dame may whitty

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Romancing The Joan

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In this week’s show…

There was a meet-up in London, and people came!

Imagine, if you will, that you are a struggling musician… And imagine if you will, the tune you’d write to make you immortal…

I have podcast recommendations for you!

We’re diving into the Question Pot!

I have the funkiest song in HISTORY! Plus a gorgeous bop from Jo Stafford!

And today’s reviews are all dedicated to the eternal Joan Fontaine. Three movies featuring Saint Joan, but are they all worth catching? Hear what I think of 1938’s Maid’s Night Out, 1944’s Frenchman’s Creek, and 1941’s Suspicion!

Radio entertainment comes this week from Lux

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Episode 22: What Did Danny Do?

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In this week's episode, Adam jive-talks some relationship advice, tries to ascertain the exact type of coconut oil used in Fitch's Shampoo, throws out an entire collection of high-octane 1980's-style high-five-age, and lets you in on exactly which type of song gets him in the mood for cigarettes, as well as news of the Christmas Special, coming soon...

This week's reviews are MGM's experimental murder thriller 'Night Must Fall' from 1937, starring a very "oirish" Robert Montgomery, and 'They Drive By Night', a dark little British noir thriller from 1938, starring Ernest Thesiger as an impeccably-accented serial killer.

This weeks radio offering is from "Radio's Outstanding Theatre Of Thrills"

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