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Jack Marino Hollywood Shows

04 Jul

Show #7
 OLD HOLLYWOOD: On my first show about the Golden Age of Hollywood I
invited Steve Hayes to
the show so he could share with us his adventurous life
starting when he arrived in Hollywood at 19 in 1949.   On that day he went
to a party at Errol Flynn's famous Mulholland Farm and his life changed
forever.   Steve got to know as friends, many of the greats of
Hollywood Fame and he worked as a manager of GOOGIES,
“CoffeeShop of the Stars”.  Steve was later joined by
filmmaker/author Eric
Sherman
 the son of Vincent Sherman a credited Warner Bros
Director.  Both guest had great stories about their experiences with all
the greats they knew in their fascinating lives.  Definitely .. To Be
Continued!! Download

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Show
#12  Australian Filmmaker Robert de Young,  the writer/producer of the film
Tasmanian Devil: The Fast and Furious Life of Errol Flynn.  Robert is in
Los Angeles filming his latest film about the life of actor Peter Finch.
 Also, Author
Steven Schochet
 calls in to talk about his new book  Hollywood
Stories: Short Entertaining Anecdotes about the Stars & Legends of the
Movies.  Both Robert and Steven share a common knowledge and affection for
the great stories of these incredible legends. Download

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Show #18 Jack is back from
vacation in Boston visiting his grandchildren.  His special guest is
actor, writer, author
Louis Kraft.
 Louis brings his historical knowledge about the American
West, the truth about George A. Custer and Cheyenne Indian Agent Edward
Wynkoop.  Louis talks of the great Hollywood films like, THEY DIED WITH
THEIR BOOTS ON  imdb  starring Errol Flynn and Olivia de
Havilland.  Louis speaks of his friendship with Ms. de Havilland one of
the last of the great leading ladies of the silver screen. Download

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Show # 19  Author, writer,
columnist, and musician Michael Merrett, joins the show to tell of his recent
article in THE DAILY ITEM all about his determination to have a
career as a writer despite the fact, he was born with retintis pigmetosa
along with his four brothers.  His memoir,  SLIPPING INTO DARKNESS  is
an incredible journey of determination and details his decent into blindness
and his brothers' experiences.  Michael has written four self-published
books including two novels, which are all available on his website THE FOG. Listen to this
incredible story of Michael Merrett, who I went to Pope John XXIII High School
with in Everett, MA. Download

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Show # 20 has independent filmmaker and one
man film studio Vic
Alexander
who  is an American filmmaker with 35 years of
experience shooting movies all over the world. A graduate of the San Francisco
State University Film Department.  Vic Alexander has worked as
cinematographer, editor, film director (between 1970 and 1992), and university
instructor in the Cal State University system (1993-1999). Since 2000, Vic
Alexander has returned to independent filmmaking in Southern California. In
addition to writing about film, Vic Alexander also writes on a variety of
subjects, including religion and history.  Tonight Vic explains film vs
digital and why film is so much better and is still used by the major motion
picture studios.  He has written a book on the process of making films
called, FILMMAKING A to Z  which is now on Amazon. Download

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Show #22  has veteran
character actor/director Richard Erdman who started out in the last days of
vaudeville.  In 1944 at the age of 17 he was signed to a contract with
Warner Bros. and he has been working as an actor ever since.  Richard has
been in over 100 films and over 600 Television shows.  He was the barracks
chief 'Hoffy' in “Stalag 17”,  he played the Delong in the film
“Cry Danger” with his idol William Powell and McNulty in that famous
and popular Twilight Zone, “A kind of Stopwatch”.  Richard has
some great stories of his career and all the great actors he worked with in the
past six decades.  This is a show about old Hollywood and what it was like
working as an actor in those wonderful days of the studio system.  Download

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Show #27 has a special guest Rory Flynn, the daughter of legendary
actor Errol FlynnRory talks about living up at
Mulholland Farm and of her new  book The Baron of
Mulholland
,
 which is a wonderful and touching love letter
from a loving daughter to her Father.  Download

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Show
#28  has in studio guest Robert Florczak,  Hollywood's
Premier Private Chef!    Richard Florczak, has been the private chef
to high profile people for more than fifteen years. He is the author of the a
new and fascinating cookbookThe Private Chef For the past
nine years Richard has been the full-time exclusive chef for actor and director
Mel Gibson and was recently sought after by Jennifer Garner to provide services
on a part-time basis. Download

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Show #29  has a special
guest, actor Paul
Picerni
,
 stage-screen-TV career took him from small East
Coast theater groups to Hollywood studios where he acted alongside stars on the
level of John Wayne, Errol Flynn, Audie Murphy, Burt Lancaster, Vincent Price,
Charles Bronson and his best friend Telly Savalas. In this book, master
storyteller Picerni vividly describes working with these legends (and scores of
others) and recalls in detail all the phases of his astounding 60 years in the
acting profession.  His manager/Author John Gloski, is also a
guest, telling how he met Paul and about his book, Tough Kid: The
Life and Films of Frankie Darro.
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Show #31  has  Stephen Schochet, Author and
Hollywood Tour guide presenting his new book, “Hollywood Stories:
Short, Entertaining Anecdotes about the Stars and Legends of  the
Movies! ” Listen to Stephen tell some great stories we never get to
hear from the mainstream media of Hollywood's film greats! Download

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Show #32 features Filmmaker and Horror legend  Tom Holland 
to the show. Tom talks about his years as one of the last of the young
contract actors at Warner Bros.  How he worked his way into writing and
then directing.  He talks about his film FRIGHT NIGHT 
and all the other films and television shows he has written, produced and
Directed. Tom is considered a legend in the Horror film genre and he has a
lot of fans out there all over the world and your Host happens to be one of
them.  It was a real pleasure to meet Tom and have him on my show. Download

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More great show coming soon!

 

— David DeWitt

 
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