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This is more like it! Bartel Me Something Good returns with Paul Bartel’s end-of-the-80s satirical sex comedy triumph SCENES FROM THE CLASS STRUGGLE IN BEVERLY HILLS, featuring an all-star cast witnessing – and participating in – all sorts of bad taste fun. Jacqueline Bisset, Mary Woronov, Ray Sharkey, Robert Beltran, Ed Begley Jr., Wallace Shawn and Bartel himself chew up the scenery – and some wonderful dialogue from writer Bruce Wagner – while indulging in the best and worst of Reagan-era debauchery. CHECK IT OUT!

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On this episode of Bartel Me Something Good we’ve reached Paul Bartel’s Criterion Collected classic EATING RAOUL featuring Mary Woronov, Robert Beltran and Paul Bartel himself as Paul Bland. A darkly comedic social satire (/w cannibalism), it remains a gem in the Bartel filmography, and we’re delighted to be joined by EATING RAOUL’s editor Alan Toomayan to discuss his work on Bartel’s films, including LUST IN THE DUST and SCENES FROM THE CLASS STRUGGLE IN BEVERLY HILLS. Alan also regales us with stories of his early work with New World Pictures, the guerilla filmmaking that went into Eating Raoul’s production, and his transition to becoming an editor of film trailers and featurettes. CHECK IT OUT!

You can find plenty more about Alan Toomayan and his work over at http://www.toomayan.com/ 

Thanks to Brian Saur from the Pure Cinema Podcast for his help on this episode.

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On this episode of YOU DON’T KNOW DICK we’re joined by Junk Filter Podcast host (and Twitter provocateur) Jesse Hawken to discuss Alan Arkush’s long-unavailable concert-movie comedy GET CRAZY from 1983! It’s a wild film, with performances from Malcolm McDowell (as an aging rock star), Daniel Stern, Lou Reed(!), Lee Ving, Mary Woronov, Paul Bartel.. and plenty more! We also discuss our favorite Rock and Roll movies, Alan Arkush’s career, why the film was buried and all things DICK MILLER. Check it out!

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