The Golden Age of Hollywood

Derek McLellan and film historian Maria Ciaccia discuss classic movies

Episode 81

The life and career of classic movie star William Holden.

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Previous episodes of the Dream Factory can be found here :

http://dreamfactorypodcast.blogspot.com

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