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On the latest episode of PRAISING KANE we’re looking at the Joan Micklin Silver’s 1975 film HESTER STREET, a breakout film for Carol Kane for which she was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar. It’s a tale of Jewish immigrants at the turn of the 20th century attempting to adapt to life in New York City, and you can hear Liam and Doug struggle with material well outside their regular wheelhouse! We also chat about Dick Cavett, The Princess’ Bride, the Oscar curse and SO MUCH MORE! Check it out!

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Here’s Carol Kane on the Dick Cavett show:

 

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On the latest episode of PRAISING KANE we look at Carol Kane’s performance in Hal Ashby’s incredible 1973 movie THE LAST DETAIL starring Jack Nicholson, Otis Young, and Randy Quaid, Written by Robert Towne (and adapted from Darryl Ponicsan’s 1969 novel), the film details two Navy lifers (Nicholson and Young) bringing an 18-year-old Seaman to a naval prison after he’s caught committing a petty crime. We chat about the film, its legacy and Carol Kane brief, but essential, role. Check it out!

As discussed in the episode, here’s the episode of The American Parade from 1974 that features Carol Kane in a brief role.

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It’s PRAISING KANE, and after three episodes we are ready for a film that features more than two minutes of Carol Kane on-screen. Thankfully, William Fruet’s WEDDING IN WHITE delivers a strong lead performance from Kane, who is surrounded by some heavy-hitters (including Donald Pleasence)! While this Canadian drama is somewhat obscure, despite having won Best Feature Film at the 1972 Canadian Film Awards, it’s really well made, affecting and often depressing as hell. LISTEN TO US TALK ABOUT IT!

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Our chronological exploration of the films of Carol Kane continues on PRAISING KANE! On this episode we’re looking at Mike Nichols’ controversial comedy-drama CARNAL KNOWLEDGE starring Jack Nicholson, Art Garfunkle, Candice Bergen, and Ann-Margret (and also, briefly, Carol Kane). The sexual politics of the early 70s is laid bare, but is it revealing? Or simply misogynistic? Let’s talk about it!

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On PRAISING KANE we take a chronological look through the film work of beloved actress Carol Kane! On the premiere episode we’re going back to 1971 to check out Frank D. Gilroy’s DESPERATE CHARACTERS starring Shirley MacLaine, Kenneth Mars and featuring an 18-year-old Carol Kane in her film debut! Co-starring New York City, which is like a whole OTHER CHARACTER IN THE MOVIE! Oh, we have fun. Join us.