New Ticklish Business co-host Drea Clark joins me to talk about Centennial Celebrant, Robert Walker in his homefront drama Since You Went Away (1944). Advertisements
Author Tom Lisanti joins me to talk about his book, Talking Sixties Drive-In Movies and the 1965 Elvis Presley movie, Girl Happy.
Nell Minow returns to celebrate our Centennial Celebrant for June, Rita Hayworth by discussing her turn as the ultimate femme fatale in 1946’s Gilda.
Guest Lauren Humphries-Brooks is back to finish out May’s Centennial Celebrant John Dall by discussing his turn as one half of a murderous couple (again) in Gun Crazy.
Guest Lauren Humphries-Brooks is back to discuss May’s Centennial Celebrant John Dall by discussing his turn as one half of a murderous duo in Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope.
The episode’s a bit later than I anticipated but blame it on the TCM Classic Film Festival. Guest host Diana Bosch joins me to close out our William Holden tribute … Continue Reading Ticklish Business Episode #42: Top 3 Favorite William Holden Films
William Holden expert Diana Bosch joins me all month as we honor April’s centennial star. Diana and I look at Holden’s performance opposite Gloria Swanson in 1950’s Sunset Boulevard.
Kimberly Pierce helps me close out our tribute to actor Robert Preston as we discuss the feature that made him a legend, the 1962 musical The Music Man.
Kimberly Pierce joins me this month as we honor March’s Centennial Celebrant, Robert Preston. This episode we look at Preston’s earliest major role in Cecil B. DeMille’s 1939 epic Union Pacific.
Lauren Humphries-Brooks joins me once again as we honor February’s Centennial Celebrant, Ida Lupino. This episode we look at Lupino as director with her 1950 drama Outrage.
February’s Centennial star is actress/director Ida Lupino. Lauren Humphries-Brooks returns this month as we look at Ida Lupino, actress, with the 1946 costume drama Devotion.
My Leonard Bernstein tribute comes to a close as Kaci Kielmar and I discuss Bernstein’s only original film composition, 1954’s On the Waterfront.
My year-long Centennial Celebration kicks off with a two-episode look at composer Leonard Bernstein.
Guest Diana Bosch joins me as we share the classic films we each discovered in 2017.
A belated Christmas gift sees my Walt Sent Me cohost Todd Liebenow join me in a special crossover episode as we discuss Cary Grant in 1947’s The Bishop’s Wife.
Podcaster Lauren Humphries-Brooks joins me as we talk Barbara Stanwyck, feminism and whether Dennis Morgan is good in the 1945 romantic drama Christmas in Connecticut.