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 it's two movies that Quentin Tarantino said were influences on his new movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood: first we get Van Heflin, Tab Hunter and Kathryn Grant in Phil Karlson's Gunman's Walk then we move on to Arizona Raiders starring Audie Murphy and Buster Crabbe.


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This time around, I look at the prophetic and slightly pathetic 1979 American satirical comedy Americathon starring John Ritter, Zane Buzby and Peter Riegert. If you ever wanted to see Meat Loaf fight a car, this is the movie for you. I also waffle about watching movies in the cinema as opposed to home screens.


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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.


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