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Ticklish Business #105: Mildred Pierce (1945 with William Schoell)

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Joan Crawford: The Essential Biography author William Schoell sits down with Kristen and Samantha to talk about Joan Crawford, her career at MGM, and her Oscar-winning role in 1945’s Mildred Pierce.

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Podcaster, film historian, and general lover of all things classic film and television. Studying the contributions of women behind the camera in classic television.

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