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But That's Another Story #3
This month's But That's Another Story brings some of Artie Strasberg's legendary plays to life with the help of the Unremembered Hollywood Ensemble. We will return the third Monday of every month with another tangentially related tale. Special Guests: DC Pierson, Fred Cross, and Seth Morris.
Episode 103: The Man Who Fell From Earth
Clifton Douglas was one of the most gifted actors of the 1950s, until he got stuck doing terrible sci-fi B-Movies. His obsession with his final role would destroy a studio and leave behind a mystery unsolved to this very day. Special Guests: Bryce Johnson, Craig Cackowski, Hal Lublin, Justin Neufeld, Mark Gagliardi, Mike Phirman, Shulie Cowen, and Toni Trucks.
Episode 102B: But That's Another Story #2
Before there was Johnny Kansas, there was Edmond T. Pancakes. “Don’t Talk to the Talent” tells the totally true tale of the second Nazi spy sent to infiltrate Hollywood. We will return the third Monday of every month with another tangentially related tale. Special Guests: Justin Neufeld, Marc Evan Jackson, Mike Phirman, and Mike Rock.
Episode 102: The Nazi With a Headshot
In 1939, a German spy was sent to Hollywood to turn directors, studio heads, and actors to the Nazi cause. But the German high command had no idea that the city of angels would cast its spell onto young Johan Ludwig, turning the cold blooded operative into The Nazi with a Headshot. Special Guests: Bobcat Goldthwait, Brian Palatucci, DC Pierson, Deanna Rooney, Fred Cross, Hal Lublin, Humphrey Ker, Justin Neufeld, Katie Michels, and Matt Gourley.
Episode 101B: But That's Another Story #1
The first mini-sode of "But That's Another Story,” Unremembered Hollywood’s look at the stories that don’t quite make the main episode. Our first tale is the story of the human/primate brawl that nearly derailed Lillian Gish's birthday party. “But That’s Another Story” will be back next month with another tangentially-related tale. Special Guests: Christine Weatherup, Justin Neufeld, Mark Gagliardi, Seth Morris, and Zipporah Cardozo.
Episode 101: The President of Hollywood
In our premiere episode, noted Hollywood historian Abby Larson tells the story of Irving Stansel, the first President of Hollywood. As the picture business transformed from sideshow attraction to dominant cultural force, the moguls of Tinseltown often found themselves in aggressive disagreements that often ended in bloodshed. Rather than kill each other over the latest scripts to hit the town, those early power players named a man named Irving Stansel to settle all disputes and to keep the...