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Episode 91: Ready, Eddie, Go!

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In this week’s episode…

There’s a lovely new Sherlock Holmes book to investigate!

A new Canterbury!

The winner of the Audrey Hepburn competition is announced!

Advice for all you white-shoe-wearers!

Gorgeous music from Cab Calloway and Bessie Smith!

And…

A whole show dedicated to Edward G Robinson! A quartet of movies to tell you about, including the tale of an actor who takes revenge against a villain using a VERY OBVIOUS TWIST, a racketeer who makes the worst beer in the world, a crusading doctor who’s out to stop syphilis, and a dapper crime boss who joins a monastery!

It’s all inside, PLUS a visit to the Old Gold Comedy Show for half an hour of classic radio!

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Episode 71: The Man With The Dog

This week, the most bizarre ad EVER!

The Question Pot is once again open for business!

There's a ridiculously hard edition of 'Who The Hell Is That Hollywood Legend?'

Reviews this week come courtesy of Humphrey Bogart's breakout hit, the dramatic consequences of a one-night-stand, and a silent screen star's star turn in a very glossy wartime thriller...

Radio entertainment comes courtesy of the Screen Guild Theatre.

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Episode 51: Crime Time

This week, we're hanging out at the dark end of the street, as Adam presents three classic crime movies: 1932's 'The Hatchet Man', 1939's 'King Of The Underworld', and 1947's 'Kiss Of Death'...

Also, listen to how survey men used to waste their time...

Discover some fascinating new uses for Carnation evaporated milk...

Hear an entirely new range of Canterburys, including the "Canter-Betty", the "Candy-Bury Man" and the all new "Metallicanterbury"...

Plus, radio entertainment from the Lux Radio Theatre!

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Episode 49: Bogie Man

Attaboy Clarence returns featuring...

...vegetable cocktails, thank yous, computer-operating dogs, AND...

...three movies featuring Humphrey Bogart as a pilot, a cowboy, and a visitor to the east! Radio entertainment comes courtesy of a very special pairing...

Welcome back to Attaboy Clarence! Take a seat and relax.

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Episode 41: A Devil Of A Time

It's the very devilish Episode 41, containing...

Great news for pimps! Humphrey Bogart in-jokes! The return of The Brighton Strangler! Spam-Wiches! Cold-remedy Genies! A phone call to Adam's dad!

PLUS

Up pops the Devil in reviews of three films: 'The Seventh Victim', 'Alias Nick Beal', and 'The Devil And Daniel Webster'

Radio entertainment this week comes from a show that hasn't been featured here before, and tells the devilish tale of the price of seven years good luck...

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Episode 40: Ealing Good

In this week's episode, Adam's going through a midlife crisis! We'll hear a selection of songs with crazy-ass names! And we'll use All-Bran to restore our "regularity" back in tune...

Reviews this week come from England's finest, Ealing Studios, and a trio of films it produced in the early twentieth century, 'The Love Lottery', 'Barnacle Bill', and 'Pink String And Sealing Wax'...

...and utilising some terrible sleight-of-hand, Adam will link the whole boiling lot to a classic piece of radio entertainment...

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Episode 38: Good Lawd!

In this episode, Adam puts a whole new SLANT on Shakespearean names, ENTERS a competition live on air, and CREATES a new classic movie fan (with your help)...

We'll take a look at Humphrey Bogart's chilling 1951 thriller, 'The Enforcer', Mickey Rooney's preposterously befuddling attempt at going gangster in 1950's 'Quicksand', and take a trip through the creation of the Earth, hand in hand with "De Lawd", in the often controversial, but surprisingly delightful 'The Green Pastures' from 1936.

Radio entertainment this week comes from the Lux Radio Theatre, in a very biblical adaptation, starring Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr.

ALSO WITH ADDED Mentalfloss! Podcast Awards! 1980's High Fives! Machine-Gun-Canterburys!

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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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Episode 19: Big Shots!

In the final episode of Attaboy Clarence’s teens, we’re focusing on some classic action movies!

THRILL to reviews of ‘The Mark of Zorro’, ‘Pimpernel Smith’, ‘The Roaring Twenties’ and ‘Captain Blood’!

FROWN when you hear what’s on the menu for the delightful people who’ve made Adam’s birthday dreams come true!

RECOIL at the thought of Adam’s definition of Kreml Hair Tonic!

WATCH the new Film Club choice; the most dazzling of all Agatha Christie screen adaptations!

DISCOVER one of the most criminally overlooked Hollywood legends, a man who used every spare moment to take down the Nazis during World War II!

WIN not one, but THREE prizes, and all it takes is a little imagination…!

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Episode 14: Obsession

We've had some great... if... mystifying messages...?

Is anyone in the market for a NEW car?

Adam reviews 'The Body Snatcher', 'The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse' - yes, you read that correctly - 'The Saint's Vacation', and one of Adam's favourite films of all time: 'Obsession' from 1949, starring the breathtaking Sally Gray.

This week's radio play is from The Screen Guild Theatre, and Adam has actually gone out shopping for this week's competition prize. To enter is so very simple, and so very fun...

Also, details of the next Attaboy Clarence Special, which is coming up in a few weeks, and news of next week's radio play, perhaps the most infamous radio play of all time...

Turn the lights down low, and the headphones up high... and remember #sallygray

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The Beginning Of A Beautiful Friendship

Episode 10: The Beginning Of A Beautiful Friendship 

In this week's very Bogart affair, Adam finally compiles the Five Greatest Hat Adverts (or Hat-verts, if you will), and directs your attention to four Humphrey Bogart films that may have passed you by, including Bogart's only outing as a vampire, and a stone-cold classic first-person suspense thriller! 

This week's radio play features Bogart in perhaps his most iconic role. 

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The Attaboy Clarence Podcast will be on a very brief hiatus for a couple of weeks, while Adam works on Episode 11, another special documentary episode entitled 'Sex In Monochrome', but please stay subscribed and we'll be back with you as soon as we can. 

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Angels With Dirty Faces

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Episode 5, you beautiful people!

Adam reviews 'Stand-In' and 'It's Love I'm After' both with Leslie Howard, and both from 1937. 

Also, get tough with Jimmy Cagney's 'Angels With Dirty Faces', and its bizarre sequel, 'Angels Wash Their Faces' starring a former president of the USA.

And just who the hell DID win the 'Son' and the 'Ghost' of Frankenstein?

There's more love for Eric Blore, a wonderful James Cagney radio play from the Lux Radio Theatre, and news of next week's extravaganza, dedicated to Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce's Sherlock Holmes series of films and radio plays.

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