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Join The Score host Edmund Stone for a good laugh, January 2021


We all can use a good laugh now and again, so mark your calendar for January 9th when we can all laugh along with Edmund Stone's favorite comedies, including a bit of the Brit with The Pink Panther.

1/2       2020: The Once and Future Film Year Edmund Stone looks at the most challenging year in Hollywood’s history when theaters were empty and eagerly anticipated films were held back, pushed forward and even sent straight to streaming. Catch up with the music for movies such as Wonder Woman 1984, Dune and Mulan. Great films of 2020 - and beyond.

1/9       Good for a Laugh – Edmund’s Favorite Comedies  If laughter is the best medicine, then you’re in for a dose of a good time this week on The Score as Edmund Stone features music from some of his personal favorite comedy films. Get a peek at what movies make Edmund laugh out loud - a bit of the Brit with The Pink Panther, the star-studded spoof Galaxy Quest, and the “inconceivable”ly funny Princess Bride.

1/16      The Wild West – A Different Look Ride along with Edmund Stone on The Score in The Wild West - A Different Look. Edmund delves into how westerns have changed over the decades, featuring movies that take different approaches to the genre from Hollywood classics such as Stagecoach and The Magnificent Seven, through evolving characterizations in Dances With Wolves and Neo Westerns Jane Got A Gun and Wind River.

1/23      Stop Motion Edmund Stone takes a musical journey into the fascinating art form of Stop Motion films. From the pioneering The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad to Isle of Dogs, it’s non-stop entertainment with movies such as Clash of the Titans, Chicken Run, and Shaun the Sheep.

1/30      Golden Age of Hollywood - Jimmy Stewart, Ginger Rogers and Katherine Hepburn

Visit the Golden Age of Hollywood on The Score as Edmund Stone rolls out the red carpet for some of the era’s biggest stars. Enjoy music from Jimmy Stewart films including The Philadelphia Story, Rear Window and Shenandoah. Dance along with Ginger Rogers in Top Hat and SwingTime. Listen to some of the highlights from Katherine Hepburn’s amazing portfolio such as Lion in Winter, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, and On Golden Pond.