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Who The Hell Are We?

Release Date: 06/18/2020

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Who The Hell Are We?

Melanie's final podcast from Chicago; Ed and Melanie discuss THE BEST of EVERYTHING from 1959 and provide related book recommendations.

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Who The Hell Are We?

Updates on Melanie's move and Ed's latest novel; Ed and Melaine discuss THE MOVIE LOVERS from 1971.

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Who The Hell Are We?

Melanie phones in on a circa nineteen-ought-six laptop; Ed and Melanie discuss 1936's MY MAN GODFREY.

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Who The Hell Are We?

Melanie and Ed talk with special guest Christina Baker Kline about her new novel, THE EXILES, which is out today!

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"I never met a woman who was more man."

Who The Hell Are We?

Updates on Melanie's upcoming move; Ed and Melanie discuss 1954's bold and stylized film, JOHNNY GUITAR.

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Who The Hell Are We?

Chicago. Williamsburg. Pillow Talk. 

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Who The Hell Are We?

Ed talks about his celebrity stalking days, Melanie shares some NEWS.  Ed and Melanie discuss TOP HAT (1935) with Fred and Ginger!

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Who The Hell Are We?

The roof falls in on Melanie; Ed makes a Koren fried chicken run; TO EACH HIS OWN starring Olivia de Havilland from 1946 receives the Mel & Ed treatment.

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Who The Hell Are We?

Melanie and Ed are back after taking last week off.  Melanie drove to see her Covidboy in Colorado, Ed wrote and practiced his cello!

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Who The Hell Are We?

Still recording from home, Melanie and Ed talk house porn, discuss 1949's White Heat starring James Cagney, and books about mother issues.  Also, COVID strikes close to home.

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Melanie and Ed are still recording remotely, but perhaps not much longer...Chicago is slowly opening! COVID relocation research (house porn) is discussed and Imitation of Life (1959) is deliciously dissected.

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