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"1959" Discussed on WGN Radio

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02:37 min | Last month

"1959" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Radio I'm Raleigh James Those are the bell notes I've had it 1959 on the time label number 6 on the pop charts Yeah big national hit Neil in New Jersey requested that happy to play that for Neil We've got Chad and Louis Oh wait before we get to Chad we were in the middle of talking to rich on a semi about about what's going on in rockton And so sorry about that rich No problems Yes No it seems like they're pretty much got to contain I mean like I said they built moats around there to trap all the runoffs Yeah they need to They're going to decontaminate Decontaminate it But you know they got I don't know what I was told brother was the expired chief in town He said they got little hotspot teams driving around the neighborhoods with looking for the ashes that fell out of Yeah You know the fallout I guess Make sure nothing was catching on fire and stuff And there was absolutely no injuries up there so they had a pretty good fire evacuation plan So but listening to your last caller talking about wls CFL out there or I live we were close enough to get both WOS and CFL So it was kind of like one group of us listen to wls and I was on the CFL side The thing that I remember is every morning at 9 o'clock I can't remember the DJ's name but his sign off was cracklin Rosie Oh wow okay Now I mean that was every day that was just sign off song And now every time I hear that on a radio a flashback to 9 o'clock in the morning when I was a kid but yeah all right Well that was that was long after I had I had stopped listening to it So I don't know Yeah And I forget it must have been 74 or 5 or CFL changed to easy listening Oh man yeah Yeah Well for the two days before they did the switch like say on a Monday on Thursday for 24 hours straight kind of like a Christmas story they played what is the name of that song Shoot I can't think of them but I just want brain dead But the line was just a DJ told me Life is Iraq because the.

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"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

05:44 min | 3 months ago

"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

"I was a sky. What could they do. And his vincent price and that no no. No this is the this later. On at vincent me later haunted hill. They started doing remakes until way later. Oh okay so they did the remix and there a sequel to remake. Yeah okay well. They're trying to cash in some money. They're never seen a movie might be good. I don't know lettuce. Write us and let us know Because i saw them all on amazon most of these were on different platforms outlets. That's where they were. They weren't all on amazon. There were some that you could buy for some. That was on the way so they were movies. Yeah because that's what amazon does are like willing not only did he have it on their system but they haven't another systems that you could watch or purchase so they had to black and white versions in colorized versions like. Oh my god fuck cola resit and then into town of it they re master it and fix it and then the color is it. What the fuck. But they don't do that white version like what the fun why. What what. I know so just to get people to buy the colorized versions like. Oh yeah disgust. Now you know what the fuck it's like. It's like them Going oh let's color at. Would you know. The filmmaker made the movie deliverance. That they know. I'm just giving an example. I'm like i was gonna say tim burton would be like. I'm just giving an example of how stupid the whole concept is the filmmaker made the movies purposely in black and white minute to be right and then they're gonna go. Oh let's colorado 'cause we can't okay because the movie is going to be better and color fuck you and it's like or are they thinking that it was that was the only way to make it back then was black and white. They didn't have the technology. No is no. I a lot of time. That's why they colorized nine eleven dead. Because i don't know but when nine eleven did came out ahead colored technology. Okay all right. So they're gonna color is it. Why yes he made it on purpose in black and white and the film works a lot better. It's dark gritty film to it. It just doesn't work you know you're right. I agree with the remake. Made it in color but it works. I don't know it's hard to explain but but you know if the artist wanted black and white black and white. They don't respect the art of film if they're just gonna color is it because they can like we own a movie color as it so we can make more money by at and don't make more money going version of colorized version. Which one do you wanna watch out then series really know anyway. That's my anyway angry. I agree but i'm anxious to see. Maybe some other. Vincent price films. I like. That's why i was like i wanted you to see this film. I'm like you know he's gotta love been surprise. Oh yeah oh yeah but yeah that's a it was an obscure movie like i am innocent. Well i'm sure down would like it to. Let's do it in. Yeah i'm glad you liked. That's yeah absolutely so we should probably tell our listeners. We're gonna take a week off so vacation. Yes yes. I think so. We want that. But i don't know gene's gonna like that. But i know she'll be pissed but Eat knows just wanted to let our listeners. Know we'll be back the following week with more horror vein just gonna answer to orlando to Start the halloween season yes. It's haunted houses. He how halloween horror nights and all that stuff soon. It'll be all good and we'll eventually some of pictures on facebook. So if you're on facebook and check all that stuff out it'd be cool we're gonna take a week off And then we'll be back the week after that it is don's pick so he'll have plenty of time to pick another movie time to pick on. Yeah absolutely coming on. Listen to the show again. If you want to be part of our hor- male just go to horror vein dot com and write us a no comment. Whatever you want. And we'll redone air. It'd be great and hopefully if we get enough maybe we can have a horror vein mail day to day like the whole pot one to all ravine male and that's all we'll talk about. That'd be fun. Yep we'll get get answer all your questions and get all your questions in. Maybe we'll have surprise guests on who knows we'll see. Yeah absolutely so right until two weeks from today we'll see then.

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"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

08:14 min | 3 months ago

"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Do they. Don't you know his wife seems okay. You know what surprised me was that when you finally do see his wife when she's i introduced i'm like wow she's frigging hot l. We're hell. She come from like the bickering between those two. They have that scene where there was some great moments in there like he actually pulls her hair like me to kill you now but i can't you know and they have this great dialogue and and it turns into like the a senior had seen the play. 'cause there's like he gets really angry than these pauses a dramatic pause and then he goes away and i was dying laughing because i was like god. He loved it. But it's vincent price but he pulls it off. I love that yeah. I love him in this film. He's perfect for this gray. tis way. He portrays his character You'll love them but you hate him and it just it works so well and like i said if it was somebody else playing that role. I don't think it would work as well. I really don't yeah i think of anybody. I think. Only vincent price could pull that off. Peter cushing maybe or you. Get the english i really. I don't know but they were. All those were hammer stores stars. They wouldn't be here of you know they wouldn't be here. That's a price was there. I mean after. Bela lugosi in all karloff. And all those older horror films went out of style. You know vincent price started coming in you know doing all these pitting the pendulum of anything. I can't really do it. Yeah while while we While we pause here. I just wanna you know if you see me blotting my eyes or rubbing my eyes. I i have bad allergies. So i just want to let her listeners. Know that you know they might be like what the hell is he doing. I'm surprised me get a letter on that one. i know. Maybe we'll get a message about that. I'm not sure. But i i just want to put that out there. I seen some of our pets videos. And i see you know some of the videos of me doing this with my eyes and might i can just using that as an excuse. Don get so emotional. When he's talking about horrified do idea he just starts crying. He's so passionate about horror films. Now that's what i am. I am i that that's a good. I like that explanation. That's good anyway. So it's not really gesture horror films so yeah yeah so. I just wanted to let our listeners. Know don's suffers from allergies seasonal information. There's informative well i just. I was feeling a little a little break in. You know so i thought i'd just slide that in there. Actually we my situation anyway so Back to house on haunted hill. Yes there is a So yeah i saw the colorized i. I don't know why they did that with nine. Eleven dead to in. I'm just. I'm not having it wrap. I'm not having so much better. It's like the black and white works in film It's done very well. I i like. I like the and then there was another thing that i it. Kind of didn't make sense was a he explains it. There's no electricity in the house and everything is like lit by You know cans. Alight handles all lights. Yeah yeah so. They're but their scenes where the lights go out and then they come back on. And i'm like okay well. It's am nitpicking. That's true house growing back on. Because you'd have to late everything. But i was like i don't see any phones died and not see one phone and there was no phone you know. No but i the lighting all of a sudden go into the You go into the cellar and then the the light starts dimming oh that was great and started the other all that was companies. Like there's a lotta doors down here like opening up our house like he was checking them all. Just love this film. it's really really good. And i i you know it had ev all the potential of being cheesy. It did it really especially when you see two heads. Come out in the beginning talking. I'm like no no no but you know what it's not other than the skeleton coming out of the bassett but then you see vince. Surprised i was okay with it. I'm going. I'm thank god. They showed that. Because i would have been like. Oh it's not only that the skeleton goes over and is walking follows her. I'm like yeah i'm like. That's like the whitest skeleton ever seen was here and it's just like kind of nonchalantly walk in and she's free. I'm like okay But i mean if you're in a cellar and the skeleton started coming after you kind of got to just like the girl you know She sees the the old old woman. I love that She was great. So good and and she and she doesn't hesitate. She's like i'm out of here. Managed he leaves the guy like oh yeah he gets locked all right. He gets locked in a room she sees it and she just bolts the hell out endurance. She goes upstairs. Like oh my god. It's ghost and what's his name. You know he's locked in his room and he'd go downstairs and go to the door and it's open and he's knocked out on the floor just like the and then they go back and they get away from like meeting hall all right go back down to the to the room in the investment. Like he goes. I didn't see there was nobody in the room as pitch black did i get hit and then very small. So they're trying to find a door and they're hitting the wall and then it it's set up so great for her to go over and he's like okay knock on wood on the wall and then it was just so love to it wasn't it wasn't like anything was forced. It was all very well planned very well executed The the acting in certain parts gets kind of cheesy but You know with with her a little bit overacting but It kinda actually works with the whole entire film because really if you look at the film's really weird. It's a weird kind of vibe in the film. I don't know if you've got that too. But yeah. I liked the vibe of the film And it's an it's you know not only a a really good horror film a really good thriller whodunnit because you're trying to figure out and we've you know obviously if you've never seen film we've given everything away which sucks well we tell them boilers thank. You know if you if you'd seen the movie before you understand everything and and even even though. I knew certain things were going to happen. It's still worked for me so it. I really enjoyed joy this film. I me do highly highly. Recommend this film if you haven't seen it The be apart of your collection. And i hadn't i hadn't seen it and it's true. It was hoping you've never seen it. I was diana sat down and watched She did she missed the first. Maybe i don't know ten fifteen minutes. She sat down and she loved it. Yeah she likes that. Kind kinda whodunit murder mystery. You know. she's like 'cause. I showed her the trailer. She's all well. That doesn't look too gory. I'm like no. It's not gonna be. It's vincent price's nineteen fifty-nine black and white. So she's like. I'll watch it with you. So she finished making some of jam and then she came down and we watch. She finished out the movie with me so that was nice. So yeah it's great. Oh i loved it. I'm looking forward to seeing some.

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"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

"And he opens up all these little coffins and they all have guns right. Here's a everybody gets a gun or take a gun. Oh wow this is going to be a fun party. I know right yeah. I'm expecting a party hat or a balloon. You know takes the gun maker town gun and he shoots and he blows up the vase. So you think there's real bullets when i when you find out later that there's blinks in all the guns. Yeah so. I had a feeling that was going to happen. I wasn't sure. But i a it. Why aren't guns coming out. But it was all for the setup of this and that and whenever that happens towards the end and i. I really liked that. 'cause you're 'cause you're trying to figure out what the fuck is going on. And of course. The one thing that i love and i think is probably one of the best moments i've seen in horror film in a long long time when they go into the cellar. They go into the cellar and they go into that room. And they're knocking on the wall trying to figure out. And all they saw this ghost and blah blah blah and the euro comes up. And it's a great shock because it camera leans over to the left and you see this woman like this She was great when i saw the film. It got me really good. I was like god dan that then she's just floats across the throat. Yeah and she ended up being one of the caretakers character caretakers. Yes she was blind. Says blind kerr caretaker. And then there's another scene where she sees her coming out of the darkness. She kinda floats up right. Ben and philip's back that's good man. I love that shit. That's you know the thing. Is you know you could say well. You know the house was just a bunch of little traps. But the thing is that's true in a sense to a degree but then in the cellar. You've got this big vat of acid. I mean under a floorboard. You know that's operated with a you know a a crank on a on a rope that lifts the board up and then you got this huge vat. Yeah they said so. it's not. It's not as safe as you're led to believe you know what i mean. It's not as just all these little trapdoors. Well they'd set you up right at the beginning. Because when he come into the house the she almost kills them ryan was falls on. Because it's like swinging back and forth so you're like oh well the rush don't want their so they're trying to get them out so they set you up for all this shit and there's other shit going. Oh my god. I just a little bit of a love interest. Yes you know the the The other guy can't think of what is the airline pilot airline pilot the dashing false for nora torture. That poor girl. I felt sorry for her. Because the whole plot is for her right to kill vincent price and price right so that actually does that. You think it's a law. Gets the vincent price wife and she thinks she does do that. but that's when you find out there blanks right i. I didn't think that i thought right there. That was a blank that he's not dead and i was right but that's okay. That's okay. i'm okay with that. That's the thing i wanna say is that there's things you can predict in this movie because you know we're we're years past this and there's been so many horror movies that you know you've seen and you know okay are yeah right. I'd say okay but if you've got a really good classic you know well written well performed film you know with vincent price. It doesn't matter you don't care it didn't bother me. I i had a feeling that was a blank. But it's like okay. You know where does but it kept you engaged. It kept. it was suspended rules. It moves know you're thinking all these different things like okay is it like we talked about earlier is haunted house. Oh no wait now. We find out it really. Isn't it's all these little things that are being set up by the doctor and vince. Prices watt to kill vincent price or. She gets his money now. It's a murder. Mystery man killing his wife and the the pilot which he does but he was planning that and they were planning on killing him so it was kind of a. Was this cross plot going on. Yeah that are really yeah There was a lot going on. Which i really enjoyed. Yeah you had no idea what was hap- what was going to happen next. You really didn't I mean really. I was now some people would have could have predicted. Maybe the doctor. You know you know Having an affair with vincent price's little seed coming right. I didn't i didn't and i thought ooh that was good. I like that. That's great. And i. I got it i to Before i forget. I gotta so and i'm so glad they did this. They now tell you how. What all right when the scouted comes out of the vat of acid. It was goofy than hell. Okay and i. And i'm like all right. I'm gonna roll with it i'm gonna roll with. Where's the string but it. It made it so much better. When vincent price came out with a little league system right with the police system. Okay he was at first. You're thinking you know this thing is coming out of the you know the vat of acid and there's nothing controlling it and it's just the skeleton go scared out of his wife but the fact that he showed later with the police you know with the strength dad helped so that was good and i bought the fact that she was freaked out of her mind that she fell into the acid at. There's some really dark moments in this film. Yes she falls into the acid. I mean it's like and the pilot no the pilots. The lover her lover the wife and her lover go both going to the doctor because he throws them both in because he knocks the one guy out and then throws a minute. that's right and then he pushes them in and admiral sir in two dead bodies they both die. Yeah yeah that's like. That's dark downstairs and goes what the hell happened was like well. You know killed by way their lover. And i'm willing to pay for it's a call gaps. Let's go upstairs. And that's the yeah. I love it but us put. it's dark. Yeah nine hundred fifty nine. That's for people like burning acid and you know dying an acid burning in acid. They like they. They make their point at first because he's telling the story about it and he kept his dead rat it frozen nowhere. that was pretty funny like underneath. This chair is dead rants pop up on the water. I love the like what the yes. So that's how you i mean and i liked it. They did that because otherwise they just could be. You know watered in there but yeah it's like well what they're trying to say but they didn't like you know in today's films they would have showed that you know but the thing is you don't need like we've talked about time and time again you. It's a lot of times what you don't see you know like in black christmas and all these other classic films. You don't have to show me everything you know. That's the thing when the when the when the When the doctor went it's pitch black. You don't even see it happen. You just hear it. Yeah so you know what happened. So it's like oh okay. He's gone and then you see her fall but you don't see her. You know like decompose in the acid. You need to see it. It's just but it's really dark you know so. There's all these different components to it. Which i really loved. You know you think it's haunted. It's not you it's all these booby-traps and there's a love affair going on a double cross. There's a love interest you know. Then there's killings poor people and.

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"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

08:24 min | 3 months ago

"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

"He's not really holy. Shit lesson about horror horror vein mail i got to i'm your host i'm your host and yes sir. This week we're talking about the classic horror film. I think nineteen fifty nine came out fifty nine on haunted hill with vincent price. Man any book and movie with vincent price in it is just. I love a fucking law of vincent price. Man it's like we don't have those horror icons anymore man. See him in a moving away. Oh it was just like can't and in fact if he wasn't in the movie. I don't think i would've liked it as much i i really don't because he just really makes this film he does Had seen this movie before done. I have. I had not you know really. I had not seen in a long long long long time ago. And i forget everything. And i was so it was like almost seen it with fresh eyes but I would start remembering stuff as it was going on. But it was tab. Remember really liking the film and It's it's kind of cheesy in parts but yet it has a has a It's got there that you know. I don't know if this will. I'm gonna start with this. The one that always bothered me about the film and i don't know if this bothered you too. Is they go to the house on haunted hill. And you see the exterior and it's kind of like this modern looking mansion. It looks like as tech pyramids when it looks like. I never seen a building like that before so bizarre. Like a frank lloyd wright like there's something so i'm like okay. It's interesting looking building. That's for sure but yet when you get inside it didn't match the interior. No there is the entire looks like an old old mansion owes like well they had like from hell night right from the shoe something before i go all. I got a better exterior for you and they already the interiors unlike. Let's do this exterior with his building over here and it just didn't match what i look modern. Yeah but i didn't care. Because i i i mean yeah i mean i noticed that but it's like you know what i know they they You know they show a lot of the house the exteriors in the beginning when they're pulling up and then flash back to it a coupla times throughout the movie but for the most part you know i'm like that's an interesting. How love how. The movie opens with vincent price. Well though movie opens where it's pitch it the little black screen in the here though. Yeah it's like okay. And then i was on this big scream which is kinda like sitting yup. Because you're going to hear this scream a lot in this movie. Yes yes you do. And then they throw only hear it from the one actress from the one from the one girl the one carolina torture throughout this whole film. Nora nora and It it was but it it goes back to that old. The classic you know with the chains and the ghost and they always break like they will allow soundtracks that you would hear on halloween. You know and i love. I just like oh yeah. That's it set the mood etcetera. Yeah and then you know the first ahead comes out of nowhere and taught. That didn't even bother me with at vincent prices headphones out and talks. That didn't bother me. Getting in for i was getting into. Yeah but yeah and The the movies very surprising. I had heard a lot about william castle. The director and You know he used to like two. He loved horror films. You could tell in all his films but he always had gimmicks going on when you went to go see one of his movies like sometimes to see his movies you would have to Sign a release saying that if you have a heart attack and die from the hours in this movie. We're not responsible They had he had all kinds of stuff he was a he was. He was dressed in a suit can like alfred hitchcock and he was a showman and he loved horror films in. But yeah and like. I said it's it's cheesy and parts but it is it move it works. I really liked the film. You know like the and it's funny too because like the old woman in there going. Oh yeah. there's a stain on the ceiling from from this killing. And she gets like. The blood drips underhand in marked and then she goes into a room later on in the film and this stain is again on the roof. And i gets. The blood comes out on your honest. You know funny stuff like that. I mean it doesn't sound i liked. I liked how none of knew each other. And you know they're all there for different reasons. Well they're all there primarily for the ten thousand dollars so people donut. Maybe we should explain So basically Vincent price says it's a party that his wife organiz or it's his wife's party and they're coming for her and then she said something about no. It's more of your party. So there is that back and forth there but that's neither here nor there. Basically they invited these seven six or seven guests. I can't remember the exact total but some don't know each other. But they all are there for you know primarily for the money but it's been in the In the house and the night. Yep that was going to be locked down if they the next morning delayed. Am they get the money yeah. They're locked in this house. They have no communication with anybody. The no electricity house and there's no phone in the characters would back be back at eight o'clock in the morning to let them out right. There's bars on the windows. And that's a steel door. that's locked. They survive then they get the ten thousand dollars right now. There's one character there amongst the others that was there previously and he almost died. I think his sister-in-law something or sister killed somebody else and he barely out of there alive but he's back apparently probably really needs the money i don't know but he returned with these other people. Yeah so i liked his character in and what's really cool about the film and especially if he had never seen it before your what the hell's going on because you underlying things what's happening and you're not sure what's happening and then when you find out there's it's kind of a it's like a murder. Murder mystery right Horror film. it's kinda like trying to figure out what's going on it. Are they plan. Are they playing. A practical joke are actually people trying to kill each other here. What the fuck is really haunted. House really haunted. Yeah is right because they lead you to believe throughout the entire film that the house is actually haunted. But it's not it's all been set up because there's alternative boulder motives by the main characters Especially prices character and his wife which they hate each other. Then you find out that. The airline pilot is is in cahoots with his wife with the wife. Vincent price's wife asked that threw me. That's the scene. I forgot about and i'm like she really dead because she hangs herself supposedly. Yeah and then they go around the fact that how did she hang yourself because she didn't you know jump from charities that high. Yeah how'd you get out of it so somebody had to actually pull her up by rope to get her like that and so he's going. He was an expecting that even though he was playing jokes and up So i just. I love that and then it they play around and then they go to. We're having this party. But hey i got party favors..

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"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

02:09 min | 3 months ago

"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

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"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

08:22 min | 3 months ago

"1959" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Your host robert city. I'm your co host. John fisher and this week. We're looking or reviewing. I should say the horror film house on haunted hill with vincent price. Hope you watch the right one. I know there was a remake. Okay there's like with vince price. Five of them out there. I know there's any seven when i pulled it up. They had the color version colorized. I'm doing okay good. Thank god. Because i i was like worried about like what if you watch the color version. Only no no. No i sought out black and white. Yup one thousand nine hundred thousand nine down. I love that. See all you betcha. I'm a i'm a purist and i'm what else the word is but i was on amazon and i'm like god damn there's like twenty five how yeah and i'm like. Oh yeah happy finds a black and white version case was on so i'm happy now. Okay oh yeah oh. Yeah looking forward to that. That's that's yeah looking forward to talking about it. It's going to be good. It's going to be good so so. Are you sure you know doing good. you know. We're finally just finalized dates for freakshow horror film festival. That's coming up in october halloween weekend. I if anybody's in orlando. We're doing the whole halloween weekend to twenty nine through the thirty first at the epoch theaters at visa. So there you don't orlando or in florida. Wanna come by and check out some really great incredible. Independent horror films Ramona welcome gore at freakshow film. Fest dot com. And you'll have your horror vein or horror fear film little booth or what how do you. How do you Welcome table for for free. So okay yeah come in come hang out with the We get a lot of filmmakers that come out so you come and you're basically showing me a lot of independent horror films and everybody can go and watch different films. And then there's panels. Well okay. Yeah while there's qna's after the film after the movie plays and then we we usually like after each day we go and hang out at You know a different restaurant is kinda talk shop and yeah the party. It's kinda cool. It's a lot of fun. Wish i could be television weekend. It's halloween weekend so people probably dress up so now that'll be awesome. Yeah very cool. Yeah so do anything new in anton world you know nothing going on not much no just Getting ready for a trip coming up later this month so well september so i can't believe it's almost september september first tomorrow so Timber firm look. What's that you know. What september first marks no. That's the official. Start of the halloween season at least for me. Oh okay all right. We start decorating and getting things together for like i am. I'm usually i get my decorations out but we're going to be leaving. You know on our trip so when we come back then i'll put my crappies and everything so to visit me here in orlando today. We're going to hang out for a little bit. That'll be great. Haven't seen in a while so looking forward to it. Yeah i remember. Rows on facebook. And i saw this picture of us. We were at a hooters like a long time ago. And i'm like wow now it's been a while so we hang out i. I don't know if that was the last time we hung out. I don't know if that was the last time i saw. You're not it might might be. I don't know man. i hope it's not. But i know jesus senior since you moved to florida. Have i know yeah. i don't think i have. I think it's every time you've come up here. Yeah yes right yeah so. I'm looking forward to that. That'll be nice. Yeah so no other than that. I didn't really watch over the weekend. I'm looking forward to what does that malignant. That's coming out soon. If one is that come up next. September comes out the tenth of september guy. i wanna see that a lot of people are talking about that Yeah so we'll see what happens with that before that two malignant really looks good They keep showing a little bit more and more on. Hbo And it's like yeah. Can't we heels comes out when you're halloween. Kills that's coming out I think second or third week of october okay. Oh that's good so yeah a lot of good Horror films should start coming out for all the win season. Yeah and then we might do our Halloween celebration to last. We're gonna do and two months or just one. I don't know we gotta pick the movies and so we got a lot to do here. Yeah i don't know how. Halloween season where some crazy things last year. We were like broadcasting from a haunted house. and all. that's right so that again we'll to see we're flying around and crazy. It was nuts. Yeah absolutely so. We'll say we might. We might end up in another haunted house. Who cares you know. it'd be awesome. Throw it out to our listeners. See what they think you know. Should they should they. Not you know. Maybe we should let them to sell. It might be kind of hard to do because You know we have video now. Then you could see us doing the radio person to me. What is this crap all crap you guys pulling over there. I know right. Oh so yeah. We've got a lot to do good stuff looking forward to it. And it's our time of year in our viewer. I mean our listenership really goes through the roof and for from now until november. I don't know if we taper off for the christmas season. I guess People won't listen to podcasts. During chris law to see yeah. I know we did that. We did that one. Fill one movie with santa claus fighting satan or something like that. We're gonna find some new stuff. Maybe we'll do silent night deadly night. I don't i don't even know what have to say. I haven't seen it either. We can do all kinds of you know if i was listening to the show. That'd be very excited because we get some really cool things. That are becoming be incredible. You know who knows what will come on. And that's right and speaking listeners. I've got some messages here. Oh we got more viewers. Our listener mail we do viewers could be you know you never know. Yeah so should we get into this viewer mail here. Sure absolutely all right. so let's get into horror. Sh male horror vein. We do we do all right. This first message comes from phil from phoenix arizona hill. Nps zona your bethany confused with pucks at tony phil. He's in pennsylvania. Hey robin don love the show. You guys crack me up. The footsie pop episode was hilarious. You know somebody enjoyed the jokes. They're on their love writing in that. That's great what new horror movie. Are you most excited to see this year..

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"1959" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"1959" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The risks of investing in china and you know millions and millions of dollars of pension funds from americans are invested in people's liberation our military companies. And why is it. The chinese firms are exempt from audits in the new york stock exchange. This was a law passed under obama biden in two thousand thirteen. But why american companies as you knew subject to audits european companies are. Why do they get this. Exemption is frightening and the fact you know your. Your dad was a democratic and right now. Those those words have changed of. Somebody's people are going to change. America liberals ivory william regret serves. Because they want to tear down america you think the being funded by any particular group. Oh there's no doubt about it that the chinese communist party is has been funding antifa for very long time. Last year they gave antifa one hundred million dollars To as you said destroy statues to burn courthouses to desecrate churches. And i've still yet to see one story about this in the new york times and the chinese communist party two years ago walked away from a trade deal with the trump administration and lighthouse enviro and declared a people's war on the united states. Most americans are not aware of this. But they're used the doctrine of unrestricted warfare which means information warfare of spreading a bio weapon locking down societies which they pushed through the world health organization and into the failure of media. Report on this puts the american people that are great disadvantage and they also through a lot of front companies. The chinese progressive association based in one in chapter in boston. The other in san francisco has given millions and millions of dollars to candidates. So yes. it's a very serious issue and it doesn't get as much coverage as it should be hand. Please stay on top of this and come back in subsequent weeks to report on it and like murder people not truth. Wabc radio stands for the truth. Thank you john. I really appreciate what you're doing. It's very important thank you..

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"1959" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:28 min | 5 months ago

"1959" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good morning america. This is the cash. Roundtable trump castle. makishi is. Send me morning when you all worry about america. And what's going on and the reasons it's gone with us this morning were born hand She is the daughter of former. Senator patrick morning and she has certain concerns and she wants of voice of the morning wore how us morning wonderful. Thank you for having me john You were telling me before that you have concerns about a program that's been around since nineteen fifty nine and all of a sudden the white house cancer. You told america back in nineteen fifty nine. President eisenhower created captive nations week to honor victims of communism. And every year until this this this week the white house has always issued a proclamation recognizing and acknowledging the millions of victims of communist regimes and for the first time in history. The biden white house is not going to do that. Why or many people are asking this question in with some trepidation because the threat of communism is as dangerous. Now as it was in the cold war with the rise of a bellicose communist china and it The white house said they're going to change the name. It will no longer be captive nations week. They're playing around with the language and of course a great many chinese tibetan leaguer vietnamese cambodian exiles and dissidents are very concerned about this. And they're asking. Why would the white house do this. Unless they were trying to pay back china or do a favor for communist china and this certainly does not benefit the people of china who are first and foremost the victims of the one-party totalitarian dictatorship that is the people's republic of china understood as the white house said at all. Why would the reasoning is. It's a program that's been ineffectual. Sixty years now. That's correct No they haven't given a explanation as to why there's sudden change in acknowledging of the threat. The egregious human rights abuses committed by communist regimes. There are millions of men women and children in concentration camps in western china. Mostly tibet and xinjiang as we speak tortured and enslaved with methods of cruelty. That would make stalin or hitler proud and this action by the white house for diminishes their suffering and and what what the human rights atrocity being committed in the twenty century. This is what i don't..

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The Kingsmen Guitarist, Mike Mitchell, Dies at 77

Gary and Shannon

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

The Kingsmen Guitarist, Mike Mitchell, Dies at 77

"One of the founding members of the band. The King's Men, has died. He was the guitarist on their hit single Louie Louie, which was really Not their record. They stole it. Well, Richard Barry. They got their start. Portland back in 1959. Oh, six consecutive weeks at number two on the hot 100 list for billboard. Do you know what was number one while it was number two. What? I have no idea. I don't know, but he's gone. We had another

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Raul Castro confirms he's resigning, ending long era in Cuba

John Williams

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Raul Castro confirms he's resigning, ending long era in Cuba

"Decades long era has ended in Cuba as Raul Castro has resigned as Communist Party chief. The AP is my grass. CIA has more Castro succeeded. His older brother Fidel is president in 2008 and then his head of the party in 2011 Fidel Castro, who died in 2016 lead the revolution that drove up dictator Fulgencio Batista in 1959. No word yet on who will succeed? No word yet? Who? Raul Castro one doors. I should say He's previously indicated that he favors Miguel Diaz Canal who succeeded him as president.

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Ex-Nazi concentration camp guard living in Tennessee deported to Germany

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Ex-Nazi concentration camp guard living in Tennessee deported to Germany

"Police have custody of a man with ties to the Holocaust, sent back from the U. S. After living here for more than 60 years. Former Nazi concentration Camp guard was deported to Germany after living in the United States since 1959 Friedrich Karl Berger is now 95. He's being held by police. In Frankfurt,

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"1959" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"1959" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"3rd 1959 was the day of that tragic plane crash when some of the biggest stars in rock and roll fell literally out of the sky. And created a whole Paul over the new rock and roll genre. Ah, young man at the time, who was very much devoted A of Buddy Holly joins us on the telephone this morning. The music professor Jim let Barbara Recalling the day the music died. Some 59 60. Excuse me 62 years ago this past week. Jim. Good morning. Good morning. I was like Diamond clean. The guy was a newspaper boy and New Rochelle, New York. I was a newspaper boy delivering the morning Pittsburgh Post Gazette in Pittsburgh. At the same time, and legs are McLean. I had those Horned Rim buddy Buddy Holly glasses. It was cool to have those glasses and remember that February made me shiver with every paper I delivered that day and bad news on the doorstep delivery number. 100 newspapers called them seeing that story and And something touched me deep inside the day the music died. I gotta tell you that so you could you could you could have written American pie is what you're saying. Yeah, sure. Well, I gotta tell you that that song you just play. That was Page one for the buddy holly story. That'll be the day, buddy. And that his grammar Jerry, Alison, Jerry was a friend of mine. I gotta tell you all about Jerry Alison His recollection of Buddy Holly what they wrote that in 1956. They saw the movie John Wayne's movie, The Searchers, and John Wayne said that line about five times in the movie that'll be the day. And their home and he and buddy or sitting around and playing some music and carries on drums and money's on guitar. And and But he said he wanted we write a when we write a song, and Jerry said, That'll be the day and they wrote it in about 30 minutes. They get it recorded in Nashville in the summer of 56 for death. Correct words and decade of the like it, they never released it. Go to Clovis, New Mexico and Norman Pettis. Little studios is early 1957. They make a demonstration. That same song. It was a different story, and Jerry said, Well, Miss version. We made a little bit faster and buddy saying it in the higher pitch, and the demo was sent to New York. The Brunswick records. They loved it. They released it Then that was the beginning of the buddy Holly story. Incredible and the end, of course, sadly on On that day in February, 1959 when the plane crashed, Also on board the plane. On this winter Dance party tour that was going on as I mentioned in the infant stages of rock and roll. Ritchie Valens, who was hey was what 1920 years old at the time. 17 17 17 years old, and he had a couple of records for perfection. One record two sided hit Don about Anglo girl that he did he dated he was in love with. He was a chip time. It was an interesting combination that to everything was done A Ludwick and the flip side of that road on about her, played it to her on the telephone. She screamed the voices he heard the song. The flip side was the strongest, like almost like domestic and wedding song, Alabama and then then you had the big Bopper J. P. Richardson of this jockey from Moment, Texas didn't He's got this hit record. Told you Yes, like Santilli lace and a pretty face and a pony to hanging down. I tell you what, we'll take a quick break and I want to talk about the aftermath of the day the music died and what happened as a result of this horrible plane crash in this tragedy. With Jim La Barba, the music professor. Here we are 62. Years later, it was February. 3rd 1959. And we still recall it. February. 6 2021 Hey, Alexa, tell me something good Getting 700 w l W from I heart Radio. America's beverage companies are working together to reduce plastic waste in our environment at the Coca Cola Company carry Dr Pepper and Pepsico. We're designing our bottles.

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"1959" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

04:56 min | 11 months ago

"1959" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"That unique combination of wanting to make a difference and wanting to put money in the bank. It's bringing those two together but we're doing it in a way that's conscious that transforms that uplift humanity that provides a service that makes a difference that brings people and organizations businesses to new levels. So i'm asking us myself and you. How can we utilize this experience to bring ourselves to a new level. And so today. The question that i have for you is who do you want to become. How do you wanna show up. What is the legacy that you want to be known for. What's the difference that you wanna make. Why do you believe that you are on this planet. At this specific moment in time believing that there are absolutely no accidents. Why do you believe that you're living wherever you're living whether it's within the united states are outside looking on. Why do you think that you were part of this experience. Because all of us on earth were part of the experience on wednesday january six. Twenty twenty one. What do you want to do differently. Now that you think about this experience not from a personality perspective but from a spiritual perspective and to mean that spiritual perspective is that all of life is consciousness and that you and i in this lifetime or drops of consciousness that have manifested as human beings and we each might have our own spiritual story about how that occurs but overall. That's actually what happens. That spirit comes into our body and here. We are on this human journey. How do you want to take wednesday and use it as an opportunity to have a grain of sand. That like goes in the stir and becomes the pearl. What's the pearl that you wanna create out of this. you know. we're we're at a time that each of us is going to have to answer for ourselves. What do we value. How do i wanna heal right now. And i'll tell you it's true for me and it's probably true for many people may be most people especially if you're in the united states. You may have people that right now. You don't know how to have a conversation with them because perhaps you have a different perspective on wednesday and what led up to it and what now comes after it. What does healing actually mean. What does it mean to you. What does it mean for our country. Why would we want to heal by. Would we not wanna. He'll i mean. These are all valid questions. I remember one night. It was about twenty two thousand tours living in boulder colorado is out for a dr legg about one in the morning. And sometimes i don't sleep. I remember coming to a stop light in. No the push was no traffic. And i had this awareness that at every moment were either healing or not healing every moment where healing or not healing. So today i ask you to journal in the next twenty. Four hours about the questions i've been asking about. Who are you. how do you wanna show up. What do you want your legacy to be. What are your deepest values. What's most important to you. How do you wanna make your impact. What is the difference. You're on this planet to make. What is your deeper purpose. We're all here with purpose. And it's only collectively that we can find that collective consciousness to move forward and create..

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'Columbo,' 'Murder, She Wrote' co-creator William Link dies

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

'Columbo,' 'Murder, She Wrote' co-creator William Link dies

"Television writer and producer. William Link who created the iconic shows murder, she wrote, and Colombo has died. Here's Michael Castor. One other thing. The Emmy and Golden Globe winner earned his first writing credit in 1959, and over the next 50 years, he wrote her produced more than 70. TV shows and movies. Links Big first success. Columbo star Peter Faulk is a rumpled, apologetic police detective who always conflict killer who always appeared much smarter until Columbo nailed him. William Links other hit series murder, she wrote Start. Angela Lansbury is a senior citizen mystery writer who solved murders. His knees confirmed a variety. That link died Sunday in Los Angeles at age

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"1959" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"1959" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"About me on the game man to show Facebook page. I'm also on parlor, Twitter, Instagram and so on. So we're finding out a little bit more about what is in this stimulus package. Um Was gonna read from Fox News. It just came down horse racing, the Dalai Lama and Smokey Bear. The really odd ball provisions inside the coronavirus relief package. See this. This is why people look at these kinds of things, and it just doesn't seem to make any sense. I'm just gonna You know, I went through all the nuts and bolts of this thing the first hour. I don't want to go backwards too much. But listen to this. The Dalai Lama. The legislation includes a section outlining their reincarnation and succession of the Dalai Lama. The highest spiritually leader in Tibet. According to the bill. The decisions regarding the selection, education and veneration of the Dalai Lama and other leaders are exclusively spiritually matters that should be made by the appropriate religious authorities within the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. And in the context of the will of practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. Johnson, You're wondering As I read this. What the hell does any of this have to do with our federal budget and in my taxpayer dollars Continues that the wishes of the 14th Dalai Lama, including any written instructions, should play a key role in the selection, education and veneration of a future 15th Dalai Lama. So I guess they're putting into place trying to put into place the rules regarding again the next Dalai Lama. They say the current and 14th Dalai Lama. He's 85 years old lives in exile in India, where he's been since the 1959 Tibetan uprising. They have two new Smithsonian museums. Now this is where I make it attacked. The legislation establishes to new Smithsonian museums that would be located near the National Mall in Washington. The women's History Museum and the national history of the American Latino. Now. Can I just ask? First of all I get it. You want a museum for women's history? Find whatever the National Museum of the American Latino It's just going to keep going, though. The problem is that the more that you add all of these different museums pretty soon, it's going to be like the Latina X or the Latin Ex. Whatever the hell that is. You're going to have all of these different Smithsonian museums and is going to get to the point where you know How many people are really going to go to? Let's just be honest. All right. How many? How many people are going to go to the National Museum of Whatever it is what you should do, if you really want to honor or acknowledge or whatever the appropriate word is in any particular race or religion or gender. Is just have it is part of a a wing in the current Smithsonian. You know, if you could somehow expand the current Smithsonian, then maybe that's what you do. But I guarantee you, you know what's comin? I'm surprised is not in here. To be honest with you. The Smithsonian Museum of You know, gender bender, people, whatever. You know what I mean. That kind of politically correct stuff is going to make its way into future bills. I just I guarantee you that that's what's going to happen. And in my question is why why will you do this? Because it's all about political correctness. Now do women, you know, do they deserve their own Smithsonian? Do the does the American Latino deserve their own Smithsonian Museum? I think if we're gonna all celebrate America and American greatness than I think everybody deserves to be in the main Smithsonian museums, But I do understand that they have all kinds of different museums in Washington, D C and I get it, but to me Where we are right now. In America, this isn't necessarily something that is top of mind Repealing unenforced crimes. The bill repeals nine criminal laws. That are rarely if ever enforced, so I had to actually look this up. People who transport water hyacinth now, I guess And I don't. I don't even know if I'm saying highest sense, right? But that's a plant so apparently as it is now, if you transport a water highest end Then you could be prosecuted. And so now what they're doing is they're saying while they want these laws repealed Alligator grass or water. Chestnut plants across state lines will no longer face up to six months in prison. So if you are transporting water hyacinth or alligator grass or water chestnut plants across state lines And you no longer face up to six months in prison. Can you met what he went for when I was transporting water chestnut plants. I could just see that. Likewise, individuals who use fraudulently who fragile, fraudulently use emblems such as the U. S four services, Smokey Bear and woodsy Owl. The Golden Eagle insignia and the Swiss confederations coat of arms no longer face jail time because they're better rash of people fraudulently using the emblem for Smokey Bear. I thought it was smoky the bear whatever. I mean, it goes on and on. A lot of this is just silly Horse racing doping. The bill includes bipartisan legislation introduced by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Republican out of Kentucky, of course earlier this year that will create national medication and safety standards for the horse racing industry, as well as anti doping and race track safety programs. So there you have it. This is, you know, just some of the oddities that we will see in the current. Um, coronavirus quote unquote Coronavirus Relief package, but really what it is. It is a omnibus spending Bill. $1.4 trillion That has $900 billion of covert 19 relief. Sort of tucked in so and I guarantee you as I said earlier in the program that you are going to find things in this package because it's it's like 5900 pages, and so you've got a lot of people. On Capitol Hill. It usually these folks, I mean, listen, Ted Cruz and AOC They have gone after each other incessantly over the past couple of years. They both agree. That five hours to read 5593 pages is absolutely criminal. And this is the kind of stuff that that gets into these types of bills. And so when you look at where America is right now, With taxes, unemployment and the coronavirus businesses air shut down all of these kinds of things that we're dealing with, and this is the kind of stuff that is being tucked into the bill. I'm an American and these kinds of things, they don't infuriate me. I just don't understand why this is necessary. What will infuriate me is no doubt by this time tomorrow we're going to find out some of the some of the more infuriating aspects of this bill, as opposed to just the ones that make you go, huh? It's 10 26 on new Starkey 20. W B A P Staying home for the holidays. Why not give your home the gift of clarity, windows and doors in return? You'll receive timeless beauty and savings for your home year after year. If you're.

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U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 300,000

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 300,000

"300,000. That's about the population of ST Louis or Pittsburgh and more than five times the number of Americans who died in the Vietnam War from 1959 to 75. Well, Frank some frontline health care workers got cove in 19

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"1959" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"1959" Discussed on Horror Soup

"Want to focus on the content because i do feel like that's the most important part and maybe people don't listen to pay episodes as much I'm not entirely sure. I really hope they do but there. There's a lot of content on that. And i want to do more stuff like interactive doing watch parties watching stuff with you guys maybe going in like a discord like movie party or some shit like that or like recording tracks. The you guys can play like over. A movie is just like a commentary. Like you know like here's a little time stamp. there's one. I'm starting boom play with your movie. Sink it up. Whatever only do stuff like that. And i think i just patrons like the best place to do it and patrons also going with like a they tax people on merchant whatnot now and i think that's why merch was easier to do on patriot's back in the day because the fans didn't get taxed on it and i think that changed like four or five months ago or something a nose around the time that bree left the show so they tax people now like i think. I don't think i get taxed differently from it but i know the audience stars which is strange like you get taxed pretty much like as you'd buy something online. If i have a merchant here so i think by going to the digital tiers. I can save money by not getting taxed on your tears us paying like flat out what it is i can still give you like digital. Thanks on air and whatnot. Still do like. Obviously i'll keep. I've been doing the The pick of movie and pick a tv tears and stuff for a while now. And i think there are a good place now Soon i'm going to be like picking some movies on my own and stuff right now. This by the way is not a pick a movie or anything like that. All this is just our thing doing kind of like a little break. Because i've been doing just straight up picks for months now and that's fine because you know i'll if we're being transparent you guys paid me and that's fucking also now. I did your movies going to keep doing those I had up to tear a little while ago. Because it's got a went to the point. Where like i was kind of a little overwhelmed for that. I was like wow because it really. You really want to pick the movies. We've gotta blew my mind you know. Start out as a fifteen tier and then it ended up going up to a thirty and the now it's at fifty nez because it was like shit there so many movies. I'm so backed up. Like i'm not going to be to fulfil these and a time that i think is suitable to you guys pretty much you know like i don't think i could pump them out fast enough and be like oh i don't i..

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Trump compared to Castro in new attack ads

Chris Plante

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Trump compared to Castro in new attack ads

"And in this ad, they are saying that President Trump is like the dictator Fidel Castro. Now the other ad they're saying, always going to stay for a third term. This is terrorism by these these wankers on And this ad is completely crazy. It is mostly black and white newsreel footage from 1959, the Castro communist Cuban revolution against the Batista regime. And then they lined up landowners against walls and Che Guevara, one of their heroes oversaw the mass murder of Cubans of successful people. And it's been a loser prison ship ever since Barack Obama gave them everything they wanted posed for pictures in front of giant Che Guevara. Murals on the sides of buildings on got nothing for political prisoners or the women in white or Anything anything at all. Let me play this for black and white. And they have one have a Spanish language version because they're trying to terrorise Spanish speaking voters in Florida and particular Cuban American voters in Florida. By saying Trump is the real Castro here Now these guys were the Socialists. We know this. This is the kind of this is what Communists do in terms of propaganda. This kind of propaganda you don't see in the United States of America. Except now you do because they hate trump so much. They're so crazy. Michael, Let's Let's play this. There's one minute. There's one minute add black and white old newsreel footage of of Cubans Taliban holding up pictures of Fidel Castro. And then they've got film footage here of Castro's people check, whereas people standing men up against walls and shooting him through the head and the brains splash against the wall behind him, and then another guy's So let's listen to this ad. If you oceans authoritarians all start the same way. Most Feli strutting like Fidel Castro, with Nikita Khrushchev prancing before during crowds, promises of prosperity and justice Castro speaking then the persecution, faith in descent. They just shot a man through the head. No Yankees. There's secret police pictures and audiotapes were knocking on the door. Now they're the secret police homes and dreams of generations. Castro another executions, they just shot. Another man always start seen Fidel and Raul Mohr and more people are saying Trump shaking hands with Putin. Trump is just English for dust through Lincoln Project is responsible for the content of this advertising. Trump is just English for Castro through, you have to throw

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Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Cave Diving

Scuba Shack Radio

06:09 min | 1 year ago

Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Cave Diving

"Off It's time for another installment of Sea Hunt. It's still alive. And today we're going back to season 2 episode 21 for cave diving cave diving Premier package on May 24th 1959 in this episode. Mike is working with a geologist George Brian who is searching for uranium in an underwater cave. George has been doing his diving with his wife Susie up until now but needs Mike helped to explore further and do more work. They're diving off the boat Olympia with its Captain pops. Mike and George hop in and swim down with her watertight geiger counter. Mike has a doubles and George's in a single tank as they approached the cave. They put the ear pieces from the geiger counter into their ear and they take out the probe Mike's off the Geiger counters chattering like magpies. All of a sudden things start to shake Mike is spinning around. George is at the cave entrance. It's an underwater landslide. When all the turbulence is over, there's a huge Rock blocking the entrance to the cave and George is trapped inside under a pile of rocks. Mike shines his light and injured signals back. Mike can't budget Iraq. So he heads back to the surface. He says he has less than an hour before Susie becomes a widow. Mike tells pops. He needs the ship-to-shore radio to call the pier and they need to bring out some big hooks to pull away the Rocks. He's talking really fast. George only has 46 minutes left now. He tells Pops that it's real bad. Now they're desperately scanning the surface for the help from the pier the boat rounds the point and gets there within 14 minutes Susie is on board in her scuba gear bag ready to help George is down to thirty minutes Suzy insists on helping Mike despite his objections. Now Mike and Susie make it to the caves entrance and struggle to get the anchors attached to the large Rock. Finally. They get them in place and Mike's ends up a flare for the boat to pull the rock the boat strains when suddenly the anchors Breakaway failure Susie is desperate trying to get into the cave. Mike is trying to calm her down and he said she has to be rough with her in the commotion Susie's air hose gets fouled and they have to Buddy breathe to the surface. Susie climbs on board the hooks won't work. She's crying pops is trying to comfort her. What will Mike do now? Here's where things really get interesting. Well, Mike just happens to have some Dynamite on board just in case you know, pop says that's kind of risky. Mike says there's no other option but like pops was in the Seabees in World War Two and says they use Gophers to carry a line through a pipe. So they concoct a plan to use a fish to thread the line off The Rock. Well, it just so happens. There's a barrel on Deck with a live fish might takes out the fish and ties a line around its tail and heads back down to the cave with the fish house and a speargun. He checks to see if George is still alive looks at his watch time is running out. He lets the fish go into the cave ties the fishing line to the heavier line and tries to log the fish back with his light like tries to grab the fish. It's too fast time for the speargun. He's got one shot takes dead aim, and our hero fish is a goner my calls in the fish pulls the line through and now has the heaving line around the rock ties the bowl and shoot a flare to the surface and Lifeboat cranks up its engine. Finally The Rock is pulled from the entrance my crushes in freeze George and brings him to the surface. Mike yells out. I got him and pop lets out a big Yahoo back on the boat. George and Susie are reunited. Mike is lounging now. They say George's leg will be okay. They're talking about the fish that saved George Susie says that were fish was Mike Nelson. As the episodes ends, they're talking about pops idea from when he was in the Navy and Pop's final line is I wasn't in the Navy. I was just the Seabees. Hm wonder what my CB friends would think of that now you might recognize George if you're of a certain age, that would be Herbert Anderson better identified with Dennis the Menace his father Henry Mitchell. Well, that was certainly not what we think of when we think about cave diving using a fresh to thread a line around Iraq is a little out there but if anyone can do it, it would be Mike Nelson on Sea Hunt. off

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Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

Maggi Tax

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

"The Gulf of Mexico could see something next week. That hasn't happened since 1959 to tropical storms At the same time, tropical storms Laura and Marco projected to reach the Gulf coast Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. A lot could happen in the meantime, but at the National Hurricane Center storm specialist Dave Roberts says, the cognizant of what's happening with both of these systems because it just seems like there's going to be a large air of impacts in terms of the Gulf. Tropical Tropical Storm Laura forecast to reach hurricane strength before making

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Miami - Two tropical systems threaten Gulf Coast

WIOD Programming

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Two tropical systems threaten Gulf Coast

"It's been some time. Since this has happened to tropical storms headed towards the central Gulf Coast Depression number 14 may become a hurricane by the time it makes landfall near the Texas Louisiana coast. Tropical Storm Laura expected to be a cat one hurricane by the time it makes landfall near the Florida Alabama border, Weather Channel meteorologist Mark Thibodeau says both storms could run into problems First, Laura how much land interaction and with Marco does a sheer relax enough over the Southern Gulf that once it gets out away from the sheer we gotta rapidly strengthen. Of the two names systems at the same time, eventually making landfall at the same time in the Gulf, according to CBS 12, Having two systems in the Gulf of the same time happened twice before, once the 1933 and again in 1959 Tropical Storm Laura is steaming right along at 17 MPH heading west with 45 MPH winds. It's moving over the Leeward Islands and will be over Puerto Rico later this morning. Most of Florida now out of the forecast Cone with the exception of the Florida Keys,

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"1959" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"1959" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"And just the back and forth between her and cary grant is mesmerizing late I give her even recent a lot of credit because Carey grant at this point, his career is a Hollywood legend. He's known for being the ultimate movie star. and. This is a very young actors who is going toe to toe with him, and often she's the one grabbing me attention to the audience I mean from the second the they meet on the train. Now, you might help me out a little bit here with the new to. The you've seen more times. Role. She's on the train to go to Chicago the twentieth century, limited train she on the train. She happened to bump into him. So is it just another coincidence? They bump into each? Oh No, she's there within damn because there's a scene later on where she has him in her room and she sends the note to Van Damme who's in a nearby room saying, what do you want me to do with them? So I think she's acting on the part of him because this point yet, Kerry grant's been framed for a murder at the UN love that murder by the way with these silent knife flying across the room. At a bustling UN. Just. Hit the thud, and then some reason cary grant grabs a knife out the guys back and still prefer right that is taking photo. Ceremony bad things happen to this guy in this bill you so fast that photo is amazing by the way. Deer in headlights with a knife. But yes. So he is obviously on the run I think she's definitely working for Vandamme at this point but she's also a double agent because she's also reporting back the CIA. But we also see the doesn't quite know what's going on yet because they're just figure disguise like kind of stumbled into their investigation so. But then she's not to know that he was gonna be on that train. She just happened to be on that train waves. Van Damme Yeah it's the risk of the coincidence factor. Oh, of course. Yeah. I. Think they're I mean that's the kind of the fun of this movie is that so much of it is basically I mean, we are in the cary grant position all the CIA people seem really world-weary inner just kind of like yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We know what we're doing and I feel like it's almost like a confidence thing for the movie just to have these characters like trust us this all make sense an us the audience going I mean I guess well, they seem to know what they're talking about. Yeah, and when he I see that so. Bold of people in the CIA with the professors, they're headed the table and they seem to being glee control of what's going on. It's like the puppet mosses Omar then but into the film they are on what was he'll dust for them. Yeah I mean. Roger. Thornhill despite being kind of a bumbler is actually a really good I'm not gonNA say spy in the realistic sense of the word but a really good like celebrity secret agent James Bond. As if you had a second career waiting for him and this is when he lost discovered it because he's good..

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"1959" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"1959" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"But that was Kari grant film and so Carey Grant and had a really good year north by northwest came in at number seven sandwiched between the Rock Hudson comedy pillow talk and The Douglas sirk drama imitation of life. The only other notable film from this year that's worth mentioning is it number Tin Sean Connery, a very young sean connery at one of his first hits with the movie Darby Oh Gill and the little people Kansai. I've heard of that one, but it's not fun of west of Goodyear. It did and it's a very interesting story because north by northwest was actually a comeback movie for Alfred Hitchcock the year before in fifty eight, he had released the movie Vertigo, which if you ask most film scholars now or just you know real big cinna files, they know Vertigo Vertigo is one of Alfred Hitchcock's films if not the greatest. But it was actually a box office bomb at the time it really underperformed and Alfred Hitchcock took it quite personally because it's I mean if you see it, it's one of his most personal films and He was really kind of like Oh man I need some sort of comeback project and so north by northwest was the movie that. Kind of reminded audiences once again that Alfred Hitchcock when he was firing on all cylinders in there is he was the best at what he does and so it's interesting. Now where we sit in twenty twenty, you know north by northwest and Vertigo are both regarded as two of the greats but in. Late fifties that wasn't the case. Well, I mean in terms of the film then how did the story comes to boss? I've read something about it being inspired by a real life. CIP clock of something along those lines that uniting about that zone. Yeah. So basically, what happened was Alfred Hitchcock hired a writer Ernest Lehman who was really hot at the time like Ernest Lehman had written Sabrina he Britain the sweet smell of success. He would go on to the sound of music. And West side story actually I think he'd done Yeah. You do a couple years as well So this guy was just like one of the big writers in Hollywood and always wanted work with Alfred Hitchcock and make the ultimate hitchcock movie and Alfred Hitchcock hired him to adapt a book called the wreck of the Mary dear, which is basically about a the salvaging of a wrecked ship and the drama and twist that go along with that story the two of them could never quite crack. This book and so along the way you know Ernest Lehman just said hitchcock given other ideas something. We could just work on kind of secure our writer's block and Alfred. Hitchcock said he'd always had an idea about a mistaken spy identity and Mount Rushmore. He wanted something with someone crawling down Mount Rushmore, and so basically, they just sat there and combined plot ideas. So they just started channeling ideas. There was a real life stories you said about a spy and about a CIA guy believe wasn't it? The CIA or something more European behalves, right it was based from national thought where they had a a cadaver that they dressed up. I'm flaunt exciting information on and Christian identity hold them to throw off. The oxygen I think maybe drug will WANNA to rate. Yeah. Yeah and so the decoy idea came from that and it was just like the two of them basically just coming up with ingenious little gags. Basically, they could work into this overall story and they put together and James Stewart who was one of Hitchcock's big collaborators who'd made rear window with him and also rope a he really wanted to star in this movie but James Stewart had also been the star of Vertigo and one of Hitchcock's main reactions to the failure of Vertigo at the box office was to blame Jimmy Stewart and basically be like you know what? He was too old to be a leading man at that..

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"1959" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"1959" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Agent Scott I'm Cam the provocateur Cam Welfare will look at this week we are going to take a look at the Alfred Hitchcock classic the Nineteen Fifty nine film north by northwest, which is often regarded as the first James Bond movie. Now, as we always do when we introduce films I will read you the synopsis from Letterbox Dot Com. Here it is. It's a deadly game of tag and cary grant is it Advertising Man Roger Thornhill is mistaken for a spy triggering deadly cross country chase. That's it very concise and to the point I like it says what it means. It means this. So Cam, what do you think about this? This is a movie that definitely falls into my sweet spot I getting really into Alfred Hitchcock Films after watching psycho in my teen years and I think psychos the one a lot of teams are drawn to because it has a little bit edgier edge to it. But not s let's all right and you know everyone knows the three you know stabbing seem, and so that was definitely draw. But I remember watching the birds and rear window and North Northwest Dylan to that group to kind of there's the big group of them that are like the big blockbuster us domes and north by northwest falls right into that and I was a big fan of it and I've seen it quite a few times since well for me on the other hand I'm fairly sure I watched this film is a younger man when I went through one of my phases of you have to watch these top fifty films of all time type jobs if you know what I mean, right? But the life of me, I couldn't remember much about it when I went to watch this week apart from the crop duster chased later on the film. That's all I can really remember. But going back into it all came flooding back swimming I I. Really enjoyed the film and again, it was one of those ones that hooked mean for the whole two hours and ten minutes, which I was quite surprised by the run links as well as films of that era tend to be a lot shorter. Not. Really a lot of them are actually overlong. I think also this is nine, hundred, fifty nine. and televisions have begun to make their way out into people's homes, and so a lot of film studios, their way of combating the competition between TV of winning that war was to make their movies big. So basically something you could not see at home and so often they would interpret that to mean these movies have to be like two and a half three hours long I mean I struggled saying for avenged endgame, which clocks in just over three hours. This is actually still a nice breezy pace for two and a bit. But just in my head, I had like an hour and a half is is the old style than the wife sold that but I'm complaining because this film flew by. Unintended..

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"1959" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"1959" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Heart radio this week in 1959 from the Atlantic Missile Range, and Cape Canaveral, Florida U. S unmanned spacecraft. Explorer six, is launched into orbit around the Earth spacecraft, commonly known as the Paddlewheel satellite featured a photo cell scanner that transmitted a crude picture of the earth's surface and cloud cover from a distance of 17,000 miles. The first photo above Earth received in Hawaii took Nearly 40 minutes to transmit. Thiss Week in 1965. President Lyndon Baines Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act guaranteeing African Americans the right to vote bill made it illegal to impose restrictions on federal, state and local elections that were designed to deny the vote. Toe blacks in Mississippi alone. Voter turnout among blacks increase from 6% in 1964 to 59% in 1969 in 1970 President Richard Nixon extended the provision of the Voting Rights Act and look Or the eligible voting age for all voters to 18. Thiss WEEK in 1983. Risky business starring Tom Cruise in a breakout performance opens in U. S theaters. Risky Business featured a few famous scenes but the most a scene in which cruises character dances around his house in a dress shirt and underwear to Bob Seger's hit song, Old Time, Rock and Roll, and this week in 1988 the Chicago Cubs host the first night game in the history of Wrigley Field. Wrigley was the last news traffic. And weather news Radio 700 W ell delegate. Cincinnati Executive News in Ohio Governor is positive The president is visiting with 1 30 report. I'm Jack Crumley breaking now. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is going to be quarantining at home for.

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Life Expectancy and Mortality Rates in the United States, 1959-2017

Morning Edition

04:54 min | 2 years ago

Life Expectancy and Mortality Rates in the United States, 1959-2017

"A new study in the journal of the American medical association tests the assumptions some people have about life in America the research finds that working age Americans are less likely to live to retirement age than any time in recent history Dr Steven Wolff is the report's lead author he's director emeritus of the center on society in health at Virginia Commonwealth University thank you for being here as a pleasure I just wish it was for better reasons yeah I mean if these numbers are are pretty alarming you were you were looking at life expectancy mortality across the United States between nineteen fifty nine and twenty seventeen telling what you found well what we found is that since two thousand ten all cause mortality that means the chances of dying before eight sixty five have been increasing in the United States and for the past three years life expectancy has been decreasing it's a it's a quite alarming recent trend but our study shows that it's been decades in the making starting back in the nineteen eighties is this happening in in other wealthy countries or is this a distinctly US thing that's the thing in this this does appear to be a distinctly American phenomenon there's some element of this happening a little bit in the UK and Canada but nothing on the scale of the United States life expectancy continues to climb in other wealthy nations so what are the factors here what do you think is happening well we did a pretty detailed analysis to peel back the onion and try to understand this the trend in life expectancy is being caused as you said by increased mortality and working age Americans from age twenty five to sixty four and the leading contributors to that is is the drug addiction problem drug overdoses are a major factor in explaining this trend however we also found increases in deaths from alcoholism from suicides in from dozens of organ diseases all told thirty five causes of death where mortality rates had increased in this age group so that's the age group abroad age group as you start to to look into to different parts of that age group I mean who exactly is this affecting the most well it's affecting everyone both young adults and middle aged adults but I guess the more alarming piece of this is the large increase in young adults we saw twenty nine percent increase in mortality among adults twenty five to thirty four and Hansen the data that even younger Americans late teens early twenties those numbers are beginning to creep up is there a geographic element to this there is exactly in fact our analysis intentionally looked at the data for all fifty states to try to locate where in the country this was happening the most and what we found was that the increase was largest in the industrial Midwest central appellation in northern New England but particularly in the Ohio valley that was like ground zero for this phenomenon we found for example that of all the excess deaths that occur in the United States due to this increase in mortality one third of them occurred in four states Ohio Pennsylvania Kentucky and Indiana those four states accounted for one third of the excess deaths between two thousand ten and two thousand seventeen why those four states do thing well that's something that researchers like myself continue to need to tease out but one very attractive explanation is the economy this is the rust belt and and the area where at the time when this decline began the nineteen eighties and nineties is when we saw a major transformation in the economy the loss of manufacturing jobs coal mines closing steel mills closing and families and communities exposed to many years of economic stresses and we think they're taking their toll on on folks health I mean I mentioned some of the assumptions that that some make about life in in America and you know I mean I think about the medical advances we've made it look like when you started looking at these numbers how surprised were you were you and your team well this is not a new subject for us so we were entirely surprised by the trend we were concerned about the scale of it the pervasiveness of it and how it's cutting across all racial and ethnic groups affecting basically all geographic settings large cities suburbs and and rural America can be reversed I think you can but we need to change our policy priorities in this country and focus more on improving the social and economic conditions for the middle class if were going to see a reversal of this trend otherwise our children are destined to you to live younger lives thank you Stephen wolf as director emeritus of the center for society in health the Virginia Commonwealth University lead author of the report life expectancy and mortality rates in the United States nineteen fifty nine to twenty seventeen it's in the journal of the American medical association we

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