The Cinema Show

Raindance, James Dean and President Muffley

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30 September 2016

Episode 43

30 minutes

Are film-makers and audiences afraid of taking risks? We ask Elliot Grove, founder of the Raindance Film Festival. We also recall a US president who was never far from the nuclear codes and take a look at pre-fame James Dean. Plus: former TV talk-show host Sally Jessy Raphael tells us about the last time she spoke to Audrey Hepburn.

30 September 2016

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Dear President Muffley

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Monocle’s contributing editor Andrew Mueller reads a letter from a US president with his finger on the big red nuclear button.

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The Score

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A special focus on the composer Danny Elfman, the man behind the music of ‘Batman’ (1989), ‘Edward Scissorhands’ (1990) and ‘The Simpsons’.

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James Dean

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Director Matthew Mishory walks us through his film ‘Joshua Tree, 1951’ and his imagined encounter with the cinema icon James Dean.

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Sally Jessy Raphael

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Former talk-show host Sally Jessy Raphael tells Ben Rylan about her final conversation with Audrey Hepburn.

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