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.

This time we go from Charles Bronson to Burl Ives with the 1975 Alistair McLean adaptation Breakheart Pass starring Bronson, Jill Ireland and Richard Crenna, then we move back to 1958 for the adaptation of Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer Prize winning play Cat On A Hot Tin Roof starring Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman and Burl Ives. Could two movies be any more different?

 

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Back from hiatus, I take a look at a stylistically interesting biblical epic, 1954's The Silver Chalice with Paul Newman, Pier Angeli and Jack Palance, then to a 1952 hidden gem of a film noir with absolutely no dialogue at all, The Thief, starring Ray Milland and Rita Gam.

 

You can find The Thief on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAx8ZpW1cEw&feature=share

 

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This time around, I talk about another train trip to Sydney and the two movies I watched en route. The first is the second pilot TV movie for the David Janssen series Harry-O, Smile, Jenny You're Dead also starring Jodie Foster and Clu Gulager. Then a movie where the screenwriter copied his previous movie's beats and tropes, 1963's The Prize starring Paul Newman and Elke Sommer.

 

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