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The Complete Works Ep. 8: Nicolas Cage – THE BOY IN BLUE (1986)

Nicolas Cage The Boy in Blue

The Complete Works is an in-depth, introspective, and, quite frankly, insane idea – FilmBook contributor Mike Smith and his co-host Mike DeCriscio are going to take a look at every film in the filmography of Nicolas Cage, one crazy screaming scene at a time. This week, Mike and Mike discuss Nicolas Cage’s role in 1986’s The Boy in Blue.

Nicolas Cage plays Ned Hanlan, alongside Christopher Plummer, Cynthia Dale, David Naughton, Melody Anderson, Jeff Wincott, and Sean Sullivan, among others. The Boy in Blue was directed by Charles Jarrott and written by Douglas Bowie.

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Michael Smith

Mike Smith is an avid filmgoer from New York who loves to hear his own voice - luckily his work as a podcaster on FilmBook allows him to do just that. Mike graduated from The College of Saint Rose in Albany with a degree in communications, and is ready to dole out critical analysis of all your pop culture fixations. Mike is the host of FilmBookCast and can frequently be seen at his local movie theater, patiently explaining to his friends that Superman Returns is a misunderstood masterpiece.

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