Paleo-Cinema Podcast A podcast about movies: all kinds of retro, cult, grindhouse, forgotten and interesting movies, childhood favourites and things I have just discovered.

May 23, 2019  

This time it's all about toxic masculinity and Doris Day. I start with the 1956 Doris Day thriller Julie also starring Louis Jourdan and Barry Sullivan then move on to the Australian neo-western feminist drama Shame, starring Deborra-Lee Furness and Tony Barry. 

 

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May 2, 2019  

This time around, I ramble about our trip to Japan last month. Food, culture, toys, travel, history and all the other things that make travel worthwhile. Back to movies next month,

 

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Catch you next time

April 6, 2019  

From gigolos to saintly doctors this time, starting with the 1969 movie Midnight Cowboy starring John Voight and Dustin Hoffman, then moving on to the second collaboration between Akira Kurasawa and Toshiro Mifune: 1949's The Quiet Duel. Both fantastic movies.

 

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Take care and we'll see ya after Japan. 

March 16, 2019  

This time around, it's Hitchcock and good old fashioned soap opera with nudity. Firstly, Alfred Hitchcock's 1948 stunt of a movie, Rope starring James Stewart, John Dall and Farley Granger, then we move on to 1974 for Number 96 - an Australian comedy based on a taboo-breaking television soap opera starring Elaine Lee and Johnny Lockwood. 

 

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Thanks for listening and take care of yourselves.

Time for some 1950s Don Siegel goodness, starting with the gritty and authentic Riot In Cell Block 11 starring Neville Brand and Leo Gordon, then to 1959 for the panoramic actioner Edge Of Eternity starring Cornel Wilde and Victoria Shaw. It's good to be back podcasting!

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In this episode, I look at the life and career of the great film and jazz composer Michel Legrand who died this week at the age of 86. 

 

His legacy is over 250 movie and tv scores, as well as his other collaborations with people like John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Claude Nougaro, Iggy Pop and Dusty Springfield.

 

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January 9, 2019  

For the first Paleo-Cinema of 2019 I look at the 1954 version of A Star Is Born, starring Judy Garland and James Mason, then we head forward to 1962 for the Italian masterpiece Il Sorpasso starring Vittorio Gassman and Jean-Louis Tritingant, which may be one of my new favourite films.

 

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Time for another music podcast. I mix up a lot of weird shit this time. Italian pop music, novelty seasonal songs and things I just like for no particular reason.

 

Enjoy the holiday season, peeps. Bigger and better things for us all next year.

 

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December 6, 2018  

For this episode, it's Northern California a century ago for the 1955 adaptation of John Steinbeck's East Of Eden, starring James Dean, Julie Harris and Raymond Massey. Then we head to 1961 for a small, forgotten political drama No Love For Johnnie starring Peter Finch, Billie Whitelaw and Stanley Holloway.

 

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Forty eight years in the making, Orson Welles' final film The Other Side Of The Wind has been released on Netflix. I talk about it and what I think about it. Watching this one was a weird, wonderful journey. 

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