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Episode 58: Intermezzo

This week, it's competition time, and entering couldn't be simpler! Listen on for details, as well as news of the upcoming patron prizes...

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How about a completely ridiculous summer drink? And whoever heard of a blue tiger?

Questions are plucked from the question pot, PLUS hear all the wonderful words of wisdom from the YouTube channel that Adam was completely unaware of...

As for movies, this week is devoted entirely to just one masterpiece, the movie that brought Ingrid Bergman to Hollywood; 1939's 'Intermezzo'

Radio entertainment comes courtesy of the Lux Radio Theatre

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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…!

REVIEW The Attaboy Clarence Podcast at iTunes, Stitcher, or anywhere else you prefer, to gain Adam’s eternal, undying, and sometimes unwanted respect!

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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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Eric Blore

It's Love I'm After

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