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Avoiding Babylon
80 Views · 16 days ago

⁣St Augustine, M. Night Shyamalan, and Aliens: The Catholic Theology in Signs w/ Dr. Mazza

Can extraterrestrial phenomena be explained through theology? Dr. Mazza joins us to explore this riveting question by analyzing the theory that M. Night Shyamalan's "Signs" suggests aliens might actually be demons. From detailed dissections of key scenes to the protagonist's spiritual journey, we uncover how faith, forgiveness, and divine intervention interplay within the film. Dr. Mazza also shares insights from his online courses on science and faith, covering miracles, the multiverse, and more.

Our discussion branches out to broader cultural phenomena, including society's fascination with UFOs and the implications of government disclosures on the subject. We explore how the loss of faith in traditional religious beliefs has led to a growing interest in extraterrestrial beings. Among the highlights is a fascinating debate on whether these phenomena might defy the laws of physics, suggesting they are interdimensional beings—potentially angels or demons.

We also tackle contemporary challenges within the Catholic Church, from the resignation of Pope Benedict to the influence of modern ideologies on religious beliefs. Delving into Marian apparitions and the ongoing Eucharistic revival, we reflect on the significance of traditional practices amidst rising secular "religions." As we wrap up, we express our gratitude to Dr. Mazza for his enlightening contributions and look forward to future collaborations. This episode is a treasure trove of thought-provoking discussions on faith, film, and the mysteries of our universe.

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Avoiding Babylon
56 Views · 18 days ago

⁣We conclude the first season of our Faith in Film series by discussing the film, For Greater Glory. Connor from @PlotlinesCM joins us.

Prepare yourself for an extraordinary season finale filled with insightful discussions and unexpected stories! We kick off with a delightful surprise, thanks to Pope Francis, who uncovered a treasure trove of stories this week. Join us as we explore Father Nick's headline-making comments about biting priests, discuss faith and film, and share a personal tale of frustration when my boat got towed. The episode also navigates the tricky waters of discussing movies with potential issues, offering a thought-provoking analysis of Pope Francis' controversial use of an outdated term.

Journey with us back to the 1920s as we delve into the heroic saga of the Cristeros, devout Catholics who stood up against a Freemasonic and Socialist takeover in Mexico. We'll dissect the Vatican's controversial directive to Mexican bishops and the Cristeros' defiant stand to defend their faith. The conversation gets even more intense as we examine a contemporary issue involving a priest who bit a woman to protect the Eucharist, debating the appropriateness of his actions and broader themes of when force is justified to protect sacred beliefs and symbols. This episode blends historical depth with current dilemmas, offering a rich narrative on faith and resistance.

Our cultural exploration continues as we shed light on the portrayal of accents in film and television, critiquing the effectiveness of fake accents and emphasizing the importance of authenticity in storytelling. We also discuss the production quality of movies funded by organizations like the Knights of Columbus and their impact on religious narratives. As we wrap up this engaging series, we express our heartfelt gratitude to our special guest, Connor, whose extensive knowledge and unique insights have enriched our discussions. We promise to bring him back for more thought-provoking conversations in future episodes. Don't miss this captivating finale that will leave you eagerly anticipating our return!

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Avoiding Babylon
75 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Becket - Faith in Film w/ Fr Dave Nix Ep 6 - with Patrick Coffin

Have you ever considered the profound messages faith-based films can convey? This episode, with the illustrious Patrick Coffin and inestimable Fr David Nix in tow, traverses the spiritual landscape of cinema, dissecting the complex interplay between character development and the historical backdrop that gives these stories universal appeal. Whether it's the emotional transformation of Thomas Beckett in "Beckett" or the raw potency of "Monsieur Vincent," our conversation peels back the narrative layers, inviting listeners to reflect on the enduring questions of loyalty, friendship, and personal sacrifice.

Join us on a cinematic pilgrimage that meanders through the investiture controversy, the misunderstood Inquisition, and the debates over church authority that still resonate today. The episode doesn't shy away from tough topics, touching on modern controversies like church scandals in "Calvary" and the impact of these films on our collective conscience and societal discourse.

By the end of our dialogue, we tackle the transformational power of spirituality in film, from the internal struggles of characters like Henry II to the profound messages of forgiveness and humility. Films like "Beckett" are not just stories on a screen; they explore the human condition. So, whether you're a devout cinephile or a curious seeker, this episode promises to enrich your understanding and ignite discussions on the role of faith in society and cinema.

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Avoiding Babylon
74 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Discover the intersection of faith and film, where controversy meets historical reflection, in our latest episode on the 1986 film, "The Mission." Our probing discourse with special guest Fr Dave Nix delves into the movie's portrayal of religious conflict, the erroneous narrative of liberation theology, and the complex interplay between church and state during a time of great upheaval and transformation.

As we scrutinize the ethical nuances presented in the film, we're drawn into a compelling examination of moral theology, contrasting the consequentialism depicted with steadfast Christian doctrine. Debates ignite over the portrayal of obedience and holiness, particularly within the Catholic Church's hierarchy. We find ourselves wrestling with the age-old struggle between adhering to vows and confronting moral quandaries, all while drawing connections to historical figures like Barabbas and the Zealots to deepen our understanding of the Church's enduring challenges.

We wrap up with heartfelt gratitude for our largest live audience yet and a look ahead brimming with promise. Preparing for future episodes, we anticipate engaging in more spirited debates and insightful film reviews that promise to enlighten and entertain. Our traditional Easter greeting, "Christ is risen. He is risen indeed, alleluia," echoes as a clarion call for all our listeners to join the ongoing dialogue where the tenets of faith and the artistry of cinema converge in a tapestry of historical and contemporary reflection.

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Avoiding Babylon
98 Views · 3 months ago

⁣The Traditional Thomist joins us while we give an honest review of the final part of the Mass of the Ages trilogy.

This episode promises a rich tapestry of Catholic life, blending humor with the solemnity of spiritual practice. We navigate through the tumultuous seas of the Trad Recovery Conference, offering apologies and explanations for our satirical take that ruffled some feathers. We then embark on an engaging critique of Mass of the Ages Ep 3: Guardians of Tradition, pondering its impact on youth and the Latin Mass movement. The episode isn't all serious critique, though; we're also weaving in light-hearted moments and community feedback through listener voicemails, adding a personal touch that reminds us all of the close-knit fabric of our audience.

As we look to the horizon, the future of traditional Catholicism takes center stage. We debate the potential of age-old practices to captivate young men looking for a deeper spiritual challenge, and we tease the idea of a round table discussion among Catholics of various persuasions. It's an exploration of how Catholic media and differing opinions can coexist, culminating in a reflection on navigating disagreements within the Church. Whether you're a Trad or not, join us for an episode that promises to uplift, challenge, and inspire.
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Avoiding Babylon
69 Views · 3 months ago

⁣We offer profound reflections on "Hacksaw Ridge," the harrowing tale of Desmond Doss, whose conviction in the face of conflict left an indelible mark on history. Venture with us into the soul-stirring journey of a conscientious objector who became a World War II hero without firing a bullet. We uncover the intricate dance of morality and faith that guided Doss's life, giving listeners a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the crafting of a film that challenges the very notions of courage and conviction.

This episode is charged with the emotional power of storytelling as we analyze the pivotal moments of "Hacksaw Ridge," unraveling the layers of Desmond Doss's character against the backdrop of war and personal belief. We regale you with anecdotes from our personal lives, historical tidbits, and parallels to recent global events, tying the past and present in a thought-provoking conversation. The court-martial scene serves as a cornerstone for our discussion, showcasing the clash between institutional authority and individual conscience, a theme that reverberates through Gibson's directorial oeuvre and our current societal challenges.

Rounding off our exploration, we delve into the broader cultural impact of Gibson's filmography, where films like "Apocalypto" stir a potent mix of controversy and insight. This episode is not just a review of a film but an examination of the moral compass that guides us through life's tumultuous seas. Join us for an enriching dialogue that celebrates the power of cinema to inspire, challenge, and transform.

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Avoiding Babylon
56 Views · 3 months ago

⁣In this Dune 2 review, embark on a voyage to the heart of Frank Herbert's masterpiece with us as we unravel the complex interplay of religion and prophecy in the Dune saga. Our exploration sets the stage with an in-depth look at "Dune Part Two," examining the challenges filmmakers face when translating such a layered narrative from page to screen. The journey doesn't stop with cinematic craft; we sift through the dunes of Arrakis to uncover the spice of life, drawing intriguing parallels to our own world's insatiable thirst for oil. The conversation takes a turn into character critiques, shining a spotlight on Chani's portrayal and the weight of expectation versus creative evolution in storytelling.

As we navigate the universe of Dune, we don't shy away from the grandeur and scale that have carved its place as a timeless adult science fiction epic. The episode is fortified with an analysis that holds a mirror to our own society, examining themes like the pitfalls of technology dependency and the fusion of diverse religious ideologies. Through the lens of iconic figures like Paul Atreides, we probe the messianic undertones that thread through Herbert's work, bringing to the table a comparison with historical and biblical narratives that have shaped our understanding of leadership and prophecy.

Closing the chapter on our odyssey, we delve into the portrayal of faith within the realm of film. This segment not only puts the growth of Christianity in ancient Rome under the microscope but also enriches the discussion with insights into the prophetic mastery of the Book of Isaiah. Whether you're a seasoned initiate of the Dune universe or freshly stepping onto the sands of Arrakis, this episode is your guild navigator through the intricacies of faith, film, and the interpretations of one of science fiction's most profound tales.

Avoiding Babylon
70 Views · 4 months ago

⁣Fr Nix joins us to discuss the Alfred Hitchcock 1953 classic, "I Confess" starring Montgomery Clift and Anne Baxter.

Embark on a cinematic pilgrimage with us as we traverse the intersection of faith and film, uncovering the spiritual nuances within a 1953 classic that continues to resonate today. Father David Nix enriches the dialogue as we scrutinize Father Logan, a character whose steadfast commitment to the seal of confession anchors a suspenseful murder mystery. Through this lens, we tackle the incarnational nature of sacraments and the ethical conundrums they pose, offering you a thought-provoking exploration of the theological implications of cinematic storytelling.

Step away from the predictable narratives of old-time cinema and join us for a session that surprises and enlightens. Our discussion extends beyond the screen to question societal perceptions of priesthood, celibacy, and the complexities of priestly fraternity. As the episode unfolds, we illuminate the trials of characters that challenge contemporary issues of faith, transporting you into the heart of a narrative that's as much about the human condition as it is about the divine.

In anticipation of our next venture into "Becket," we confess our gratitude to Father Nix for deepening the conversation and to you, our listeners, for partaking in this spiritual odyssey with us. Stay tuned and enriched as we prepare to dissect another film that promises to stir the soul and provoke the mind. So, grab your favorite classic film and join the ongoing discourse that bridges the sacred and the profane.

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Chesterton Radio
10 Views · 4 months ago

⁣⁣The Super Countdown - Saturday Night Theatre & Radio Mystery Theatre
Listener favorite countdown of Saturday Night Theatre and the CBS Radio Mystery Theater!

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10. The Hands of Mrs. Mallory - Celeste Holm - After the death of her husband, Mrs. Mallory loses control of both her hands

9. Long Time No See - Joan Sadler - Inspector Burgess - A writer is murdered in his own house during his wife's absence- evidently by someone he knew

8. What Happened to Mrs. Forbush? - The ghost of a captain's wife haunts a house by the sea.

7. Deal with Murder - Peter Cornish - Saturday Night Theatre was a long-running radio drama strand on BBC Radio 4

6. I Warn You Three Times - What do you think about Witches? Witches who are young. Witches who are beautiful. Witches that even fall in love...

5. Colder Than Of Late - Ken Whitmore - Ken Whitmore is a prolific author of radio plays, stage plays, short stories and poetry

4. The Deadly Pearls - A detective tries to track two radioactive pearls that were used to commit murder

3. The Fatal Flaw - Chris Allen - Saturday Night Theatre was a long-running radio drama strand on BBC Radio 4

2. The Bride that Wasn't - A young lady travels to the house of her fiance to meet him and his mother. She finds no one in the house recognizes her

1. Unquiet Conscience - Philip Barker - A girl was murdered in a Suffolk village four years previously. The police picked up a young man who was convicted of the murder, but now a well known author has decided to investigate.

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Avoiding Babylon
78 Views · 5 months ago

⁣Venture with us into the depths of spirituality as seen in the Russian film, "The Island," as we dissect the powerful relationships between faith, film, and our quest for redemption. The dialogue takes a cinematic turn as we examine Russian films that explore the Orthodox practice of repentance, inviting reflections on our own Catholic heritage and the universal theme of spiritual transformation.

Strap in as we navigate the theological rapids that separate and unite Eastern Orthodox and Protestant thought, scrutinizing beliefs like theosis and holiness. We tackle the historical schism that fragmented Eastern and Western Christianity, shedding light on the nuances distinguishing Eastern Catholic and Orthodox customs. The silver screen serves as our canvas, painting vivid parallels between the lives of saints—both on celluloid and in hagiography—and our modern pursuit of sanctity, particularly through characters embodying the humility and struggle intrinsic to true spiritual growth.

In the concluding leg of our odyssey, we grapple with the nuanced dynamics of confession, the role of married clergy, and the enigma of the 'holy fool' across Christian traditions. As we dissect scenes from select movies, the conversation probes the prophetic, the liturgical, and the transformative power of forgiveness and love. Culminating in an anticipation of future film discussions, we invite you to immerse yourself in these stories of grace, as we together untangle the divine interplay of faith and forgiveness in the reel and real worlds.

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Avoiding Babylon
80 Views · 6 months ago

⁣When the stirring tale of "Padre Pio: Miracle Man" unfolded on screen, it ignited a spark of devotion within us that we couldn't wait to share with you all. As we navigated the nuances of this film, we found ourselves deeply entrenched in discussions about the portrayal of the traditional Mass, the balance of humility and the supernatural in the lives of saints, and the broader implications of church hierarchy and public perception. This journey through Padre Pio's life is not just a look back at cinematic representation; it's an invitation to a more profound understanding of faith and sainthood.

Throughout our candid conversations, we peel back the layers of Padre Pio's sufferings, exploring his stigmata and the quiet servitude that countered a more romanticized view of sainthood. We tackle the tricky waters of church scandals and the importance of maintaining authenticity in our criticism of church leaders. By delving into pivotal scenes from the movie, we lay bare the raw spiritual challenges that saints like Padre Pio faced while considering traditionalism's global influence within Catholic communities from Italy to the U.S.

Our episode draws to a close with reflective musings on the unique manifestations of God's character through the lives of saints and the individual's journey toward holiness. We discuss the pitfalls of traditionalists on social media and the importance of a spirituality that runs deeper than mere religious observance. Through this exploration of Padre Pio's life and legacy, we invite you to join us in considering the continuous threads of church leadership and the impact of figures like John Paul II and Francis on our faith today.

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Chesterton Radio
31 Views · 6 months ago

⁣Les Miserables - Ronald Colman - Victor Hugo - Lux Radio Theater
Celebration of Victor Hugo's great Novel first published in 1862, that is considered one of the greatest novels of the 19th century.

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Les Misérables is a French historical novel by Victor Hugo, first published in 1862, that is considered one of the greatest novels of the 19th century. In the English-speaking world, the novel is usually referred to by its original French title. However, several alternatives have been used, including The Miserables, The Wretched, The Miserable Ones, The Poor Ones, The Wretched Poor, The Victims and The Dispossessed. Beginning in 1815 and culminating in the 1832 June Rebellion in Paris, the novel follows the lives and interactions of several characters, particularly the struggles of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his experience of redemption. (Wikipedia)

Originally Broadcast 12/22/1952

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42 Views · 6 months ago

Frank Capra was an Italian-American film director, producer, and screenwriter who became the creative force behind some of the major award-winning films of the 1930s and 1940s. Born in Italy and raised in Los Angeles from the age of five, his rags-to-riches story has led film historians such as Ian Freer to consider him the "American Dream personified"

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10. It's a Wonderful Life - Frank Capra - Jack Benny Show
Frank Capra jois Jack and the gang

9. Lady For A Day - Frank Capra - Lux Radio Theater
The story focuses on Apple Annie, an aging and wretched fruit seller in New York City, whose daughter Louise has been raised in a Spanish convent since she was an infant.

8. Lost Horizon - Ronald Colman - Donald Crisp - Frank Capra - Lux Radio Theater
It is 1935. Before returning to the United Kingdom to become the new Foreign Secretary, writer, soldier, and diplomat Robert Conway has one last task in China, rescuing 90 westerners in the city of Baskul.

7. You Can't Take It With You - Frank Capra - Edward Arnold - Robert Cummings - Lux Radio Theater
A successful banker has just returned from Washington, D.C., where he was effectively granted a government-sanctioned munitions monopoly, which will make him very rich.

6. It Happened One Night - Gable - Colbert - Lux Radio Theater - Frank Capra
It Happened One Night is a 1934 pre-Code American romantic comedy film with elements of screwball comedy directed and co-produced by Frank Capra, in collaboration with Harry Cohn, in which a pampered socialite tries to get out from under her father's thumb and falls in love with a roguish reporter.

5. Mr. Deeds Goes To Town - Gary Cooper - Jean Arthur - Frank Capra - Lux Radio Theater
An eccentric from a small town inherits millions and visits New York, much to his sorrow. A warm comedy directed on film by Frank Capra. Mr. Deeds Goes to Town was voted the best comedy of 1936 by the New York critics.

4. Broadway Bill - Frank Capra - Robert Taylor - Francis Dee - Lux Radio Theater
Dan Brooks runs a paper-box factory for his father-in-law, J. L. Higgins, who owns most of the major business interests in Higginsville.

3. Can We Forget - Bette Davis - Frank Capra - Screen Guild Theater
At an exclusive hotel in Park Avenue where the most photographed, the most discussed, the most envied debutante of the season Hilda Rutherford is having her coming out party

2. It Happened One Night - Frank Capra - Campbell Playhouse - Orson Welles

1. Lost Horizon - Frank Capra - Ronald Coleman - Orson Welles - Campbell Playhouse
Adaptation of James Hilton's 1933 novel "Lost Horizon" The famous story about the secret of the Valley Of The Blue Moon.

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Remember the Night is a 1940 American Christmas romantic comedy trial film directed by Mitchell Leisen and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray. The film was written by Preston Sturges, the last of his scripts shot by another director, as Sturges began his own directorial career the same year with The Great McGinty

Lee is arrested for stealing a bracelet from a New York City jewelry store. The assistant district attorney, John reemember"Jack" Sargeant, is assigned to prosecute her. The trial begins just before Christmas, but to avoid facing a jury filled with the holiday spirit, Jack has the trial postponed on a technicality.

When he hears Lee complaining to her lawyer about spending Christmas in jail, Jack feels guilty and asks bondsman Fat Mike to post bail. Fat Mike assumes that Jack wants to force Lee into an affair, and after freeing her, he delivers her to Jack's flat. Discovering that Lee is a fellow Hoosier (native of Indiana), and that she has nowhere to spend Christmas, Jack offers to drop her off at her mother's house on his way to visit his own family.

Originally Broadcast 3/25/1940

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Grand Central Station was an American anthology radio series which had a long run on the major networks from 1937 to 1954. Produced by Himan Brown, Martin Horrell and others, the story content ranged from romantic comedies to lightweight dramas.

Each program opened with an announcer intoning that Grand Central was "the crossroads of a million private lives, a gigantic stage on which are played a thousand dramas daily."

Actors included Jim Ameche and Hume Cronyn. The announcers were George Baxter, Ken Roberts and Tom Shirley. The programs were narrated by Jack Arthur, Stuart Metz and Alexander Scourby.

One sound effect frequently used in the program was a chugging steam train engine. Some listeners noted that steam engines no longer frequented the terminal, prompting Himan Brown to respond "You have your own Grand Central Station"

Originally Broadcast 12/24/1949

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For the past three Christmas seasons, Lamont and Margot have taken a young newsboy named Joey on a tour of toy sections of all the department stores.

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The Shadow is the name of a collection of serialized dramas, originally in 1930s pulp novels, and then in a wide variety of media. Its title character has been featured on the radio, in a long-running pulp magazine series, in American comic books, comic strips, television, serials, video games, and at least five feature films. The radio drama included episodes voiced by Orson Welles.

The Shadow, originally created to be a mysterious radio show narrator, was developed into a distinctive literary character in 1931 by writer Walter B. Gibson.

The Shadow debuted on July 31, 1930, as the mysterious narrator of the radio program Detective Story Hour, which was developed to boost sales of Street & Smith's monthly pulp Detective Story Magazine. When listeners of the program began asking at newsstands for copies of "that Shadow detective magazine", Street & Smith launched a magazine based on the character, and hired Gibson to create a concept to fit the name and voice and to write a story featuring him. The first issue of the pulp series The Shadow Magazine went on sale April 1, 1931

Originally Broadcast 12/22/1940

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⁣The People With Light Coming Out of Them - Play by William Saroyan - The Free Company

"For what avails the plow or sail or land or life if Freedom fail?"

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The Free Company was a voluntary group of distinguished American playwrights, writers, actors and radio workers who join their talents to bring you this series with no compensation other than the knowledge that it may serve America.

The Free Company presented original radio plays written by its members Maxwell Anderson, Sherwood Anderson, Stephen Vincent Benet, James Boyd, George M. Cohan, Mark Connelly, Archibald Macleish, Orson Welles, Elmer Rice, William and Robert E. Sherwood - Nine of them Pulitzer Prize Winners.

William Saroyan was an Armenian-American novelist, playwright, and short story writer. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1940, and in 1943 won the Academy Award for Best Story for the film The Human Comedy. When the studio rejected his original 240-page treatment, he turned it into a novel, The Human Comedy.

Saroyan has been described in a Dickinson College news release as "one of the most prominent literary figures of the mid-20th century" and by Stephen Fry as "one of the most underrated writers of the [20th] century." Fry suggests that "he takes his place naturally alongside Hemingway, Steinbeck and Faulkner". Kurt Vonnegut has said that Saroyan was "the first and still the greatest of all the American minimalists.

They called themselves The Free Company of Players. Principal Actors: Burgess Meredith, Henry Fonda, John Garfield, Edmund Gwenn, Nancy Kelly, Tim Holt, Eduardo Cianelli, William Trach, Clinton Rosamon, Charles Bickford, Melvyn Douglas, Clair Trevor, Edward Ellis, Margaret Hamilton, Franchot Tone, Gail Patrick, Sidney Lumet, Myron McCormick, Alan Dineheart, Elia Kazan, Eric Burroughs, Harrington Lewis, Georgette Harvey, The Juanita Hall Singers, Harry Carey, William Davidson, Ray Collins, Agnes Moorehead, Everett Sloan, Paul Stewart, Erskine Sanford, Norman Corwin, Canada Lee, Luis Van Rooten, Paul Green, Edna Mae Harris, Marietta Kantie, Paul Muni, George M. Cohan, Paul Henreid, Eddie Ryan Jr., Lily Valenti, Betty Jane Tyler, Frances Chaney Writers: William Saroyan, Marc Connelly, Robert Sherwood, Stephen Vincent Benet, Walter Van Tilberg Clark, Orson Welles, Archibald MacLeish, Maxwell Anderson, Sherwood Anderson

Originally Broadcast 2/23/1941
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The story revolves around Ned Beaumont, a gambler and best friend of the criminal political boss Paul Madvig. Ned finds the body of a senator's son on the street, and Madvig asks him to thwart the D.A.'s investigation, his motive being that he wants to back the corrupt senator in order to marry his daughter, Janet.

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The Glass Key is a novel by American writer Dashiell Hammett. It was first published as a serial in Black Mask magazine in 1930, then was collected in 1931 (in London; the American edition followed 3 months later). It tells the story of a gambler and racketeer, Ned Beaumont, whose devotion to Paul Madvig, a crooked political boss, leads him to investigate the murder of a local senator's son as a potential gang war brews.

The Campbell Playhouse (1938–1940) is a live CBS radio drama series directed by and starring Orson Welles. Produced by Welles and John Houseman, it was a sponsored continuation of The Mercury Theatre on the Air. The series offered hour-long adaptations of classic plays and novels, as well as adaptations of popular motion pictures.

Originally Broadcast 3/10/1939

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"Sure, sure, sure..." Donovan's Brain is a 1942 science fiction novel by American writer Curt Siodmak.

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The novel is written in the form of diary entries by Dr. Patrick Cory, a middle-aged physician whose experiments at keeping a brain alive are subsidized by Cory's wealthy wife. Under investigation for tax evasion and criminal financial activities, millionaire megalomaniac W.H. Donovan crashes his private plane in the desert near the home of Dr. Cory. The physician is unable to save Donovan's life, but removes his brain on the chance that it might survive, placing the gray matter in an electrically charged, oxygenated saline solution within a glass tank. The brainwaves indicate that thought — and life — continue.

The novel became an instant classic and was adapted to movie form three times. Since then the book has become something of a cult classic, with fans including Stephen King, who discussed the novel in his 1981 book Danse Macabre and mentions it in his novel/miniseries It. Siodmak later wrote a sequel in 1968 titled Hauser's Memory and wrote a final sequel in 1991 titled Gabriel's Body.

Originally performed by Orson Welles in this radio play of the series Suspense

In 1982, the LP album release of the 1944 radio version of this story (from the series Suspense, starring Orson Welles) won the Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album.

Suspense performed Donovan's Brain in a rare two part presentation. The story is presented here complete with both episodes.

Originally Broadcast 5/18/1944 and 5/25/1944

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⁣The Plot to Overthrow Christmas is a radio play written by Norman Corwin and first performed on December 25, 1938.

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The play, a fantasy told entirely in rhyme, begins with a narrative introduction. It proceeds without further narration, but a character named Sotto voce occasionally interrupts with parenthetical footnotes for the audience. Sound effects depict a descent to Hell: a gong, followed by two crashes of thunder; then an electronic hum, first descending, then ascending in pitch; which dissolves into a sustained violin note, which finally turns into a classical cadenza.

The violin is being played by the Roman emperor Nero, whose playing is interrupted by a courier summoning him to an urgent meeting called by the Devil, Mephistopheles. Mephisto explains to an assembly including Nero, Ivan the Terrible, the Biblical Haman, the Roman emperor Caligula, the Borgias, and Simon Legree, that he is concerned about the thwarting of his efforts to corrupt humanity, by the peace and good will generated by the Christmas holiday. He solicits proposals to deal with the matter. First, Caligula suggests poisoning Christmas foods and candies.

Next, Nero suggests corrupting sacred Christmas music by converting it to jazz style, as has been done to classical music. Then Legree suggests bribing the US Congress to outlaw Christmas, but Mephisto points out the uncertainty of depending on corrupt politicians, who could just as easily be turned the other way. Finally, Lucrezia Borgia suggests assassinating Santa Claus, a deed she is anxious to do herself. Mephisto puts the proposals to a vote, and Borgia's plan wins. Nero is then chosen by lottery as the assassin.

The CBS Radio Workshop was an experimental dramatic radio anthology series that aired on CBS from January 27, 1956, until September 22, 1957. Subtitled “radio’s distinguished series to man’s imagination,” it was a revival of the earlier Columbia Experimental Laboratory (1931), Columbia Experimental Dramatic Laboratory (1932) and Columbia Workshop broadcasts by CBS from 1936 to 1943, and used some of the same writers and directors employed on the earlier series. The CBS Radio Workshop was one of American network radio's last attempts to hold on to, and perhaps recapture, some of the demographics they had lost to television in the post-World War II era.

The premiere broadcast was a two-part adaptation of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, introduced and narrated by Huxley. (Wikipedia)

Originally Broadcast 12/22/1940

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⁣"The last man on earth sat alone in a room... There was a knock on the door..."

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Dimension X was an NBC radio program broadcast mostly on an unsponsored, sustaining basis from April 8, 1950 to September 29, 1951. The first 13 episodes were broadcast live, and the remainder were pre-recorded. Fred Wiehe and Edward King were the directors, and Norman Rose was heard as both announcer and narrator, opening the show with: "Adventures in time and space... told in future tense..." For two months beginning on July 7, 1950 the series was sponsored by Wheaties. (Wikipedia)

Originally Broadcast 4/29/1950

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It's September, 1943. The Hecate, a British destroyer, is alone in the South Atlantic─alone, but for a blip on the radar which could be a German U-Boat.

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Includes rare BBC news broadcast at the end. The play was broadcast the day after JFK's assassination November 23, 1963.

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⁣When a flying saucer lands in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Army quickly surrounds it. A humanoid emerges and announces that he comes "in peace and with good will.

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The Day the Earth Stood Still (a.k.a. Farewell to the Master and Journey to the World) is a 1951 American science fiction film from 20th Century Fox, produced by Julian Blaustein and directed by Robert Wise. The film stars Michael Rennie, Patricia Neal, Hugh Marlowe, Sam Jaffe, Billy Gray, Frances Bavier and Lock Martin. The screenplay was written by Edmund H. North, based on the 1940 science fiction short story "Farewell to the Master" by Harry Bates, and the film score was composed by Bernard Herrmann.

Set in the Cold War during the early stages of the nuclear arms race, the film's storyline involves a humanoid alien visitor who comes to Earth, accompanied by a powerful robot, to deliver an important message that will affect the entire human race.

In 1995, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry as "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."

Originally Broadcast 1/4/1954

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The Wizard of Oz is a 1939 American musical fantasy film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Widely regarded as one of the greatest films of all time.

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It is the most commercially successful adaptation of L. Frank Baum's 1900 children's fantasy novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Directed primarily by Victor Fleming (who left the production to take over the troubled Gone with the Wind). The film stars Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale alongside Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, and Bert Lahr.

The 1956 television broadcast premiere of the film on the CBS network reintroduced the film to the public; according to the Library of Congress, it is the most seen film in movie history. In 1989, it was selected by the U.S. Library of Congress as one of the first 25 films for preservation in the National Film Registry for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". It is also one of the few films on UNESCO's Memory of the World Register. The film was among the top ten in the 2005 BFI (British Film Institute) list of 50 films to be seen by the age of 14 and is on the BFI's updated list of 50 films to be seen by the age of 15, issued in May 2020. (Wikipedia)

Originally Broadcast 12/25/1950

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Lux Radio Theatre, sometimes spelled Lux Radio Theater, a classic radio anthology series, was broadcast on the NBC Blue Network

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Initially, the series adapted Broadway plays during its first two seasons before it began adapting films. These hour-long radio programs were performed live before studio audiences. The series became the most popular dramatic anthology series on radio, broadcast for more than 20 years and continued on television as the Lux Video Theatre through most of the 1950s. The primary sponsor of the show was Unilever through its Lux Soap brand.

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The Saint was a radio adventure program that featured a character ("a swashbuckling, devil-may-care Robin Hood type who, in his attempt to help people, remained just one step ahead of the police and crooks

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Created by author Leslie Charteris. As the program's introduction said, The Saint (the alias of Simon Templar), was "known to millions from books, magazines, and motion pictures." Several versions of the program appeared on different networks.)

Originally Broadcast 2/4/1951

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31 Views · 7 months ago

⁣Just when you thought movies like The Flash and Ant-Man Quantumania would take worst box office of 2023, #TheMarvels showed them all up with the worst #BoxOffice opening of the entire #mcu...by A LOT #BrieLarson #disney #marvels

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57 Views · 8 months ago

⁣Though box office "experts" are impressed with the performance of the new #scorsese film #killersoftheflowermoon, with a $200 million budget and a global opening of only $40+ millon...it's in a lot of trouble...all while the #taylorswift #erastour saw a massive week 2 drop though its profits continue to grow #boxoffice #movietalk

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45 Views · 9 months ago

⁣This weekend #TheNun2 and the new #Bollywood film #jawan have made a massive splash in their #BoxOffice openings as #TheEqualizer3 saw a massive week 2 drop

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35 Views · 10 months ago

⁣As #TheEqualizer3 #Equalizer3 dominates its opening weekend at the #BoxOffice , #Barbie is the new highest grossing film of 2023 beating out #supermariobros #mario #movietalk

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⁣In a world where Hollywood is out of ideas, there are still a few series of films that are providing solid entertainment...I am happy to say that #theequalizer3 #equalizer3 not only continues the fun but in many ways raises the bar for the franchise #moviereview #movietalk

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29 Views · 10 months ago

⁣As #equalizer3 is projected to have a strong opening weekend, #granturismo is expected to see a massive domestic fall likely sealing its fate #boxoffice #movietalk #bluebeetle #barbie

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⁣Though #granturismo does not match up to #neillblomkamp 's District 9, it is still a very effective with a compelling story, strong direction, and blood pumping practical racing shots #moviereview #granturismo2023 #boxoffice

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⁣Though #barbie has finally been dethroned a the domestic #BoxOffice , #BlueBeetle is set to have one of the worst opening weekends for a #dceu film ever #movietalk

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34 Views · 10 months ago

⁣Though the family dynamic in #bluebeetle is to be commended, the rest of the film falls flat as a dull, poorly written, and stereotypical super hero flick...and I didn't even touch the CGI #boxoffice #dceu #moviereview #bluebeetle2023

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⁣Though Blue Beetle is projected to finally dethrone Barbie at the domestic box office, the projections indicate that it will be yet another massive failure for Warner Brothers and the DCEU #bluebeetle #barbie #boxoffice #dceu #warnerbros

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23 Views · 10 months ago

⁣While #TheLastVoyageOfTheDemeter is off to an abysmal start and #Barbenheimer continues to dominate, films like #tmnt and #TheMeg2 are both in a lot of financial trouble #BoxOffice #barbie #Oppenheimer

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10 Views · 11 months ago

⁣As #barbie has officially crossed the $1 billion mark after only 17 days, #disney has yet another #boxoffice flop with #hauntedmansion and newcomer #themeg2 has a massive China problem #tmntmutantmayhem

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19 Views · 11 months ago

⁣While #tmntmutantmayhem is expected to have a solid opening and #themeg2 is likely to struggle, #barbenheimer is expected to continue its domination at the #boxoffice #barbie #oppenheimer #mutantmayhem

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28 Views · 11 months ago

⁣At the current rate that #barbie is going, there is now a very good chance that it can beat #supermariobros as the highest grossing film of the year #Barbenheimer #Oppenheimer #SoundOfFreedom #BoxOffice

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