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Anyone know where to get a black and white birthday cake and a stripper dressed as Ayn Rand to jump out of it?
Why don’t you get somebody’s grandma instead?
Of course the real Rand probably would have found many of Ditko’s protagonists too “altruistic”.
Is this program available on DVD?
Happy Birthday Steve! Thanks for the many years of enjoyment!
Thanks for posting. Here’s Alan Moore doing his Ditko tribute: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD7EKZ32ODQ
Thanks for posting–Happy Birthday Ditko!
still a fun ‘documentary’ even if he doesn’t actually get to interview the man on film! ;)
Hats off to the BBC, Jonathan Ross, et. al for the lovely and well-produced Ditko tribute. However, if one has seen the piece in its entirety one will have witnessed towards its conclusion an ugly attempt by Ross and Mr. Neil Gaiman to conduct a guerilla, Michael Moore-esque raid of Ditko’s NYC office to film him on camera. Denied of course.
I’m sure neither Ross nor Gaiman would appreciate such treatment from one of their fans. In fact, I’m sure they’d have the cops on such a fan’s ass in a heartbeat.
Factoid: Paul Gambaccini is a well-known broadcaster in the UK…but his greatest achievement is coining the term “Brand Eccch” (in one of his many fan letters to Marvel in the early 1960s).
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