The Cinema Misfits Podcast, Episode 3: Avatar, Marmaduke, and The Golden Globe Nominations

6 ‘n 90.  Da Man reviews 6 movies in 90 seconds.″

Avatar reviewed.  Spoiler alert!  (Yeah, like everyone hasn’t seen it already)  Also, how will films be presented in the future?″

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Bonus Ann Rutherford Interview

Through a happy mixture of luck, timing, and talent, Ann Rutherford made her screen debut at the age of fifteen when she appeared in the title role of Waterfront Lady (1935).  Throughout the 1930s and 1940s, she played the leading lady opposite such screen legends as John Wayne, Gene Autry, and James Stewart.  However, it is for her featured roles that she is arguably best known, be it Polly Benedict, Andy Hardy’s faithful girlfriend in the Hardy Family series (1927 – 1942); the flirtaious and slightly scandalous Lydia Bennet in Pride and Prejudice (1940); or perhaps her best-known role, Scarlett O’ Hara’s youngest sister, Carreen, in Gone with the Wind (1939).

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The Cinema Misfits Podcast, Episode 2: Ann Rutherford Interview (part 2), Yogi Bear, Ma and Pa Kettle, 6 ‘n 90

6 ‘n 90!  Da Man reviews six films in ninety seconds!″

Hollywood takes on Red Box and bad Twitter movie reviews.″

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The Cinema Misfits Podcast, Episode 1: Ann Rutherford Interviewed, 2012 Reviewed, Hollywood Out of Ideas, 6 ‘n 90

We kickoff this inaugural show with Da Man’s 6 ‘n 90.  Six reviews in ninety seconds.″

The Islander.  Guests are interviewed by Nancy and asked to pick the 10 films they would take with them to a desert island.  Nancy’s first guest is Ann Rutherford.  Miss Rutherford played Scarlett’s youngest sister in Gone With the Wind and Polly Benedict in the Andy Hardy series, and is a veteran of many wonderful Hollywood films.″

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