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Episode 39: Jimmy The Gent

In this week's episode...

LEARN how to make food taste better, with the judicious application of wine...

GRIMACE as we discover if it's possible to improve some classic movie lines with the use of sound effects...

CELEBRATE the birthdays of Adam and his all-time favourite movie star, this week's guest of honour: the one and only Mr James Cagney.

This week's reviews are of three of Mr Cagney's classics, including 1933's 'Lady Killer', 1936's 'Great Guy', and 1941's 'The Strawberry Blonde'.

Radio entertainment comes this week in the form of a very suspenseful outing for Cagney, as he pays a visit to radio's outstanding theatre of thrills, plus we'll take a trip back to 1981, when Cagney and his best friend, Pat O'Brien, journeyed to England, and recounted the story of how they met.

ALSO: Some thank yous! A mailing list! An amicable split! AND find out what the next special will be, once Hitchcock Part 3 has been finished...

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The New Adventures

Episode 7: The New Adventures...

This week's episode is a belt-buster, with reviews of 'Lucky Jordan', 'And Then There Were None', 'Charlie Chan In Egypt' and 'Bluebeard's Eighth Wife'.

Rita Cansino pops up in one of them, but which one? And who is she, anyway?

Thrill to not one, but two radio shows this week, as Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce get severely uncomfortable on 'The Uneasy Easy Chair', and share an early caper with 'The April Fools Day Adventure'.

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