Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles Song (via RhettandLink)
found this on shelly’s blog. really good stuff.
Here’s how this thing worked, for those interested:
We got a line of dialogue (“Is that all you’ve got to say?” in our case), a prop (ashtray) a character name (Chuck Raynal) and drew a genre (comedy), and had 48 hours to write, storyboard, shoot, edit, and produce a film.
Here’s our entry!
This is for my friend Jon, who has a cornhole set in his back yard, but had never heard the official theme song.
It’s like Asheville, only more… weird. What a great video.