I’m Ken Plume, and soon you’ll be listening to “A Bit Of A Chat” with me, Ken Plume.
In this episode, I’m having a bit of a chat with acting legend Ernest Borgnine.
Really, to describe his career is pretty much just listing some of the finest, most memorable pictures of the last 50 years, including From Here To Eternity, Flight Of the Phoenix, Ice Station Zebra, The Dirty Dozen, The Wild Bunch, The Poseidon Adventure, Escape From New York, and the film that won him a Best Actor Oscar, Marty.
And let us not forget his four season run as Lt. Cmdr. Quinton McHale in McHale’s Navy.
His autobiography, Ernie, is now available, and Turner Classic Movies premieres the all-new special Private Screenings: Ernest Borgnine, featuring an in-depth conversation hosted by Robert Osborne, at 8pm EST on Monday January 26th, followed by a selection of films from his long career.
Even at 92, Ernest Borgnine is still sharp as a tack, feisty, and working.
Here now is my chat with Ernest Borgnine… Hope you enjoy…
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