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Welcome to our ragtag podcast. One of the unexpected pleasures of the past year of lockdowns and nightmares has been sharing some of our favorite movies with our daughter.  We've always been close and shared lots of movies (both kids movies and some not), but, this time without blockbusters or rep houses choosing for us, we actually turned back to our prodigous DVD collection and started her real education, and she's positively flourished. The conversations we have after each movie have been surprising, smart, and, I think, pretty funny.  Hopefully you agree. 


Dec 14, 2020

In this episode, we take a look at three Depression-era backstage musicals from 1933, produced by Warner Bros. and featuring musical numbers directed by Busby Berkeley. Do Footlight Parade, 42nd Street, and Gold Diggers of 1933 hold any charm for a 10-year-old? Take a listen and find out! 

If you never saw the Jerry Orbach/42nd Street Broadway ad, you can remedy that now:

Episode art by Gable Fialkov.

Series art and logo by Gabo. Visit him at

Original Series music by Gibby & the Flying Gs.