For this one, I'm doing political films starting with 1949's ALL THE KING's MEN starring Broderick Crawford, John Ireland and Mercedes McCambridge, then we go over to 1976 for ALL THE PRESIDENT's MEN starring Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman.
For the second podcast of Femme Fatale February- we look at Billy Wilder's archly sardonic look at Hollywood with Sunset Boulevard starring Gloria Swanson and William Holden, then on to 1981 for Lawrence Kasdan's erotic neo-noir Body Heat starring Kathleen Turner and William Hurt.
For the first of the two Femme Fatale February episodes, I take a look at the 1944 film noir classic Double Indemnity starring Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck and Edward G. Robinson then we head to 1992 for Basic Instinct starring Michael Douglas, Sharon Stone and Jeanne Tripplehorn.
For the second podcast of Kooky Film January I look at the 1972 gay transvestite biker film Pink Angels starring John Alderman and an 8x12 glossy of Robert Goulet and then we go to 1977 for the cutest talking vagina movie in cinema history, Chatterbox starring Candice Rialson and Rip Taylor.
For the January Gonzo Movie Month here at Paleo-Cinema, I'm looking at a couple of crazy flicks. 1980's Where The Buffalo Roam starring Bill Murray as Hunter S. Thompson and Peter Boyle, then we take you jive turkeys back to 1975 for Rudy Ray Moore's iconic Dolemite also starring Jerry Jones. Journalists and pimps. What more can you want?
This time around, after a rough year for many of us, it's a music episode with optimistic, upbeat music for the end of the year. Enjoy the season however you perceive it.
This time it's two obscure but worthwhile movies based on novels by John D. MacDonald, who was born a century ago this year. First Man-Trap from 1961 - directed by Edmond O'Brien and starring Jeffrey Hunter, David Janssen and Stella Stevens, then A Flash of Green from 1985 starring Ed Harris, Richard Jordan and Blair Brown.
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For 201 we look at two movies on a similar subject from either end of the War. First off we have Charlie Chaplin's 1940 comedy The Great Dictator starring Paulette Goddard and Reginald Owens, then we go to 1961 for Stanley Kramer's Judgement at Nuremberg starring Spencer Tracy, Maximllian Schell, Burt Lancaster and Richard Widmark.
A very heavy episode to record but scarily timely.
For the big Two Double Zero Alisa Krasnostein and I take a look at two 'women's films' from 1965. First off, it's Love Has Many Faces starring Lana Turner, Hugh O'Brian and Cliff Robertson, then it's time for Sylvia starring Caroll Baker and George Maharis. Plus there is feedback. Support the podcast via Patreon.