A ton of movies by Noah B. Wilson and friends going all the way back to 1999.

Hi. I'm Noah and this is the story of Smiley Crew Productions: a group of friends who were always ahead of their time. Way back in 1998 in between my sophomore and junior years of high school, I got very interested in filmmaking after acquiring a video camera and a stupid bit of video software called Avid Videoshoppe. I had always tinkered with computers and really crappy animation, but after figuring out how to hook my camera up to an old Apple LC3 (I think that's what it was called), I found I could edit video, and it was awesome. Granted, I couldn't get the video off the computer, so I set the camera up to video tape the screen, and well, that's how I made the first of our old videos. Keep in mind this is well before youtube, and it was still pretty much impossible to get a video on the internet.

Hell bent on progress, I would get an iMac during my senior year of high school and handy piece of video editing software called iMovie 1.0. Yes, the original. Dusty Gaebel, Ben McKenna, and I made The Adventures of Rex Miller in 1999 with that software and a digital camera (my first video camera was still analog!), and Smiley Crew Productions was on the title screen. Yet iMovie did not satisfy me, and I quickly stumbled upon Final Cut Pro 1.0. Another original. After tinkering and learning the program in my own bedroom, I came up with the idea to shoot Rex Miller 2, and well ... that was that. Dusty and Ben came back, and Chezare Autrey appeared as well. It was a goofy movie, and Matrix parodies were all rage. Can you blame me?

Loving that we could make movies, ideas poured in from all our friends. Luis Martinez and Max Marple came up with Animal Fury, and we shot a few episodes like this one. Luis joined me on a show called Police Beat, which sadly I don't have copies of online at the moment. Our stupid news show Action Jackson News 22 was very popular as Luis and Matt Taverner were a great pair. Eric Maple joined in on the news fun. My brother Gabe Wilson got a camera for himself and made a few original episodes of The Boozer The Clown Show, and when he visited, we shot a few funny things. We made so many videos in 2001 that I lost track of some of them, but those are the ones that really stuck out.

Thankfully for us kids without Youtube, Cable Access was born in 2001 and we were on it, literally. We had already shot a ton of stuff, and now we were inspired to do more. Dusty, CJ Goodwin, and I did some fun episodes of a goofy show Dusty came up with called WeGotYourBack.com (still to this day I cannot get the actual domain!). Ryan Hancock joined Gabe and The Boozer The Clown show became The Boozer and Stubs Show. We shot some early stuff, but the really great stuff wouldn't come for a few more years. Logan Mitchell joined up as a keyboardist for a movie CJ and I made called The Risk Taker, and then stepped in front of the camera co-starring with me in Hitmen. (I don't have the original pilot we made for Hitmen online, but it got really good in 2008). From 2001-2005, we aired quite a few shows on Cable Access from New Show (7) to Prime Time Crew (6) to Chaos City (2) to Last Stand (10) to Sideshow (6). I think that was it. I am trying really hard to get the entire episodes of these shows online because they have some great bits which were not a part of any series. They were just us being funny, and who doesn't love that? Cable Access fun came to an end when I went off to college in 2004. We did manage to produce Sideshow and get it on the air in 2005, but we didn't really do many new skits.

College in 2004-2005 limited my ability to make movies because, well, I didn't have my team of awesome actors! Moving away, I was stuck with a need to continue to make something, and that's when I got into Flash animation. Homestar Runner was popular, Youtube was just starting to grow, and I always loved making silly voices. Being the guy who always held the camera for years and years, cartoons let me finally develop some characters of my own like Dr. Kockpocalipse, Johnny Thunderpants, and several others down the road. Joey Milano and Kiwi Simpson offered their voices to my cartoons, among original crew members like Logan, Max, and Gabe. I wish I had more patience to make cartoons because some of them I loved to death from a writing standpoint. My animation wasn't all that great, but I enjoyed coming up with silly plots like the ones from Tales From Chaos City. I think if I had all the time in the world, I would really push Anarchy Island. The Anarchy Island Shots I made were just me trying to get something written and produced, and still stand as my favorite cartoons from an artistic standpoint. They were the last cartoons I made (as of 2017).

After college, some members of the gang and I got back together for 'one more ride'. Max and I rebooted Animal Fury and made 7 more episodes in 2007 and 2008. We talk about making a feature still. Logan and I made the real episodes of Hitmen in 2008. Gabe, Ryan, and I made 11 (maybe 12) episodes of The Boozer And Stubs Show. Ryan and I got bored one day and went out and made some Migginnty Jones commercials. There's a lot of stuff sprinkled in here and there, but ya know: lives. We clearly missed the boat on being Youtube famous, but oh well, we made a ton of awesome stuff and I still love it to death.

Nowadays, I'm just making new games for SCP Games: SCP Arcade, Bomber Tanks, Jobin The Penguin, Retro Knight, and Robot Gardens. We don't really make movies much anymore because we're all spread out with wives and kids and what not. Nevertheless, here's a bunch of stuff we made throughout the years, so enjoy it ... or else!


Just so I don't miss anyone because a lot of people helped make SCP great and fun, lemme be sure to list all the people I can remember: Anthony Martinez, Liz Wilt, Drew Gaebel, Josh Archuleta, Marci Calvillo, Adam Vickers, Matt Morey, Tony Torres, Conner Lawler, and Nick Bishop. If I missed your name, sorry, don't hate me. We filmed A LOT of stuff.