Get ready to turn back the clock and dive into The Golden Age of Hollywood in a brand new podcast from Inside The Film Room podcast network.
“Revisiting The Golden Age: A Journey Through Classic Hollywood” is hosted by Inside The Film Room critic Josh Martin, and each episode a guest joins the podcast to discuss a classic, unsung masterpiece of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Beginning in the 1930s, “Revisiting The Golden Age” will begin by examining 10 films from each decade through the 1960s, including classics like “Trouble in Paradise,” “Casablanca, “The Third Man,” “North by Northwest, “The Apartment” and many more.
The debut episode features Josh and film critic Jesse Nussman of Film Inquiry’s “The Latest,” as the two discuss Leo McCarey’s “Duck Soup” (1933), the classic Paramount comedy starring Groucho, Chico, Harpo, and Zeppo Marx.
New episodes will release every Tuesday and Friday, and can be found wherever podcasts are available. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review, and follow Josh on Twitter @MartinOnMovies!
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