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Aired 1 year ago 147:00
Episode 393: The Long Goodbye (1973)
We wrap up #Noirvember and our Philip Marlowe journey for the year with Robert Altman's The Long Goodbye (1973). Adapted by Leigh Brackett, one of the two main writers from Howard Hawksâ€™s The Big Sleep, the film stars Elliott Gould as Philip Marlowe, a man now out of time with the world. Eric Cohen and Terry Frost join Mike to discuss Philip Marlowe's place in the now and the Japanese mini-series of The Long Goodbye.
Aired 4 years ago 43:40
CIPYD Ep. 10: Anne Wheaton and The Dog Train
Wow, ten episodes and they said it couldn't be done! Actually, no one said that, but we're still really excited! We start off with a look back at 10 episodes of memories and the toys we lost along the way. Then, Renee has her most successful mutt minute yet! We're joined by writer, philanthropist and all-around awesome person Anne Wheaton! Anne tells us all about her dogs and dog-related activities! Finally, we tell you all about a human hero and his dog train dream-made-real! Enjoy!
Aired 1 year ago 129:40
Episode 390: Murder My Sweet (1944)
We continue our #Noirvember2018 coverage with the first in a trio of Raymond Chandler adaptations -- Edward Dymytrkâ€™s Murder My Sweet. Based on the second of Chandler's Philip Marlowe novels, Farewell My Lovely, the film stars Dick Powell "as you've never seen him before." Terry Frost and Eric Cohen join Mike to discuss the 1944 film and the 1976 adaptation. Tom Williams, the author of A Mysterious Something in the Light; the Life of Raymond Chandler, provides insight on Chandler's career in and out of Hollywood.