Season 1 Finale!

Nothing extra for today, but thank you so much to all of you who have listened and followed along with us for this first season!

Special thanks to our brother, Jeff, for joining us for Episode 9, and our parents, Tom and Diane, for introducing us to all these wonderful movies, encouraging us to exercise our creativity as children, and continuing to support us in everything we do.

See you in the fall!!

The Wind in the Willows

Just in case you missed the full film last week:

Jose Ferrer in Newhart – The episode where Ned is Dead!

Stop-motion Wind in the Willows, recorded for us by our Nanny:

Wind in the Willows, the storytape we grew up with.

Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride!!!!

The Wind in the Willows – Vanessa Redgrave Version

Aaaaand…. here’s Batman and Robin. Wow.

NEXT WEEK: Emily, Laura, and Jen talk about the experience of making the podcast.


Here’s the full movie, in case you missed it last week:

We talk a LOT about Audrey Hepburn’s wardrobe. Here’s why:

Here’s a bit of a deep dive on Hepburn and her designer, Hubert Givenchy:

A documentary on Audrey Hepburn – currently available on Canadian Netflix:

NEXT WEEK: The Wind in the Willows (1987)

Royal Wedding

If you missed it the first time, here’s the full movie on YouTube.

And if you don’t have a chance to watch the whole movie, at least watch this number:

Dancing on the Ceiling – and how they did it…

Hollywood’s take on Haitian music in the 1950…

Here’s a taste of *actual* Haitian music from 1920 – 1955

Here’s the channel that Emily recommended – Be Kind Rewind – that has some amazing videos on Classic Cinema. Their take on Katharine Hepburn…

NEXT WEEK: Charade – available on Amazon Prime, or you can watch it here…

And here’s the trailer if you don’t have time for the whole movie, but you really should make time for the movie…

The Moonspinners

If you haven’t watched The Moonspinners, you can catch up on the plot with our Recapisode!

Here’s the episode!

Show Notes!

Here’s the original 1961 theatrical trailer for The Guns of Navarone – you can rent it on YouTube.

Laura also recommends The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants – which is available for rent on YouTube and Prime. The sequel is currently on Canadian Netflix. (Sorry about the low-res trailer. You can let us know if you find a better version…)

Just in case you want to learn more about the Manic Pixie Dream Girl…

NEXT WEEK: The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming – the full movie is available here!!

The Cat from Outer Space

If you haven’t had a chance to watch The Cat From Outer Space, check out our quick Recapisode!

Here’s the full episode…

And here are the show notes! Not a lot today…

Emily referenced The Guy Who Was In That Thing and it’s sister documentary…

Check out the mummified cats in Netflix’s Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb…

Sandy Duncan as Dr. Liz Bartlett

Next Week: The Moonspinners (available on Disney+ and YouTube)

Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be any really good trailers, so you’ll have to make do with this 9 second CBS promo. You can also find clips on YouTube. And we’ll be doing a Recapisode, so you’ll at least have a rough idea of the plot. See you next week!

The Sword in the Stone

Show Notes: The Sword in the Stone

Hold onto your hats kids, there’s a lot this week! Remember, if you want to watch The Sword in the Stone yourself, it is available on Disney+ and you can rent or buy it on YouTube.

Opening Credits – the Book!!

Bill Peet – check out his Wikipedia page, this guy was involved in a TON of classic Disney movies

T.H. White, The Sword in the Stone

Mary Stewart, Merlin Trilogy

The Mists of Avalon

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court – the full movie is on YouTube!!

Laura’s Pick for a Podcast: Every Little Thing

The Sugarbowl

The solution to ‘BVD’ on Merlin’s underpants?? It’s also a brand of men’s underwear

The Fabulous B****, King Pellinore

The Questing Beast

Ginny Tyler, the voice of the girl squirrel.

Barbara Jo Allen, the scullery maid and creator of the radio character Vera Vague.

Martha Wentworth, lady squirrel and Madame Mim.

Merlin’s Bermuda Outfit and The End of the Movie

Available on Disney+ and YouTube

White Christmas

Welcome to our first full episode, where we chat about White Christmas and venture into other fun family dynamics like what happens when one sister doesn’t want to wear matching dresses…

Here’s the episode:

And here are some of the things we talked about in the show!

The girl in the Green Dress. She’s worth tracking throughout this movie.

One example of Edith Head’s brilliant costuming… and a darn good song.

Salute to the General overseas, beginning of the movie:

Salute to the General, end of the movie:

So, this has become our signature song. For reasons. I’m sure you can’t guess what they are.

Also, you have to watch the reprise…

White Christmas – the final scene.

NEXT EPISODE: The Sword in the Stone, available on Disney+