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Cult Faction Podcast Ep. 28: Classic Idents, Exclusive Contents and Family Laments – Remembering Stephen J. Cannell

In this week’s episode we take time to remember the work of Stephen J. Cannell and discuss Squid Game, Babylon 5’s reboot, Disney, work-for-hire contracts, The Reckoning, Eddie Murphy, Super Mario Bros, Outlander, The Boys, and a whole lot more…

 

 

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