Episode 214: Baby, Baby, Baby

Special Guests: Ian Jones, David Mooney, Skip, Todaler, and Chrissy
Guest Co-Host: Fräulein von B

On this special episode we're looking at three films -- Bad Boy Bubby, The Baby, and La Videa Lactee -- in which grown men either get treated like or actively choose to live like babies.

Special guests include the cinematographer of Bad Boy Bubby, Ian Jones, the titular character of The Baby, David Mooney (AKA David Manzy), and a trio of Adult Babies: Skip, Todaler, and Chrissy, who share their personal experiences and thoughts on being AB/DLs.

Links:
Buy Bad Boy Bubby on Blu-Ray
Buy The Baby on Blu-Ray
Read the Shock Cinema magazine review of The Milky Life
Visit the official Ian Jones page
Visit the official Snuggies Diapers website
Watch Grow Up Already
Learn more about the 15-Stone Babies
Learn more about Adult Preschool
Read Maitland McDonagh's piece on The Baby in Film Comment
Learn more about The Diabolique Ball
Visit the Shock! Chamber website
Visit The Aviary website

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Music:
"Mother" - Rockabye Baby!
"Baby" - Justin Bieber
"Young at Heart" - Jimmy Durante
"Sweet Child O'Mine" - Rockabye Baby!
"Forever Young" - Alphaville

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5 comments:

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  2. There's a very amusing thread on IMDB comprised of people who unexpectedly discovered THE BABY watching late night TCM & were mostly taken aback: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0069754/board/nest/216778702

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  3. Believe it or not, "The Milky Life" got reviewed in Variety. The review notes that the film is "in English," so there must be at least one English print out there. http://variety.com/1993/film/reviews/la-vida-lactea-the-milky-life-1200431422/

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  4. Abe Polsky also had something to do with a movie called The Night God Screamed (1971) that you would LOVE !

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  5. I asked one of the authors of an upcoming biography on Mickey Rooney about the Milky Life last night. He said he'd never heard of it. I'm not sure if he's going to bother looking it up or not.

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