The Dogcast: More Phil Harris For Your Comedy Old Radio Enjoyment!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with some more old radio fun. I seem to be on a Phil Harris/Alice Faye kick and it continues this week with the next two episodes from the first season of their Rexall run. In the first, little Phyllis has a boyfriend and in the second, Phil and Frankie buy a live steer to save on meat with predictably chaotic results. Enjoy and feel free to comment either here or on my Facebook page. So Sayeth The Kendog!

Phil Harris/Alice Faye – The Live Steer
Phil Harris/Alice Faye – Phyliss’ Boyfriend

Dog’s Movie House: “Outside The Wire” Entertaining, If Undemanding Sci-Fi Actioner!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at a nifty little sci-fi movie from Netflix called “Outside The Wire.” The film is set in the near future and feature’s Anthony Mackie, a talented actor probably best known as The Falcon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He’s also had some fine performances in such film’s as “The Hurt Locker” and “Pain And Gain.” The film itself is a fairly intense action flick with high production values and a decent story.

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Dog’s Movie House: “The Little Things” Doesn’t Take Said Little Things Into Account!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at “The Little Things” a crime thriller starring three Oscar winners and serves as a passion project for popular writer/director John Lee Hancock (“The Blind Side”). The thriller is set in the 1990s and takes inspiration from such classics as “Seven” and “Silence Of The Lambs.” So what could possibly go wrong? The answer: plenty!

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The Dogcast: Phil Harris & Alice Faye To Tickle Your Funny Bone!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with some more old radio fun! We’re into the comedies this week, specifically Phil Harris and Alice Faye. Harris was best known as Jack Benny’s hard-drinking, southern-fried band leader. His character was so popular that he got his own show in 1946 and starred alongside his famous movie star wife Alice Faye until 1953. In 1948 his show got a new sponsor in Rexall Pharmacy. These first two Rexall broadcasts involve signing the new contract and the complications that ensue. Listen for the excellent Eliot Lewis as Harris’ best friend Frank Remly. Enjoy and feel free to comment below! So Sayeth The Kendog!

Phil Harris/Alice Faye: First Rexall Program
Phil Harris/Alice Faye: Phil Retrieves Contract From Frankie

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