[joe-frank-list] After Hours

Beau Gunderson beau at nwcr.net
Sun Jul 24 13:17:03 PDT 2005

I looked around FindLaw and some California and New York law sites and
couldn't find the lawsuit anywhere.

If you google for '"joe frank" "joseph minion"' you get no results, which is
kind of weird.

'"Joe Frank" "after dark"' gives some results but none of them are relevant
to this Joe Frank or this After Hours.

I am more and more curious.


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Any idea what fills the extra 30 minutes on the two hour program?  I've
never heard mention of it before.  The 90 minute version has the story in

I'm also surprised to hear Larry was in the that film.  Very strange
According to IMDB, the original script title was "Lies (USA),"  which is
almost too silly to believe.  What sort of lunatic directly copies whole
passages of dialog from a work and then also copies *the title*?  Makes one
wonder if the story in No Show is true or if there isn't something else
going on.  

Joseph Minion has writer credits for six or seven films, and there's at
least one interview floating around.  One can't be sure, but he sounds like
a real person, despite the name.

According to the WFMU FAQ, Larry first appears in Joe's titled programs in
Pilot (1983), although he may have participated in the WBAI stuff before
that. (Anyone know?)  Lies was 1982, No Show 1986.  After Hours was released
in 1985.  What does that tell us?  Not much, really.  I imagine Larry could
clarify if he felt it appropriate to fill us in.


On Sun, Jul 24, 2005 at 11:20:31AM -0400, Bob Lee wrote:
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> There seems to be three versions "somewhere out there  " .
> 1 hour
> 1.5 hour
> 2.0 hour..
> While I find myself interested in this thread and I LOVD the movie After 
> Hours - -saw it way before I ever knew of Joe Frank.... Which is these 
> shows should I listen to has the scoop
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