guest Zacherley talks twice to the audiences and cruises with
the Golden Gup in the Jukemobile. Andy Gleiss wins the spirited
muffler rap contest. Roz Culbertson is selected the prom queen.
"Wolfman" Jerry Burst entertains under his tent in
a downpour. The pinstripers hold another successful charity
auction of their artwork.
dozens of people, including Jim Mitcheson, Bob Emory, "Doo
Wop" Dave Wallum, Dave Rogers, Rob Bundy, Kat Bunker, Tom
Jabaut, and Maria Van Harken. A New York fireman effectively
relays the 9/11 message that we should "never forget."
or shine, there's always something to do at Lead East. Because
of the rain, there was little cruising during the daytime. Fairway
Productions took that opportunity to visit some seminars: how
to dress Fifties, how to jitterbug, how to sing doo wop, and
how to protect your right to keep your car on the road.
video's emphasis had to be shifted because of the weather. There
simply was not much daytime cruising; the cars were under tarps
and the people under umbrellas. Some of the Awards presentation
was actually shot in the rain. So, some viewers will correctly
note a scarcity of daytime cruising and car/owner interviews.
be forewarned. If you buy a video strictly to see beautiful
custom cars in the sunshine, this video is not for you. If you
want to meet some good people, hear some interesting perspectives
about Fifties lifestyle, see some great night cruising. and
experience what else Lead East has to offer that generally is
not included in the show video, you're likely to enjoy this
And, note that this video/dvd has a discounted price.