Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Dr. Gene Scott: God's Angry Man


Dr. Gene Scott and his University Network. Fun to watch, this guy was a real character. Mostly saw little bits of his shows, which ran 24 hours a day, in the 1980s (along with anybody else who wanted to watch); and in 1992 saw Werner Herzog's interesting little documentary about him, God's Angry Man (1980) at the Temple University's Cinematheque, which was a fantastic setting for checking out dozens of independent and international films, and was then located at Temple's Center City Campus in Philadelphia on Market Street.

For now, there's a website devoted to Gene Scott, and in the lower right corner of the main part, you can watch God's Angry Man, all 43 minutes of it (as of this posting):

http://www.godsangryman.com/

Today's Rune: Separation (Reversed).

5 comments:

the walking man said...

I went, I looked, I read, I pass.

Charles Gramlich said...

Hum, I'll check it out.

Erik Donald France said...

If you go to the five minute mark, you hear Herzog interviewing Scott in a car; at the six minute mark, you hear Scott's parents talk.

jodi said...

Erik, I dunno about this one....

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