Film Geek Central presents THE FILMS OF 1973 – Podcast Episode 9

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Welcome to another episode of The Films of 1973, where I review every available film from 1973!

You can view the entire upcoming schedule for the podcast, as well as look up  previous episodes, here.

You can listen to this episode at the bottom of this page.

For this episode I’m joined by Film Geek Central’s own Scott Davis.

Together, we’ll be reviewing:

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GODSPELL [G] 1hr 43min Directed by David Greene – Film version of the off broadway musical.

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THE FAMILY [R] 1hr 49min Starring Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland, Telly Savalas; Directed by Sergio Sollima – A hired killer sets out to get revenge on the people responsible for the attempt on his life.

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THE CHEERLEADERS [R] 1hr 22min Directed by Paul Glickler – High School cheerleaders who like to have sex a lot.

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5 FINGERS OF DEATH [R] 1hr 41min Directed by Chang Ho Cheng – Shaw Bros Kung Fu movie about an upcoming young fighter representing his new martial arts school.

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CUT-THROATS NINE [R] 1hr 31min Directed by Joaquin Romero Marchent – Grizzly spaghetti western that has a lawman and his daughter escorting a wagon of 7 hardened criminals through the mountains.

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THE CRAZIES [R] 1hr 43min Directed by George A. Romero – Horror film about a virus spreading through a small town that makes people nuts.

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