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TMBDOS! Episode 122: “The Queens” (1966) & “Recruits” (1986).

May 21st, 2018
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Lee and Daniel continue their look at sex comedies, again trying out something old and something more "modern". This time out it's the Italian anthology sex comedy "The Queens" (1966), featuring four beautiful ladies of the period, and then they take another trip to Canada to take a look at the "Police Academy" rip-off "Recurits" (1986). Lee also talks about two films he recently watched.

"The Queens" IMDB 

"Recruits" IMDB

Featured Music: "Le Fate Shake" by Armando Trovajoli, "Maga Magò" by Armando Trovajoli & Titti Bianchi, and "Recruits (Ride Hard, Live Free)" by Thor.

TMBDOS! Episode 121: “The Swinger” (1966) & “Screwballs” (1983).

May 14th, 2018
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We're back for more sex comedies this episode with Lee and Daniel. This week the hosts drool over the silly and charming "The Swinger" (1966), featuring the beautiful Ann Margret. Then they go to T & A High School to see some boobs in "Screwballs" (1983).

A great sequence from "The Swinger"

"The Swinger" IMDB

"Screwballs" IMDB

Featured Music: "The Swinger" by Ann Margret, "Shake that Thing" & "This Heart's on Fire" by Johnny Dee Fury.

TMBDOS! Episode 120: “Beach Party” (1963) & “Joysticks” (1983).

May 8th, 2018
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After almost two years of going in other directions, Lee and Daniel bring the podcast back to their sex comedy series. Starting off they look at what might be the prototype for the teen beach movie in 1963's "Beach Party", and then they jump twenty years ahead to look at one of the most obvious dick joke flms ever made with 1983's "Joysticks". Listener comments are also covered.

"Beach Party" IMDB

"Joysticks" IMDB

Catch Lee on a recent episode of Cinema Psyops

Featured Music: "Beach Party" by Frankie Avalon; "Surfin and A-Swinging" by Dick Dale and the Del-Tones, and "Joysticks" by Ray Knehnetsky.

Blood on the Tracks Episode 13: Favourite Westerns Part 3.

May 1st, 2018
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Lee is back with the third and final (for now) part of his list of selections from his favourite soundtracks/scores from Westerns. If you've guessed that there's a ton of Italian tracks in here, you'd be quite correct, but Lee still managed to sneak in a few North American entries he remembered.

Playlist:

--Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darlin from "High Noon" (1953) -- Tex Ritter
--The Cowboys from "Tombstone" (1993) -- Bruce Broughton
--Johnny Guitar from "Johnny Guitar" (1954) -- Peggy Lee & Victor Young
--Nel Cimitero Di Tucson from "Viva Django" (1968) -- Gianfranco Reverberi & Gian-Piero Reverberi
--You'd Better Smile from "Viva Django" (1968) -- Gianfranco Reverberi & Gian-Piero Reverberi
--Hot Lands from "Silver Saddle" (1978) -- Franco Bixio, Vince Tempera & Fabio Frizzi
--Main Titles from "Death Rides a Horse" (1967) -- Ennio Morricone
--The Ecstacy of Gold from "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" (1968) -- Ennio Morricone
--Rather Lovely Thing from "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" (2007) -- Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
--Four Doomed Men Ride Out from "Bone Tomahawk" (2015) -- Jeff Herriott & S.Craig Zahler
--Johnny's Theme from "Blood at Sundown" (1966) -- Felice Di Stefano & Michele Lacerenza
--Sycamore Trails from "If You Meet Sartana, Pray for Your Death" (1968) -- Piero Piccioni
--Ballad of a Gunman from "Ballad of a Gunman" (1967) -- Marcello Giombini
--There Won't Be Many Coming Home from "The Fastest Guitar Alive" (1967) -- Roy Orbison

Opening and closing music: Downhill Decoy from "Danger Diabolik" by Ennio Morricone & Blonk Monster from "House by the Cemetery" by Walter Rizzati.