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"Scrooge" 1970, Albert Finney (Part 2)

Jacob Marley Is Dead

What does Jimmy have against the milk of human kindness? Find out in this week's conclusion to the conversation we began last week about Ebenezer Scrooge's 1970 outing as a song and dance man. CONTACTComments, questions, and gruel recipes can be directed to jacobmarleyisdead@gmail.comFollow us on twitter @marleyisdeadPODCREDITSCover art by Milo NeumanFollow him on twitter @MiloNeumanAnd check out his webcomic: https://www.dimitracomics.comI Saw Three Ships by Ben DeVries is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/legalcodeWe Three Kings by Ben DeVries is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/legalcode --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 26mins

20 Feb 2021

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"Scrooge" 1970, Albert Finney (Part 1)

Jacob Marley Is Dead

"What have they done to Scrooge?"We will find out the answer to that question as we dive headfirst into the 1970 film musical "Scrooge" featuring a heavily made up Albert Finney, the ghost of Obi Wan Kenobi and Jimmy's least favorite Bob Cratchit.CONTACTComments, questions, and gruel recipes can be directed to jacobmarleyisdead@gmail.comFollow us on twitter @marleyisdeadPODCREDITSI Saw Three Ships by Ben DeVries is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/legalcodeWe Three Kings by Ben DeVries is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/legalcode--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 11mins

16 Feb 2021

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Ep #6 - Albert Finney in the 60s

Cinema60

All Albert Finney ever wanted was to be a great character actor. As one of youngest actors to gain his success through Britain’s “angry young men” movement, his stage and film career quickly helped to define it. He actively rebelled against his boyish good looks; the idea of selling of an image of celebrity to the public, positive or not, made him deeply uncomfortable. To Albert Finney, acting was always “work," and he constantly worked against being typecast. Within the ‘60s alone he landed a variety of roles: a working class hooligan, a period drama ladies’ man, a cold blooded serial killer, an emotionally volatile architect, a jaded writer suffering from a degree of imposter syndrome, and a Picasso-obsessed stalker. In honor of Albert Finney, who passed away earlier this year, Bart and Jenna take a look at all of the films he starred in during the 1960s. These films established what was to come for the rest of his career and offer some real unsung gems of British cinema. Not discussed in this episode are The Entertainer (1960) and The Victors (1963), in which Finney only has brief cameos. The following films are discussed, however:• Saturday Night, Sunday Morning (1960) Directed by Karel Reisz Starring Albert Finney, Shirley Anne Field, Rachel Roberts• Tom Jones (1963) Directed by Tony Richardson Starring Albert Finney, Susannah York, George Devine• Night Must Fall (1964) Directed by Karel Reisz Starring Albert Finney, Susan Hampshire, Mona Washbourne• Two for the Road (1967) Directed by Stanley Donen Starring Audrey Hepburn, Albert Finney • Charlie Bubbles (1967) Directed by Albert Finney Starring Albert Finney, Colin Blakely, Billie Whitelaw, Liza Minelli• The Picasso Summer (1969) Directed by Robert Sallin (& Serge Bourguignon, uncredited) Starring Albert Finney, Yvette Mimieux, Luis Miguel Dominguín

1hr 20mins

9 Apr 2019

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Episode 177 - RIP Mr. Albert Finney (Tom Jones)

What We've Watched Podcast

In tribute to the recently passed away Albert Finney we watch his breakthrough roll for the first time, 1963's Tom Jones!

33mins

5 Apr 2019

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Mal Remembers Albert Finney

This Week in Mal's World

This week in Mal’s World, Mal Vincent pays tribute to the late British actor Albert Finney. He provides a list of must see films for the actor and recounts a story he heard twice from Finney about the 1963 Oscar night.

20 Mar 2019

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Albert Finney (etc.) RIP

LENS ME YOUR EARS

With the recent passing of Albert Finney, Stephen & Carsten have put together a loving tribute to his body of work, plus a few nods to Stanley Donen, Bruno Ganz and Jan Michael Vincent. :)  Check out CKDU every Tuesday afternoon at 5pm AST for a new episode of the show!  Follow us on twitter: @Lensmeyourears and like us on Facebook!  Stephen's twitter:@NS_scooke  Carsten's twitter: @CarstenKnox

59mins

12 Mar 2019

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009 - Albert Finney

theCrowCast

Big Fish (2003) Who would have thought Tim Burton would unite theCrows. Yet he did. And not in disgust - instead twoCrows cried and oneCrow (the one who totally takes having a Dad for granted) laughed. Elsewhere, tactical quizzing takes hold for thailahCrow. And there's a new jingle! Hold your breath for episode 10 - theThreeCrows go live! CONTACT THE CROWS! email - crows@thecrowcast.com website - thecrowcast.com podcast - https://radiopublic.com/thecrowcast-6rMQZR

1hr 14mins

1 Mar 2019

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ALBERT FINNEY (1936-2019)

DEATHWATCH

An actor who made a mark in six consecutive decades of film, Albert Finney is the first 2019 death to make it to Deathwatch. We look at his films UNDER THE VOLCANO and TOM JONES while discussing the impact of his career as a whole.

44mins

22 Feb 2019

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Oscar Chaos; Paramount Woes; Albert Finney

Movie Geeks United

The Movie Geeks celebrate the contributions of recently deceased actors Albert Finney, Bruno Ganz and Dick Miller, share their thoughts on the recent chaos surrounding revoked Academy Award decisions, and the current woes of the financially crunched Paramount Studios.

1hr 26mins

22 Feb 2019

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Episode 1: Albert Finney Ties It Together

The Shakes

On this pilot episode, a show about creativity appears to be about anything but. Origin stories are important though. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 27mins

18 Sep 2013