We're looking at moments of national transition in William Wyler's 1946 Best Picture winner, The Best Years of Our Lives.
Join in as we discuss Harold Russell's double Oscar-winning performance, family bar crawls, the remaining films of 2020, and this movie's vigorous contemporary resonance.
Plus: Where is Boone City? Why are so many children's choirs bad? What happened to Al's son? And why aren't hot dog salesmen more self-confident?
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