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Kibbe’s Annual Autocross Pilgrimage!
COVID-19 or not, the 2020 Good Guys Heartland Nationals event actually did happen….and it was awesome! I’ve heard rumors that #KibbeLee was given grief for having the flag on the roof. None of that was true…at least not to my face….but the event was not completely without incident. Overall, a car show was a safe place to enjoy the car. Listen in for details.
tBarry Bostwick takes flight on his wing equipped motorcycle in the utterly awful movie “Megaforce.”
Hal Needham’s “Megaforce”
K&F Show Summary:
This is a “rebroadcast” from Episode 36 of our review of the Hal Needam directed movie Megafoce. Finnegan suggested (more like insisted) that we do it. I (Kibbe) hated it then, and I hate it now.
Anyway, here’s the good news: the movie has lots of crazy vehicles, a few funny lines, and stars Edward Mulhare who would go on to play “Devon Miles” from Knight Rider. Here’s the bad news: there’s really no other good news of note. The movie ends with a flying motorcycle on a green screen, and Barry Bostwick wears a spandex (or lycra?) suit with no regards for underwear. Finnegan gives it 8 lazer-guided corndogs. Kibbe gives is a generous 3. Hijinks Ensue.
Legit Show Info:
Released June 25, 1982
Director: Hal Needham
Writers: Bob Kachler (story) (as Robert S. Kachler), James Whittaker (screenplay)
Stars: Barry Bostwick, Michael Beck, Persis Khambatta
-The character “Dallas” is played by actor Michael Beck. I’ve never heard of him before or since, but he starred with Olivia Newton John in the movie Xanadu..that I have never seen ever.
-The woman Army General is played by Persis Khambatta – who, I think we all recognize – CLEARLY – as the Deltan alien named Ilea that served on the newly commissioned Starship Enterprise in the 1979 movie, Star Trek the Motion Picture. In that movie – she was killed by an alien technology from Space called V-Ger, and the digitized into it’s memory banks, and brought back to the Enterprise as a machine to interact with the crew. Later she merged with the first officer to help V-Ger complete it’s mission of transmit all of it’s data to it’s creator – in this case, mankind, because V-Ger….was actually a 300 year old Space probe sent out by NASA in the 1970’s called Voyager 6. It got trapped in a black hole somewhere, kept collecting data, and became sentient.
-The Englishman General is played by Edward Mulhare, best known to us as Devon Miles, the leader of the Foundation for Law and Government in Knight Rider.
-This is a terrible, horrible, movie. But the more I watched it, the more the humor started to crack me up.
-Toggle switches are used heavily in this movie. Need a light? Toggle switch. Arm a missle? Toggle switch. Etc., etc.
-Dallas – the right hand man – has a confederate flag patch on his arm. The others have a U.S. flag on their arms.
-The airplane they jump out of to do their parachuting ballet is a Douglas DC-3. A taildragger twin radial engine cargo plane that was a workhorse for 50 years, and a lot of places use now with mods to put on turboprops. Great for hauling cargo into the bush.
-The sound effects they use for the C-130 Hercules are for radial engines. They sound cool. Unfortunately, 130’s are turboprops and sound nothing like that.
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