Ep. 16 – Christopher & Eric’s True Crime TV Club Serves Up “The 1980’s, The Deadliest Decade: The Cotton Club Murder”

March 14, 2020
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Mountains of cocaine and a sex-party filled seventy room mansion in the Hamptons are just two of the spicy ingredients in this installment of Christopher & Eric’s True Crime TV Club, a sordid stew of drug-fueled conspiracies and ambitions run amok in 1980’s Hollywood. When wildly successful theater producer Roy Raydin tries to make a name for himself in the City of Angels, he crosses paths with a host of wannabes and couldabeens who lead him to the doorstep of usetabe uber-producer Robert Evans, the man behind such films as “Chinatown” and “The Godfather”.  This episode of “The 1980’s, The Deadliest Decade” follows every grisly, twist and turn on the one-way trip from Tinseltown to the bottom of an isolated Los Angeles canyon. Don’t worry. Christopher and Eric will be sitting right next to you for the whole wild and terrifying ride.

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