BANZAI INSTITUTE ARCHIVES
The online Institute Archives are resources
for all Banzai Institute personnel as well as for journalists,
scholars, and others with an interest in the past activities
of the Institute, and its founder, Dr.
Buckaroo Banzai. Users are reminded
that some of the material on this site is considered to be sensitive
and you are therefore cautioned to take all necessary precautions
to prevent this information from falling into the hands of those
who might oppose the aims of the Institute.
||Some hard facts and persistant rumors about
Buckaroo Banzai, an article written by W.D. Richter
||Promotional booklet published by Suncoast
Video in conjunction with the 2002 release of the Buckaroo Banzai
||Recently declassified, portions of early,
unproduced scripts, some of the first efforts to dramatize the
life and times of Dr. B. Banzai. Intended for film historians
studying the evolution of the legend of Buckaroo Banzai.
||Excerpts from the classic collection of
lessons and parables from the early life of Dr. B. Banzai.
||Dr. Banzai has often observed that when one
is relaxed, one is most receptive to "stray bullets,"
the truly original ideas that sometimes lead to the greatest
discoveries in science. For B. Banzai, these seem to occur in
the bed, the bath, and the bus.
||Archival photography from the Jet Car's
record-breaking test run conducted at the San Antonio Proving
Grounds on June 12, 1984.
||A look at the literary prodigy who serves
as the chief chronicler of the life and times of Dr. B. Banzai.
||A photographic essay of the eclectic, hard-rocking
particle physicists known as Buckaroo Banzai and the Hong Kong
||A brief history of the varied, yet always
intriguing music of the Hong Kong Cavaliers, written by noted
rock music critic James Korngold.
(C) 1998, 2002, 2003
MGM/Sherwood Prod, Harry Bailly Prod, & Earl Mac Rauch. All