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Marvel Movie Minute Season Five • Captain America: The First Avenger • Minute 37

CATFA 037: The Screaming Always Starts at 70%

Minute Thirty-Seven: From Some Random Doctor’s Appearance to Howard Stark’s Expectant Glasses Removal

Joining us on this episode, we have Krissy Lenz and Nathan Blackwell from the Most Excellent 80s Movies Podcast!

In the thirty-seventh minute of Joe Johnston’s 2011 film Captain America: The First Avenger

The experiment continues. We talk about side shields and eyewear, particularly about those not wearing any. Why not? Was it in the Tucch’s contract? What about Jones or Atwell and everyone else upstairs in the observation booth? Is the glass treated so it’s not so bright for them? But then why is Phillips squinting? It’s a bit baffling.

It’s pretty funny that Steve says, “I can do this.” Why not all day, Steve?

We talk a bit about Joe Johnston as a director and the new docuseries Light and Magic. Quite the background he has!

This minute has us so close to finding out if Dr. Erskine’s mad science experiment will work. What will happen? Tune in!

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Film Sundries

We could do this all week.

Andy Nelson and Pete Wright pick up the Infinity Saga Phase I mantle with Captain America: The First Avenger one patriotic minute at a time.