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Monday, June 30, 2008

Spotted at Perez Hilton dot com

CLICK HERE to order your "Save Winehouse" t-shirt today!!!

That's pretty damn funny...
...of course, it won't be when she dies in the next couple of years...


English writer Warren Ellis visits America:

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Vinyl Monday

Ages ago, when we did the very first Vinyl Monday here on WAOR...I chose Side One of what I consider to be pretty much the most important single album in Classic Rock history: Pink Floyd's The Dark Side Of The Moon.'s time to trot her back out for Side Two.
I think we've waited long enough:
Us And Them
Any Colour You Like
Brain Damage

Friday, June 27, 2008

Thank you , Peter & Sheri Colan at Spin Zone!

It was Peter who had the idea.

Challenge his favorite morning show (thankfully it was US) to participate in Michiana Bike To Work Week. Donate $75 to their favorite charity for each day they ride. make sure they have the best gear possible to make it not just a one-week thing...but something they'll continue to do. And ride in with them to encourtage them and educate them on the finer points of riding.

And then he ended up injured in an unfortunate accident the day before the event began, and broke his neck.

Still, every day that we rode, someone from Spin Zone was riding with us. Everyone at Spin Zone (on Bittersweet in Granger) was great, and a big thanks to my friend Gerry Gardetto for spending some time riding with us as well.

Craig and I raised $300 for Riley Hospital For Children, thanks to the Colans. And we haven't had this much fun riding since childhood...


Shot Of The Week

The B52: Kahlua, Bailey's, Grand Mariner in equal portions.

I'd assume it's best served with Rock Lobster...

This Weekend:

When Guitar Hero: Aerosmith hits stores Sunday, video gamers around the country will be able to imagine themselves as a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group. The band will be at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York's Times Square this afternoon (Friday) to unveil the game and give fans a chance to play it. Aerosmith were very involved with the creation of this latest edition of the hit game. The entire band wore motion-capture suits so developers could transfer the members' likenesses into the game. And they also re-recorded four tracks from their debut album, including "Dream On." Bassist Tom Hamilton says the band has always thought of re-recording those songs because their label can't find the original master tapes, and having the tracks used in the game inspired them to do it. Drummer Joey Kramer hopes that the "playing is better now" on the re-recorded songs than it was three decades ago.


Phriday Photo Phinish

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Thursday, June 26, 2008


Next year marks the 30th anniversary of Pink Floyd's The Wall. As a run-up to the anniversary, Roger Waters and Gerald Scarfe -- the artist who illustrated the album and did the animation for the movie -- have produced a limited-edition hand-signed and numbered box set of eight prints from the album. Scarfe on the Wall includes two newly commissioned artworks by Scarfe, who revisits The Wall imagery. The box also contains a 32-page booklet signed by Waters. This contains many early illustrations and working drawings for The Wall, as well as a rare interview with Scarfe on his work with Floyd. Limited to 299 copies (number-one is being auctioned off for charity), they cost 23-hundred dollars each. If interested send an E-mail to: Orders-at-ScarfeOnTheWall-dot-com.


Wednesday, June 25, 2008

WAOR Wednesday Weather Kid!

Hailey Densborn from Niles did an awesome job!
Check it out on the usPod! - - - >

The Dead Red

Old Red
Craig's Favorite Marker
We Hardly Knew Ye...
2008 - 2008

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Love. It's Sometimes Creepy.

Now that he's back with Pamela Anderson, Tommy Lee wants her to know that every move she makes, every breath she takes...he's watching her. The Motley Crue drummer gets Google Alerts on his ex-wife...meaning every time there's a mention of the Baywatch babe somewhere on the Internet, he's notified. Pam told Radar magazine, "For some reason, Tommy has me Google Alerted. He'll always be like, 'What's this?' 'What's this?' He gets every single thing. And I'm like, 'Honey! Stop Google Alerting me! He loves me. I love him. But I don't Google Alert him."

Good to see the relationship is still healthy.


Tuesday Rock Roundup

The Beatles are in talks to develop their own video game. The Financial Times says the band's company Apple Corps is holding discussions with Acti-Vision and M-T-V Games to create a game that would have players strum along to the group's hits, similar to the Guitar Hero and Rock Band games. If this comes to fruition, it could yield the band millions. The Beatles have yet to license their music for digital use.

The search continues for Velvet Revolver's new singer. Drummer Matt Sorum says they've rehearsed with a couple of guys and are actually considering one of them. He said he's not ready to talk about who that might be in case they decide not to hire him. All he'll reveal right now is that he's really nice and easy to get along with, which is a huge change for the former Guns N' Roses band mates who had to put up with Axl Rose and then Scott Weiland. And speaking of Guns, Sorum says he believes that a GN'R reunion is likely. He tells Music-Radar-dot-com, "I'm sure it'll happen eventually. They could be having meetings about it right now. They could be in a bomb shelter, with Axl and Slash and Duff. And Izzy. Maybe even Steven Adler. I don't know. I'd probably be the very, very, very last guy to get the call."

More tracks have leaked from the infinitely delayed Guns n' Roses album Chinese Democracy on to the Internet. Of the nine tracks that recently leaked, six of them have leaked before: "Chinese Democracy," "Better," "The Blues," "Madagascar," "IRS" and "There Was a Time." These latest versions are clearer mixes and feature more production touches than when they first leaked. The three new songs are reportedly called "Riyadh and the Bedouins," "This I Love" and "If the World (Would End Today)." Of course all the leaks in the world don't mean we're any closer to the official release of the album, which Axl Rose started working on at some point in 1994. The world continues to wait, and not really care.

Steven Tyler is out of rehab. He was courtside when his Celtics shut down the Lakers in the NBA Finals. TMZ reported late last week that he is still undergoing outpatient treatment.

Sharon Osbourne says that Ozzfest will likely return to a traveling festival next summer, because she hasn't managed to kill Ozzy with work just yet.

Crosby, Stills and Nash will once again join forces with Neil Young, this time for a September 27th benefit in Oakland, California for the Seva Foundation. Founded by Wavy Gravy, the foundation aims to end world poverty. C-S-N are on tour with a show in Tucson, Arizona tonight. In addition, Graham Nash is working on as many as 13 projects, including a box set of his own material, one for Stephen Stills, a Crosby-Nash live album from 1993, the long awaited C-S-N box of demos and an unreleased album Stills did with Jimi Hendrix.

Happy 61st today to Mick Fleetwood, and Zombies singer Colin Blunstone is 63.

CD -
Saints of Los Angeles by Mötley Crüe
Exile in Guyville by Liz Phair
The Very Best of Billy Idol: Idolize Yourself (CD/DVD) set by Billy Idol
Chase/Ennea/Pure Music by Chase, a great brass-driven rock band from the early 70s. This set collects all three of their albums. The band came to an end in 1974 after a plane crash. Worth a grab if you love Chicago or BST.
Pat Benatar releases a career-spanning compilation today. Pat Benatar -- Ultimate Collection packs 20 Top 40 hits among its 40 tracks. Benatar is on tour with a show in Baltimore tonight, and will be in Michiana this summer.
Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs
10,000 B.C.
The Spiderwick Chronicles (Widescreen Edition) and in 2-Disc version
Live from Texas ~ ZZ Top...the first live product they've had since Fandango! in the mid-70s.
Xanadu - Magical Musical Edition (With Complete Soundtrack CD)
Early Edition - The First Season
When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions (3 DVD Set)
Ice Road Truckers: On & Off The Ice

Monday, June 23, 2008

George Carlin To Be Blown Up, Per His Wishes?

George Carlin died on my birthday, yesterday, at the age of 71.

He did so less than a week after his final performance in Vegas, in a hospital bed in Los Angeles, of heart failure. His wife Brenda passed 11 years ago, the day before his 60th birthday, and his routines were never the same after she died.

No one ever managed to shine a brighter light on what he liked to call "the bullshit", and like him or not, you can't argue that he picked up the ball when Lenny Bruce fumbled it, and edgy comedy really has no successor equal to the task.

He was one of my entertainment heroes and influences, even when I thought he went too far. The last two times I saw him, it was sad to see how bitter he'd become. Geroge was something my father and I always had in common: I remember a long road trip we took together, listening to tape after tape from my collection, laughing our asses off at routines we'd already heard a hundred times before.

From radio, to stand-up, to TV appearances, to albums, to movies (remember With Six You Get Eggroll?), to his own really bad sitcom, to more movies and status as a counter-culture legend...the world is a lot less funny today.

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Monday morning at 9, on Vinyl Monday...

Side One, Led Zeppelin III.
Hell Yeah.
Immigrant Song
Celebration Day
Since I've Been Loving You
Out On The Tiles
Interesting thing to listen for: on Since I've Been Loving You (one of my all-time personal favorites from Zep), you can actually hear John Bonham's Bass Drum Pedal squeaking.
Listen real close at the beginning. It's there.
- T

Friday, June 20, 2008

Phriday Photo Phinish boy and I, preparing for the weekend...because...'s time for the majestic beauty of proud tradition at Wrigley...
...Sox v Cubs in the Crosstown Classic, Part 1...

...The Bud Light Blue Girls at yesterday's 95 Days Of Summer remote in Elkhart... ...and with my son Skylar... ...Iowa is still will be more expensive soon...

Shot Of The Week

Fernando filled in for the ailing Amanda this morning, a last-second decision by Craig because the shot Amanda sent us happens to be called "Incredible Mexican".

Equal parts apple pucker and tequila.

Hold The Red Star Proudly High In Hand

Rush will be presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles next year. The band was chosen by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce's Walk of Fame committee. Also getting stars next year are Hugh Jackman, The Village People, Felicity Huffman, her husband William H. Macy, Cameron Diaz, Robert Downey, Jr and Harry Shearer, best known for voices on The Simpsons and as the Bassist for Spinal Tap.

A Half A Billion Dollar Song

Led Zeppelin has certainly earned millions of dollars, but according to Portfolio magazine, a large chunk of it comes from just one song: "Stairway to Heaven." Music executives, along with those in advertising and entertainment industries, were asked to "come up with some numbers, real and potential, for the value of Stairway." The estimated total the song has brought in from publishing and sales of the master recording is in excess of 560-million dollars. It has the potential to earn more than 10-million more if licensed for use in commercials, TV shows and movies. "Stairway to Heaven" was never released as a single and was first available on 1971's Led Zeppelin's untitled 4th album.

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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Tommie's Science Corner: Giant Moon Tonight around 10:42pm?

Sometimes you just can't believe your eyes. This week is one of those times.

You'll see a giant form rising in the east. At first glance it looks like the full Moon. It has craters and seas and the face of a man, but this "moon" is strangely inflated. It's huge!
You've just experienced the Moon Illusion. Clickity.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

The WAOR Wednesday Wx Kid!

Congrats to Ashley Densbourne of Niles, our winner with Meijer! She'll be doing the weather most of the day today on WAOR!
Hear our interview with Ashley on the usPod - - - >

One Weird-Ass Story

Village re-elects dead mayor

The residents of a Romanian village knowingly voted in a dead man as their mayor in Sunday's municipal election, preferring him to his living opponent.

Neculai Ivascu, 57, who ran the village for almost two decades, died from liver disease just after voting began -- but still won the election by a margin of 23 votes.

A local official said the authorities decided to keep the poll open in case Ivascu's opponent, Gheorghe Dobrescu, won, avoiding the need for a re-run.

"I know he died, but I don't want change," a pro-Ivascu villager told Romanian television.


(Marius Zaharia, Reuters)

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Are The Rolling Stones following in the footsteps of U2, Madonna, and Jay-Z? A U-K spokesman for The Stones is denying a report in London's Observer that they're on the verge of leaving EMI and signing with Live Nation. The rep says, "We are not in talks with Live Nation in connection with any record deal." EMI went private last year and as a result has lost some of its bigger artists, including Paul McCartney. Incidently, the chairman of Live Nation is also the promoter for The Stones.

Congress has recognized Paul Rodgers with a proclamation for his musical achievements and his philanthropic work with The Fender Center's Kids Rock Free music education program in California. Through his efforts, Rodgers has helped to raise more than 200-thousand dollars for the program.

Cheap Trick will be joined by Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan and Gov't Mule keyboardist Danny Louris June 28th at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles as the Rockford, Illinois band covers The Beatles' Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album. The Tricksters tackled the album last year at the Bowl to mark its 40th anniversary. The quartet will once again be joined on many songs by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.

Metallica have settled on Death Magnetic as the title for their new album. The disc, produced by the band and Rick Rubin, still doesn't have a confirmed release date, but a trailer on the band's website says September. Metallica are expected to launch a North American tour right after the album comes out.

444 people had their faces painted as one of the characters of KISS in an attempt to set a world record for the most people made up as KISS congregated in one place on Friday at the Download Festival in Donington, England. The official world record application has been submitted and organizers are awaiting the results.


On CD:

Nostradamus by Judas Priest, who finally release their long-awaited concept album based on the life of the 16th-century French prophet. This is Priest's second album since reuniting with vocalist Rob Halford in 2004.
Live at Royal Albert Hall 1971 by The Byrds
Stone of Sisyphus (XXXII) by Chicago


Deep Purple release a 4 DVD box set, Around the World Live , today. The 57-song, 9-hour set chronicles shows in 1995 in India, 1999 in Australia and 2002 in England. The fourth disc is a documentary called Access All Areas.
Eric Clapton - Masterpieces (Collectors Special Edition)
Jericho - The Second Season and Jericho - The Complete Series
Fool's Gold (Widescreen Edition)
Californication - Season One with David Duchovny
ER - The Complete Ninth Season
Dynasty - Season Three, Vol. 1
Be Kind Rewind with Jack Black & Mos Def, looks funny as hell
Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins (Widescreen) with Martin Lawrence

Monday, June 16, 2008

Indiana's Fallen Heroes Blood Drives This Week!

The South Bend Medical Foundation has week two of their Blood Drives this week. The events are in honor of our state's Police Officers who have died in the line of duty. Events are being held this month in all 92 counties. This week's events in our area are as follows:


Please stop by and donate to this excellent cause. Learn more by contacting the South Bend Medical Foundation at 574-234-1157 or visit Give Blood Now dot com.

Vinyl Monday Today

Today we're hitting Side 1 of probably the biggest album REO ever put out:
1980's Hi Infidelity.
Don't Let Him Go
Keep On Loving You
Follow My Heart
In Your Letter
Take It On The Run

Friday, June 13, 2008

Another Phriday Photo Phinish

Just sent to me by a's the Iowa Tornado. Spooky.

Phriday Photo Phinish

...last night at the 95 Days of Summer broadcast at Bittersweet Martin's...
...flood damage in Hope Indiana...
...Happy Father's Day this weekend. Here's me, my Dad, my sister in 1977...
...and my kids, May 2008.

95 Days Of Summer

Congrats to Joe Buti of Cassopolis, winner of the Grillin' & Chillin' Prize Pack Thursday Evening at the Bittersweet Martins. He won goodies from Budweiser, McDaniel's Harley-Davidson, and Martins! Another broadcast and another chance to win are coming to the Martin's on Nappannee Street in Elkhart on the 19th!

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Lisa Lampinelli

The Queen Of Mean, Lisa Lampinelli, will be at the Morris on June 28th, making the audience uncomfortable...but making them laugh hard. You've seen her on pretty much every celebrity roast on cable, including the one for Gene Simmons that runs on A&E this weekend.

We had her on the show Thursday Morning...check out the damage at the usPod - - - >

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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Shortcakes On The Blacktop coming Wednesday!

Visit St. James tomorrow for drive-thru service, or call to order your Shortcakes On The Blacktop for delivery tomorrow! It's a great tradition in South bend...and the Archbishop has decreed that just for tomorrow...they're zero calories!

Big thanks to Kate Lee (no relation) for stopping by with the samples Craig and I look forward to all year! Hear her discuss the shortcakes on the usPod on the right-hand side of this website.

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Reports out of London say the world tour that Paul McCartney is planning to start at the end of this year will be his last on such a grand scale. According to the Mirror, he wants to spend more time with daughter Beatrice. McCartney will reportedly play 100 shows over two years, his longest itinerary since 1989-90, when he played 108 shows in Europe, the US, Japan and Brazil. His spokesman had no comment.

After performing with the Foo Fighters along with John Paul Jones on Saturday in London, Jimmy Page told the Telegraph that Led Zeppelin will reunite for more live gigs in the fall of 2009. He added that individual commitments are preventing them working any sooner. Robert Plant is on tour with Alison Krauss with shows in New York tonight and tomorrow night.

KISS singer-guitarist Paul Stanley has posted a note on the band's website to knock down persistent reports out of Europe that the band has signed to do a reality show in which they'll pick their eventually replacements. Stanley writes, "First of all, contrary to what was said by anyone, there is no signed deal. Secondly, if we were to do a 'KISS Two,' and I don't rule that out, it would be in addition to, and never in place of KISS." Thirdly, I have no respect for my band's legacy by even considering this. Ok, maybe I added the last one...

When Ted Nugent performs in Deroit on July 4th, it will be his 6000th concert. His first public performance was in 1958 at the Polish Arts Festival at the State Fairgrounds in his native Michigan. Yes...50 years ago. Nugent's first guitar teacher, Joe Podorsek, was there, and he will be in the crowd for this show.


Genesis release their new DVD today. When in Rome 2007 is a three-disc set containing more than five hours of material shot during the band's 2007 Turn It on Again tour, their first in 15 years.

Bob Dylan: 1978-1989 - Both Ends of the Rainbow DVD
Heart: Alive in Seattle [Blu-ray] Blu-Ray

Walter Becker of Steely Dan is back with his second solo album today, 14 years after the first one. Produced by Joni Mitchell's ex-husband, Larry Klein, Circus Money is being released on Jimmy Buffett's Mailboat Records label.

This Was by Jethro Tull (40th Anniversary Edition of their 1st album)
US Singles Collection Box CD Set by The Beach Boys
Wake the Sleeper CD by Uriah Heep (1st new studio album in 10 years)
John Adams (HBO Miniseries) DVD Paul Giamatti, it was pretty cool
The Bucket List DVD with Morgan Freeman & Jack Nicholson
Jumper (Two-Disc Special Edition w/ Digital Copy) DVD
The Other Boleyn Girl DVD with Natalie Portman
Boondocks - The Complete Second Season DVD
Home Improvement: The Complete Eighth Season DVD
Army Wives: The Complete First Season DVD
Hawaii Five-O - The Fourth Season DVD

Monday, June 09, 2008

Vinyl Monday

Seger: Stranger In Town, Side One
Hollywood Nights - Still The Same - Old Time Rock & Roll - Till It Shines - Feel Like A Number

Friday, June 06, 2008

David Stremme

Our favorite South Bend NASCAR Guy Not Named Ryan was on the phone with us at the end of the show on Friday. If you missed it, you can find the audio right over yonder on the TATB usPod - - - >

Phriday Photo Phinish

... Barack Obama, Feb 2008, by Justin Hankins

...spotted on my way to lunch today at Indian Ridge & Main, Mishawaka

Shot Of The Week

This week, Amanda serves up the Toni Fuel known as the Jager Bomb. Equal parts Jagermeister and Red Bull. Repeat as necessary.

English Writer Warren Ellis on Bo Diddley

"Decades before people were hyping themselves in rap, Bo Diddley was doing nothing but singing songs about Bo Diddley (while ripping the piss out of “Hush Little Baby”) and inventing the Bo Diddley beat (while actually trying to teach himself some old Gene Autry saw).

The first time I remember hearing Bo Diddley was actually a clip played on some BBC TV music quiz show, probably in the early 80s. I said something like, “what the hell…?” and my dad said, “Ssh. Listen. Listen to his guitar.” And that was it. Because it’s the sound of your heart skipping a beat. Boom-ba-boom-boom bam-boom. I don’t think Bo Diddley met a second chord in his life, he made Status Quo look like Segovia for that. It’s all about that beat. “I play the guitar as if I were playing drums,” Diddley said. See, my dad had been a drummer, and that’s what he picked up on.

People thought he was weird because he had women in his band — musicians like Peggy Jones and the Duchess, who could crank out primal blues riffs that would’ve made John Lee Hooker stand to attention."

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Jake is back Friday!

Jake The Rock Kid is tearing it up in the studio Friday morning! The anchor of our School Of Rock will be here to talk about how his Club at WAOR dot com can keep the summer full of music for your kids...and to talk about his big gig this weekend, opening up for the world's greatest Beatles Tribute.

Scroll down a bit on the usPod and hear Jake play some killer Zeppelin on the Tommie & The Bartender Show.

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Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Michiana Bike To Work Week featured on Michiana News Channel...

Wednesday Weather Kid!!!

Congrats to Carter Sult of South Bend...our WAOR Wednesday Weather Kid with our friends at Meijer. Hear him do the weather today on WAOR!
Think your kid could be the next one? Register them at WAOR.COM now!
Hear how Carter did...and our interview with him...on the usPod - - - - >
(Craig, Carter the Weather Kid, his sister Carson, Tommie)

Brent Bach Meets Ron Paul

Bach's Ballot Box is up again this morning to talk Politics, as Barack Obama made incredible history last night with his Presumptive Nominee status.
Recently, our Political Reporter Brent Bach had a chance to meet his guy, Ron Paul. And the above picture appears on the New York Times website. Cool!

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Bo Diddley is being remembered for his trend-setting rhythmic guitar work, his hand-crafted instruments, his good humor, and even his cooking skills. The charter inductee of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame died Monday in Gainesville, Florida -- just over a year after his performing career was halted by a stroke. Three months after the stroke, he suffered a heart attack from which he never fully recovered.

Courtney Love says someone stole the last memento she had of her late husband Kurt Cobain -- his ashes! The grunge widow says she'd kept the late Nirvana frontman's remains hidden in a pink, teddy bear-shaped container, which was swiped from her home along with some jewelry and clothing.

David Gilmour has agreed to take part in a rare performance of one of Pink Floyd's earlier albums, Atom Heart Mother, in London later this month. The guitarist will join forces with an ensemble comprising the tribute band Mun Floyd, a brass section from the Royal College of Music and a 40-voice choir. The June 15th performance is being organized by Ron Geesin, who co-wrote the album's side-long epic "Atom Heart Mother Suite."

Alton Kelly -- who along with Stanley Mouse created posters for Bay Area concerts at the Fillmore Auditorium and other venues for the Grateful Dead, Journey, Steve Miller and others -- died Sunday at his Petaluma, California home due to complications from a long illness. He was 68.

Van Halen's Reunion Tour ended last night in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It appears they're still speaking to each other, too. They claimed yesterday that the band is going to stay together.


*Journey release their new album today -- the first with new singer Arnel Pineda. Revelation is a three-disc set that is available exclusively at Wal-Mart. The first C-D contains 11 rerecorded Journey classics, the second disc has 11 new songs, and the third is a live DVD.

Rock My World by Bret Michaels CD - new solo album
* Remastered versions of Elton John's self-titled album and Tumbleweed Connection on CD
* Soundtrack to
The Happening by James Newton Howard (the guy who did the ER theme)
Semi-Pro (Two-Disc Unrated "Let's Get Sweaty" Edition) DVD
Meet The Spartans - Pit Of Death Edition (Unrated) DVD
The Eye DVD with Jessica Alba
Flawless DVD with Michael Caine & Demi Moore
Rescue Me - The Complete Fourth Season DVD
NFL- New York Giants - The Road to Super Bowl XLII DVD
Get Smart: The Complete Series DVD
The Incredible Hulk - The Complete Third Season DVD
The Incredible Hulk - The Complete Fourth Season DVD
Dirty Harry Ultimate Collector's Edition DVD - Includes all five Dirty Harry films: all special features on the Dirty Harry Special Edition and Deluxe Editions, plus additional special features and contents specific to the Ultimate Collector's Edition. Bonus Feature-Length documentary Clint Eastwood: Out of the Shadows; a 40+ page hardcover book; Wallet w/metal badge and removable laminated I.D. card; Five 5"x 7" Reproduction Lobby Poster Cards plus an exclusive UCE card; Scorpio Portrait of a Killer Poster-Sized (19" x 27") map of San Francisco detailing Harry’s hunt for the killer; Never-Before-Seen Production Correspondence