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The Hundredth Episode!

It’s a very special CENTENARY EDITION of Attaboy Clarence!

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What a thrill it’s been to make one hundred of these shows, so let’s celebrate in the only way I know how, namely to tell you about some amazing movies, to present a wonderful piece of old-time radio, to snap our fingers to some classic music, and…

TIME TRAVEL back with me to some of the highs and lows, including my best impression of a 1970’s radio DJ, and the review that caused me to almost collapse…

…endure… I mean enjoy a CANTERBURY RETROSPECTIVE!

… come along for the moment that I met Brook Darnell LIVE IN PERSON!

…hear the Top 5 ads that kicked the advertising obsession off, PLUS we’ll dust off an old friend in order to make it through a lulu of a bra advert!

…hear the song that HUMPHREY’s covering these days!

SOOKIE’s on hand with her own tribute…

…and for the first time, a review of a movie that isn’t an actual review…

It’s all here in this very special HUNDREDTH EDITION OF ATTABOY CLARENCE! Can you believe we made it?

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Episode 45: Here Be Monsters!

This week, we're tiptoeing into the shadows once more, as a light is thrown onto some amazing creature features: 'The Valley Of Gwangi' (1969) and 'The Fly' (1958)...

But it isn't all good news, because Adam also accidentally watched his NEW WORST FILM OF ALL TIME, 1956's 'Indestructible Man' starring Lon Chaney Jr... (shudder...)

We'll also SING disturbing songs around a campfire, MARVEL at how cool popcorn can't be, and throw out some very international CANTERBURYS, so cringe in fear... It's Episode 45: Here Be Monsters!

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Episode 24: I Write With A Goose Quill, Dipped In Venom

This week Adam pays a musical tribute to a very nice email, challenges a listener to go 'Full-Lugosi' and take the "You have failed, Monk!" challenge!

Also, a shameless glimpse at this year's Good Podcasts Awards, which turned up a rather nice surprise.

Furthermore, who knew that Lanolin could be employed so well as a lyric, that Winston Cigarettes could come up with such a happy-clappy jingle, or that Adam could be so taken by verbose bartenders in old movies?

The hero of this week's show is the fabulous Mr Clifton Webb, Hollywood's go-to withering wit. Hear all about his two biggest roles, in that of Otto Preminger's 1944 noir-mystery classic 'Laura', and in the 1948 comedy sensation 'Sitting Pretty'.

This week's radio offering is from the Lux Radio Theatre, and keep listening to hear how you can win this week's prize, a Bluray boxset filled with Universal Monsters...

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