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February 12, 2009

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Krys O.

Jack Wild bumps into John Byner.

Here's the 411 for you kiddies: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Byner

Ajax

I love it. Jack Wild rules.

Fatherflot

That Jack Wild tune is AWESOME. Apples in Stereo eat your hearts out! Anyone know where to get a good copy?

Stu

Much respect to anyone who can ride a pennyfarthing!!!

Hellbound Alleee

Of course, Jack Wilde starred as the Artful Dodger, rather than Oliver himself. That honor went to Mark Lester.

JD

Many infos about the film here and another awesome in-film performance by the Castaways here.

Where? Those links are incomplete :(

Greg in Tulsa

Don't you find it a little creepy that Jack's riding a girl's Schwinn?

jonp72

That Castaways scene is one minute 45 seconds of awesome.

jenjen

Jack Wild was also Jimmy the protagonist in HR Pufnstuf, another gold mine of psychedelic freakout weirdness.

Ivy

Poor Jack Wild. He was a childhood favorite of mine.

krebstar

Brief German translation

barefoot in Rain, Happy as Ever
We're Dancing and Dancing and Dancing
barefoot in Rain, Happy as Ever
We're Dancing and Dancing and Dancing

barefoot in Rain, Wetness on the skin
We're Singing and Singing and Singing


und oder solche sheisse

Scott Mercer

Notice the guy in the Gentrys video, in the back, farthest to the left, singing but not playing any instrument.

That, my friends is professional wrestling manager Jimmy Hart, aka "The Mouth of the South." True dat. Curiouser and curiouser.

Bran

DO YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT BEATS THAT IT'S THIS http://www.firstsounds.org/sounds/1857-Scott-Excerpts.mp3

-bran kron

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