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  1. www.blogtalkradio.com/retromoviechat SUPERMAN THE MOVIE Internet Radio discussion on my show Retro Movie Chat on Blog Talk radio Saturday January 22, 2011 "YOU WILL BELIEVE A MAN CAN FLY!" promised the teaser poster for SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE and they were right! Join me for this discussion on one of 1978's biggest box office hits and let me know what your thoughts are on the script, production design, score and Christopher Reeve's debut performance. Were you happy with Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor? Was it really that important to pay Marlon Brando $3 million dollars for his small role when all he did was read off cue cards? Were you a fan of the comics and how did this film version measure up? When was the first time you saw this film? Please call the hotline, (Free in the USA), 1(877) 806-7452 or stop by the chat room! You can also contact us through your computer if you are on SKYPE! Try to watch the film and it documentaries before the show, then it will be fresh in your memory and make the discussion much more fun! See ya there! Forward this to your friends! Craig Bishop host of Retro Movie Chat www.blogtalkradio.com/retromoviechat SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE segment will be LIVE on Saturday evening January 22nd 11pm eastern/ 10pm Central /8pm Pacific time. If you want an idea what my radio show is like follow the above link and listen to the segment I did last month for SUPERGIRL.
  2. I host an internet radio program on Blog Talk radio called RETRO MOVIE CHAT. On Saturday night, October 2nd 2010, 11pm eastern/ 10pm Central/8pm Pacific/ I will be doing a segment on UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HORROR FILMS & MONSTERS. Feel free to call in on the toll free number or hang in the chatroom with friends. Sorry this is such late notice but if you see this after the fact you can go to my site and listen to the archived segment and comment on it! Thanks Craig Bishop WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/RETROMOVIECHAT
  3. MGM cancels James Bond's license to kill

    RETRO MOVIE CHAT Internet Radio Show www.blogtalkradio.com/retromoviechat Airing September 11,2010 11pm Eastern/ 10pm Central/ 8pm Pacific. Please call the toll free hot line,utilize Skype through your computer or join the chat room. Topic of discussion will be James Bond films and how they have adapted over the decades to changing trends, world politics and film making in general. The main actors to portray him were Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig with unofficial performances by David Niven and Barry Nelson. For those of you who have read the novels, which actor is most close to the original Ian Fleming character? I'd like to also discuss the music which played an important part of the films success. The opening credits were an art form in itself,a visual compelling appetizer to prepare you for the main feast. Do you consider The early James Bond films sexist to women? Did they get any better? Please call in your opinions, I want to hear them! Also, it would be great if you could register with Blog Talk Radio and "follow" me or add me as a friend. That way when you call, I'll see a username instead of just a phone number on my switchboard and I'll be able to introduce you. Thanks! Oh, and if you have a headphone/microphone for your computer feel free to check out SKYPE as blog talk radio has a "click to call" feature that patches you into my switchboard right way without you having to dial my number! RETRO MOVIE CHAT
  4. RETRO MOVIE CHAT Internet Radio Show www.blogtalkradio.com/retromoviechat Airing September 11,2010 11pm Eastern/ 10pm Central/ 8pm Pacific. Please call the toll free hot line,utilize Skype through your computer or join the chat room. Topic of discussion will be James Bond films and how they have adapted over the decades to changing trends, world politics and film making in general. The main actors to portray him were Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig with unofficial performances by David Niven and Barry Nelson. For those of you who have read the novels, which actor is most close to the original Ian Fleming character? I'd like to also discuss the music which played an important part of the films success. The opening credits were an art form in itself,a visual compelling appetizer to prepare you for the main feast. Do you consider The early James Bond films sexist to women? Did they get any better? Please call in your opinions, I want to hear them! Also, it would be great if you could register with Blog Talk Radio and "follow" me or add me as a friend. That way when you call, I'll see a username instead of just a phone number on my switchboard and I'll be able to introduce you. Thanks! Oh, and if you have a headphone/microphone for your computer feel free to check out SKYPE as blog talk radio has a "click to call" feature that patches you into my switchboard right way without you having to dial my number! [RETRO MOVIE CHAT |www.blogtalkradio.com/retromoviechat]
  5. *RETRO MOVIE CHAT on BLOG TALK RADIO!* *Airing Saturday night 10pm CT, 8pm Pacific. 8/28/2010* [Check out Retro Movie Chat!| www.blogtalkradio.com/retromoviechat] Topic is ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE MOVIE SOUNDTRACKS and how they influenced your LIFE. Most movies began producing soundtracks in the late 50's and kicked it into gear in the 1970's where they were in competition with general pop albums. What were your favorites when you were younger and has that changed? Call in with the toll free hot line, through your computer with SKYPE or utilize my chat room. I will be discussing the various musicians most known for soundtrack excellence. In the beginning basically musicals had a soundtrack and that was it. Then little, by little, general films Like STAR WARS, SUPERMAN, JAWS and the James Bond films began to make their presence known with unforgettable scores. Even smaller films like CHARIOTS OF FIRE scored legendary themes helping to promote not only the album but the film itself. John William, Jerry Goldsmith,Bernard Herrmann, Maurice Jarre, John Barry, Franz Waxman and many more exploded on the music scene and have gone down in Hollywood history for their scores. In many cases film music can make or break the film. Just look at JAWS 3D. Italian musicians have contributed to some musical efforts that are specific to them. One of the rare breed of Director/ producer / composer is JOHN CARPENTER whose soundtracks for HALLOWEEN, THE FOG and his 1982 remake of THE THING added that special touch which made his films unforgettable. Do you have favorite composers or soundtracks that you feel more people should know about, please call in and tell us! We are focusing on Retro Movie music from before 1999. It would be great if you could leave a message on Retro Movie Chat stating you are from the TCM Community! Thanks! Craig Bishop WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/RETROMOVIECHAT

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