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Movie Addict HQ welcomes noted film critic Marilyn Ferdinand, who kicks off the 2012 Film Preservation Blogathon during this special episode. Marilyn operates Ferdy on Films, which was named a Best World Cinema Blog of 2011. The upcoming For the Love of Film Blogathon, scheduled May 13 through May 18, ...
Lorna Luft talks about her famous mother, Judy Garland, and shares a beautiful mother/daughter medley with listeners. This rerun episode is an early Mother' s Day treat!  Lorna is an accomplished performer in her own right. She's won acclaim on stage, film and television. Plus she's a best-selling ...
Movie Addict HQ remembers the late, great Gilda Radner, who entertained fans throughout the world with her funny performances in films and on TV.  Lily Safani from Gilda's Club NYC, Nancy Lombardo of Comedy Concepts, and film critic A.J. Hakari join in this tribute to a legendary comic genius. ...
Movie Addict HQ revisits funny bits from past shows and begins the April book giveway drawing for copies of Confessions of a Movie Addict, host Betty Jo Tucker's amusing life story with everything but the movie stuff edited out. Plus Nancy Lombardo from Comedy Concepts drops by with her hilarious ...
Movie Addict HQ salutes Willem Dafoe, one of the best and busiest actors working today. Starring now in The Hunter, Dafoe has appeared in over 70 other films including such diverse offerings as Shadow of the Vampire, Platoon, Spider-Man, and Mr. Bean's Holiday. Film buff and award-winning blogger Fausta ...
Movie Addict HQ pokes fun at almost everything on film during this special April Fool episode. Film critic A.J. Hakari, the Mad Movie Man, drops by to discuss mockumentaries, spoof movies, film parodies, Mystery Science Theater 3000, and other cinematic nonsense. Comedian Nancy Lombardo from Comedy Concepts ...
Movie Addict Headquarters pays tribute to George Clooney, one of Hollywood's most colorful actors, during this episode. A revealing interview with Kimberly Potts, author of George Clooney: The Last Great Movie Star, will be revisited followed by a discussion of Clooney's latest projects as an actor ...
Movie Addict HQ celebrates the 70th Anniversary of Casablanca with Tom Barnes, author of the Casablanca Film Trivia book. Also joining in the festivities are film historian James Colt Harrison and award-winning blogger Fausta Rodriguez Wertz. Movie fans will have the opportunity to see the classic ...
Famous film songs are spotlighted in this special episode honoring such artists as Gene Kelly, Judy Garland, Charlie Chaplin, Lucie Arnaz, Kenny Loggins, and the Muppets. Listeners are invited to call in and discuss their own favorite songs from the movies. This should be another fun show!
Actor Russell Hornsby drops by for his rescheduled interview during this episode. Hornsby will provide an update on Grimm, the fantastical new mystery/crime show on NBC. He has also agreed to discuss his other acting experience in films, television and on stage. Hornsby has appeared in such movies as ...
What were the best and worst moments during the 84th Academy Awards and from earlier years? This roundtable discussion features Barry Monush, author of Screen World 2010, Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari, film historian James Colt Harrison, and Diana Saenger from Classic Movie Guide.
Now starring in Grimm, a fantasical mystery/crime show on NBC, Russell Hornsby was scheduled to talk about his diverse experience in films, TV and on stage. However, he was unexpectedly called in to film a scene for the new  series. Host Betty Jo Tucker and producer Nikki Starr discussed two recently ...
Great love stories on film are discussed by author Kimberly Potts and film critic Diana Saenger in this special Valentine's Day rerun episode. Kimberly is the author of Everything I Need To Know I Learned from a Chick Flick  and Diana is the  founder/editor of Classic Movie Guide. A book giveaway ...
Paul Blackthorne drops by to discuss his role in The River, a chilling new series on ABC, and his other acting experience in movies, TV and on stage as well as his work as director of This American Journey, an upcoming documentary.
Paul Blackthorne, handsome Brititsh star of The River, was booked for an interview on this episode but had to re-schedule for Thursday, February 9. So instead host Betty Jo Tucker shared her reviews of War Horse and The Artist, two Oscar nominees for Best Picture of 2011. She also gave an update of ...
Nell Minow, the famous Movie Mom, and Barry Monush, author/editor of the latest Screen World volume, rant and rave about Oscar nominations announced on January 24. Nell is the author of The Movie Mom's Guide to Family Movies, and Barry has written several other books about movies, including Lucille ...
Multi-talented Lucie Arnaz drops by to discuss her diverse career in films, television, live theater and as a recording artist. With Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz for parents, she clearly has showbiz in her blood! Lucie's new CD, "Latin Roots," showcases her marvelous vocal talents. Her film credits include ...
Indie filmmaker John K. Carpenter joins Movie Addict Headquarters for this  "Silent Films Tribute." John has parlayed his love of film -- particularly silent comedy -- and 16 mm collecting into directing and starring in a delightful homage, Late to Lunch, which is available through Alpha DVD.  John ...
Noted film critics Diana Saenger and A.J. Hakari return for a discussion about the Best Movies of 2011. Diana, author of "Everyone Wants My Job: The ABCs of Entertainment Writing," is the founder/editor of Classic Movie Guide and Review Express. A.J., aka The Mad Movie Man, has contributed film commentary ...
Through the magic of imagination and technology, Charles Dickens drops by to talk about film versions of " A Christmas Carol." Plus Morgan Lawrence, author of "The Streets Ran Red," joins in the discussion of other favorite Christmas movies. Popular BTR personality Wacko Bob co-hosts this special ...
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