10 Minutes About Your Favorite Movie

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Marja Barger has loved old movies since they were introduced by her father at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha. Getting to see "The Portrait of Dorian Gray" with the painting on exhibit was a treat. She has countless movie books but is trying to purge. Locally she has been a legal assistant, actor, producer, director, and stage manager. She wrote one fan letter, to Jack Lemmon, but he never responded. But that's ok.

Host Rob Matsushita is a playwright, author, and filmmaker. You can learn more about his work at IverPictures.com.

Funny, how gentle people get with you once you're dead. This week, we begin a block of episodes recorded in one last Madison marathon session, and we're talking about Billy Wilder's "Sunset Boulevard!" Sometimes it's interesting to see just how bad bad writing can be. This promised to go the limit.

Intro music by TeknoAXE "You Can't Dodge A Laser" http://youtu.be/WTWUh2yulbM Download Music: http://teknoaxe.com

Ten Minutes About Your Favorite Movie is produced by LittlePodcast.com.

WARNING: This podcast is full of spoilers! If you haven't seen the movie in question, and you don't want any of the surprises ruined for you, save this episode, go see the movie, and come back!

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