Apr 17

This time around, it's another playlist of my favourite songs. French chansons, movie related stuff, a potpourri of groovy sounds to get you through the season of chocolate eggs and Roman executions. 

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Apr 06

For 132 I do something a little different. Firstly, I look at Jules Dassin's 1950 London film noir, Night and the CIty starring Richard Widmar, Gene Tierney and Googie Withers, then take a look at the acting and directing career of Ida Lupino, from her start in London to her career as both an actor and a movie and tv director.

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Mar 22

For this one we go from the south of France to the Okie dustbowl of the 1930s. From 1973 and Truffaut's La Nuit Americaine (Day For Night) with Jacqueline Bisset and Jean-Pierre Aumont to 1940 and  John Ford's The Grapes Of Wrath starring Henry Fonda and Jane Darwell. 

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Mar 08

This time around for 130 I look at Quentin Tarantino's second feature film, 1994's Pulp Fiction and then to complete the set, I grok in fullness Walter Hill's 1979 flick based on a story over 2300 years old... The Warriors.

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Feb 21

For 129 and to celebrate St David's Day  on March 1st, I'm looking at two movies starring Welsh actors. Firstly, the 1967 dramatisation of The Great Train Robbery, prosaically entitled Robbery starring Sir Stanley Baker, Joanna Pettet and James Booth. Secondly, there's the 1964 movie adaptation of Tennessee Williams' play, The Night Of The Iguana starring Richard Burton, Ava Gardner, Deborah Kerr and Grayson Hall. 

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Feb 08

For 128 I look at two comedy satires about movies: 1987's Amazon Women On The Moon and the lesser known and lower budget 1989 movie That's Adequate - the only movie so far that starred both Robert Downey Jr. and Bruce Willis. 


There's also the competition. The first person to create a Paleo-Cinema Podcast Wikipedia page gets to pick two of the movies for the podcast and chat with me about them on a future episode.

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Jan 25

This time around I look at a couple of British black and white movies from the middle of the last century. 1946's murder mystery Green For Danger starring Alistair Sim, Leo Genn and Trevor Howard and 1950's So Long At The Fair starring Jean Simmons and Dirk Bogarde. Feedback as usual to kultguru@gmail.com or voicemails to 206-337-5398. 

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Jan 11

For 126 I look at a middle-range Hitchcock movie from 1942 - Saboteur starring Robert Cummings and Norman Lloyd. Then we zip-pan to 1966 for the Australian paen to multiculturalism and beer drinking, the Michael Powell directed Their A Weird Mob starring Walter Chiari and Chips Rafferty. Feedback: Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is 206-337-5398

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Dec 28

After topping Peter O'Toole with the last episode, I eulogise him with a look at his 1972 film, The Ruling Class also starring Alistair Sim, Arthur Lowe and Coral Browne. Then on to a 1957 western classic, 3:10 To Yuma starring Glenn Ford and Van Heflin. Mad English Lords and Sociopathic Stagecoach Robbers. What more do you need?

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Dec 14

For 124 I look at two famous films, one of which I have just seen for the first time. Firstly, we have the 1946 Raymond Chandler novel adaptation, The Big Sleep starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, directed by Howard Hawks and then the 1962 epic, Lawrence of Arabia starrig Peter O'Toole and the deserts of the Middle East. We have feedback as well. The email address is kultguru@gmail.com and the voicemail number is 206 3377721, 

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