Archive for Academy Awards

2/20/11

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 22, 2011 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:


Sweet Smell Of Success (1957) The Criterion Collection Blu-Ray.  Get it on AmazonAlso, Alexander Mackendrick’s On Film-Making: An Introduction To The Craft of the Director.


Banksy and the Oscars…


– Interesting Death of the Week with B.K.: Len Lesser – Uncle Leo on Seinfeld.; Ernie Tyler – Orioles’ Umpire Attendant.


– Tonight’s score: The Complete Studio Recordings of The Chico Hamilton Quintet

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1/17/10

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 19, 2010 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:


Wise Blood (1979)


The Lovely Bones (2009)


Howe & Howe Tech (2010)


– Interesting Death of the Week with B.K.: Jay Reatard – Rocknroller; Joe Rollino (pictured above) – Coney Island strongman; Miep Gies – protector of Anne Frank, keeper of  diary; Eric Rohmer – French filmmaker

– Why the Oscars & Golden Globes Suck, Vol. 163


– Tonight’s score: Philly Joe Jones – Blues For Dracula Sonny Rollins – The Bridge

1/10/10

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on January 11, 2010 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:


8 1/2 (1963) The Criterion Collection Blu-Ray


Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) Hank’s take.


Moon (2009) A Do-Over Review

– Jay Leno = Cussin’ Weenie

– The Academy Awards & Mother Cussin’ Avatar


– Interesting Death of the Week without B.K., featuring Hank: Art Clokey – Gumby’s creator, pictured above with Gumby hisself; Tsutomu Yamaguchi – survivor of  Hirsoshima and Nagasaki nuclear blasts; Willie Mitchell – Al Green’s secret weapon


– Tonight’s score: Tutto Fellini

2/22/09

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , on February 24, 2009 by Hank

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A live Oscar telecast broadcast!

Hear: Hank “live via satellite,” commentating on the 81st Academy Awards Ceremony!

Hear: Mr. Salamander at the station, running things as usual!

also:

The Stanford Theatre Winter Program is amazing.  Check it out here!

Apartment For Peggy
Apartment For Peggy (1948)