“Forgotten Hollywood”- TherapyCable Episode #2 on the Air…

Posted on March 31, 2015 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…



   Episode #2 on FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD features an interview with documentary filmmaker Hector Galan. The acclaimed work will appear on PBS. Airing on April 17th on their program Voces is a production called Children of Giant. Our segment is called Cinema Touches a Community.


Forgotten Hollywood on Therapy Cable logo   Forgotten Hollywood - Therapy Cable #2

TCLogo   The interview on THERAPYCABLE CHANNEL will summarize the story of a community directly influenced by a Hollywood production that included director George Stevens, and actors Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor, and the final film made by James Dean. It explores how a Mexican American community was directly influenced by the epic production, Giant.

   The 1954 motion picture was based on a novel by Edna Ferber, and explored the racial divide between Anglos and Latinos, class division, feminism, and the real story of a poor Texas town of Murfa, where the movie was originally made. The children in the cinematic classic are now grown up and reflect about their time in the spotlight.

   Click on the link (or cut and paste) to watch and enjoy!




   FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD is based on a franchise that includes a book series, a weekly radio show airing on the 90.1 FM KBPK on Sundays at 7p (pst); this blog, and a documentary currently in production.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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