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Join film critic Betty Jo Tucker, a confirmed movie addict, as she rants and raves about all things cinematic with co-host Jazz Shaw, producer Nikki Starr and noted movie critics – plus lots of fascinating film folks.

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Movie Addict HQ celebrates the 75th Anniversary of Gone with the Wind, one of the most successful films of all time. Film historian James Colt Harrison and Classic Film Guide founder Diana Saenger plan to join the festivities. Plus, Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne has been invited to call in. Listeners will also hear a clip from Cammie King Conlon's interview about playing Rhett and Scarlett's doomed daughter, Bonnie Blue Butler. Gone with the Wind, released in 1939, won 10 Oscars. It has been screened millions of times throughout the world. Fans of this beloved epic continue to celebrate the movie at various GWTW conventions. To honor this important anniversary, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) has teamed up with Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Fathom Events and The Harry Ransom Center for a multi-tiered celebration that includes a new Blu-ray release, screenings at over 600 theaters, an exhibit and new book on the making of the film, and a special screening of the movie on Turner Classic Movies. These activities are scheduled for the last part of September and early October. The late Cammie King Conlon, author of Bonnie Blue Butler: A Gone with the Wind Memoir, visited Movie Addict HQ four years ago to discuss her delightful book, which is filled with fascinating inside information concerning what happened on and off the set, including what it was like to work with Clark Gable and director Victor Fleming. Movie fans should enjoy hearing about these experiences in the clip from her terrific interview.
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Dr. Howard Gluss, psychologist and co-author of "Reel People: Finding Ourselves in the Movies," drops by to discuss his insights about film and psychology. Because of Dr. Gluss’ background in both the arts and psychology, he has been... more

Actor Michael Emerson’s previous interview about his work as the deceitful leader of “The Others” on TV’s "Lost" as well as other aspects of his impressive acting career will be replayed with a New Live Chat plus an additional segment... more

Fred Willard, considered by Jay Leno as ?the funniest man in the world,? drops by to talk about his upcoming stint as co-host of the Robert Osborne Classic Film Festival plus his extensive acting experience in such movies as "Best in Show,"... more

Hugh Jackman, who’s been chosen to host the upcoming Oscar® ceremony, deserves a tribute of his own. That’s why movie buff and award-winning blogger Fausta Wertz has agreed to join Betty Jo, Jazz and Nikki for a discussion of... more

What are the greatest love stories on film? In honor of Valentine’s Day, Kimberly Potts and Diana Saenger drop by to share their picks with Betty Jo, Jazz and Nikki. Kimberly is the author of "Everything I Need To Know I Learned from a... more

Filmmaker Ryan Dacko ran all the way from Syracuse, New York, to Hollywood, California, hoping to secure backing for his indie movie project from a mystery producer. Listen to Dacko discuss that daring journey and his unique film, “Plan... more

Oscar, the much sought-after golden guy himself, answers questions about the Academy Awards in an exclusive interview brought to you through the magic of BTR and the power of imagination. Noted film critics Diana Saenger and Mad... more

Tippi Hedren discusses her experience as an actress in such films as "The Birds," "Marnie" and "The Countess from Hong Kong" as well as her important work with the Shambala Preserve project. What was it like working with... more

Star Devin Ratray, who appeared in two "Home Alone" movies and many others, drops by to discuss "Courting Condi," the first-ever musical docu-tragi-comedy in cinema history. This unique new film follows Devin's hilarious campaign to woo... more

Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari joins Betty Jo, Jazz and Nikki for a lively discussion of the best and worst films of 2008. Lists from several ReelTalk Reviews movie critics will also be revealed on this special end-of-year show.

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