Episode #1502

Leonardo DiCaprio & Ben Stiller

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Friday, January 10, 2014

Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street (Mary Cybulski)

Leonardo DiCaprio talks with Kurt Andersen about how much greed is good — he stars in Martin Scorsese’s new film The Wolf of Wall Street. Ben Stiller brings Walter Mitty’s daydreams to the screen in the feel-good movie of the season. And we revisit the golden age of musical theater productions that never saw the footlights of Broadway.

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Jenny from Studio 360

Hi Harry --

Sorry for the delay. I think the music to which you're referring is the song that started the piece. It's the title song from the 1958 Edsel dealer announcement show “Once in a Lifetime." You can hear more of the song here (http://www.industrialmusicals.com/songs/) and lots more music from the story by clicking on the headline above.


Jan. 21 2014 08:04 PM
Harry Hines from Silver Spring, MD

Good evening.

I enjoy Studio 360 among many other of your productions. There was some jazz-band sounding music played before the piece on last week's show about musicals produced in the 50s, 60s and 70s for dealers of various products. Do you list the artists/groups that you select to be transitional music between one featured spot and another? Thank you. Harry

Jan. 13 2014 07:54 PM

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