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If you are a big fan of the “In Memoriam” section of awards shows, you are going to LOVE this week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour. Much of the show is dedicated to remembering the show business legends that left us since your friends in podcasting last came to you from a certain “historic building in downtown Los Angeles” …
Dean and Phil also follow up on last week’s incredible interview of true Renaissance man Leigh J. McCloskey by discussing another Renaissance man, Dean Haglund!
Of course, there’s much, much more to enjoy, including “The Irving G. Thalberg Drinking Game”, “The Succotash Bump”, the Bob Hope Airport, Torchwood, Norman Rockwell, The Pageant of the Masters, Phil’s desire to get knighted by the King of Norway, and the “Lawsuit of the Week”.
Finally, this week’s show includes big shout outs to Ethan Dettenmaier and “Combat Radio”, “Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis”, Pepper Jay, Yi Tian and Actors E Chat Show, Susan Larison Danz and “The Frontier Beyond Fear”, Marc Hershon and “Succotash”, Shaun Parker, David Sobolov and Agent Summer.
Oh, and if funny videos are something you enjoy, then by all means, check out this clip of Dean Haglund interviewing another sci-fi icon, a true “Star Wars” legend.
This week’s show has a truly international flair. As you all know, your friend in podcasting, Dean Haglund, hails from Canada. Many of you also know that before that, the Haglund line traces back to Swedish royalty. Few of you probably know, however, that Dean’s co-host, Phil Leirness, traces his ancestry to Scandinavia as well. To be specific: the vikings of Norway! Although Phil has never visited the land of his ancestors, he’s fascinated by Norway, and longs to journey there.
Although we can’t actually send Phil to Norway on the show’s budget, we do the next best thing this week by bringing Norway (and Norwegian film) to Phil! Dean and Phil are honored to welcome Norwegian filmmaker Stig Svendsen (The Radio Pirates), who has just completed his first English-language film, Elevator, a U.S. suspense thriller in a Hitchcockian vein. Elevator has a truly outstanding cast, and Stig brings along to the Annex Gallery of the Eastern Columbia, one of his film’s stars, the the funny, stunning and whip smart Tehmina Sunny. Tehmina hails from the U.K. and has much in common with Dean Haglund! We won’t spoil those surprises as Phil loves remarking on Dean and Tehmina’s similarities during an incredibly entertaining hour …