Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes (2008)
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Regarded by many as America's foremost humorist and likened by others to a late 20th century reincarnation of Samuel Langhorne Clemens and Will Rogers, Minnesota-based Garrison Keillor commenced his popular public radio series A Prairie Home Companion in 1974. In each weekly three-hour broadcast, Keillor utilizes folk music, often parodistic playlets, satirical product endorsements and gentle short stories to both send up old-time radio programs and conjure up an enchanting view of middle
Jun 12, 2008 Wide
Jul 7, 2009
Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
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Portrait captures the charm of A Prairie Home Companion and its creator considerably more than Robert Altman's star-heavy 2006 feature of the same name.
The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes is an utterly pedantic TV documentary inexplicably given life on the big screen.
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