Jul 12

This time around I'm looking at Australian dicks. Not phalluses but good honest Australian detectives starting out with 1975's Scobie Malone starring Jack Thompson and Judy Morris then a decade later looking at the adaptation of Peter Corris'Cliff Hardy novel The Empty Beach starring Bryan Brown and Anna Maria Monticelli. Enjoy!

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Jun 28

This time around the movies were selected by Miss Jane as part of the Paleo-Cinema Patreon Campaign. The first movie is a 1933 comedy/drama starring Lionel and John Barrymore, Wallace Beery and Jean Harlow: Dinner At Eight. The second movie is the film thought to be the funniest American comedy of all time, the Billy Wilder directed Some Like It Hot, with Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon.


I also look at the strange and cinematic death of French jazz musician and polymath Boris Vian.

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Jun 15

This time around, I announce the opportunity for every listener to be Lorenzo De Medici to my Michelangelo with The Paleo-Cinema/ Martian Drive In Patreon campaign

The movies this time are the 1949 Italian movie starring Orson Welles as Count Cagliostro: Black Magic, also starring Nancy Guild and Akim Tamiroff then we head to Broadway for the 1959 drama Career starring Tony Franciosa, Dean Martin, Shirley Maclaine and Carolyn Jones. We go from an 18th Century mesmerist and con man to a 20th Century actor. 
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Jun 01

This time around I look at the two 1980s Timothy Dalton James Bond films The Living Daylights and Licence To Kill. I talk about how they changed the franchise, how they foreshadowed some of the changes to appear later and the real world events that influenced the direction Eon Films took these movies in.

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May 17

This time we go from Rom-Com to 1970s action cinema with 1952's Pat and Mike starring Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn then zip-pan to 1972 for Lee Marvin and Gene Hackman in Michael Ritchie's Prime Cut.

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May 04

For 134 we have two truckin' movies: the 1953 classic Henri-Georges Clouzot thriller Le Salaire De La Peur (Wages Of Fear) and the 1958 American remake of it, Warner Bros Violent Road starring Brian Keith and Efrem Zimbalist Jr. One is among the best thrillers of all time and the other is an honest B-picture dishonestly copied from the former. 

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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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