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Ep. 110 – Man of the Frontier part 1

Gene Autry stars as a singing cowboy who risks his life to find out who is sabotaging the construction of a dam project in the Red River Valley. 1936.

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2 Responses to “Ep. 110 – Man of the Frontier part 1”

  1. Tanja Milojevic Says:

    I love your weekly Movies for the “movies for the blind podcast!” As a visually impaired individual, I’m a huge supporter and listener of Descriptive Videos! Please continue doing what you’re doing, because you’re making these old films more enjoyable for everyone.
    I found a film on archive which I would really like to see described eventually if you get a chance.

    Edgar G. UlmerDetour (1945)
    “Man is involved in two freakish accidents that make him look like a murderer. Poverty row masterwork that is the most precise elucidation of the noir theme of explicit fatalism.” – noir expert Spencer Selby |
    Cast: Tom Neal, Ann Savage, Claudia Drake, Edmund MacDonald. |
    A B-movie, it was shot in six days. The film, budgeted for $89,000 and ended up costing $117,000 to make.
    This movie is part of the collection: Film Noir
    Director: Edgar G. Ulmer
    Production Company: PRC Pictures Inc.
    Sponsor: k-otic.com
    Audio/Visual: sound, black & white

    I’m also a huge fan of romance, horror, science fiction, and fantacy books movies and radio productions, so your selection is great!
    I make radio dramas myself, so descriptive videos are naturally up my alley. Please check out my site if you’re interested in hearing some of my shows.
    I love how you have blurbs about some of the actors and actresses in the movies. The background puts a clear time frame and context on the film itself!
    Keep up the excelent work!
    I’ll be faithfully listening!

  2. admin Says:

    Thanks, Tanja! Detour is another movie my previous employer, AudioVision Canada, described and sold as a home video. I’ve tried to avoid films they’ve done, but since they aren’t selling them anymore, I might give it a shot, because Detour’s a really good one. Thanks again, and keep up your own good work!

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