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Ticklish Business #109: Top 3 TCM Classic Film Festival Memories

#111: The Killers (1964) w/Max Allan Collins Ticklish Business

Noir author (and Kristen's favorite) Max Allan Collins joins us to discuss 1964's The Killers. Listen as we discuss the connections to Ernest Hemingway's original novel as well as the 1946 original adaptation, justice for the femme fatale, and Ronald Reagan as a villain. Listen to episodes early, receive gifts, and more by becoming a Patron. Visit our Patreon page. If we hit 1,000 followers on Twitter or Instagram we'll give away a prize packing containing 2 out-of-print Fox box sets as well as a complete set of TCM Film Festival exclusive pins!
  1. #111: The Killers (1964) w/Max Allan Collins
  2. #110: Sherlock Jr. (1924)
  3. #109: Top 3 TCM Classic Film Festival Memories
  4. #108: Kym Karath on Child Star Stardom and 'Sound of Music'
  5. #107: Bob Koster On His Father, Henry Koster

We may not be gathering in-person this year for the TCM Classic Film Festival, but in its place we’ll be sharing the top 3 memories we have from festivals past. We also have some podcast and TCM friends chiming in with the fest moments that make them smile.

Be sure to drop into our 3 TCM Film Festival Zooms (one for Patrons only) this week in celebration! 

Next Time: We’re getting silent with a look at the Buster Keaton comedy, 1924’s Sherlock Jr.

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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