Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Five(ish) Fangirls Episode #356: Igniting The Fire Part 7 (1955)

We're rolling along with our history lesson via Billy Joel into 1955. Did you know that Elvis was a twin? Which future Star Wars star predicted James Dean's fatal car crash? Listen and find out. Plus the news, some housekeeping, and a few tangents. 

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Alec Guinness warned James Dean one week before his death: “Please do not get into that car!”

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The Messed Up Origins of Peter Pan | Disney Explained - Jon Solo

Disney Peter Pan (1953) - Captain Hook scared of Tic-Tock Croc

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Elvis Presley - A Boy From Tupelo

Sun Days With Elvis - plus Elvis Presley’s America

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