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Friday, December 31, 2010

On the final day of 2010, we consider the art of actor Montgomery Clift.  Clift would have been 90 this year, and as WNYC’s Sara Fishko tells us, he was one of the founders of modern screen acting. Here is the next Fishko Files...

 

 

 

 

For more on Montgomery Clift...

-Read Patricia Bosworth's book Montgomery Clift: A Biography 

-To hear Craig Chester's Moth story, download The Moth podcast and listen to the 4/26/2010 episode.

-See A Place in the Sun, now available on DVD

 

WNYC Production Credits...

Mix Engineer: Wayne Shulmister and Jim Briggs

Assistant Producer: Laura Mayer

WNYC Newsroom Editor: Karen Frillmann

Produced by:

Sara Fishko

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Comments [6]

MQ Dwyer from Valley Forge, PA

Just ditto everyone else s comment - have been trying to find this podcast for over an hour - all links - including these - lead to naught.

Apr. 23 2012 05:12 PM

@Rob from NYC Sorry for the confusion. If you subscribe to The Moth podcast, you will be able to access earlier episodes of The Moth from before December 2010. The download options depend on your podcast client.

Jan. 10 2011 04:12 PM
Rob from NYC

Don't even bother with the Moth Podcast, they only have the December one. Waste of time.

Jan. 09 2011 09:31 AM
will from NYC

what's the point of uploading these things on here if they can't be played?

Jan. 06 2011 10:33 AM

@Pamela - we apologize for this linking error. To hear Craig Chester's Moth story, download the Moth podcast and listen to the 4/26/2010 episode. Thanks for letting us know.

Jan. 03 2011 11:34 AM
pamela

I would love to listen to the Craig Chester story but I can't get anything to happen with the link above (except an endless "loading" symbol). I checked around elsewhere on the web for it too but was unsuccessful in finding linked content that would actually load anywhere.

Jan. 02 2011 01:10 AM

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