifth season. That’s when a report came out revealing just how much the show had earned in merchandising. And that’s when the stars of that show realized how much they weren’t getting. In this episode of The Industry we take a look at the contract dispute that led to two replacements joining a top ten show and how that show would never be in the top ten again. Byron Cherry (Coy Duke) helps tell the story of Coy and Vance.


Show Notes

People Magazine, August 9, 1982 – 

The Dukes of Hazard: The Unofficial Companion –

8. Staring at the Sunn

Check out the latest from our show The Industry.

The Industry

Aliens, mountain men, and Jesus were the stars of the day for Sunn Classic Pictures. Throughout the 1970s, Sunn Classic proved to be a highly successful independent movie studio, cranking out pseudo-documentaries and G rated nature themed movies like it was going out of style. They used unique methods to get their ideas and to get their movies out to the public. The Industry takes a look at the history of the company that specialized in inventing history.

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Show Notes


The Washington Post: A G Rated Success Story

Here Comes The Sunn – Rob Nelson: 

Sunn Classic Pictures: how Hollywood introduced America to fake history.

Second Decade Off Topic: The Sunn Also Rises.

Mormons, Aliens, and Dan Haggerty: The (Mostly) True Story of Sunn Classic Pictures


Home Base Groove by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (

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