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Welcome to episode one hundred and thirty two of the General PODCASTS, my guess is week or Jimmy Connors and his son Brett together. They host the advantage Connors podcast and I am pumped to how both of them sitting together and taking a break from. There's in order to do mine this week. Jimmy of course absolute legend. He won eight grand. Slam titles he. He also held the world number one spot for a total of two hundred and sixty eight weeks. He's still has the record for most open era tournament wins ever. Jimmy's got stories for days and Brent ads, the perfect color and perspective as somebody who grew up all around it, so let's get this thing started episode. One hundred and thirty two is coming at you right now. Jimmy bread is so good to have both on the podcast. Jimmy let me start with you. It's been a little while since you got caught up, but you and Brett have busted out with your own podcast. It's called advantage connors. Jimmy at this point in your life. You can do whatever the hell you want. Why did you want to jump into this space? And what are you looking to do with your platform? Jimmy Yeah you know Jimmy. Yeah. Thanks for bringing that up. I, it's I. I've always you know. Kinda wanted to do something and on the radio or You know to to have a voice and talk about tennis and a lot of a lot of. Things that go on over the course of not only my day, but everybody's Day and And bread and I were sitting around I. I guess a bread. Correct me if I'm wrong I think it was during the Australian Open and all of a sudden. He says you know. Why don't we sit down and talk a little bit about you know gambling and which is starting to come into tennis now a little bit and start. Start talking about the Australian, open and the odds. And who do you think's GonNa win? Who's the dark horse? And you know so? We we kind of sat down and talked about it and filmed it a little bit, and and you know came up with You know a pretty good project so You know it's fun. It's fun for me, but To do, but it's more funding. I get to do it with Brad. and. He's on his own down in San in Santa Monica and and you know I don't get to see him as much as I'd like. And this is kind of it brought us together a little bit more and You know so I can see him, and and also you know. Hear his views because you know his time around tennis with you know. His businesses in production and and for tennis and. He watches more tennis than anybody, so he kind of keeps me up the day. When I'm falling behind Brent let me just jump in Brennan. Got Ask you because I want to know what it was like not only growing up with Jimmy Connors. Your Dad but. Your Godfather, because it sounds cool shit, was it? Oh Yeah. I mean definitely cool, you know. I think everybody knows. Those guys are all their antics on the court. And then the personality and the bad boy stuff, but you know to me growing up, he was just dad. He's just just my pops, and that was just uncle nasty. You know I didn't even question why you know. His name was uncle. Nasty I was a little bit older. but yeah man. It's just It was great. I had a privileged childhood growing up around all those guys able to travel the a part of the tour. And have that during my upbringing I think you know it's benefited me and my career, doing stuff and tennis production and you know able to do this with POPs it's been really cool. Just because you know. He's got the the old school on lockdown. And you know he knows all the old players, and the old styles and everything, and and I'm able to kind of. Bring the bring the new school in a little bit of what's going on today and I think it's a good mix. Let's not love this Jimmy. I want I don't want this. Don Loses point because I think that when you what you said about Brad I, get this because I've got a couple of teenage sons right now and I literally can't wait until they're old enough for me to throw back a couple with them because I. Know It's going to be a great time now. The bread is a little bit older. What's it like to hang with him and then to collaborate on a project like this with your son? Hang on. I'm learning things you know I'm I've been kind of away for a while. Jim, and and you know to to get back into it and. You know get the feel of You know really a ten, not not only just tennis, but you know the way things really are and and I I've kind of kept mostly to myself over the last number of years and and have enjoyed that, but you know hanging with Brat and you know I. I'm not afraid to say it. Brett's forty, and you know time of. Hey, that's okay, you know. Time has passed. Quickly and For me I look back and You know I was traveling awful lot while he was growing up, and even though my family was able to come with me quite a bit I certainly did miss a little bit along the way and and So you know catching up and and figuring a lot of things out you know from now from then till now has been great, but you know Brett is He's modern. Day and in in more things than just tennis, and and You know to to sit down and into talk with him, and and to get his views and you know, get a different perspective in a in a different understanding of you know the way things are, and so as you know, it's good for me because he keeps me up to date and you. You know keeps my mind sharp, and you know with being under quarantine. That's a that's been an important thing to try to find a way to keep busy, and he certainly has kept me busy. You know bread I can I can just tell the affinity in the love and the respect that you guys have each other. It's very obvious like Brett one of my favorite topics is this? Notion of nature versus nurture like you said you had kind of privileged upbringing pops came up gritty e Saint Louis. I'm Kinda curious like your dad. Jimmy was running on some crazy rocket fuel his whole career like. If you could bottle that stuff, it'd be the best thing ever. Jimmy was so fierce. I'm kind of curious. Do you think that's nature or nurture for instance? When you came out, you hard wired the same way. How much of that bread is environment and culture like? Do you have that same fire on your good that he did? Yeah I mean I definitely think I have some of it in me I'm super competitive with anything I do I. Mean I grew up playing off and some tennis when I was younger. But I, I think I'd have to say. Maybe it's a little more I. Don't you know what I mean? I think as being around him and. Absorbing, you know his way of attacking things and looking at things and the way you know how hard he worked and hardly practiced. Train with them when you know when he was in the off season I go run these hills with them when I was, you know nine ten eleven years old, making halfway up the hill, and he just keeps going leaves it does. You know I think it's a little bit of both, but you know I think I picked up a lot of it just from being around him, so much traveled a lot with them probably a lot more than most kids, my age or able to, and you know I think some of definitely rubbed off. Jimi you of course one hundred nine ATP events eight Grand Slams you a top ranked player in the world, but you've been really clear about this that the best weeks of your entire career involved a tournament that you didn't win. Of course that was ninety one US Open for those who do not know or remember the extraordinary circumstances Jimmy of those two weeks. Why were the most memorable of your career? I think most of the one thing that that really stands out from those two weeks. Jim is is is the noise that the crowd made? and and that's that's what I. wanted my whole career that the fans would. Would get into it like that like a hockey game or a baseball game or a football game or a basketball game, and just you know really really lose it, and and and get involved and feel like they were down there playing and you know I I played for over twenty years on the tour, and and even though I was striving to to to try to get that throughout the course of those years, I never really figured that I had found it in until those two weeks because the noise there was deafening. And you know whether they. Liked me they didn't like me. They wanted me to retire. They wanted me to stay around. The idea was that they were there and that they were they. They could identify with a guy that that truly loved what he did, and had the passion for it. Every time he walked out on the court in was not afraid to show that. and and that I think that caught on to the point where you know after after so many years that. Of leaving my DNA out on that court and and you know and you. Mind with that JAM is in New York you leave your DNA there. They like that you know Wimbledon. They ask you to clean it up. Yeah you know, and but the New York crowd in what they gave me and and the. The the noise and the feeling of of of of welcome that that they had given me because I had missed it the year before I had reconstructive surgery and didn't know if I was GONNA play. ever play tennis again and and the welcome that they gave me back and then the the way they got behind me and pushed me. Because let's face it. I mean I should have been out in the first round. You know if if it wasn't for that crowd, and and you know all along the way you know. They pushed me in the harder. They pushed me. The more I wanted to play for them, so it was. It was beyond a perfect match. You know throughout the course of my career, but those two weeks was. You know was perfection or speaking of the surgery Jimmy. You may remember this. I'm sure you do breath. I don't know if you know this story, but I think as somebody in the media business bread I think maybe you'll related this on the way up when I was I was in Santa Barbara because I went to UC Santa Barbara and Jimmy. I'm sure that's not who I was because I was a young reporter on. On the way up, but we actually had a mutual friend. If you can believe this, and that mutual friend was a guy named Dr Rich Shamburg and he was the one that did the surgery on Jimmy's wrist, and the reason I knew him was I knew another guy named Kim Olson, did I used to play tennis with because I played tennis in high school in the Valley Brett, so we used to go to. Some of the mansions in Montecito, because my Guy Olson owned insurance company, and he tried to hustle business, so we would get on these courts with these rich guys as you guys know. Sports is the great equalizer, right? These rich guys sucked and none of them can play a lick. We used to tank all these matches, Jimmy so, my guy could get business, but he would never get any business and we'd get our asses kicked on. Like what are we doing here? It's the biggest waste of time and Mike I would say to me. Hey Man shut your mouth. We'll go to Harrys Plaza cafe. We'll get a couple of bloodies all pay for it. And this went on and on and on, and we never got anywhere. Point of the story is the DOC says to me one day, guys. He says Jim you know I did. Jimmy Surgery Doc. He's kind of laid back and quiet on. Michael you kidding you did this was because there was no social media. This wasn't news and Jimmy. You're very private and I said. That's amazing. He says to me. Would you like to interview him on Mike Yeah Yeah? That'd be great. You think he would do it. He was I think he would meet us at Santa Barbara City. City College on the track. He's working Jimmy's wargin. So we did the interview. I mean like fun fact, my goal with this nowhere other than to say Jimmy. That's how you and I met initially, but that was he did your surgery. HOW THE DOC! The DOC said you'll one point Jim. I I need to have a conversation with you. What was the conversation with DOC Sheinberg? Yeah I mean you you. You mentioned that storage I remember that story well and and You know going You know after I. Did that I I've been through a year of just nothing and I couldn't play. My wrist was bad. I would sporadically go out and try to play a tournament and. You Know I. Just you know I wasn't myself so if I, wasn't myself. I didn't really WANNA play. As I, wouldn't try to an event in Europe and and got hammered and got on a plane and came back and I. I remember calling doc and I said Jesus doc I, said you know just just not working out. He says he says you're you're you're back home and I said Yeah. I'm back home. He says you're seeing me tomorrow at nine o'clock. And I said doc I just got home. He says you're finished. If you don't come in you, you. You can't play. I said you're not you're you don't want to go play like that. You're not you're yourself. You're not playing up your own expectations. So, I went in and and and he went in and I went in to see him. He went in my wrist and You know tried to find out what was wrong and and I. I was awake while it well. The whole thing went on. Jim I mean it was an incredible thing and. Talking to him, and and after after about an hour and twenty five minutes, he says I got a close up now. You can't you can't your I'm can't be like this for any longer. He closed up and he and I. I'll never forget the words he said. He says it says either GONNA. GonNa work for for the rest of your life, or you'll be done in five minutes. And, you know that's that was a little. Little heavy. Yeah, yeah, and you know, but it was right so I, mean I. I went home and and was depressed You know it was down. I mean every everybody else out training and playing tennis and you know which was my job, which is what I wanted to do and you know so. I really didn't You know didn't figure out anything for for weeks. and. Until until dot dot finally knocked on my door because I know he'd been talking to my wife, Patti, and and just you came in, and he says this is unacceptable. You says get up, get out, and he says because at this works I'm not going to you know. Go in and take a chance on. You know doing all this having to be successful and you'd be out of shape. So you know I got up and you know. We went over and he started training with me. and. Got Me up every day and and you know work the into it, and you know the more, the more I did it. The better shape I got into the more. My mind got right and until. He finally you know, told me after I. Think it was like eight or nine weeks. He says he says I'm. GonNa Change Your cast and he says I want you to go hit on a backboard. You know or have or have bret an Aubrey. Throw your balls like you know. When when I first began as a beginner, and and and that's the way I got back into. It it was. It was an incredible experience. I mean do what I want to go through it again. No 'cause I waste of the year and everything else that that I had to go through to do that, but the the experience to get me through there, I knew then just how precious that time was. You know that to give up a year especially at that age I was in my late thirties thirty eight something like that then to have to give up a year then. You know was. Was A was a total waste and and and to be able to go out and play again I. I was not going to let that go by if if I was able to play and and From the very first day, the I'll be out there. I said my mind got straight, and I had one goal, and that goal was that if I could go play was to to to make a make some moisture, some noise at the US Open and you know. I played the French had some success played Wimbledon success, but you know once I got to the US Open. I felt if you know if I could win a mattress so i. I get stuck in the tournament. Maybe I could make a little noise and a little noise came my way, which was which was pretty good. It's amazing Jimmy. The thing I'm struck by with that story is at that age at thirty eight. Given what you've already accomplished. You didn't need to do that. You didn't need to put yourself out there. You go through the pain, the Rehab the surgery, but then again. That's always been your entire life solaire. Did exactly I was GONNA go there. Answer that for me. Why did you have to do that? Well I I didn't want to be told to go. You know if I was going to leave I had to go out on my own terms, and and know that that I did everything I could to to get back into to try to be what I thought I could be. and and if I wouldn't have had that surgery, and I just accepted that you know, and and kind of just kind of gone away with a whimper You know that wasn't my style. I was going go. I had to go. You know trying everything to to get back and and You know once Once I hit. That I ball once I played that my first match, coming back and I got hammered. You knows no, no, it wasn't a problem. I wasn't there to. You know to win. I was there to experiment You know to to figure out if if I kept going and got a little stronger and what I had to do to. You know to make the risk better. You know I I was willing to try anything in in at thirty eight. You know you look at that and you say you know you're not. And and you know I I live. My life played my tennis being nuts. And there was no time to stop now because you know, my time was running out anyway and to have one last shot. You know it. I'll I'll never forget you know when I when I got through. One of those matches my friend Stasi was watching and he he came up afterwards and he says he and it's. Been told many times, but he told me he says you got what everybody else wants Jimmy. And I didn't know what he meant. But. You've got one more chance. And and and you know I said. You know what he's saying that you know. How how do I? How do I? Step around that and say well. It's you know. Give Up. No, there was no no give up. Then then it was just let everything out, and you know hope for the best and never give up. Your whole thing was if it takes five hours seven hours ten hours, I'm not leaving this court until they drag me off the court so all this work Jimmy and you set it up because you want to make some noise in. In New York and you go to the US, open and hilarious in a way you drop Patrick. McEnroe in the first round given your history and rivalry with John that was kind of curious, but then all of a sudden Jimmy again you're the epitome of not dead can't quit, but then you suddenly down two sets to none to love two sets down three love in the third. What are you thinking in that moment I know you've never given up on anything. But truthfully. What were you thinking in that moment? You know. Things happened so quick. you know I I said all I need 'cause. I wasn't playing bad tennis. I was playing some pretty damn good tennis and and. At that time just getting beaten. And so I figured that you know one one something has got to happen here to change this whole the whole momentum whether it was. You know shot or a fan or a call or you know something was going to have to switch some of the momentum, and and you know to be honest with you. I wish I could remember. Go back and figure out what that was because I. Don't remember, but you know all the sudden. You know my my whole mindset, my whole attitude, my whole game changed. because it had to because you know being down that far I, mean it. was you know in doing what I was doing was not GonNa win that match. So once my you know, my game changed I became more aggressive. I became more confident in my shots I became. I became what I always was It's it seems Kinda crazy to say that, but but I finally found that feeling of what it was like to be me. and You know that you know if that wants that caught on then then I felt that just staying there and keep Ryan and you know I I made a living off of being grinder, and and you know got into it and got stuck into it, and I got more confidence. You know. Patrick might have felt a little bit of the pressure coming his way and. You know I ended up. Know coming out on top six, four, hundred fast, but yeah I. Mean it was a it was a story beginning to to Alaska had run, which led to the most amazing two weeks of your career like bread Jimmy. You and your mom and your sister home. You guys were not there for that, so you're at home. Are you watching this? What were you thinking pops was down two sets to love three Oh. Yeah I mean I definitely was watching Yeah, he'd send his home the week before Roy. Interesting story you. Got a second, please he. He played the Hamlet Cup, which was a tournament that that happened a couple of weeks before the US, open, you know one of the prelims, anyone. A couple round I can't remember what round it was, but he. I think he drew Stefan Edberg, and like the quarters something like the quarters i. think that's right up. He's upset and maybe even up a set and a break, and then all of a sudden. Stops doing what he's been doing the whole match. And I'm like I'm looking at the hill. You know what's going on, you know you know. He's been dominating Edberg the top two or three player at the time. And he ended up losing in three sets, and then we're driving back in the in the limo back to the city to New York. And I'm like what happened. You know like you had a suburb. Semi at us, and he's just sitting there. Almost with this kind of calm look on his face now like Kinda, just telling me like it's okay. It's all good you know, and now that I look back what he was doing. He was testing his game. You know he was up a set and a break on the top three player. You know in in I think what he wanted to do is make sure his game was okay. You know and then he didn't WanNa waste all the energy by making another round or making. Send me the finals. You know. He was saving himself the US. Open you know so much his. Year and a half before that had been focused on the US Open. And, so he figured he'd had his know. Game was an order. You know if you can get up the set and a break on the top three player. Then you know he's definitely ready to play the US. Open. So that always sticks out in my mind that you know two weeks before you know he was already thinking about. You know this first found the panel. A great story because Jim you never. That's the thing I mean like any other great athlete. You'RE GONNA. Go out there and get hammered sometimes, but you were never not prepared i. mean never ever not prepared. And I talked to Kurt Warner earlier today on my radio program and I think both you guys could really relate to this Jimmy especially you. Kurt was talking about. About how he's loved, he loved the film work. He loved the mental game. He loved to think his way through a game and I know you love to think your way through around around a match in a figure it out. If I were to ask you Jimmy what was your strongest tool then? Was it your game? Was it your mind or was it your heart? yeah. Right yeah, I I feel that you know. The intangibles are one thing that you know especially in tennis. Don't get enough credit. If you look at the game you go out there. Everybody plays great tennis. They hit the ball well, and and but it's it's Those who have you know the the will the strong mind and the heart the guts and you know and You know to to understand what it's like. When you get in a situation, you know how to handle it out to go about it. You know. Don't waste your energy. Don't waste your time. You know everything is done for a purpose and You know you asked me what was good. Certainly you know to to win tennis matches and especially Grand Slam tournaments which are two weeks so. You know playing three out of five sets. You've gotta be doing everything well, playing the game and and being a good mental state, but. If you, if you leave out that that that intestinal fortitude, you know what you have inside that That can never be let out left left off the table because you know when you got somebody who's got. That is willing to go out there and stay in play five six hours with you. No matter what you know, that wears on the other guy as much as it's wearing on, you know what would wear on me, and and but I was prepared for it. And, you know to you know I hate to give you a flip answer that yeah was all three, but you know to. You know especially at at you know getting later on in life and missing a you know in my career and and missing a year before you know I. I had to to adjust. To go into that tournament if I was going to. Stay in play into the second week and I did a few things very well and and was able to bide my time well on the courts I became more aggressive, and and didn't stay so much on the baseline, so I tried to get into the net a little bit more. But but What I had inside. I wish I. I wish I still had that in a lot of things I missed that. and and and I WANNA. You know I I I love the rocky movies. Jim and you know anything to do with sports, but there was one line. Into last rocky. and and he was gonNA. Just go in and I. Remember Him saying he says. Sometimes I. Just can't breeze. At, because because it's down there, because you never really get get that out of your system. You know and and to to you because you missed the training and you missed the travel you the matches you miss the glory. You missed the you know the getting hammered. You know till you missile that you know it in sometimes in in unless you are lucky and and I have been very lucky because I was able to to play, you know until I was fifty, so I got it all out of my system, but if I wouldn't have been able to come back and play after that rich wrist surgery I would have had that in me. That that I. I can't breathe because I wouldn't have gotten it out of my system. And I'll never you know I? I go back to that line because it's true I and and To have that in a movie, because you usually wouldn't hear that from somebody unless they were one of the guys out there doing the grind in playing and being one of the players, but it was in a movie, and I've never heard anybody else say at that way, but but I could identify with that because it's a you know walking away from something that you put your you know your, put your whole life into and and your whole being to try to be the best at something, and all the sudden it comes to an end, and and you know sometimes that's tough to take and a lot of a lot of these young athletes today. I hope they understand that you know this could be over in the blink of an eye also. That things happen and and You know so appreciate every day, and in work at it every day and give it your best every day. Because when it's over, it's over and There's no there's no going back and say I wish I could take that again. So, You have to live with that and and my my My what if I don't have one? What if and that and that's a pretty good for my mental state lots amazing. What a powerful message! So Brett ultimately picked Gulf over tennis. So what was it like playing golf? With Your Dad on the way up, and what was it like the first time you beat him on the golf course? Yeah I mean I played tennis till I was about thirteen, fourteen and I tried to play both sports for you're in high school and it was too much. So I? I was definitely better at Golf. I went with the golf and You know. He took me every day. Pick me up from school. You know once you know once. He was little once he was done on tour and we'd go hit balls and then play nine holes before dinner. You know and he would always beat me. beat me. beat me and. I can't remember how old I was. Maybe you know fourteen something like that. You know and I finally beat him and. You know part of me was excited. The part of me was almost like you know Oh you know. What I beat them all now isn't gonNA. Kill saggy or something like that and you know. I looked over and you know he was more proud of my accomplishment than I. was you know so? That just seemed like something that you know wasn't still from him from his mom. I think. She was probably similar when she taught him tennis and Kind of had the same story with him when he her the first time. It didn't take him long to be a he's. He's a little modest gem. It didn't take him long. He's you know. He learned right from the very beginning and you know took took the lessons and you know had had everything from the basics down. And learned it the right way and there's there's no substitute for that You know it was like you know. Be With the tennis you know I. I got the good basics early. And then you go on and spread your wings wings, and do other you know and move on and try to become better, and that's exactly what he did, and and You know all through high school. He got nothing but better, and and it was. was. Fun. You know when he'd take me along with him. Saying you know come on out, play with me once in a while dad, and then you know was kind of fun for him to still you know, tag me along and get in the games, but he. He had a good game from the beginning, but you know he also You know had had talent in tennis, too. You know he was a good athlete he was. A good basketball player, and you know, play tennis, play, Golf, and a good athlete, and and you know when when he didn't pick tennis that that wasn't a problem for me because I wasn't going to force him into that. You know it's a you know as as a tough enough game. You know he didn't have to live up to. You. Know what what what he would think. My expectations were of in, but even more important. You know the the world's expectations of email that would that would be unfair. You know so. When he went to Golf, I was actually Kinda happy about that in in in proud of him for picking his own way. I I think that bothered me a lot more when I was younger, the tennis aspect and trying to live up to his name, and that probably helps kind of push me into the Gulf War. You Know Kinda gave me. My own thing. To have is mine and. I look back at the time. You know those early days where we're both learning how to play it. You know some of the fun time in my life, just because you know spending hours at the quarters trying this and videotaping each other swing and going home, you know watching it on slow mo on the old. Records and Stuff like that was great i. mean you want your own guy to be sure and I know you're proud of your dad. Obviously, but I I remember even like growing up southern California and you know that that's a hotbed for tennis. I remember the junior tournaments. I can only imagine obviously the Bozize that must have been on your back. His Jimmy Connors kid coming up in the ranks, right playing junior tennis i. mean you probably ensure away from probably went after it, but that will wear you down. Wear anybody down. Yeah I. Mean I think you know I? Think when I was younger, I was a little too sensitive to it. You know almost where I would put too much pressure on myself and get to someone. beat me. I'd be like you know you didn't beat. You didn't eat my dad awesome, beat me! I Shit compared to anything compared to him. But you know I think it frustrated me earlier but I still use that. Competitive Drive, and and everything that he instilled in me. You know as a kid growing up in my golf game and played throughout high school, and I played a played a little bit in college and. Try and still get out there and hustle the old man once in a while to. Get over does that work? I don't know you know you gotta ask him. What his Andy CAPP is from day to day. It seems to fluctuate. It's got to play against too many Bantus out here. Right right, you guys, you guys hit Sam Piper. What are you planning these days, Jim? Yeah I mean the The courses are open up here. the Montecito Country Club is is not open and and the gentleman that owns that club also and Sandpiper in Rancho San Marco, so the those courses aren't open, but number of the other courses are open now, so we get out, get out and I play. You know try to play a day maybe two week if I can which is good, but you know I I enjoy the golf Jim it's a it's A. It's a good replacement. But it's it's not tennis. You know to me I, mean I! It's I, mean my heart, my love. My everything is still to that game and into. You know and and you know. Somebody asked me the other day says do you miss it and you know I? My only answer to that is every day. I Miss I miss everything about it I missed the traveling this the practice I missed the training. You know most of all I missed the matches, but you know time has certainly caught up with me many years ago, but but it's It's just that feeling of of of still thinking that that hey, give me half a shot and let me go out and try it again. You know that that this kind of fun to to to think about or talk about once in a while, but I, certainly don't harp on it, you know my past is my past and. I loved it and I lived in in. every day that I played it but you know it is my past and I have you know have such a great family? And and you know my life now is You know every Sunday I told my. Telling my my family, my mom and my grandma, and my GRANDPA and my dad, I I, thank them for this life. They've given me and and I'm so I'm such a such a lucky guy. Such lucky guy. It's so amazing. Jimmy whenever I talk. Athletes about woody miss most inevitably, though say the Camaraderie, the Camaraderie, the Fellas, but these guys from team sports. is so different like I'm really curious for instance like in that fourth round of the open. You played Aaron Krickstein another famous famous famous match? You guys were good friends. You guys. We're tight, but the world's different I'm curious when you watched the last dance with Jordan, and you could see that this guy did not want to connect with or Fratton is with the opposition. He wanted to rip their throats out. This is the way it was when you played. Played in the such amazing rivalries, but that's not say that your friends. I mean you were tight with Vitas you retired witnessed Taza humor France. How did you approach that? Could you fraternize with those guys or was it all business all the time? Know wasn't all this all the time I mean. It was when when it was on the court. It certainly was you know and and you know I I'll tell you the story of of. He was such. Such my best friend from from day one. He really took me under his wing and and We were under the same manager. Bill reardon at the time and so he took me and and and really showed me the ropes at a young age. You know a good ropes and bad roads, and which was fun, but but I. I don't know I I. Think I WANNA. Say Ten Times that we played. He beat me. And the reason being was because. I was too good friend, or he was too good a friend to me. You know an and at that time I was young and I couldn't separate the two he could I couldn't. You know so I remember one going home and I just lost in the stars, and my mom said you know you better beat him, or you're going GONNA lose him as a friend. You know because he's GonNa. Lose respect for you, and and that was that that got into my head so quick that that said you know you're right. And and from that time on I think we became better friends. You know when I. When I started beating. but but I say that. Only, because from that point on you know once. I walked onto the court. It was all business. I could I could let loose a little bit after the you know to get away from it and all that, but when I. When I was in it I was in and out in and I wasn't going to. Alber screw up and and even though I did a few times, I couldn't afford to be. Too many people invested too much in me. My mom my, grandma my. GRANDPA my dad. Pancho Segura my wife Patti my two kids. I I couldn't I couldn't afford to screw up to the point of of never giving it my all because you know, they didn't invest the money. It wasn't the money. You know it was the you know the love and the care, and and you know the the allowance to me and go into to take care of my business. and and so yeah, once once I walked onto that court. You know I. I was a different guy. There's no doubt about it and and you know I I like that I love that attitude in me, and and I miss that because I'm older now and I. Don't have that release and so I. Don't have that but I I certainly missed that every day. I mean Jimmy was so much more than money. They invested your your mom. Your grandma, your father, your GRANDPA, the invented. They invested so much more than just money. Their life, right life I'm new move to southern California to train with the right coach and went to Ucla. You are national championship as a freshman like you mentioned your mom. Your mom famously taught you to play. She taught Brett to play like what was your mom like? Well, have you she? You know she was you know the. She handled me my whole career. Really and so you know she was You know a woman dealing with men in a in a in a man's game. You know to. You know to deal in back then. That was pretty unacceptable. You know so you know she? She was beyond gentle beyond kind. but at the same time she was tough. But she knew when to be tough. and I don't mean just on on me and and playing tennis I, mean in you know in everyday life I mean you know. She was not want she. She was five foot at the best one hundred and five pounds at best, but you know she wasn't. GonNa take anything from anybody. And you know from from my standpoint I think I learned an awful lot just watching her. You know the way. She handled her students when she would teach him The way. She dealt with people the way you know. She was around the game of tennis and then the way she was when she wasn't around the game of tennis, and so she and and my grandmother. You all of them, my grandfather, my dad, you know what I picked up from from. All of them was was instilled in me. And and You know to to say that that that just to say well, you know. My mom was tough. She was a stage door, mom, she was none of that or she was all of that. You know it's just it's a matter of how you looked at it and. And and felt about it, but I'm am going to say this gym that she was from me one hundred and ten percent. You know no matter what you know that that that that she was for me, and and once I got out there and and was was having a chance to make it. She let that be known. And people didn't like that. You know they they didn't want to hear that. You know that that she was so far me like that, so you know she got the well. She never made it, so it's more important for son to make it now. She was none of that. She made it on her own, but but she instilled in me. You know the the what that what she meant to me that loyalty that that she had towards me was something that was you know you could never get in between fascinated by that I? Want to ask you about the podcast and one second just one quick follow and believe me guys. I could do this all day long. I'm going to wrap it up. Up So I don't do this all day long, but Jimmy I guess in a sense like I totally accept that and believe that embrace that she was not living vicariously through you. She had a life your extremely important to her, and she gave you everything she had. I wonder it must have been hard for her to watch you play. Did you finally get a sense of what it must have been like for her? When you yourself started to coach? She called me more every day when I was coaching with with Andy. You know what what you're telling him. Now I think if you did this telling you. That would help you know Did you think this? Maybe we should? I'll call you later. You know I mean it, was she? She was as involved. From a distance as she could be and and Andy success that he had along the way when we were together. She loved it. She she kinda live through that a little bit because she. She has gotten housebound, so she got to. You know to to know what it was like to almost you to. Be Their only on the television again and and she was, she was so happy because. Two people in the World Jim that that love tennis. Was My mom and Pancho Segura. They would watch tennis nonstop. They would talk tennis nonstop and anytime you give them a chance. They'd been earier on it and and that was You know I knew. then. What was what it was like when she watched me because when I was coaching, Andy I want I think I was in the stands wanting wanting him to win more than he wanted to win share and it was just that was in that was my nature, and and and he made me proud so many times it was It was a fun couple of years. We had I can hear it. It in the family, the whole family thread the thing I like about you guys and I've never spoken to your mother. I never met your mother, but you could tell it just missing a sound, and not we flip, but it's a no haters zone you guys are. There's nothing weird you guys are it's it's pure unadulterated love. You're pulling for each other. Nobody's better than the other is his family. This is. Is Blood like an brings me back to the original thing that you get to do this project together like bread. I think probably it's not a big deal to you because you grew up with your in the business. It's always been like this, but the fact that you guys pulled Mike Tyson as your first guest is something I've done this for thirty years. This is not an easy guy to get to. To this is not an easy gotta turnaround, and he's certainly and I've had my moments with Mike some good and some terrifying. He's not the easiest guy to be with. Either when you get good Mike, it's it's amazing. Mike is like the most charismatic guy but Mike's not in the best way. Look the hell out Brett. What was it like to be with an interview Mike for your first on the podcast. Yeah it was. It was pretty ethics dude, I mean. I've always been a fan loved the guy you know growing up watching him play and in the fight. You know and the CNN kind of have some troubles in life, and then pick themselves back up in You know seeing them build themselves the way. The way is now. He's you know he's backed up on top almost It was a little intimidating. At first you know 'cause you. You know the first time I've interviewed anybody. That was you know. I've done some stuff and my job, but never you never with real hard hitting questions you know usually it's more soft fluff in you know week. We little softballs that you. You know you love the Guy, but you know he was open to anything I mean you know ten or fifteen minutes into the end of the interview? He was tearing up. And you know we're talking about family and ego, and just you know he might be one of the most interesting guys in the world, but it was. It was awesome. I mean Jimmy you're as a world class athlete Jimmy. You know what makes take what makes guys go. How Eager Jimmy you to sit down with Mike, and how'd that go for you? Have you? Brought up the storage, and I was playing tennis in Europe and he was fighting, and and they, they tape the the fight for me, so that I could instead of staying up until two or three in the morning to that I could could get up the next day and watch it I mean you know He. He's the kind of guy you know for me. I mean I love Dali I love Frazier and you know Sugar Ray Leonard, and Tommy hearns and you know Marvin. Hagler I to see so. Many of the greats fight over the course of the years. But Tyson was was a different breed, a different character He walked in the the ring. He you know he had You know shorts on shoes on. Yeta torn towel over his neck, and he and he was no frills, he just he just wanted to get down to business, and and I love that you know he I asked him. I said Do you study? Study you know because I never really studied my opponents I. Just took my game out there. You know if that work that was good or try to adjust, but he said I study. You know before I walk out there as I'm walking out, I'm looking at one last thing always so I know exactly what? I'm GonNa, do you know and and to hear that from? You know from the champ you know. And you walk in and you're. You're expecting. You know somebody that's you know six six, and to sixty or whatever he's not. He's five ten five eleven, but you know he's a truck you use. The tank is just GonNa come at you and just give you everything that he has. You know from from the minute that bell rings you know that that to me I mean that's that's. That's my Kinda Guy. You know that the. Dahl in tennis and and You Know Tyson boxing where you go out there and you're going to have to bury the guy to to get him off there. And and he was, he was fun to watch man, but the to talk to him and bread set it right. He has one interesting guy, and and You know to to to picked himself up and you know and got back in the game like he has and and become. You know just as a problem just as popular if not more than than he was back then she's you know what a story that is, and you know nothing but the best one Jimmy One last opera I want you. You to make sure that everybody knows how to find the podcast and where to find you guys on social. I'M GONNA. Ask you that one second Brett Jimmy to your point about Mike saying when you ask them, did you study? How did you prepare? I can remember that era very clearly and Mike Jimmy had so. Many guys beaten before they step through the ropes because he was so terrifying and he was so intimidating. Tennis is so unusual. Jimmy like, did you? Could you win matches in the locker room before you took the court? Were you able to kind of intimidate guys getting their heads before you even played them, but it was unintentional Jim. Yeah, come on, come on. Me Doing. Awesome, anyway but. You know that that wasn't allowed in tennis. Come off, so we're tight shorts. Shoes. You know you know tennis golf. Tennis Change Jim Tennis changed in the seventies and the eighties. It went, it went from a country club sport and you know. Every everybody Love the game. You know she seems to just WanNa. Be a part of it. They you know we we were losing. You know the Real Sports Fan you. We playing in front of five thousand people was great. Great Fans and all that, but you know we needed the hockey fans, and and I've talked about this many times to to build Tennessee to where it has become now and and they. The those fans weren't gonNA put up guys hitting tennis balls. You know and granted we were you know we were the wild west back then there were no rules really, and and did we step over the line? Sure we did, but you know it was. But we had to you know we. We had to to to try to get the tennis on a different level. in and the guys that that I came up with and the way they handled, andled it, and you know the charisma and the characters, and the excitement that the that they all brought to the game and their own way. forget just the tennis, but even you know just just as much vitas off the court. Life was just as important as the way he played tennis. And that and that's and that's what sold. That's what was selling. You know not just Tennessee. You know you wanted to know. Where did he go to studio fifty four after the? Five, hundred match at the US Open. People wanted to know that because we were real people, we were real. We were them, you know. Down on the court you know playing for them. That's an and I. think that's what a what caught on for tennis in the seventies and eighties that that that they that they felt like they were off down there, playing and You know what a fit. Illinois. Now any man get it out of the country club. Give us some personality. Give us some rivalries. It was so awesome like I got tired of asking the question of like. What do we do how we get that back? Is it technology? Do Guys had played the Jack? Kramer's and go back to the wooden rackets is just too much. Serve Volley. Point survived point. Where's the personality, Jimmy? What was it like? Dat vetus with you in that run at the US Open Ninety one well I. You know. He was a good outlet for me because he was doing the TV. so I had a. you know I'll always felt that. I had a friend up there booth and I talk. Even though I wasn't getting an answer back, but I you know Kinda quit. Say a few little quips to him and and you know. Kinda relieve a little bit of the tension. You know you know to to go through that and and you know it's Vitas traveled with me for a couple years even before that US Open and Europe we play doubles at the French together and then after that he played the senior tour. With me for a couple of years and before his passing, and I mean he was, he was the the ultimate for me anyway, he was the ultimate. Not only player, but but for for the cocktail parties in in the pro ams and. His his what writer? He was the guy, right. There was nobody better I mean he he would walk in and he'd. He'd be a part of everything right away. and he was I I miss him every day. It's it's funny. I mean I say that about a lot of people, but but his personality, and in in what he brought the tennis and then everything else that. Did he got around was was pretty special. You brought one thought about Vitas like it's easy to get caught up in him. Being the guy in the look and the hair bright, he could play now like Vitas set-asides number four right in the world. He could play. Yeah he he won well butter you. You'd know more than I, but he he wanted. He I want. Australia was in the finals of the French is in the finals. The Open Semifinals Wimbledon. Davis Cup. I mean he's. He's had a a hall of fame career, and he's not in the hall of fame. Come on! A lot of guys in there with a lot less you know that are that are in the hall of fame that and and not to have vitas in there's It is a sin. It Brett I normally. Don't keep guys this long and you guys are now in this game. So you know how this goes, but that's how much fun that wasn't i. so appreciate it bred. People WanNA find podcast. Where do they go to find it? And if they WANNA find you guys on social where they go to find you guys on social? Yeah! We're available on all the major off cast platforms podcast spotify Google podcasts Yeah on twitter. You can follow us at a DVD connors and instagram. All you can spell it all out at advantage, connors and we have a youtube channel advantage connors, so you can follow us with all their and check out the podcast and give us some feedback. We'd love to hear from I. Love that. So, how is your photography business? It's good man. It's tough right now. Just not being able to travel and do so much, but you know I I still get out there. You know I love love. Taking pictures in door I got thrown. AIRFLI- that around? I can get a chance and you know it's fun I love doing it. It's and if I could make a little money on the side you WANNA to. Blast Jimmy. That was so fun I again. I didn't mean take so much time. It was so great to get caught up to meet Britain have him on the program, Jimmy. That was so much fun print. Appreciate you, too. That was great. Thanks, guys! Thanks, thank you. My thanks to the Connors Jimmy and Brett, both what amazing conversation that was that was an absolute blast, and make sure you find their podcast advantage connors wherever you get your podcasts. Hit them up on twitter. Let them know what you thought. What you just heard I'm back next week with another episode like I. Always Am so make sure you get subscribed right now until then here or your coveted voicemails I. Miss Eight. Thirty three years old African American male, he gets together with small, but as long beach where he was one of the only black person there they get together, and they had a brunch last year, and to make a long story short, the homeowner had to take off for a minute and my dad. He goes into the backyard to pick a lemon off of his friends, and I'm intrigued and his neighbor season. She calls the cops. They cordoned off the block and Yeltsin, my father, a megaphone to come out with his hands up. He's on the ground, handcuffed the neighbor. The homeowner sees a block away comes out. Police know what's going on, and they let him go. This is not nineteen, sixty, nineteen seventy. This is last year blows me away around. That's just kind of a sense as to what we have going on. Appreciate doing this show man this a great. We need to talk about these issues. Thank you. Massive saved next message Romi. Might. Have you know and you just want? Let you have me and the FELLAS. We're going to go out made it to not. Some cat I join daily going to be with US I mean you're gonNA, call multi and get some cash. Set up in here. You know what I mean like any ice. You know the number you may ring. Eight. Message deleted next message Trim Rome. This is Jim from Ohio. I'm laughing my fucking. What she did to Fabien Territory Larry. It was the best yet you've done I'm crying. I'm dying Dude I love it. I'm glad you can make me laugh during the pandemic. Keep up the good work for other. Message saved next message Jimmy Johnny in Texas. What's going on? Am pre-state the show today? Thanks for hitting that topic I'm totally on board and any clone doesn't WanNa, follow you because they don't like you. Have Marines social issues? Sia, don't let the door hit you in the ASS. Peace I'm out, brother. Massive saved next message Romaine just. Hey Brock congratulations on having I mac off from a video, but you said offense. You said you're going to be watching that thing from your hot tub. Favor staying tub. It don't make that phone call that day. In fact, the. Bra I WANNA be hearing from is fake ship introducing once again? Joe Paul Mary hotdog take a May come home. Message Deleted Next Message Jim Twenty one year listener to show I live in Kansas City Missouri and I. Just want to thank you for the show you've done today. I think it's actually the most important show done I know you say that you're a sports. Talk show host, but you have a big microphone and I think you're a very intelligent and FIFA person, and with intelligence, and the microphone carries a big responsibility, and you've carried out that responsibility very well. I've never called you show that I felt so strongly about this I was compelled to call. Thank you very much. MASSIVE SAVED NEXT MESSAGE HEY JIM ROME! My name is Tina I live in Lamesa where the riots happened and I'm telling you, they're small businesses. Crying in freaking out because businesses were looted and vandalized. It's ridiculous. Something's gotTa Change in Nineteen Ninety two. If they would have prosecuted those that be Rodney King that was live on the air for the world to see. Would've been different now. Thank you, I'm out! SAVED NEXT MESSAGE JIM FOGGIN. Rome just want to say thanks for the Brandon Boyd. PODCAST dowse fucking ethic I can never call show 'cause I have a mouth that makes crackers flushing since sailors running the bar, covering their ears, but I got a set fire to my source, because they didn't even know good in that interview, I do want to get on the Brandon Boyd and Jim Rome mailing list for your guys and book. Club out would be fucking awesome. I believe there's nobody you can't interview although I think the one air you haven't have you got interview someone from the adult film industry make it happen. Nothing saved. You have no more in that suggest. 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Windows must massive. Pillow and they. Said I need some some about the. Snacking. Had Long Hair. You know come Michael Jackson. started. Clad as Africa. Over the last five years Grammy Winning Producer Camera Obe has the direction of Chicago's hip hop more than anyone at least anyone that I can think of, and it's almost unfair that this guy not only produced the most phenomenal beats, but also lay down some killer hooks purses, and as we talk quickly realized we're both grown ASS. Kids as we reminisce about old Disney films new Disney Films Video Games suburban Life School, quitting your job the following your dreams. If there was ever an inspiring story, it's all within. Within the pages of Cam, story and I am pleased to present a few chapters of that book to you as we dive into the ten thousand hours of his work ethic, which leads to his new album. Before we get to that, though I just want to say, may's my favorite month of the year. In fact, it's my birthday and the boss man Jay. 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Good up to a good afternoon cam. How you doing I'm good. Man I'm good been A. Man Things went left. In the world, and how are you hold on this whole isolation social distancing manner you hanging in there doing the best that I can actually. The making the best of it, you know. I've cut like a nice stride lately in life, but also creatively. And it's it's really got me thinking about just creativity in art on and the purpose of art as a whole. Getting me to rethink all that productivity. How glad to hear that because I thought you would be up your old world of warcraft account and just wasting time, but. I mean I've been doing so. I! You know I have. It's been fun I haven't even. Man. There's this game agent. I haven't played in years. I. Don't WanNa play again. I've been listening to video game soundtracks all morning. Thanks to you! Listen to remain heroes soundtracks. Man I forgot how much of a jam that stuff is. Oh, well. Yeah, they had you know I was into. I just Kinda did a slight comb over some your old interviews and I was like man me and him. He's like times more talented than me, but. I was GONNA? Ask you so you're into video games. I'm definitely into it. I and you know what since I've been doing this podcast. I've I would say half the people I interview credit streets of rage, two as like their inspiration for even getting an C. Whoa really day and wet generation are they come thirty, one eighty nine. I like the same age as me to about the same, so like Brandon DJ early staffer Joey Bad ass, and the whole pro era that was often streets of rage two they they were just smoking, playing video games and college and now. We love this stuff and let's start making music. You gotta listen to that one because I, Know Brandon Shaming. He's he's a good dude. He showed me around showed me how to use the train in New York when I visited. Yeah, I think my vision of this podcast was kind of how you discovered Connie from a twenty year old XL magazine, I want people to go through my guest list, and maybe they'll find a producer older young. That has an interesting stories. They never heard before. It's kind of same formula you know. Hell Yeah I feel that Yeah. That's so cool. That's so cool and I'm glad to be able to to provide. There's somebody out there if you're if you. Do you. Do you have Disney plus by any chance? My sister does so I use her account, but but I watched dumble the other day. Did you re watch the three Caballeros? Yes. How you know that one never been. I if you like the film checkout the legend of the three caliber, it's also a Disney plasma. Oh I didn't even know it exists. So. Okay I'm definitely GonNa because you know the company. Also. When I was a kid man, I used to watch that. Like on VHS religiously like all the time, and it was so interesting. I don't know. I just loved it. Man Like it was so amazing and washed a request. Don't between sixteen, so that was like four years ago. You know at in addition to all the feelings that I had as a kid coming back when I was watching it. which is all like a crazy thing watching stuff from your childhood, but? I realize how. Damn trippy that. That movie was. Out like. Crazy was in psychedelic. End Just wacky was. And but so cool still, and it's like anime in the eighties. It was just there wasn't a blueprint for it, so they could just be as crazy as they wanted to be. With the narrative and the animation and every day is Egli. Dance I'm definitely GONNA. Look at that though. I'm putting you on some stuff you put you put me on. This man I watched this interview, did and you? You came across this album called Sky Islands. And I was like that album has one of my favorite deejay premier samples of all time, but it was called pitch-black there's. Over relies over Pitch Black Maria. Pitch Black relies. One to. Kiss! On my God, like like who's GonNa put Marley Marl sample with with. A Sky Islands in the ancient source I mean it's it's insane. I know. Yeah Premiere man like it's Craig's all those hip hop. Brokers like that one particular. by a Z. There's a song by as e I. Think is produced by Premiere. AIZIE. Who is the format? Yes, the format. dudes that we're kindred spirits right now. Yes though that beat so that be? And the pitch black be the real be and diddy Bob. no-name. To me like they all draw from the same Palette of the same. Kind of Texas seems sort of. World in New, York City Cameron It's like there's something about those. If you're like if you're feeling it the similarity between those for songs, but that sound that is in the format filling us in the format, and in all real like inspire me tremendously. and. It's also in that sky. Highlands sample that a that a Caldera simple. Ancient source it's in there and it's a lot of jazz fusion records in like And it's also in video game. Music is a lot of music is very jazz fusion esque like Hedgehog. Greenhills on Mike Barrowman's sixty four, which is to me? The best game ever made. It's a tragedy because they never made another one like that since. Never made another one like for it, either it's the only game of its kind. That exists and the music is insane. and. There's this common thread through all of those all of that music to me. I never thought we would love Cameron in their two, thousand and four, I was in college, and I remember I had a nineteen eighty nine Honda accord with four fifteens in the trump, because that's just what you did. In two thousand four right and Cameron's purple haze came out, and those are track on their called Killa Cam. Do you remember that Song? Yet. School? The base in that song hits so obnoxious. -Ly Crack my back windshield. Purple Haze just came out I'm not really big on sequels but I don't know. What was your take on it? I didn't even know I didn't even know probably. Last year! His comeback and I think a lot of Oji rappers. They do that when they want to revisit the well or become relevant. They'll just slap on a to to their old records. On it, yeah. I don't like cigarettes, either. Because of the fact that like sometimes you can get away with sometimes it can work, but like it's usually a branding thing so and then do with the music and the energy in the VIBE. That was there the first around. They just are like taking the brand. Identity brand the strength of the brand from the original thing. In an slapping the to on it so that they can use the brand to bring to bring the same audience it it would. It would be I, hate people do that because it plays are emotions as As fans of music, because we know like you said, we're tied to the memories and. And the feeling of that of that classic. In so, you kind of playing with us like I'm doing another one doing it again. But you're not really doing it again, you just. You just put it in that package again. You know one of the first ten minutes. We've already talked about like animation and video. Games music. Your sister, though was the one put you on musically, but she's not. With the say she's, she's for lack of a more finesse words. She's more than you. She's yes creative and and visually imaginative. Is You correct yeah? It's funny I think she is the way she expresses herself. Is this you would another that? I kinda like 'em. Moore the. I kind of have this I guess image when people. Meet me who soon as this nerd? You. Know this all like most people when they see me. They asked me if you're an artist on. You know like and I'm like them is really that allow. Me But like. But with my sister is is not as obvious but. I. Get all of this like a lot of that from her. You know an older brother to motor. Brother was always that to me to like grown up, and he was sort of like my sister, but a little bit more Nerdy, but you know he was out. Running the streets, he was like a genius. archetype this architect by made up, you know how young has architects? Have the have this one archetype that that that I made Mehta based on my life experience. This type of person I call hood genius in its people that I meet them met in my life who are from the from the ghetto who are hood who do things? Like, sell drugs and shit. But should the associate with with the hood live in, but at the same time there's something about like culturally. They are also like. They're exposed to all these other non hood things. And like they're also like. They're usually very much into anime. There's very. Hyper intelligent philosophical stuff that was like my big brother and an athletic like like very good sports can probably draw azoff really good at playing an instrument or some sort of creative thing like that, but also. Sales, we also like is in a gang. You know yeah, I like that. It's just like on your parents. I have three kids, and they've all spiderweb into very different human beings all from the product of your environment because when I think Vegas. Jerk reactions thing about the strip. People don't know that there's a hood in Vegas. There's there's real life. There really is an and I'm one of six actually as a big family. I'm GonNa Credit your older sister to with. With listening to the Neptune's before people were listening to the Neptune's hell yeah. was maybe sister was a big music fan man like? Nan like she was a real big music fan, and she she has so. She had it all and she was listening to the music. You know for the pure love of the music. You know that s w v. when this feeling was her jam, she put that on. That was her cleaning music. Too, but they don't repeat it. I remember like. Plane Remember sitting down the Hallway, listening to that Song repeat which Nixon was produced before they were like a big name, and I love that song, but it just every time I hear this song. Bring back the memory me. Her plane I repeat missing in the hallway playing with these glowna dark mega blocks which are like. Oh, those are blake legos weren't the I remember those. I remember those. We! Where are you from? I'm from central Texas near Austin I'm not too far. Texas is a big state. It Yeah I. Have family in East Texas. On my big brother lives in damn. It isn't Kaleen now. Oh, my God, I live in colleen. What's up only? Up Lean. Right I think he lives there. I don't know if he's there. He's somewhere I. Remember he was back into places in one of them so group in Killeen. My whole life. Dan has crazy. Here's what's even crazier. The Neptune's didn't produce that. They Co produced it and the guy that co produced it. His name was David. Nick turn I think he's like he's seventy years old now. He's working with a with a twenty year old ferrall and he went on, and and he got nominated for ten daytime Emmys for his work on soap operas, and nobody knows this guy is oh. Hell. Yeah, that's so interesting. He's the guy last night and I c.. H. T. E. R. N.. He's working with a ferrall. WHO's barely drinking age at the time and you can leave commercial music and reinvent yourself as a musical director on one life to live cats so crazy. 'cause you know. It makes me think because that song uses a sample. It makes me wonder if he. Had any part in that original sample I would imagine that he had i. mean because this guy was fifty at the time in forever twenty I imagine that He. Probably was mentoring him. And because when I listened to that song, it doesn't really sound like commercial. Neptune's yet. It seems like they're still trying to. This is like the rump Shaker days. Yes, yes, it is like 'cause. Yeah in the early nineties. Like I'm okay. Okay, I'm looking. That song that. Sample voices by Maria Dr Written by David Nick Turn thirty though I mean. If I'm going to compare that to you, it'd be like Oh. Yeah, this cam, the cocoa butter kisses guy, but now he rap sings. He produces his own albums, which is a creative leap, a lot of producers either can't take or won't take You're right. You're right, man. That is such a crazy thing for me to. To Take that leap like you said a lot of them. You can't take it or won't take it for me. It was for a long time. It was luther, both, but it was like the the former more so than anything I always I wanted to. But I was so afraid that I couldn't so I didn't for a long. You know 'cause I was like. I was putting myself in this in this box. I was telling myself down. I didn't realize it, but I was like. You know I'm just a producer. That's all I. Do is just make beats I help people get their vision. You know like I was telling myself that in which is a crazy thing about identity, and how we identify cels in things like that, but just them this label of producer on myself, not even really knowing really what that is all the way, but yet doing that kind of kept me in that box. For good for good reason now because a time it led me to to really like go deep into being a producer and get really good at that you know and I started on eleven and been doing that since then I'm thirty now so like. Nearly twenty years, but in the process. There was more that was coming to me than just. The duties of a music producer in an anomaly that like I'll be being the studio making artists. And I'm not just making the beat. On just I. Don't I I never really? Sent beats the people. My whole life I do it sometimes, but I really come alive on. I'm in the room which? We're building a song coming up with the concept coming up with the lyrics you know coming up with the. Vocal melodies you know I'm given a lot of rappers rap flows. You know because like they're writing in like manner trying to figure. And I'm and I'm like I got something I'll just like gibberish. Averse. And they'll take by parts from it that they like incorporated diversity I was doing it for a long time so I guess it was always in me to be able to do more than just make the be. Is that limiting? Because it seems like you don't make one hundred beats and let people choose your motor. Craft beats like you said with people in their studio. Is Limiting. Yeah, I mean you could make five beats a day and sell it a thousand a piece, but instead I mean because what's cool is like you say you produce for Kendrick Lamar even if he jumps on one of your productions, and you don't find out until the song is done, it doesn't matter your. That's going on my resume I don't care is Agley absolutely. You know 'cause I gotTA. You know I got A. I got to go myself. We are in America. But but I would say. It's interesting because. Man I'm so happy that I'm able to I got in to the to the industry in a very nonconventional because I came up like my first big break was chance rapper INVINCI- like that movement basically. Being one of the architects for that whole Chicago sound that they were calling it at the time. I in it. It was just us. Making records making this having fun making songs with these local artists who I just met because I. I'd never adding grow up in Chicago, just went out there and twenty twelve. Took a made a fateful decision to quit my job. Go out there only knew one person was working out his studio. In living at his studio and A VIC Mensa within that month, and then from there everything just blew up on the Internet, but so I got in a very unconventional way, but it's interesting. Because of the way I got in I. got into doing things I. WanNa, do them. So as I started to transition into the music industry tried to like. Continue that tradition. That we're working when I'm like a meeting with major labels, and it's funny. 'cause I would ask them. They would wanna get me in a in a session with one of the artists like I remember One of the NR'S AT A. Things vice president at the time. At Atlantic, records, He had told me. That after chance blew up and everything and I'm meeting these guys. He told me that. Hey, yeah, so we've got these artists. Atlantic that are looking for records like you know you mentioned like Wiz Kalifa. Bruno Mars. CEELO, green and I was like. He's in some beasts. Send US Americans and I was like. Can I get in the studio with them and like? You know makes them from scratch. That's how I did it with chances and you know and they're like. He was like so not about that news. I own like he told me basically. I gotta be like for real in the sense of like I got to have his already. On the billboard nor to do that. And I remember that being like very disappointing. For me. And also. That was like me. Discovering with the industry was all about it was not about music to me, and so I was like okay. but it's funny I I. I did anyway every time I. Did did it that way? Nothing ever got placed like a lot of those songs made. Those guys ended up using from Ireland album, but I ended up eventually getting things my way when j Cole at a hit me up directly because he had heard something I did. a beat. I did for one of his artists boss. and. he asked me to send visas like same spills I. Hey! You know I normally don't symbols I. Do my best work when I'm like in the studio with the artists like. Would it be possible if I can I get studio with you in this bill from scratch? And he was like hell. Ya and so he. flew me out. On his tour, and in from that point on I never had to. Ask, again you know what I mean like. It was kind of like a thing or if I ask no one ever said no again to me. It was always just a matter of scheduling. From that point. There's a lot of impact that the first thing I want people to know is in two thousand twelve year, folding shirts, department store, and a year later on acid rap, which is amazing. Number two I mean that's. That's that's a big bowl of inspiration for anybody who's listening, but number two I want to talk about growth because I know you make beats for artists. Jay was an example. You just brought up and there's been instances where you've created beats, and he didn't WanNA use it now. You can harp about how much work went into a beat, or you can start asking yourself ten questions why he doesn't want it. You can take it personally. You can become bitter, or you can understand. You can move on, and you can figure something out and I think that's the human side of things that people don't really talk about. Absolutely absolutely because I went to all of that. I went through taking it personally. And went through being bitter. Do all those things you know human. Before I arrived on like you said like. It's not any of those things. All those things are just. Made Up. You know reasons in my head, but at the same time it's not to be judged, either you know people have the have the right to do what they WANNA do. And at the same time all of those. Experiences did give me something. You know I got something out of all of those experiences whether people use my music or not, and that's the beauty of art. Because just the act of creating the art is valuable in itself. You know because it's exploration if you're doing it right. Then, you're exploring and you're exploring. You're never gonNA come away from any creative session with the same way that you were when you entered it. You always going to have learned something from that. experience, and that's one thing I can say about whenever I get in the studio. Whenever I do something I'm always, art gets back to me. I love writing and I love crafting songs because. It'll always just make me. It will always give give back to me in very concrete way sometimes, because like for example. I'm right. Okay, if I write a song that that makes me think about a certain. The macy think about I. Don't know like cars, motorcycles or something and I wanNA. Make this song. I WANNA paint this picture of. The this this motorcycle race or whatever? I don't know anything about motorcycles, so I have to go and spend time researching and the different parts of the motorcycle, and I start to put together a Word Bank Mussa cycling related terminology. And so that I can pull from that my song, and then by the end of the song I know all these. I've learned all these things about motorcycles sometimes been researching. Why did school make you hate writing where you're not able to have that same process? You know I think it was because they made us. Just do busy work worth more than anything it wasn't about like. Using your your writing ability to create a world or or to? To to do something that was that I found interesting. It was always about you know how to do book reports you had to write. They know they give you minimum requirement. Minimum Word Count Requirements. You know imposing that I mean that's like A. Lot of times it was very long sometimes. You don't have that much to say about something. You just have to just, but if you don't make that as many whereas it is supposed to be, you're GONNA get a bad grade. That's going to hurt you in life. And so as this, this is pressure. Pressure sometimes can be good, but I think you just was. It was no aim to. There's no direction that they were trying to. Trying to do. Is Get us through so that they can get their test scores. So they can get their keep their funding. So they so that we can go in. Graduated in work at you. Know some star anything suspecting. At McDonald's or something, they didn't give a damn. I enjoy piano, but once my parents signed me up for lessons, and then it became a chore then I hated it and I have two kids that are in elementary school, and it's a very restrictive environment and I wonder because I have two small kids, five and eight sometimes when we get in the car, I play hip hop, but it would, if I played an audio book. Maybe if I played where the wild things are where the sidewalk ends will do more. More for their creativity and imagination than just music. Maybe I'm every time they get in the car. Think about maybe I'm wasting time that I could utilize you know like I think both good is good, too. Because you know. Their kids are GONNA be absorbing. Thing you you expose them to, and that's what makes me think as an artist about the music that create you know like it's GonNa. Be absorbed no matter what it is is going to be absorbed and You can put anything out there and so I feel like why not? Why not put something out that wants absorb is going to contribute something positive to the person who absorbed it, and this is my way of like my naive goal changing the world through music. Because if you do that I feel like you can. You can change the world for for person one person at a time. With music. If you so choose to do that, you can especially in this days climate of our music because. Music is only about being a product now. Art is like the art world you know in selling these baskets for hundred ten million dollars like ridiculous amounts of money 'cause the art is not even about art anymore as about it being a commodity now. and seeing how much we can make off of it, but anyway so in that climate, it's actually radical to create art that is not for consumption capitalistic. Is Radical to Kinda like go against that and make it different, but I do think you missing your your kids. makes me it reminds me of why I think it's important that that the music has some high is made unto some higher purpose than us. You know that's what's so cool about sacred religious music folk music. Gospel Music is that those songs that music is made? In service to something greater to an ideal. You know it's transcendent. You Know I. Don't know if you've been in church but me I up going to church Black Christian churches, and there would be these things praise breaks. Where people will just dance, you know like in people. Falling out crying speaking in tongues does lose in. Just, dislike I've witnessed that actually witness there, right? And I always thought there was something wrong with me because I'm not falling on the floor with my eyes rolling back of my head. I didn't understand that as a kid to be honest, but I got older and I realize I understood it I started to look at I. Got I got this obsession with just watching those? Those price breaks on Youtube like for hours due to be sitting there, watching it, and I will be feeling what they finish the I I'm fascinated that these people are just regular working class people in releasing all the hidden. In life and they're and they're celebrating. A lot of them broke. A lot of got problems working class. The proletarian would call it, but they're in there celebrating. Like state like nobody's been such like you've never seen anybody celebrate beforehand. All celebrating is life essentially. They're celebrating their thankfulness for. Everything that they've been through in life in that guy has got them through in their life, and like they're celebrating something more transcendent than themselves and I thought that that was so. Amazing in that realization hit me. I mean we're already made a music like that anyway. Not Necessarily Gospel. I think there's just I think beyond. The religious aspect of it is that it's made for something higher. I like that because I think if we're just talking hip hop, it's strictly generational, because a because of the social distancing a lot of people watching these Timberland versus Swiss beats instagram battles, and it was trending the other day that these these young audiences think that Kanye is better than Quincy Jones, not because they're comparing catalogs, but I really don't think people understand the extent of Quincy Jones's re they really. Define the whole role of producer as we know it today like he's one of the main cast that did that like he's an Impresario. He did so much more than just music even. He started. I mean he helped start the grandma's. But. He also started all these put music publications like Spin Vibe and I think the same for a lot of people with you. I love his Z. stuff, but you don't realize is. He produced on the backstreet boys album. You know what I'm sayin'. And then and then he produced for the clips and then Jay Z.. Back to Britney Spears Quincy could do Michael Jackson and then produce on the boys in the hood soundtrack. You know over the next ten years. We could see cam on Amelia Island Song. You know it doesn't need to be in a box, you know. I grew up. You mentioned where the sidewalk in another play that in on cassette in the car. You know that will probably blow your kid's mind if you did want to. So he said Oh. Gary, those I don't know if they can handle it, but we'll see. It is Gary Yo but I I got less savings, so we can do anyone can i. don't know if I wanNA. Teach my zero about death and loss yet, but we'll we'll. If there's any way to for for them to learn it. I think the way shows oversight, does it? And what else I walk INS, such amazing metaphor like to me. It's like it's so deep. You know talking about the. The certainty that is you know the to me decide. What's I walk ends represents like. That path! Into Hill that leads you. To Heaven I think that's something that everybody has to go through an lifetime to go through. The reached the point where the sidewalk ends where everything you know. Is No more. To go through this. This. Gary Place dark unknown, which is what the is going to do right now incidentally. To me but In it's so amazing. He put that in this in a children's book. That concept and I think the thing about those intentions in those messages and all that I think a lot of them are subliminal. 'cause I wasn't thinking about that as a kid, but it subliminal because the subconscious mind like you have to trust in the fact that this causes mine is always picking up on all the symbolism of all of the subliminal messages, an all of the stuff that you put in there even when the conscious mind is not aware and. A lot of people are like afraid to go over people's heads. You know people are like. When it with when it comes to art like they're like well, I don't want over their head. I WanNa just be understood. And the thing is like you always understood even when you're not understood. Even when people don't know that they still understand, they get it. Yeah I. Think you do psychedelics and read Shel Silverstein your minds. Iowa just opened up bigger than you ever thought it would. All my goodness. Yeah, like looks to shut. It was like. A. A big part of my life I mean I don't like I'm not like one of those psycho nuts out there to. Do that all the time, but something that. Delegates -periences something that. has influenced my life. Hasn't to the unconscious. Some people that are that kind of believe in the universe kind of pushing a narrative on you, and if you pay attention, it can kinda work in your favor. Absolutely, absolutely, that's what symbolism is all about every the? Of course I have absolute. That book I love is about. It's like the guy that goes through the. Following through the story pretty much gets to the story by interpreting the symbolism in his life, and just leaves them right back to where we started yet you which is was I. Love that it's like. You know I started to develop an interest in. Sacred! Art recently I'm really into art in general, but you know the I realize guiding in Pajot. Who A has his youtube channel all about symbolism me, but he talks about The symbolism. Of Death and birth at are like happening simultaneously and a lot of religious art works in particular, the native seen. the birth of Jesus how he's shown like as as a baby in a major 'cause you know born in a manger. The major is is the is this little? This thing that animals eat food out of. But he was on that, but like the the way that the manger in this particular painting was painted, it was painted with ornaments on the side, and which is not typical of a manger, but it is typical of the casket, because major is supposed to double as a as a resting place as a coffin. So, but so in the fact that the the baby was born in this major, that also looks like a coffin. It symbolizes the simultaneous nature of death and birth, and how they're both the same and that's like. The end is the beginning. and. You know that's represented on the NFL. Commissioner's represented on the acid. The end is the beginning. I think that's that's why resonates I think that's. Probably why resonates with people so much like why? It just blew the fuck up? It's congruent with this basic truth that we see all the way in the Nativity scene. In all this religious work, it's the same basic truth to end is the beginning my album in the same way as called with a song called. The Moon becomes the day, so there's there's album though it's it's been leaked. It's been talked about for years and finally. GonNa come to fruition. This is the type of. Symbolism in detail the you want people to pay attention to the album comes out. You don't want people to just listen to Lucy's navy. The vinyl works where you want people to listen to beginning an end because that's the way the story needs to be told. Absolutely, it's it's Nathan deep listening, which is something that we will stop doing? And not only that, but there's been a stigma about jazz, being old and uptight and how? Game Changers are breaking these perceptions and reigniting in interest in jazz among younger audiences, and you have people like Ben Shepard adding layers to your work as well. Either In black holes Egypt. Claims. Yes been! Then Ben's several man incredible. You're right, and you know my thing is what I'm trying to do. Is something. That's pretty radical and making. Making a hip hop album is. That is designed the same way like. Kill people tend to think. Party. They think that it's deep listening. Anything. Deeper in there, but at the same time. Even, the old, his even the Golden Age of hip hop as much as I. Am inspired by my thing is I'm always trying to listen to things and just pool. What I can from it 'cause. My logic is. I exist you know, I'm here I have this gift of music, so I need to do something I need to take it to a new place. Were hasn't been before. That's my responsibility and I think it's interesting. 'cause it, it can be controversial sometimes for me to express this to my peers over the years. 'cause a lot of them, they insist. that. There's a greatest producer that they will never be better than or they'll never be able to transcend, or there's a greatest artist you know there's they insist that in this idea of a perfect music. and. the golden age of hip hop kind of represents that for hip hop for some people and I think I. Don't look at it that way I look at I listen to it and I love it and I and I'm trying to find how it could be better, but with that said that the biggest compliment that I can afford you is you could've took the t pain approach like hey, look. I sang the hook for Y'all now I've got a song album and I'm calling in favors. And I'm sure anyone you've collaborated with. They'd work with you, but you want this to be more about you. Rather than all star cast is going to this kind of twist that narrative taking ownership of this project and I love the absolutely, it's it's. Like And it's not just about me. but it's more so about me having the. The creative control over it can be what it's supposed to be because I think that the record, the music makes itself, and it uses us as an instrument me. Personally I'm trying to make I'm trying to direct people to some higher than me. You know like that's why I chose. I decided a long time ago. Against doing you know photographs, myself portrait of myself as the album. Are you know I? I decided against that because I because I realized that like. Doing that points back to me. And I don't WanNA point to me. You know a lot of podcast, Kinda talk about hey, you know. What studio equipment did you craft this album? But I think learning about you and your philosophy. In your thought, process is going to get more people interested in an album than anything else. That's on I'm kind of hoping I. Did that and I? Do want to end this podcast by saying. It really was my dream to have you do the soundtrack pixar soul coming out because I think you paired up with a Pixar movie is definitely. It's going to happen and I'm going to put them to the. Thank you, thank you. That's crazy. What is this soul? It's the one where they're finally featuring black people. It's about a jazz musician and he dies, and he comes back to try to figure out the meaning I guess it's that whole deeper thing. Let the trailer Yeah Yeah, okay. I'm GonNA definitely take that. Crazy says that the music's done by res-. Ner Atticus Ross see that doesn't make sense, are you going to nine inch? Nails will do that doesn't make sense. It doesn't make any sense. Why didn't you get terrace Martin or Robert Glass for been incredible? But you know that's what my album is. GROWN ASS. Kid To me is is an animated is the animated musical you're talking about is the animated musical that I always wanted to see as a kid in never saw. But it was an animated musical that is made. where the music is made. From my perspective. But not only that, but the story even is made from my perspective I. Think they wouldn't like pick even if they tried him they wanted to. They couldn't do this, they can't. They can't do this because they don't have the The perspective in a life experience necessary. To do. What I'm doing, we're GONNA. Ask You. To me is a musical is just the score to that musical as they don't have the resources to actually make it. At least not yet having music resources actually make the movie that goes with it, but it's literally animated musical. You can imagine Tamblyn and Randy Newman coming together and scoring a musical about a you know a kid. Who has to save music more mean. We've covered a lot of ground in our. Cam, you're a scholar and gentleman man. Thanks for being here. Thank you and same to you same to you. Man I love that that you created the space for us to have this conversation because I don't really get to talk about these things anyone and I'm in like you've you've doing something right because you created the space for it to happen? Yeah I love that and I would love to talk to US Mormon. Door's always open man always. Definitely come back in the fall and we can talk about the album. We will. We will. This is a guided meditation on parenting. 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Help US take back America go to our American rights. Dot Com brought to you by the American Media Council. Thanks for tuning into Classic Radio Theatre here on your favorite station, a Barrie Craig. Confidential investigator detective drama heard on NBC from October one. Thousand Nine hundred, thirty one to June of nineteen. Fifty five Berry Craig worked alone from his Manhattan Madison Avenue Office Rather and Mike is Contemporary Sam, spade and Philip Marlowe craighead very laid back personality, cutting against the popular hard boiled detective stereotype, gargling a William Argon Plays Berry Craig. Also starred in the same role in an unsuccessful. Pilot written and directed by Blake Ed works a few years earlier Garg and played a similar character in the program. Martin Kane private eye, another show which I don't have many shows of at all. Let's hear this episode of Very Craig confidential investigator has was originally broadcast June fourteenth nineteen fifty-three. William Goggin Stars as Barrie Craig confidential investigator. Buying yourself a murder and run into pretty big money, but after that you've got nothing to worry about. The only charge for the chair you're invited to sit in. Is Electrical. Broadcasting Presents William Goggin in another transcribed drama, mystery and adventure with America's number. One Detective Barrie Craig confidential investigator. Mattie Craig speaking. been a confidential investigative for long enough. You don't surprise easy anymore long. Man named Adolf that Hanjiang. Couple of hundred bucks to help his wife by a hat and you don't lift an eyebrow. You take the couple of hundred and you meet Mrs back the next morning at the Beck apartment. Eight gone to work, but you don't miss him. Very, great very great. You wait sure. I S I couldn't very well go shopping this could. Not, unless you wanted to hold up traffic. You wait where the lady changes into something that won't hold up traffic. He decide you're being overpaid. Given the chance you'd watch. Mrs Becky where there wasn't a Nicholas. On. Traffic will be safe now. Sure I don't know about myself though. I'll hold it. I'll take a look outside face. Alice. Street looks novel. Let's go. Right such a lovely day. But that's my car. Can't we walk the shots not very far. Well. All right, but striper this way. I. Don't know exactly what you think. You'll protecting me from I. don't either. Your husband wasn't very generous with his information. Well, then it was generous with his money though I'm trying to own it. Would you believe me if I told you I didn't need any protection? Joel, but I believe your husband harder though. He's my client. I always believe my clients hotting all right, you go ahead and protect me then. Where's the hat shop? Keep right on a weight slowdown for that shop window. Yes! She's always got wonderful things in it. Oh Mr Crane. Stopped the car at once, okay? At bathing suit. Red. Looks like a bathing suit. Can, you imagine it on me? Yeah! What do you think? It's going to be a hot summer. I've got to try it on. Come on. Whatever you saying. I love to go shopping with a man I. Don't get much of a chance. Let with your husband eight Oh. He hates shop. Money. But. Can I show you that bathing suit? You have in the window. Madame has magnificent `test. It is an important, too. I hope I. Have Your Mom says? Oh. Or to get bought only three such suits. GM's Yo. It satisfies the law. No, I wouldn't know. How important it satisfies the eye of the husband. If of course, the white he's so charming as Adam charm is exactly what a girl needs for sued like that Oh maybe not, but madame has it no. She has got to try this on when. These. But I will find. Comfortable I think. I must congratulate Monsieur. There are not many women who would even dare to think of wearing such a suit. He's of course ridiculously expensive. It is, but monsieur will not mind paying. At USC woke I guess the kind of deal he's got. He pays likes it already. Way Pretends to like it. Madame Flora wasn't quite sure how to take that. So she shrugged her shoulders Jami, lay the way the French do and shut up. Kaime went by and I got restless. Miss Your looks forward to seeing his wife in the SUTA. Sure has been looking forward to it for too long. She's been in their over fifteen minutes. Plenty women always keeps her husband waiting. No I wouldn't know about that. I still think she's been there a long time. Would you mind Harare each Messrs inflation is? Yeah, then I go to advise mme. What's the Meta. The door she looked. Let me. Locks automatically to magic. No, it is necessary that one moves the latch. has moved the latch. SPEC Mrs Back. Mandatory, we get back of it I'm going to break the door down. Explain later right now. I'm in a hurry. Back he's been sued. SCAT. Nobody home. Not even in the closet. But that I won't go. The back of the shop was stolen. Daro? Nobody. Home Area I do not understand me both. You always keep that window open. One cannot because of the deeds. That's open now. Yeah short dropped the alley outside. She could have managed. The Opinion Madam Fleas. That could be the opinion. I'm Oh. Come on. They bathing still yeah, shave left behind. Goes. Fixing that door up. It's going to cost you a few bucks here ten. What the bathing suit back in stock! I've got a feeling much as Beck isn't going to return for it. There was no occasion for yelling for the police. Suspect had a right to use the back exit. She wanted deal. And there's no law against making a confidential investigator. Look Foolish. I took my foolish look over the becks office and let 'em stare at it, but. You shouldn't have let her back. Yes, you had to be a couple of hundred bucks to go shopping with your wife or the next week or so. You told me you worried about of course and the first thing you do, slip out of your thing. I never had them on. You didn't bother telling me. My job was to act Jalen I. Assume do realize the only thing I could realize what the you figured. She was in some kind of danger. Well, maybe she is maybe someone knowing. It was no anyone could have known. She was going to stop it. Matt employees and use the dressing room now. Disappearance had to be our own idea. Rupture right. It's a little too early to call in the missing persons bureau. She's been gone only for an hour. But I know some of the boys downtown. They might stretch regulation for me. No. No I don't want. The police involved she. She may simply have returned home. She did it the hard way or if she didn't. Craig. I want you to find it. Meaning you don't really think she went home whatever she went, you find her. The police do that kind of thing a lot better than a one man out that like I don't care. Okay your money, but I'll need a few leads leads. Left Mr Back New York's allies place also it's finished with trains, planes and buses leaving it every few minutes. I've got to have some idea where she might be heading. And why are else? I'm like I understand, but we'll do it the highway. Who was your wife before you marry? Her name was Lila Lilo. Lilo lawn. It sounds phony. It was her professional name by profession. She Sang. She was a club singer. She last date before giving it all up for a home and kitties she. She was singing the Romani Rendezvous Romany rendezvous each party. Fine Before marriage, wife was a singer named Lana lawn singing at the Romney rendezvous. Now. You tell me the rest what rest? You know somebody listening in would think I was working against you instead of foil. I had to drag this information automobile why? There's nothing wrong with the girls singing in a nightclub. Nothing to explain it disappearing acted. You're Shrewd Creek. Isn't that why you hired me? I didn't think shrewdness would be necessary. Way You talk people might get the idea. You didn't want our file I do. Okay then, what's the rest of it? Before. Before Lila married me she. She was sort of engaged to Eddie myron. What does he do pitch for the dodgers? He owns the Romney. Keep going well. Myron was very angry with Lila. And myself I suppose. I've always afraid that he might. Do something. That's why you hired me. Yes. Myron didn't grab your wife nobody did. That flight out of the back window employers with both unscheduled, and strictly on this understand many. Maybe she decided money wasn't everything luckier, Craig. This is terribly difficult for me and I'm not helping. All right, I'll get started. Only one thing yes, suppose I find it and she likes it where she is. All Beck had that was stricken staff. Didn't look good on them, and I didn't waste time admiring I got out. To William Dargin starring Barry Craig in just a moment. 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Lila Whigham Lila. FRIEND OF YOURS MR, Craig right good. Forget I ask. Mr Martens offices down the Carta. You can see the door from here, thanks. Take the SAT I don't show. I'll take the set. Thanks! I get so tired of being hit on the head. Out Say it we'd both be shocked. You're a little obvious. Friend asked me to walk in front of you. Go back to the dirty Napkins I'm sure you'd up now. Okay. Craig's made another friend. What I forgot to knock I'm terribly sorry. The name's Craig. I also forgot to shut the door behind me. Excuse me Mr Myron. Wonder if there's a luck. Now I feel better. I'd hate to have anyone. Walk in of my back was turned to him. got a permit. That gun got any power to ask no. No that makes us even. Now puts me one ahead. I got the gun. Some days I can't keep score with a done this some fancy kind of hold them. You wouldn't keep your dough and here I wouldn't. But. You might know that very craig. Stand. Your remember I'm a confidential investigator, which makes it unlikely I'm after your Joe and maybe I haven't got as high in opinion of investigators. You had your misunderstanding me hurting my feelings. All I'm after as companionship Mine Lila. Lila You took too long on that one fella. Your Business has got something to do with Lila Lawn. The name's familiar so is the lady so what I'm looking for him. Know any better places? Try to beck residents I already have. Then we both don't know. I don't know a thing. You Do scintillating dialogue, but William Guardian made it work Berry Craig confidential investigator from sixty seven years ago. Today June fourteenth nineteen, fifty, three here on Classic Radio Theatre we'll have the news of that date sixty seven years ago, coming up next here on this Sunday edition of Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station. 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Thanks for tuning in on this Sunday edition of Plastic Radio Theater and episode the Berry Craig Confidential Investigator starring, William, Oregon has was originally broadcast. Sunday June fourteenth nineteen, fifty three in the newspapers of that Sunday. Sixty seven years ago. These were some of the headline. Republican. Senator tapped has thrown his weight behind the move within the Senate Appropriations Committee. Should slashes substantial amount perhaps more than a billion dollars off the Eisenhower Administration's five point four seven four billion dollar foreign aid request. This puts tapped at odds with the secretary of State John. Foster Dulles Mutual Security Director Harold, e, Stassen, and presumably with President Eisenhower himself. A showdown seemed imminent today between the UN Command and south. Korea's president. Syngman re in a race to end his opposition and get him in line ahead of the signing of a truce with the Communists at Panmunjom, but as developments pointed toward a quick armistice, the seventy eight year old South Korean leader, prior to new blast, eat announced the impending truce as a play, grit sellout and called for an immediate mutual security pact with the United States to placate his people. Meanwhile street demonstrations in career, raging through the fifth day in mounting opposition to a truce reached the point. Point yesterday where US soldiers fired carbines over the head of stone, throwing youths more than ten thousand demonstrated in Seoul, another ten thousand demonstrated in Poussin and from Bern Switzerland changed her mind yesterday, and decided to serve on the Korean armistice in prisoner of war commissions, regardless of whether South Korea accepts the terms hammered out by the communists and the United. Nations Command Divisional. Colonel Fritz Reiner retired sixty two appointed the leader, one hundred man military mission from this traditionally neutral country join missions from Sweden Poland and Czechoslovakia in supervising the armistice as soon as the armistice is signed. East Germans red boss Walter old brick. Faber and trusted agent in the stalin-era reportedly on the skids last night for opposing new soviet-backed efforts for unity of Germany, such action runs contrary current dv Soviet. Policy undertaken in east, Germany in the maneuverings of the post-stalin regime of Premier Georgy Malikov in Moscow. Leading West Berlin Socialist newspaper said Albright was denounced by his own, so we zone polit. Bureau. Is Now we're appeared yesterday to have won enough key votes to extend the excess profits tax, but it was uncertain whether the votes could ever be cast congressman. Read of New York Republican chairman, the House Ways and Means Committee assailed the Levian new, and gave no sign of calling the committee together for a showdown vote winding up two weeks, appearings read declared the administration failed to make a case for the vicious excess profits tax. He renewed his campaign and let the let me die as scheduled on June thirtieth and to reduce individual income taxes by ten percent at the same time. A Negro physician who was accepted for seven years as a white man and experience at four on the basis of the motion picture lost boundaries has been dropped effective July fifth as radiologist at Elliot Community, hospital in Keene, new, Hampshire Chester Kingsbury President of the hospital board of Trustees said the hospital was let go for neglect of duties and said was race did not enter into it. Kingsbury saying the only bone of contention was the amount of time Dr Albert, C Johnson devoted to hospital procedures, the doctor who came to the hospital in one, thousand, nine forty, said the board objected the amount of time he was devoting to private practice. He said he would not thank request for his resignation. While the Navy Postmaster General, Summer Field said yesterday, the post offices powerless to four Senator Joseph McCarthy, the Republican. Wisconsin to pay for mail. It said he sent free and should have paid for. Our Walter, the assistances summerfield in charge of public relations, said former Postmaster General Jesse M. Donaldson notified McCarthy last October. He should pay for male. He had set out under his congressional franking privileges. Speaking of Senator McCarthy the Republican Wisconsin said yesterday. The Justice Department should go all out to investigate those individuals guilty of treason or of sleeping at their posts of duty during the Korean War in a speech delivered for a prepared for delivery before the Wisconsin Republican convention Senator McCarthy said these individuals whom he did not name must be guilty of one or the other. In those some of the day's top new stories is reported in the newspapers Sunday June fourteenth nineteen fifty-three on your radio, Barrie Craig confidential investigator, which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. Thing you do. What makes you think that I tossed line along the name and your head way is? Try to toss this blackjack at. That wasn't very nice. Have he missed? How does he feel about it painful? I hope it doesn't show too badly. I wouldn't want the place to get a bad name. We're getting away from Lila, lawn. I haven't been near and months. That's why you're headway was so sensitive. I could pry loose from him. Okay. Maybe, I could use you on my side. Maybe even I might need you. Yeah I got a call from Lila early this morning. First Time, I'd heard from us and she got married must've been a surprise. A pleasant surprise, she wanted me to meet A. She was upset. Beck was running short of money. Well Beckett seems was running after another blood. That's what Lila said. Ask what she said. She wanted me to meet a rapid creek dam what's creek. I got a kind of Cunty jet there maybe an hour out of the city. She wanted you to meet her up there this morning. You agreed agreed. I drove up there. The carnage was van and Lila. No Hung around for maybe a couple of hours then I started thinking. Somebody was playing something. I made fast time back to time I worried. Boy Let's ahead with you. Tank with guys instructions. He'd been with me all day in the apartment. While you're breaking down and telling me all will partially, because boy lost his head when you mentioned lawn, that would make him a good witness and partially. Because I don't even know what I was being set up for. I'd like you to find out. I've already got a client. Bank yeah. What's your job for him finding his wife? That won't have to conflict with anything. I want you to do one client at the time. All I can handle, but if I find anything that might interest you. You'll hear from me. Or maybe from the police That was thrown into. Worry him. He was already worried, but maybe not about the right thing. Even at that he was ahead of. I didn't even know what the right things were. were. I checked with back. His wife was still out. That left me a choice I could do nothing. You could try the Creek Dale and According to Myron, that was a dead end, but he could be alive. Even the naming you're the sheriff me. I guess they tell you right. I'm very Craig Potential Investigative. New York. I saw that so I am figuring on setting up business and Greek Dan not exactly something else. I came up here to look through Eddie Myron cottage. Yeah! I thought I might find something there. I drove to the cottage before stopping here at up. The college wasn't very good shape. Somebody was careless with matches. Look at I, don't. Place was burned to the ground. When did it happens? Sheriff is half known I don't know the exact time started couldn't have been later than twelve or all any ideas about why it started, or who started it Figuring on maybe fine and in the cottage Michigan. Something, that might lead me to a lost lady. I saw. What my! For, namely, Lila Lawn perhaps recently Mrs. Adolf Beck. amp. Okay. have. You found it. In the cottage. Like I. Couldn't have identified. All you can tell us that she was blonde. Enough of the skin on her fingers left to get half dozen prints. No doubt about her dentist. She's Lila Lawn. Michigan's back. He was pretty watch yeah. Sure could fire, but said earlier the noon say. Thank. Dr Peabody. He's got no idea she was dead or not. GonNa find out. Over. You got ideas. I got I did. Names attached to them not yet. Wow. You'll get in touch with me if you get around to Tachin names. I'll get in touch with in goodbye, sheriff. Just minutes? Yeah? DACA peabody couldn't swear whether she was alive or not when the fire got to. Swear something. What's that? You had a couple of bullets in our law. Sheriff didn't have any expression on. His face could read when he let me have it. I held the post from. It couldn't think of anything else got out. I didn't mind a long drive back to the city. I needed it. Stayed Off Beck hadn't been lovely to look at. Shopping. Boil it's not boiled. We were finished for the night, not exactly. What do you want now? I've been up to Creek Dale. And I hope you got more out of the trip than I. Did this morning I got more. Tell me about. Your cottage is never going to be the same again termites. What time did you leave that this morning around twelve? Wait a minute. At sounds like somebody's checking alibis. Maybe somebody is. Alibis for what are some for one thing. I send. Your cottage was burned to the ground sometime today. Maybe you're Kelly with cigarettes I don't. Think you get Outta here? Okay, but nobody really worries about Austin in connection with a cheap summer cottage. What do they worry about? Lila lawn is never gonna be the same again either. The Conclusion Berry Craig confidential investigative from sixty seven years ago, June fourteenth nineteen fifty-three comes up in just three minutes on this Sunday edition of Classic Radio Theater. This weight L. Root for the Megamall magazine Goal Dot Com the megamall. Is Your one stop online shopping mall for great MAC and trump caps. Flags facemask coins, jewellery, and other products. They even have magic cowboy hats. 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Stream. If you miss a day, you don't have to Mrs Show now. The conclusion of Barrie Craig confidential investigators starring William Argon from sixty seven years ago. June fourteenth, Nineteen fifty-three. Them I didn't give him much of a chance to respond to that. I walked out. Ever give him an opportunity to figure out what his response would be. I had another job. I. Coming thanks! Well. It's very late. I hadn't noticed. I hope you've got something to report I. Have you found? Yeah, splendid word is Coming back to me. I don't think she's got any choice in the matter. I hope you didn't fully reason. She's got no choices because she's dead. Yeah. Shortest way sometimes the kind of She was shot, and then burned to death in the summer. Cottage belongs to Eddie Myron. She got back to him for awhile. It seems like. Maybe a shorter while she figured on how they arrested him not yet. They'll get around with once. They tighten up a few things. The way it goes? Your Wife Duck made this morning phone Myron and met him at cottage shortly before twelve. What happened and why right after that? We don't know for sure. We do know is that Myron headed back for the city sometime after twelve. And sometime after twelve is also when the cottage started burning. Then it's it's not really proof though no. That's why Myron not under arrest. He's a suspect. You could be one to me. You're joking. You've got a funny sense of. Motive. Another woman! According to myron anyway. But that doesn't matter. Because I saw you ten minutes after your white ducked out. I spent time with you. You couldn't have made it up to the cottage and time for the shooting in the burning. Not, after I left you, Oh, then you were joking. Just showing you how tricky these things can be. Anyway the main reason I came to tell you my jobs over. Wife's and. I walked out. He didn't see me to the dog. Loved to aided. The fact that she was dead, meant something. I got out into the street and started walking. Not Far. Somebody else's walking behind me. I stop. He stopped. This wasn't my idea of fun. But it didn't matter because still another guy showed up. He didn't notice either of it, but we noticed him I would after him. They hired man when after me? Must have made quite a procession. He turned off the pavement and walked into one of the small houses. They still keep in new. York City to prove at once upon a time. It was a nice place to live in I, gave them a few minutes and then. I waited for the doorbell to be answered. I scribbled a note on my card and dropping. Give the man following something come on. These. Police. Let's shut the door. I don't want. To, know impersonated the COP this. Mrs! Beck, who sounds? Like. Maybe you're embarrassed. By the way you duck me and Madame flurries this morning. I never did get to see how you looked in that red bathing suit. Terribly, late, it hasn't even begun to be laid Mrs Beck. I've got a problem bothering. According to the police in two fingerprints which never lie. This beck is dead I. You're not dead, are you? Know, which leads me to a very funny conclusion. You're not. Mrs Back. You don't think that conclusion is very funny I. Don't know what you want. What's your thing Ontario? Eddie Myron, said backwards, running after another blind. Your Blonde. So as Mrs back I figured he's still haven't. Maybe you were holding out for marriage. I would no I'm not asking. But back decided he'd have to get rid of his wife. Yoga or make a date with Eddie Marlin. She was scared I. Guess. So, we went to work. got. Hold of me hired me to go shopping with his wife. Got Hold of you got to pretend you worries wife until he could Duck Creek Deo kill his actual wife. Wait Myron left the cottage and discussed then set fire. Silly got back to the city by twelve. You were still alive according to what my testimony would have to be. Then you disappear. So I think becky couldn't have killed his wife. But he did. You prove it I'm not doing anything myron. Put himself at the scene of the murder at the time of the murder one. If. He'd killed the girl. He wouldn't have done that. Therefore the rest of his story has got to be believed. That leaves you. I followed back here. If you turned out to be someone I'd never met before fine. becks and the clear, but you're not. saw what else do I need killing Craig. They came out of the woodwork back. Why don't you introduce me to the lady who's going to hang with you? Excuse me they go hanging when. Stop It. I didn't know about his plans to kill Lila. He just told me it was a gag for a divorce a that's not bad any jury with men. This side of the on it go for that. Back it looks like you take it along, I don't take anything. I can take care of her. Only trouble is back. Getty Myron was worried about me. He trail meteoric place the trail both of us here. I dropped a note to him when I came in advised him to pick a good seat. He's outside that window. I'll take care of you. You. I wasn't lying. myron winged boy put. Police, thanked him. They tossed me a polite nod to. They didn't seem to mind finding the lost lady either. Headquarters would be a brighter place for a little while. I wouldn't be hanging around waiting for her to come out though. I don't like bathing suits. You're listening to William Goggin in another exciting transcribed mystery drama from the adventures of Barrie Craig confidential investigator. Story the Lost Lady was written by Liu Bits and there you have the announcer. Of course. Yes, that is Don Pardo June fourteenth, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three Berry Craig, confidential investigator. Right around classic radio. Theater, would you do me a favor? 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Lion Lo and behold I find out. I'm forrest. Says the footnote the Taurus. Girls get married very young. Far as I'm concerned now. I know why the sign is referred to as Taurus the bull. Believe me, I'm not getting any younger and every June. I look at the wedding announcements in the newspapers and you know something. My name is fair. And as far as Richard Rhinelanders concerned I've tried everything from pulling pedals off the days sleeping on a piece of wedding cake, all I ever got out of. It was a house full of ants. Not The only one who does a bit of moaning. Of June, even Irma's affected right now. She's looking at a picture of a June bride and the newspaper. The look on her face is a complete blank. Irma, yes, Jane! What's fascinating? Look what it says about this bride in the paper. When Miss Doors Alber walks down the aisle, she'll be wearing her great grandmothers lover around her neck. Let me, see this. Permit that's livelier. Got The other words right. Aren't. Just. Yeah lovely and lucky especially this one. Isn't she adorable? Yes, and our babies are cute to. Babies yes, an artist is drawn their pictures all around the bride's photograph. Those cupid's. If Richard, ask you marry him. Where would you go for the honeymoon? The nearest sanitarium for shock treatment. Albany, where would you like to spend your? Oh Allah has already made reservations. We're going to stay at eight to to wall. Street eight to to Wall Street or maize Mr. Clydes Office at eight to four. Yes, when we're on a honeymoon AL doesn't want me to be late for work. That's surprised me. Your wedding ring will probably have a built in alarm clock. Jane this is out. He's Irma just. Permits for you. Give a hint. It's the one person in the country who celebrates three hundred and sixty five holidays a year. Wow honey. And got a couple of free tickets to a show. How would you like to take Hark? I take anybody it will be you. Know Chicken. Hobby is a Broadway show. Would you go to the matinee this afternoon? Well chicken pick you up late and look chicken since we're going to the theater mingling with that classic crowd. That's going to stop. Sandwiches. By? O. Janice wonderful else. He need to see Harvey. We show is well. It's a comedy I haven't seen it yet. They say it's very good. It's about a rabbit called Harvey on. You can't see them no wonder else getting the tickets for nothing. Well, as long as I'm with Al, I don't care what I don't see. A wonderful. In June off Fellas seem wonderful includes my. Richie Practice saying I do, but so long that when I walked down the street, mumbling to myself, people say. Do you realize you're out of your mind and I say I do? Jane wouldn't be wonderful if the floor of us were married, live right next door to each other. Richard Coming home from. The office AL coming home from a hard bench in the park. But. It would be so nice for our children. The children thought of that I guess there would be. A Little Jane Little Irma would be asking little Jane. Questions all day. I won't have it. Jay Because I would want my daughter to be prematurely grey the age of four. You're just kidding Jane. Isn't that wonderful daydream like this? He have our judge. Propose by the wedding. Ring myself by your own wedding away all. No, you wouldn't. That's one thing I. Will you do so now? You may have to work after you're married, but you'RE GONNA start out like lady. G You know I can't wait to go to the theater. What did you say Harvey was about about a man with drink and imagine he sees rabbits. Me Professionally. My little dishes, one food for thought the other food for squirrels. Little. Joke I picked up in the. Morning. I! Came down here to get too little information is the word witch an adverb preposition well the word, which is a Pronoun Tori, maybe you. How do you WANNA use it. The Mrs O'reilly? You out an old rich. Besser. Why don't you stop teasing for Mrs Riley after all? She's the kind of person who likes to live and left. The things she lets live in my room. Why why don't you forget? Mrs? O'Reilly as landlady just think of her as a woman. But they had to stop it either way I. Find Myself Hating my own mother. What the older stuff for! Your Matt. Harvey. Yes Grigson imagine he sees man. Yes and pink psychiatrists. Come in. I love girls. They, professor. Mrs Iraq. No, please don't get excited Mrs. Set you girls. Look at you, think of a man who takes to the playground in the at night. Let's go up and down on a seesaw for two hours. I think that's very romantic. Well, that's what I thought. I got off and found a tighted the other end the board. I'm sorry Mrs Alley. Wasted by use of the. Do you think after how nice to me I could play a dirty trick like that done. Mr Riley. What did you do for? Just a few little intimate touches for his room. You know the leak in my bathroom pipe extent. Around And you know that old fashioned gas though I got the one the gas escaping from or she gain you a new stove. She gave me a gas mask. Well. This is all very touching. Will be here any minute. You better be ready to go all right Jane? Who Do you? Ask taking me to the theater to see. Oh. It's been such a long time since I've been to see A. Little Hot. To forget all that excitement and shooting you see. She was sitting right next to Mr, Lincoln. Ship. Owner I almost got came here for. Lips got called. The office and she wanted me to tell you the. Back again at one, o'clock Komo, Mrs, O'Reilly I'll take you to the movie around the corner. The showing do pictures today, the emperor volts, and the story of Your Life So, evil my love. Girls. Go to Lima Pakistan it'd be around that obnoxious girlfriend of yours calls. O. J. Why can't you get along with Amber Irma honey I I know she's one of your best friends, but tell me. Why is it the minute she gets here? She has to take off her shoes strut around barefooted. I would mind if for feet were shapely. The believe me if they had is each one of them could pass bearskin rug. That's not ambitious. Fault for her feet hurt her. You see she's employed in a brewery. She's a barrel kicker. Kicker yeah, she walks around the brewery barrels, seeing which ones are empty. Listen to those stories. She makes your friend, amber lip Scottish, just a clumsy lazy with a temper and I. Don't want anything to do this. Yes amber this is Jane. He WanNa talk to. What Why do I have to answer the phone? I happened to live here. Why do I have to live why? Give it to me Jane Hello. Amber, this is. How am I going to keep our living with someone beneath Me James Love Beneath Mitch lead right here in the same room. Thanks wrong. What is it amber? You sound excited. You can't tell me that you'll be right over. All right. I will leave goodbye. I wonder what she's so excited about. I don't know honey personally I. don't want to have anything to do with far as I've been searched. He's the car. Sis. Vocal person in the world. Never heard sounds so thrilled I. wonder what it can be probably wrestling gorgeous George next week. COMMU NOW Jane Hi Chicken. Hello L. Honey. Sorry, I'm late. Chicken was trying to interest a banker in my latest deal. Another one of your deals. When is it this time putting windows and cigar boxes selling for television sets. Nothing so. This is a special device to eliminate backseat driver. How do you do that ASS imple-? The car has to exhaust pipes. One of them goes into the back seat. Chicken, take my own off to the matinee. Can't go go. Why not well Ambra live Scottish coming over to discuss something important and and I promised I. be here chicken. After all the trouble I went to to get these tickets I'm sorry how such a shame to waste could see. Cain yes Jane in the past. You and I and had many differences, but this could cost based on heredity. Well in your family to be ambitious is considered the virtue. Family, it has come to be looked upon as Z. Outside of this slight difference Jane. Had And I've always hoped. It was sort of Youtube. Why are you driving at out? Well? I was wondering if you'd like to go. Outside of chicken, there is no one I would rather take. Ally? I never had anything personal against you and send you. Put it this way and it Burma WanNa Jack. Why won't you know what they say? Share the well. Well, what do you say Jane? Be Delighted. Let. Let me tell you I may not be able to take your long pocket. You like your boyfriend Richard Does, but believe me on our way to get a hot dog at the waterfront. We will cross pocket. This is the living history the by any. Yes, along chicken. When we get back, we'll tell you the whole plot. You don't have to have I trust you. 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Go to our American rights dot com brought to you by the American Media Council. An outstanding cast on my friend, Irma, not only Marie Wilson, but Kathy Lewis's Jane John Brown as Al Marie Wilson Boyfriend and you know John Brown who also played Digby Odell? Vo Friendly Undertaker also Hans. Conrad is Professor Pumpkin and Glory Gordon Portraying. The landlady a fun show more of my friend. Irma from June fourteenth, nineteen, Forty, eight here on Classic Radio, theatre. Here that Lady's The music for the stance of a lovely. And the violins whispering a beauty. Swan has that. That's important Swan Hill does give you something. No other so can offer. Swan differs from other sources. You know it does because you can feel the difference just by running your fingers over a cake and Swan. You can feel that extra smoothness. The direct result of Swan Super Dream Land and One term super clean. Feel that Rich Bill Away Swan. Lather a special that no other soap can give you because no other soap has gone super dreams bland. This one leather cleanses so gently stole thoroughly and then rinse away so completely that it leaves your skin looking softer. Smoother. Younger. Has you'll find out that the swan looked is a young. You'll teen beauty in your skin, so please don't forget. Ron Has Bats Super Green. You would Richard takes me to the matinee. He hails a cab picks up a box of candy hands me corsage. Watching the show from in the third row, but this is. So. He hailed a cab driver what time it was! Found out, we had time to walk. He picked tootsie. Roll handed me the rap earn. We ended up watching the show from the third balcony. Where we are sitting, not only harvey. The rabbit is invisible, but so is the cast. I must say allies enjoying himself immensely though he hasn't stopped smiling since he went to sleep. This whole thing is a mistake. I was FRY oh. Hugh Jackson. I don't like to interrupt your dreams, but I paid a dollar twenty tax on those free tickets of yours. I like to have you seen the show Sarah. Jane just can't keep away. Don't Dame's on the show. Last. You have chorus girls look Jane as much as I love chicken, I am still normal man. I'm prefer watching course an animal. I got the feeling that once. You've seen one rabid. You've seen him all. Talk No do by all means. Allows here to your roommate out, yeah! That's good I can't stand that snooty girl. You mind if I take my shoes off, it helps me to speak freely. Amber hope you have something important county because I passed up going to the theater with how have I got something important? You know my boyfriend Gerald the Jackie O amber. Don't tell you finally hooked him hype. Wound is the word. I got him clean, dressed and on ice or get married this afternoon. After the seventh race. Amber! I didn't know what to say out. To happy all thanks. Everyone's been surprised at the track. They gave a party for Gerald and me. They put us in the winner's circle draft horse horseshoe flowers around my neck and weighed me in. Sentimental. Tell me how you come along with al every time I I ask what's holding up our wedding? He says Magnon Ah. That Spanish for money. To tell me I went to school. On. Honey. Oh Hi Hello Hey. You Austin await, didn't you? Drive. To isn't easy were. Wait until you hear the wonderful news ambush getting married this afternoon world congratulations. was nothing he knew he'd have to do it sooner or later. Right crippling. What time does a wedding cake place at five o'clock at my apartment, and that's why I dropped by. You GotTa, do me a favor. Certainly ever. What is it well? I'm going to be tied up with the makers until four thirty so I wondered. If you take this fifty dollars with this slip to case, jewelry store and pick up my wedding ring. Glad to do you want us to come to the wedding? We'll of course I do honey. You're my friend and I don't care what kind of a wedding present to bring me just so long as united of it. We'll get the ring for you. Shall I bring Jane along to know thanks? They'll be enough crumbs around after we cut the wedding cake. Thought, we should try to understand jayme underneath it all. She's a wonderful person. That's where I'd like to see your underneath it all. Not Getting my way too long honey. Let's see what happens here. This is getting interesting June. Fourteenth thousand, nine, hundred, forty, eight, my friend Irma here on Classic Radio Theater. Don't forget if you miss a day. You don't have to miss a show. Just go to my web page over it. Classic Radio Dot Stream back in a moment. SEATTLE! Introducing the her journey around, the world started in are overflowing bathroom sink policy from American family insurance insure carefully dream fearlessly. Get a quote, find an. Visit AMFAM DOT COM for homeowners policy information. 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Start Your journey to better health today by calling one, eight, hundred, two, four, six, eight, seven, fifty, one, or by going to balance of nature dot com again that's balanceofnature dot com, and make sure to receive this special radio offer by using Discount Code USA. Thanks for joining us here on Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station. Now the conclusion of my friend Irma came fourteenth, nineteen, forty, eight fifty back. Amber gave that honey for the ring? I'll put it back on the table. You misunderstand. Chicken was merely thinking of getting the most out of this money rambler. Maybe I can get a better ring for less money and with a Dole I save we her wedding. And there's only one man who can help them. Who Else but hello? Got A problem want to pick up a wedding ring cheap. What shall I do? Shake hands listened McHugh. She's been on a diet. The ring is loose. At no no joe must be like. Stop calling you about things that legitimate is giving you a bad name voice. Understand your position goodbye noble. I look out. Forget about getting bargains. Let's just go out and get a wedding present fram version. Take Long Slip Grandma's ring. No, we might lose it. Leave it on the table until we come back. Chicken ti which we were getting married like Amber Gerald. Chicken oh Allah, if you if you knew how dream the day went, I'll hold our Senate my arms. Chicken. How do you know it'll be a boy? Oh. You don't know about those things you're so naive. I wrote to the stark. Fast. Food that's too bad I. wanted to tell him that I like the way she so the button on my shirt, but that I can't get the shirt off the table because you're so shirt, the. Well! You know this is Joan and Irma is very much. Love struck that before I left for the theater Emma was in such a romantic mood that she said how would marry her. She'd by the ring herself well, lots of people are desperate to get marriage. Amy Take Mrs O'Reilly she says I will marry her. She will have her face lifting. But I'm terrified that the thought of what they might find underneath. I know that are just exaggerating and she wouldn't. Oh my goodness. What's on the table? There? Kay Jewelers one wedding ring balanced fifty dollars. No, she said she would, and now she's done it. She's buying her own wedding ring. Show album area. Nature was very cruel to her gave us such a big heart. There was nothing left to put in her head. Well not going to get away with. This works too hard for her money to go spending it on a wedding. Heavens without wants to marry. Let him by the raid. Bank deposit this money right back in her account, but the bank calls no well I'll put it in the night depository professor. I'll see you later. This'll teach your lesson. Nobody here. How can you better get dressed? If you WANNA get in time, don't forget. We gotta pick up Amas ring all right now. For the ring is gone can meet. You. Can I come in with you. Gene, guess what happened I know what happened that money? You're going to spend on a wedding ring for yourself so this low ver could marry. You is back in the bank where it belongs. In the bank. And the bank is closed close. Why are you to acting as though someone had just gotten killed? We said that Jane. Sounds like a pretty good ringside. Description of what's GonNa. Happen to you. To me. What are you talking about Jane? That fifty bucks belongs to amp ellipse cut. It was for her weaponry. If her wedding is called off on account of your meddling, she may hit the ceiling. It'll be, would you? Know what am I GONNA do? I don't WanNa get involved terrible monster. Owe! If I can only get fifty dollars, you could get the ring. Let me see I, think I've got four dollars you're. How much have you got? What he twenty eight thirty to forty one dollar. mind. What have you got? going. Know Mrs Riley? Your Voice. She misses a rally. Have you got fifty dollars? You should have asked me this morning before I went to the beauty parlor. Spent all that money and the beauty parlor. It big I have to is I don't. Won't work. Come me. Well. I guess this is. Kids might as well get ready to face. Now it's a matter of time nothing more. On and I'm just sitting here. Waiting for the inevitable. Alanon has been very solicitous keeps humming and singing Jeremy. The. Thinking is a little worse than anything. Amber could do me. Ask for Allah's really concerned. He keeps glancing through my papers to make sure all my insurance policies are paid up. After five o'clock, and by now ambers either married without a ring on our way over here with murder in her heart. Oh. If only I hadn't put the money in the bank. By Jane Coming. Now look for. Let me you don't have explain, but that's the kind of person you are. What you don't have to talk, you just see those same thing. Dot Nacho enough with the ring. You didn't want me to be married. Now. Hold it amber. You stay out of this nosy. I'm saying is what makes you still clever psyche psyche? How did you know Gerald was already married to somebody else? I mean. You stay out of this. I'm so glad you didn't show up. An embarrassment and I'm so glad you didn't buy the ring if I told you about the money Jerrell gives me What what about the money? You? My worst enemy should try to pass that money it's of. Say That what you girlfriend in Lyon on the floor. I don't know. Jane I wish you would go to sleep when we have company. This is one time when I know how Irma Spiel all the time. Why because I have pulled the Boehner of Boehner's. Fortunately I got to the bank in the morning early to stop the counterfeit deposit and everything's taken care of, but it just can't stand being a position where Irma feels. She sympathized with me back I just go crazy. When says Oh Jane? Don't feel so badly about making a mistake. Sometimes I even say some things that aren't exactly brilliant. Not Really, oh, sure, but who cares six? Or Ten of another. All adds up to twelve. Twelve is just a little higher than the I. Q. of my friend Irma. My friend Irma presented by Swan another product of lever brothers. Company was produced and directed by CY. Howard tonight script was written by Howard. Park, Levy, folks next Monday evening, listen again to. Swan with my friend Irma. Starring Carey Wilson. Candy Lewis's Jane the part of Professor Kropotkin was played by Hans Conrad. Ladies Listen. The shortage of fats and oils is still very serious, and it's worldwide, so please keep on saving. Every drop abused kitchen fat. Your budget will pay you for every pound. Frank Beckmann speaking. Of Counterfeit, June fourteenth, nineteen, Forty, eight. My friend Irma here on. Classic Radio Theatre Balance of nature, changing the world one life out of time. The opthamologist for my eye exam I, usually go yearly is this. What are you doing and I told them about the nature. 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I'll Friday lomb discovered that the seat had been robbed, and as we look in on the old fellows today we find Squire skimp on the circus lag serves as their office and headquarters, talking to Lome from narrow conversation. The disappearance of the money is still a mystery. Listen. Or Rome dishes anxious to find stolen money as you are I. Don't want you thinkin entre. And nobody all I know is i. put the money in the Thursday night and you're standing right here. Friday. When I went to get it out and it was gone where yes, that's right with. That is no sign. That I took Heinsohn you did I'm just saying that me and you and atvs, the only ones that knows combination of that save and you know me and avenue ain't GonNa steal nothing from ourselves that. Area just the reason I'm anxious to get. This thing cleared up. Yeah me, too. You Abner Been Asleep and right here in a wagon wagonload. If I had to call in air, you surely would have known. Yeah. That's right and I don't know the lock on nine save ain't been tampered with tall, so whoever got the money bound to note the combination? Is it sure looks like it? Where did you get that faith on? He'd come with the circus when we taken it over. You ever seen a species character hanging around the wagon here in the last few days. I've known just us is all I. Mean not no strangers who don't know where what about federick. What about him where he hangs out around the wagon here more. Oh, it, amy. Cedric I know square he's is honest, as is on. What young away! heasley influence on somebody else Mayer to put him up to it, you know. I please centric don't even know the combination save. He couldn't open it if he wanted to. Well, he's been hanging around here quite a lot long and seeing you open it. He might a memorize that combination. Cedric memorize a combination. He Ain't through working on the twinkle twinkle little star yet. Oh Long East where I just assumed Taylor Hendrick quite the combination news. He couldn't recollect it long enough to get back here and things. No ways I'm trying to think of all the possibilities you WANNA. Talk to him. Ask him about it, but I know it ain't him. He has a hard enough time recollecting what day the entities we're on a case like this. Just about half to consider everybody guilty. You Reagan so I. Know About it never took it away. Didn't leave that what? I can't understand how anybody could have come in here and broke in this wagon an open to say even. Without Waking in one or the other of us up well, of course it might have been during the daytime Rahm. There is that possibility you know we always keep the wagon locked up less than mere abner ones right here with it or you sure about you either that or I leave somebody here with into watching firming. I know Friday morning. I was gone for a few minutes, left the north brother here to keep an eye on save. Laura's brother. Also careful about it. Here, on over here that mourns. They wanted to see me round back the big top right quick, so I got him to stay here away from. Our and gone more than minutes. No way where now. We're getting somewhere. What do you mean, square? At Villa ahead of pretty shifty I owning snow late I manage your fixing accused him. You're getting off on the wrong track. Here's what makes you thankful goals. In the first place, the north brother wouldn't know more think a stealing in would've fly and second and third blazey. Don't even know the combination to the safe, and we know that whoever took the money didn't know it. Folks like it let out all right. Of course it does flom. Are you sure you put the money into faith third tonight I? Sure I put it in. Wait a minute. You Ain't. No, why I thought to motto hit the money. Don't place also forgot about it? I've got proof that I put the money in the safe right after the show closed Thursday night. Got Proved right after the show is over the, nor was complaining about being hungry and I told her I'd take her over the town there Envir- somebody, but we come by the wagon here for me to put the money up I on account of didn't WanNa. Be Packing that much cash on me. And Did she wait out? Tried voyage. No, sir, she said right down that Sharon, seeing the open the safe and put the money in that shoebox, nine groove at her sold, or in here when you put them on up yes, or not improved by where loam wouldn't. It have been mighty easy for her to watch you work? The combination and income come back here now. Wait just a minute score. Discover rod where you're at. Don't you? Start using that little woman I haven't anything to do with it. Areas is fine, a little woman who's ever growed breath where I'm not saying that she did, it may just seems to me. Her name out of this I can tell you right now. She never had a thing to do with it. All right. Loma Germany, but we feel about it Dole. Right would leave directly the way I feel about it every time. Anybody's name has been brought up. You've tried to pint species Adam. I'm getting good entire. What's going on in here? Come on in abner about time to open up and take it off as long as a big crowd gather around the front of the tent there. Expect I better? Get out there and make my field on June. I'll be around their quickest. I get the money out of the safe for chain. Overhead and get the crowd gathered all all right. Hey, what's the matter? are down like he's arguing about something else now. He's trying to today's neuro was in one to taking that money out of the save well. What's as reason for saying? She done it who he's the only one that knows the combination outside I mean you and he's got a key to the wagon and more likely. He's reason. Maybe it's old, but I still don't think it was Hamlin. What got me more vicious than ever I've been cross-examining here SORTA and everybody's name that was rung up. He tried to make me think they was the ones that done it well. Maybe he would get interested in trying to help. But I've been trying cases in my gestures as a Peace Corps for failure years now they won't mind oceans on it when you see a better fighting these fingered everybody else using them. You Better Watch out for him. All. squires drawn lay. There's on everybody else's doorstep set and he's on. Cues nor very addy's. Swedish little moment you can't even force her to take a little favor. Hardly he can't. Just a shame that a pretty little thing like her has to go out and reform in front. All people in that were out costumer hers shadow with. It looks all right to me. All the spangles is getting rusty. things the shorter, but she'd never seen anything about getting a new one. Oh, I'm sure she would well, she wouldn't. I had to argue with her ten or fifteen minutes for CD. Her major men's. She wrote down. What for for a new costume, I watch her. She here. He's going to be surprised when she sees a new and ordered for. Yes, you more likely be over overcame. Just how much did this new costume cost? Not. Much Eh on recollect right now sixty dollars ninety dollars. How much did it cost alone I? told you I don't regret. Is Now the summers in that neighborhood? Though let's up pretty fancy neighborhood. Did you tell us more about this? No I shoulda. Here's business side. It's good for the show more of a invest. You might say yeah. He's might well anyway I don't like him using somebody likes a neuro. Taking that money and I told him so to. You said he's accused of everybody. Who else did he mention? Well, you just fame. Excuse me there once. More. No of is your i. put the money in. There already got up right then. Wait a minute. Hey, cedric, come here a minute. I WanNa talk to Sadri Squire was using him to. Watch, he never done it on. My course, not he don't even know the combination on their say. Well. Where were you going to drink? Why. I was gone whole, carton. No place I don't even know who just walking around shorter. Come on down. Aware standing I wanNA have a little talk with you this. What are you WanNa talk about? Cedric you might not have noticed, but there was money took out of the safe here either Thursday night or Friday or yes, ma'am. I note about that four hundred thirty dollars and seventy cents. Yeah, that's right. That's what it was. Yeah, you don't know who took it or nothing like that. will or he don't long. You know never took it noting reason you didn't myself. Saturday but there's another fellow around here that sorta accused and you have it. I wanted to cross them and use those. I proved him that. You don't know nothing about it. Small. Were you just tell us that cedric don't know nothing about it long, and you'd better get on. An Front to folks will be wanting to buy tickets on can't get into the show. To get my tickets and change together here. Run around front there abner entails choir to keep these going to get to. Hurry up now. Yeah I will. See now. Let's see if again recollect the combination. SORTA slipped my mind. Starts here at no, I know that there's bomb and around the right, the seventy and back to. Back, to back the twenty, yeah, twenty, in fact, a forty five recollect. And in. The seventy again. Yeah, that's right seventy. And that order over. Yeah got it. Take about twenty dollars per to wait a minute here, which motorists alone it's gone. It's gone again. Put Two hundred and eleven dollars in here last night. Somebody's robbed this safe again. Now wait a minute. It appears that cedric has a better memory than some people give him credit for. A. Air Long ways from the Johnnym down store right now, June fourteenth, nineteen, forty, eight lum, and Abner here on Classic Radio Theatre Visit Our web page classic radio. Dot Stream. If you miss a day on this station, you don't have to miss a program. 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This story you're about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent dragnet. This is classic Radio Theatre Guy. I was a communist. Light so. Everybody. Now. Here's your host why it talks. We go back to tune fourteenth nineteen fifty five. Jack Webb Ben. Alexander starring in dragnet the Big Fall Guy. Own! Ladies and gentlemen. or about to hear is true. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. You're a detective sergeant. You're assigned robbery detail. The owner of a small delicatessen reports that he's been rob, he says the thief casually walked out of his store and disappeared. Your job find him. Dragnet the DOCUMENTA drama of an actual crime. For the next thirty minutes in cooperation with the Los Angeles Police Department. You will travel step by step on the side of the law through an actual case transcribed from official police fires. From beginning to end from crime to punishment, dragnet is the story of your police force in action. Sunday! October ninth! It was overcast in Los Angeles. We're working the day. Watch out of robbery detail. My partner's Frank Smith, the Boston tickets. That Brown my name's Friday was on my way back from communications. It was three forty eight pm when I got the room twenty seven eight. Robbery. Robbery Friday. It is second. Pan. I go ahead, please. All right I haven't what happened. How long ago! All right right away, thank you. Guy came into a delicatessen run. Sunset took out a pretty big order. Sack full of money. Four fifteen pm Franken to small combination delicatessen grocery on the corner of sunset third, the owner of the store and Mr Paul Klee told us that the robbery had taken place approximately twenty minutes earlier. He said that the patrol car officer who had answered his call at left to make an immediate search for the suspect Gabriel real description I did yesterday you said that kept my wits about me all the time, young. Story I was studying him didn't let him catch on of course, but I was making mental. Note I wonder if you tell us just what happened Mr Capable. How's that? We'd like to hear about the robbery. Right from the beginning Oh checking up on me sir. Making sure I you. The same story I gave another cop on. So that's not the idea. I told him everything that wants to. We like here to. That's you ain't GonNa hear nothing different one he did. What would you tell US anyway? Well, if that's how you want it, is she? A CROOK? Fellow came walking into my store biggest life. Begun I was about twenty minutes ago wasn't who might be twenty one or two, but now depends on. How long been talking to me? Yes, what do you say when he came out? Bandit fellow? That's nothing. Nothing. That's what he said not a single solitary word I say. Even open his mouth just handed me an envelope. Yeah! Seal it was sealed up shop. Go ahead struck me as being kind of peculiar. What do you mean well? Lots of my customers being list of things as opposed to buy it. Don't know enveloped icing. My instinct show was right wasn't the grocery list as far from it presents note inside hand-printed is saying. Well. No one said. That would be nice Yasser. Take all of the money out of the cash register put, but the paper bag and hand it over. That wasn't all you want to hear the rest. If you would please, don't do any talking. Don't try to stop me. If you do I'll give you. The end of it. Do you still have this note Mr Klay? Pool idlewild Ashley and all the register. What we please well, that's up to you I guess. Other cops said I wasn't a handed on the of fingerprints. Try to be careful with it, so he might take. No chances destroy invaluable evidence. Well had it right the. Word for Word S. are you sure did after you read this? Note what to do Clay Pu? I Don just what a chance to give him the money from the registered. That's right for the paper bag and number eight, one, thousand, eight, hundred that that was the size of the bank. How much money did you give them? All the laws unable to fifty dollars most of it in bill. Most I'd say couple of Tansu four or five someones respites change right. What happened next fellow took the bank and the grid and walked out. Look real pleased with himself. Did you see where he went? Left the store guests there I mean after that turned down the street who get into a car I didn't see you didn't try to follow him. NOPE I didn't aim to stick out. My neck non figured that was up to you. Fellow. That's right mcclay pool enough. The Robert had a gun most. Did you see Haute? But that said he'd kill me if I gave them any trouble, yes. must've had a gun. If aimed to kill me, stands to reason yesterday. was there anybody else in here when he came in? Just me I don't do much business time noon and not on Sunday. Had you ever seen this man before. No, not directly I wonder if you could describe them for sure, I told you I give him a real good ones hold. Yes, Sir I always young fellow right around twenty I'd say Husky about five ten. Maybe ways one seventy. Not Attach understand you just Husky. What about his coloring well? I'm coming to that. Brown hair medium. Brown Kinda Gray is medium, complexion, remarks, scars know. How was he dressed? Pants DOT colored surge more than likely losers, a looked like it was part of a suit. Couldn't see shirt. They had on a sweater yellowish with of them. Callers choke show. What's Eh if it's all around your neck? Like sold turtleneck sweater? What was that what you call yesterday? Well. That's right good name. That's just what it looks like. Turtle poke nodded his neck. Anything else you can tell us about this man. What do we got in mind? Anything that would help us identify well could real funny almost like he didn't know what he was doing. Kind of look at me funny to. Know How to put it into words exactly. One of command the City Hall for a few minutes. Michigan Label City Hall Yeah, so we like a mugshot saving and make an indication force well, that'd mean closing the store or we'll take very long. Well Oh, I guess, it will help. Catch this. Follow appreciate appreciated. Excuse me Sir. Labels out. I'll that? Who? Friday that's for US A. Oh a are. Thank you. This Friday. That's right. How long ago. Yeah I got. Well! We won't need you. Downtown. Just yet will change your mind. Yes, you're. What's that flower shop will run phone. Yeah, sounds like the same guy. Franken I, told Mr Klay. We check with them later we'll have. The delicatessen drove out to the bringer floor shop on Fountain and Selma Four Forty Two, pm we. The victim is Norma Devereaux. She seemed to be extremely agitated. She told us that a man had walked into the store about four thirty, and gave her a sealed envelope. She showed us the note the envelope, but contained and appear to be a duplicate of an old Mr Clayton will have been given this man saying I think to Mistero. I don't remember I. Don't think so. Did you say anything to him? I was too scared how much money to take. I gave him all. It was everything the register. Honestly, but about. How much would you say? I'm not sure you see I. don't work. I was just helping out. The store belongs to my sister and brother-in-law. To take their children for a ride this afternoon, so I said I'd look to shop. Never should have offered I might have known something like this would happen I'd had a funny feeling all day long. It's a bad week for me anyway this whole week. According to my horoscope. and. You don't have any idea. How much money was stolen. Mistero I don't think it was very much a few bills and some coins. Do you happen to know what day this is. The date I mean this is the mind and I I might have known. She said to be especially careful on the ninth and the eleventh white and I pay more attention to that last reading. It certainly cost me enough. You notice where this man went when he left the shot. Did you notice where he went all? I didn't pay any attention. I was just so relieved that he was gone. You described before us, please. Well! I'm trying to think. It just comes up a blank face everything about him I was he dressed? Terribly. Sorry I just can't remember we can help you. Was He wearing a kotor sweater. That's right a sweater I. Remember the sweater. Wasn't. Lightish I think I'm not sure. What kind of a sweater would you call it? Just a sweater I guess how about his hair? Is. At several. Well. There's one thing I don't know whether it would do any good or not. As man I feel like such a fool, not being able to remember where it was or when, but I'm almost certain about. That I've seen him before. Franken I continued to question the victims. She insisted that she had met her seen the suspect sometime before the crime, but she was unable to recall the circumstances. Five! Thirty API, we drove both victims down to the city hall and ask them to go through the mud books for the purpose of identifying the suspect. In, eastern other books, yes, ma'am. Thank. You're sure have enough of them. Only think for what. I signed before. I get you folks from coffee. House like a right good idea about you. Would you like some coffee to? Deborah that's. That's IT I. Remember now his face everything about him. It's the same man I'm positive. It was when you mentioned coffee. That's what brought it back to me Ma'am I just. Wasn't you saw this man? Let's see. Last week when I went shopping for a new co Tuesday. Yes, that's when it was Tuesday I was having lunch the fairway cafeteria in Hollywood well. It was crowded and sitting alone. He came by and ask if he could use the same table gland I nodded, and he sat down. I didn't pay any attention to him. Not really I just went on and finished my lunch. He was still eating when I left anything else. You can tell us about him I. Think. He had on the same coast. He was wearing today the sweater anyway. I remember the sweater real plane now. This was the same manner Raja Oh. Yes, I know why, sir, that'll help wanted my remembering where I saw I'm. I'll bet. He eats there all the time at that same cafeterias man. We'll check on that. Oh, he does I feel certain of it. You'll see surged. It was think that made me go under that restaurant, and it was fate that made him sit at my table. Was all part of a big plan meeting like that and then him robbing me. Today was part of a big plan so that you could catch him. Yes, that's right and you will catch him. Don't you worry about that? You'll catch. Him Fades against him well. It makes us even than what we. Now that you remember seeing suspect performance devereaux confirmed Paul Klee booze description. We asked the victims to continue going through the mud books. They weren't able to come up with an identification. Sixty one PM Franken I drove him home and we went off duty. Next Day October tenth ten five Am. We interviewed the day cashiers at the fairway cafeteria? They couldn't recall any specific customer who answered the suspect's description? Levin Forty Six am. We went back to the office? Robbery Friday. Well thanks anyway. Sloan! Says, he can't give us. A lead from those notes were printed. About nearly nights to them with me where you WANNA go. I don't care how much you the main difference to me. We'll suggests them. I told you doesn't mean difference. I don't know why it always has to be up to me. where, we why don't you decide once in a while all right fine? Let's go to that new Chinese place on Broadway for launch. Will. Why not you don't want Chinese food for lunch I don't. What do you got in mind? Mine. And end up making the choice. Sure is a problem, isn't it? 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Who told you that? Tony, who stony. That's all I know him by Stony. Collecting money for him. And you expect to buy that, too, don't you? Know I guess. Why don't you try giving us the truth? When look now may I'm not the brightest guy in the world, if I was I wouldn't in this mess. Come to you and my own accord deny all. Maybe you got scared. Maybe figure, go easier with you gave yourself up is not. A I can't blame him for thinking that. Show was dumped trick. Why'd you do it? Then because I didn't know 'cause he told me it was just a job. I was doing. Stony told you yeah. Yeah, that's right. Now, let's hear your way. You know well, you know He. He said he worked for kind of collection agency. You know where they go after the deadbeats. He said he had to have somebody to help him. Only part time with the pay would be good. Offered me to work. On ETA steady job lately. Sound kind of good to me. Go ahead. Well I suppose to meet him yesterday afternoon. Three o'clock picked me up in front of the place where I live now. Goma pass at grocery store parked around the Corner Gimme envelope, and he told me take greenside. Hand it to a fellow who worked there. He said I was to make sure. Nobody else's in the store on a county. He didn't WanNa make the old feel bad by collecting the debt in front of somebody else you know. So done what he told me. Give, the old guy note you give me the money and I took it back to stoney. Where was he while? You're in the store? Around the corner like I said. Why didn't you go in with? You wanted to see if I could handle it myself on my own. You know that's what he told me Well, then we. We drove over to that. They're flower place. Same routine. Yeah, only this time I got kind of suspicious you know. She acted so scared. Lady didn't seem to me that having to pay up dead. Make somebody so scared I told Stony afterwards. He said it was just act that they all put on like that Well I. Didn't exactly believe him so next place we stopped opened up. The envelope for went inside. Now Dan Ok-. You know well. I didn't know what to do. Finally. Back to the car and I really told him off stony. I told him I was a new thing I told him he had to return all that money. When he say he just laughed at me. He said our biggest pigeon. He ever met I said he didn't take back the door I. Go to the COPS. He told me you throw me in jail at you. Never believe a word I told you. What happened in? Got Out of the car, I said I wasn't a crooked was gonNA. Make me be one. Heading right for the police station and I. got to thinking I seem like maybe he was right that nobody would believe a story like this. So I went home. All Right? Why did you come in today? Well. I didn't sleep none too good last night. Kind of worrying me what I'd done I figured. Maybe he'd find some other sucker like me and pull that same stone over again. I didn't want him to get away with it so. I decided to take my chances on you guys. I'm going to get a short count Emma. Stone lives. No. He never said not to me and you don't always last name either Oh award UMEDA. Henley's Jim or on Olympic I. Hang out there sometimes. You fight. or Some about you. How'd you? Get acquainted well. I. Don't know it just start talking one day last week. He come in for steam bath and afterwards. We're both watching some of the guys workout. Here's there again on. Saturday. That's offered me this job. Kind of a is he drive Chevy Sedan. Coupe hardtop last year's model. You know the license no. Pay No attention. wouldn't matter if I. Did I remember and things? Can you tell us what stony looks? Why is a big fella? Shop Dresser Allergy thirty, five, maybe forty. What color his hair short read anything else scars anything like that. No. That's the whole story Yeah you didn't know you were robbing those stores. You didn't have any idea honest. I sound crazy, don't. Does Joe Nazi from. Right there till you okay okay. We're done expecting us to fall for line like that live. Once he takes for I. Don't know. Couldn't be true word. Heckuva this. Such darn full starring. John just can't help believing allure though do I. Uh Franken I continue to interrogate the suspect. He maintained his innocence and we were unable to shake him. We ran the name Harvey Tilden through. They had nothing on them. We also ran the name stony through the moniker filing. We came up with two possibles. We pulled mugshots and show them to tell them. He tentatively identified one of the photos James Brightstone, but he wasn't positive. We telephone bright stones last known address, Small Downtown Hotel. They told us he'd moved during the summer, and they had no idea of his present whereabouts. We. CHECK DMV and our own vehicle records. They reported that a late model Chevrolet was registered and bright stones name. Arby Tilden was held in custody for further questioning. 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Franken I talk to the man George, gently pointed out he readily admitted that he James Brightstone. He also admitted knowing Harvey Tilt Them. He said he'd spent the previous afternoon in his room at the Jackman. Hotel. We telephoned the hotel, but the Clark was unable to confirm bright stones alibi. Five. Thirty one PM we drove a suspect down to the city hall and continued aren't irrigation I look. Why don't you guys tell me what it is you WanNa know. Spell it out real big litters, and I'll give you the answer same size. Where were you asked? Afternoon thought we already covered that. Let's go over it again. Okay, boy! I was in my hotel room while a clerk doesn't back you up? What does he say I wasn't there? What was the last time you saw? Him Saturday over the gym, not yesterday. Jim is an open on Sundays tilting lives. No, you pick him up rooming house yesterday, didn't you can? Why would I be picking a crime up like that? Did you offer tilting the job? Whole pretty funny. WHAT'S THE JOKE I? Ain't GonNa jump myself. Did you ever take them for a drive? Boy I'm telling you the only place. I ever see the guys Jim. Yeah, he knows what kind of car you got all make and model well. Maybe I didn't see him I. Love This Still Valley's screwball. Don't even know what time it is. Whatever we told you can forget it. All are couple of things we can't forget. Telling says you put them up to robbing stores yesterday you can. He says you hired him to work for you to collect some past due bill. This kid is really office rocker, isn't he? Maybe Well, as is supposed to be what he was doing me, these favors outside and your car waiting for 'em. Go Boys. You interest me well. That's about it and you'd pick up a guy in a phony story like that. It look I'm getting Outta here till at the only guy who sit down brightstone. All right jokers prove any part of it. We're GONNA try to like know how we got a team out right now, checking neighborhood of both robberies. If anybody saw your car on those stores yesterday afternoon, you've got trouble. I got news for you. Guys that don't matter where I was yesterday. You can't time into these job. We'll see matter of fact I'll give you a hand. I might have been driving around those stores yesterday. Is that right? Yeah, come to think of it I went for ride along about two. o'clock slipped my mind before. You're not that I. Know where Tilden pulled his heist your Doda. Sure, of course, then what makes you think you were in the vicinity? Saying might have been. Just where who knows it took me a real long time. Do you leave Your Hotel two o'clock? Maybe what time did you get back later on much later? All Right I. Tell You what I'm GonNa. Give you guys a break. Good now. I know you can keep this up for seventy two hours and I got more important things to do so. Let's get it over with. Up to you, okay! Okay. Tell them was given square. He was just the. dumbest pigeon ever ran into. Yeah, go ahead. Let's. You got it now. What are you gonNA do about it. What do you think? If you're smart, Termi loosen Let me. Give you a little advice. Free, so tilden was a fog I already admitted to you guys. But to nobody else anybody else asked me I. Deny it the whole thing, so you might as well play smart. You figure on sticking me with this rap. You GotTa have a signed confession. I ain't GonNa give it to you. Well now. MAYBE WE WON'T EAT IT boy. You got the biggest rocks in your head. Children was in those stores I wasn't. He took the money I. Didn't you go into court? You come and dumber and he does. It's my word against his. You'd think anybody right? Mine's going to believe this boy. You think he'd stand a chance to convince the jury. Willie might. Chad's. CONVINCED US The Star you just heard is true. The names were changed. Protect the. On January, eighth trial was held in Department Ninety Eight Superior Court of the State of California in fall, the county of Los Angeles the District Attorney failed to issue a complaint against Harvey Tilden James Hill. Brightstone was tried and convicted of robbery and the second degree to counts robbery, and the second degree is punishable by imprisonment and the state prison for not less than one year. You have just heard dragnet the series in both cases from official files. Technical advice comes from the Office of Chief of Police W. H Parker Angeles Police Department of Technical Advisers Captain Jack Donahoe Sergeant. Marty wins Sergeant Brazier. Heard tonight where Ben Alexander Vic Rodman for Gregg Eddie firestone script by Frank Burt Music by Walter Shuman Hal gibney speaking. June fourteenth nineteen fifty five dragnet on Classic Radio Theater are us. Constitution is amazing. It's full of what's called. 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It's just a pain in the neck. Worth, a half million bucks, because he was fool enough to write an insurance policy on your life, but not to me my brain on you as a fast three cents. Give it a couple. Sure and that's why I'm here, but yesterday, when I tried to get you to cooperate, you called it a practical joke. About now. No! Cost bullet you last night and scared. The living pants off of you well called. Captain Baramulla the police. Look I need another hour sleeps. Don't fall in my room again before nine o'clock good bye. Tonight and every Weekday Night Bob Bailey. And the transcribed adventures of the man with the action packed expense account. America's fabulous freelance insurance investigator truly Johnny Dollar. From special investigator, Johnny Dollar Location Ensenada Mexico. To the Home Office Union states casualty. Company, Hartford Connecticut's assignment. The laughing matter expense account continue. WHO. Tend Fifty Cents Room Service on a glass of orange juice. Another hours sleep was out of the question, just hearing his voice on the phone left me to man to relax. One of America's most popular comedians living legend. And yet his whole cast the people down here with him on location hated the ground he walked on. Personally? I was on this side. What? was to protect his life from some unknown enemy who sent him a threatening note? And last night, the threat had become action in the form of a shot fired from the darkness. It was my job to see that the killer didn't get a second chance. And that's what I was being paid for and the fact that Charlie Burton class-a. A stinker was irrelevant. Frank malts executive producer of the Charles Burton show, and practically the only early patron of the hotel breakfast Rome was sitting at a table alone. Warning Johnny, I left him sitting in almost the same position at two o'clock in the morning. Only the table then was in a backstreet Cantina in town. He was apparently remembering avoided my eyes until the waiter brought my coffee and gone away. I guess. I made quite a fool of myself last night. I was A. Nice of you ask Johnny. Let's good coffee. Oh. You've been making the rounds last night. For whatever reasons and you feel like talking, but I I wouldn't call that making a fool of yourself all right, thanks. Silver enough when I left you. Should you just sat there and let me talk it? Where'd you go anyway? I came out of the CANTINA. Later you disappear captain. Parral police picked me up in a pro car. He'd located at made from the hotel here. We went home and talk to her so. Well For the moment at least you and Al and Gloria dealer apparently off the hook. Oh, the made says Burton was always annoying her. Whenever she was on duty, he was. I told them to lay all her husband found out and came out here to the hotel yesterday evening I saw him and his wife arguing out there on the terraced after dusk. But I didn't know what it was all about at that time. Anyway. That's the last she saw he didn't come home last night and he's still missing. I just talked to parral on the phone. I've got half the police force looking for a new figure. He's the one who took a shot at Charlie. Last night China adds up, doesn't. I guess so. I hope they find him. Johnny before he finds Charlie again I'd hate to see a board that'll take a rep for killing allows who isn't worth an and I you mean well the chances are they didn't neither one of you. Fellows ever get the bed last night for long morning I'll oh, goodness, frank look, awful man, you must the slept on your face I looked the same as I look every morning. Want some breakfast and our thanks. I'm skipping going to try to get dip net pool before a blubber tummy uses out of his featherbed. I don't think he'll be using the this morning. Not If you remember is what we're shooting today, said castaway sequences, and we'll get that first, but later this afternoon at the light on the water is okay. I want to get those shots at him swimming ashore. Good keep him on retakes till he gets waterline. It's kind of a slapstick desert island thing johnny. You, see Charlie, and is supposed to have been on his yacht, and it sank and I just disappear, but some stop shots at Charlie swimming like crazy in shot of a deserted South Sea Island, and finally Charlie comes crawling up onto the beach. That's the sequence. We're going to shoot this morning. I see, he's pooped. He's dying. You know then I step out from behind a Bush and I'm wearing a full dress, suit, white tie and tails. He thinks he's crazy or something. It starts building from there then. At the East thirsty see so I reach into my coat and bring out a soft drink and ice, cold bottle and I open it and give it to him. It says cut quality beverages on the bottle COTR. Yeah, so Charlie, is it any good and I say it's cut man and he says so nice. Say So. It's got to be good. So Johnny it's out and out slapstick, but it works pretty well on camera. Keeps building you see I, keep producing things out of the bushes, a table and chair, tablecloth dishes and silver caviar bottle of wine roast Turkey then a string quartet, and finally a line of dancing girls, and the payoffs shaggy dog. He says look. We were shipwrecked together. How you doing all of this and I say it's easy. I got a cousin in Congress. It's a lot better on film. Johnny a lot better than it sounds stripped down this way. Yeah well I'm not exactly a fan of burdens. He's got some good stuff. And this missed MR dollar. In fact, he's got all the good stuff. I'm in their forced to feed him the lines as usual of course. If I ever get a decent role in his show, I'll drop dead all relay A. Show. That's not funny. Addy's I said. It's not funny. You thought it was when you did it on the show last month May I. Remind you that your service is going to be easily dispensed with good. Fire me how? I could get out of this lousy contract with you could start on the. Tomorrow and at five times. What's your opinion? I think it easy. By all main, they'll set me up in my own show, and they'll put it in a timeslot right opposite yours and three months Charlie I could bumpy a clear off the screen. You don't say how beat it. Okay Frank. Sar You to get caught in the crossfire Mr Dollar. Nothing personal forgetting. See You later gentlemen. You'll be on that set in the half hour, not a minute later. Yes, sir. You certainly are one big happy family, aren't you? That was a nobody when I picked them up a wrong charlie. That kid is a real talent. Kneel at this C.. You'll see what I have to deal with. He's done as much for this show in the past years. You have you see. I'm forced to live in the very presence of Miami. Who made them your enemies burden look? My only concern has always been the welfare of those less fortunate than myself. Those who depend on me for their professional careers in their lively understand. There's some difference of opinion about that well, let's envy nothing but envy. Would you like some more coffee joining? No, thanks I've had about all. I can stand syllabi. May I ask what you're doing to protect my life Mr Dollar. If anything all hyped taken the usual routine precautions teen I demand more than routine from me. You don't demand anything I'm working for the insurance. Company. Complain to that good good. Why don't you cancel your policy at the same time then I can get off. This assignment couldn't cancel it if I wanted to. My sponsors wouldn't allow it. It's for their protection, not mine. I know that. I think you'd like to see me murdered on. You're wrong there. That would mean I'd lousy up an assignment and I. Take Pride in my work, but you wouldn't care personal a. No comments demand protection from the local police. You've already got it. Captain. BARRAL had two men on duty the last night after that shot was fired. Watching your room I didn't see them didn't intend for you to see them relaxed Burton. If the worst does happen, ballistics can probably identify the killer after we get the slug out of your body color. This is no laughing matter. then. Why did you treat it like one? Why did you tear up threatening letter? Why didn't you call the police in right then? Why didn't you cooperate with me yesterday when I got here? Why the Devil Jamaica Pass at an eighteen year old girl in the first place and get her husband out gunning for you. You mean you know who's trying to kill me. If it's any satisfaction to your Burton, just in case he gets passed as you probably have been killed by a man named. Joe Morales is wife is a made here at the hotel as you no doubt know. That little. Native Yeah. That little native girl looked. Both of you know. I was wrong I. Admit it I. Just lost my head. I guess when a man's under pressure all this time as I am doesn't always think straighten on I didn't mean any harm toward her ab. It'll be able to convince not your that if he waits long enough to listen. Don't don't please I I know you hate me all of you but. I'm not as bad as you think you just don't know. The load is star has to carry. Why don't you tell us about it? You Frank? You don't think I'm being fair without you think I'm holding him back. Not Getting a chance while you're wrong, I'm actually carrying him teaching him things. I've learned over the years. He knows quite a bit Charles, so you don't believe me. You don't think I know what I'm talking about. Let all right. All Right, I'll show you. Alison written down today's sequence. He said that I. I had the great role. You heard him say oh. I'll trade with him. You mean that yes, I mean. Let them change any line. He wants to fit his style. You can play at any way he likes. I'll take that role he says is so bad and I still come out to stall right all right all right. Charlie we'll have a go at it. Fine I'll see you on the set. An somebody manages to kill me I. The morning gentlemen. I never thought I'd live to see the day. Yeah, that's shot. Last night must have really shaken them up. All of that kid will make him look sick, Johnny. He doesn't know what he's in for. His way to find. Johnny. I've been thinking about something you said that made Morales's wife. Does she speak English now? Just Spanish what about her husband? Same deal only Spanish. Well, but the no johnny, the Murder Threat Charlie got that was written in English. Yeah I know. In an. Sea Island set built on the beach the far end of the bay. The technicians and the rest of the cast were already there when I arrived, and they started shooting fifteen minutes later. Gloria Deo wasn't in the sequence, so she slept in at the hotel. Some of captain paroles men Ron hand on the lookout for not marines, but he didn't show. By three in the afternoon, they were nearly finished. They shot the last seen once, but malts decided on a retake. So. How sat down again at the fully table on the beach, and they started to roll and poured himself another glass of colored water from the prop wine bottle and began to carve the roast Turkey. WHAT EXCHANGE LINES WITH BURTON? Then suddenly Al Mist Q. Folded, online and molds cut the cameras Al Push back on the table, stood up slowly than staggered and fell. I rushed toward push through the crowd was gathering and kneel down beside. But he was already did. Now. Here's all star to tell you about the final intriguing episode of This Week Story Tomorrow, a frantic game of musical chairs with every player desperate because the loser in this game gets the electric chair. Join US, won't you? Yours truly johnny dollar. 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