Casablanca Just Feels Reich
We get into 1942's romantic drama Casablanca and how much of a missed opportunity it is that we didn't get a buddy-cop style sequel. Everyone learns a lot about the history of old movie, the importance of love, and a little something about ourselves (or some equivalent made up bullshit).
Theme song by Andrew Hansen, blatant infringement by David Bridgman.
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1. The content of films has been a serious subject for over a century. The first American movie censorship law was enacted in 1907.
2. No more show notes this week.
3. Really, we didn't bring up enough researchable topics.