Episode 2: From Here to Eternity

41 minutes

On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by movie critic and Unspooled co-host, Amy Nicholson to talk about 1953’s From Here to Eternity. Is the movie history’s great kiss between a man and a woman or a man and a bugle?

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Movies Discussed in this Episode:

Banana Split


The Hospital

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Until the End of the World

From Here to Eternity


Some Came Running

The Best Years of Our Lives


This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert.

Our theme music is by WMD.

All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore.

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