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  • On this Have You Seen…? WGVU’s Scott Vander Werf and David Hast discuss the films of Barbara Stanwyck, including Stella Dallas, The Lady Eve, Ball of Fire, Double Indemnity and The Furies
  • Local and state news: Ready by Five, Ottawa Co. parks, Ronald McDonald House West Michigan, recount legislation, a capitol pizza party and more. Featured interview: New movies this weekend
  • On this episode of Have You Seen…? David Hast and WGVU’s Scott Vander Werf talk about Hollywood director Michael Curtiz, a very prolific filmmaker known for Casablanca, Yankee Doodle Dandy, Mildred Pierce, White Christmas, Angels with Dirty Faces and the Adventures of Robin Hood
  • David Hast and Scott Vander Werf discuss the Italian Neo-Realism movement that occurred after the end of World War II. It was a school of filmmaking that influenced movie makers around the world
  • David Hast and Scott Vander Werf talk about movies that changed cinema. They look at six movies that range from classic Hollywood to the French New Wave and some contemporary examples. The movies they discuss are: Breathless, Citizen Kane, Psycho, 2001, A Space Odyssey, Jaws and Marvel's Iron Man
  • David Hast and Scott Vander Werf discuss Man on Wire, the Academy Award-winning documentary about Phillip Petitt, who walked a high-wire between the World Trad Center buildings in 1974. Directed by James Marsh, it’s presented as a heist film
  • David Hast and WGVU’s Scott Vander Werf talk about ‘On the Waterfront,’ the 1954 film starring Marlon Brando and Eva Marie Saint, directed by the controversial director Elia Kazan. Kazan had named names before the House Unamerican Activities Committee in Congress. On the Waterfront is a film that grapples with labor issues and organized crime.
  • Can zombies be real? Common sense says no way, but people still believe they can exist. Dr. Chet takes a look at fact and fiction about the possibility of zombies on this edition of Straight Talk on Health
  • David Hast and Scott Vander Werf talk about The Conversation. Written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Gene Hackman, the film that was ahead of its time looking at privacy and surveillance
  • Dr. Strangelove or: How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love The Bomb is one of the greatest American cold war movies. David Hast talks with Scott Vander Werf talk about the Stanley Kubrick classic