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"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

06:00 min | 2 months ago

"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"That i thought was sort of fun to watch if not hilarious Was the bit where he first goes to Department in she's like you know make the type of drink. I like the music that i like on the piano in late. I like all the setups. But it felt like the payoffs weren't as funny as they should have been. Yes you remind me to ask you a question on him. Write it down but was the jug of that scene that he didn't know how to play piano and then magically learnt it or the like because he looked pianos if he was worried about playing chris. Eric augustine guys over there and start playing the boogie. Woogie so if she said he was playing. So i mean could he play or did he just know how to do the type of music that would be popular in like Burlesque calls which was what he was familiar with. I i didn't get it. Whatever that joke was absent. I i will say i was very amused by its depiction of burlesque halls. Where it's like it just all these guys sitting there staring at the stage while he's like in a clown suit doing bad comedy. I'm like what a weird nineteen fifty s so fascinating to me a strange because some of the physical comedy in that scene was quite fun like game making the hammer on the hook on the wool and some of the clowns stuff was kinda cool shooting the jacket moving along the floor was kind of funny. But i couldn't imagine watching an hour of that i as a state show. I think i'll walk out of my money back. So you're saying you're not going to After this recording to start watching. Bob hope comedy specials on youtube. What was funny to say. No i really am just not going to watch. Stand on that note. I think we should pave over to the noc list Cam is this your favorite wife. Who no it is not. It's totally painless..

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"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Sequence at the end the stunt sequence on the fire engine which i actually thought was remarkably good because the movie did not set me up for a really really strong setpiece while i enjoyed the fight. Heady lamar bob. Hope it was fairly small sequence within the within the context of the film whereas the engine whole finale thought was actually really strong. I was wondering why we didn't have more bits like that throughout the movie like. Why is the movie ninety five percent. Bob hope quips with like this thrown at the end. Why why not have some more really grand set-pieces throat the movie. Because i think it would have actually done a lot for the energy level. You had a moment there. Where bob hope is stuck in a tree and hitting them are circles around within this fire engine and the ladders like held up way high up up in the air and he liked grabs hold of the ladder from the tree like goes flinging out of the tree. I burst out laughing. That was the funniest moment of the movie for me. And i will just say. Stunts wrote the sequence fantastic. Yeah that's really good. I was actually picked me up. Because i was quite down on the film by that point. It's like oh they're actually outside in the real world driving around the natural location somewhere which is nice to say it had like a buster keaton sort of energy where it's like that physical comedy. There's actual stunts going on and there are stuntman. Used several times through this movie. Every time bob hope goes to do a pratfall. The camera cuts. And you see clearly a stuntman. Take the fall. And those are clunky. But within this sequence. I thought it worked really. Well i but you are right that like seeing where he grabs back onto the ladder and like goes warp speed down the road. That did make me laugh. I can think of you're right. That was hilarious. I don't even know if it was supposed to be as funny as it was. It was just like them. Clearly hauling. I guess a dummy out of a tree like a hundred miles an hour or speeding up the film or something. It just looked hilarious. Yours really funny scene. Heady lamar trying to try and bring the land back down and just rips the handle out and contracts at the camera like that's one of those four four breaking things that you do get which was i suppose choice. Was that something they didn't those days. Yeah you would see people doing fourth while breaking the marx brothers especially grow. Show done that for sure. And it was something that was kind of stand of comedians of the era. Yeah well i'm putting it in order for a life size. Pull down version of a photo of may but in the meantime counted. You have any thoughts about the film and find foods. I have a few. I wanna just touch on. We've touched on. I think the big moments in the movie but there's a few elements. I'd like to just ask your thoughts on one is bob. Hope is the thing about growling. He does it a lot through the movie. Did it ever make you laugh like did it ever amuse you anyway. I think it was one of the parts. Actually while me up really. He's like constant like growl and whistle. It was like a twitch. Yeah he would just do it. The end of the sentences and it on earthy doing is if you have to fill the silence..

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"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:44 min | 2 months ago

"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Using her a lot for just kind of romantic appeal through the movie like It's not hard to sell an audience. Bob hope would be a one over by heady lamar like With the movie we understand the point. It's trying to make. And i mean it's a lot of like this is very clearly a movie star like she looks like a movie star. The second she shows up on the screen. You get that moment where she's in the back of a car and the way she's revealed is like holding her hand out to light a cigarette. The bob hope has in his mouth and it's just showing her hand and then. The camera runs up her arm to kind of showcase this movie star that they have in their picture. And i agree with you. Her driving in the Everything to do with them dressing as firemen going down the polls. Not those are the moments. I wanted more of or also even later in the film. She has a fight scene with bob. Hope where she's really angry at him in his chasing him around the room like kicking him and throwing things at him smashing over the head with a vase to me. I'm like this is actually funny. I was actually chuckling at a couple of moments of that whole sequence. I wish we had more moments like that. I know we're talking about things we'd lights but that's one of the critiques i made in my nose was like boggy section in the middle and that's more away most of the spifer happens. Funnily enough is where the microphone cut into. A is where the exchange happens but the lively parts of this film on the beginning and the end and the kind of get you through it. But it's interesting that the best bit is the bit has the most amount of hetty lamar. Yeah you can feel the energy sort of sag once she disappears in that middle section because she shows up early on makes quite an impression on the film. You get like a musical number with her. You get dance number with her. And bob hope like it's all working. It may not be laugh out loud hilarious but there's a chemistry there. At least i know. I felt the chemistry there and the movie. Just kind of feels a little more.

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"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"So like heavy lamar. And as well you know george. Nato her you know co worker on this project had a very significant impact. On the way we live and she made off of this The patent kind of lapsed in the navy used it quietly afterwards and never gave her any credit for it and it wasn't until later in her life that She was inducted into the national inventors hall of fame. That was actually after she passed. That was posted. Lii and in nineteen ninety seven. She was the first woman to win the inventing oscar which is an award given out by the invention convention and it was four efforts creating this sorry. I was just laughing at the the invention convention. But that's just the best on anything i've ever heard. Isn't that great honey. I'm off to work. Oh where are you going the invention convention so it's just like i find her fascinating case where you wonder what could have been like. She was a successful actress and she worked a lot for her. You know time period. As was so often the actresses of that era they just kind of stopped working in the in once they kind of get around the s and that's entirely the way the studio system worked in that era was facing out actresses once they got to a certain age very cruel reality for actresses of that era and even nowadays to a certain degree. Things are slowly changing. But there's limited roles for actresses of a certain age even nowadays so very much fell victim to that but clearly someone that was just judging from the book and the documentary a force of will just in terms of personality. So you know her. Life was not easy. It was often very chaotic. You know the six marriages. She did not get along with studio heads. She is a very dominant personality and later years were pretty unhappy. A lot of just lawsuits scandals. Just general depression probably issues like that so fascinating figure. And i'm just curious. I was not that aware of her filmography. Not so long ago. I'd seen samson and delilah that was about it and since then i've watched films like strange woman which is really good and the dishonored lady. But not a lot. I watched also algiers. Which was kind of a breakthrough but scott. You said you'd never really heard of her. Like i can kind of understand why her filmography is not held up and it. It really makes me.

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"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:35 min | 2 months ago

"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"But i don't think i'll go watch a whole movie. Rodney dangerfield jokes. Back the school's pretty fun but yeah i mean. Comedy is always pretty heavily tied to its era a a lot of time. You do get those timeless comedies. That endure those are the special cases but for every asami about mary. Well for every you know some like it. Hot from the fifties there's countless my favorite spies. That were you know reasonably popular people went and saw and then forgot. And that'll be the same for all the comedies happening. Now you know the one stick around but most of the move vanish. You talk about the genie. Impersonating rodney dangerfield. The genius also impersonated bob. Hope in that nineteen ninety two film. Which i'm sure that that really cracked me up. When i was eleven years old. What does he do. I don't remember. But he does show up as bob hope in in the film fair enough. Well i want to talk about selling my favorite bits of film. But i know you wanna talk a little bit more about boko heady limbaugh. I know you've been doing some research on headier. I believe yeah. Well sort of after that documentary. I watch bombshell which again i recommend people checkout. I picked up this book. It's called beautiful. The life of hetty lamar written by stephen michael share and it's a pretty exhaustive account of her life in hollywood. And the documentary bombshell delves into haiti. Lamar's scientific Background where she was sort of a self taught inventor Someone with no real formal education in the sciences but had a real knack for learning quickly. Like my guess is if you were to test heady lamar. Nowadays she was probably like a genius level. Like you in everything you hear about is how quick on the draw. She was how she would think way ahead of a lot of other people in the room and she started doing inventions fairly early on in her career. And so she worked on the equivalent. Of what we would think of is like You know the dissolve -able powders into drinks She was working on It's kind of like me. Mio powders or whatever crystal light packets things like that and she was working on one for cola. That didn't really pan out she also Thanks to howard hughes helped redesign airplanes..

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"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"I totally understand that point. And i suspect this may be had to do with budget. Just having to bob hope's runaround gets quite complicated. Technically as well as if they're going to try to show the two of them on screen at the same time I just don't know that they were gonna pay for that. Especially you know you. Think of like nineteen fifty one technology of trying to make that work. If you did it now it could totally work. But there was points where What would he finds the body of you know his dapo ganger the evil dapo ganger and it's very clearly not bob. Hope yeah i i. The version i washed wasn't exactly high definition but even then i could see. It was clearly just some guy dressed. The same was not a white guy. Yeah yeah one bit made me laugh. Apt is when. He's initially mistaken for this spy eric augustine and for some reason the fbi. I assume have a full out full on printout of this guy to match people up against that's like the weirdest place of in my life. Unroll it from the seedling. Berry loose just like him. That's a that was a stranger. Okay make it's life size as well. Where did they print out did Eric augustine this ruthless evil spy stand for a photo like that so that they could create this life size poster. It's a very strange choice. It's the sort of bit that like i mean. Look there's no shortage of these sort of mistaken identity Situations happening in spike comedies. You can say that north by northwest did it somewhat as well. It's obviously a little more complicated in that film but sink kind of idea of cary grant being mistaken for a spy here. I think they really missed out on one element of this. Which is that the leave eric. Augustine we see in the film played by bob. Hope there's no real comic value to that character like he's just kind of a bad dude like they didn't make any effort to give him any sort of comic persona would you have. He was the bad guy. Technically he shouldn't have been fine. He was meant to be the serial killer. But can't you make the villain fun. Like i think you completely could. They play him actually very blank. I was like okay like sure. I think bob hope is meant to be the comedy in the film. I should say by peanut. White is meant to be comedy. No one else has meant to be funny. That's probably stands up to the whole thing of headed limousines being removed as well it is literally peanut is the funny person and everyone else super series will and it's like Bob hope said when he was talking to hetty lamar. I'll bring the comedy so it was very much built around. This entire film is going to function as a basically a vehicle for bob hope comedy and i would love to know what an audience like watching this movie in..

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"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:21 min | 2 months ago

"1951" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Information is strictly for your is only. I majored skoll in. I'm cam the provocateur cam. We're going so this week. So the question is what are we talking about. Yes sir we are. Yes sir. We are going solo. Yes sir yes sir yes sir. We are tackling nineteen fifty. Wins my favorite spy starring bob hope and hetty lamar yes sir. Yes sir we are. I can't to come to the brown house. Yes sir. When i said that way like a euphemism but i'm okay with it. Did you catch on at one point. Someone said how now brown cow. It just gave me a vendor's flashbacks. I didn't get that flashback. But now i have. And i wish i hadn't thank you for that. Was like a saying back in the day. The people dropped in spy movies a lot. I don't get it. It's so weird. It's it's kind of one of those things it's like in the same realm as you know. The rains in spain for mainly home the plane. Yes sir retold yes sir. Yes sir well. Before we talk about our initial connection to the film. Let's just quickly read out the letterbox dot com synopsis. And i say quickly because it's very short My favorite spy a burlesque comic doubles for a spy. Intangible eh and meets the spies girlfriend who is also a spy amazing. They didn't even have a tagline in there like you know i don't know this season sexiest comedy or something. Like that. like bopha whistle your way into your heart. Yeah that's right. I mean the the the. Imdb one's a bit more fleshed out. You want that as well. Why not roll it okay. We've got the free time stood. Yes i'm usually reading. The second paragraph by now a burlesque comic hoover symbols an international spy is recruited by the government and sent to tanzania to retrieve a sensitive microfilm before it's captured by hostile foreign agents. Sure why not. I mean this move even mentioned heady law that one does it does it. And that is a crime unto itself. But you know i mean. This is the case for all comedies. This specific to my favorite spy but a lot of these movies. It's really just kind of a clothesline to hang jokes on so yeah that pretty much explains the premise of comedy that pretty much thrives on gags sure well we usually talk about our original connections with the film but i can make it very short. I had no idea some existed until you said we should cover. Yeah okay so like. I really didn't have much familiarity with this. But not so long ago i watched a documentary called bombshell. Heady lamar story That's on. I think most streaming systems. I i think if you search for it..

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Black Men Executed in 1951 Rape Granted Posthumous Pardons

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Black Men Executed in 1951 Rape Granted Posthumous Pardons

"Virginia governor Ralph Northam has granted posthumous pardons to seven black men executed in nineteen fifty one for the rape of a white woman the Martinsville seven were all convicted of raping thirty two year old ruby Straub Floyd in a predominantly black neighborhood in Martinsville in January of nineteen forty nine it was the largest mass execution for rape in U. S. history in December advocates and descendants of the men ask governor Northam to issue a posthumous pardons their petition does not argue that the men were innocent but says their trials were unfair and the punishment was extreme and unjust at the time the case attracted pleas for mercy from around the world and in recent years it's been held up as an example of racial disparity in the use of the death penalty I'm Shelley handler

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"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Year. My brother was born. Yeah they have any did three theories. But i used to watch that every morning before school. That can be tv series and the tarzan tv series. Yeah yeah. I'm exactly six months younger than house mouse. It actually and funny. It's day younger and lizzie. Mcguire thing but yep. I remember with housing mousy when descendants three came out it is real. That haiti's was mel's dad. Whichever one kind of suspected from drillers but apparently in house of mouse who's like moves it and haiti's got together something yeah they They have a dight in comas. So i wonder if that's like the non..

"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

05:43 min | 6 months ago

"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Is the fiftieth anniversary. This year yes. My parents are going next month to disneyworld for their twenty fifth anniversary. I'd be ten in may. Yeah and the same day. That saw the fiftieth october first. And there's a ready to we ride opening in epcot. That den who adding one in disneyland paris the rights. We ride there Okay any home remedies adventure. Something like that. Yeah that sounds from india. Have you ever been on the teacups. Little yes yes stephen. I actually when stephen. I were my brother's named stephen. He was our first time when disneyworld he was twelve and i was almost court deep but we went april. I was like thirteen. We are on the bus. Hang no tell and we when i want to teacups but my brother didn't wanna spin it. The girl next to us was probably about my age now said that there was hacked the teacups and disney world it was like purple spins the fastest and i think it was like yellow orange at spun the slowest so he got in the slower in like those colors and.

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"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

05:37 min | 6 months ago

"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Oh my god now looking that. The cast of queen of hearts was voiced by cinderella's fairy godmother going back onto characters. Oh apartment late. Speaking the queen the loose carl. He wrote the tie is wonder outburts on. I stood looking for us Cooled abc cooled equate apart a bright an aimless fury. Yep.

"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"It. My when i was dipping my school data as wonderland production. I was one of the dances. Hutto wherever card cooked. yeah. I didn't think but Resume trump so. Actually you might have a in another interesting perspective on a house in you clothing. So enter came out so it was released it virtually. That's fifty one I didn't know the day that i didn't know the month. But i have forgotten if you.

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"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"1951" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Because i will either client or vice. Admiral cruelty and take gives me also. There's a lot of problematic elephants of though john knockin. Yes we will not so. Let's just boy. This august films as well as well never heard of own side like three caviar's that later thoughts for them. So we are starting with the fifties which honestly not much better but.

Army Chaplain's Remains Identified After 70 years

Fork Report

00:26 sec | 9 months ago

Army Chaplain's Remains Identified After 70 years

"Army chaplain have been identified. 70 years after his death. Ray Capon says he got a call this week and that his uncle's remains that had been among the unknowns at the National Cemetery in Honolulu had been identified. Army chaplain, Captain A mall, Capone. Upon Excuse me, died in a North Korean prisoner of war camp He was known administered to soldiers in the camp and died in 1951.

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Rush Limbaugh, the incendiary radio talk show host, dies at age 70

Lewis and Logan

01:35 min | 10 months ago

Rush Limbaugh, the incendiary radio talk show host, dies at age 70

"Radio host Rush Limbaugh has died after battling lung cancer. His wife, Catherine, made the announcement on his show This morning. Last month, a seven year old announced that his cancer was terminal. But the upshot Is that I have been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. Diagnosis confirmed by two medical institutions Back on January. 20th Limbaugh, a longtime cigar aficionado, is widely considered one of the most influential media members of the past 50 years and from 1993 to 2019 had a show right here on K O in his radio and most recently on our sister station Freedom 93.7. Long time Denver K Way host microbes and talked about Russia's influence on his career. There's some things that I picked up from him that I was able to use that fit my style and Russia was part of the same allegiance. Morning, Missouri in 1951 Limbaugh got his first radio gig at age 16, and he's grown into the most listened to radio show and the U. S. Limbaugh side of $400 Million.8 Year contract in 2008 on February 4th 2020 the day after he first announced the advanced Lung cancer limbo, was a guest of President Donald Trump of the 2020 State of Union address. Or he was presented with the presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of all that you have done for our nation, the millions of people a day that you speak to and that you inspire and all of the incredible work that you have done for charity. Rush promised to stay on the air for as long as he could, and has been absent for almost two weeks again. Rush Limbaugh guys today at the age of 70. Advanced lung cancer.

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Virginia's Lee statue has been removed from the US Capitol

Forum

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia's Lee statue has been removed from the US Capitol

"Of Confederate General Robert E. Lee has been removed from the U. S Capitol to statue represented the state of Virginia in the National Statuary Hall collection. The statue is stood with one of George Washington since 1909 as Virginia's representatives in the capital, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam had asked for the statues removal. He also recommended it be replaced by a likeness of Barbara Johns Johns. Protest in poor conditions entered all black high school in 1951.

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Virginia's Lee statue has been removed from Washington DC

Ben Shapiro

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia's Lee statue has been removed from Washington DC

"Of the Leader of the Confederacy. General Robert E. Lee at the U. S. Capitol is gone. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam had it taken down earlier today. Lee statue stood with George Washington statues since 1909 as Virginia's representatives in the capital. The State Commission has recommended replacing Lee statue with the likeness. Barbara Johns Johns protested poor conditions that are all black High school in Farmville in 1951, and her court case became part of a landmark U. S. Supreme Court decision that abolished segregation in public schools.

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"1951" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

Bollywood is For Lovers

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"1951" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

"I mean some of them have been more successful than others but then beaver was good. Vanity fair was good. Yeah i that's one of the ones that got in this house. We were the bug. We respect thackeray in this house. So i was really excited when i heard that she was going to be directing this project with the bbc. Now the book a suitable boy. We have not read written by vikram seth. It is the one of the longest that books in the english language. Yeah it's one of the longest english language that's been published as a single volume. Yeah that's that's important. That's a stipulation because the lord of the rings probably be longer but that was published. A three volume. Yeah exactly yeah but yeah that's fascinating came out in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and has been critically acclaimed sense. I guess vikram. Seth is working on a sequel. That has He's kind of mr the publication date. This is a very like short sharp martin situation where he's missed his his publication dates with publisher and we got to see how the hacker from happy new year gets married and i think has moved. Publishers during his publisher might have been bought by another press. We'll know what it seems like is from what i was reading. A suitable boy came in with one publisher. And i apologize aroon publishers and then he was going to publish a suitable growth and other publisher he misses publication date. And now it looks like he's back with his original publisher. Oh yeah oh maybe the editor move back or could be anything. Yeah and he's he said that he's he's been dealing with writer's block because he had bagged break up. He also route one of the longest muslim the english language so it takes a while. Yeah exactly exactly so. We haven't read it. It's didn't have time in the week between last to read one of the longest. No no but you haven't reading sacred games. Yeah i'm reading that one which is long about a third of the way through that. It's it's very good. So maybe maybe someday you'll get to so. This series was the closing night of the tiff. The toronto international film festival this year now because of the pandemic to put on a hybrid festival people in seats still. Yeah that was in person at their cinema. The to box as well as dr hans. Greetings both in toronto and la. From what. i understand. Well that makes sense and those are the two places where critics are. Yeah and then there were digital screenings. That were gio locked to canada. Fun fact drive ins. Don't work here not really takes a long time in the summertime when you would want to go to the drive in..

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"1951" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

Bollywood is For Lovers

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"1951" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

"Lit fest on october third at one pm mountain standard time. I'm going to be joined by a trio of other indian film podcasters. And we're going to be discussing. You know what it's like to be podcasting in this space and why there are more film podcast that discuss indian cinema or bollywood so we talked about her last episode. I don't want to repeat myself but we will continue to leave that link in our show notes and we hope that you can join us. Some great gifts lined up came that a suitable boy. I like to think. I am. You are you. Are you a boy or a man. At one point you were a boy at one point. This is the latest film. Were filmed film project from mira. Nair your buddy yes. I did meet her a couple years ago at the tiff bell. Light box cinema. She was there presenting queen of kat way for a series that they do which is fantastic film. One hundred percent recommend that people go check that out. I think it's totally underrated. Probably on disney plus. It was on netflix. But now it might be disney plus. I'm not sure it's such a lovely family. Film is not without. I think kind of like it's not pablum. It's it's about a young chess player from uganda. It's it's very very good. And i really wish more people would see the film and i think i'd probably mention this on the show before but your son Is rapper and things assigned in the film about the number one spice which is salt and she told us at that. Talk that her son goes by the rap. Name young cardamom While you angie. But i've never forgotten that detail because great name. It was so delightful mir's director who i'm sure. Many of our listeners are familiar with. She's an indian film director who came of notice around the world with her film. Salaam bombay which was nominated for the best Foreign language feature at the oscars. It is one of three indian films to be nominated the other two being mother india and logan her film monsoon wedding Further kind of broke out in to an of the art house theaters here in north america available on the criterion collection. I've talked about it on my show. Treasure in the movies with paul matt with chuck. You've seen it matt. It's very good. It's where we learned about the concept of bit wrought. Our our our blu. Ray had bit. Rot there's this bad set of blu rays. And they were they were the recall on adventure criterion arrays and. We missed like twenty minutes from the end now. It was five five minutes the anti happen. We had to send the disc to new york. And there's a great movie though back. It is a great movie. She's continued to make movies for decades in hollywood vanity. Fair the namesake. Which all of these. I haven't seen salama bay but i've seen all those other ones. Yeah yeah she did. A film about. Amelia earhart as well. I think it's just called amelia identity though. I didn't see that one either but we're really with boys. Don't cry person right. Hillary he s yep. We're big fans after work and so when we are from the ones seen. Yes we're because of all the films we had seen..

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"1951" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

Bollywood is For Lovers

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"1951" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

"Fraser. And i'm a bose in this netflixing dill episode. We're discussing mira. Nair part annotation of victim says novel a suitable boy a muslim student up in galilee poet or an honest cobbler. Which boy meets our suitability requirements. Lesson to find out before we begin. We'd like to respectfully acknowledged that we record this podcast on treaty six territory tricia lands of first nations. May matt we are back with the nether netflixing dell. Well we're gonna put this in the net and dill stream because a suitable boy is going to be on netflix. In most parts of the world but not in north america. From what i understand. Yeah i wonder if it goes to like brit box or bbc. America bbc canada. I'm not sure. I was trying to figure out where it was going to end up in canada and the us And i was still just finding articles saying that it was sold to net flicks for all territories except china north america and then i gave up researching what was going on while it's bbc production. So i think there's specific bbc kind of streams that ends up on and it's already aired in the uk we do. I don't think so. Because i thought it had but then any. Petro bra was reviewing it like us for the toronto international film festival. So i think that's the percent. She was able to see it. So i get the impression that it actually hasn't hit india yet. We'll have to do a spoiler zone at the end of this. Yes but before we get started that we have a new review. Another new review However i do want to quickly follow up on the review that we read in our last episode from crazy renchik. We give your cousin points. We've since discovered that her friend chris is mightier cousin. Christopher who. I absolutely adore. And i had no idea he was recommending. Our podcast people And that's that is great to hear..

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Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

"There were 7 18 7 wins 18 losses against teams that were over 500. If you look at all the playoff teams there, eight wins 20 losses. How far can these Giants go? If they do get into the playoffs? And what are your thoughts against his three game Dodgers series? The first round if and when they get to l. A on Wednesday? Well, I don't know if anybody would pick the Giants to win that. I don't think it's it just it's just not not a reasonable way to think. I mean, the Dodgers were the best team in baseball there 25 games over 500 there one through nine with power hitters. They've got Kirsch on and bueller lined up. They got a bunch of right handed pitchers, you know, adjust in May and Johnson against the Giants, right handers. Stacks up really kind of comically. One sided, however, Marty, it's baseball, right? I mean, what's the point of serious when the first one, but if they be Kershaw behind behind God's man, I mean, you know, that's that's the great thing. They go in your record book? Look up. 1951 look of 1962. Yeah, and this is a you're going to write it. I hope it's Giants Dodgers. You'll write a great story that you will write an amazing story. About about how these teams have played before and how the Giants were written off before to the very last pitch, and they ended up winning and winning penance by doing it. So my feeling is Bruce. You got a lot of lefties. The Dodgers a lefty oriented. We've seen what Kershaw was done before. It's a baseball game. That's all it is. Anything can happen. Yeah, three runs in the first inning off. Kershaw is like, whoa, what's going on here? And all of a sudden, people say, Gee, we didn't see that coming. Yeah, and it's very I wouldn't say it's unique to baseball. But you know if you get an NFL Matchup kind of the best in the worst. He had a pretty good idea how it's going to come out or an MBA. The Lakers are playing a team that's you know, they can't win a game to save their life. If you had a fair idea, but the baseball and we've seen it so many times. You can just knock you on your own your song on your seat her off your seat. What's What is it? Something like that happens. It's the shock. That's it. Come on the Mets and the Orioles 1969. How about that? Yeah, the miracle Mets. They weren't supposed to get there. They weren't supposed to beat the Braves, then Henry Aaron, and they did. And then next next thing, you know, they win the whole thing. And you know Cleon Jones and Tommy and me and Tom Seaver and all of a sudden the team that have been so unbelievably bad. It's like, Wow, these guys are really good, and it turned out they They were very good for the for the next several years, But that was that was a miraculously kind of thing that you know it goes back to the miracle Braves, you know, back in 1919 14. That's correct, George Stone, the miracle Braves. Yeah. So The history of baseball. It's filled with great stuff like this and completely improbable development. So we will watch with great anticipation.

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"1951" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"1951" Discussed on Car Talk

"Right. I put it in drive. It kicks in it. Sounds okay but if I start to move an inch even the jet turbine kicks in until I drove sixteen miles like that and it was so loud that cars on both sides of the highway. We're pulling off. They thought I was the man. Bill you know how many miles on this thing one hundred ten to not enough. We all the splendid now it may never get to one hundred and eleven P.. I backed IT IN I. I knew I didn't have reverse so I was very thoughtful full before I parked it because I thought I'd probably have to tow it out or something. Anyway I pull it up an incline and I- coasted down to my usual parking spot clam that break on and and I know when it hit now I came in and I was freezing cold and all shook up and so I opened up a package of Swiss. Miss put up the water in the kettle. And you were just settling intake that first SIP and boom right. Just what was your first thought. Was Your in writing my question. Exactly what were you. What did you say of think when you looked out and saw your truck hanging there by a thread so to speak say they can hear me across lake sees so the only thing that totally this cable stretched like a Banjo string gable? I guess I don't need to know what's wrong with. It should cut the cable solar. Not How much insurance do you have. I've got full coverage. I guess. Cut The cable his an interest while obviously veasley others is an ethical moral legal and economic nostrum all is and obviously. They're all conflicting. I've only had one fisherman see me now. I'll keep in quite if you keep your listeners class right if you call your insurance company and they get they get wind of this conversation between us They're going to know that it was your negligence. Well certainly wasn't his negligent was he. He has lied the parking brake. He said it. He applied the parking brake but he also knew he didn't have park. Because what happened. The noises coming from the fact that the transmission transmission shoot itself up and in the process chewed up the parking pawl. So the thing that locks the drive shaft was out of commission. Yeah and you feel. That's what it is. Oh yeah transmission just eight cell phone. It's GONNA cost you. I'm GonNa get somewhere between A thousand in two thousand thousand dollars to fix this okay. Yeah that's after you get it out of the water if it gets on your water if you're really lucky it pulling it out there cable goes Roydon. How deep is this lake? Oh we're on that it probably goes out to the ninety feet. That'll be plenty. That's good I mean all really you called anyone yet no i. Well I would call the insurance this company and and throw yourself at their mercy because I have a feeling they're going to try to weasel out of this not. That insurance companies ever tried to do that but I think this would be an opportunity opportunity for them to do some weasling if they can write. Good luck this will be their average claim. No won't be their average. You'll remember you for a long time barely case from MISSOURI WASN'T HE S. He was George Bailey. They must they must have Training tapes for the New People the Justice and I'm sure that they're going to have a tape based on this little the case will be called checkout this dope. Well I wish you the very best. This is a this is not a good way to wake up but the best news is that you weren't in it when it happened. Talk to you and it's only a truck and it could have crashed into the houseboat right. Yeah you you're a very lucky guy. Well I guess I look has changed changed after all sure it has. It's a wonderful life. Bill Bailey yes he later. Thanks guys thanks for calling. All the luck sounded freeze. We're broken up about. It's not broken up about it. Good well you know why. It's only a Khasi lives in a houseboat. He does you could tell right away. He's got he's got the right perspective online. Yeah you you can tell right away that he's he wasn't a guy that was going to sweat the small stuff. Yeah well it's happened again you've blown off and other perfectly good our listening to car talk. Our steamed producer was doug. The subway fugitive not a slave to fashion Bongo. Boy Berman. Our associate producer David the cavs of Belleville Green and Catherine Ferrall Bluecher our web lackey. He's Doug the old gray mare assisted by Connie Richard. Our engineers aren't Cartman Perotti. Our theme music by David Dog Richmond and our technical spiritual and Menu Advisor. Okay well him. I'm not going to hardly wait just back from the Yukon Chiffon Wonton Bon Bon. You Don Safran Fried Prawn filet mignon months. A thon is John. Bugsy let's see law our public opinion. Pollsters Paul Murky of Mercury Search assisted by statistician margin of error. Our customer care representative is. Hey would you buzz off our personal makeup cup artists but ugly. Our loss prevention associate is Natasha. 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"1951" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"1951" Discussed on Car Talk

"This is the part of the show where we tracked down a previous call to see if we were on the ball on the money or if we should be on the Lam are lucky player this week. Well the little card he says. It's David from Missouri. Do you remember him neither. Do I know what time to show up shot. Come on all right. I'm going to refresh both of memories from this little note. David called all this because he thought his college trying to kill him. I think they have medication. This was different every time you put on the fan. He got a terrible cough that he was getting legionnaires. Zeon hold them. There were probably mold growing in his air conditioning vents. One of the things I thought was. If I could shoot some disinfectant into this thing It might do it true. I don't know where to put it. Well you put it in the in the fresh air scoop which is right where you want your wiper blades are you might have to do it. A few hundred times not to mention the health risk associated shooter within hailing Lysol. Well you're not going to be in the car when you do. You will be inhaling that stuff. I mean I'm always questioning messing with nature. It's like spring for West Nile virus mosquito right. Oh we saved seven lives and kill twenty five million people brain lesions see that's why the quality of our ancestors going down brain lesions all that West Nile spring. We used to be good. Well let's find out on how we did David. Are you there. I am before we find out what happened. We need to verify that the answer you're about to give here on stump to trump's has not been influenced by our staff the staff of National Public Radio. CEO or the two dozen medical malpractice lining up outside. Oh did you take our advice and spray the LYSOL. While I took your advice I went to my yeah friendly Walmart store and to the disinfecting section and they they had an amazing array of this stuff all at different prices so I I began reading the labels and they all promised to do the same thing which is killed ninety nine point nine percent of the brain lesion. They didn't say that. Now they don't mention that at least expensive and one which I think was the Walmart in house. Great Value Brand and linen incidentally was the flavor flavor of all. Yes all yes clean linen linen. She's something clean underwear. Hang up your Schwartz sprayed all the money on on so so anyway. Yeah so you sprayed it into that intake port and and let the fan run for ten minutes or so and It it's worked it. I have not had the problem since it was like. You're getting worse. Yeah but you still understand people and you haven't memory hasn't gotten bad or anything like that and it's been a couple of weeks all you're all set. I think she that's great one little ten seconds spray and yeah and and And it cleaned the running the thing for as long as I did cleaned it out. There was hardly any odor of but for Cleveland. At all. Well you know. We're going to have to back in a year. Or Sodas to see if you're still thanks for playing stumped jumps see you later bye-bye look if you hear someone you'd like us to have one stumped at trump's email us your suggestion from car talk dot Com or you can call right now. Wow and you can stump us right now. In all likelihood the numbers eight car talk. That's eight eight eighty to seventy two fifty-five. Hello you're on car talk from Arlington Virginia. Jeanette highlands ten Virginia Linzie ally in D. S. E. Y.. Thought so Arlington Virginia. So you know. There is an Arlington in almost every state on. What can we do for your Lindsay? I'm hoping your advice might save my marriage. Yeah we've saved many marriage. I'll wreck a few. What's the problem? I have A one thousand nine hundred. Eighty one Chevy Malibu that my husband drove from North Carolina to Arlington. That's a home wrecker right. There that Malibu alow boob. I'll wait till you hear all the evidence. Go ahead well. I smelled him arrived before I saw him. There was smoke coming out from under the Bonnet and it just smelled frightful and I said to him. When did this stock doc? He said well five miles from when I left home. ooh ooh this is a home wrecker. I can see this story evolving and and I'm guessing that he's rose three hundred miles these in excess of fifty five miles now With this smoke and the smell oh pouring out okay. Insensitive brute dark dark so he couldn't smell anything any had a pizza on the seat next docking. I couldn't smell anything on line because the old well it is. I mean the smoke that you perhaps ascertained that the smoke was coming from a leaky valve cover gasket. Is that true true. Gosh No. I didn't think that did we. Did we discover what it was smoking. He drove in second gear. All the way all really the indicate the thing that shows you where you'll gearshift is. The light doesn't work it's dark. It was tricky and it was the other side between the two. Yeah and really should be between the D.. And the end yes did he notice. It was stopping for gasoline. Asselot instead it. It stopped smoking when he stopped the car. which would tell him something that it didn't so I mean yeah position on? This is that he is a cold insensitive brute and if he had any concern for his lovely wife he would have at least stopped and find out what was wrong with her car. Before before. Wrecking it. That's your position in my interpreting this correctly we wonder if there's some ulterior motive that he was in fact trying to wreck my car to hates it because it's not terribly he cool. What's his side of the story is he? Is He available now. He's what's his name Bill Bill so you have not yet determined. What will the smoking is that right? Teaming no I have no idea what the problem what has happened all I can say is that it's running fine now if you put it in the right. You don't realize Lindsey that he did you a great service. He won't all the carbon that was building up my niece Pistons Sir cylinders and Valves and and and and you probably don't ever drive the car very hard you bob around town within an occasional road trip but you don't take it on long. Excursions is the true so knowing that I mean he's subconsciously. Put it in second gear. So he said that's just cleanest thing right at runs. Great now doesn't it. I don't know the gone. Yes and you haven't had any fluids I would certainly take look in the radiator someday and today I put the coolant and all that stuff in was it low low just a little now. I suspect the smoke came from the fact that the engine was indeed hot. The valve covers probably leaking a bit in some of that smoke was coming from the fact that the oil was dripping onto the hot. What exhaust manifold and the reason you smelled it was that he had driven the car on the highway? And you don't typically driving on the highway. You'd never get quite as hot as he does. Plus you don't drive at eighty in second gear that just making excuses you together Z.. Stop it what is the philosophical Michael Part of this question. What I want to know is do I kill him off a legal issue? Should you kill a moral moral moral issues that can lead. Do I do I stupidly. Take it to a to a dealer or a car repair guy. And they're going to say to me later. You need a a new transmission or something. Well they may but you don't you don't you just told us it runs. Great I would. I would not pay attention to anything that we you say. I would let the car tell you what to do. If it runs. Well drive and taken in for your next scheduled maintenance whenever that may be and not worry about anything. She laughed at the schedule. You're a good sport Lindsey. No I can see that your marriage is not in trouble because you probably gave him a kiss on the cheek and said Hon. Bill my pal. I know that you did this on purpose. Don't do it again or you're dead meat quite. That's what you get for letting him drive your car. What does he drive anyway? BMW sure driving at ninety was probably driving arriving at the teller. I ah we've made it through another half of the show without incident a lawsuit Clinton. My legs really helped me focus good. We're back with this week's brand new puzzle in just a minute Gbi the time. Are you drink and drive. You might Rafael Round Barrow Allies. Gosh read right not going down the road baird eared will break.

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