Friendly Film Perspectives: “The Rocketeer” (1991)

Hosts Sergio Berrueta & Matthew Reveles prepare for a high-flying adventure with Disney’s The Rocketeer. Enjoy as we take down gangsters, Nazis, and Timothy Dalton’s mustache in a 1930’s inspired action romp. We recognize favorite character actors, wonder what happened to Billy Campbell and gush about the beauty of Jennifer Connelly. We are even joined by a special guest, so stay tuned.

Find Matthew @ ohheylookatthatthing.tumblr.com

Find Sergio @ Twitter.com/SergBeret & sergberettumbles.tumblr.com

Music featured includes:
“Rocketeer” by Far East Movement ft. Ryan Tedder © 2010 Universal Music Group
“Theme for Harold (var. 1)” by Kevin Macleod of Incomptech.com (Royalty Free)
“Main Title/Takeoff” by James Horner © 1991 Walt Disney Records

The Rocketeer is copyright of Walt Disney Pictures (© 1991 Walt Disney Pictures)
Buy It from Amazon: http://amzn.com/B005JZBP4Q

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