Episode #16 Credits

Created By
John & Janet Pierson

Howard Bernstein
Eureka Pictures

Michael LaHaie

Written, co-produced
and occasionally directed by
John Pierson

Associate Producers
Michael LaHaie
Marina Zenovich

Assistant Editor
Laurie Poitras

Opening theme, "The Bao Tao"
composed by
Tom Pomposello
Art Labriola
Performed by Oil Can
Available on Re-Signed CD
Once Were the Pastures of Plenty

Split Screen On the Road
Camera P.H. O'Brien
Driver/Stills Amy Elliot

Orson Welles, Not Taco Bells
Directed by The students of the Department of Radio-TV-Film at the University of Texas at Austin
Camera Jae Sung Kim
Elisabeth Sikes
Rebecca Ratner
Helen Lee
Nancy Scheisari
Heather Courtney
Jenny Klauke
Editors Kyle Henry
Spencer Parsons
Film Installation Luke Savisky
Isaac Mathes
Bill Daniel
Archival Footage Courtesy Luke Savisky
Special Thanks All the members of the University Film Society

Sock it to THE MAN!
Andy Smith andy.smith@mail.union.utexas.edu
Drt, Jim Vick jvick@mail.utexas.edu

Gimme Some Larry
Director/Editor Elisabeth Sikes
Camera Deborah Lewis
Post-Production Supervisor Matt Johnson

Original music by Merchants of Venus
"Skuter Tango" (P. Hoyle)
Courtesy MOV Productions

"Reservoir Dogs"
Courtesy Dog Eat Dog Productions & Live Home Video

Courtesy Monogram Pictures Corporation
Lorimar Distribution Intervational
CBS Fox Video

"The Devil Thumbs A Ride"
"Born To Kill"
Courtesy Turner Home Entertainment

Sweet Sweetroll's BaadAssss Spin
Director/Camera Bob Ray
Cast J.D. Clark
Jim Isaacs
Randy Randall
Nicole Wegner
Ted Jarrell
Music Kurtis D. Machler, G.E.D.
Keith Bradley

Director George Ratliff
Camera Judd Metni
Sound Mike Swanner

On-line Editor
Edith Newman

Post-Production Facilities
Isis Films, NYC

Executive Producer
Janet Pierson

Special thanks to Jonathan Sehring
and Caroline Kaplan at IFC
for making it all possible

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