Pop My Culture

October7th

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Dee Wallace interview on pop my culture podcast

Dee Wallace (“E.T.,” “The Howling,” “Cujo”) joins Cole and Vanessa to chat about The Frighteners, self love, spider eyes, “The Pengi Show,” Drew Barrymore’s reaction to a sick E.T., St. Bernard’s and egg whites, Wes Craven and BuppaLaPaloo! Leave your answer to the firsts question (the first plush animal you had) on our website for a chance to win an E.T. Blu-Ray signed by Dee!

Quick! Support Dee’s Kickstarter for BuppaLaPaloo, the bear that teaches children about self love and self worth. The Kickstarter ends in the wee hours of the morning TONIGHT! Check it out at buppalapaloo.com and please help fund it!

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Dee Wallace with hosts Cole Stratton and Vanessa Ragland

Signed copy of E.T. by Dee Wallace

3 Comments

  • Comment by Kevin M. — October 7, 2015 @ 6:57 pm

    Not even kidding, my first plush animal was a stuffed E.T.

  • Comment by Leia — October 16, 2015 @ 5:54 pm

    Just listened to this episode & I think I may love dogs as much as Dee. Loved the tidbits at the end that she gave about all the dogs that played Cujo.
    To answer the question, my first plush animal was a bear that had on a flannel nightgown & when you hugged it or laid your head on it, it felt like its heart was beating. Had that bear for years even after its heart stopped beating.

  • Comment by FellHarbor — July 11, 2016 @ 8:31 am

    Well, the first I really remember was Freddy the Frog, a realistic-ish stuffed frog I had when I was about 3. Unfortunately, I had a vivid nightmare about Freddy growing teeth and crawling along the phone cord to come and bite me. Needless to say, Freddy was relegated to a box for many, many years. So my fallback was a purple cow that played “The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You.” I still have both of them, and have since forgiven Freddy.

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