Paleo-Cinema Podcast and Blog
The podcast of movies more than 20 years old. Giallo, film noir, drama, comedy, musicals, the lot. Sharing the good stuff since 2007
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Sep 19, 2016
Paleo-Cinema Podcast 196 - The Fall Of The Wild River.
For this week's podcast, I look at two films that weren't really appreciated at the time of their release. The first of these is Anthony Mann's historical epic from 1964 - The Fall Of The Roman Empire starring Stephen Boyd, Sophia Loren and Alec Guinness and the second is an Elia Kazan movie from 1960, Big River starring Montgomery Clift, Lee Remick and Jo Van Fleet. Both films didn't get enough love and both have something important to say politically.
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Sep 4, 2016
Paleo-Cinema Podcast 195 - The Magic Of Gene Wilder
This time, to celebrate the life of Gene Wilder who stepped on the rainbow this week, I take a look at his work and career and explain what was magical about this strange-looking and extremely talented man.
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Aug 20, 2016
Paleo-Cinema Podcast 194 - The Importance Of Being The Reckoning.
Two very different movies this time. The definitive and classic version of Oscar Wilde's 1895 play The Importance Of Being Earnest (1952) starring Michael Redgrave, Joan Greenwood and Margaret Rutherford, then we move to 1969 for a forgotten but gritty drama The Reckoning starring Nicol Williamson and Anne Bell. We go from upper class frippery to working class angst in one fell podcast.
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