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Classic Film Jerks
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Join movie fans Michael DiGiovanni and Andrew Bloom as they set out to determine if all these so called classic films are indeed just that.
 
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We watched 1940's The Shop Around The Corner with guest Jeff Somogyi from the Talkin' Chopp Podcast and now we want to avoid at all costs eating chicken noodle soup and red cabbage with Mr. Matuschek.
 
We watched 1967's In The Heat Of The Night and now all we want to scream is SLAP, GUM and CHIWETEL EJIOFOR!
 
We watched 1931's Dracula with guest Dave Alexander the co-owner of Rue Morgue Magazine and now all we want to do is stare very, very intently and figure out how to properly say the name Renfield!
 
We watched 1954's The Caine Mutiny with guest Paxton Holley from the I Read Movies Podcast and now we can't help but feel sorry for handsome plank face.
 
We watched 1955's Mister Roberts and now all we want to know is WHAT'S THE BIG IDEA?
 
We watched 1951's A Streetcar Named Desire and now we desperately want a fan with those ribbons on it.
 
We watched 1968's 2001: A Space Odyssey and now we have no goddamn idea how to pronounce Keir Dullea's name.
 
We watched 1952's High Noon with guest Erik J Martin from the Cineverse Group and now we want Tex Ritter to shut up.
 
We watched 1959's Anatomy Of A Murder and now all we want to do is eat at Sheldon's Shell Your Own Egg Shack.
 
We watched 1976's Network with guest John from the Classic Movie Reviews With Snark Podcast and now we're as mad as hell and are not going to look at your craggily face anymore!
 
We watched 1970's MASH and now we want you to know that...hello, my name is Elliot Gould.
 
We watched 1954's Rear Window with Jeeg from the Nerd Lunch Podcast and now we just want to let you know that...Perry Mason did it!
 
We watched 1945's Christmas In Connecticut with Jeff Somogyi of the Down The Rabbit Hole Podcast and now we really want to eat a bowl of milk with an egg in it.
 
We watched 1940's Fantasia and now we fully believe dust storms killed the Dinosaurs.
 
We watched 1956's Invasion Of The Body Snatchers and now we want to enjoy some hearty spoon bread.
 
We watched 1977's Close Encounters Of The Third Kind and now we want to report child services on Barry's mom.
 
We watched 1971's A Clockwork Orange and now all we want to say is Malcolm...I can see your doodle!
 
We watched 1961's West Side Story and now we definitely want to be hipster crooks.
 
We watched 1953's From Here To Eternity and now we want to bugle like we have never bugled before.
 
We watched 1961's Breakfast At Tiffany's and now we feel compelled to protect tiny, skinny women from being crushed by guitars.
 
We watched 1962's To Kill A Mockingbird with Christian Nielsen from The Pop Culture Retrofit Podcast and now we are just going to creepily hide behind your bedroom door.
 
Andrew and Michael are joined by pal Mark Dury as they try to recast Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
 
We watched 1969's The Wild Bunch and now we promise no horses were harmed during the making of this podcast.
 
We watched 1933's Duck Soup with guest Erik Martin from the Cineverse Group and now we want to know exactly which one is Zeppo?
 
We watched 1959's Imitation Of Life and now we want to start the John Gavin fan club.
 
We watched 1951's Scrooge with guest Jeff Somogyi from the Down The Rabbit Hole Podcast and now we want Ebenezer to stop laughing like the Joker and hey where are the Muppets already?
 
We watched 1960's The Apartment and now we want Fred MacMurray to play Captain Marvel.
 
We watched 1968's Night Of The Living Dead and now we want to do carpentry with BarBRA!
 
Andrew and Michael are joined by Carlin Trammel from the Nerd Lunch Podcast as they try to recast Top Gun.
 
We watched 1982's Tootsie and now we demand that every movie has a theme song with the title of the movie in it dammit!
 
We watched 1958's Touch Of Evil and now we want to VARGAS, VARGAS, VARGAS!
 
We watched 1960's Spartacus and now we wonder if we can use the trident without the net.
 
We watched 1955's Rebel Without A Cause and now we definitely don't want to have a Jim Stark level first day of school.
 
We watched 1966's The Good, The Bad And The Ugly and now we don't want to work at a gun shop.
 
We watched 1957's 12 Angry Men with guest (and lawyer) Evan Hanson from the Real World Consequences blog and now we want to wipe our brows with a hanky.
 
We watched 1959's Ben Hur and now we would like to order the Chicken Marsala please.
 
We watched 1971's The Last Picture Show and now we regret not naming our children Cloris.
 
We watched 1942's Yankee Doodle Dandy and now we want to tap dance down the White House steps.
 
We watched 1942's Holiday Inn with Jeff Somogyi from the Your Weird Podcast and now we just want to....*insert racism here*
 
We watched 1956's The Searchers with Steven from the HOM Podcast and now that'll be the day.
 
We watched 1931's Frankenstein and now all we want to do is AUNGHHHHHHHHH!
 
Andrew and Michael are joined by Shawn Robare from Brandedinthe80s.com as they try to recast Ghostbusters.
 
We watched 1938's The Adventures of Robin Hood and now all we want to do is laugh and laugh and laugh.
 
We watched 1959's Some Like It Hot and now all we want to say is ZOWEEE!!
 
We watched 1949's The Third Man and now we want to tap dance on top of a ferris wheel.
 
We watched 1971's The French Connection and now we want to dip a piece of french baguette in some blood.
 
We watched 1967's The Graduate and now we are probably not going to Scarborough Fair.
 
We watched 1940's The Philadelphia Story with writer/author Kliph Nesteroff and now we want to recast Michael Winslow in every single film.
 
We watched 1968's Oliver! and now we refuse to hide in a barrel of cabbage.
 
We watched 1973's The Sting and now we want to go running with Robert Redford.
 
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