A few months ago I had the pleasure of talking about one of my favorite movies -- The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) with Paul Francis Sullivan, a.k.a "Sully" for the Movies by Minutes podcast series. "The Best Minutes Podcast" covers the movie in several increments with different hosts and different guests, each examining a slice of that movie.
Sully and I had two episodes together and it was really one of most enjoyable experiences for me. As classic film fans, we know how wonderful it is to meet people who not only share our passion for these movies, but who can discuss them with knowledge and insight. Sully knows the film well, and he knows about the era in which it was produced, so our conversation was a blast from beginning to end.
Divided into two podcast episodes recently posted, here is a link to the first one (Minute 146 - Al Here?)
I hope you enjoy listening to them half as much as I did doing the interview.
Jacqueline T. Lynch is the author of Ann Blyth: Actress. Singer. Star. and Memories in Our Time - Hollywood Mirrors and Mimics the Twentieth Century. Her newspaper column on classic films, Silver Screen, Golden Memories is syndicated nationally. Her new book, a collection of posts from this blog - Hollywood Fights Fascism - is available here on Amazon.