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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Margot Kidder. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Margot Kidder, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Margot Kidder. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Margot Kidder, often where they are interviewed.

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True Story Bro Episode 14 RIP Margot Kidder, TV & E3 2018 (Explicit)

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Originally Published on May 19, 2018

In this episode we remember the late Margot Kidder and then we go into quite a bit of TV talk including the cancelling of recent TV shows and anticipation of upcoming ones. We go into what we may and may not see at E3 this year and then the rest is a blur....you guys listen to it, geez thats 

Episode 14 of Our Podcast Journey

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Aug 19 2019 · 2hr 2mins
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#15 Margot Kidder

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Aug 10 2019 · 44mins
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Margot Kidder – Special Episode

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Warning: this interview between Louisa Willcox and actress and activist Margot Kidder could change your life. Margot was a brilliant spokesperson for the underdog and the dispossessed, who cared deeply about wilderness and the fate of the planet. Margie was also my friend, and one of the most generous, hilarious, smart and beautiful people I have ever met. Margie enjoyed a successful career acting, known, in particular, for her role as Lois Lane in the Superman Series alongside Christopher Reeves.
This interview was done in December, 2016, shortly after Margie returned from unprecedented protests at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota, aimed at stopping a pipeline from being built under the Missouri River. Within a week of this interview, the Trump administration ordered the razing of the protest site, forcible removal of all remaining protesters, and completion of the pipeline.

The time then did not seem ripe to publish this piece, but Margie passed in May, 2018, and I feel that others could be empowered and inspired by her perspectives and experience at the protest. She offers insights here that have not been covered in the press. Margie shares a powerful and clear vision for improving our relations with each other, and the importance of challenging the dominant role of the extractive energy industry and tackling perhaps the most important problem of our time: climate change.
Aug 06 2018 · 43mins
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Episode 28 - Margot Kidder - Actress, Activist, Visionary

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Margot Kidder was an actress, activist, and visionary. Warning: this interview could change your life. Margot was a brilliant spokesperson for the underdog and the dispossessed, who cared deeply about wilderness and the fate of the planet. Margie was also my friend, and one of the most generous, hilarious, smart and beautiful people I have ever met. Margie enjoyed a successful career acting, known, in particular, for her role as Lois Lane in the Superman Series alongside Christopher Reeves.

This interview was done in December, 2016, shortly after Margie returned from unprecedented protests at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota, aimed at stopping a pipeline from being built under the Missouri River. Within a week of this interview, the Trump administration ordered the razing of the protest site, forcible removal of all remaining protesters, and completion of the pipeline.

The time then did not seem ripe to publish this piece, but Margie passed in May, 2018, and I feel that others could be empowered and inspired by her perspectives and experience at the protest. She offers insights here that have not been covered in the press. Margie shares a powerful and clear vision for improving our relations with each other, and the importance of challenging the dominant role of the extractive energy industry and tackling perhaps the most important problem of our time: climate change.
Jul 17 2018 · 43mins
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014 - RIP Margot Kidder - Gotham gets Canceled - New Young Justice Artwork

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Jul 08 2018 · 28mins
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EP 19: Dear Margot Kidder

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On May 13, 2018, we were saddened to hear of the unexpected death of Margot Kidder at the age of 69.  Sure, everyone knows her as Lois Lane, but she's perfectly at home in the podcast because of three of her early films, Sisters (1972), Black Christmas (1974), and The Amityville Horror (1979).  With a little help from their friends*, Jeff and Richard discuss these films and the life of this lovely and amazing actress.

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Jun 11 2018 · 2hr 35mins
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LadyWatch Memorial: Margot Kidder

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Ryan and Jason pay tribute to a fallen Lady: Beloved for her affecting portrayal of Lois Lane and admired for her unwavering activism work and efforts to de-stigmatize mental health issues in light of her very public nervous breakdowns and manic episodes, the smokey-voiced Canadian import of screens big and small, Margot Kidder.

Jun 04 2018 · 27mins
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RIP 8: Remembering Margot Kidder

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Margaret Ruth Kidder was much more than Lois Lane. She may have been in the movie that made you "believe a man could fly" but her presence kept that movie firmly grounded here on Earth.

Aaron and Brad take a look back at the Canadian actress and her legacy as an icon as well as an advocate for mental health. Join Rest In Pictures as we focus on the work of Margot Kidder through Brian De Palma's SISTERS, the legendary THE AMITYVILLE HORROR, the iconic SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE and more.

Jun 04 2018 · 1hr 42mins
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Dark Discussions - Episode 336 - Margot Kidder Tribute: 1974's Black Christmas

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Welcome the newest episode of Dark Discussions, your place for the discussion of horror film, fiction, and all that’s fantastic.

Slasher films have been mainstays since the time of John Carpenter’s Halloween. Yet, films such as Psycho, Peeping Tom, and the dozens of Giallos by Sergio Martino, Mario Bava, Dario Argento, among others appeared before 1978, including Black Christmas, Bob Clark’s 1974 film that many actually consider the first “real” slasher. With the passing of Margot Kidder, one of genre’s most beloved stars, Dark Discussions takes a look at this classic genre film.

In a small college town, a sorority house gets various obscene phone calls during the month of December. Though Jessica, Phyllis, and Barbara are staying in the house for the Christmas break, everyone else begins to head home. When Clare, one of the last to leave, mysteriously disappears, both her boyfriend Chris and father become concerned. After a local high school girl disappears, the police get involved. Unbeknownst to the girls, the danger may be lurking right inside their sorority house.

Made in Canada, starring both Americans and Canadians, it was one of the films that put Bob Clark on the map but also Margot Kidder too. Though in a supporting role, she received high praise in what turned out to be a defining moment in her career. Going on to do Superman only solidified her stardom. Dark Discussions does a tribute to not only a great film, but also to an actress who’s time was too short.

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May 24 2018 · 2hr 17mins
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Welcome To The Terror Drome 11 - “Margot Kidder was collateral damage”

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Episode 11

“Margot Kidder was collateral damage”

The diamond in the rough Diamondbacks are back with episode 11. This week we prank Midi and Bo with the intro, Midi shows up drunk (3:40), we discuss Hi-Ho Cherry-O and Clue (6:30), Midi threatens to drop 32 bars (11:14), Nate at the dentist pt. 2 (13:30), R.I.P. Margot Kidder and our newfound supernatural podcast power (21:00), Android podcast apps (27:20), Bo-erry Seinfeld (32:35), Insta-stories and flip flops (35:00), Yoohoo is Chocolate water (39:30), liquor ingredient labels and peach-a-rita’s (42:17), Bo’s new wave Holy Ghost (51:01), Midi Minute: Pornhub socks (58:55), Bo’s plugs (65), Gundam building (69:00), Midi’s most clear plugs EVER (72:00), Dust’s Easy Money disappointment (77:00)

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May 18 2018 · 1hr 19mins
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