1. A Passage For Trumpet

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    from Nathan J. Morse / Added

    303 Plays / / 2 Comments

    Based on the Twilight Zone episode "A Passage For Trumpet." Directed and edited by Nathan J. Morse.

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    • Gen X Twilight Zone episode

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      from Chris Gomersall / Added

      I made this for kicks with my son, Zane.

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      • Michael Serling

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        from Scott Westerman / Added

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        A brief video profile of Mr. Michael Serling, MSU graduate and winner of the Philanthropist Award at the 2010 Grand Alumni Awards. Produced by David "Sparty" Brown for the MSU Alumni Association.

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        • Of Dreams and Glory

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          from Justin Sammarco / Added

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          Synopsis: Meet Homer J. Doyle, a pathetic old man whose meaningless life has slipped away. He's the night clerk, at a hotel for women, from days gone by. 'Of Dreams and Glory' is suspense, thriller that will make you say ”be careful what you wish for.” The Shoot (From OD&G Producer Justin Sammarco) Upon receiving an email entitled "Lets Shoot it in Buffalo", it was a few days before Thanksgiving (2007) when we decided to shoot "Of Dreams and Glory". With a deadline fast approaching, we had only a script in hand, no location, no actors, and no crew. We set out on foot each morning 2-3 times a week in the blistering Buffalo cold to find each piece to our puzzle. We knew that we had to lock in our location, and we knew that wasn't going to be easy. We needed a location that had all three of the following elements: front desk, elevators adjacent to the desk and an old fashioned elevator indicator. Each of the 35+ buildings we looked at had only 1 of the 3. We looked high and low, we contacted and exhausted all of our resources in the scouting department. Time was closing in on us and we had, at this time, 2 "doable" locations. The holidays came and went and we were still without a location. Auditions were set for the following week. Joe had an actor in mind in which he worked with on another shoot. Knowing we couldn't get him he described his look and ability and we set out to find our Edward Lambert. Putting out calls, notices and phoning in more favors, we get all of 8 people to show up. One by they came and went. Getting frustrated, our last actor arrived just before we were due out of the building. In walks Edward Lambert; James Heffron the very actor in which Joe worked with previously, the very actor Joe wanted from day 1, walked through the door and blew our socks off! We had found Edward Lambert! 1 piece of the puzzle and many more to go. Setting back out to the streets looking at building after building, exhausting hour after hour we still never found the right place. I called a few management groups that managed a few buildings in the area, describing what we needed and what we already saw. The list they gave we already had scouted, no good. The final two buildings they listed; Bryant and The Mayflower which happened to be right down the street from one another. Bryant, too 'classy', no desk but yet the elevator and indicator we needed. A possibility! The Mayflower: not expecting much we strolled over to check it out. Upon walking in, we both knew it was the right place. Upon walking in you felt as if you walked back into the mid-50's. From the decor, to the fine marble floors, this was our place! We discussed the shoot with the management, the owner came out and gave his blessing!!! 2 pieces of the puzzle, time running short. I placed a call to an old friend and mentioned "Of Dreams and Glory" and just happened to slip that we were still in search of another actor. She just so happened to know someone that might fit the bill. Gerry Maher she says. "Who?" "Oh he's perfect for the character you're describing, and just so happens to be performing in "12 Angry Men". I made a phone call to Gerry, introduced myself and he politely invited Joe and I out to see his opening performance of "12 Angry Men". We didn't need much convincing, we had found our Homer J. Doyle!!!! Gerry was a delight, extremely talented and very humble. Gerry is what most actors strive to be, professional, on mark, prepared and most of all a pleasure to work with. Our 4th and final actor was in place, we had our location, now we had to finalize our crew!! We locked in our shooting date for January 20th, with a call at 8am. We arrived on location, and started to build...the rest is what you see today on the screen. My hats off to the vibrant work ethic of Joe Buscaglia, and how diligent he worked to get this made! 16 pages is unheard of for one night!!! Each one of the crew was a pleasure to work with, without any ONE of them this wouldn't have gotten made! Evan came through and found a replacement HiDef camera and we both can't say enough for Jack Cummings; a real professional that was always a step ahead and a brilliant troubleshooter! Thanks to everyone that devoted their time and energy for the greater good of the craft, for believing in Joe and I and helping to make the best possible picture we can!!!! Thank you!!!

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          • Postpak - An Introduction

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            from The Jimmy & Luke Show / Added

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            A brief introduction of Postpak, a mysterious being visiting the Earth seeking knowledge. Postpak's adventures can be found on YouTube on the channel: JimmyandLukeWebley Plus many more funny clips from The Jimmy & Luke Show.

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            • Rod Serling Archives at Ithaca College Library

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              from Ithaca College Library / Added

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              • The Canterbury Hour

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                from Timmy Milner / Added

                139 Plays / / 0 Comments

                A classic tale retold. "The Pardoner's Tale"

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                • The National Racing Report - Feb. 24, 2011

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                  from NYRA / Added

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                  The Risen Star The Southwest The San Vicente Bind’s maiden win at Fair Grounds Plus stakes from around the country including The Busher, The Rare Treat, The Barbara Fritchie, The Sabin, The Very One, The Mac Diarmida, and The San Carlos. Also a look at upcoming plans for Uncle Mo and To Honor and Serve.

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                  • The National Racing Report - November 17, 2012

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                    Discovery H. - Aqueduct If Winter Comes S. - Aqueduct Commonwealth Turf S. - Churchill Downs Delta Downs Princess S. - Delta Downs

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                    • Twilight Pact

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                      from Matt Clark / Added

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                      twilight zone stuff

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