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Murder in Hollywoodland

Wondery

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It's February 2nd 1922, and all of Hollywood is about to wake up and learn that William Desmond Taylor, the most famous film director in town, was murdered in his home last night. The investigation will shine a light on some of Hollywood's most scandalous affairs, backroom deals, and underground drug dens. This real life Murder Mystery is one of the most iconic "whodunnit" cases of the 20th century that will leave you guessing and second guessing who killed William Desmond Taylor for weeks t ...
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Tales From Hollywoodland

Tales From Hollywoodland

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TALES FROM HOLLYWOODLAND is a fast-paced weekly show business podcast, with an emphasis on all genres of movies; classic to current, as well as Broadway, TV, Cable, and Streaming. Hollywood vets Arthur Friedman, Steve Rubin, and Julian Schlossberg will be interviewing Hollywood luminaries, treating the listeners to decades worth of stories, anecdotes, insider viewpoints, candid opinions, as well as vivid and often hysterically funny celebrity encounters. From Sinatra to Cruise, Redford to Di ...
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Hollywoodland: Unsolved

Ansley Gordon

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Hollywoodland Unsolved dives into some of Hollywood's most gruesome and chilling unsolved murders. Tweet me @HollywoodlandPC or email me at HollywoodlandPod@Gmail.com | Maps + graphics by Brian Balzerini | www.hollywoodlandpod.com
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Step into the spotlight with the Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast as we dive into the dazzling world of Broadway musicals! Join Steve, Julian & Arthur for an in-depth discussion on the history, magic, and cultural impact of some of the most iconic stage productions. From behind-the-scenes stories and legendary performances to the evolution of music…
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Imagine falling in love with the perfect partner—charming, caring, handsome, successful and utterly captivating. But what if that love was nothing more than an elaborate con orchestrated by your alleged best friend? Sometimes the perfect match can be a dangerous game. Season 20 of Something Was Wrong unravels the chilling story of a group of friend…
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In this episode of Tales From Hollywoodland, the hosts engage in a nostalgic discussion about TV westerns, sharing personal anecdotes and analyzing the genre's influence on American culture. Join Steve, Arthur, and Julian as they reflect on iconic shows and the rise of actors like Clint Eastwood while examining the appeal of Westerns in terms of es…
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In this episode, Julian, Steve, and Arthur, are joined by Producer Mike to dive into the Beatles' profound influence on music and culture. They reminisce about the band's rise to fame, their groundbreaking music, and the cultural revolution of the 1960s. Personal experiences and historical insights paint a picture of the Beatles' enduring legacy, f…
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Tales from Hollywoodland is a fast-paced weekly show business podcast, with an emphasis on all genres of movies; classic to current, as well as Broadway, TV, Cable, and Streaming. Hollywood vets Arthur Friedman, Steve Rubin, and Julian Schlossberg will be interviewing Hollywood luminaries, and treating the listeners to decades worth of stories, ane…
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In the new episode of Tales From Hollywoodland, join Steve, Arthur, Julian, and Mike as they discuss classic sci-fi movies from the early years of Hollywood. They are delving into the production, cultural impact, and personal anecdotes related to these films. They highlight the historical context of the era, such as the fear of atomic bombs, and th…
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Classic songs go with Oscar telecasts, but it's simply amazing how many classics were never nominated in the Best Song category. This week on Tales from Hollywoodland, Arthur, Julian, and Steve examine the musical track record of the Academy Awards, wondering aloud how so many songs not only didn't receive Oscar gold, but weren't even nominated - "…
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In this episode of "Tales from Hollywoodland," the hosts and their guest Lee Tsiantis discuss the silent film era's rich history and its profound impact on the film industry. They explore the origins of film, animation, the transition to sound films, and the challenges actors faced during this shift. The conversation covers the low survival rate of…
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This week on Tales from Hollywoodland, Arthur, Julian and Steve explore the mannerisms, machismo and mythos of the truly iconic actor, Marlon Brando. From yelling "Stella!" so memorably in A Streetcar Named Desire, to his mumblings in the jungle in Apocalypse Now, with a visit along the way to The Wild One, Guys and Dolls, The Young Lions, The Godf…
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Dive deep into the shadows of Hollywood's past with our latest episode of The Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast! Join us as we uncover the riveting story of J. Edward Bromberg and his tragic entanglement with The Hollywood Blacklist. From his prolific career on stage and screen to his unjust persecution during the McCarthy era, we explore the tumult…
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Step into the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas' golden era with our latest episode of The Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast! Join us as we journey through the captivating history of the Rat Pack and their legendary reign over the iconic city. From Frank Sinatra's smooth crooning to the high-stakes antics of Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr., we uncover …
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Catch an exclusive glimpse into the legendary world of Hollywood with our latest episode of The Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast! Join us as we sit down with acclaimed author Scott Eyman for an enlightening discussion on his book, delving deep into the life and legacy of the iconic John Wayne. From his early days to his rise as an American cinemati…
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This week on Tales from Hollywoodland, Arthur, Julian, and Steve interview prolific East Coast gossip columnist and entertainment reporter Roger Friedman who regales us with some of the scandalous stories he has covered in his career, from OJ to Harvey Weinstein and beyond. Links Tales From Hollywoodland on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/talesfr…
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In this episode of "Tales from Hollywoodland," Ziggy Gruber of Kenny & Ziggy's New York Delicatessen shares his deli expertise and experiences. The hosts, Julian Schlossberg, Arthur E. Friedman, and Stephen Jay Rubin, delve into the history of delis and Ziggy's personal journey in the business. They discuss Ziggy's time in Los Angeles, his move to …
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In this episode of "Tales from Hollywoodland," Julian, Arthur, and Steve discuss the intricacies of film distribution and exhibition, reflecting on personal experiences and the evolution of the industry. They pay homage to Don Murray's humanitarian efforts and explore the roles of marketing, concessions, and technological advancements in movie succ…
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Since it's the season for Valentines, Arthur, Julian, and Steve examine the most romantic movies of all time, from "Casablanca" to "Titanic," "When Harry Met Sally," "Dirty Dancing," "Three Coins in the Fountain" and much more. Grab a partner and tune in for a fun time when romance was not only a popular movie genre, but a staple. Links Tales From …
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This week on Tales from Hollywoodland, Arthur, Julian and Steve reveal their favorite television series of all time - from "Milton Berle" to "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," with visits along the way to "Seinfeld," The Sopranos," "The Twilight Zone," Combat" and many more. Links Tales From Hollywoodland on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/talesfromhol…
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This week, Arthur, Julian, and Steve analyze the most recent movie polling for the AFI Top 100, toasting the good choices, arguing over the questionable, and wondering how they could leave off classics like "Dr. Zhivago," "The Great Escape" and many others. Links Tales From Hollywoodland on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/talesfromhollywoodland T…
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In this episode of "Tales from Hollywoodland," the hosts explore the evolution of empowered women in the film and television industry. They celebrate early pioneers like Mary Pickford and discuss the founding of United Artists. The episode highlights influential figures such as Mae West, Joan Crawford, Sherry Lansing, Lucille Ball, Marlo Thomas, an…
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What was it like to be a Hollywood starlet back in the 1960s? Find out this week, when Arthur, Julian and Steve interview Carol Holland (aka Hollenbeck) who became our first guest-host, and shares her harrowing story of trying to find traction in Hollywood while fighting back against casting couch low-lifes and rampant sexism. We want to hear from …
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This week, Steve, Julian and Arthur showcase the amazing career of director Steven Spielberg, from his first feature "Sugarland Express," through the enormous success of "Jaws," "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and "ET" to the present day. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at tal…
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In this podcast episode, Julian Schlossberg, Arthur Friedman, Steven J. Rubin, and producer Mike Faber engage in a rich discussion about the evolution of comedy and the influence of legendary comedians across different eras. They reminisce about the comedic genius of icons like Richard Pryor, Gene Wilder, Mel Brooks, Don Rickles, the cast of Saturd…
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In this podcast episode, hosts Julian Schlossberg, Arthur E. Friedman, and Steven J. Rubin discuss the careers and films of directors Otto Preminger and John Sturges. They delve into Preminger's reputation for being a tyrant on set, his bold directorial choices, and his notable films, including "River of No Return" and "Laura". They also discuss hi…
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Ho! Ho! Ho! Action! This week, appropriately, Tales from Hollywoodland offers a fun overview of the best Christmas Movies of all time, and yes, we consider "Die Hard" a Christmas movie. Here they are: from George Bailey and the iconic "It's a Wonderful Life" family to the wild shenanigans of "Home Alone," enjoy a fun time covering Yule Time cinema.…
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The Face that Launched a Billion Libidos This week on Tales from Hollywoodland, Arthur, Julian, and Steve examine the life and meteoric career of actress Marilyn Monroe, who redefined the definition of sex symbol for the ages. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywoodland@gmail.com and why not su…
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This week on Tales from Hollywoodland, Arthur, Julian and Steve review the movies that truly bombed at the boxoffice, including such disasters as Ishtar, Howard the Duck, Town & Country, Cleopatra (which nearly bankrupted 20th Century Fox), Tomorrowland, The Lone Ranger, and many more. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please wr…
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This week on Tales from Hollywoodland. Arthur, Julian and Steve tackle the exciting thriller genre - including tense classics like "The Asphalt Jungle," "Charade." "3 Days of the Condor," "Ocean's 11," "All the President's Men" and much much more. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywoodland@gma…
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This week on Tales from Hollywoodland, Arthur, Julian and Steve showcase the great Hollywood acting duos. It's a great lineup that includes Abbott & Costello, Hepburn & Tracy, Newman & Redford, Hanks & Ryan, Pryor & Wilder, Thelma & Louise - even Donald O'Connor and Francis the Talking Mule...and much much more. We want to hear from you! Feedback i…
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This week the Tales from Hollywoodland gang interview author and film historian Lionel Friedberg, about his book Full Service co-written with the legendary Scotty Bowers, who, working out of a gas station on Hollywood Blvd, provided sexual services to some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, including Spencer Tracy, Katherine Hepburn, Bette Davis, Walter…
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This week, the Tales from Hollywoodland team interviews Michael Starr, television critic for the New York Post, but also the author of biographies on such celebrity notables as Peter Sellers, Ringo Starr, Art Carney, Don Rickles, William Shatner and more. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywood…
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This week, the Tales from Hollywoodland team spends a fun hour with film and television actor Steve Guttenberg - covering everything from "The Boys from Brazil" to "Cocoon" and beyond. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywoodland@gmail.com and why not subscribe and rate the show on Apple Podcast…
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This week, befitting the onset of Halloween, the Tales from Hollywoodland gang reviews the scariest movies of all time, from James Whale's original Frankenstein to Robert Wise's The Haunting to seminal works from Tobe Hooper (Poltergeist), William Friedkin (The Exorcist), Alfred Hitchcock (Psycho), and much more. We want to hear from you! Feedback …
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This week, the Tales from Hollywoodland guys don their stetsons and chaps to discuss the greatest westerns ever produced by Hollywood. From "Red River" to "High Noon," to "The Professionals" and "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," they cover the whole trail, even including such comedy classics as "Blazing Saddles" and "The Frisco Kid." We want to…
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This week, the Tales from Hollywoodland crew goes deep with the greatest sports movies ever made - from "Rocky", "Rudy" and "Hoosiers" to "Bull Durham," "North Dallas 40" and much much more. Put on your glove, lace up your sneakers and join us for a fun hour! We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromholly…
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This week the Tales From Hollywoodland gang delves into the colorful group of pop singers who over the years became major attractions in the movies. Arthur, Julian and Steve cover everyone from Streisand to Elvis, Sinatra to Cher, the Beatles, and beyond. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywood…
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This week the Tales from Hollywoodland guys land their first guest - and what a guest that is! The hysterically funny Renee Taylor talks about her long marriage and creative collaboration with her husband, Joseph Bologna, their breakout screenplay, "Lovers and Other Strangers" and her many Hollywood stories and experiences, with artists as varied a…
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Murder in Hollywoodland has moved. You can binge all seven episodes ad-free right now by subscribing to Wondery+ in Apple Podcasts or the Wondery app: https://wondery.com/links/murder-in-hollywoodland/ See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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This week, Arthur, Julian and Steve discuss the amazing film career of writer/director Billy Wilder who specialized in comedy (The Apartment, One, Two, Three, Some Like it Hot, Stalag 17), but also dove into drama (Witness for the Prosecution, Sunset Blvd), war (Five Graves to Cairo) film noir (Double Indemnity), historical adventure (The Spirit of…
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This week Arthur, Julian and I dive into a spirited and funny discussion about the greatest comedy films of all time. Prepare yourself for 60 minutes of fond comedy memories and some great guffaws as we discuss “Airplane,” “Tootsie,” “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein,” “The Producers,” “Young Frankenstein,” “Love and Death,” “Lost in America,”…
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Start snapping your fingers, because this week the Tales from Hollywood team touts the classic Broadway musicals that became movies, and conversely, the classic movies that became Broadway musicals. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywoodland@gmail.com and subscribe and rate the show on Apple P…
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This week the Tales From Hollywoodland team dives into the multi-faceted, and fascinating world of Sex and the Cinema, and how Hollywood has adjusted its approach over the years from extreme censorship to deregulation. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywoodland@gmail.com and subscribe and rate…
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With considerable experience in the field, the Hollywoodland team explores how they came to the exhibition business and the range of skills they needed to own and operate a modern movie theater, also in this episode the guys start the show with a remembrance of Hollywood great Billy Friedkin. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Pl…
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The Tales from Hollywoodland crew - producers all - take a deep dive into defining the world of motion picture producing - its responsibilities, pitfalls and joys. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywoodland@gmail.com and please subscribe and rate the show on Apple Podcast, Spotify, iHeartRadio…
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The Tales from Hollywoodland team explores the classic film output of the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, focusing on such films as Strangers on a Train, Rear Window, Vertigo, Psycho, and North by Northwest. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywoodland@gmail.com and please subscribe and ra…
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The Tales from Hollywoodland team talks about the sensation of the Barbie phenomenon and its impact on the movie industry. Then the crew does a deep dive into director Christopher Nolan's latest epic, Oppenheimer, and the cataclysmic history behind it. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at talesfromhollywoodlan…
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Listen exclusively with Wondery+. Start your free trial at wonderyplus.com The murder of William Desmond Taylor rocks Hollywood. Within hours, everyone has heard the news and is asking the same question: why would anyone want Taylor dead? After examining the crime scene, detectives start narrowing in on the first suspects in this shocking crime. Se…
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On February 1, 1922, William Desmond Taylor, one of Hollywood’s most successful directors was found dead in his home with a bullet in his back. The list of suspects was as long as the line outside one of his premieres, and the search for the killer would take investigators across the country and into the underbelly of downtown Los Angeles tracking …
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The Mysterious Death of Natalie Wood and a conversation with film critic Kristen Lopez. (Recorded Summer 2019)..Was Natalie Wood’s death a murder? Or an accident? Tweet me @HollywoodlandPC.Connect with me here: http://bit.ly/2Vf4NyP.My interview on Old Hollywood and Natalie Wood with Kristen Lopez - https://bit.ly/2xMlOtw.Connect with Kristen here:…
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Described as the "Black Dahlia of the Disco Era," the murder of Christa Helm is still unsolved to this day. | Sources: https://cbsn.ws/2pIC0UT | https://bit.ly/2DTaTf7 | https://oxygen.tv/2szPLtR | https://bit.ly/2G6M4xZ | https://bit.ly/2I0twV8โดย Ansley Gordon
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What's behind some of Hollywood's most haunted hotels? This special Halloween episode gives you a tour!______________________________Map: http://bit.ly/2cGQqN3Website: http://www.hollywoodlandpod.com/______________________________The RooseveltOpened May 1927 - still operating 7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028The Chateau Marmont8221 Sunset …
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