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I’m pleased to announce that the audio edition of my one-woman play, IDA: THE LAST LUPINO is now available for download via, Amazon and iTunes.


Kathleen Godwin delivers a powerful performance as Ida Lupino in the drama, which joins the star of HIGH SIERRA, THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT and ROAD HOUSE; director of THE HITCH-HIKER, as well as other films, in 1983 when she is living alone in her decaying Brentwood home as a virtual hermit, lamenting the break-up of her marriage to actor Howard Duff.


Enhanced with music and sound effects, IDA: THE LAST LUPINO is a vivid, often witty, portrait of a woman who conquered a man's world.

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