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Ticklish Business #110: Sherlock Jr. (1924)

#118: The Way We Were (1973) Ticklish Business

It's Kristen's birthday and with that dealer's choice, so she picked the 1973 swoony romantic drama The Way We Were. Guest Jill Marie Morris joins Kristen and Samantha to talk about the pairing of Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford, the highly contentious set, and whether Hubbell Gardner might be the worst character on-screen.   Reviews matter and you can help us out by giving us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts! Also, tell your friends to like and subscribe to our Patreon, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.   If we hit 300 Patrons on Patreon we'll embark on a 52-week series devoted to discussing every movie featured in TCM's The Essentials series!
  1. #118: The Way We Were (1973)
  2. #117: Gene Kelly Top 3 (with Patricia Ward Kelly)
  3. #116: Satire, Dr. Strangelove & The Great Dictator
  4. #115: Elizabeth Taylor, Montgomery Clift, and 'A Place in the Sun'
  5. #114: Natalie Wood Tribute (Rebel Without a Cause & Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice)

Kristen may be out this week but the Ticklish Trio holds down the fort by getting detective lessons from Buster Keaton! They’re discussing 1924’s Sherlock Jr., Buster Keaton’s vaudeville past and the nature of silent comedy.

Next Time: We have a special guest join us to talk The Killers (1946)

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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