The Name of the Photographer is William Gedney #3


O'Rourke's (1959)

What Do Movies Look Like? #14


Title: A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate
Director: Charles Chaplin
Cinematographer: Roland Totheroh
Studio: United Artists
Year: 1923

Encounters in the Realm of the Renowned #12


Marilyn Monroe and Irving Berlin

Lovebirds #7


Helmut Berger and Luchino Visconti

Co-Conspirators #16


The Modern Jazz Quartet and The Swingle Singers

Facsimile Podcast #21: The Act of Seeing

Series 1, Episode 5:
The Iron Horse (John Ford; 1924)



This week on The Act of Seeing . . .

The first edition of The John Ford Movie Mystery . . . Tom and Stuart discuss 1924's The Iron Horse . . . The Epic in early American filmmaking . . . Dysfunctional dramaturgy/Fordian prototypes . . . What you see vs. What you're told . . . George O'Brien . . . From Reverence to Horseplay . . . Troubling racial politics . . . The old production paradigm . . . Frank Borzage's brother . . . A golden spike is driven into the earth, as the program concludes

This Week on Firing Line . . . #15


William Kunstler (1971)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #15


Title: Hollywood, The Golden Years: The RKO Story (Episode 3)
Producers: Charles Chabot, Rosemary Wilton
Presenter: Edward Asner
Studio: British Broadcasting Corp.
Year: 1987

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #14


Vladimir Horowitz rocks Carnegie Hall (1968)

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #15


Title: The Caretaker
Screenplay: Harold Pinter (from his play)
Director: Clive Donner
Producer: Michael Birkett
Cinematographer: Nicolas Roeg
Editor: Fergus McDonell
Music: Ron Grainer
Cast: Alan Bates, Donald Pleasance and Robert Shaw
Studio: Caretaker Films
Year: 1963

Songbirds #7


Fanny Brice

Julie #8

The Name of the Photographer is Leonard Freed #3


Washington, D.C. (1963)

The American Comic Artist #6


Gene Baylos

Jane #2

The Name of the Photographer is Richard Avedon #8


Rose Mary Woods (1975)

Songwriters, Composers and Tunesmiths #5


Virgil Thomson

Facsimile Podcast #20:
Radio Free Gunslinger

Series 4, Episode 16:
The Illuminator of the Human Heart



Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is Laurence Olivier

It is entitled The Illuminator of the Human Heart

The Content

First Sequence:
The Big Three Trio - After Awhile
Peppermint Harris - Angel Child
Prentice Moreland - Holy Mack'rel
Screamin' Joe Neal - Tell Me, Pretty Baby
Tony Alan - Holy Smoke

Second Sequence:
Beck - Sisters of Mercy
The House of Love - Who By Fire?
Judy Collins - Joan of Arc
The Vogues - Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye
Greg Ashley - True Love Leaves No Traces

Third Sequence:
Lord Large - The Pouch
Trummor & Orgel - Under Cover
Enri - The Performer
The Sugarman 3 - Soul Barrio, Part 2
Billy Preston - Ain't Got No Time to Play

Fourth Sequence:
Ensemble Nipponia - Musume dojoji
Tajima Tadashi - Yamagoe
Master Hagiwara - Rokudan-no-shirabe
Watazumi Doso - Fumon
The Kanze Noh Theater - Tsuru-no-mai

Summation:
Melvin Van Peebles - The Country Brother and the City Sister

The Heretofore Unmentioned #17


Gary Gilmore

The Name of the Photographer is Stanley Kubrick #7


Portrait of Zero Mostel (1949)

Natalie #5

LBJ in Action #4

Co-Conspirators #15


Bob Dylan and Albert Grossman

Apple #8


Brooklyn Bridge promenade (1903)

The Name of the Photographer is Arthur Fellig #9

Facsimile Podcast #19: The Act of Seeing

Series 1, Episode 4:
A ciascuno il suo (Elio Petri; 1967)



This week on The Act of Seeing . . .

The standard preliminaries . . . A statement of provocation from the filmmaker . . . A lengthy discussion of A ciascuno il suo begins . . . Localized conspiracies . . . The insanity of the banality of evil . . . Conspiracy, American Style . . . The Italian System . . . Fatalism in Satire . . . Foolishness and Rage . . . The panel confronts The Elio Petri Question head-on . . . The episode concludes

This Week on Firing Line . . . #14


David Merrick (1966)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #14


Title: Hollywood, The Golden Years: The RKO Story (Episode 2)
Producers: Charles Chabot, Rosemary Wilton
Presenter: Edward Asner
Studio: British Broadcasting Corp.
Year: 1987

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #13


Aretha Franklin performs Live at the Fillmore West; March, 1971

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #14


Title: Forbidden Fruit
Screenplay: Jeanie Macpherson (from a story by Jeanie Macpherson & Cecil B. DeMille)
Producer/Director: Cecil B. DeMille
Cinematography: Karl Struss, Alvin Wyckoff
Editor: Anne Bauchens
Cast: Agnes Ayres, Clarence Burton, Theodore Roberts, Kathlyn Williams, Forrest Stanley, Theodore Kosloff, Shannon Day and Bertram Johns
Studio: Paramount/Famous Players-Lasky
Year: 1921

Caliphs of Cool #8


Shirley Clarke

Wordsmiths, Authors and Writers #6


Richard Wright

The Dream Machine . . . as it was in life #1


The 1957 Chevrolet Corvette

The Name of the Photographer is Fan Ho #7


Cleaning (1950)

Encounters in the Realm of the Renowned #10


Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali

LBJ in Action #3

The Age of the Industrialist #4


Lew Wasserman

The Name of the Photographer is Richard Avedon #7


Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. (1964)

Folkies #5


Huddie Ledbetter

Songbirds #6


Martha Tilton

The Criminal Mind #4


Rex Stout

Facsimile Podcast #18:
Radio Free Gunslinger

Series 4, Episode 15:
Another Whole Human Being



Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is Judy Garland

It is entitled Another Whole Human Being

This edition was programmed by Zach Mitchell

The Content

First Sequence:
Gwen Farrar & Billy Mayerl - Masculine Women! Feminine Men!
Paul & Linda McCartney - Heart of the Country
Les Paul & Mary Ford - Whispering
Father John Misty - Pure Comedy
William Shatner - Mr. Tambourine Man

Second Sequence:
Jack Nitzsche - The Lonely Surfer
Billie Holiday - You Don't Know What Love Is
John Cale - Fear Is a Man's Best Friend
Randy Newman - Political Science
Public Image, Ltd. - Phenagen

Third Sequence:
The Louvin Brothers - Are You Afraid to Die?
Leonard Cohen - Democracy
The Honey Drippers - Ompeach the President
Unknown Studio Ensemble & Chorus - Suicide is Painless
Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Blank Generation

Fourth Sequence:
St. Vincent - Pills
Danny Brown - Downward Spiral
Coon-Sanders Original Nighthawks Orchestra - Ready for the River
Moby Grape - 8:05
Sid Vicious - My Way

Summation:
Maurice Ravel - La valse
(Orchestre de Paris; Jean Martinon, cond.)

The American Comic Artist #5


Lou Holtz

Stars in Twilight #4


Ginger Rogers

The Critical Community #3


Nat Hentoff

Claudia #3

The Heretofore Unmentioned #16


Scott Walker

What Do Movie Directors Look Like? #10


Blake Edwards

Co-Conspirators #14


The 5th Dimension

Facsimile Podcast #17: The Act of Seeing

Series 1, Episode 3:
The Servant (Joseph Losey; 1963)



This week on The Act of Seeing . . .

The unruly introduction . . . A feature-length commentary on Joseph Losey's The Servant . . . Tom and Stuart wax rhapsodic from Jump Street . . . The Class Warfare red herring . . . A sinister Jeeves & Wooster . . . Production backstories and cheap gossip . . . A sinister bedroom farce . . . Meet Me in St. Louis . . . Pinter and Coward . . . A beautifully fragmented third act . . . Requiem for an upper-class twit . . . The episode concludes

This Week on Firing Line . . . #13


William F. Buckley, Jr. (1983)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #13


Title: Hollywood, The Golden Years: The RKO Story (Episode 1)
Producers: Charles Chabot, Rosemary Wilton
Presenter: Edward Asner
Studio: British Broadcasting Corp.
Year: 1987

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #12


The Miles Davis Quintet saves the world, all the way from Milan; October, 1964

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #13


Title: City Streets
Screenplay: Oliver H.P. Garrett (from a story by Dashiell Hammett)
Director: Rouben Mamoulian
Producer: E. Lloyd Sheldon
Cinematography: Lee Garmes
Cast: Gary Cooper, Sylvia Sidney, Paul Lukas, William Boyd, Wynne Gibson, Guy Kibbee, Stanley Fields,
Betty Sinclair, Robert Homans and Barbara Leonard
Studio: Paramount
Year: 1931

Julie #7

The Name of the Photographer is Richard Avedon #6


Dick Hickock (1960)

Encounters in the Realm of the Renowned #9


Vincente Minnelli and Joe Louis

What Do Movies Look Like? #13


Title: A King and Four Queens
Director: Raoul Walsh
Cinematographer: Lucien Ballard
Studio: United Artists
Year: 1956