You can put the blame on Mame, boys, because the 7th season of “The Online Movie Show with Phil Hall” has launched with a celebration of the ultimate Love Goddess, the one and only Rita Hayworth. Actor-writer Joe Mannetti returns as the guest for this season premiere episode.
For this final episode of the sixth season of “The Online Movie Show” pays tribute to the Oscar-winning force of energy Susan Hayward. Actor-writer Joe Mannetti returns to offer his insight on Hayward’s rise to glory and her big screen triumphs.
Joan Rivers could have a major force in movies, but she somehow never found her niche despite several attempts from both sides of the camera. Actor/writer Joe Mannetti offers his insight in this episode of “The Online Movie Show” podcast, which details Joan’s highs, lows and missed opportunities in the movie world.
Greta Garbo was a hypnotic yet elusive commodity who continues to intrigue and obsess audiences. In this week’s episode of “The Online Movie Show,” actor-writer Joe Mannetti offers his insight on the never-ending Garbo allure.
Diana Dors was billed as Britain’s answer to Marilyn Monroe, but she was a distinctive personality in her own right. While she never quite found a niche in the U.S., she nonetheless created memorable performances on both the cinema and television screens. On this episode of “The Online Movie Show,” actor/writer Joe Mannetti discusses Diana Dors’ remarkable life and the circumstances that kept her from fulfilling her fullest talents.
John Wayne as Genghis Khan? Lucille Ball as Mame? On this episode, we celebrate some of the most wonderfully misguided examples of movie miscasting, including some still-controversial casting decisions (Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Dolittle, Barbra Streisand as Dolly Levi) and some noble endeavors that went awry (Marlon Brando’s Fletcher Christian, Jane Fonda as Ibsen’s Nora). Actor/writer Joe Mannetti returns to “The Online Movie Show” to give praise to the actors in the wrong roles.