Encounters in the Realm of the Renowned #7


Edith Head and Hannah Schygulla

Before or After? #8: Raoul Walsh

Before


After

Lovebirds #5


Gov. Earl Long and Fannie Belle Fleming (aka Blaze Starr)

Stars in Twilight #3


Rudy Vallee

The Name of the Photographer is Fan Ho #6


Dying Sun (1961)

Co-Conspirators #12


The Beatles

Facsimile Podcast #12:
Radio Free Gunslinger

Series 4, Episode 12:
Jackson Pollock Makes Sense



Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is Zero Mostel

It is entitled Jackson Pollock Makes Sense

The Content

First Sequence:
James P. Johnson - Blueberry Rhyme
Max Miller - I Can't Believe That You're In Love with Me
Nat 'King' Cole - Cole Capers
Eddie Heywood - When Your Lover Has Gone
Fats Waller - Stardust

Second Sequence:
George Shearing - This Nearly Was Mine
Ahmad Jamal - Little Old Lady
Claude Hopkins - 57th Street Blues
Earl Hines - Stanley Steamer
Jess Stacy - Lover Man

Third Sequence:
The Dudley Moore Trio - I Love Paris
Bud Powell - Thou Swell
Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn - In a Blue Summer Garden
John Lewis - Harlequin
The Vince Guaraldi Trio - On Green Dolphin Street

Fourth Sequence:
Thelonious Monk - I Love You, Sweetheart of All My Dreams (Take 2)
McCoy Tyner - I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face
Dave Brubeck - When I Grow Too Old to Dream
Charles Mingus - Myself When I Am Real
Erroll Garner - All My Loves Are You

Summation:
Cecil Taylor - Elell (live)

This Week on Firing Line . . . #10


Bernadette Devlin (1972)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #10


Title: D.W. Griffith: Father of Film (Part 2)
Written/Directed: Kevin Brownlow & David Gill
Narrator: Lindsay Anderson
Studio: Photoplay Productions
Year: 1993

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #10


Marlene Dietrich turns it out and sings the hits; live in London! (1972)

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #10


Title: American Boy: A Profile of Steven Prince
Treatment: Julia Cameron, Mardik Martin
Director: Martin Scorsese
Producer: Bert Lovitt
Cinematographer: Michael Chapman
Editors: Amy Holden Jones, Bert Lovitt
Cast: Steven Prince, Martin Scorsese, George Memmoli
Studio: New Empire Films
Year: 1978

The Name of the Photographer is Robert Frank #1


Political Rally (1956)

Claudia #1

Attorneys, Mouthpieces and Advocates #1


Louis Nizer

Caliphs of Cool #6


Charlie Rich

Survivors of Soul #7


Arthur Alexander

The Name of the Photographer is Stanley Kubrick #5


Portrait of Beatrice Pearson (1949)

The Heretofore Unmentioned #12


Felix Aylmer

Folkies #3


Tom Rush

The Name of the Photographer is Richard Avedon #4


Robin Tattersall and Suzy Parker (1956)

Atheists, Fools and Madmen #3


Atheists: Madelyn Murray O'Hair

What Do Movie Directors Look Like? #7


Andy Warhol

What Do Movies Look Like? #10


Title: Monkey On My Back
Director: André De Toth
Cinematographer: Maury Gertsman
Studio: United Artists
Year: 1957

Julie #5

Dream Machines in Extremis #7

The Name of the Photographer is William Gedney #2


Untitled (1966)

The British Comic Artist #5


Kenneth Williams

American Film Art #8


Title: Attack!
Director: Robert Aldrich
Studio: United Artists
Year: 1956

Apple #6


The Singer building (1908)

Co-Conspirators #11


Ernest Tubb & His Texas Troubadours

Facsimile Podcast #11:
Radio Free Gunslinger

Series 4, Episode 11: Every Love But True Love



Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is Julius H. Marx

It is entitled Every Love But True Love

This edition was programmed by Zach Mitchell

The Content

First Sequence:
Neutral Milk Hotel - Song Against Sex
R. Stevie Moore - Cool Daddio
John Maus - Keep Pushing On
The War On Drugs - Holding On
Hannah Diamond - Make Believe

Second Sequence:
Charlie Parker - Bird's Nest
Neon Indian - Street Level
The Rolling Stones - Fingerprint File
Bud Powell - Sure Thing
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, Op. 36:
IV. Finale - Allegro con fuoco
(Leningrad Philharmonic Orch.; Yevgeny Mravinsky, cond.)

Third Sequence:
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - Immune to Emotion
Joanna Newsom - Have One On Me
Sun Ra - India
Tyler, the Creator - Foreword
T. Rex - Jewel

Fourth Sequence:
ABBA - The Visitors
Primus - Lee Van Cleef
Destroyer - Bay of Pigs (Detail)
The Stereos - I Really Love You
Art Tatum - Love for Sale

Summation:
Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band - Mirror Man

This Week on Firing Line . . . #9


Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein (1974)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #9


Title: D.W. Griffith: Father of Film (Part 1)
Written/Directed: Kevin Brownlow & David Gill
Narrator: Lindsay Anderson
Studio: Photoplay Productions
Year: 1993

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #9


George Jones shows up at Church Street Station in Orlando, FL (1984)

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #9


Title: Foolish Wives
Writer/Director: Erich von Stroheim
Producer: Irving Thalberg
Cinematographers: William H. Daniels, Ben F. Reynolds
Editor: Arthur Ripley
Music: Ancient Loops
Cast: Erich von Stroheim, Miss Dupont, Maud George, Mae Busch,
Rudolph Christians, Dale Fuller, Caesare Gravina
Studio: Universal Film Manufacturing Co.
Year: 1922

What Do Movies Look Like? #9


Title: Face in the Rain
Director: Irvin Kershner
Cinematographer: Haskell Wexler
Studio: Embassy Pictures
Year: 1963

Heroes of the New American Cinema #4


Jonas Mekas

Prénom Anna #3

The Heretofore Unmentioned #11


Rod McKuen

The Name of the Photographer is Cecil Beaton #2


Marlon Brando (1946)

Wordsmiths, Authors and Writers #3


Charles Jackson

Survivors of Soul #6


P.P. Arnold

Natalie #3

The Criminal Mind #3


Edgar Wallace

LP Art of a Certain Age #4


Title: The Mancini Touch
Artists: Henry Mancini & His Orchestra
Label: RCA-Victor
Year: 1959

What Do Movie Directors Look Like? #6


Robert Aldrich

The Name of the Photographer is Arthur Fellig #6

Co-Conspirators #10


Johnnie and Fanny Cradock

Dream Machines in Extremis #6

Caliphs of Cool #5


Akira Kurosawa

Apple #5


Bryant Park (1966)

American Film Art #7


Title: Romance on the High Seas
Director: Michael Curtiz
Studio: Warner Bros.
Year: 1948

Encounters in the Realm of the Renowned #6


Jim Brown and Ethel Waters

Atheists, Fools and Madmen #2


Fools and Madmen: Lyndon Larouche

Facsimile Podcast #10:
Radio Free Gunslinger

Series 4, Episode 10:
The New Years' Day Dance Party Record!!



Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is La Wanda Page

It is entitled The New Years' Day Dance Party Record!!

The Content

First Sequence:
Archie Bell & The Drells - There's Gonna Be a Showdown
Bob & Earl - Harlem Shuffle
Joe Tex - Chicken Crazy
Candy & The Kisses - The 81
Jackie Lee - The Duck

Second Sequence:
The JBs - Gimme Some More
The Believers - Mr. Hot Pants
Lyn Collins - Put It On the Line
Bobby Byrd - Doin' the Do
Marva Whitney - What Do I Have to Do to Prove My Love to You?

Third Sequence:
Sylvester - You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)
McFadden & Whitehead - Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now
Yvonne Ellman - If I Can't Have You
Moment of Truth - Helplessly
Alicia Bridges - I Love the Nightlife (Disco 'Round)

Fourth Sequence:
Doris Troy - I'll Do Anything
Erma Franklin - Gotta Find Me a Lover
Freda Payne - Band of Gold
Ann Peebles - Part Time Love
Candi Staton - I'd Rather Be an Old Man's Sweetheart

Summation:
Double Exposure - Everyman (Joe Claussell Remix)

This Week on Firing Line . . . #8


David Susskind (1966)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #8


Title: The Chaplin Puzzle
Writer: Joseph Adamson
Director/Producer: Don McGlynn
Narrator: Burgess Meredith
Studio: Jazzmedia
Year: 1992

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #8


Glenn Gould in a last-minute appearance with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra
(Karel Ančerl, cond.), performing Beethoven's Piano Concerto no. 5 in E flat; September, 1970

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #8


Title: Major Barbara
Screenplay: George Bernard Shaw (from his play)
Director/Producer: Gabriel Pascal
Cinematographer: Ronald Neame
Editors: David Lean, Charles Frend
Music: William Walton
Cast: Wendy Hiller, Rex Harrison, Robert Morley, Robert Newton, Sybil Thorndike,
Emlyn Williams, Marie Lohr, Penelope Dudley-Ward, Walter Hudd, David Tree, Deborah Kerr,
Donald Calthrop and Marie Ault
Studio: Gabriel Pascal Productions
Year: 1941

Songbirds #2


Alberta Hunter

Stage Art #4


Title: Subways Are for Sleeping
Book/Lyrics: Betty Comden & Adolph Green (from a book by Edmund G. Love)
Music: Jule Styne
Director/Choreographer: Michael Kidd
Producer: David Merrick
Venue: St. James Theatre
Performances: 205
Year: 1961