CCU45: In a Lonely Place (1950) & Humphrey Bogart Films
Mark and Aaron are joined by Matt Gasteier to explore Nicholas Ray’s In a Lonely Place (1950) and evaluate Humphrey Bogart’s body of work. We go into how Ray’s life informed the cinema, why he wasn’t celebrated during his time and subsequently appreciated later. We also go through Bogart’s entire career, from getting his lucky break to becoming a superstar.
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Episode Links & Notes
Special Guest: Matt Gasteier from Criterion on the Brain and Criterion by Spine. You can follow him on Twitter.
0:00 – Welcome and New Music!
2:25 – Welcome Matt!
6:20 – Matt’s Criterion Connection
14:40 – In a Lonely Place
1:06 – Humphrey Bogart
- Silent Film Music with Ben Model episode
- The Criterion Chronology
- Matt’s Essay about Bigger than Life
- Aaron’s Essay about Bigger than Life
- You Must Remember This – Bogie and Bacall
- Mark Hurne: Twitter | Letterboxd
- Aaron West: Twitter | Blog | Letterboxd
- Criterion Close-Up: Facebook | Twitter | Email
- Music from Ben Model: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Next time on the podcast: North of the Border
Posted on July 24, 2016, in Criterions, Film, Podcast. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
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