Playing MJ’s Thriller Every Halloween

That’s my podcast theme for today, and today’s topic is Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Michael Jackson’s song Thriller was produced by Quincey Jones, and of course, first released on Jackson’s album Thriller on Nov. 30, 1982. Thriller won a Grammy Award. It is often cited as a pop culture phenomenon and a Halloween anthem. It was his album’s seventh top ten single on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 4. 

I thought I would never see Michael Jackson’s video Thriller when I first came out because everything was aired on cable TV that seemed new and exciting. Luckily my grandfather had cable, and at the family gathered together to watch Thriller. It was kind of scary seeing Michael Jackson gradually change into a werewolf. But it was very entertaining and enjoyable. I had never seen a music video like Michael Jackson’s Thriller before. It was considered a mini movie and the longest music video I had ever seen made. 

Every Halloween, it seems Michael Jackson’s song Thriller is heard on the radio and comes to mind. I’m Gail Nobles, and you’re listening to the Cat Bear. Here’s the podcast theme titled, “Playing Michael Jackson’s Thriller Every Halloween” by Gail Nobles © 2020……

Part 1 The Buzzer Invention





On my way to town, I have seen a man get drenched and wet riding his motorcycle in the wind and rain. The shirt on his back was straight in the air with wind blowing beneath it. It was like a parachute. It’s not good to get caught in the rain on a motorcycle. I think all motorcycles, mopeds, and drag racing bikes should have some kind of covering for the rainy weather. I suppose when the helmets were made for the motorcycle and bike riders, they thought that was the only protection they needed.

In the picture above, I made a design of a drag racing bike with a windshield to cover the head of a person. It could be controlled by a button on the bike to extend and cover the whole body. I named the bike Buzzer and gave it a design of a bumble bee.

It would be great if motorcycles could be made to protect a person from the wind and rain in the future. I have never seen a motorcycle that has been made with some kind of covering.

Part 2 The Buzzer Invention

When I Design ideas, it makes me wish I knew how to actually make the idea in a factory. I would love to make a model of the Buzzer Invention. So I went to Dazzle and made a photo cutout sculpture of the design. It is made of high strength cast acrylic. The sculpture has an optic clear front and high gloss black back.

When I ordered the cutout sculpture, it was made the way I designed it. Since all of the white in the photo was chosen to be transparent by me, the frame of the glass was not made visible because it was white. so I made my own glass frame to add to the sculpture.

The Political Ali

The Political Ali
Artwork by Gail: From Public Domain Photo by Ira Rosenberg.

There has already been a movie made about Muhammad Ali. Will Smith played as him, but there was so much more to Muhammad Ali than boxing. I think a movie should be made about the political Ali and his religion.

Mr. Ali was influenced by the man he called the honorable Elijah Muhammad. Muhammad Ali spoke great things, and things that made a lot of sense regardless of his joking around in boxing. I think a movie should be made focusing on his great speeches and other things that he may have done that some of us may not know about. A movie should be made about Muhammad Ali Islam days with Malcom X and Elijah Muhammad.

I’m Gail Nobles and you’re listening to Movies Unmade.

Superman Remake the Last Knight


The Adventures of Superman was a television series starring George Reeves in 1952. I don’t remember seeing Superman fighting against a lot of foes as strong as he was. I saw some of the episodes from the series in the 1970’s. The television series was still great to watch though Superman didn’t have foes with his strength.

There is one episode from the season 6 DVD that I thought would be a great remake for the big screen. The episode is titled, “The Last Knight”. It is the TV episode from 1958 and in color. In this episode, Superman was flying wearing armor. He was dressed as a knight. Clark Kent did not appear to be worried about the secret society knights. They were the bad guys who were four rich men dressed as knights. I’m sure Clark Kent as Superman would have been worried to know that Lois Lane was captured by them in a remake. He would rescue her in a hurry. The story would probably be altogether different and maybe more fascinating. The story would be more exciting.

In the TV series, Lois Lane, Jimmy, and some of the knights were locked up in a dungeon with Superman dressed in his armor disguise. They were locked up by one knight that was a killer. And of course you know Superman won the battle.

Superman looked great in the 1950’s as a flying knight. If Superman looked great in the 1950’s as a flying knight, I’m sure the new Superman would too.

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JD Hall the Music Man

JD Hall gives tribute to the soul, funk, and disco singing Barry White. He performs all of Barry’s most popular songs with his Barry White Symphony Orchestra.According to his bio, JD Hall was born and raised in Venice, California. He has been singing and performing since he was 12 years old performing with artist like Jackie Wilson and Mary Wells. Known for his 1980’s disco hits #1 Lover and Wonder Woman, JD continues to perform these songs for thousands of loyal fans.