In the latest episode of The Carbon Arc Podcast, Bob Madison and I start with King Kong Escapes (1968) and somehow make our way through Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer and Batman to Jim Backus, Paul Frees and George C. Scott.
From the late 70s into the 80s, WOR-TV in New York used to run this as part of a Thanksgiving monster marathon.
Be sure to look into Bob’s young adult novel, Spiked, available on Amazon.
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Here’s the third episode of my podcast The Carbon Arc. This time, the subject is Blake Edwards’ The Great Race (1965) — and my guest is Mr. Todd Liebenow of The Forgotten Filmcast. The Great Race is a movie Todd and I adore. (It’s this blog’s namesake if you haven’t figured that out already.
Click on the thing up top to check it out on YouTube or go to —
And be sure to check out Todd’s wonderful podcast (which I’ll be a guest on soon) —
The first episode of The Carbon Arc Podcast is up and running — with Mr. Phil Hopkins of The Film Detective as our guest.
You can click on the thing up top to hear/see it on YouTube, or you can find it on podcast-y corral things like Podomatic.
Hope you enjoy it.
Here’s a “trailer” for The Carbon Arc Podcast, which will offer up its first real episode in the next week or two.