We want to thank all of our guests who have participated (or will participate) in our podcast where we celebrate and breakdown the films of Gene Wilder, one minute at a time. If you are looking for a particular person who appeared in any of our episodes, just scroll through and see. We have identified the minutes where they appeared and have provided a short bio so you can learn a little more about them.
Season One – Young Frankenstein – March 26, 2018
|6, 7, 10||Matt Gray||Matt is a pre-millennial, private detective and background check specialist at Lighthouse Information Services in Alpharetta, GA. What we gleaned from his minutes is the humor of Young Frankenstein seems to transcend many different generations, to include those born in the 90s.|
|8, 9||Dr. Tim Ryan||Dr. Ryan is a family practitioner who currently runs The Physician’s Practice in NW Georgia and loves what he does. Dr. Ryan attended medical school 30 years ago and only just watched Young Frankenstein as part of this project. Tim was raised by great parents in the wonderful small town of Corning, NY.
Growing up, he always thought being a doctor would be the most rewarding career. In 1995, after finishing his Family Practice Residency, he moved to Cartersville because the Olympics were coming to Atlanta and because he liked the community.
|11, 12, 13, 14, 15||Susan Delmonico||Susan is a personal trainer by day via her own company, SJD Health and Fitness, and a movie aficionado by evening. She has proclaimed a love of Young Frankenstein since the first time she saw it as a child.|
|16, 17, 18, 19, 20||Jonathan Howell||
Jonathan likes to talk about movies, maybe a little too much. He can’t remember how much his mortgage is but he knows what commodity was the plot of Trading Places — Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice! He fell in love with the Movies By Minutes format and decided to join in. Along with his college friend, Chris, they investigate the movie Mission: Impossible (1996) one minute at a time.
This podcast gives Chris and Jonathan an excuse to dig deep into one of the lasting action franchises of the past 20 years. Fantastic guests join them every week as they investigate their favorite spy movie, one minute at a time. (Warning: This podcast is also an excuse for them to do bad impressions.) You can find Jonathan as one of the hosts of Minute: Impossible and he has also been a guest on Galaxy Quest Minute, Cabin in the Woods and upcoming on Titanic Minute, Mad Max, Flash Gordon, Spider-Man 2 Dark Knight and Watchmen Minute.
|21, 22, 23, 24, 25||Adam Boyer||
Born in Boston, Massachusetts Adam Boyer had skates strapped to his feet as soon as he could walk. Playing hockey was his first love. When his family moved down to Atlanta, a devastating thing happened…Winter disappeared, and with it, hockey. The closest thing the South had to offer was soccer. Throwing himself into the sport wholeheartedly, he played in High School, College and Professionally in two different countries. Upon realizing he was NOT going to be the next Lionel Messi he turned to another love.
He started acting at Georgia State University in the late 80’s. In the mid 90’s he came to Warehouse Actor’s Theatre in Atlanta. He became the first student in the school’s history to earn his thesis there. In 1997 he landed his first lead in a feature film playing Burton Bomhoff in The Real Reason. Since then he has been in such films as Solace, ATL, Halloween 2, The Change Up, Looper and Sully. He has also appeared in the television series The Game, One Tree Hill, Necessary Roughness, Homeland, Revolution, Resurrection, Nashville, Sleepy Hollow, Powers, Ozark and of course…The Walking Dead! But he is probably most intimately known for his portrayal of Sergeant First Class Leon Wisniewski or “Ski” on the Lifetime hit series Army Wives.
|26, 27, 28, 29, 30||Sean German||Sean is a host on the Spinal Tap Minute, Groundhog Minute and Five Minutes of Mime and has been a guest on the Indiana Jones Minute and several other movies by minutes podcasts.|
|31, 32, 33, 34, 35||Matt Gray
|Matt is a pre-millennial, private detective and background check specialist at Lighthouse Information Services in Alpharetta, GA. What we gleaned from his minutes is the humor of Young Frankenstein seems to transcend many different generations, to include those born in the 90s.
Ben is the President of Lighthouse Information Services, LLC, a courthouse research company located in Alpharetta Georgia. Ben has previously served as the Chair of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) Provider Committee and on the NAPBS Board of Directors. Ben has a degree in Political Science with a Minor in Biblical Studies from Mars Hill College and attended Norman A Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. His experience specializing in military academy appointments, Social Security issues, and privacy and security legislation while working with former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has been instrumental over the past 20 years of working in the background screening industry. Ben is happily married to his wife of nearly 20 years, and they have two children, a son and daughter.
|36, 37, 38, 39, 40||Paul Sullivan||Paul is the host of Sully Baseball and has been a guest on several of the movies by minutes podcasts, including Indiana Jones, Airport, Rocketeer, Toy Story, Aliens, Dark Knight, Star Trek 3 and Rocky minutes.|
|41, 42, 43, 44, 45||B.K. on the Air (Barry King) along with Commander Clark (Mike Clark)||Members of the weekly radio show, B.K. on the Air on AM 1450 and FM 100.3 WBHF, online using the TuneIn Radio app and rebroadcast on Soundcloud.|
|46, 47, 48, 49, 50||Tom Taylor||Tom Taylor is busier than he ever intended to be as co–host of The Indiana Jones Minute, Caddyshack Minute now called The Movie Hole, and ABCDEVO podcasts. If that weren’t enough, he has also written a young (not-Frankenstein) adult novel, In Memory of Todd Woods.|
|51, 52, 53, 54, 55||Rick Ingham and Julia Ingham||Rick and Julia Ingham are a New Hampshire based husband-and-wife podcasting team who began the Mad Max Minute podcast in January 2017. Since that time, they have released over 200 episodes of content covering the main Mad Max series as well as other related movies through their hiatus content.
Aside from hosting their own podcast, both Rick and Julia enjoy listening to podcasts, watching movies, and spending time playing games with friends. Rick has been a guest on dozens of other movies by minutes podcast, some of which include Austin Powers Minute, Beauty and the Beastly Minute, Cabin Minute Cast, The Cornetto Minute, Dark Knight Minute, Galaxy Quest Minute, Harry Potter Minute, Minute of Darkness, National Lampoon’s Christmas Days, Point Break Minute, Return to Oz Minute, Spinal Tap Minute, The Living Dead Minute, The Princess Bride Minute and Toy Story Minute.
|56, 57, 58||Susan Delmonico||Susan is a personal trainer by day as the owner of company, SJD Health and Fitness, and a movie aficionado by evening. She has proclaimed a love of Young Frankenstein since the first time she saw it as a child.|
|59, 60||Jeff Ferry||Jeff is a host on Jay and Silent Bob Minute and The Burbs Minute. Jeff hails from the great state of New Jersey. He is quoted as saying, “I’m trying to listen to all of the Movies by Minutes. The quest isn’t going well.”|
|61, 62, 63, 64, 65||B.K. on the Air (Barry King) along with Commander Clark (Mike Clark)||Members of the weekly radio show, B.K. on the Air on AM 1450 and FM 100.3 WBHF, online using the TuneIn Radio app and rebroadcast on Soundcloud.|
|66, 67||Alan “Sandstorm-Dune Buggy-Shakespeare” Sanders and Walt “Into Darkness” Murray||Not since the opening week (when all we had to talk about were the credits!) have we had a chance to tackle a couple of minutes on our own. So, we decided to have some fun, knowing we had a guest coming later in the week. And if you haven’t already looked, you can learn more about us by going to the appropriately named, ABOUT US section!|
|68, 69, 70, 71, 72||Douglas Greenberg||Doug Greenberg is one of the hosts of Rocky Minute, which is a proud member of the Dueling Genre Production Network. Doug has also been a guest on Jay and Silent Bob Minute, Dark Knight Minute, National Lampoons Christmas Vacation Days and Austin Powers Minute. Doug is a lifelong resident of New Jersey and is married with two wonderful sons. He is an avid New York Yankees and New York Giants fan and former baseball player himself. Other than podcasting, his hobbies include jiu jitsu and weight lifting.|
|73, 74, 75||Pastor Jody Stancil||Reverend Jody Stancil is a graduate of the University of Georgia (Bachelor of Arts in Political Science) and Reformed Theological Seminary (2006 – Master of Divinity) in Orlando, Florida. Ordained in the Northwest Georgia Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), Jody served as the Associate Pastor of Grace Church for 6 years and as a church planting apprentice with Christ Community Church in Acworth, GA.
Jody is married to his wife, Julie, and they have two children. The Stancil’s moved to Cartersville in the summer of 2013 to begin networking and gathering a core group that has become the foundation for Riverside Community Church, which launched in the Fall of 2014. Jody is a fan of superhero and science fiction movies, reading theology books and pop culture (especially from the 70s and 80s).
|76, 77||Sean German||Sean is a host on the Spinal Tap Minute, Groundhog Minute and Five Minutes of Mime and has been a guest on the Indiana Jones Minute and several other movies by minutes podcasts.|
|78, 79, 80||Eric Nash||Eric is a co-host on the Watchmen Minute and has been a guest on other movies by minutes podcasts, including DCEU Minute – Dawn of Justice minutes, Point Break Minute, Tarantino Minute and the Galaxy Quest Minute. Eric loves Star Wars, but also music, comedy, and games. He plays guitar and collects music recordings, with his favorite bands being The Beatles, Radiohead, and Pavement. Raising Arizona, Airplane!, and Young Frankenstein, along with George Carlin, Lewis Black, and Mitch Hedberg, are his favorite funny films and stand-ups.
Eric enjoys reading, but did a lot more when he was younger, from somewhat normal novels like Vonnegut to Star Wars to nonfiction, especially biographies, music, and science, to comics. Any types of games with others, or on his own, really rocks his socks. Eric has been listening to podcasts for just about 10 years now and since finding out about Movies by Minutes when Pete and Alex were finishing the first Star Wars movie (Episode 4, A New Hope), he’s gradually gotten to the point where more than half the podcasts he listens to are of that type.
|81, 82, 83||Matt Gray||Matt is a former employee with a private detective agency, performing background checks for businesses. He now is employed as a land surveyor.|
|84, 85||Dave Dalessandro||
Dave is an Engineer from Mentor, Ohio. He is the editor and co-host of Seinfeld Minute with his girlfriend, LeeAnn. They are the proud parents to a baby boy, Cooper, born Christmas 2016. In his rare spare time, he plays chess and does some creative writing, mostly absurd short stories originating from his actual dreams.
|86, 87, 88, 89, 90||Tim Andrews and Jeff Leiboff||Tim Andrews has been involved in both broadcast radio and podcasting for years. He can be heard as one of the Doctrinaires on The Von Haessler Doctrine, weekdays from 9AM-11AM on News 95.5 and AM 750 WSB in Atlanta. He is also a co-host on the podcast, Radio Labyrinth, along with Jeff Leiboff and others. Tim also does a YouTube/podcast show with WSB radio producer Shaney B, called the Tim and Shaney B Experiment.|
|91, 92, 93, 94, 95||Pete Mummert||Pete Mummert is a co-host of the Indiana Jones Minute podcast, a show that the AV Club once hailed as “not nearly as tedious as a thing like this could potentially be.” He lives with his wife, two cats and a monstrous creature that he animated during an electrical storm last year — making him a solid guest to invite to talk about Young Frankenstein.|
|96, 97, 98, 99, 100||David Smith||David is a co-host of the Airplane! Minute! and Sequel Harder podcasts, which are part of the Neozaz.com podcast network. When not podcasting, he is a freelance cinematographer in the SF Bay Area.|
|101||Gerry Porter||Since seeing Raiders of the Lost Ark, Gerry Porter has been inspired to search the globe for rare antiquities. Actually drums. He’s known Tom Taylor since birth, and Pete Mummert since their days at Marshall College, and believes that in a fight between Han Solo and Indiana Jones, we all win (until we all lose). When Gerry’s not shooting craps with the “bad egg” Hovitos, he’s installing Xboxes in every hut and slipping “Fortified Sunny D Jungle Punch with Pampas Berries” into every thatched lunch box. His official title is the Perpetual Intern, or P.I., on the Indiana Jones Minute, though no one has told him it does not mean the same as when Magnum, P.I. uses it. In the immortal words of Inigo Montoya, “I do not think it means what you think it does.”|
|102, 103||Crystal Beth||Crystal Beth is a Denver based comedian and podcaster whose work has been featured on Funny or Die, College Humor, MTV and HuffPost. She hosts two podcasts, Unlimited Lives Radio and The Fifth Eleminute as well as guest hosting on The Fordcast: A Harrison Ford Podcast. Fun Fact: In 2017 year she guested on over 50 different podcasts which totaled around 300 hours. Fun Fact #2…this is the first time she ever watched the film, Young Frankenstein!|
|104, 105||Dave Dalessandro||Dave returns to finish out the last two Young Frankenstein Minutes. Check out the podcast he co-hosts and edits, Seinfeld Minute. If you’re interested in jigsaw puzzles, check out his YouTube channel, Homerin3D.|
|106||Alan and Walt are joined by Matt Gray, Tim Andrews, Jeff Leiboff, Barry King, Sean German, Tom Taylor, Doug Greenberg, Dave Dalessandro and Pete Mummert||We decided to do something a little different for our final episode of season one. We invited several of our season’s guests to offer their final thoughts on Young Frankenstein. It was hard to say goodbye to our inaugural season, but it just means we get to start planning season two and putting out a handful of bonus episodes. Thanks, everyone, for making season one such an amazing success!|