In the first of The Bazura Project presents Saturday Night Cult Movie and Awkwardly-Worded Title With Possibly Incorrect Singular Noun, the classic film The 49th Parallel is introduced.
First aired on 8 March 2008
Fans of Humphrey Bogart beware: he is about to beat the devil.
First aired on 15 March 2008
The story behind the Orson Welles film Confidential Report is as interesting as the story the film itself tells.
First aired on 22 March 2008
Who will win when Hercules takes on Men from the Moon? The audience!
First aired on 29 March 2008
Carol Lombard puts modern comedians to shame in Nothing Sacred.
First aired on 5 April 2008
Arguably the funniest romantic comedy of all time, His Girl Friday, gets the Bazura-introducing-it treatment.
First aired on 12 April 2008
Come with us as we ride in the whirlwind.
First aired on 19 April 2008
Inspired by the title of his latest film, Rex Harrison catches the night train to Munich.
First aired on 26 April 2008
Let us introduce you to our favourite brunette. (We’re suppose to introduce you to our favorite brunette, but we struggle with American spelling conventions.)
First aired on 3 May 2008
Margaret Lockwood goes searching for a vanished lady in Alfred Hitchcock’s Family Plot! No, wait. The Lady Vanishes. That’s it.
First aired on 10 May 2008
Have the kind of fun you can only have when you’re too young to know any better with Incoming Freshmen.
First aired on 17 May 2008
Buster Keaton creates one of the greatest comedies of all time with The General.
First aired on 24 May 2008
Santa Claus faces his greatest (and perhaps only) challenge yet in Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.
First aired on 31 May 2008
Stanley Donen channels Alfred Hitchcock in tonight’s film Charade.
First aired on 7 June 2008
A love story featuring a cast of pigeons. Nothing we say in this intro is made up. Swear.
First aired on 14 June 2008
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