Hi everyone! Welcome to "At The Drive-In", a podcast where I talk about movies from the 30s to the 60s. I will be looking at the plot, themes, characters, funny anecdotes, and anything worth knowing about the movies! I am just here to have some fun and share my interest in these oldies with people who also enjoy watching them. Today I discuss Jason and the Argonauts (1963). I recount the pretty complicated plot, go over the iconic stop-motion animation scenes, compare the movie version with the actual myth of Jason (especially concerning the role of Medea), and overall have a great time!
The information for the podcast comes from:
Information on the myth:
Let's Talk About Myths, Baby :https://open.spotify.com/episode/2Mj7QgJMeaR2MCSwuKRyNh?si=GNmgVs8yRNebzj5433BEbg, https://open.spotify.com/episode/2YIXHLt0z1EnNRSbRMug4H?si=rgAqd-6PTaeunR7ypqSO3g
Credit for the theme goes to:
Hot Swing by Kevin MacLeod
A podcast where I talk about movies from the 30s to the 60s. I will be looking at the plot, themes, characters, funny anecdotes, and anything worth mentioning. The structure of the podcast will alternate between very famous movies from the time (eg Hitchcock) and lesser known movies that are definitely worth talking about. I will also be dedicating some episodes to specific actors and directors and looking at their contribution to cinema.