Monday, May 25, 2015

Podcast 146: Museum of Audrey Tease

It's time for another fun vacation away from Star Trek! This time we're accompanied by the absolutely radiant Audrey Hepburn in three movies that range from masterpiece to what's considered to be aggravatingly mixed levels of abhorrence. We decided to go ahead and look at the films in order of cinematic release. The journey begins in magnificent 1953 Rome with Gregory Peck as our tour guide in the unforgettable Roman Holiday. The mid-stop is a fashionable 1966 Paris caper alongside Peter O'Toole in the delightful How to Steal a Million. Our time with Audrey ends in 12th century Nottingham (or as J.R. says "some industrial sites in 1976") with an aging Sean Connery in Robin and Marian. We had a great time. You can't put a price on that smile.

Hey, as of this posting, Jon is heading to Europe in just a few days to see these important Audrey Hepburn places. Give a few tips if you can.

Btw, we spoke at the beginning about how J.R. is moving. Well yes Virginia, J.R. is moving to Virginia after all. Remember you heard it here first just like we said.

Podcast breakdown:

0:00 -- nuqneH (Grace Lee Whitney, movings, Europe trip, Mad Max, Avengers)
18:12 -- Roman Holiday
50:38 -- How to Steal a Million
1.21:58 -- Robin and Marian
1.45:55 -- Podcast awards and rankings
2.10:05 -- Next episode predictions
2.19:53 -- Qapla' and outtakes

Click here for that SNL commercial of the fake Black Widow movie!

Click here for "You Can't Always Get What You Want" by The Rolling Stones!

Click here for that Audrey Hepburn Gap commercial from several years ago!

Click here for the imdb page for Tim's Vermeer!

Hey we neglected to mention it on the show, but here is a link to Justin's Nerd in the Car podcast!

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Of course this episode is dedicated in loving memory to Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993).

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