Category Archives: Keith David

Silver Linings Playback 104 – Men at Work (ft. Joe Dunn)

Joel Murphy and Andy McIntyre watch maligned movies and find their silver linings. For the month of May, they are inviting previous guests back to the show and letting them pick the films.

This week, Joe Dunn returns and he’s chosen the 1990 Emilio Estevez/Charlie Sheen film Men at Work to watch with Joel and Andy.

Theme Song: “Bankin’” by Bronson Scott

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Hobo Radio Interview – Keith David

From Platoon to There’s Something About Mary to Requiem for a Dream, Keith David has had memorable parts in a wide range of films. His unmistakable baritone voice and utter commitment to whatever part he’s playing make him memorable in every role he undertakes.

In his new film Boiling Pot, David plays Agent Long, an investigator looking to get to the bottom of a horrific, racially-motivated crime. The film is based on real events that took place on a college campus in 2008.

We recently talked to David about racism in America, the fact that he’s always working and the chances of getting a Community movie.

[To read the print version of this interview, click here.]

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • Interstitial – “Vishnu Meets Funk” and “Ancient Ritual” by Lucas Perný & Miloslav Kollar
  • End – “Come a Little Closer with Me” by Keith David


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