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Patrice Chaplin

Special Guest

Biography:

A writer and playwright, Patrice Chaplin has written over 25 books.Her novel Siesta became a film starring Jodie Foster and Isabella Rossellini. As a Bohemian in Paris she spent time with Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. Married to Charlie Chaplin’s son Michael, in Hollywood she worked with Lauren Bacall, Miles Davis, and Salvador Dali. She lives in London.

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Mysterious Portals

During the second half of the show, author and playwright Patrice Chaplin revealed the story of the ancient, mystical city of Gerona, Spain and its connections to secret portals. Actor Kane Hodder, who played Jason in four of the Friday the 13th movies, talked about his work in the series. ... More »

Host: Ian Punnett
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