We’ve got a very dishy podcast episode this week

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Karina Longworth, host of the vastly popular podcast You Must Remember Thisabout old Hollywood— is our guest,  and we’re talking about the industry: its most surprising characters, its most under-known figures, its race issues, and the women behind the men who made it big. It’s a pretty fascinating conversation, and I learned so much I did not know. Listen in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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8 Thoughts on We’ve got a very dishy podcast episode this week
    nadine
    17 Jun 2020
    2:51pm

    Great episode! Also I just found out that she is married to Rian Johnson. Did you watch his last movie Knives out? I loved it! I found it so funny and smart. And talking about fashion, the costume design was on point.

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    SlyBK
    18 Jun 2020
    10:51am

    Loved this episode! <3

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    MaryAlice
    16 Jun 2020
    11:48am

    So excited! I have listened to You Must Remember This faithfully since the beginning. The new season about Polly Platt is especially fascinating.

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    Stephanie
    18 Jun 2020
    4:40pm

    Thanks for the introduction to Karina and the podcast — old Hollywood is very much up my alley. I can’t wait to hear all these stories. I hope her documentary project gets picked up!

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    Bobby
    16 Jun 2020
    1:37pm

    Need to know her skin care regime ASAP. Talk about porcelain! She looks like an old time hollywood star. Biggest compliment in my book!

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    Mae
    18 Jun 2020
    12:49pm

    I’m sorry that such a beautiful young woman is so stressed about how she looks compared to other women in Hollywood. Nothing. Has. Changed.

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    Kimberly
    16 Jun 2020
    9:05am

    Love her podcast! The Manson series was particularly fascinating

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      Liz
      16 Jun 2020
      10:08am

      Agreed. I was embarrassingly obsessed with the Manson Girls growing up, so I thought I knew everything there was to know, but that series had tons of fascinating information and so much context. I loved it. Her episodes on the Hemingway sisters were also really great.

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