Facsimile Movie of the Week! #20

Title: The Luck of Ginger Coffey
Screenplay: Brian Moore (from his novel)
Director: Irvin Kershner
Producer: Leon Roth
Cinematographer: Manny Wynn
Editor: Antony Gibbs
Music: Bernardo Segáll
Cast: Robert Shaw, Mary Ure, Liam Redmond, Tom Harvey and Libby McClintock
Studio: Crawley Films
Year: 1964

The Name of the Photographer is Gjon Mili #1

Model blowing on red feather boa (1950)

Lovebirds #9

Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe

The Criminal Mind #6

Mickey Spillane

The Regent of the Magic Kingdom #4

The Chairman #6

Stars in Twilight #5

Bessie Love

Non Fiction #2

Japan Before the War #1

Musicians in Action #5

Sarah Vaughan and Quincy Jones evaluate a recording

Prénom Anna #4

Encounters in the Realm of the Renowned #15

Yukio Mishima and Jean Cocteau

Facsimile Podcast #29:
Radio Free Gunslinger

Series 4, Episode 21: Carefree Living

Content for this episode of Radio Free Gunslinger is brought to you
by Manhattan Research; a division of Raymond Scott Enterprises, Inc.

It is entitled Carefree Living

This edition was programmed by Zach Mitchell

The Content

First Sequence:
JPEGMAFIA - Baby I'm Bleeding
L.V. Beethoven - Große Fuge, Op 133 (perf. by Takács Quartet)
Foxygen - Waitin' 4 U
Avey Tare & Panda Bear - Alvin Row
Funkadelic - I Wanna Know if It's Good to You

Second Sequence:
Television - Days
The Weirdos - Jungle Rock
The Temptations - Runaway Child, Running Wild
Clarence Carter - Patches
Tom Waits - All Stripped Down

Third Sequence:
George Antheil - A Jazz Symphony
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - Brown (from Black, Brown & Beige) (live)
Charles Mingus - Hobo Ho
Woody Herman & His Thundering Herd - Ebony Concerto (Part 1)
Maurice Ravel - 3. Presto (from Piano Concerto in G Major, M. 83)
(perf. by Martha Argerich, w. the London Symphony Orch.; Claudio Abbado, cond.)

Fourth Sequence:
Sleeping People - James Spader
Tame Impala - Disciples
King Krule - Biscuit Town
M83 - Sitting
The Fiery Furnaces - Straight Street

Béla Bartók - The Miraculous Mandarin Suite
(perf. by the Chicago Symphony Orch.; Georg Solti, cond.)

Atheists, Fools and Madmen #4

Madmen: Grigori Rasputin

Caliphs of Cool #11

John Barrymore

Wordsmiths, Authors and Writers #9

Thomas Mann

LBJ in Action #7

Co-Conspirators #20

Eduard Tisse and Sergei Eisenstein

Claudia #4

The Heretofore Unmentioned #21

Karl Marx

The Name of the Photographer is Richard Avedon #12

Oscar Levant (1972)

This Week on Firing Line . . . #19

Harry Reems & Alan M. Dershowitz (1976)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #19

Title: Paul Merton's Birth of Hollywood (Part 1)
Director/Presenter: Paul Merton
Studio: British Broadcasting Corp.
Year: 2011

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #18

Nina Simone leaves Juan-les-Pins where she found it (1969)

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #19

Title: Pinky
Screenplay: Philip Dunne (from the novel by Cid Ricketts Sumner)
Director: Elia Kazan
Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck
Cinematographer: Joseph MacDonald
Editor: Harmon Jones
Music: Alfred Newman
Cast: Jeanne Crain, Ethel Barrymore, Ethel Waters, William Lundigan,
Basil Ruysdael, Kenny Washington, Nina Mae McKinney
Studio: 20th Century-Fox
Year: 1949

The Name of the Photographer is Stanley Kubrick #8

People on escalators in a subway station (1946)

LP Art of a Certain Age #7

Title: Million Sellers from the Movies
Artists: 101 Strings
Label: Alshire
Year: 1972

Attorneys, Mouthpieces and Advocates #4

Jerry Geisler

Jane #3

Folkies #7

Burl Ives

Caliphs of Cool #10

Terence Stamp

The American Comic Artist #8

Shelley Berman

Players in Context #2

Benny Goodman

Dream Machines in Extremis #14

What Do Movie Directors Look Like? #14

David Lean

The Name of the Photographer is Richard Avedon #11

William F. Buckley, Jr. (1975)

Facsimile Podcast #28:
Radio Free Gunslinger

Series 4, Episode 20: Knowledge is a Dream

Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is Delmore Schwartz

It is entitled Knowledge is a Dream

The Content

First Sequence:
The Mad Lads - Let Me Repair Your Heart
L.V. Johnson - Don't Cha Mess with My Money, My Honey or My Woman
Sir Mack Rice - Bump Meat
Jacqui Verdell - He's Mine
Mel & Tim - That's the Way I Want to Live My Life

Second Sequence:
Otis Redding - The Happy Song (Dum Dum)
Judy Clay - You Can't Run Away from Your Heart
Derek Martin - Soul Power
Carla Thomas - B-A-B-Y
C.L. Blast - Double Up

Third Sequence:
Black Nasty - Talking to the People
Brook Benton - I Keep Thinking to Myself
The Soul Children - Love Makes It Right
Eddie Giles - Losing Boy
Joe Hicks - Ruby Dean

Fourth Sequence:
The Staple Singers - Brand New Day
Rudy Robinson & The Hungry Five - Got It Together
The T.S.U. Toronadoes - My Thing Is a Moving Thing
Rufus Thomas - Funky Way
Lee Sain - Them Hot Pants

Isaac Hayes - By the Time I Get to Phoenix

Co-Conspirators #19

Rita Hayworth, John Wayne and Claudia Cardinale

The American Comic Artist #7

Lenny Bruce

LBJ in Action #6

Songbirds #9

Leslie Gore

Julie #10

The Heretofore Unmentioned #20

Sharon Tate

The Name of the Photographer is Arthur Fellig #12

Facsimile Podcast #27: The Act of Seeing

Series 1, Episode 7:
Terra em Transe (Glauber Rocha; 1967)

This week on The Act of Seeing . . .

A mercifully short round of preliminaries lead to a lengthy discussion of Glauber Rocha's Terra em Transe . . . Cinema Novo and the other New Waves . . . Revolution and despair face off! . . . A Poet in the system . . . Pinpointing Rocha's viewpoint . . . The big-ass shadow of Orson Welles . . . Paulo and Diaz . . . The Fun Part . . . Protracted social media plugs . . . The program concludes

This Week on Firing Line . . . #18

Allen Ginsberg (1968)

Facsimile Film History Lesson #18

Title: Hollywood, The Golden Years: The RKO Story (Episode 6)
Producers: Charles Chabot, Rosemary Wilton
Presenter: Edward Asner
Studio: British Broadcasting Corp.
Year: 1987

Facsimile Afternoon Concert #17

Muddy Waters tells it in Dortmund (1976)

Facsimile Movie of the Week! #18

Title: Easy Living
Screenplay: Preston Sturges (from a story by Vera Caspary)
Director: Mitchell Leisen
Producer: Arthur Hornblow, Jr.
Cinematographer: Ted Tetzlaff
Editor: Doane Harrison
Cast: Jean Arthur, Edward Arnold, Ray Milland, Luis Alberni and Mary Nash
Studio: Paramount
Year: 1937

Encounters in the Realm of the Renowned #14

Johnny Mathis and Henry Mancini

Songwriters, Composers and Tunesmiths #6

Béla Bartók

The Name of the Photographer is Fan Ho #8

Alone (1963)

What Do Movies Look Like? #15

Title: Under the Volcano
Director: John Huston
Cinematographer: Gabriel Figueroa
Studio: Universal
Year: 1984

Attorneys, Mouthpieces and Advocates #3

Roy M. Cohn

Jazz Art #2

Title: The Opener
Artist: Curtis Fuller
Label: Blue Note
Year: 1957

Co-Conspirators #18

The cast and crew of Metropolis

The British Comic Artist #6

Max Miller