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Golden Age Gurus ✨

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✨ Welcome to our podcast, where gurus discuss regenerative solutions for improving ourselves and our communities. Disclaimer All info contained on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. In addition, none of the statements should be construed to confer medical, legal, or financial advice. Subscribe: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/goldenagegurus/subscribe העליון מעליון יהוה © All Rights Reserved ✨
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Will you agree with the esteemed film historian, or the regular guy who simply has a passion for movies? Tony Maietta and Brad Shreve have conversations about cinema and television from Hollywood's Golden Age to contemporary hits. They discuss—and sometimes disagree on—their favorite films and TV shows. Listen for insightful discussions that blend expertise with passion, and they'll take you behind the scenes of Hollywood as they explore storytelling, casting, characters, and more.
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Are you an Orthodontist wondering how to grow your practice in this fast-paced, competitive marketplace that seems to be changing every day? The Golden Age of Orthodontics, formerly The Survival Guide for Orthodontists podcast, is dedicated to making you the authority in orthodontics to prospective new patients in your community. Dr. Leon Klempner and Amy Epstein, co-founders of People & Practice, know the business of orthodontics. They bring you insights, tips and guest interviews focused o ...
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Golden Age Gamers

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Making gaming great again! We create content that is focused on a wide platform of gaming systems, with a little humor along the way! Oh and Star Wars, lots and lots of Star Wars!
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Have we ever had it so good? Not if you ask Adam and Joe, the vainglorious Vox Duo — and they intend to prove it by spotlighting the best of today’s movies, comics, and more! Join them in their Scrooge McDuck-like dive into a glittering hoard of entertainment options.
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New spins on old classics: We are living in a new Golden Age of audio content, so it's time to combine the old with the new. We listen to a Radio Show from the 30's - 60's and make a modern version of our own. So this podcast has historical elements, mixed with comedy improv! Great content for everyone to enjoy! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/richard-templeman/support
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The Second Golden Age by KNOW is a podcast centred around the Qu’ran, Science and lifelong learning, looking at reviving the spirit of the first Islamic Golden Age and how we can use this knowledge to change and impact the world, today. Can spirituality and the sciences be united harmoniously to usher in a Second Golden Age of Islam?
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SmorgShow Theater is a collection of classic, old-time radio dramas from the golden age of radio. Sit back and relax, turn off your lights and let us transport you to a world where your imagination takes over. If you have a favorite radio show that you would like to hear us present, email us at feedback@smorgshow.com. Check out Smorgasbord Radio (The SmorgShow Podcast) for more of our creative antics.
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One fateful November night, Alydar mysteriously broke his leg while alone in his stall at 10 pm. An insurance investigation ensued, and his injury was declared an accident. $41.5 million was paid out by Lloyds of London and Golden Eagle Insurance Company. Later the FBI would get involved and there would be two federal trials. BROKEN, one part true-crime and one part courtroom drama, is set in the evocative history of the adrenaline-filled days of horse racing's golden age. The author intervi ...
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Swan Agency Real Estate based in Bar Harbor, Maine is celebrating their 50th year building up to their April 1, 2025 Golden Anniversary. The podcast features conversations with Swan Agency brokers and associates about the business, their personal stories, look backs and thoughts on the state of the industry.
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Inherit the Wind Front Row Classics is taking a look at Stanley Kramer’s acclaimed production of the classic play Inherit the Wind. Brandon is joined by brothers. Edmund and Gary Entin to discuss a film still relevant today. Edmund and Gary are filmmakers and producers aside from being film buffs. We discuss their personal connection to the piece a…
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Ever wonder how a single film could change Hollywood forever with one titanic screen performance? Well, one did, and it's called "A Streetcar Named Desire". Join us as we dissect Marlon Brando's unforgettable performance as the animalistic Stanley Kowalski and his seismic impact on the acting world and on film itself, reshaping it with his raw, nat…
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Welcome to the Golden Age of Orthodontics, where innovation meets expertise. Join host Dr. Leon Klempner and co-host Amy Epstein as they delve into the cutting-edge advancements shaping the world of orthodontics. In today's episode, we're excited to welcome April Lowry, the Director of Product at Aura and Dental Product Management at PracticeTek. A…
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The conversation explores the topics of social entrepreneurship, crafting impact portfolios with heart, and personal growth. The guest, Alistair, shares his origin story and how he became involved in sustainability and entrepreneurship. They discuss the integral framework and spiral dynamics as tools for understanding and navigating different value…
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The Hays Gaze Front Row Classics welcomes entertainment journalist/historian Tara McNamara. Tara is co-hosting this month’s TCM Spotlight, The Hays Gaze, alongside Dave Karger. The weekly series highlights the anniversary and influence of The Hays Code. Tara and Dave will present different film pairings before and after the implementation of censor…
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In this episode, Kim Swan interviews Nancy McKechnie about her path to the Swan Agency and her role in real estate. Nancy also discusses her involvement with the Cygnet Gallery and her passion for photography. Tune in to learn how Nancy blends her artistic interests with her work at the Swan Agency.Oleh The Swan Agency Team
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The Wild Bunch Front Row Classics is taking a look at one of the most groundbreaking films of the late 60s. The Wild Bunch marked the end of an era for the classic American western. Brandon is joined by Jay Hoffman of Front Row Flashbacks to discuss Sam Peckinpah’s violent revisionist take on the Old West. The hosts discuss the legendary cast inclu…
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Sign of the Cross Front Row Classics welcomes Ryan Bijan this week. Ryan is founder and host of Cowtown Movie Classics which curates classic films for movie goers in Fort Worth, TX. Brandon and Ryan are discussing Cecil B DeMille’s 1932 pre-code epic film, The Sign of the Cross. The film, starring Fredric March, Claudette Colbert and Charles Laught…
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Tony Maietta and Brad Shreve dive deep into "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," celebrating four episodes from the iconic series, and exploring its emotional depth, character dynamics, and impact on television. They share fond personal memories, highlight the realistic portrayal of relationships and character development, and discuss iconic moments that h…
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Let’s Get Together Front Row Classics is traveling back to the Disney Studios in the 1960s. Brandon is joined by author, Morgan Matson to discuss 1961’s The Parent Trap. Morgan is a New York Times bestselling novelist, who also happens to be a film buff. Brandon and Morgan celebrate the charm and fun that keeps this movie timeless 6 decades later. …
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In honor of Pride Month, an insightful exploration of the characters' authenticity, the societal changes surrounding its filming, and the historical significance of Mart Crowley’s "The Boys in the Band” (1970). Throughout the episode, Brad and Tony passionately engage in discussions about the familial love, the tension, and the disturbing aspects o…
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Gesundheit! We’re taking a look at one of the most suspenseful crime dramas of the 1970s. Brandon is joined by lawyer and journalist, Matt Belenky, to discuss 1974’s The Taking of Pelham One Two Three. Brandon and Matt praise the deliberately paced direction by Joseph Sargent. The movie perfectly mixed suspense with quirky comedy thanks to the scri…
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Heather on the Hill Front Row Classics is taking a look at one of the most underrated of MGM’s great output of movie musicals. Brandon is joined by jazz singer Mary-Catherine Pazzano and her husband Dana Harrison to discuss 1954’s Brigadoon. Vincente Minnelli’s adaptation of the classic Lerner & Loewe musical is a mixed bag of highs and lows. Gene …
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Jerry Torre, famously known as the Marble Faun, opens up about his extraordinary experiences with the Beale family and shares candid moments that shaped the iconic documentary, "Grey Gardens." He sheds light on his initial encounter with Mrs. Beale and Little Edie, the authentic dynamics of the Beale household and the unique bond Jerry formed with …
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So Proudly We Hail Front Row Classics is celebrating World War II on film with 1943’s So Proudly We Hail. This movie is one of the finest illustrations of the impact women had on the front lines as opposed to the home front. Jessica Pickens returns to celebrate all aspects of this remarkable film with Brandon. We pay tribute to the amazing cast hea…
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The legendary 1975 documentary "Grey Gardens," uncovered the compelling, eccentric existence of East Hampton aristocrats, Edith Beale and her daughter Edie. Tony and Brad discuss the movies intimate stories about the Beales, giving listeners an inside look at their unique world. "Grey Gardens" is more than just a film; it's a cultural phenomenon. J…
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Afraid I’ll Shock the Duchess? Front Row Classics welcomes back Madeline Hanson to take a look at two films with much of the same DNA. We’re taking a look at 1932’s Red Dust and its’ 1953 remake Mogambo. Both films feature the King himself, Clark Gable, playing the same role 21 years apart. Brandon and Madeline discuss the chemistry he has with bot…
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Welcome to the Golden Age of Orthodontics, where we dive into the future of orthodontic care. Today, we're excited to have Kelly Riedel, the CEO of LightForce Orthodontics, as our special guest. Join us as we explore how LightForce is reshaping the industry with its revolutionary custom bracket technology. Imagine measuring and enhancing your proto…
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Do you know actors such as William Shatner, Chris Pine, Leonard Nimoy, Kate Mulgrew, George Takei, and others may have Lucille Ball to thank for advancing their careers? Without her, Star Trek may never have happened. And that's a small part of what Tony shares of Lucy's intricate life: a showgirl turned comedic genius turned Hollywood studio presi…
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Forbidden Cocktails Front Row Classics is thrilled to welcome author André Darlington. André is the author of the latest book from TCM, “Forbidden Cocktails: Libations Inspired by the World of Pre-Code Hollywood”. The book is packaged handsomely with a sleek layout and gorgeous photos. Brandon and André discuss the history of pre-code films and how…
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Ordinary People Front Row Classics is taking a look at the 1980 Oscar winner for Best Picture this week. Brandon is joined by Spencer Davis to discuss Robert Redford’s Ordinary People. The film, which marked Redford’s directorial debut, was a huge hit despite its very complex subject matter. It very sensitively portrays topics such as mental illnes…
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What do a foul-mouthed antihero the classic screwball comedies of the 1930s have in common? Join Tony and Brad for a hilarious discussion about Tony's first Marvel film experience, "Deadpool" (2016). While Brad shares his insights on the history of the character, Tony can’t help but gush over Ryan Reynolds' irreverent charms. Listen as they dissect…
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Match me, Sidney! We’re taking a look at one of the most uncompromising, ruthless films of the 1950s this week. 1957’s Sweet Smell of Success is a movie unlike any other. Brandon and Emmett Stanton take a look at the unforgettable performances of Burt Lancaster and Tony Curtis as J.J. Hunsecker and Sidney Falco. The acidly poetic screenplay by Erne…
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Think films from Hollywood’s golden age are all tame, innocent, and sexless? Well, you haven’t met “Baby Face”! Barbara Stanwyck achieves upward mobility horizontally as pre-code Hollywood's most notorious good-time gal, Lily Powers, who has never met a bed she couldn't man, and a man she couldn't bed. Join Tony and Brad as they discuss her raw por…
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We always look forward to conversations with Chris Bentson, Partner of Bentson Copple & Associates and President of the American Association of Orthodontists Foundation. In this episode, Chris delves into his past predictions while casting a visionary gaze into the future of the field. Throughout the episode, he illuminates the transformative impac…
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Happy Birthday James Mason! Front Row Classics is celebrating one of the most respected actors of the Golden Age of Hollywood. March 15th marks the birthday of James Mason. Brandon is happy to welcome Mason’s grandson, James Duke Mason to the show. Duke is a writer, commentator and advocate. We discuss his experiences living in both LA and Europe a…
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Don your ruby slippers as we pay tribute to "The Wizard of Oz." Join Brad and Tony for an exploration that celebrates the quirks, confronts the myths, and cherishes the enduring charm of the iconic film. Text us your opinion or comment You can find transcripts, a link to Tony's website, and a link to Brad's website at www.goinghollywoodpodcast.com …
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Welcome Tinseltown Maddie! Front Row Classics welcomes Madeline Hanson this week. Maddie is a passionate classic film fan with her own social media series called “Tinseltown Maddie”. She looks at the Golden Age of Hollywood with a comedic twist on both Instagram and TikTok. Brandon and Maddie discuss classic film fandom, some favorite movies and pa…
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Showtime's "Fellow Travelers," visionary Ron Nyswaner joins us for a revealing conversation about the series' theme of a clandestine love story which unfolds amidst the tumult of historical events, such as the Red Scare led by Joseph McCarthy, Vietnam War protests, the death of Harvey Milk and the AIDS crisis. Ron pulls back the curtain on the adap…
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Hooray for Hollywood! Brandon is back from Hollywood! This year’s Turner Classic Movies’ Classic Film Festival proved to be even more memorable than last year’s. Craig McFarland joins Brandon to break down each day of the Fest. From memorable screenings to the WB Studio tour, we’re taking a look back at a jam packed 5 days. FEATURING: Brandon Davis…
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“The only thing red about Lucy is her hair, and even that is not legitimate” – Desi Arnaz Special guest Tom Watson, a friend, fan, and former employee of Lucille Ball and an expert on her life and career, dives into the tumultuous period of the "Red Scare" era in Hollywood and its impact on Lucy's life. He straightens out the wrinkle of history con…
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There’s A Speed Limit in This State Front Row Classics welcomes historians/writers Alain Silver and James Ursini this week. The two have penned a book celebrating the quintessential film noir, Double Indemnity. “From the Moment they Met it Was Murder: Double Indemnity and Rise of Film Noir” is a valuable resource for fans of this legendary movie. B…
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We're excited to welcome Philippe Salah, a dental industry innovator, to the show today. He is the CEO of DentalMonitoringⓇ, a company leading the way in transforming orthodontic care. Their groundbreaking Smart STL solution is changing the game in digital orthodontics, from creating retainers to managing adjustments during treatment. This Smart ST…
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A conversation about the timeless wit of screwball comedies as Brad and Tony pay tribute to the classics "What's Up, Doc?" and "Bringing Up Baby." Join the laughter-filled journey, where they unwrap the clever storytelling that emerged under the 1930s Production Code, and how it paved the way for the hijinks of later gems like Peter Bogdanovich's t…
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Join us for one more look at the timeless tale of “A Star is Born” as we trace its origins from the unofficial first version in 1932, "What Price Hollywood?", to Lady Gaga's dazzling turn in 2018. Tony and Brad dissect the enduring narrative of ambition, addiction, and the bittersweet dance of rising and falling stars. They pick apart the fabric of…
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Is Carrie Bradshaw the spiritual granddaughter of Holly Golightly? How do you take a plotless novella about a call girl and her gay best friend and make it into a mythic romance? Find out when you join us for a conversation about the alchemy of romance, comedy, and drama that makes "Breakfast at Tiffany's" stand the test of time. From the genre-def…
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"We are heart driven leaders and a collective of global light workers who gather to activate the elements and provide you with the tools needed to set you on your authentic life path and purpose; to remind you that you are your own greatest healer. We’re inviting you to join us in activating the element of water. Water is the embodiment of emotions…
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Carla Jannette Gonzalez-Guerra is a Ritual Artist, Transformational Healer, Teacher and student of life, bridging the world of Yoga, Tantra, Chakra Psychology, Shamanism, Plant Medicine*, and Divine Feminine Spirituality. Carla believes that everyone has the ability to heal themselves. Healing is an ancient-future art form and science. After travel…
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TCM Film Festival Time! Brandon is currently attending the 15th Annual Turner Classic Movies Film Festival. He recently spoke with TCM’s SVP of Programming, Charlie Tabesh. Brandon and Charlie preview the various aspects of this year’s festival and what passholders can look forward to. Be sure to check out Brandon’s daily coverage on the festival o…
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Conversations between esteemed film historian, Tony Maietta, and passionate movie buff, Brad Shreve, about cinema and television from Hollywood's Golden Age to contemporary hits. Whose side will you be on? Text us your opinion or comment You can find transcripts, a link to Tony's website, and a link to Brad's website at www.goinghollywoodpodcast.co…
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Fast Eddie Felson Front Row Classics is taking a look at one of great films of the 1960s. Brandon and Emmett Stanton are discussing The Hustler. Robert Rossen’s character study features one of Paul Newman’s signature performances as Fast Eddie Felson. Brandon and Emmett praise the sharp camera work, screenplay and performances by a great cast inclu…
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A Hard Day’s Night Front Row Classics is “working like a dog” this week. We’re celebrating the 60th anniversary of A Hard Day’s Night as well as the Beatle’ arrival in America. Brandon is joined by author & film historian, Sloan De Forest. Sloan is a self-proclaimed “Beatle Maniac” and helps to provide great insight into this musical comedy directe…
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Once Upon a Dream Front Row Classics is joining forces with Beyond the Mouse this week. We’re celebrating the 65th Anniversary of Walt Disney’s masterpiece, Sleeping Beauty. Brandon. Craig and Vanessa are proud to welcome Disney artist and animator, Michael Giaimo. The hosts discuss the elegance and pageantry that covers every frame of Sleeping Bea…
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Anna May Wong Front Row Classics welcomes author Katie Gee Salisbury this week. Katie has just penned a wonderful book on one of the 20th century’s greatest pioneers of film, Anna May Wong. “Not Your China Doll: The Wild and Shimmering Life of Anna May Wong” is a page turning exploration of Wong’s life set against the Jazz Age and early days of Hol…
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The Awful Truth Front Row Classics is taking a look at one of the greatest romantic screwball comedies of the 1930s. Brandon is joined by Mia Tiffany from Movies with Mia to discuss 1937’s The Awful Truth. Leo McCarey’s film about marriage and infidelity still packs a hilarious and poignant journey for movie goers. Brandon and Mia discuss the fanta…
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I Wanna Be Loved By You We’re taking another look at one of the greatest comedies in movie history. Billy Wilder’s Some Like it Hot is celebrating its 65th anniversary and remains a fresh and funny as it was in 1959. Jackson Cooper joins Brandon this week to discuss every memorable moment. We also pay tribute to the incomparable performances of Mar…
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Welcome John Fricke Front Row Classics is pleased to welcome renowned Wizard of Oz expert & Judy Garland historian, John Fricke. John has contributed his knowledge and expertise to countless books, documentaries, and home video releases over the decades. He provides insight into why Garland remains a powerful pop culture figure more than fifty year…
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What can be said to a patient who cannot afford braces due to financial constraints within their family? Fortunately, there are resources available to help. On today's episode, we'll introduce you to Smiles Change Lives, a non-profit organization dedicated to making braces accessible to children. For 27 years, Smiles Change Lives has helped countle…
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