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If you haven't yet seen Bruce Campbell's Old Spice commericals, you have to give them a sample. They are a hoot! ;\-\)

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> If you haven't yet seen Bruce Campbell's Old Spice commericals, you have to give them a sample. They are a hoot! ;\-\)
>
Yeah. I saw one when I wasn't paying any real attention, and went—wait a second, wasn't
that Bruce Campbell? Now I keep an eye out for them.


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> If you haven't yet seen Bruce Campbell's Old Spice commericals, you have to give them a sample. They are a hoot! ;\-\)

It might be a little strange looking back at it, but I often pick a "favorite commercial" for a particular season (usually until another one comes along and adds itself to the list) and make sure to point it out to close family and friends should it come on. Usually it's met with agreement.

Anyhow, these Bruce Campbell Old Spice commercials are among them (it's also one of the brands I already use regularly). Anyone notice the chainsaw resting near the fireplace? Campbell is awesome.



(he probably had the best role in Spider-Man 3, incidentally).


"Go Get 'Em Cap!"



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> > If you haven't yet seen Bruce Campbell's Old Spice commericals, you have to give them a sample. They are a hoot! ;\-\)
>
> It might be a little strange looking back at it, but I often pick a "favorite commercial" for a particular season (usually until another one comes along and adds itself to the list) and make sure to point it out to close family and friends should it come on. Usually it's met with agreement.

Not strange at all, sometimes, commercials are much funnier than the actual TV shows.
I have many favorite commercials too, from different eras.


> Anyhow, these Bruce Campbell Old Spice commercials are among them (it's also one of the brands I already use regularly). Anyone notice the chainsaw resting near the fireplace? Campbell is awesome.


Yes! It's so cool!


> (he probably had the best role in Spider-Man 3, incidentally).


He sure did! Hail to the King, baby! Watching him was the best from that movie, honestly!



>

> "Go Get 'Em Cap!"

"Ladies and gentlemen! You've read about it in the newspapers! Now, shudder as you observe, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! I give you... the average man!"
(by Joker, from The Killing Joke).



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Have a look at the new comics he's in at
http://www.darkhorse.com/profile/profile.php?sku=15-046
and
http://www.darkhorse.com/profile/profile.php?sku=10-948

FYI, the former is connected to his new movie MY NAME IS BRUCE. Info & a photo at http://www.bruce-campbell.com and a video interview at
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yawMW6Txa1k

scott tilson
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Sequential Art column http://www.sfsite.com/scott01.htm
JONAH HEX #1 & #2 previews, read:
http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Jonah/Jonah01Pre.htm
http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Jonah/preview_2.htm


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Fantastic! Those look very sweet indeed. \:\-\)

I was watching Darkman yesterday on a new DVD version and I did not realize that it's Bruce Campbell billed as the "Final Shemp" who offers us the final look at Darkman (in disguise of course) at the movie's conclusion. I'd never made the connection before.

Doh! *rhe*

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> Have a look at the new comics he's in at
> http://www.darkhorse.com/profile/profile.php?sku=15-046
> and
> http://www.darkhorse.com/profile/profile.php?sku=10-948
>
> FYI, the former is connected to his new movie MY NAME IS BRUCE. Info & a photo at http://www.bruce-campbell.com and a video interview at
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yawMW6Txa1k
>
> scott tilson
> -------------
> Sequential Art column http://www.sfsite.com/scott01.htm
> JONAH HEX #1 & #2 previews, read:
> http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Jonah/Jonah01Pre.htm
> http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Jonah/preview_2.htm


Wasn't aware of those! Nice to find out! Thanks again!


"Ladies and gentlemen! You've read about it in the newspapers! Now, shudder as you observe, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! I give you... the average man!"
(by Joker, from The Killing Joke).


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Scott




> > If you haven't yet seen Bruce Campbell's Old Spice commericals, you have to give them a sample. They are a hoot! ;\-\)

I love that lounge version of Duran Duran's "Hungry Like The Wolf".

> It might be a little strange looking back at it, but I often pick a "favorite commercial" for a particular season (usually until another one comes along and adds itself to the list) and make sure to point it out to close family and friends should it come on.

I'm really into that FedEx commercial with Scott who has nothing to do at work so now he shouts out "Busy as bee! Can't talk now! I'm in the zone!"

> (he probably had the best role in Spider-Man 3, incidentally).

What was his part? I must have missed it.

Scott


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> > (he probably had the best role in Spider-Man 3, incidentally).
>
> What was his part? I must have missed it.
In #3, he was the waiter working with Pete, who hopes to propose to MJ.
In #2, he's the usher at MJ's play.
In #1, he's the ring announcer at the wrestling match.


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as himself (I recall), where Marc Hammil approaches him to star in a movie.


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> > > (he probably had the best role in Spider-Man 3, incidentally).

> > What was his part? I must have missed it.

> In #3, he was the waiter working with Pete, who hopes to propose to MJ.

Now that you have reminded me, I do remember him. He pretty much stole the scene. Funny stuff.

> In #2, he's the usher at MJ's play.
> In #1, he's the ring announcer at the wrestling match.

I didn't know about those.

Scott


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> > > > (he probably had the best role in Spider-Man 3, incidentally).
>
> > > What was his part? I must have missed it.
>
> > In #3, he was the waiter working with Pete, who hopes to propose to MJ.
>
> Now that you have reminded me, I do remember him. He pretty much stole the scene. Funny stuff.
>
> > In #2, he's the usher at MJ's play.
> > In #1, he's the ring announcer at the wrestling match.
>
> I didn't know about those.

Like I do for Stan Lee in the various Marvel movies, I keep an eye out for Bruce Campbell in
anything that Sam Rami does.


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...practically anything that one does, the other would probably have a part in it.



"Ladies and gentlemen! You've read about it in the newspapers! Now, shudder as you observe, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! I give you... the average man!"
(by Joker, from The Killing Joke).


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> Fantastic! Those look very sweet indeed. \:\-\)
>
> I was watching Darkman yesterday on a new DVD version and I did not realize that it's Bruce Campbell billed as the "Final Shemp" who offers us the final look at Darkman (in disguise of course) at the movie's conclusion. I'd never made the connection before.


...it's been said that in a scene where Darkman is running, and he shouts "Juliiiiieeeee!", it's actually Bruce Campbell's voice, instead of Liam Neeson.



"Ladies and gentlemen! You've read about it in the newspapers! Now, shudder as you observe, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! I give you... the average man!"
(by Joker, from The Killing Joke).


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