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Warner Archive Podcast

By Warner Bros.

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George Feltenstein, Matthew Patterson, and D.W. Ferranti discuss the latest movie and TV releases from the Warner Bros. label, Warner Archive featuring news, reviews, and interviews focusing on films and TV, sci-fi, horror, film noir, cult, animation, and other rarities culled from the vast WB vaults.

Customer Reviews


What a treasure trove. The whole Warner Archive Collection is such a brilliant and exciting concept and the icing on the cake are these podcasts. It's like Warners is throwing a huge party and inviting everyone.

Thanks to Warner Brothers for preserving the great Theater of the Mind!

These radio performances are wonderful and entertaining stories of bygone years. They are great fun to listen too, then catch the full movie version. I wish more of our modern film makers would create radio versions of big movies like Lucas did with the original Star Wars for radio.

A Facsinating Podcast for Film Enthusiasts

What a marvelous concept to also have a Warner Archive podcast, showcasing lots of entertaining bygone radio programs and theater plays from M-g-M and Warner Brothers once largely unavailable. It is really interesting hear old time radio of re-anactments of the studio's movies reworked as radio theater showcases, sometimes starring even main players from the actual pictures.
The Podcast also ranges to interviews with various actors, and my favorite part of the podcast, a retrospective on Vitaphone the notable sound film technology, responsible towards the true successes of both sound on film and the Warner Brothers establishment. It presents rare vitaphone sound discs of short subject films starring many interesting bands and musicians popular in that time of the twenties, and it comes with a suprise, The earliest vitaphone disc in existence with a message from Jack Warner! Overall it's a really fun podcast.