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In this episode of Married to Movies, Megan and Desmond kick off a two-fer of episodes, taking a look at the films of Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn. The Maltese Falcon and Breakfast at Tiffany's are up first. What happens in this episode? Megan and Desmond actually agree on things! Desmond even lets her talk a couple times! Megan takes offense to Desmond offending Peter Lorre. The best movies to make out to are the long ones. When Megan tells us why she doesn't like black and white films you will be blown away. The hosts puzzle over Audrey Hepburn's origins, and have an interesting conversation about America in the early 1960s. Also, how bad is the racism in this movie? Real bad. All this and more! [ 50:42 || 23.4 MB ]

The above is from: http://www.earth-2.net/podcasts/marriedtomovies/episodes/marriedtomovies_019.mp3

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I'll leave a voicemail since I haven't in a while, but I completely forgot you guys were doing Audrey Hepburn this month.

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Needless to say, I'm a fan.

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If I'd been born a few decades earlier, I have zero doubt that all of my Beckinsale stalker energy would've went into Hepburn.

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Wow, I'm honored that it was my podcast that took the Beckinsale away. Though it's nice to look at her.

Hepburn is pretty adorable. Uniquely adorable.

Haven't got that voicemail yet... :*

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