Forgotten Filmcast Episode 109: The Pleasure Seekers

The new episode of the Forgotten Filmcast is here! This time, Todd is joined by Tom Lisanti from sixtiescinema.com to discuss a 1964 film featuring three sixties beauties. Ann-Margret, Carol Lynley and Pamela Tiffin star in The Pleasure Seekers. Download the Show: iTunes Podomatic Your Listen Show Notes: sixtiescinema.com Tom on Twitter Films Discussed: The... Continue Reading →

Made in Paris

Ann-Margret is an actress who continues to impress me. Whether she’s upstaging Elvis in Viva Las Vegas or rolling around in baked beans in Tommy, she brings incredible energy to each film she’s in. I won’t claim that every movie she’s been in is a classic, but her presence always makes things interesting. The 60’s... Continue Reading →

The Last Remake of Beau Geste

If ever there was someone with a face for comedy it was Marty Feldman. With his unique features, especially his bulging and often-crossed eyes, let’s just say it’s hard to imagine him reciting the poems of Shakespeare. He did, however, work with many comedy greats during his career. He teamed up with Graham Chapman and... Continue Reading →

A New Life

I’ve written previously on this blog about the mixed feelings I have about actor Alan Alda. I mean, I grew up watching M*A*S*H, but I never understood the appeal of Alda’s character, Hawkeye. Everyone seemed to love him, but as I watched I thought, “this guy’s really a bit of jerk.” I later found out... Continue Reading →

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