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Betty Jo Tucker

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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.

Upcoming Broadcasts

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Award-winning actress Joan Benedict Steiger talks about her longstanding passion for tap dancing plus her diverse experience in films, TV and live theater. Winner of the Eternity Award from the L. A. Women's Theater Festival, Joan... more
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On-Demand Episodes

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Jazz Shaw, an avid Humphrey Bogart fan, and film critic James Colt Harrison drop by to pay tribute to the man voted “the greatest movie star of all time” by Entertainment Weekly and ranked number one on The American Film Institute’s... more
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What do "Whale Rider," "Blood Diamond," "Dead Man," and "What Dreams May Come" have in common? Find out by listening to Mary Trainor-Brigham discuss her new book, "Deep Cinema: Film as Shamanic Initiation."
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How does "Burn After Reading" stack up with other films from the Coen Brothers? Film critics John P. McCarthy and Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari drop by to help Betty Jo and Nikki answer this question.
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Lorna Luft, Judy Garland's daughter, joins us for this special tribute to one of filmdom's greatest stars. Film critics James Colt Harrison and Diana Saenger also return to help with the show.
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Susan Granger and James Colt Harrison discuss MGM's golden age of filmmaking. Granger, whose father directed many MGM movies during the 1940s and 50s, appeared in some of his films as a child. Harrison has written a... more
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Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari returns for a discussion of the best and worst DVD offerings released this month. "What Happens in Vegas," "Smart People," "Prom Night," and the "Hannah Montana" concert film are among movies to be... more
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Tom Barnes, author of "Casablanca Film Trivia: Here's Looking at You, Kid," joins Betty Jo Tucker, Diana Saenger, Nikki Starr and Jazz Shaw for a tribute to one of America's favorite classic movies.
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Filmmaker David Worth drops by to discuss his informative and exciting new book, "The Citizen Kane Crash Course in Cinematography."
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Todd Fisher brings listeners up to date on the Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Motion Picture Museum -- and more Debbie fans call in with their personal tributes to her. Film critic James Colt Harrison and Debbie fan Gloria Walters return to help... more
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Octavio Gomez Berrios, winner of the 2008 Method Fest Breakthrough Actor Award, drops by to talk about his key role in ‘Harrison Montgomery,” a gritty and ethereal indie film also starring Oscar winner Martin Landau. Director Daniel... more

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