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In this episode we look at our second Fourth Of July extravaganza with programs with a truly American theme. Well some of them at any rate. We start by finishing Peter Pan. And if Disney's is the only one you're familiar with you're in for a treat with the rreal thing. Then we conclude the first season of The Navy Lark and end with a walk down L.A.'s mean streets and yes friends this was recorded in England with Philip Marlowe and the Raymond cChandler classic "The High Window." Also check out the blooper at the end and just what does Doctor Who have to do with our state of the states festivities? Our pannel is coming soon so stay tuned.

Direct download: Brunch_With_The_Brits_75.mp3
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