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Back to the Balcony

An amused second look at movies and culture from the last century.
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Sep 15, 2016

Mario Bernardi drops by to have Breakfast at Tiffany’s. To Jim it’s just so much indigestion. Give a listen to see who you agree with.

Sep 1, 2016

They come in peace! But will Jim’s marriage continue the same way when his wife Pat comes to talk about Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

Aug 15, 2016
Things get a little naughty as guest Len Perdic returns to discuss Goldfinger and the limits of genitalia related character names. Whether you shake it or you stir it, it’s a hoot.
 
Aug 1, 2016

In this episode we discuss the movie American Graffiti with special guest Len Perdic.   Was this a coming of age film? Or was it all about the cars and music?  We can't decide.  Tune in as we discuss what made this film an American Icon.

Jul 15, 2016

Muscle Beach Party. With Frankie (I taught Arnold everything about body sculpting) and Annette (definitely not Miley Cyrus’ role model). How did this franchise last for six movies? Because American International was smarter than you think.

Jul 14, 2016

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World or The Birth of the Modern Cameo. So many stars, do they have enough to do? Any movie with The Three Stooges has to be a winner, right? Hmmm, let’s think about that.

Jul 13, 2016

In this episode we talk about the podcast Back to the Balcony.  An amused second look at movies from the 60's and 70's, and why that period was the most influential in movie history.  Do they stand the test of time? 

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