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I was able to get the trailer from Mitch’s recently released film, WOODSHOP where he plays Colonel Miller, someone who is associated with the character played by Jesse “The Body” Ventura. Oh to be a fly on that wall of some conversations Mitch and Jesse would have considering Mitch’s former work as a Defense Contractor and Jesse’s having been a Navy SEAL. I really don’t know much beyond that. I’m still searching for the DVD that was released on 07 September 2010 and can be found through AMAZON.COM – BUY WOODSHOP DVD . This is the unrated director’s cut. I can hardly wait to get a hold of this. I really want to see Mitch’s scenes with the former governor of Minnesota. It looks so funny.

  • [ 030 ] SCREENCAPS: WOODSHOP – OFFICIAL HQ TRAILER
  • [ 001 ] MEDIA CLIP: WOODSHOP OFFICIAL HQ TRAILER

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My wish has come true, Ernest Darby lives! Yes, yes, yes. My favourite Neo-Nazi survived the fire in Fa Guan. Apparently, The Nords are disbanded and Darby is recovering from his burns. He has decided to throw in his evil ways and live a normal life, but wants his revenge on The Sons and SAMCRO. All I can say is I’m thrilled. It’s good to see that Darby is alive and well. I have the screencaps from this episode and will hopefully have all of Mitch’s episodes clipped and put into the media section this week. I’ll keep you posted. Meanwhile, enjoy more of Ernest Darby.

  • [ 666 ] SCREENCAPS: SONS OF ANARCHY – E3X06 THE PUSH

Yes, you read that right. There are 666 screencaps…a hidden message mayhaps? I’d say check under the hairline at the nape of the neck, but Mitch doesn’t have a hairline anymore. He does have a nape of the neck.

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I’ve finally been able to clip up Mitch’s first foray on SUPERNATURAL in season 4’s In The Beginning. I had to clip it up into five different portions, but at least you can view it in its entirety. I figured since Mitch was in the bulk of the episode, why bother trying to pick out his scenes and include the entire show. So there is now all of Mitch’s SUPERNATURAL work both in the gallery and in the media site. A note too on the screencaps section. There’s quite a lot in there, I know—over 3000—but considering Mitch’s performance and the importance of his role in that episode, I thought I’d provide as many as I could. I won’t apologize…I simply won’t. I’ve also added some stills from this episode to the gallery. This completes Mitch’s season four debut on SUPERNATURAL.

  • [ 3431 ] SCREENCAPS: SUPERNATURAL – E4X03 IN THE BEGINNING
  • [ 0009 ] STILLS: SUPERNATURAL – E4X03 IN THE BEGINNING
  • [ 0001 ] MEDIA CLIP: SUPERNATURAL – E4X03 – IN THE BEGINNING PT1
  • [ 0001 ] MEDIA CLIP: SUPERNATURAL – E4X03 – IN THE BEGINNING PT2
  • [ 0001 ] MEDIA CLIP: SUPERNATURAL – E4X03 – IN THE BEGINNING PT3
  • [ 0001 ] MEDIA CLIP: SUPERNATURAL – E4X03 – IN THE BEGINNING PT4
  • [ 0001 ] MEDIA CLIP: SUPERNATURAL – E4X03 – IN THE BEGINNING PT5
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Happy Thanksgiving to all of you from Mitch Pileggi Online. I hope your day is going well and you’re not eating too much…well, Pepto always works. Remember though, if you’re driving don’t drink or if you are, please make sure to have a designated driver. We love having you here.

Take care all.

Yours, Dianne

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I’ve finally clipped up Mitch’s scenes in the wonderful film, MAN IN THE CHAIR where he played Floyd, the step father of the main character. The film was beautiful and starred legendary Canadian actor Christopher Plummer as the titular character, former director Flash Madden. A former big name in Hollywood’s golden age whose films spurred the young Cameron Kincaid (Michael Angarano) to want to make a documentary on the conditions inside America’s Homes for the Elderly. Floyd, Mitch’s character, doesn’t think much of his stepson, of which the feelings are returned. It isn’t untl Flash intervenes that Floyd softens. As you’ll see from the clip, Mitch is only in about fifteen minutes of the film, but his scenes are pivotal as well as very well acted. This is one of my favourite Mitch performances.

One note: I had already screencapped Mitch’s scenes and uploaded them to the gallery, but when watching this film on the Canadian Sundance Channel (Chrsitopher Plummer and Cancon rules), I noticed I left out the all important end scene. So there have been about 75 screencaps added to the already bloated 1200+ in the gallery for the film Ah well, it’s Mitch.

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