United Patriots Uprising: Former Longtime Actress Morgan Brittany Unfiltered And Unfettered Reminiscing On Hollywood Then & Now

United Patriots UprisingA child star with more than 60 years in the entertainment industry, Morgan takes us back to Hollywood’s patriotic glory days, then brings us up to date chronicling the industry’s Communist-fueled hard-left turn. Speaking about her obsessive star-driven “stage mother” when Suzanne Cupito was a child actress; being figuratively scared to death by Alfred Hitchcock while filming “The Birds;” learning hard but valuable lessons from Lucille Ball on the “Yours, Mine and Ours” movie set; playing Opie’s (Ron Howard) first girlfriend on “The Andy Griffith Show;” reinventing herself as Morgan Brittany as an adult; how trying to kill Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy) three times on the iconic TV series, “Dallas,” carried over into her personal life; why God was her only protector; exposing the “casting couch’s” stark reality; the price she paid for rejecting roles when Hollywood turned against morality; to eventually co-owning, with Ann-Marie Murrell, the conservative website “PolitiChicks,” Morgan is enlightening and entertaining.

Information for this episode guest:
Morgan Brittany: PolitiChicks.com | Twitter: @MorganBrittany4 | Facebook: Morgan Brittany

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2 Responses

    • Gary Binford

      Thank you, Sharon. I had a blast recording Morgan. She had been on my shows four or five times previously pretty much talking about politics. We’ve talked for hours off the air about her career and our lives and we decided to do it on the air. She’s a classy lady, truly a class act!


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