(Baby) Its You!: Brad Pattullo
- Friday, 10 June 2011 19:38
- Last Updated on Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00
- Written by Marc Spess
Somewhere in a dark corner at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Brad Pattullo and his team have been making a monster of a video.
Famous for his film project called 24 frames, Brad and his team set out to make a video called (Baby) It's You!. The video consists of a mad doctor who seems sane on the surface. Actually quite sane, but maybe a little lonely since his love passed away. He restores his better half, but she doesn't turn out quite as planned.
The ending is a surprise that twists the idea of the original Frankenstein theme on its head in a compassionate way. You can watch the entire video below:
Luckily for us curious types when it comes to finding stop motion films on the internet, Brad also created a blog with many behind the scenes photos. There are storyboards, in-progress molds, sets, camera rigs and more to ponder about. You can find the blog over here.
According to the blog, "(Baby) It's You" the song was recorded by the power pop band The Boys and released in 1979. The visuals definitely match well with the song. Too bad MTV didn't exist back then! Full credits for the video are as follows....
Directed by Brad Pattullo David Cowles and Jeremy Galante. Music performed by The Boys. Puppet costumes by Victoria Rose Zalewski with additional animation by Michael Genz and Rob Sassi.