Episode 001

Turner Classic Movies

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Fritz Coleman and Louise Palanker share their passion for Turner Classic Movies, delving into the careers of Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Natalie Wood, which sends them on a hunt for messages in Splendor In The Grass. Can abstinence really drive teenagers crazy? Plus Fritz goes down a media path that leads from his NBC co-worker Josh Mankiewicz through Josh’s grandfather Herman Mankiewicz who wrote Citizen Kane to Herman’s brother Joseph Mankiewicz who wrote Cleopatra and All About Eve which led to the discovery of a book by Sydney Ladensohn Stern called The Brothers Mankiewicz.

The Brothers Mankiewicz by Sydney Ladensohn Stern

Turner Classic Movies