October 31, 2002 Let your ears perk up and your hair stand on end. NPR's Bob Mondello and four Talk of the Nation guests try to send chills up your spine with their favorite spooky stories.
October 25, 2002 Mike Leigh's new film All or Nothing is a working-class drama with an ensemble cast. Bob Mondello says that although it's set in contemporary London, it feels almost Dickensian.
October 24, 2002 Lyricist Adolph Green has died. He helped create "On the Town" and "Wonderful Town," as well as the classic movie musical Singin' in the Rain. Green was 87. NPR's Bob Mondello has a remembrance.
October 12, 2002 Michael Moore's new film, Bowling for Columbine, is a quirky look at America's gun culture. Critic Bob Mondello says the film makes a serious discussion of a serious issue undeniably entertaining.
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October 11, 2002 Two best-selling novels have been converted into movies that debut today: Janet Fitch's White Oleander, and Bret Easton Ellis' The Rules of Attraction. NPR's Bob Mondello says both have survived their page-to-screen transitions largely intact.
September 26, 2000 A note on the life of Lee Erwin, a silent film organist who composed music for Charlie Chaplin, and classic films like "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." Erwin died last week at the age of 92.
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