Cinematic Tributes To Radio
Sure, you might have your iPod in your pocket, or you might stream to your computer, but I’d be willing to bet that even the most tech-savvy, compu-guru still has those six presets dialed in on the car radio.
There’s no denying that the airwaves have been a huge contributing factor in not only reporting news and entertainment, but also in contributing to the formation of our culture… and not just when we talk about music and politics. Radio has been a topic for filmmakers for decades. Whether it’s Barry Levinson’s Good Morning Vietnam, or Woody Allen’s Radio Days, it seems that there’s something for everyone. Click here to view the Cinematical Seven from Moviefone.com.
On a personal note, even though it was snubbed by the folks over at Moviefone, The Shadow is still one of my favorites.
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