28 Burst results for "1953"

"1953" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"1953" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"I think it's just absolutely yeah. It's fantastic that you know. She like has a full understanding. Of what laurel i would do and how she would act yet when it comes to performing like you know. She knows damn well she. She can't perform the way. Lower does so i like it. She goes. Have you heard me sing before. I always took that as like. Oh you haven't oh good. And i can just performed the way. I'm gonna perform this. It's just as body. Fund version of diamonds are a girl's best friend. So for me. It was always a bit of self awareness like yeah she can pull off lower light to an extent but yeah with Performing forget it. She's just going to be dorothy. That is a great point. I now i and now soon as you say that you're absolutely right. She's like oh yes. Good i can we can. We can waste lots of time now. And i can give you the absolute most over the top song and dance number the film. I mean it's it's so much fun and it just. It's kind of you know in given that this is the buddy film that that you so correctly. Say like the perfect way to kind of culminate things. Which is it just goes to show how close they are. How and at the same time What friends they are. And i think based on your book there is that there was some question of whether maryland would be offended Based on jane russell kind of imitating her performance. And it seems like they were both just fine with it. they understand exactly that. This is playful but affectionate. Yeah and i think by probably by by the time that sequence was filmed I think there was already a trust between the two. And selling that was maryland's attitude as wiley j j. It's not going to do anything to give that making fun. And i couldn't do anything to hurt me. Why should i care. Yeah and i think point. I think that is just when when you see that movie with an audience like jane's version is just another show host showstopper. Yeah it's really. It's the totally the perfect counterpoint. To to everything you know it it just kind of lives up to the the humor and charm of the whole movie It's it's it's such a wonderful ending So you know this as you say it was kind of a career. Defining performance for jane q tells a little bit about where jane's career kind of went from this moment. Yeah i mean you know. The the the phone is is a gigantic kit. In both of them you know immortalized at grauman's chinese theater in their hands and footprints in cement didn't y- in howard hughes looks at the film and says oh well you know i can make a movie on. Ocean liners such as six movies of musical said on oceanliner. The french line Richie films in three d and you know it except it's fine. It's watchable the end number looking for troubles. Great but again. It's no gentlemen prefer blondes. Jane actually three years later. She's she's in a manner speaking kinda done making movies. so she She does underwater..

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"1953" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

03:21 min | 3 months ago

"1953" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Though sometimes hawks would give direction in maryland wooden. Comprehend it and jay leno say hannah he said you know he said do this and this and that and so jane just i think kinda guided maryland and she was somebody that had a great deal of empathy Jane would go onto adopt three children and end up starting a foundation waist which advocated for adopted children. And so i think she. She identified that maryland had the exact opposite upbringing. Jane attaching had a very stable upbringing very consistent upbringing maryland. Didn't have that. And jane quincy the impact that it had on her and so she was just like this very supportive big sister and i think it benefited both of them offscreen and indefinitely onscreen so that that camaraderie you see there. What was genuine. So they weren't necessarily the best of friends and they would. Maybe you'll be in touch periodically after the film was over but we always talk very warmly of each other. Yes and you talked about This being one of the great kind of buddy films. I totally agree with you And and kind of the depiction of female relationships one of the things. I always enjoy about it because as you say it's not always the case. Is that jane russell's character how completely and totally loyal to law early. She is right. I mean she she his vocally saying that she's falling in love with you know With ernie malone but at the same time that is completely on the back burner compared to keeping her friend Protected and safe and all of those things which i really appreciate as part of this film but of course this gentlemen prefer. Blondes was being adapted from the stage at this point and the character of dorothy shah was not really there for jane russell so You know i learned. Thanks to you. That i mean they. They had to do some serious work. To get the dorothy shaw character kind of up to snuff and and being able to hold her own To really make this the buddy picture that it's that it is. oh yeah. I mean you don't borrow jane russell from howard hughes and give her a release a two hundred thousand dollars in you. Give her a really small role. So yeah i think laura dating back to when anita loose i created her in the s lower was always the the central character of these stories. So yeah they absolutely had to be the role of dorothy shaw and jane. We said that dorothy was the closest to jane russell on screen. So if you wanna get a sense of what jane. Russell was really like it. Just watch gentlemen prefer blondes So yeah they did have to beef up. You know and and added additional musical number. So jane has diamonds are girl's best friend is incredible and it's legendary. It's iconic but man when you see this film in theater. Jane dancing around the the olympic athletes in eighth or anyone here for love is such a showstopper and that was a number that was written specifically for her. Showstopper is absolutely their word for it. And and you know credits. Credit to howard hawks and and i know he didn't always direct fully the the musical sequences..

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"1953" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"1953" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"The creature who and i guess it goes back into the water because then i have monster coming ashore at manhattan beach. Yeah he goes back. Don't for some reason though yet. The radioactive isotope for some reason they think if we shoot it with a radioactive isotope that will kill the virus as well as the creature. It seems to me more likely that the radioactive isotope 'cause the virus to mutate into another giant creature that will then stock fortunately for them. That is not what happens. But they're convinced that they shoot him it will destroy the disease so there waiting for him at manhattan beach and we get a great scene of the beast. Tearing up roller coasters. Yes by the way at some point here. Lee says the. Tom be careful and then kisses him on the wall So ups shows up delivering. The they have some expert sharpshooter. Who knows how to use a grenade rifle. So yeah i wrote down. Tom kisses league but maybe we kissed. Tom wasn't on the lips. I can't get good shot from ground. So they're gonna go up into the roller coaster. They start up the coaster tom. I don't know tom needs the be there with. I think because he knows how to because he has to load it. Yeah is So he goes with the guy up the roller coaster and they pause at the top of the first comp and thank god. The monster can't hear very well because this rickety wooden roller coaster is so loud him in the neck and lose control of the car and it goes off. the track starts a fire The beast escapes from the fire. And the tangle of the roller coaster but then dies on the beach. I wrote fire explosion. No and once again we get registering. Die everybody cry was just another abrupt ending monsters. Dead story is the end and seen done so done. Though that was beast from twenty thousand fathoms. which is the direct influence on our next movie. We nineteen fifty four. It's fifty four hundred fifty nine hundred.

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"1953" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"1953" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"York is in the hospital for fourteen days. A doctor and a colonel. Come in to talk to him. Nobody believes him about the monster. They think he's just suffering from mental shock at dramatic hallucinations. And they just tell him he's got to stay in bed. Which i think is the movies answer for everything movies. In general. Take a nap at the rest. Now okay. you're on bedrest. And the then we see the beast attack a boat and bite it and jump on nova scotia. Oh yeah then we go back. See tom and talk with the nurse about the newspaper. Only read the funny pages. Death in politics is in the papers. Only good stuff's on the comic page and tom turns the comic page. And for some reason. There's a story there about the ship getting wrecked by a monster. But can we just take a moment to acknowledge that in nineteen fifty three that someone said death in politics. That's the only thing in the comics are the only thing that ever makes sense. I'm like wow like. Does everybody just feel his way. It's like every generation feels like the same. Because it's like you know if you hear people today it's like oh the good old days but in nineteen fifty-three they're saying the same shit. Yep everybody thinks twenty years ago was the good old days because that's what they were a child the worry about the things that were going on. 'cause there's eight there's always things going on but when you were a kid you didn't know about it right and then you reach a point. You're like these kids today with their time and their bicycles and yoyos kid we had a hoop and a stick and we were happy. Yes that makes perfect sense. I was like what the hell. Why is this such a reoccurring thing like everyone feels this way. But you're totally right. You're totally right. So then Tom goes to see. Dr ellison who is a famous paleontologist who has apparently the dinosaur from bringing up baby in his office. That just a little wikipedia trivia for you okay. But it's so. Isn't it weird that. Tom's dislike he at first he was like. I'm not crazy. Let me out of here. And they're like no tom. You need to rest. And then he's like. I'm gonna go to this place and he gets up and gets dressed and leaves the hospital. Wait what in there for fourteen days. So i think he's just gold breaking at this point. He's milking his bedrest. Yeah i don't. I don't know how i guess i can just check himself out at this point. 'cause he seems perfectly fine. He's not he's perfectly fine and then like and then when he's in there in the has the conversation with the paleontologist like well. I guess i'll go back to the hospital. Was like are there not even keeping them there. Here against his will just had a day pass. I.

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"1953" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"1953" Discussed on WTVN

"Let's take a trip back and see what happened this week in sports history. 1953 and the Modern Day record from most runs scored in an inning is achieved by the Boston Red Sox against the Detroit Tigers with 17 run school. In the bottom of the seventh inning this week in 1954, Rocky Marciano beats Ezzard Charles in 15 rounds for the heavyweight boxing title. It was Marciano's 47th consecutive victory this week in 1960 Ted Williams hit his 5/100 home run. Also this week in 1960, Arnold Palmer shoots a 65 to win the US Open. Cherry Hills Country Club in Denver, Colorado. It was the best final round in U. S Open history and his only US Open winner, sticking with golf and Arnold in 1962 at the US Open at Oakmont Country Club. Jack Nicklaus wins his first major title by three strokes in an 18 hole playoff, with Arnold Palmer jumping ahead this week in 1992, the Philadelphia 76 Ers trade Charles Barkley. To the Phoenix Suns this week in 1997, the NHL announces it will add franchises in Nashville in 1998, Atlanta, 1999 in Minneapolis, ST Paul and Columbus, Ohio, in the year 2000 and this week in 2000 and six Dwyane Wade caps his magnificent playoffs with 36 points and 10 rebounds to lead Miami past the Dallas Mavericks. 95 92 as the Heat wore back from a two game deficit to win the NBA Finals in six games, and that's just some of what happened. This week in sports history, the weekend sports Time capsule I Heart radio. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Joe Perry from Aerosmith to get his thoughts on being inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. It's one of those things that you don't expect to happen. You know, It's not what I picked up the guitar for the beginning of this salad. I wrote songs for the beginning. They had no idea this thing kind of hit us by surprise, and then I look at the list of inductees, and it's like I'm going to be on that list..

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3 Things To Start Doing For Yourself

Optimal Living Daily

01:49 min | 8 months ago

3 Things To Start Doing For Yourself

"Number one start living. Don't simply exist in this world. Grab life's full potential by the horns and write it out dare life to be all. It can be made a memorable gripping account of accomplishment. Make it a thrilling challenging bold adventure. Make life a passionate enduring poetic romance. Whatever it is you decide to do with your life. Live it. Get going move forward. Aim high plan. Your takeoff torches. Sit on the runway. My gesture attitude and gain some altitude. Read one thousand little things number to start taking chances that feel right michael. Try to break you sometimes. Nothing and no one can completely protect you from it. Remaining alone in your comfort zone won't either for endless stagnant. Solitude will also break you with yearning your human you have to love you have to feel you have to strive you are here to risk your heart by putting it into something you believe in if you avoid taking these chances. One thing is certain. You'll make it safely to death sunday feeling empty and unfulfilled number. Three start indulging in meaningful challenges. What a true blessing it is that there is always work to be done because the real value of any accomplishment is not in the end result. It is in the process of accomplishment. Success is a state of mind and the most reliable way to reach. That state is by working mindfully through meaningful challenge such a challenge might seem somewhat overwhelming when you first encounter it yet as you progress through it. You transform the work from overwhelming to fulfilling. Read the four hour workweek

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Banking heir Benjamin de Rothschild dies at 57

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:23 sec | 11 months ago

Banking heir Benjamin de Rothschild dies at 57

"Benjamin to Rothschild, who oversaw the banking empire started by his father in 1953 has passed away. He was 57 years old. The Edmund A Rothschild group, says that he died of a heart attack Friday at his home in Switzerland. Since 1997 Benjamin de Rothschild, head of the banking group, named after his father today, Edmondo Rothschild Group says it manages €160 billion and

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Federal government conducts its first execution of woman since 1953

Morning Edition

00:59 sec | 11 months ago

Federal government conducts its first execution of woman since 1953

"U. S government has executed the only woman on federal death row. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. Lisa Montgomery was the first woman to be put to death by the federal government in decades. Warning. This report has a graphic description of violence. Lisa Montgomery died at 1 31 in the morning. The U. S. Supreme Court cleared the way for the execution. After hours of legal wrangling, Montgomery was sentenced to death for the 2004 killing of 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett and Missouri. Stinnett was eight months pregnant when Montgomery strangled her and cut her open to kidnap the baby, which she tried to pass off as her own. Montgomery's legal team said she suffered brain damage a mental illness that was exacerbated by severe sexual abuse that occurred when she was a child. Attorney Kelly Henry said the government stopped at nothing in its zeal to kill a damaged and delusional woman. Montgomery's death makes her the 11th federal inmate to be executed by the Trump administration since July. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS

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US carries out its 1st execution of female inmate since 1953

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

US carries out its 1st execution of female inmate since 1953

"A Kansas woman who killed a pregnant woman and cut out her baby was executed early Wednesday the first time in nearly seven decades the U. S. government has put to death a female inmate fifty two year old Lisa Montgomery received a lethal injection at the federal prison in terre Haute Indiana she was the eleventh prisoner executed at the facility since July when president trump resumes federal executions following seventeen years without one as the curtain went up in the execution chamber Montgomery looked momentarily bewildered asked if she had any last words in a quiet voice she said no her lawyer said in a statement the government stopped at nothing in its zeal to kill this damaged and delusion a woman and that Montgomery's execution was far from justice I'm Julie Walker

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Execution Date Nears For Only Woman On Federal Death Row

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Execution Date Nears For Only Woman On Federal Death Row

"Ah, woman on federal Death row hasn't been executed since 1953 It was just last year that the Justice Department revived federal executions after a hiatus of nearly two decades under the Trump administration, 10 men on Death row have been executed. Henry says her team was shocked when a date for Montgomery

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Federal government to execute first woman since 1953

Stephanie Miller

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Federal government to execute first woman since 1953

"The federal government plans to execute a woman for the first time in nearly seven decades. Department of Justice announced it will execute Lisa Montgomery and early December She was convicted of killing a pregnant woman in Missouri in 2004, then cutting her open and taking the baby from her room and attempting to pass the child off as her own. DOJ officials also announced they would execute Brandon Bernard, who was convicted of murdering two youth ministers back in

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Federal government to execute first woman since 1953

News, Traffic and Weather

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Federal government to execute first woman since 1953

"70 years now scheduled in December, The first federal execution of a woman Lisa Montgomery, who was convicted of strangling a pregnant woman and cutting the premature infant from her womb in Missouri in 2004, will be executed by lethal injection at U. S Penitentiary in Terra Haute, Indiana, on December 8th. According to the Justice Department. The last woman to be executed by the U. S government was Bonnie Hedi, who was put to death in a gas chamber in Missouri. In 1953. Montgomery will be the eighth person put to death by the US government since July when it ended a 17 year hiatus on capital punishment. Todd at ABC News Here. Your political insights from ABC News another side of President Trump's wishes to have a coronavirus vaccine by Election Day. One of the drug makers fighter now says it can't seek emergency authorization of its covert 19 vaccine before the third week of November. And that is, if all goes well. It's the second drug maker to make a similar announcement in recent weeks.

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Red Sox finally beat Yankees to snap 12-game skid vs rivals

WBZ Afternoon News

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

Red Sox finally beat Yankees to snap 12-game skid vs rivals

"Game losing streak to the Yankees today is the longest losing streak to their rivals since 1953 1st pitch at Fenway just after one of the fun around the U.

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Health officials worry the public's risky behavior is spreading COVID-19 in Illinois

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Health officials worry the public's risky behavior is spreading COVID-19 in Illinois

"Illinois has now seen more than 255,000 Corona virus cases across the state. Will and Kankakee counties, along with the Metro East Area remain under tight restrictions after the Department of Public Health announced another 1953 cases Thursday, along with 28 deaths. There have been a lot of issues with students going back to school, but it's Not just colleges that scene spikes. School officials at Oak Park in River Force High School, say 24 students tested positive from August 15th through September 9th. It's believed that a significant number of the positive cases were the result of a large indoor gathering of students recently held at a local home were mask wearing in social distancing were not observed. Students are being urged to stop engaging in risky behaviors that put the entire community at risk.

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This week in 1953: Hillary and Tenzing conquer Everest

Rush Limbaugh

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

This week in 1953: Hillary and Tenzing conquer Everest

"Week in nineteen fifty three Edmund Hillary in New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay sherpa from Nepal become the first explorers to reach the summit of Mount Everest which is twenty nine thousand thirty five feet above sea level is the highest point on earth news of their achievement broke around the world on June second the day of Queen Elizabeth the second's coronation Britain's hailed it as a good omen for the country's future

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Spent the night my apartment the following day Brian Anyway in Maine arrangements disposable of the House and they afternoon. Dr Oversee is called me and asked that I come to see him David. I'm Jesuit here anything you'd after. Yes and no you realize of course this spiritual manifestation is not new that it has gone on essentially no. I wasn't aware of that. It's through David. Lukas on Road Supposedly a fiction story about the manifestation dated. He called it to Orla. I'll ever. According to the information hit on my desk. It must take him from an actual case history of course he embroidered the Star added if your thoughts used to something. He didn't realize actually existed. Have you found anything which we can fight them? Depends upon an answer received from a colleague of mine in Paris after only Rhino and dispatched a telegram to him last night and wisely answered by now certain things that must be done. It will take a few days. I'm afraid we have to wait David as nothing as we can do in the next few days. The house was sold and Brian and les and moved into a newer more modern home a few miles from my apartment that it might take a few days for them to build up their power. I spent the nights if a new house the lights were left out and I watched for any unusual occurrence in the daytime. I returned to my apartment and get some asleep four days. After Brian moved into a new house I was at home when his phone? Me David to tell you this David was the matter. What's wrong? Step ahead of David. I just received word that Rhino died. Home was very moment is energetic to. Oh by staff they wanted us to. They made it every move. We make even dr his duties with at a loss what.

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"He'll weeks later. I was out of the house spending a weekend with a glass. The clock in the mass showed eleven Ernest to catch up nine o'clock. I'm going upstairs. David good again. It's a pleasure to be through a lot of status. Isn't the same day Anna? Since mother died he hasn't been. I didn't realize it is changed. I only hope that you'll start living again. She died. It seems that part of him died with been seen anything else. Since you spoke to me last no I haven't ever since mother died nothing's happened. I hope you own good movies the line. Why didn't you leave the light on father's Daddy Lane? I'd walk into the darkened bedroom on the bed was laying. It didn't take a second look nothing. He was dead. I switched off the live and walk back into the hallway to tell Elaine what happened from the room. That had come nearly cried last year and the doctor said that room was some unknown. Nevil Taller. The voice itself was unearthly was no substance to it. It sounded does. It came.

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Semi be able to help you out through Let me see. This is a very Asian book. Mr Today has seen through the Mandalit. Yes isn't a count of happening such as you would at eight and we live on the earth and they see yes. It has been foretold by the ruler of the darkness live. My Day retired to sneak by night. Shown never know that we walk with that. We Watch that we wish for only in the night for you. They like we are not only in the night. When the darkness grows on of the shadow people are from the blackness That we all have continues for we all the shadow. I knew I had read something similar to the story. Adobe Mr Drake Dr a serious what can we do? Give me the time. Let me see if I can find any more references to these people. The darkness one team. Mr Drake be sure that you'll see on say is never less alone at night. Be sure that that has some living thing. Animal or human which accompanies out of every second of the night where she is indeed Mister Drake at tangible danger. Back now to our story and original Taylor fantasy by Richard Thorne entitled the Shadow People Night and the night of the day. I've seen it lands. Mother died in ninety mislead breakfast. Father went upstairs was wrong. Room then family doctor couldn't express Lane's mother many.

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Me my head was in the light switch and I turned it on minimum flooded. She was gone nothing there alone as long as I know. It can't hurt me. I know it can't reach me I to light of imagine that you know Clinton possible that I'm sure I didn't. It was so real so real that it was the very essence of evil in south room. There was an old man. I knew other doctor tedious. I'd heard that quite a good deal about the supposed supernatural manifestations to take place in the world. I want him to see if he knew anything that might explain. The events of the story Elena told us yes my good what do you we. I have an appointment with DR CDs. Oh yes he mentioned something about you. I missed to take if you come. Doctors deleted in. This study. Piece comes Dr Phil. You go now to sit down please. In the chair of thank you know others the nature of L. Visit to me. I understand that you have a great knowledge of the supernatural manifestations which have occurred on the Great Knowledge Mr Hake no hobby that have only scratched the surface in my years. I've studied perhaps I can help you game. Perhaps I cannot well now I tell you. The started by Orleans micro say I just didn't happen to me Dr to my fiance..

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Was only one light on the entire place. Blame what's the matter telling you? I know but I thought I saw something that. Do Away over there over there right over there. You're going over that archway just to let you know that. Nothing's here you see lang. Nothing's wrong nothing at all satisfied that there's no one of us. I'm sorry I just thought that I had liked him back on. What's bothering you? Says I don't know I don't know that was about it. Tell us what's bothering you. You promise that you would let me of course not Brian Lane on your brother. Something's troubling you. I'd like to know about it. The reason we so upset with the fact that I saw someone or something standing in that archway but David. Show do that? There was no one else in here. The lights were put on yourself or yourself would be reluctant to talk to you about something you you can see in the library and I'm not talking about a human being and what's it all about a land in darkness. I I saw something that can't be seen in a lighted area and I soon it several times before you sure you're not imagining this. I don't have that good imagination Bryant. I love you do seen this thing. It started about six weeks ago. You are in Detroit on business. Brian Mom and dad ruin vacation. I was in the house by myself in the library. I was only one light on. I said Chabany reading several.

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"GO latest Took even if you've seen anything else and she spoke to me last. No I haven't ever. Since mother died nothing Tampa. I only hope we're working on here. David true what injuries relied on other steadily. In just a moment the hall of Addison will present the shadow people and now for our story and original Taylor fantasy by Richard Thorne entitled the Shadow People Somewhere along the line of your life. You've met them. You have come in contact with the shadow people Landed I discussed? Yes Brian Elaine. And I was in my apartment. There.

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Yes it has already for my next door. It reminds us what's in the beer cooler. It's goose island's necks coast. Ip a nice tropical IPA seven percent. Aby Well Why don't we start with you Laura because of your love of Ip Ason? Yeah it's an APA. He was Kristen Stewart. Not You I'm I'M GONNA give it to sips zips what snap and around the world. Wow that's my name reading on film so the score of two. Why no not escort to to SIP. C-set okay it. Was that bad for you? I don't like IPA's no matter how much jail keeps trying to feed him next week. I'm bringing the different IP A. I'm so excited I can't wait. It's the year of Ip as every week of different Ip a Bogo so not wasn't necessarily jails fault silently. Make five I think so seems like they only make ip SPF is an IP. A they only had. I pays on the shelf. You Need Our lady could it? They're known for their goose island like the regular. Ip a they just released the Solo IPO which we did last week and this one's been out for almost like probably about a year now. Okay well I actually liked it and I'm not a big. Ipo person either. No hand it to me that much they can go to jail. Why Sabrina It the finish of an Ip as always important for me and it still PA finish. But it wasn't a harsh I finish. It was very mild. So I'm going to give it a three. If I was stuck drinking this I wouldn't be too disappointed but it wouldn't be my first choice before I B as not bad middle of the road for me Three Sabrina I liked. It obviously. Just took Laura's I did I sure did no gongs for me on this own I would I'd give it a five. I enjoyed it There the a little bit of an aftertaste at times that I would get that. I was unsure about I think that's what I got every time I understand that but I enjoy I like it I I do So this one gets a five from me ogre just because you're like IPA's yeah. I just oh I get him. So you've of fruit and I like fruit to got a little bit of fruit in the beginning but it went away. Quick fruit muster rose to the top. Maybe right beer master. What do you think? Oh I like it. Nice Nice flavor to it good It's really good at a west coast. Ip why it's like next coast Ip a and West Coast Ip's are supposed to be a little juicier and little fruit ear. And all that bull- hazy. I like it really good. I give it a six. Well there you go all right. Sabrina where can you find us?.

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"And we shall live on earth and they shall not see us yes. Portola by the rule or darkness shall not see us yes. It has been told by the ruler of the dark. This they who live by day and retired to the by night like old people do shall never know that we walk with them that we are side by side by the that we watched That we wait for watch ads only at night. Will they see us for daylight? We will not be seen only when the doctors grows take out a on the forms of the shadow. People are shade from the black death. Say will know of ood nervous and they will know that we are their companions who the shadow people so tired supporting anything. Someone's wanted to fly. I no doubt Buck I knew something similar to the story told me Mr Greek doctor. Shelly killed that fly. What can we do we can? All we.

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Righty and now you're great. Fully artist wasn't drinking the horror fantasy. I think the hall of fantasy would be more menacing not like really joyful in nineteen fifty. Three twenty twenty. It is is the whole clerk in Houston so the announcers very happy. Very happy good. All right sound effects drumbeat right. She was too upbeat. Get Medicine Phil Collins. A pump. Welcome to the House so happy Mac. Welcome to the Holler fantasy. Welcome to this series of radio dramas dedicated to the supernatural. The unusual and the unknown. Happy supernet supernatural very happy which is look at that come with me friends loose out this we shall descend into the world of the unknown and forbidden down to the depths where the bell of time is lifted and the Burnett and the supernatural reigns as king. Come with me and listens vitelle..

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Editing. No yeah it'd be announcer sound effects and then announcer side. Wait for them to finish their sound effects on practicing my sound effects. Okay and I'm assuming that because the first mine is not in capitals. I'm Kinda Far Away. Some not yelling it but then you can yell the Second Part. You can do whatever you want. Okay no rules to this. And this is why ATV was created needs some direction. In case you haven't picked up these scripts have not been read ahead of time. Also also we've assigned some quirks to some of the main characters and we will tell you about them before we do the the radio drama. Oh we're telling them we are. Yeah we'll tell them who we are. And WHO and what? They're cork is if they have one. Okay all right and We may go off script to you. Never know you know because you're not reading. Yeah you know anyway so our first drama is from this part so big night tune fifty. Three's outright no one thousand nine hundred ninety three. It's from the series. The hall of Fantasy. See and this episode is called the shadow people. I will be. It's called the shadow people date. No it's not aired was.

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"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"1953" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Like an hombre affect with the lettering. What kind of affect on all? That's fancy talk for changing hair color Well this first SIP. I'm not I think I either. I'm starting to really like IPA's or because he our own now just as good oatman the IP is an old man thing Alan. That's a sophisticated secret agent thing not an old man thing anyway. Say Tune to the end of our show where we rate the beer. We're going to rate it on one through six one being the worst six being the best. It's based on a six pack. Which makes sense to everybody but one lone Canadian in Kissimmee so tonight. We're doing something really different. We're going to take some old radio. Plays from the thirties and forties. And we're going to reenact them but we have a twist breath what the son says. It is nineteen fifty three. We taking some radio plays from the thirties forties and fifties. Thank him our going to reenact them. We have randomly divided out the parts. So we pick parts from fishbowl if you picked a male part female that's what you are now saying some of the parks you pick your the parts. You picked your man you also may and sound effects will be done by us as well. I have a question sure selective. My lines are interrupted by sound effects. Do is still read over them. Like do I continue my line. While the sound effect people are doing their sound effects. If does what the script calls for. But how do you know? That's what it's like here. I start But there is sound fax. Oh and then my thing that would just be like one sentence to was so much for not.

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Amazon debuts the new, waterproof Kindle Paperwhite

Techmeme Ride Home

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Amazon debuts the new, waterproof Kindle Paperwhite

"But there's a lot more to the device as well. The new paperweight has a brighter screen a six inch, three hundred PPI screen a thinner and lighter design and some new software to help you read easily in different scenarios like the gym, the bath, wherever the standard eight gigabyte kindle paper, white costs. One hundred twenty nine ninety nine with special offers, which are ads that show up on the lock screen, but there's also a thirty two gigabyte version designed to store tons of audiobooks. From audible, you can listen to audio books using bluetooth headphones that larger storage model cost just thirty bucks more at one hundred and fifty. Nine ninety nine all the new models come with six months of Kim. Unlimited for free. The new paperweight ships November seven and is available for preorder today. If you're in the market for a new kindle

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