Jazz Art #1


Title: Jay & Kai + 6
Artists: The Jay & Kai Octet
Label: Columbia
Year: 1956

The Name of the Photographer is Stanley Kubrick #3


Jule Styne playing the piano (1949)

Julie #2

Before or After? #4: Maurice Chevalier

Before


After

American Film Art #3


Title: The Trip
Director: Roger Corman
Studio: American International
Year: 1967

Encounters in the Realm of the Renowned #4


Marlene Dietrich and Gen. Omar Bradley

The Adventures of Miles Dewey Davis III #3


Today's Adventure: Miles whispers

What Do Movies Look Like? #5


Title: All That Heaven Allows
Director: Douglas Sirk
Cinematographer: Russell Metty
Studio: Universal-International
Year: 1955

Thespians in Action #2


Bela Lugosi lounges

Heroes of the New American Cinema #3


Gregory Markopoulos

LP Art of a Certain Age #3


Title: C'mon... Get Happy!
Artist: Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra
Label: Capitol
Year: 1958

The American Comic Artist #4


Lou Costello

The Name of the Photographer is Arthur Fellig #3

The Heretofore Unmentioned #6


William Shawn

Big Voices #1


William Conrad

Facsimile Podcast #5: Radio Free Gunslinger

Series 4, Episode 5:
Tell Me Dreams Really Come True



Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is Sammy Davis, Jr.

It is entitled Tell Me Dreams Really Come True

The Content

First Sequence:
Shelly Manne & His Men - The Floater
Ted Nash & His Orchestra - The Brothers Go to Mother's
Phil Woods & Carl Saunders - Goofin' At the Coffee House
Ray Ellis & His Orchestra - Fallout!
Henry Mancini & Marian McPartland - Dreamsville

Second Sequence:
Kip Tyler - Summer Love
Lola Albright - Straight to Baby
The Four Freshmen - What's It Gonna Be?
Linda Lawson - More Than Ever
Scotty Engel - The Livin' End

Third Sequence:
Friends of Dean Martinez - Lonesome
Quincy Jones - Soldier in the Rain
James Moody - Two for the Road
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - The Second Time Around
Beat Pharmacy - Lujon

Fourth Sequence:
The Elsie Bianchi Trio - The Shadows of Paris
Dinah Washington - Six Bridges to Cross
The Anita Kerr Singers - Too Little Time
Claudine Longet - Nothing to Lose
Debbie Reynolds - The Sweetheart Tree

Summation:
Tim Armacost - Whistling Away the Dark (live)

This Week on Firing Line . . . #3


Madalyn Murray O'Hair (1971)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #3


Title: Truly, Madly, Cheaply!: British B Movies
Director: Hans Petch
Writer/Presenter: Matthew Sweet
Studio: BBC Scotland
Year: 2008

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #3


Bob Dylan brings the magic to Madison Square Garden, 1 November, 1998

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #3


Title: Paranoia
Screenplay: Adriaan Ditvoorst
Director: Adriaan Ditvoorst (from the novel by Willem Frederik Hermans)
Producer: Gijs Versluys
Cinematographer: Jan de Bont
Editor: Jan Bosdriesz
Music: Marco Klein
Cast: Kees van Eyck, Pamela Koevoets, Rudolf Lucieer, Paul Murk, Mimi Kok
Studio: Gofilex
Year: 1967

The Name of the Photographer is Leonard Freed #1


Youth (1965)

What Do Movie Directors Look Like? #1


Alain Resnais

Julie #1

Before or After? #3: Harry Nilsson

Before


After

Stage Art #3


Title: Broadway
Authors: Philip Dunning & George Abbott
Directors: Philip Dunning & George Abbott
Producer: Jed Harris
Venue: Broadhurst Theatre
Performances: 603
Year: 1926

Prénom Anna #2

Co-Conspirators #5


Francis Albert Sinatra and Nelson Riddle

Caliphs of Cool #3


Noël Coward

Authors in Action #4


Cleveland Amory and Charles Jackson collapse

The American Comic Artist #3


Milton Berle

The Name of the Photographer is William Gedney #1


Albany (1959)

What Do Movies Look Like? #4


Title: Seven Chances
Director: Buster Keaton
Cinematographer: Elgin Lessley
Studio: Metro-Goldwyn
Year: 1925

Apple #2


14 Astor Place (c. 1890)

The Heretofore Unmentioned #5


Mel Lyman

Encounters in the Realm of the Renowned #3


Jack Carter, Soupy Sales, Dick Martin, Bob Hope, James Durante, Dick Shawn,
Milton Berle, Wally Cox, Dan Rowan and Bill Dana

The Name of the Photographer is Fan Ho #3


Sun Rays (1959)

Parliamentarians #2


John Enoch Powell

Portraits from Gangland #3


Giuseppe 'Joe' Profaci

The Name of the Artist is David Levine #3


Isadora Duncan (1969)

Facsimile Podcast #4: Radio Free Gunslinger

Series 4, Episode 4: Song in Praise of Learning



Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is Bertolt Brecht

It is entitled Song in Praise of Learning

This edition was programmed by Stuart Collier

The Content

First Sequence:
Arthur Freed and Denny Markas - You and I
The Magnetic Fields - You and Me and the Moon
Lambchop - All Smiles and Mariachi
The Beach Boys - All I Wanna Do
Flamin’ Groovies - A Part from That

Second Sequence:
The Only Ones - The Whole of the Law
Merle Haggard - You Don't Have Very Far to Go
Real Estate - April's Song
Bedhead - Bedside Table
Miami Horror - Real Slow

Third Sequence:
Hüsker Dü - Terms of Psychic Warfare
Jackie DeShannon - Breakaway
The Undertones - Girls Don’t Like It
Fugazi - Combination Lock
Violent Femmes - Prove My Love

Fourth Sequence:
Perfect Pussy - Bells
Grimes - California
Beulah - Sunday Under Glass
Mitski - Townie
Bobby Freeman - Do You Wanna Dance?

Summation:
Jim O'Rourke - Prelude to 110 or 220/Women of the World

This Week on Firing Line . . . #2


Tom Wolfe (1975)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #2


Title: Louise Brooks
Directors: Richard Leacock, Charles Chabot
Narrator: Linda Hunt
Studio: British Broadcasting Corp.
Year: 1986

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #2


Jimmy Smith tears it up at the BBC in 1965

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #2


Title: Too Late for Tears
Screenplay: Roy Huggins
Director: Byron Haskin
Producer: Hunt Stromberg
Cinematographer: William C. Mellor
Editor: Harry Keller
Music: Dale Butts
Cast: Lizabeth Scott, Dan Duryea, Don Defore, Arthur Kennedy, Kristine Miller and Barry Kelley
Studio: United Artists
Year: 1949

The Chairman #1

Co-Conspirators #3


Leonard Bernstein and Glenn Gould

British Film Art #2


Title: It Always Rains On Sunday
Director: Robert Hamer
Studio: Ealing Studios
Year: 1947

Lovebirds #2


Barbara Payton and Franchot Tone

Musicians in Action #2


Randy Newman has a new Reprise album

Heroes of the New American Cinema #2


Ed Emshwiller

The Adventures of Miles Dewey Davis III #2


Today's Adventure: Miles acknowledges

Carry On, Tallulah! #1


Tallulah lectures on one foot while Security waits in the wings (1950)

American Film Art #2


Title: Hatari!
Director: Howard Hawks
Studio: Paramount
Year: 1962

Stage Art #2


Title: Redhead
Book: Herbert Fields, Dorothy Fields, Sidney Sheldon and David Shaw
Music: Albert Hague
Lyrics: Dorothy Fields
Director/Choreographer: Bob Fosse
Producers: Robert Fryer and Lawrence Carr
Venue: 46th Street Theatre
Performances: 452
Year: 1959

The American Comic Artist(s) #2


Marty Allen & Steve Rossi

Prénom Anna #1