I recently had the pleasure of being Todd Liebenow’s guest on his Forgotten Filmcast podcast. I jumped at the opportunity to select a Warren William film, and even though we weren’t able to do my first choice (Employees’ Entrance), settling on The Mind Reader wasn’t too great a hardship!
The podcast runs about 45 minutes and can be accessed through various links in the post at Todd’s site, Forgotten Films.
I wrote about The Mind Reader on this site back in 2012, but since I watched it another couple of times (okay, three) and took another whole set of notes I decided to post about it again over at Immortal Ephemera. You’ll find that new post HERE.
You may be surprised to learn that I’m not counting this little bulletin as my annual post at WarrenWilliam.com. No, I’m actually going to have something else coming to this space soon!
Shadows and Satin and Pre-Code.com host the Pre-Code Blogathon between March 31 and April 3. I was feeling ambitious, so in addition to signing up to write about George Bancroft in Blood Money (1933) at Immortal Ephemera, I also reserved Warren William as a subject with plans to post a biography about him here, on WarrenWilliam.com.
I can’t believe this site has been up since 2007 and I’ve never posted a biography, which is probably what most people want the first time they happen by here. Now I’m not planning a super-lengthy post, but I do plan to hit all of the key points about Warren’s life and career in (hopefully) about 2,000-2,500 words.
Look for that in this space on March 31.