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Published on Mar 22, 2012
Here's a little bit of back-story to explain why & how I interviewed the likes of Robbie Rist...
A few years ago, when I starting out on YouTube and looking at fan sites of my favorite things. I saw that the fan-doms of the things I liked, where not doing progressive activities to move a fan-dom along and I thought with the advent of the internet in general, fans of anything would come together and do things that would give merit to the thing they love and would persistent there interest as something to take noticed of....but I didn't see any of that. So I took it upon my self and do things that other people where not doing.
One idea that came to mind was to make a radio show based on animation. I call it Live Killer Radio (from the title of a live album from Queen) and yeah it's sounds dumb. The point of this creation was to get fans involve into the show and expand there love and ideas that would come out as interesting conversation and making this topics something to listen to. The idea didn't live long since I didn't have any long-term goals in mind, but what did come out of it was interviews.
I'm kinda socked to look back and see the handful of people I interviewed. I though interviewing would bring big numbers to the show and thought no one else was doing them like I was, but it looks like anyone can contact anyone now-a-days. Being a fan of the Film Balto, I tried to interview anyone from that movie and Robbie Rist was available. This interview has turn out to be my favorite since Robbie Rist was so lay back and had great story's to tell. It ended up feeling like a chat with a buddy then it did with some actor and it made it easy for me to work with that kind of approach.
For some reason I was only able to get eighteen minutes of the interview and this interview went on for fifty minutes.