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A network of podcasts under several genres relating to the retro pop culture field and how these features are relevant to everyone today. Retro doesn't mean old. It's about a style and a vibe that gives you your passion. These podcasts will consist of classic radio dramas and commentary from Jim Romanovich, blogs, new interviews from individuals who contributed to the pop culture experience, and high-end audio documentaries.
 
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A woman who stands before an empty grave, was told she murdered and buried a man in the same area yet she doesn’t remember. She believes she is another woman whom she learns died six years ago. Commentary on a if this story was a gaslighting attempt or one based in delusion. Plus, how Steve McQueen developed his on screen persona.…
 
After being asleep for six hours, Kent was shocked when Bruce Wayne called and said another bank had been robbed and the person of interest had a red and blue costume and…flew. Commentary on Kent's mental state and the thought that someone absolutely identifies you in a felony you did not commit.By Radio Retropolis
 
Last time, not only were Kent and Bruce Wayne shocked that a person resembling Superman had committed robberies and giving to charities, but they were stunned to find a charity donation card had Superman’s own handwriting on it. Commentary on Bruce Wayne taking the lead as a pleasant surprise.By Radio Retropolis
 
A mysterious stranger warns a man not to drive his car as he will be killed. At that moment, a man steals his car just as it explodes. His wife, whom he knows is responsible for the explosion, is shocked to see her husband alive. He tells her that since she wants him dead, she should murder him for real. Commentary on the moral of this episode. Plu…
 
Kent figures out the radio transmitters in the watches were done through the jeweler. In a warehouse somewhere in town where Jimmy and Lois are imprisoned, they are startled as the door opens to reveal their captor. Commentary on the darker turn Superman is about to take in the serials down the road that focus on hate crimes which was prevalent pos…
 
Lamont and Margot investigate a sanitarium that is used as a front to hide fugitives who go on committing crimes and plan on stealing $50,000 in one firm’s securities. Commentary on star Stefan Schnabel. Plus a look at the most controversial presidential campaign in 1948- until Trump/Biden of 2020- when Thomas E. Dewey was guaranteed the win over H…
 
A woman runs into a large mentally challenged man in a cemetery who is said to be waiting for Lola- a woman who died and was buried in this cemetery a year ago. Commentary on writer and star Bob Sloan and actress Mercedes McCambridge who scared the wits out of everyone in the movie The Exorcist.By Radio Retropolis
 
Perry and Clark Kent race over to Jimmy’s home after Perry’s phone call with Jimmy’s mom told him that Jimmy is sleeping in bed. When they get there, they are surprised to find not Jimmy, but a black cat! Commentary on the buffoonish sider of Perry White. Plus, Ancient Egyptian practices with cats.By Radio Retropolis
 
An ex-con tips the cops to a gang of thieves wanted in connection with car stripping in which the only clue is a can of ultra-violet fluorescent paint. Commentary on why the Dragnet theme was so popular, becoming a hit on the Billboard charts, and the reason the Dragnet theme was sued and found guilty of copyright infringement.…
 
A man who made some terrible money decisions hires a hit man to murder him. But when he changes his mind the gunman plans to carry out the murder anyway as all contracts are final. Commentary on the exceptional story and why listeners are not supposed to solve the mystery. Plus Lois Lane herself Joan Alexander guest stars.…
 
A ghost rumored to haunt the hallways of a castle off the Florida Keys is believed to be responsible for the recent death of a maid. Commentary on Grace Mathews as Margot being replaced by Amzie Strickland and comparisons of the maid with Miss Danvers and Frau Blucher (Young Frankenstein). Plus, stars Cathleen Cordell and Adelaide Klein.…
 
A refugee from Eastern Europe has barricaded himself in his apartment and is threatening to kill himself rather than go to jail for forgery. Commentary on the excellent and politically timely script. Plus a look at the real Nazi sadists including the "Hangman of Buchenwald"-Walter Gerhard Martin Sommer -who committed the most heinous, torturous act…
 
Lois claims a talking cat that she had received from a secret admirer for Christmas is telling her that Perry is her enemy. Clark and Perry believe that she should take a long rest. But when she hears the cat again, she frantically leaves town. Commentary on the character of Ms. Bacharach who also appeared in one episode on the Superman TV series.…
 
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