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Ticklish Business #106: Sound of Music

#114: Natalie Wood Tribute (Rebel Without a Cause & Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice) Ticklish Business

We're celebrating Natalie Wood's birthday by discussing not one, but two films with not one, but two special guests. Maureen Lee Lenker and Oriana Nudo of Hollywood-ography stop by chat about Wood's career and two of her defining feaures, 1955's Rebel Without a Cause and 1969's Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice.   Be sure to keep an eye out for our True Crime Summer series coming to Patreon. We kicked things off with a look at 2003's Wonderland the Four on the Floor murders. You can hear an exclusive sneak peek for free on our YouTube Channel.
  1. #114: Natalie Wood Tribute (Rebel Without a Cause & Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice)
  2. #113: Gidget (1959)
  3. Karina Longworth on Hedda Hopper & Louella Parsons
  4. #112: Jane Russell (with Biographer Christina Rice)
  5. #111: The Killers (1964) w/Max Allan Collins

Earlier this year we lost the great Christopher Plummer and in his honor we’re talking about his star-making role in The Sound of Music. Though the role didn’t immediately please Plummer we talk about his power as Captain Von Trapp, the majesty of the music, and why Hello, Dolly murdered the musical genre.

Kimberly Pierce View All

Podcaster at Hollywood and Wine, historian and filmmaker studying contributions of women in Classic TV. Film critic for Geek Girl Authority. Classic film lover for Ticklish Business.

You can find me on Twitter @kpierce624!

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