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Tonight we will be discussing classic movies. There's so many to choose from it's ridiculous and of course we'll probably think of a few that we should've mentioned after the show but that's what makes it so entertaining; the countless list options!
I mean everything from horror to suspense to thrillers to comedies to action when you talk classic movies it's almost like taking a time machine back to when that movie first came out and you had saw it for the first time.
So let's take a trip down memory lane and revisit those classic moments. This is gonna be a fun show so make sure you don't miss out. To hear the live show by phone call 347-838-9540 at 9PM EST.
Topic of the day: What are some of the movies no matter how low budget and dumb they were, are movies that you can watch over and over again? What movies have the worst acting in them but you still look at it and laugh? Name your top 5 movies...Tune in for Quamane and Shanny D's Hot topic section...and see who is being trashed this week on the Cash and Trash section...
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Tonight in adddition to our usual bits will be the return of "the Man, the Myth, the Legand" Marc B. Lee. He will wade into the shark invested waters that is the ongoing Old Trek, New Trek, JJ's Trek. He may not escape unscathed; but he'll look like his usual sharped dressed man doing it...
Join The Forkchop and his friends as they discuss this weeks latest and greatest topics in all forms of entertainment and pop culture. This week, our good friend and movie fanatic D Scott Hill stops by for a lively conversation about the latest movies out in theaters.
Join Marcus Blake, Brendan Smith, and Alex on That Nerd Show as we talk about The best music movies that are not musicals. We will be talking about our favorite music movies where the music serves as a character and helps make the movie other than musicals. Listen to That Nerd Show at 10pm cst @ thatnerdshow.com
John Goodman is the author the book "Mingus Speaks." John will be chatting with co-hosts Alan Bramwell (Giants of Jazz Radio) and Jose Reyes (Jazz Con Class Radio). This interview will mostly concentrate on this revealing book and also on Mingus' amazing career. He was a genius but was very temperamental and was sometimes very hard to work with as a musician but John somehow was able to find a confort zone for these one-on-one interviews. Listen in and/or call in with your questions.
MINGUS SPEAKS is a book of extended interviews which allowed the man to explain himself. He was assisted by me, the interviewer, and by a number of close associates who commented on aspects of his life, behavior and music.
We did the interviews in 1972 and 1974, five years before Mingus died. It was a contentious and wonderful period in his life and for his music....Learn More
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Here's an opportunity to reminisce about our favorite TV shows and also hear from some of our favorite TV and film personalities. TV Confidential often focuses on classic shows from the 1950s, '60s, '70s, '80s and even today!
Previous guests include Barbara Feldon, Monty Hall, Bill Daily, , Barry Livingston, Maharis, Pat Harrington, Julie Newmar, Stacy Keach, Dee Wallace, Lee Meriwether, and more.
Join host Ed Robertson for a ALL about our favorite televison shows and stars from and the movies on TV Confidential!
Alan Champion was one of my mentors and he used this platform to announce his condition and appreciated all the love and support he got. He was well-known for being the top interpreter in NYC for all the Broadway plays. I was honored to have learned and worked with him on several plays, my favorite was Shrek when he gave me the lead and was my donkey. He was all about support.