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Tales From Hollywoodland Ep 37 | All About The Silent Film Era

All About The Silent Film Era & Early Talkies Too

In this episode of “Tales from Hollywoodland,” the hosts and their guest Lee discuss the silent film era’s rich history and its profound impact on the film industry. They explore the origins of film, animation, the transition to sound films, and the challenges actors faced during this shift. The conversation

ESO Board Silly Ep 41

ESO Board Silly Episode 41

In this episode of the ESO Bored Silly podcast, Mike, Mary and Kevin engage in a lively discussion about their excitement for upcoming concerts and music festivals, highlighting bands such as America, ELO, and OMD, and events like Merlefest and DelFest. They also delve into personal anecdotes related to running,

Callback For Corpse Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Callback For A Corpse’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

CALLBACK FOR A CORPSEA Maxi and Moxie MysteryBy Teel James GlennBold Adventure Press180 pgs. When we first saw the ads for this book, we were excited at what it suggested; a new mystery series featuring a sleuthing husband and wife team. Shades of Nick & Nora Charles, or Mr. &

Tales From Hollywoodland Ep 36 - Brando

Brando – The Man In The Leather Jacket

This week on Tales from Hollywoodland, Arthur, Julian, and Steve explore the mannerisms, machismo, and mythos of the truly iconic actor, Marlon Brando. From yelling “Stella!” so memorably in A Streetcar Named Desire, to his mumblings in the jungle in Apocalypse Now, with a visit along the way to The Wild One, Guys and

Earth Station Who Ep 348 - The Space Museum Review

Doctor Who: The Space Museum Review

Embark on a time-traveling adventure with the Earth Station Who Podcast as we delve into the iconic Doctor Who story ‘The Space Museum’! Join our hosts as they dissect and analyze every twist and turn of this classic episode, featuring the First Doctor and his companions. From thrilling encounters with

Tales of Tom Mix - Mountain Killer Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Tales of Tom Mix – Mountain Killer’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

TALES OF TOM MIX – MOUNTAIN KILLERBy Scott McCreaDS Productions130 pgs Tom Mix (Thomas Hezikiah Mix; January 6, 1880 – October 12, 1940) was an American film actor and the star of many early Western films between 1909 and 1935. He appeared in 291 films, all but nine of which

Tales From Hollywoodland Ep 34 | Las Vegas and The Rat Pack

Las Vegas and The Rat Pack | Tales From Hollywoodland

Step into the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas’ golden era with our latest episode of The Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast! Join us as we journey through the captivating history of the Rat Pack and their legendary reign over the iconic city. From Frank Sinatra’s smooth crooning to the high-stakes

Earth Station Who Ep 347 | Creature From The Pit

Creature From The Pit | Earth Station Who

Embark on an intergalactic journey with the Earth Station Who Podcast as we delve into the fantastical world of Doctor Who! In this captivating episode, join our hosts as they dissect and analyze the beloved Doctor Who story ‘Creature From The Pit.’ From thrilling encounters with alien creatures to the

Tales From Hollywoodland Ep 33 - The Life and Legend of John Wayne

The Life and Legend of John Wayne with Author Scott Eyman

Catch an exclusive glimpse into the legendary world of Hollywood with our latest episode of The Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast! Join us as we sit down with acclaimed author Scott Eyman for an enlightening discussion on his book, delving deep into the life and legacy of the iconic John Wayne.

Jackie Verona Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Jackie Verona – A Murder of Gypsies’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

JACKIE VERONA – A Murder of GypsiesBy Kimberly RichardsonPro Se Press88 pgs. The year is 1957 and Jackie Verona is a lovely black art student living in the progressive metropolis of Moon City. She is also very much in love with white musician and teacher, Clovis Willow. When Clovis’ younger

ESO Board Silly Ep 40

ESO Board Silly Ep 40

In this podcast episode, the hosts discuss the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s latest nominees, debating the merits and impact of artists like Mary J. Blige, Sinead O’Connor, Mariah Carey, and bands like Foreigner and Styx. They express surprise over certain acts’ absence and discuss the fan vote’s limited

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