AttaboyClarence

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    A Universe Of Horrors!

    The Attaboy Clarence Podcast is proud to present 'A Universe Of Horrors', the latest special episode; a seven hour documentary detailing the rise of Universal Studios, of the horror genre, the movies, the stars and the personalities behind Hollywood's classic cycle of horror flicks. To get the show, visit the site at attaboyclarence.com or get it from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/attaboy-clarence-podcast-classic/id804001187?mt=2
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    Legendary Actress Lauren Bacall Passes Away at 89

    If anyone would like to hear her in action, you can find a full episode of Bold Venture in this small tribute: http://www.attaboyclarence.com/podcast/13/8/2014/episode-205-goodnight-slim
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    What cartoon do you like most?

    It's Tom and Jerry for me. Absolutely love every single short they made up until they went "groovy" in the sixties
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    Pre-Code that Pushed the Envelope

    I've been reading your posts in this thread, and you really, really need to check this out http://www.attaboyclarence.com/#/sex-in-monochrome/
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    Sex In Monochrome

    Just to let you know, Episode 11 of 'Attaboy Clarence' is a full-length documentary podcast running to almost three hours, about sex in cinema before 1934 when The Code began to be rigidly enforced: Episode 11: SPECIAL - Sex In Monochrome The Hollywood of the 30’s and 40’s is commonly known as The Golden Age of Hollywood, a time when foundations were built, techniques refined, and legends were born, but The Golden Age was built upon the bones of another generation; a liberal, free-spirited time when Hollywood creatively defied the censors, and let its imagination run free. Sex was an integral part of film-making from the very beginning, appearing on film just a year after its inception, and remaining one of the most popular, and controversial subjects during the birth of cinema. In this special episode, we’ll take a look at some of the keystones of sex in cinema, the men and women who were the first sex symbols, and the tragic figures who were its first casualties. The sex. The lies. The films. The scandals. And the force that finally brought Hollywood to heel in the mid-thirties. http://www.attaboyclarence.com/podcast/29/4/2014/episode-11-special-sex-in-monochrome
  6. rosebette, Ha, I know it's from Captain Blood. I didn't actually say the clip was from Zorro, it's just that Zorro was the last film I mentioned before the clip came on. Glad you liked it though
  7. No I didn't. I live in the UK, so Johnny Carson has kind of passed us by. I'll look on Youtube though. Thanks for the heads up
  8. Ha, thank you so much, finance
  9. Ah, I love William Powell. You have great taste, and thanks for the compliment!
  10. Hi folks, As you are all discerning film types, I thought I'd let you know that I've recently completed a podcast documentary on the Basil Rathbone/Nigel Bruce tenure as Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson. If you're a fan, or if you'd simply like to know more, you can download it at http://www.attaboyclarence.com/ for free. Many thanks, folks AC
  11. Hi folks, As you are all discerning film types, I thought I'd let you know that I've recently completed a podcast documentary on the Basil Rathbone/Nigel Bruce tenure as Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson. If you're a fan, or if you'd simply like to know more, you can download it at http://www.attaboyclarence.com/ for free. Many thanks, folks AC
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    Dodsworth: Honesty without crudity

    I love the look of happiness on Mary Astor's face at the end. Such a joyful expression. Magic stuff

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