THE XANADU STORY
ODDS & ENDS & OTHERS
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(OUR LADY OF XANADU FANDOM) * Nathaln Our
Tattoo Gal * Simonie Hodges * Lisa D Jenkins * Terry L
Knepper * "MagicMan" * Mark L. * Todd Palmer *
Kenneth Anderson * Todd Weiner * David Estrada
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|NEW BOBBIE MANNIX INTERVIEW
Swing on over to the ODDS & ENDS & OTHERS
section to read the complete interview David Mas did
with Xanadu Costume Designer Bobbie Mannix on
the occasion of the Xanadu Blu-Ray.
Thanks to Ms. Mannix for the interview and to Mr. Mas
for providing it to us!
|DON'T WALK AWAY
A web site that tracks the progress of the
development of Don Bluth's movie version of Dragon
Lair offered some behind the scene stories of HHIS
involvement with Xanadu, the Don't Walk Away
There's a lot of information included (like the premiere
of the film in NYC). You can read it HERE!
|L. A. WEEKLY ON XANADU
The alternative weekly newspaper L. A. WEEKLY just
came out (in both pint and their web site) an article on
Xanadu, thanks to this weekend's telecast of the Rock
& Roll Hall of Fame that will feature ELO's induction.
The article (HERE) is a good write-up and featured a
short new interview with Robert Greenwald. The writer
does lean quite a bit on the 'roller disco' label a bit but
it is still a fine read.
As a side bar, the paper, through the official
co-operation with Universal Studios, manages to hunt
down many of the shooting locations, including the
mysterious Platinum Palace. Great detective work!
You can read that piece HERE!
|JULIANA SINGS ONJ
Indi-rock legend Juliana Hatfield has just released an
album filled with songs made popular by Olivia Newton-
John called, simply, ‘Juliana Hatfield Sing Olivia
Of note here is that three songs from Xanadu are
covered; Magic, Xanadu and Suspended In Time.
The album is available in all digital formats (well as
vinyl). Click HERE for further information.