Thursday, September 20, 2012


In two weeks we approach the 35th anniversary of David Lynch's Eraserhead (1977) world premiere held in New York City. All my efforts in writing this article series was in support of celebrating this milestone in David Lynch's career, hence the reason for my site's title: 35 Years of David Lynch. To celebrate this momentous occasion, each day leading up the anniversary I will release one still image from every film and TV episode directed by David Lynch throughout his career. I will also embed one of my favorite David Lynch interviews or documentaries along with each still.
Today's still is from David Lynch's short-lived comedic meta TV show about a quirky troupe of performers on a live 50's variety show titled: On the Air (1992). Above we present: David Lynch's Interview on the Late Show with David Letterman. Synopsis: Near the cancellation of Twin Peaks, David Lynch invites another letter-writing campaign to convince ABC to keep the show on the air. The cancellation of Twin Peaks effectively made On the Air dead on arrival, the network airing only half of the finished episodes.

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