How do you get to interview Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly in 1978, when you're two random high school kids in Minnesota? Why was Lucille Ball less than a "ball" at times to talk with? What crazy lengths would George Hamilton go to land an audition? What was Hollywood really like during the "studio system" era, and how on earth did Robert Wagner end up writing their Foreword??
A new book, "Hollywood Heyday: 75 Candid Interviews with Golden Age Legends", chronicles this unlikely story of two Minnesota teens who took a chance and found themselves interviewing hundreds of Hollywood heavyweights from the "Golden Age" is the subject of a new EricCast. We discuss the unique content of some of these interviews, too!
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