In 1968, Frank Sinatra was so determined to get Mia Farrow to be in his movie that he divorced her over it, which means he was the only one who didn’t fall asleep by the time the film was over. Much like Partners, another gay son of a prominent citizen is murdered and a good cop has to do a bad job of catching the killer. Mike, Bil and Dan are on hand to tell you all about it!
by Gordon Douglas
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This Week’s Recommendations
Bil recommends you read Pauline Kael: A Life In The Dark by Brian Kellow
Michael recommends you watch And the Birds Rained Down by Louise Archambault
Daniel recommends you listen to the podcast My Little Tonys
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Promo photos by Michael Sheffer.
Musical theme by The Chronos Band.