Hot Shots - Netflix

Posted on Wed 19 June 2019 in netflix

Hot Shots presented By Cheaper Than Dirt is a documentary style television series that offers behind-the-scenes access to three of the greatest shooters in the world as they prepare for and compete in the most prestigious events in shooting. The series stars The Louisiana Legend, Jerry Miculek, who's widely considered the greatest all-around shooter in history; world champion Max Michel, a 6-time USPSA national champion and three-time World Speed Shooting champion who's currently the most dominant pistol shooter alive; and 3-Gun champion Clint Upchurch, the only pro shooter sponsored by iconic firearms manufacturer Colt.

Hot Shots - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: None

Hot Shots - Hoosier Hot Shots - Netflix

The Hoosier Hot Shots were an American quartet of musicians who entertained on stage, screen, radio and records from the mid-1930s into the 1970s. The group formed in the U.S. state of Indiana where they performed on local radio before moving to Chicago and a successful nationwide broadcasting and recording career. The group later moved to Hollywood to star in many feature-length western movies.

Hot Shots - Developing their style in Chicago - Netflix

In 1933 they moved to Chicago's WLS, the Prairie Farmer Station. Now Paul (“Hezzie”, on his washboard), “Gabe” (on clarinet) and Ken (tenor guitar). With the addition in 1934 of Frank Delaney Kettering on bass fiddle, the Hoosier Hot Shots became the quartet that they would remain until the 60s. In the late 1930s, the group had a five-minute radio show on NBC sponsored by Alka-Seltzer and appeared on National Barn Dance on WLS-AM in Chicago, Illinois; they also had a radio program for one season (1949-1950) on the Mutual Broadcasting System. Their music was characterized by novelty songs and arrangements – such as “I Like Bananas (Because They Have No Bones)” and “From the Indies to the Andes in His Undies” – hot jazz rhythms and the occasional sweet harmonies. They also played the pop songs of the day, like “Nobody's Sweetheart.” Ken kicked off the band with “Are you ready, Hezzie?”—directed at his brother Paul—and it became one of the band's big taglines, even entering the common vernacular.

Hot Shots - References - Netflix