The Way We Were: The Agony and The Ecstasy

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So if you have been keeping up with The Good, The Bad, and The Podcast, you are probably aware that today we released our ninth episode: Female Singers Moonlighting as Actresses (or some other really, really long title that you can thank Charles for—BAZINGA!). In this episode we discuss, among other things, the Streisand classic The Way We Were (1973). Now, you might be asking yourself why I felt the need to write even MORE about this movie after you’ve already heard me blather on about it for ten minutes during the podcast, and my answer to you is this: it is just that important (and also I forgot to …

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Butterfield 8: For a Good Time Call Liz Taylor

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What is there left to say about Elizabeth Taylor? The woman loved her diamonds, had 5 million ex-husbands (okay, seven…eight if you count Richard Burton twice), sex appeal out the wazoo, and cast SERIOUS doubt on the eternal question “Do blondes really have more fun?”.  She was voluptuous, saucy, and in the immortal words of Napoleon Dynamite: she did whatever she felt like, GOSH. She spoke her mind; she championed gay rights during the Rock Hudson/AIDS debacle–years and years before it was even remotely socially acceptable to do so. What I am trying to say to you is this: Girl had it going on. She was a little bit crazy, …

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