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Rowan and Martin’s

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An episode from Movies for Grownups

3/1/2011 | Download File (1.84 MB)

Forty years later, Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In finds respectability as a PBS special. The show’s creator, George Schlatter, tells Bill Newcott how NBC aired the series almost as an afterthought—and how the blackout comedy show ended up helping elect a president.

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East Meets West: 100 Foot Journey  play >

East Meets West: 100 Foot Journey

12/16/2014 | Download File (1.84 MB) - right click to download

One of the world’s most famous actors, Indian film legend Om Puri, stopped by our studios to chat about working with Helen Mirren in their deliciously romantic film, The Hundred-Foot Journey, now on DVD and Blu-ray.

Meet Mr. Magoo  play >

Meet Mr. Magoo

12/9/2014 | Download File (1.84 MB) - right click to download

This rebroadcast of our Movies for Grownups holiday special features musical excerpts from “Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol,” an animated version of the classic tale which first aired on television in 1962. Host Bill Newcott explains his sentimental attachment to the movie and its songs, which were written by a now-famous duo.

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Al Pacino Makes His Mother Proud

12/2/2014 | Download File (1.84 MB) - right click to download

As his performance in his new film “The Humbling” brings him new acclaim, Al Pacino tells Bill Newcott why he owes it all to his mother. 

Decoding the “Theory of Everything”  play >

Decoding the “Theory of Everything”

11/25/2014 | Download File (1.84 MB) - right click to download

Eddie Redmayne, who plays Stephen Hawking in “The Theory of Everything,” tells about his nervous first meeting with the the genius astrophysicist. 

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Here’s Merv…One More Time

11/18/2014 | Download File (1.84 MB) - right click to download

For nearly a quarter century Merv Griffin hosted a daily talk show that featured icons from show business, politics, and the arts. Now a 12-disc DVD set brings back the best of Merv’s shows from 1962 to 1986. Shortly before his death in 2007, Merv chatted with Bill Newcott about his show and his unique in-your-face interview style. 

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