RSS Posted April 18, 2021 Report Share Posted April 18, 2021 The Brothers Wilson head way back to yesteryear to cover the life and times of one of Hollywood's most notorious stars of the talkies: Judy Garland. In reverse order, Ian and Pandy look at Garland's breakout hit in the legendary The Wizard of Oz, one of Garland's most successful ever films as a studio-contracted player in Meet Me in St. Louis, and her film career watermark in A Star is Born. Along the way, there's serious discussions about the duty of care towards child actors, less serious references to classic episodes of The Simpsons, and the anecdote of when Pandy outright lied to the recently deceased Prince Philip. The episode also touches upon the abomination of the past 20 years of adverts for the Halifax Building Society, and a new song devoted to Hey, an Actor's very own muse, Tom Hemmings. [ 3:05:36 || 89.5 MB ] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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