To celebrate the start of “Noirvember”, yours truly wanted to take some time to spotlight some of my personal favorites in the film noir movement. That’s right! It’s time for … Continue Reading Kim’s Top 5: Favorite Works of Film Noir
Actress Dyan Cannon sits down to talk about Otto Preminger, her career, and what the future holds for her. Listen to episodes early, receive gifts, and more by becoming a … Continue Reading Ticklish Business #98: Interview With Dyan Cannon
If you haven’t noticed already Journeys in Classic Film has been intermittent in its postings of late (okay, it’s been outright dead around here). My day job has sapped a … Continue Reading If You Haven’t Noticed….
If you follow the world of classic film biographies you probably know that acclaimed author Scott Eyman — author of the brilliant John Wayne: The Life and Legend — has … Continue Reading CONTEST: Win a Copy of ‘Cary Grant: A Brilliant Disguise’
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Actress Carroll Baker talks about her time in Hollywood, working with the legendary Elia Kazan on Baby Doll, and more. Find out more about Carroll’s latest book here. Listen to episodes early, … Continue Reading Ticklish Business #96: Interview With Actress Carroll Baker
Historian Farran Smith Nehme joins us this week to discuss Mary Astor, domestic dramas, and the 1936 feature Dodsworth. Support the podcast and get extra episodes, special gifts, and exclusive podcasts … Continue Reading Ticklish Business #95: Dodsworth (1936) w/Farran Smith Nehme
Special guest and director Anna Biller joins us to discuss the life, loves, and legacy of actress Marlene Dietrich. Support the podcast and get extra episodes, special gifts, and exclusive … Continue Reading Ticklish Business #94: Marlene Dietrich, Grand Dame of Moviedom (w/Anna Biller)
Let’s do a little silent film 101 and who better to speak about the silent screen than historian Fritzi Kramer? Learn more about Fritzi’s work and support it here. Support the … Continue Reading Ticklish Business #93: Getting Loud About Silents (w/Fritzi Kramer)
There are many versions of A Star is Born but the Ticklish Trio are discussing the best version (don’t yell at us!) with this week’s special guest: James Mason. Actually, … Continue Reading Ticklish Business #92: A Star is Born (1954)
Historian and author Nancy Wang Yuen joins us to talk about Asian American representation in classic film, the work of Anna May Wong, and Wong’s 1937 mystery Daughter of Shanghai. Buy … Continue Reading Ticklish Business #91: Anna May Wong (w/Nancy Wang Yuen)
Special guest Sheila O’Malley joins the Ticklish Trio on a trip to the bright lights of Las Vegas as they discuss Elvis Presley’s 1964 musical Viva Las Vegas. Support the podcast … Continue Reading Ticklish Business #90: Viva Las Vegas (1964, w/Sheila O’Malley)
The “Czar of Noir” himself, TCM’s Eddie Muller joins the Ticklish Trio on our Road to 100 to discuss Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, and the Greek tragedy known as In a … Continue Reading Ticklish Business #89: In a Lonely Place (1950, w/Eddie Muller)
It’s been nearly a year since I saw my first in the Bob Hope/Bing Crosby “Road to…” series, 1942’s Road to Morocco. Apparently I’m watching these backwards because here we … Continue Reading Road to Zanzibar (1941)
Mystery of the Wax Museum and House of Wax are practically the same movie, albeit the latter boasts a larger leading man in comparison to the former’s legendary director. Each … Continue Reading Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933) vs. House of Wax (1953)
Ten years after the landmark film The Moon is Blue marked the erosion of the Hollywood Production Code, several films continued pushing at the boundaries of the sex comedy. Many simply … Continue Reading Sunday in New York (1963)