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Loose Leaf Celluloid: Trimmings Off The Cutting Room Floor

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A bite-sized film (and entertainment) history podcast, released in quick, digestible chunks!

Got corrections? Want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com
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This week on Loose Leaf Celluloid, we conclude our dive into Santo Rigatuso and Santo Gold's Blood Circus! The voice of Santo Rigatuso was by Hunter from Murder and Such (@murderandsuch). The voice of the AGFA was Ryan from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Courtesy of Rumor Flies, visit covidvaxinfo.com to learn about the recent COVID-19 vaccines, which you must be willing to get in order to listen to my podcast sorry I don't make the rules ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Follow Loose Leaf Celluloid @loosecellpod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to looseleafcelluloid@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit looseleafcelluloid.tummblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Main source for the season was "Fool’s Gold – Santo Rigatuso: The Man with the Four-Way Lips" by Michael Anft for The Baltimore City Paper (February 16, 1990). Republished by Baltimore Or Less. Due to sheer length, a full list of sources for the season can be found here: https://looseleafcelluloid.tumblr.com/blood-circus-sources
Season finale, next week. 🗣: Hunter (@huntor27) from Murder and Such (@murderandsuch)
This week on Off The Cutting Room Floor, we take a look at the limited, regional release of Santo Gold's Blood Circus! The voice of Lou Cedrone was director Adam Murray (@Atom_Murray). The voice of Bob Harris was by Hunter (@huntor27) from Murder and Such (@murderandsuch). The voice of David B. Irwin was Maxwell from Relic: The Lost Treasure Podcast (@LostTreasurePod). Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Courtesy of Rumor Flies, visit covidvaxinfo.com to learn about the recent COVID-19 vaccines, which you must be willing to get in order to listen to my podcast sorry I don't make the rules ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Main source for the season was "Fool’s Gold – Santo Rigatuso: The Man with the Four-Way Lips" by Michael Anft for The Baltimore City Paper (February 16, 1990). Republished by Baltimore Or Less. Due to sheer length, a full list of sources for the season can be found here: https://looseleafcelluloid.tumblr.com/blood-circus-sources
This week on Off The Cutting Room Floor, we take a look at the filming of Santo Gold's Blood Circus! The voice of Bob Harris was by Hunter from Murder and Such (@murderandsuch). The voice of Tim Mosher was Ryan from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). The voice of John A. Corso was Greg (@3tiltdat), producer of many podcasts and founder of InDepth Media (@inDEPTHmedia). Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Courtesy of Rumor Flies, visit covidvaxinfo.com to learn about the recent COVID-19 vaccines, which you must be willing to get in order to listen to my podcast sorry I don't make the rules ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Main source for the season was "Fool’s Gold – Santo Rigatuso: The Man with the Four-Way Lips" by Michael Anft for The Baltimore City Paper (February 16, 1990). Republished by Baltimore Or Less. Due to sheer length, a full list of sources for the season can be found here: https://looseleafcelluloid.tumblr.com/blood-circus-sources
This week on Off The Cutting Room Floor, we take a look at the early life of Santo Victor Rigatuso and the formation of Santo Gold. The voice of Bob Harris was by Hunter (@huntor27) from Murder and Such (@murderandsuch). The voice of Joe Czernikowski was Josh from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). The voice of David B. Irwin was Maxwell from Relic: The Lost Treasure Podcast (@LostTreasurePod). Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Courtesy of Rumor Flies, visit covidvaxinfo.com to learn about the recent COVID-19 vaccines, which you must be willing to get in order to listen to my podcast sorry I don't make the rules ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Main source for the season was "Fool’s Gold – Santo Rigatuso: The Man with the Four-Way Lips" by Michael Anft for The Baltimore City Paper (February 16, 1990). Republished by Baltimore Or Less. Due to sheer length, a full list of sources for the season can be found here: https://looseleafcelluloid.tumblr.com/blood-circus-sources
Off The Cutting Room Floor makes its return on January 15, 2021 to bring you the insane tale of Santo Gold and his sole feature-length film, Blood Circus!
Update on January 1

Update on January 1

2020-12-2600:07

Season two announcement on January 1st. 
Season Two. Featuring Josh from Rumor Flies. Coming soon. Follow Rumor Flies on Twitter @RumorFlies. Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/
Teaser | Season Two

Teaser | Season Two

2020-06-0700:18

Season Two. Featuring Hunter from Murder and Such. Coming soon(ish). Follow Murder and Such on Twitter @MurderandSuch. Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/
204 - Too Many Ideas

204 - Too Many Ideas

2021-02-1214:11

This week on Off The Cutting Room Floor, we take a look at the downfall of Santo Gold's Blood Circus! The voice of Bob Harris was by Hunter (@huntor27) from Murder and Such (@murderandsuch). The voice of Joe Czernikowski was Josh from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). The voice of David B. Irwin was Maxwell from Relic: The Lost Treasure Podcast (@LostTreasurePod). The voice of Doug Turner was Robin (@robin_warder) from The Trail Went Cold. Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Courtesy of Rumor Flies, visit covidvaxinfo.com to learn about the recent COVID-19 vaccines, which you must be willing to get in order to listen to my podcast sorry I don't make the rules ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Main source for the season was "Fool’s Gold – Santo Rigatuso: The Man with the Four-Way Lips" by Michael Anft for The Baltimore City Paper (February 16, 1990). Republished by Baltimore Or Less. Due to sheer length, a full list of sources for the season can be found here: https://looseleafcelluloid.tumblr.com/blood-circus-sources
"Making a film out of a musical is an exercise in stupid." SOURCES: Near complete transcript of Howard's April 28, 1987 lecture The Oxford Handbook of Musical Theatre Screen Adaptations, chapter 9, “Little Shop of Horrors: Breaking the Rules All the Way to the Big (Enormous, Twelve-inch) Screen” by Jonas Westover
In the final part of our season finale, we continue our examination of Little Shop of Horrors'  original cut and ask, how definitive is The Director's Cut? The voice of Howard Ashman was Davis from Jacks of Trades (@JacksTradesPod). The voice of Frank Oz was Greg (@3tiltdat) from InDepth Media (@inDEPTHmedia and Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). The voice of Alan Menken was Robin (@robin_warder) from The Trail Went Cold. The voice of Seymour was Ryan from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). The voice of Audrey was Samantha from Perhaps It's You (@PerhapsItsYou). Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Howard Ashman papers, Library of Congress (Full list of sources coming soon!)
This week, in the first part of our season finale, we begin our examination of Little Shop of Horrors'  original cut and the transition to a more happy ending. The voice of Howard Ashman was Davis from Jacks of Trades (@JacksTradesPod). The voice of Frank Oz was Greg (@3tiltdat) from InDepth Media (@inDEPTHmedia) and Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). The voice of Alan Menken was Robin (@robin_warder) from The Trail Went Cold. The voice of David Geffen was Rob (@YerUFOGuy) from Our Strange Skies (@OurStrangeSkies) and The Coda: A Music Podcast (@thecodapodcast). The prologue variations were read by Garrett (@TygerbugGarrett), founder of Orange Cow Productions. Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Howard Ashman papers, Library of Congress Due to character limitations, a full list of other sources can be found here.
See you next week. 😉 The voice of The Director is Greg from InDepth Media.
With apologies to Logan, this week on Off The Cutting Room Floor, we're taking a look at Little Shop's original finale. Or, wait, was it an opening? The voice of Howard Ashman was by Davis from Jacks of Trades (@JacksTradesPod). The voice of Logan was Maxwell from Relic: The Lost Treasure Podcast (@LostTreasurePod). The Twilight Zone note was read by Garrett, founder of Orange Cow Productions. Special thanks to Josh from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Screenshot of "It's definitely an early opening..." comment "Again, my source is Howard Ashman's papers" comment Howard Ashman audio cassette collection, Library of Congress Howard Ashman papers, Library of Congress
This week on Off The Cutting Room Floor, we're taking it easy and answering the question... "Alaska?" The voice of Howard Ashman was by Davis from Jacks of Trades (@JacksTradesPod). The voice of Seymour was Ryan from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). The voice of Mrs. Luce, Patrick Martin, and Dean Pitchfork of Way Northern University was Josh, also from Rumor Flies. The voice of Audrey was Samantha from Perhaps It's You (@PerhapsItsYou). Special thanks to Liz, also from Perhaps It's You. Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Howard Ashman papers, Library of Congress
This week on Off The Cutting Room Floor, we're taking a look at the one moment when the film reflected the musical score. The voice of Howard Ashman was by Davis from Jacks of Trades (@JacksTradesPod). The voice of Seymour was Ryan from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). The voice of Audrey II was Josh, also from Rumor Flies. Special thanks to Greg from InDepth Media. Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: Howard Ashman papers, Library of Congress
This week on Off The Cutting Room Floor, we're taking a look at the one decision I think Howard Ashman got completely wrong. The voice of Seymour was Ryan from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). The voice of Audrey was Samantha from Perhaps It's You (@PerhapsItsYou). The voice of Alan Menken was Robin (@robin_warder) from The Trail Went Cold.  The voice of Howard Ashman was by Davis from Jacks of Trades (@JacksTradesPod). Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: MusicalTalk Podcast. Episode #313, "Touring Phantoms and Singing Plants (Feat. Alan Menken)" "Alan Menken, Part 2." Theater Talk. May 20, 2011. "Michael Mayer, Alan Menken, & Little Shop NYC team in conversation!" BroadwayGirlNYC Alan Menken: Interview Part 5. Broadwayshowbiz.com Radio interview with WBAI, c.1982, Howard Ashman archive, audio cassette collection, Library of Congress Howard Ashman papers, Library of Congress
Davis from the Jacks of Trades podcast recorded a summary of Little Shop of Horror's ending, adapted from the preliminary outline for the film, for episode #105. It was then shortened in post. Here is that full summary. Enjoy. 😊
This week on Off The Cutting Room Floor, we're taking a look at the Little Shop of Horrors ending that never was. It's uh, totally light-hearted. I promise. 😈 The voice of Howard Ashman was provided by Davis from Jacks of Trades (@JacksTradesPod). The voice of Seymour was Ryan from Rumor Flies (@RumorFlies). Theme music is the track "always slept so soundly" by serisu, off the EP domestications. Follow Off The Cutting Room Floor @OTCRoomPod everywhere, and support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/josshoskie Got corrections? Suggestions? Just want to get in touch? Tweet me @josshoskie or send an email to cuttingroompod@gmail.com. To view transcripts, and corrections, visit cuttingroompod.tumblr.com Cassette sound effect (which has been extended) is by Bertrof on freesound.org. https://freesound.org/people/Bertrof/sounds/351567/ SOURCES: “Something About Which To Be Grateful: The MGM ‘Wizard Of Oz’ Plotline We Never Got To See!” John Fricke. The All Things Oz Blog. Sep 30, 2019 “Here Are The Major Differences Between The Original Script Of ‘It’ And The Version You Saw.” Louis Peitzman. BuzzFeed News. Sep 16, 2017. Little Shop of Horrors. Licensed libretto, acting edition. Howard Ashman. 1985. Little shop of horrors, BMI session, Howard Ashman archive, audio cassette collection, Library of Congress Howard Ashman papers, Library of Congress
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