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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joan Fontaine. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joan Fontaine, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joan Fontaine. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joan Fontaine, often where they are interviewed.

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Classic Radio Theater for January 4, 2020 Hour 2 - Suspicion starring Joan Fontaine

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Screen Guild Players, Suspicion, starring Joan Fontaine in her original 1941 Academy Award Winning role, originally broadcast January 4, 1943. Also Fibber McGee and Molly from January 4, 1956, The Light Bill.
Jan 03 2020 · 49mins
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Episode 2: Olivia de Havilland & Joan Fontaine

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Olivia de Havilland Joan Fontaine This week on Talk Hollywood to Me:
Two sisters competing for awards and recognition in Hollywood, a sibling rivalry that spanned 60 years in Hollywood and almost a century in their personal lives, one of the biggest feuds of all time and a recent lawsuit. 



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Apr 30 2019 ·

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Ep 42: Joan Fontaine in Born to Be Bad (1950)

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Instead of looking at Joan Fontaine as a noir dame, let's think of her as a post-war Baby Face. Somewhere along the line, Fontaine's character Christabel Caine internalised the mantra 'use men to get the things you want'. Men fall for the sweet looking blonde without second-guessing her true motivation. I wrap it up with a chapter from Fontaine's memoir No Bed of Roses (1978) where she talks about Howard Hughes, her boss at RKO.
Mar 08 2019 · 26mins
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Episode 45 - Joan Fontaine

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Joan Fontaine earned acclaim for her performances in classic films like Rebecca and Suspicion, and she appeared on the stage and the big and small screens for nearly sixty years. Like her sister, fellow actress, and bitter rival Olivia de Havilland, Joan Fontaine won an Academy Award but also picked up two additional nominations for her dynamic screen work throughout the 1940s. She made only one visit to Suspense - "Lovebirds" (originally aired on CBS on March 3, 1949) an engrossing mystery about a wife who plots to help her invalid husband on his way to the great beyond. We'll also hear her recreate her Oscar-nominated role in a radio version of Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca (originally aired on The Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre on May 31, 1943).

Aug 03 2017 · 1hr 3mins

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Olivia De Havilland & Joan Fontaine : Le Filmographe

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Portrait de deux sœurs rivales mais avant tout, grandes actrices.

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Jun 23 2017 · 19mins
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Joan Fontaine

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Roy Plomley's castaway is actress Joan Fontaine.

Favourite track: Piano Concerto in A Minor by Edvard Grieg
Book: Single-volume encyclopaedia
Luxury: The Taj Mahal
Nov 25 1978 · 27mins