In 1933 a young Indiana native set out to make his mark in the fledgling sport of the Automobile Thrill Show. From his early beginnings in Worster Ohio with single car rollovers to commanding performances with his “Rocker Car Leap” in front of tens of thousands of fans Lucky Teter would form the greatest touring group of daredevils and stuntman the world had yet seen. Extraordinary archive footage and radio interviews with current footage from the Tonny Peterson Hell Drivers.
Everyone thinks there has been one Santa all this time, but really it’s been more like a kingship or lineage kind of thing. Young Santa grows up gets married has a son, one son and he teaches that son the art of being Santa. That’s how it was for hundreds of years until one day Doreen, Mrs Claus had twins and Christmas would never be the same again, especially at the The South Office
Indianapolis-based filmmaker Dan T. Hall is on a personal crusade to keep the lines of communication between fathers and daughters open when it comes to navigating the sometimes treacherous waters of adolescence. In his new educational video, What Dads Say about Boys, Hall enlists the help of dads with teenage daughters, offering practical advice on relationships, dating and life in general.
Journalist Jim Bishop once said, â€śWatching your daughter being collected by her date feels like handing over a million dollar Stradivarius to a gorilla.â€ť It is for this reason and countless others that Hall has created What Dads Say about Boys, a touching, frank, often humorous dialog that reminds teenage girls, the apples of their fathersâ€™ eyes: â€śYou are absolutely in charge of your life, body and future.â€ť