- “Tunnel Vision” Redux: Did a Kremlin-backed Russian TV network hack into C-SPAN?
- “Tell them they can laugh at me”: Remembering the humorous side of David Bowie
- Katrina Diaspora: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “New Orleans Music in Exile”
- “Junior High School”: The musical that found the high notes of your awkward hormone-driven years!
- “The Gumby Show”: America’s Favorite Clayboy is back again on Night Flight!
- Subway Blues: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “Last of the Mississippi Jukes”
- Night Flight’s World Music Library: Featuring eight music docs by Moroccan-born producer/director Izza Génini
- Night Flight’s Stuart Samuels tells us about co-producing “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years”
- Something Weird is happenin’ on Night Flight: Check out our classic cult, hippie & biker flicks, drive-in sleaze and exploitation movies!
- Night Flight brings you Italo-West from Wild East: Imported Spaghetti Westerns
Larry Hankin: An Animated Short – “Sometimes Jones and the Magic Credit Card”
“Once upon a time there was a boy named Lawrence Bartholomew Pittsburgh, who never got along with his father, so on his fifteenth birthday, he ran away to San Francisco, and he lived on Market Street with all the other runaways and hookers and bikers, and pimps, and street freaks and old timers. He became a back alley street thief, and he changed his name to Sometimes Jones.”
“Now Sometimes Jones was tall and thin and homely, he had big ears and a big nose, but he was also very smart, so smart that he seemed stupid, but actually he was just waiting to make his move. And then when he did move he moved so fast you didn’t see him, and even if you did see him he did it so well, you thought, ‘hmm, that’s gotta be wrong.'”
“Now Sometimes Jones also had a good black hat, and he was a real good pickpocket. As a matter of fact, the word on the street was Sometimes Jones was the best pickpocket in downtown San Francisco. The word was, if Sometimes Jones got close enough to touch you, your wallet was gone.”