Episode 21 (Movie Dialects)

Cameron Meier

Paul’s guest for October 2019 is his son, Cameron, who serves as vice president of Paul Meier Dialect Services and executive editor of the International Dialects of English Archive (IDEA). But for purposes of this month’s conversation, Cameron is a film critic for The Orlando Weekly, Euclid Media and MeierMovies, in addition to being a member of the Florida Film Critics Circle. Read more about Cameron at MeierMovies.com.

For information about the upcoming New York production of The Glass Menagerie that Paul references, please visit TheGlassMenageriePlay.com and use promo code MENAGERIE for a discount.

The fair-use audio clips you heard in this month’s podcast are as follows: the interview with Tennessee Williams is copyright Dick Cavett and ABC; Pinocchio and Mary Poppins are copyright the Walt Disney Company; How Green Was My Valley is copyright Twentieth Century Fox; Casablanca is copyright Warner Brothers; Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves is copyright Warner Brothers and Morgan Creek Entertainment; The Iron Lady is copyright DJ Films, Film4 and the Weinstein Company; and Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is copyright Columbia Pictures and Hawk Films.