Larry gives a tip of the hat to the late great Roger Moore. Plus a remembrance of the anniversary of The Brooklyn Bridge and Grauman’s Chinese Theater and his time ...
Larry gets in line with all of the dumb husbands for Mother’s Day. And Larry recites the moving Melville poem “Gettysburg.” Then Larry does a loving tribute the classic musical ...
We have our first guest ever — Larry’s son who is about to be deployed overseas! But before that, hear about if Mr. Doorman stole the couch, the movie “Jaws,” ...
Kids don’t understand why adults hold stairs in so much contempt, but Larry explains it. Plus, Larry talks about an audition, his never-ending love of Hollywood and family vacations. Also, ...
New Larry Miller Show designs for gentlemen, ladies and even doggies!
Larry gets a weekend all to himself with the family out of town and has the best time a man can have alone — he does nothing. He also talks about the classic movie, The Blues Brothers. Quote of the week: “Mr. Miller, did you bring enough for everyone?”
Larry does a tribute to the 75th anniversary of The Doolittle Raid and a tip of the hat to the late, great Don Rickles! Plus a glimpse of tax time on the island of Milleronia! Quote of the week: “I would drop my luggage to laugh.”
Larry needs a new car and a ’64 Fury III is not an option. Hear about the jailbird Irwin and the string of dicey used cars he sold Larry’s dad. Then Larry talks about the movie West Side Story and the great poem “The New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus. Plus, tales of a miniature statue […]
Larry talks of his love for The Three Stooges and his son’s recent promotion in the Marines. Plus, a discussion of the classic movie “Lady Eve.” Then, Larry recites a sonnet by James Russell Lowell. Quote of the week: “Wouldn’t it be lavaly.”
Larry talks about the importance of appreciating the fleeting gift of good health. And he does another lap around the basepath, discussing “Pride of the Yankees” again. Plus we have some mountain man toughness, as he recites “A Hero” by Robert William Service. Quote of the week: “So-called huge people are usually idiots.”
Larry has more trepidation about his son going to a St. Patrick’s Day parade than when he was shipped overseas. Plus, some more drunk St. Patrick’s anecdotes — like his friend peeing on the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Then Larry recites the poem “A Dog’s Mistake” by the great Australian bush poet Banjo Paterson, and […]
Larry talks about his least favorite character in WWII documentaries, who happens to be his least favorite person maybe ever. Will you be surprised at who it is? Probably zero chance of that. Then, Larry recites a poem by the great Australian writer Henry Lawson and talks about the classic noir film “The Big Sleep.”
Larry deconstructs a classic Alka Seltzer commercial and celebrates national pancake day at the INTERNATIONAL House of Pancakes! And then he talks about the Elizabeth Taylor epic Cleopatra and recites A Night Thought by William Wordsworth.
One of Larry’s dogs gets skunked and lives to tell the tale. Plus some well-deserved admiration for Jill St. John. And Larry talks about watching World War II shows with his Marine son and celebrating his wife’s birthday.
Larry turn clickbait into podbait and ruminates on his favorite babes from Star Trek! The Larry recites the classic poem “To A Waterfowl” by William Cullen Bryant, then asks and sings about how much is that doggy in the window. Plus, we discuss the Hope and Crosby classic, “The Road To Morocco.” Quote of the […]