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Happy Halloween everyone! For this year’s spooktacular program, I have chosen to discuss Roddy’s role as Peter Vincent from the Fright Night franchise; and to celebrate this marvelous endeavor, I am joined by my friend Albert Burdge who is my co host again after an almost two year absence! Who could ask for anything more? Hope you all have a safe a…
 
Hello everyone! I hope you are all doing well. This episode marks the fourth edition of Not Just Yesterday’s annual celebration of Roddy’s birthday, and I cannot believe I have gotten this far with the show! FOUR of Roddy’s birthdays have passed since this show began in August of 2017 and the realization of how long NJY has been going just blows my…
 
Hello everyone! The final episode covering the Planet of the Apes franchise is finally here. If you are quarantined during this pandemic of Coronavirus, I hope you all are safe, well and will use this episode to stay entertained during your extended time indoors. Stay safe and keep smiling! ~Zoëעל ידי Barren Space Productions
 
After two years of planning, extensive study of the film’s history, a slight case of obsession and a revamped format for the show, the infamous Cleopatra episode for Roddy’s birthday has finally come to fruition! It’s been a rough ride getting this show off the ground, but, as I say in the show, a good friend of mine once said “Things worth doing t…
 
Lord Love a Duck: A phrase of British origin which is meant to convey shock or surprise in a situation where no other words or phrase will fit/a mildly inoffensive and appropriate term used to express surprise. The meaning of this phrase obviously fit the title of the film, who’s sole purpose was Protest with intent to offend. Lord Love a Duck was …
 
Drawing depicting Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates, by Dodge Stahl. Date unknown. Hello everyone! Today’s episode is a radio production featuring Roddy McDowall and Dean Stockwell. The programme which Roddy and Dean both appeared on in 1952, was “Hans Brinker” and it was produced by Family Theatre. Roddy narrated the production while Dean starred…
 
In this 2 hour episode of Not Just Yesterday, two episodes of Lux Radio theatre are presented for your enjoyment, giving us a small peek into Roddy’s career as a voice actor in Radio. This episode does not have a trivia section and only features the two classic Radio programs “The Pied Piper” and “My Friend Flicka.”…
 
Christmastime is here again! This is Not Just Yesterday’s very first Christmas episode, and I am so excited to have a very special co-host on my show today! Hope you all enjoy the show, and have a marvelously Happy Christmas, and a blessed New Year!על ידי Barren Space Productions
 
Today, Not Just Yesterday: The Roddy McDowall Podcast remembers Roddy’s dear friend Natalie Wood on the 37th anniversary of her death. In 1965, after having received star power for the first time after West Side Story, Natalie Wood was given the opportunity to choose a film role she absolutely wanted more than anything, and she chose Inside Daisy C…
 
*Ahem* Does anybody know where I can find the headless horseman? Roddy found his noggin! Happy Halloween everyone! This short episode today is just to whet your appetites for the frightening evening festivities ahead, and keep you company while your cauldrons bubble. Gather up your cozy duds, this episode is gonna give you the chills! I hope you en…
 
Today is a major milestone birthday for Roddy McDowall. Were he living, Roddy would be 90 years old today. In Celebration of this special birthday, I chose to discuss a film which was very dear to Roddy’s heart; Lassie Come Home (1943). In this film he met a young girl who would soon become his best friend for life, Elizabeth Taylor, and came to kn…
 
The Final Installment of the Planet of the Apes Saga, Battle for the Planet of the Apes was not truly the end, but only the beginning. Geared primarily towards an adolescent audience after Conquest of the Planet of the Apes shocked viewers due to it’s violent theme, Battle promised a world of peaceful serenity; until. . . . .The film signaled the e…
 
In August of 2017, the very first episode of Not Just Yesterday: The Roddy McDowall Podcast, dropped on iTunes for the very first time. This episode, marks the 1 year anniversary of this show’s birth, and I’m so very excited to be able to share it with all of you today. One week ago, on August 24th, I embarked on the creation of this episode. It’s …
 
Hello everybody, I am back! and I have an exciting episode to share with you today. This episode discusses Roddy McDowall’s one and only directorial endeavor, his film: “The Ballad of Tam Lin”, aka The Devil’s Widow, AKA Games and Toys, etc, etc. This movie is one of the most obscure movies ever made, but it is a movie that must not be missed. Rodd…
 
The promised surprise episode has come! I am joined in this episode by Albie Burdge, original host of The Quantum Leap Podcast, and fellow Barrenspace podcaster/POTA superfan; to embark on our upcoming 5 episode journey into the world of The Planet of the Apes. Covering the series from Roddy McDowall’s Perspective, this upcoming series of five epis…
 
Horror fans, Rejoice! Your personal episode has come. I’m actually very excited about presenting this episode to you all, as it presented some very real challenges; and the creation of this episode was immensely rewarding for me. I discovered that a film I was always terrified of (because I’m a maaaajor coward and SO NOT a horror fan) was actually,…
 
On October 24th, 1957; Compulsion opened at the Belasco Theatre in New York City. Several weeks before, Roddy McDowall and Dean Stockwell; who had just been offered the roles of Artie Strauss and Judd Steiner, met one another for the very first time. During their long runs on the production, the two developed a strong friendship which lasted until …
 
“And we’ll have fun fun fun, til your nephew blows you up in your car.” Okay I know that was corny, but you try coming up with something cute on the spot like that, it ain’t easy! (Unless you’re Bob Hope. . . But I digress. . . ) For this episode, we have a brief summary discussion of Roddy’s guest appearance as the murderer Roger Stanford in Colum…
 
It’s a wonderful day in Podcast land, as today is the day to PAR-TAY! If he were alive today, Roddy McDowall would have been 89 years old, and in celebration of his birthday and the amazing legacy he left behind, I put together a very special podcast in his honor. In this, the second episode of Not Just Yesterday: The Roddy McDowall Podcast; we pay…
 
Roddy McDowall was a legendary actor, photographer, man, and friend. His incredible career spanned over 6 decades, and to this day he is one of Hollywood’s most beloved stars of all time. This podcast is in tribute to him and the legacy he left behind, through his work; both in film and in print. In 1941, John Ford’s epic film “How Green Was My Val…
 
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