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Speeding Bullit: The Life and Films of Steve McQueen is a podcast that takes an in-depth look at the life and films of Hollywood icon Steve McQueen. The podcast was created and is written, produced, and hosted by Kelsy Norman. Episodes include conversations with writers, actors, and directors, as well as detailed reviews of the actor’s movies and TV appearances.
 
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Gabriel Clarke, writer and codirector of the 2015 documentary Steve McQueen: The Man and Le Mans joins me to discuss his film, revealing all sorts of behind-the-scenes information from the production, including how it all came together and what it was like to work closely with the McQueen family.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Matt Stone, author of BULLITT: The Cars and the People Behind Steve McQueen, McQueen’s Motorcycles: Racing and Riding with the King of Cool, and McQueen's Machines: The Cars and Bikes of a Hollywood Icon joins me to discuss Steve McQueen’s four-wheeled co-stars in Le Mans.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Writer, documentary filmmaker, and Emmy Award-winning director John Klawitter reflects on his time in Sarthe, France in the summer of 1970, documenting Steve McQueen’s Le Mans.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Writer, actor, and podcaster Dion Baia joins me to discuss four of Steve McQueen’s early TV appearances, including The Defender, the two-part television play starring Ralph Bellamy and William Shatner, and the pilot for McQueen’s Western TV show, Wanted: Dead or Alive.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Bruce Buffer, the official octagon announcer for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), shares stories about surfing, martial arts, and hanging out with Steve and Chad McQueen in Malibu, California. During the second half of the show, I share my thoughts on the Steven Spielberg Bullitt project.
 
Dr. Ira Wells, author of the 2021 book, Norman Jewison: A Director’s Life, joins me to talk about the Canadian filmmaker’s relationship with Steve McQueen, revealing details of a Western film Jewison had planned for “The King of Cool”.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
James Coburn's daughter-in-law Robyn L. Coburn joins me to discuss her 2021 book, Dervish Dust: The Life and Words of James Coburn, highlighting James's relationships with Steve McQueen and Bruce Lee.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Jeff Commings, host of the podcast, The Baton: A John Williams Musical Journey, joins me to discuss John Williams’s career, his best scores, and of course the super important film score for The Reivers.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Chris Rieger, Director of the Center for Faulkner Studies at Southeast Missouri State University joins me to talk about Faulkner’s rise to fame, we compare The Reivers book to the movie, and we also discuss Faulkner’s screenwriting career.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
How does the biggest name in Hollywood end the 1960s? By starring in a film adaptation of William Faulkner’s last novel, 1962’s The Reivers, which takes place in Mississippi at the turn of the 20th century. Tune in as the Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill joins me to discuss the icon’s third and final comedy.…
 
Why is society obsessed with Charles Manson? Jeffrey Melnick, author of Creepy Crawling: Charles Manson and the Many Lives of America's Most Infamous Family, joins me to explore society's obsession with Manson. McQueen expert Marshall Terrill joins me on the second half of the episode to share his thoughts on Manson.…
 
Tom O’Neill, author of CHAOS: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties, discusses his shocking findings from 20 years of researching the crimes that took place at 10050 Cielo Drive in 1969. He also reveals what’s in McQueen’s LAPD Manson file, and shares what he knows about Steve’s cocaine dealer.…
 
In the summer of 1969, hippy cult leader Charles Manson and his followers terrorized Los Angeles, murdering actress Sharon Tate, McQueen’s close friend, Jay Sebring, and others. Writer Ivor Davis was there, reporting on the madness as it unfolded in real time. Ivor joins me to reflect on the Manson murders 50+ years later.…
 
Teenagers! Fast cars! Red blobby monsters! Novelist and co-host of the Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers podcast, Dion Baia, joins me on this Halloween bonus episode of Speeding Bullitt to discuss all of The Blob movies.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Writer and Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill joins me to share stories and anecdotes from his impressive writing career. Marshall has written 27 books, including 7 that focus on McQueen.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Writer and Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill returns to debunk or confirm rumours about ‘The King of Cool’. Did Steve McQueen punch Charles Manson in the face? Whats the story behind the famous quote, “I live for myself and answer to nobody“? Did McQueen die with a poster for The Blob on his wall? Tune in to find out.…
 
Lee Purcell’s film career was launched when Steve McQueen selected her to star in Solar Productions’ Adam at 6 AM. Purcell, who had never acted in a film before, become the only actress or actor to be introduced to the world by Steve McQueen as his personal discovery, and the only performer to receive mentorship from the icon.…
 
The Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill and I discuss Quentin Tarantino’s first work of fiction, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: A Novel, which is loaded with plenty of Steve McQueen.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Novelist and co-host of the Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers podcast, Dion Baia, joins me to discuss Steve McQueen’s five consecutive box office hit films in the 1960s: The Cincinnati Kid, Nevada Smith, The Sand Pebbles, The Thomas Crown Affair, and Bullitt.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Professional auctioneer Matt Moravec from Mecum Auctions, the world leader in live auctions of collector and classic vehicles, discusses what it was like to bang the gavel on the 1968 Bullitt Mustang, when it sold for 3.4 million dollars in 2020.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Matt Stone, author of the 2020 book, Bullitt: The Cars and People Behind Steve McQueen, joins me to discuss the vehicles in the film, including the Mustangs, the Chargers, and the green Volkswagen Beetle everybody loves to talk about.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Hop in the highland green Bullitt Mustang with Marshall Terrill and me as we explore Steve McQueen’s defining film, 1968’s Bullitt. We talk about the time McQueen witnessed a murder in San Francisco, dig deeper into Steve’s vision for Solar Productions, and go into what makes Bullitt McQueen’s most memorable picture.…
 
Blobfest is an annual three-day festival that celebrates the film in which Steve McQueen appeared in his first star billing role, The Blob. Typically the festival is held at The Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania; however, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s edition has gone virtual. Chuck Francisco, aka Dash Daring, joins me …
 
Tune in to hear the Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill and I answer and discuss questions sent in by you, the listeners. This episode covers all time periods of McQueen’s life and career, exploring different aspects such as, his relationship with Sam Peckinpah, his workout regiment, his acting style, plus much more.…
 
On this episode, I connect with two people who worked with Steve McQueen in the late 1950s, actor Michael Dante and writer William F Nolan. Tune in to hear both guest share anecdotes about Steve McQueen and about working in Hollywood over the past 60 years.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Peter Drummey, Chief Historian and Stephen T. Riley Librarian for the Massachusetts Historical Society joins me to discuss the historical significance of Thomas Crown’s home at 85 Mount Vernon Street in Boston’s affluent neighbourhood of Beacon Hill.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Film producer Arthur Friedman joins me to discuss his time working for United Artists in the 1960s, including his involvement with the world premiere of The Thomas Crown Affair in Boston, Massachusetts in 1968. Our conversation also includes anecdotes from Arthur’s experience in film distribution, insights into his friendship with Bobby Darin, and …
 
1968’s The Thomas Crown Affair was the only film Steve McQueen had to fight to be in after becoming a star. Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill joins me to discuss why Steve badly wanted to play Thomas Crown, and how it impacted his life and career. Megan Sanders and Simon Tennant join me in the second half of the show to discuss the Sanders chuk…
 
Writer and Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill unpacks the contents of Steve McQueen's FBI file, as well as addresses rumours about Steve, including hearsay about his sexuality.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
This episode contains a new introduction with Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill. Frank Hill met Steve McQueen in 1963 as a youth attending Boys Republic in Chino, California. Over the next 17 years, Frank developed a close relationship with McQueen, spending a significant amount of time with the Hollywood icon. During our 60-minute conversation…
 
In 1965, scored a job as Steve McQueen’s stand-in and photo double for The Sand Pebbles. The two developed a friendship, which led to Norris working with McQueen again for 1972’s The Getaway. John joins me to share stories about , and to talk about his friend, Steve McQueen.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Writer J.R. Jordan discusses his book, , as well as the life and career of the director. The second half of the show features a conversation with , one of McQueen’s buddies from his days in Greenwich Village.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Writer and Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill and I explore Steve McQueen’s time filming the The Sand Pebbles, an American war epic directed by Robert Wise. The second part of the show looks at the curious life of the woman who played Maily, Marayat Andriane.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Film historian and writer Alan L. Gansberg and I discuss Steve McQueen’s Hollywood, exploring various aspects of the industry that impacted McQueen’s life and career.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
In 1965, Steve McQueen and John Sturges set out to make the first authentic grand prix racing film, . The movie was shelved before being completed, leaving McQueen fans with plenty of questions about the project. Filmmaker Alex Rodger’s new documentary helps answer many of those questions, he joins me on Episode 31 to talk about his film.…
 
Veering from Speeding Bullitt’s chronological exploration of McQueen’s life and films, Episode 30 puts the Bullitt Mustang in reverse, and takes a deeper look at 1958’s Never Love a Stranger and Steve’s time spent at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in New York City. John Blyth Barrymore discusses his father’s turbulent life and act…
 
What if Steve McQueen starred in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, or Rambo: First Blood? Steve McQueen expert Marshall Terrill and I discuss the films Steve McQueen missed out on, movies he passed on, and projects that never got made.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Writer and host of the Six-Gun Justice podcast, Paul Bishop, provides insight into McQueen’s 1966 Western, Nevada Smith, after which Peter Bernstein, son of Academy Award-winning composer and conductor Elmer Bernstein, joins me to talk about his father’s life and music.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Tune in to this Halloween bonus episode of Speeding Bullitt with The Blob-centric conversations with Steve Vertlieb, cinema archivist, journalist, film historian, and film music educator; as well as Mr. Lobo, horror host of the nationally syndicated American television series Cinema Insomnia, as well as the host of Blobfest.…
 
On this episode of Speeding Bullitt, Alan L. Gansberg, author of Little Caesar: A Biography of Edward G. Robinson, and someone who has dedicated almost his entire life to film and film education, working in both entertainment and academia, discusses the life, career, and legacy of the great Edward G. Robinson.…
 
Writer and Steve McQueen expert explores Steve McQueen’s experience filming the classic 1965 poker movie The Cincinnati Kid. Dr. Robert Joseph, PhD joins me during the second half of the show to discuss the history of filmmaking in New Orleans, Louisiana.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Steve McQueen expert shares stories from Steve’s time filming Baby, the Rain Must Fall, including anecdotes about Steve McQueen expensing drugs to the studio, his connection to JFK, and "The King of Cool's" rivalry with "The King of Rock and Roll," Elvis Presley.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
Matt Stone, author of and , joins me to discuss some of McQueen’s most popular machines, as well as to tell me about his newest book, Bullitt: The Cars and People Behind Steve McQueen.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
On this episode of Speeding Bullitt, Marshall Terrill and I look at McQueen's life immediately after The Great Escape, following the "King of Cool" to New York City as he films Love with the Proper Stranger with the Magnificent Natalie Wood. After that, Dr. Gretchen Sisson, PhD joins me to explore representations of abortion and reproductive decisi…
 
Tyler Trafford joins me to share the emotional story behind his 2014 W.O. Mitchell Award, the Wilfrid Eggleston Award for Non-Fiction, and the Alberta Readers' Choice Award winning novel, It’s an incredible story about his mother’s love affair with Norwegian pilot Jens Müller, one of only three men to escape to freedom from German POW camp Stalag L…
 
Film writer and critic Sheila O'Malley discusses her essay Not Caught, part of the Criterion Collection release of The Great Escape, after which film historian Steve Rubin explores how the film came together.โดย Kelsy Norman
 
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