The Fan To Fan (F2F) podcast with hosts Bernie Gonzalez, Peter Charbonneau and Doug Ziegler takes a simple idea and does it well. Each episode of F2F features a conversation between fans. The subject could be movies, comics, TV, video games, toys, cartoons, or anything pop culture! Bernie, Peter and Doug pick a fan with a love and/or knowledge of the episode’s topic and then do a deep dive.
Recently, the F2F team spoke with me about Sly Stallone. When I was approached to be a guest, I explained that there are Stallone fans with greater knowledge and bigger collections than mine. Still, they were interested in how I became a Stallone fan, the creation of StalloneZone and more. I was already a fan of Bernie’s Midnight Mystery, so I checked out F2F and became a fan of it as well.
Talking to Bernie, Pete and Doug was a blast. It was truly fans hanging out. Here’s part one of the conversation. I hope you enjoy it half as much as I did.
Our POW [Picture of the Week] this week is a shot from Capone. Ben Gazzara stared as Capone with Sly co-staring as Frank Nitti. Click on the photo to see a bigger version.
Our POW [Picture of the Week] is a great shot of Sly in an early role with the legendary, Robert Mitchum in Capone. You can see a much larger version of the photo by clicking on it.
Our POW [Picture of the Week] is a rare shot of Sly and Ben Gazarra from Capone. You can see a much larger version of the photo by clicking on it.
Our POW [Picture of the Week] is a rare shot of Sly with Ben Gazara from Capone. You can see a much larger version of the photo by clicking on it. – Craig
Mike Torrance aka The Krayola Kidd is back and this time it is with Sly as Frank Nitti from Capone.
Mike is a great guy and his commissions are always a blast!
You can see more of Mike’s art at his Deviant Art site. Mike is available for commissions and his prices are very reasonable.
Our POW [Picture of the Week] this week is a shot of Sly with Ben Gazzara from Capone. Click on the photo to see a full-size version. – Craig
I found this overseas movie poster for “Capone” and really liked the art. Of course the poster design is pretty deceptive in that Sly doesn’t star or even play Capone in the movie. Most SZoners know that Sly had a small, but important role as Frank Nitti. Ben Gazara played Capone. Did you notice that Sly was even given top billing in the poster credits?
Oh well, that doesn’t change the fact that it’s still a pretty cool poster.
Our POW [Picture of the Week] of Sly comes to us from Sage Stallone.
It’s an ultra rare photograph taken by Sasha Stallone at 6am as Sly was preparing for his first day of filming on Capone.
Special thanks to Sage and Sasha Stallone for sharing this great photo!