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Ticklish Business #106: Sound of Music

#148: Lizabeth Scott & ’Dead Reckoning’ (1947, with Alan K. Rode) Ticklish Business

We're celebrating Lizabeth Scott's centennial and the 75th anniversary of her performance in Dead Reckoning with her biographer Alan K. Rode. Rode joins us again to celebrate Scott's performance and dives deep into why she's not better known.   Kristen's written a new book for TCM and Running Press called But Have You Read the Book? all about film adaptations! You can pre-order it now before its March 7th release date.   Reviews matter and you can help us out by giving us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts! Also, tell your friends to like and subscribe to our Patreon, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube channels!   This episode created thanks to our Patrons: Christine Mier Danny David Floyd Jacob Haller mcf Beverly Christina Lane Jeffrey Peter Bryant Peter Dawson Sofia Copilled Ann Foster Brittany Brock Cat Cooper Donna Hill Fuckbois of Literature Harry Holland Laura Neill Peter Blitstein Rosa Jill Marie Morris Livvy Amy Hart
  1. #148: Lizabeth Scott & ’Dead Reckoning’ (1947, with Alan K. Rode)
  2. #147: Veronica Lake Centennial
  3. #146: Joel McCrea Birthday Tribute (with Wyatt McCrea)
  4. Based on a True Podcast: Blonde (2022) Preview
  5. #145: Dracula’s Daughter (1936 with Darcy the Mail Girl)

Earlier this year we lost the great Christopher Plummer and in his honor we’re talking about his star-making role in The Sound of Music. Though the role didn’t immediately please Plummer we talk about his power as Captain Von Trapp, the majesty of the music, and why Hello, Dolly murdered the musical genre.

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