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Hollywood in Color

By Diana Martinez

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Hollywood in Color is a new podcast telling the stories of the stars usually left out of entertainment history — the people of color in front of and behind the camera who have been representing for over a century. Host Diana Martinez has a PhD in film and media studies and has written for Slate, The Atlantic, and Women in Hollywood. Season 3 begins September 23. New episodes every other Tuesday.

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So good!

I’m fascinated by this era, and this shows take on it is superbly researched & entertainingly presented. Fingers crossed for some Hayworth, Cugat, Miranda, & Iturbi down the line. (But I’m going to listen to whatever I get!)

Can't Wait for More

I love this podcast! I'm very interested in learning about Hollywood history, but one of my favorite podcasts (already mentioned in other reviews) gives insight into a lot of Hollywood history through the lens of white people albeit with a much more feminist take than my film classes in college. The episodes are thorough, interesting, and give a great picture of particular moments in Hollywood's history. Lupe and Dolores are unendingly fascinating women and I wish I'd known more about them sooner. Love this pod, can't wait to hear more from Diana!

A must-listen!

I loved the first episode! Hollywood in Color is a must-listen for fans of celebrity history, especially if you’re interested in learning more about non-white Old Hollywood stars (a real gripe I have with shows like You Must Remember This). The first season is set up to tell the parallel and diverging stories of two Mexican actresses: Dolores del Río and Lupe Vélez. The two women’s personal biographies are grounded in insightful historical and cultural context, a lot of which, like the particulars of the Mexican Revolution, I was embarrassingly clueless about before listening. The storytelling is engaging and the history is well-researched. I’m hooked—can’t wait for the next episode!

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