Author Archives: Tom Warner

The Stop-Motion Genius of Chuck Vincent

“What the hey???” Discovered by Scott Huffines during his Atomic Books tape-trading days, “No Strings Attached” was easily the strangest stop-motion animation clip we’d ever seen – or aired on Atomic TV (it was originally included as an extra on the “1997 East Coast Video … Continue reading

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“Le Toy Shop”

This mind-blowing stop-motion short is believed to be a late ’70s or early ’80s (?) film by Robert Patten (Chuck Vincent), who is allegedly the same auteur behind the companion piece, “No Strings Attached,” which features several of the same … Continue reading

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Underdog Marches for Martin Luther King, Jr.

Suzanne Muldowney joins the Martin Luther King Day, Jr. Parade “When the Negro was completely an Underdog, he needed white spokesmen. Liberals played their parts in this period exceedingly well…. But now that the Negro has rejected his role as … Continue reading

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Garage Sale Holiday Performance at Atomic Books, 1997

Raucous rock caroling in the den of Literary Finds for Mutated Minds! Garage Sale performed at Atomic Books as part of Atomic TV’s 1997 Holiday Special: The “Holiday at Ground Zero” Episode. The festivities took place at Atomic Books’ old … Continue reading

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Hampden Christmas Parade 2006

The Spirit of Christmas Past Sunday, Dec. 3, 2006 It’s that time again…time for the Mayor’s Annual Christmas Parade in Hampden and once again the true reason for the holiday season is to see Suzanne Muldowney (pictured left, next to … Continue reading

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