The People's History of Film

Episode 12

Christopher Fox

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What up nerds and historians! Welcome back to The People's History of Film. This week we sit down with stand-up comic Christopher Fox. We recorded this one way back when the show was bi-weekly as you'll notice from a little flub during the intro, so sorry - we guess.

In addition to being an exceptionally funny guy our guest, Christopher is good friend of Dalton's - which as loyal listeners know by now always makes for a decidedly silly interview with a lot of laughs. More than that though, it's somehow the longest one-on-one conversation Dalton and Christopher have ever had despite frequently collaborating with each other, so there are plenty of moments of discovery where the two learn a thing or two about each other.

Christopher, along with former guest Heath Huffman, is one of the masterminds behind Oklahoma City's alt-comedy collective, The SAAD Boys, who put on a variety show the first Saturday of every month at The Parish in OKC's Plaza District. In fact, you can even see your fearless host Dalton there most months. Enough self-promotion. Get into the interview.

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2016-05-24T10:30:00+00:00
The People's History of Film - Christopher Fox
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