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Sep302010

Lost Del Close Interview From the 80's Found

Via Justin Purnell:

Check out this interview with Del, actually shot by Brian Stack in 1986 for a local Chicago public access channel. So sayeth Stack:
I'm proud to say I shot this 'interview' the summer I first started taking improv classes at IO back in ‘86. I was an intern at a local public access cable company that summer. Due to my technical incompetence, I had the camera set on 'monitor' so it came out in B&W. I also cringe when I hear my dorky voice-over. I’m glad people enjoy seeing it anyway, and I’ll always be grateful to Del for doing it.

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cross currents! what the fuck? i love it. whatever happened to cross currents? thanks for posting this.

October 1, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterkara

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