Alfred Hitchcock, Ernest Lehman, Bernard Hermann, and Cary Grant—what a glorious quartet! Hitchcock winds up the 1950’s with one of his best films of all, the lively, effervescent, wonderful, perfect North by Northwest. A film often held up not only for its entertainment value, but one of the best examples of classical film-making! IMDb entry
Orson & the soon-to-be-ex Mrs. Orson Welles on a cruise of total weirdness. A crazy amalgam of style and mystery and the strangely blonde tresses of the lovely Miss Hayworth. Even in the studio ordered recutting, this film is totally fascinating. IMDb entry
Once again, The Film Guys take to the phones to answer questions about love, life, and movies. The day this show was recorded, the “Blizzard of 2008” struck Ohio, dumping about fifteen inches of snow in less than a day on the startled citizenry! *bloop marks: a small triangular mark placed over a splice made in an optical soundtrack to cover the “pop” sound made by the image of the splice.