Wild World of Classics - TV show hosted by Richie Zie
Chicago based automotive TV show, hosted by automotive historian and expert Richie Zie
Production was kept under the tight veil of secrecy… But we ended up with this
BLOOPER: Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
A blooper is a short sequence of a film or video production, containing a mistake made by a member of the cast or crew. It is usually a deleted scene.
Bloopers are accidental usually and some sees them as humorous. Bloopers are frequently the subject of television shows or are sometimes revealed during the credit sequence at the end of humorous movies.
While Richie Zie possesses extraordinary ability to communicate, unmatched oratory skill and TV talent I have never seen before over the course of 25 years of my career in TV business, together with his encyclopedic knowledge of American automotive history, good TV director can always use some humor on the set/location, to give a break to his tallent, while shooting the new footage for the next TV show.
Long story short:
I didn't know until this day that it was Barzini all along!!
Now, lets get serious: in this piece Richie Zie gives show intro for Chicago Autoshow 2008
Richie Zie announces to the audience what they will see during the 30 minutes TV programme Chicago Autoshow 2008.
Wild World of Classics was the automotive TV show established and hosted by Richie Zie for decades. Show had its own audience all over the US. Show was extinguished following GM and Chrysler went bankrupt back in 2009/2010, what brought major setbacks to the industry as a whole.
For instance, Automotive Workers Union once peaked at more than 21 million of members, while nowadays it only has 390.000 members. Autoworkers diversified to health care, casino gaming and number of unknown activities.
Last Updated (Thursday, 19 July 2012 03:21)