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Episode 95: I Wouldn't Say That

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Welcome back to a new season of Attaboy Clarence, edging ever closer to the 100th episode…

In this week’s show…

Sookie has made a chart!

Jim has got B.O!

Bing Crosby has some advice!

The Merry Macs have got it in for my spellchecker!

There’s a real over use of exclamation marks!!

And then… there’s a trio (A TRIO) of radio adventures with one of Adam’s favourite old-time characters, followed by reviews of all four films that span off from his series!

It’s a bumper edition, so leave your cares outside and let’s start the new year off right with Episode 95 of Attaboy Clarence…

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The Aaaargh-ttaboy Clarence Halloween Special!

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Wooooooo! (That’s a ghost noise, by the way…)

It’s a spookfest this time round, with ghoulish reviews of three classic chillers, including a mad doctor with ice on the brain, a mad doctor with a murderer on his hands, and a mad doctor with a secret in the basement…

There’s eerie music from Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby and Mary Ann McCall!

Brook Darnell returns for an inside look at one of horror’s greatest icons!

There’s a dip into the Question Pot!

The winner of the Jamaica Inn competition is announced!

Sookie’s been getting into the Halloween spirit…

PLUS there’s a classic slice of Halloween radio…

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Episode 87: Hoods In The Woods

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In this week's episode, some belated thank yous, gorgeous music from Perry Como, Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly...

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Reviews of three movies... 1947's 'When The Bough Breaks' (most definitely NOT a psychological thriller), 1948's 'Here Comes Trouble' (most definitely almost a David Lynch film), and perhaps Adam's new most favourite film ever, 1944's 'Timber Queen' starring Richard "Grumpy Russell "Russ" Evans" Arlen, Sheldon Leonard, and the best character names ever! Oh and the best fight ever! And the worst plan ever! And... you'll see...

Radio entertainment this week comes from Suspense

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Episode 74: Chicken Soup

This week, hear all about the wonderful thing that "SCIENCE" discovered lately...

There's some classic MUSIC from Johnny Mercer, Bing Crosby and Bea Wain...

'Who The Hell Is That Hollywood Legend?' RETURNS with a new mystery to solve...

Find out who's won the VAL LEWTON competition...

Plus reviews of two movie favourites, the James Cagney & Pat O'Brien comic drama 'Ceiling Zero', and the scintillating 'The Farmer's Daughter' starring Loretta Young and Joseph Cotten.

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The Attaboy Clarence Christmas Special 2015

Merry Christmas, and welcome to the second annual festive edition of Attaboy Clarence, featuring...

A completely natural conversation about a Letter To Santa!

A festive Disney Christmas gift!

Santa playing 20 Questions!

Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson undergoing a very special identity crisis!

A warm and fuzzy adaptation of a true Christmas classic!

PLUS...

Special appearances from Bing Crosby, Walt Disney, Judy Garland, Sookie the dog, Arthur Askey,The Three Little Pigs, Basil Rathbone, Donald Duck, Perry Como, The Brighton Strangler, Nigel Bruce, Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra, YOU GUYS, and the return of Humphrey...

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The Attaboy Clarence Christmas Special

Join Adam for a show filled to the brim with Yuletide cheer, festive fun and Christmas spirit, as we draw 2014 to a close with the help of special guests Boris Karloff, Lauren Bacall, Dean Martin, Basil Rathbone, Frank Sinatra, The Muppets, Humphrey Bogart, Nigel Bruce, John Barrymore, Rudy Vallee, Nat King Cole, Orson Welles, Michael Caine, Bing Crosby and The Brighton Strangler... 

Also, THRILL to the most homoerotic car advert of all time, LEARN how to get the smoothest kisser for those mistletoe moments, RIDE along with a Christmas detective adventure and BE APPALLED as Humphrey arrives at a neighbour's house, only to find himself face to face with Mr White Christmas himself, in a horrifying recreation of one of the most awkward Christmas songs of all time...

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