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Episode 86: Gumshoes And Gentlemen

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Welcome back to an all-new series of Attaboy Clarence!

In this week's show, the benefits of fanfares, the most romantic song ever about a food product, more chances to guess at 'Who The Hell Is That Hollywood Legend?', PLUS...

News of a brand new FILM CLUB...

An ANNOUNCEMENT! (kind of...)

Another dive into the QUESTION POT...

REVIEWS of three classic movies, 'Jim Hanvey - Detective' from 1937, starring Donald Tru... Guy Kibbee! 1939's 'The Amazing Mr Williams' starring Joan Blondell and Melvyn Douglas, and 1938's 'The Baroness And The Butler' starring William Powell and Annabella!

Radio entertainment this week comes from the Lux Radio Theater

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Episode 76: Brave Men

In this week's episode, we'll be flinging around a few birthday wishes, PLUS...

REVEALED! The winner of the James Cagney competition...

REVIEWS! Three more classic movies to enjoy, including Joan Blondell in a battle of the sexes (1935's Traveling Saleslady), Jon Pertwee in a murder-mystery-vaudeville-comedy-thriller (1949's Murder At The Windmill), and the first screen role for Fred Astaire (1933's Dancing Lady)

There's MUSIC from Fred Astaire, Nat King Cole, and a very, VERY unusual blast from Adam's past...

PLUS another new competition that'll give one lucky winner a chance to own an instant bundle of RKO B-Movie classics!

Radio entertainment this week comes from the Screen DIrector's Playhouse

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Buckets Of Blood

Episode 9: Buckets Of Blood

Adam shows you the most addictive advertisement you'll ever hear. You'll want it at your wedding. Also, listen to the true story of Francis Aiello, also known as "The Earl Of Warwick", but who was he?
Hear reviews of 'The Doorway To Hell', a hard-hitting gangster drama starring a baby-faced doctor; James Cagney and Joan Blondell at their con-artist best in 'Blonde Crazy'; and the film that ended Louise Brooks' Hollywood career, 'The Canary Murder Case'.

The radio play this week is from a groundbreaking, smash-hit, true-crime British radio show from 1949, a grisly tale that may be unsuitable for younger ears...

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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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