Movies on the Radio : August 2013

The Dark Drama of Film Noir

Saturday, August 31, 2013

The Film Noir genre may be best known for its hard-boiled heroes, deceitful dames, and deeply shadowed stories and cinematography, but music also plays an important part in these dark dramas.

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Good Dog!

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Dogs make great cinematic heroes. They're the perfect protagonists for the classic movie story themes of courage, hope and loyalty. Plus, they're cute, charming, furry and speak a language everyone understands.

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The Popcorn Bag

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Large, Extra Large, or Gigantic? With butter? Salt? Tonight at 9 pm, the Movies on the Radio "Popcorn Bag" has something for everyone, from "The Lone Ranger" remake to "World War Z."

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The Long Shadow of the Atomic Bomb

Saturday, August 10, 2013

To commemorate the significant events of 68 years ago, host David Garland presents some powerful music for the films "Fat Man and Little Boy," "Above and Beyond" and "The Beginning or the End."

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Remembering Jerome Moross, Hollywood Symphonist

Saturday, August 03, 2013

David Garland presents an overview of composer Jerome Moross’ joyful and dramatic music for films such as "The Big Country," "The Proud Rebel," "The War Lord" and "Rachel Rachel."

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