Cannellfan

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Fan
Name: Cannellfan
Alias(es): SiDiC Music Videos, Scott Clark
Type: vidder, fanzine publisher
Fandoms: any Stephen J. Cannell show (particularly) Greatest American Hero, The Rockford Files, Wiseguy, Stingray, Tenspeed and Brown Shoe; also: Magnum P.I., A Fine Romance, Star Trek, The X-Files, and dozens more
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SiDiC Music Videos on YouTube
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Cannellfan is a vidder and gen fanzine publisher who publishes under the name of Orion Majoris Publications.

He started publishing fanzines in 1984, beginning with the letterzine The Cannell Files, and soon added How to Be a World Class Private Investigator (Magnum, P.I.) and On the Air: Quarterly Report (Midnight Caller) letterzines. He also published two issues of the multi-media fiction zine Scenario, and a single issue of Don't Touch That Dial. His longest-running fanzine was STARLink, a Star Trek (all generations) letterzine that ran for 35 issues from 1991 to 1994, partially filling the gap left by the cancellation of Interstat.

After years of being an avid viewer of Fannish Music Videos at MediaWest*Con, he began producing them for showing at that convention in 1995, under the production group name SiDiC Music Videos.

He first entered organized fandom in 1980, by joining my local, Lincoln, NE, science fiction club Star Base Andromeda (which is still going strong to this day). Hisfirst exposure to fanzines was that club's newsletter The Andromedan Log, for which he's edited at least 45 of the 68 issues, over the years, and club fanzine The Kelvan Outpost. The first fanzine he subscribed to (in 1984), outside of that club, was Details At 11, a Simon & Simon letterzine, which inspired him to start publishing The Cannell Files. He first started attending MediaWest*Con in 1986, and has not missed a single one since.

Vidding Contributions

Canellfan is one of a group of VCR vidders who transitioned to digital vidding in the late 1990s. His first digital vid was made in 1998 using iMovie. He is the producer of the annual MediaWest*Con tear-jerker "Tribute to Actors We Lost in the Past Year" vid.

Songtape Collection

Year One – 1995

  • "Holding Out For a (Super)Hero" [5:50]
  • Fandom: Multiple Shows
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Holding Out For a Hero"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Requiem" (1995 Tribute Video) [7:30]
  • Fandom: Multiple Shows
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Goodbye, My Friend"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark

Year Two – 1996

  • "Old and Wise" (1996 Tribute Video) [4:52]
  • Fandom: Multiple Shows
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Old and Wise"
  • "I’m Too Sexy" [2:50]
  • Fandom: Multiple Shows
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "I’m Too Sexy"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark

Year Three – 1997

  • "Five O’Clock World" [2:05]
  • Fandom: Profit
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Five O’Clock World"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Forever Autumn" (1997 Tribute Video) [4:31]
  • Fandom: Multiple Shows
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Forever Autumn"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Bad Company" [4:47]
  • Fandom: The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Bad Company"
  • Video Producer: REW Clark

Year Four – 1998

  • "Sunny Came Home" [4:24]
  • Fandom: Callisto from Hercules
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Sunny Came Home"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark (from a concept by REW Clark)
  • "A Couple of Swells" [4:32]
  • Fandom: A Fine Romance
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "A Couple of Swells" (from the musical film Easter Parade)
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark (from a song suggestion by REW Clark)
  • "Take a Bow" (1998 Tribute Video) [5:21]
  • Fandom: Multiple Shows
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Take a Bow"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Theme From ‘The Addams Family’" [1:20]
  • Fandom: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Production Category: Humorous
  • Song Title: Theme From "The Addams Family"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark

Year Five – 1999

  • "One Sweet Day" (1999 Tribute Video) [4:02]
  • Fandom: multi
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "One Sweet Day"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark (from a song suggestion by Karen B. Valentine)
  • "The Man I Love" [3:09]
  • Fandom: Heat of the Sun
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "The Man I Love"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Slime Creatures From Outer Space" [4:22]
  • Fandom: multi
  • Prodution Category: Humorous
  • Song Title: "Slime Creatures From Outer Space"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark (with help from REW Clark)

Year Six – 2000

  • "One For My Baby…" [4:45]
  • Fandom: Star Trek
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation [tribute to DeForest Kelley]
  • Song Title: "One For My Baby…and One More For the Road"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Sloop John B" [4:00]
  • Fandom: multi [Titanic and time-travellers]
  • Production Category: Constructed Reality
  • Song Title: "Sloop John B"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Time" (2000 Tribute Video) [5:05]
  • Fandom: multi
  • Prodution Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Time"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark (song suggested by REW Clark)
  • "Sweet Surrender" [4:01]
  • Fandom: X-Files
  • Prodution Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Sweet Surrender"
  • Video Producer: Vasco Productions (Roderick Vasek)

Year Seven – 2001

  • "Fly Like an Eagle" (2001 Tribute Video) [4:45]
  • Fandom: multi
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Fly Like an Eagle"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark

Year Eight – 2002

  • "Opening Credits" [:30]
  • Production Category: Credits
  • Song Title: "Let There Be Light"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Sunny Day/Sesame Street Theme" [1:25]
  • Fandom: Angel (Pylea arc)
  • Production Category: Humorous
  • Song Title: "Sunny Day"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "All Things Must Pass" (2002 Tribute Video) [4:55]
  • Fandom: multi
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "All Things Must Pass"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Fragile" [3:00]
  • Fandom: 9/11 memorial vid for Memorial Day
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Fragile"
  • Video Producer: REW Clark

Year Nine – 2003

  • "Opening Credits" [1:00]
  • Production Category: Credits
  • Song Title: "Stars and Trucks"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "A Thousand Miles" (2003 Tribute Video) [4:15]
  • Fandom: multi
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "A Thousand Miles"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark (song suggested by REW Clark)
  • "Whose Col Line Mochrie is it Anyway?" [2:45]
  • Fandom: Whose Line is it Anyway? [US]
  • Production Category: Humorous
  • Song Title: "Russian Sabre Dance"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark
  • "Everywhere" [4:15]
  • Fandom: Birds of Prey
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Everywhere"
  • Video Producer: Scott Clark

Also Available: Vids by Star Base Andromeda Fan Club 1998

  • "Sunny Came Home" [4:24]
  • Fandom: Babylon 5
  • Production Category: Song Interpretation
  • Song Title: "Sunny Came Home"
  • Video Producer: The Members of Star Base Andromeda