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Episode 954 - Gale Anne Hurd
Gale Anne Hurd is one of Hollywoodâ€™s most successful producers,Â with films like The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss and Armageddon under her belt. She tells Marc how her first job out of college, working as an assistant for Roger Corman, prepared her for a lifetime in the movies and how her collaboration with James Cameron helped her storm the gates of the studios. Gale also talks about shifting from feature films to producing documentaries,Â why most producers donâ€™t understand how film sets operate, and how she juggles her concurrent products, like the new movie Hell Fest, the new season of The Walking Dead, and the Amazon series Lore.Â This episode is sponsored by YouTube Music, SimpliSafe and Starbucks Doubleshot. Â
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#228 Allan Arkush
Emmy-winning director and producer Allan Arkush entertains Gilbert and Frank with tales of working at the late, great Fillmore East, crossing paths with Ol' Blue Eyes (and Groucho!) apprenticing for the legendary Roger Corman and directing the cult classic "Rock 'n' Roll High School." Also, Jackie Mason fails to connect, Malcolm McDowell talks to his crotch, Bruce Willis locks horns with Cybill Shepherd and "A Hard Day's Night" changes Allan's life forever. PLUS: P.J. Soles! "The Girl Can't Help It"! In praise of Alexander & Karaszewski! Zacherle introduces the Grateful Dead! And Allan (reluctantly) remembers "Caddyshack 2"!This episode is brought to you by Ageless Male Max and BlueChew (www.bluechew.com code: GILBERT).
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Nashville singer-songwriter Margo Price sold her car and pawned her wedding ring to pay for the studio time to make her first album, 'Midwest Farmer's Daughter.' The album was a success. She spoke with Terry Gross in 2017 when her second album, 'All American Made,' came out, and played songs about jail, drinking, and growing up on the family farm. Price is up for a Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Also, we remember character actor Dick Miller, who died this week at 90. "You don't have to be a leading man" to make it in Hollywood, he told Terry Gross in 1990. He appeared in more than 100 films, including 'Gremlins' and 'The Little Shop of Horrors.' TV critic David Bianculli reviews 'The ABC Murders,' an adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel about iconic detective Hercule Poirot. In this iteration, Poirot is played by John Malkovich.