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The Wilder Ride is a podcast where we look to explore and celebrate the films of Gene Wilder, using the ​movies by minutes format. Your hosts are Alan Sanders and Walt Murray, getting Wilder by the minute.

May 10, 2019

We continue today with Lili singing the song that closed Poland. While we examine the lyrics, we wonder if the song is one someone else has written or is it autobiographical. We wonder why she is tired of being admired? We also have to figure out what she says to the audience after the lyric, "...and always too soon." There is some discussion about where the chair goes that is kicked into the audience. Also, who threw their hat and where did it land? By the end of the minute, we are only a third of the way through the song, but the audience is really enjoying it.

Megan Baillie calls herself a serial enthusiast, which is why she goes by ‘actor’, ‘writer’ and a Master of Conservation Biology. As a lover of long talks with new acquaintances, Megan found herself invited into the Movies by Minutes family in late 2018. She first guested on Austin Powers Minute and then on Mean Girls Minute. She has become known for her well-timed quips in the MxM community. Feeling welcomed, she claimed Bohemian Rhapsody due to her deep love of films about bands, but has only just ordered a microphone. Stay tuned for her first Podcast of her own to come in 2019.

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