Numerous fragments of Kilgore Trout’s stories appear throughout many of Vonnegut’s books. The themes of these fragments are often very similar to the themes of the novels Kurt Vonnegut wrote (Love vs. War, Machines vs. People etc.) Reading Kilgore Trout’s stories (or parts of his stories as they appear in the novels) is almost as interesting as actual books by Kurt Vonnegut: full of wit, irony and satire.
Thankfully they didn’t put the Fremont Street Experience on the list. (My favorite Vegas sign was the now defunct Stardust sign)
Coming to PBS beginning Sept. 23rd.
THE WAR, a seven-part series directed and produced by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, tells the story of the Second World War through the personal accounts of a handful of men and women from four quintessentially American towns.
This exclusive, revelatory “first look” at THE WAR and its creation provides excerpts from the series, insights from the on-screen participants, behind-the-scenes looks at the production and thoughts from co-producers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick on the critical importance of creating this series at this time.
During the preview, you’ll see some of the work that went into making the seven-part documentary about World War II. Excerpts are introduced by interview footage of the filmmakers or participants in the film.
These lines are actually pretty good..
(Puts on dark sunglasses)
And by good, I mean bad.