The Earth Station One Podcast – The Sandman Review

Earth Station One Ep 644

Neil Gaiman’s Morpheus of the Endless finally escaped captivity and made his long-awaited live-action debut on Netflix this month. Mike, Mike, Bambi, and Randy Stewart discuss if the adaptation was fantastically dreamy or nightmare fuel (or the best of both). Plus, Stanley Livingston chats about his long entertainment career from playing Chip on My Three Sons to acting in a Star Wars fan film. All this, along with Angela’s A Geek Girl’s Take, Ashley’s Box Office Buzz, Michelle’s Iconic Rock Moment, and Shout Outs!

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Table of Contents
0:00:00 Show Open / Interview with Actor / Producer Stanley Livingston
0:56:24 Box Office Buzz
0:59:28 The Sandman Review
2:06:36 Michelle’s Iconic Music Moment
2:08:35 A Geek Girls Take
2:11:55 Show Close

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Ashley’s Box Office Buzz
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Stanley Livingston Official Website
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The Actor’s Journey
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