A blog and podcast about seminal and classic cinema from 1895 to 1990. Cult flicks, film noir, science fiction, horror and all kinds of exploitation.

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Aug 11, 2008

Paleo-Cinema Podcast 17- Breakfast At Scarsdale.

In Podcast 17 I (with the assistance of a co-reviewer - Sal) look at one of the coolest thrillers of 1967, the Terence Young directed Wait Until Dark starring Audrey Hepburn and Alan Arkin.

And a proto-post modern look at Hollywood scriptwriting, alcoholism, stealing the Eiffel Tower, movie producers and why Frankenstein and My Fair Lady are the same thing, 1963's Paris When It Sizzles starring William Holden, Audrey Hepburn and Tony Curtis.


I also do a brief look at the movie Quentin Tarantino's about to remake, Inglorious Bastards.

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1 comment:

monte said...

Never have I wanted to see a movie so badly after hearing the #17 podcast with you and Sal reviewing Wait Until Dark. I found a copy at my library that has been on hold for over two weeks, which I find odd since there are two copies in circulation. Then again, I could be in competition with other Paleo-Cinema listeners in the Detroit Metropolitan area.

I'll be double-featuring it with either The Girl Can't Help It or Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter.

Thanks, guys.