Calling Old Hollywood is a podcast that focuses on personal and intimate encounters of the actors, actresses, and musicians from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Every week a new guest who either personally knew, worked for, or is related to a legend or Old Hollywood in some fashion-- shares their personal encounters about yesterdays stars. Creator / Host Kat Lively is a Los Angeles based musician and actress, who has had a passion for Old Hollywood since she was a child. This show is an effort to document seldom told stories about 1920's-1970's stars, and to humanize legends and Icons in pop culture. Kat hosts, edits, schedules, and runs all social media for Calling Old Hollywood.
Ep.37 ~ Karie Bible on Classic Horror, Hollywood Kitchen, and a purrfect cameo by 'Close Up' the cemetery Cat...
31 Days of the Calling Old Hollywood Spooktacular continues with my guest — Old Hollywood historian and Hollywood Forever Cemetery tour guide — Karie Bible.This episode was recorded at Hollywood Forever beside Cecil B. Demille’s grave. Karie and I...
Ep.36 : Pat Jankiewicz on Fangoria, Horror films, David Bowie, Alfred Hitchcock and the fake pumpkins used in the Halloween films....
🎃🦇31 Days of the Calling Old Hollywood Spooktacular continues Friday with my guest — Actor & Author from the center of the horror universe, Pat Jankiewicz!Pat is a writer for iconic Fangoria Magazine & Scream Magazine. He has been in several...
Ep.35 ~ SPOOKTACULAR MONTH : Tom Zarzecki on Classic Horror films, Universal Monsters and 'The Cabinet of Dr.Caligari'
31 Days of the Calling Old Hollywood Spooktacular begins next week with guest, Filmmaker, Artist & Musician — Tom Zarzecki.Tom and I discuss our favorite silent Horror Film ‘The Cabinet of Dr.Caligari’, as well as Bela Lugosi, Iconic True Crime...
Ep. 34 : Constance Towers on acting with John Wayne, Yul Brynner, humanitarian work with late husband John Gavin, recent work on 'General Hospital', and life's lessons and memories
My guest is Film / Stage Actress and singer, Ms.Constance Towers.Ms.Towers is most known for 'The Horse Soldiers' with John Wayne, and 'The Naked Kiss' directed by Sam Fuller. She also played Anna in the Broadway adaption of 'The King & I' with Yul...
No.32 : Billy Van Zandt on being a playwright, on Acting, Lucille Ball, Bob Newhart, Charlie Chaplin and his wonderful writing partner, the late Jane Milmore.
In memory of Jane Milmore.A wonderful conversation with Playwright, Writer and Actor Billy Van Zandt. Billy shared stories from his times working with Don Rickles, Frank Sinatra, Bob Newhart, Penny Marshall, Sean Penn, Tom Cruise and others. We talk...
Ep.31 : Danny Hutton of Three Dog Night on his band, Elton John, Old Hollywood, Kim Fowley & the music industry today
PART 1 OF 2Founding member and Vocalist of one of the biggest if not the biggest band between 1967-1975, Mr.Danny Hutton of Three Dog Night. Danny and I discuss the 21 consecutive top 40 Hits Three Dog Night has, his personal stories with Elton John,...
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My new podcast obsession. I love this podcast so much. The stories and guests are amazing. The host is super awesome as well!
Kat is great! Her voice is soothing and she is awesome at directing her podcast. I am not too familiar with old Hollywood, but of course I know about James Dean and people like him. But I don’t know too much, so this Podcast was interesting to learn more about Hollywood and I think my next visit to LA will be different and more valuable.
Reel Talk with the Hollywood Kid interview.
I Listened to your show recently and just wanted to say that I thought you and your guest, Mike Distasio, were right on the money about the differences between the movies of the Golden age of Hollywood and today’s “product”. My girlfriend and I are big fans of the older movies because we find them overall to be a lot classier and we also think that they’re well acted, well written and well produced. I think that back then they cared a lot more about the craft whereas these days they seem more concerned with pumping something out quick so they can make a buck.
Enjoyed your show very much and thought Mr. Distasio had a lot of interesting input as far as all of the behind the scenes stuff that goes on that most people wouldn’t normally know about.
Steve H. Boston, Ma.