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. Advertisements
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.
t’s Christmas at Ticklish Business and our first episode sees guest Howard Casner and I compare and contrast the 1947 George Seaton feature, Miracle on 34th Street, with the 1994 … Continue Reading Ticklish Business Episode #32: Miracle on 34th Street (1947/1994)
How appropriate that our 31st episode comes out on Halloween night. In the last of four special Halloween episodes I talk to writer Kimberly Pierce about William Castle’s House on Haunted Hill (1959).
It’s October which means it’s all about Halloween at Ticklish Biz HQ. In the third of four special Halloween episodes I talk to Hollywoodland Unsolved host Ansley Gordon about our favorite unsolved Hollywood … Continue Reading Ticklish Business Episode #30: Classic Hollywood Unsolved Murders
It’s October which means it’s all about Halloween at Ticklish Biz HQ. In the first of four special Halloween episodes I talk to Karie Bible, author and tour guide at … Continue Reading Ticklish Business Episode #28: Interview with Hollywood Forever Tour Guide Karie Bible
Visit the lovely town of Morgan’s Creek as guest Adam Kautzer talks with me about director Preston Sturges and his work, as well as 1944’s The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek.
In honor of Maureen O’Hara’s birthday I’m joined by mother/daughter duo Colleen and Nora Fiore as we run down our top three favorite O’Hara films.
It’s a love affair – on screen – as guest William Bibbiani talks with me about Cary Grant’s 1957 romantic drama An Affair to Remember.
I’ve got rhythm! I’ve got music! And I’ve got guest Debbie Elias here to talk with me about Gene Kelly’s 1951 musical An American in Paris.
August is all about TCM’s Summer Under the Stars and in this bonus episode I look at several films throughout the month I recommend you make time for.