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"1972" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"1972" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"1972. He's also tried cases in state and federal court throughout the country and has served as an assistant U. S attorney. In Northern California and let's turn to Bob in Atlanta. Hello, Bob. Hey, Jimbo. I was disappointed and your guest and, um, specifically when he said, uh, Comeau had put his hand up, ladies. Blouse that we don't know that that's that's it From what I understand that, he said. She said, first of all his name, by the way, it is Cuomo. But I'll let our guest respond. All right. Look, all these are allegations. I will tell you right now there's not been a trial. I'm not suggesting that it's necessarily proven yet beyond any kind of a standard judicial standard. I mean, all of all, it's possible that all 11 women are making this up. Now The fact is, is that each claim reinforces the other so that maybe one of those 11 isn't telling the truth. Maybe somebody's taking advantage of this situation. But it's really very hard to see 11 of these incidents and not see that there's some sort of pattern that reinforces the other. I know some of this stuff happened at weddings and so forth where there's plenty of witnesses. I don't think That I think one of the reasons Cuomo resigned because he knows they got it. You know, that's all. Look, there may be some incident where somebody exaggerate something. I'm not saying that I'm using that is just an example. Of you know of of of the kind of things kind of allegations they have any one particular one might be exaggerated or what have you But the idea that Jew is What if it's proven that only seven out of the 11 allegations are true? Yeah, The guy's pretty much had anyway, you know, So, uh, yeah. You may be right your color, maybe right. This one thing may not have happened, but But you know, basically he's toast is what I'm trying to say. I I can't help, noting the parallels with Al Capone, who was finally, of course, arrested and sent to prison for income tax evasion, never spent a second behind bars for murder or any of the other offenses he committed. Is this at all similar to that That is to say, getting Cuomo on these charges without getting him on the nursing home scandal. Well, that's a good point. This is something that could get them on. That's readily provable. The nursing home scandal him actually believe it or not him. Putting people in nursing homes is probably not criminal. It's one of the worst things I've ever seen. It's morally despicable. But where his problem his criminal liability of the nursing home scandal comes from his giving false statistics that I think is a system even admitted That's probably obstruction of justice. Put that aside. Killing people by having a ridiculous order is probably not criminal. What about reckless endangerment? What about reckless endangerment? Well, I agree with that. The problem is, the problem is there's so many immunities unrepresented government institutions for a long time, both in the U. S attorney's office and afterwards and you know, people do stupid things in office, and they sometimes cause deaths and They have so many immunities, and I don't want to get in to give people a lecture on governmental immunities. But basically what you can get away with. As the government officials and I've defended case where people have, you know, Let's let germs cloud have sent out germs over San Francisco to see how they float around and infect people. I've seen things where the CIA his, you know, experimented with LSD on a patient and killed them. Uh, the the ridiculous immunities that government officials have, uh are are you know something that you know is is we've got to think about, but I don't think The Covid desk just to shirt cut it. You can get them on that now on this. This to me, I think is misguided as Cuomo was, and probably trying to get revenue for the state did this Covid saying with the nursing home, But on the on the Other side of it the harassment thing. I mean, that's the case. I mean, I think he should pay a price for that. I just think that's clearly wrong. He knew it. He was the guy who came up with this enough is enough program in 2013. What does he do? He violates it right away, You know, so it's hypocritical. It's bad. It's nasty. Let me ask you this. Let's say that there was going to be prosecution of Cuomo and you were the prosecutor. What would you charge him with? Oh, boy. Oh, boy, I think what I would do is I would charge him with criminals. Well, first of all, I'd get him for obstruction on the covid thing. I think that's clearly provable. I think he's cut his deal on that. Nobody's going to say it, but I think he's cut his deal that he's not going to get prosecuted. And that was a daily probably cut knowledge with Leticia James, but the U. S attorney's office. Everybody's standing down on that one. I guarantee you nobody's gonna admitted. So what I would do is if I couldn't get him on that I would claim criminal assault. There are different degrees of assault and you know, assault can be. You don't have to hit a go in them out to assault a person that comes up with any unwanted touching. Is guilty of an assault or a battery, for that matter, So I think he's guilty of some degree of assault. It may only be second degree assault, but you just can't do it. You can't come up to some guy. Alright, well, we're coming up on a break that doesn't move here, so we'll come back and get the rest of.

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How Legendary Runner Jim Ryun Navigated Being Tripped in the 1972 Olympics

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:15 min | Last month

How Legendary Runner Jim Ryun Navigated Being Tripped in the 1972 Olympics

"Year you experienced something very strange. You were tripped where you not when you were running the fifteen was tell us about any opening around in the opening round of competition. That shouldn't have been in that round. Listen to destroy to take a while. We won't go there. I was tripped by an athlete. I felt i got back up. I did not finish fast enough to go to the next round of competition and i had just become a christian in may of nineteen seventy two so for me. This was a moment where i was going to have to trust god. And forget what to do next and it was difficult because there were filmed showing that i was fouled. The officials simply took the position of after. I met with them and they looked at everything. Well it's unclear whether you a trip to whatever but if you come back in four years and try again and eric. What i wanna to do is reach out to. The guy didn't have a black tie with spots on it like yours. How wanted reach out and grab him and beat on him a little bit so he could feel some of the pain. I was feeling. But by the grace of god i did not and i'm so thankful because that was part of the growth has a christian i needed to learn how to handle those situations even though it was totally unfair. First round of competition in fact on the next olympic if he had an athletic such as myself that fell early on they would advantage the next

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Team USA Wins 10 Medals on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics

Jim Bohannon

00:37 sec | Last month

Team USA Wins 10 Medals on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics

"A medal on day one of the Olympics, American athletes pulled in their fair share on Day two of competition in Tokyo. The U. S was held off the medal count in Day one of Olympic action for the first time since 1972 Team USA got back on track on Day two, with American athletes collecting 10 medals overall with four golds in swimming chase, Kalish took gold and Jay Litherland took silver in the gruelling 400 m individual medley. William Shatner took gold in the 10 M air rifle competition and two women made US Olympic history collecting gold medals. Foil fencing and taekwondo. Lee Kiefer took the top spot in foil fencing in anesthesia. Zoltek was golden in taekwondo. Ryan, Bayer

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"1972" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:42 min | 2 months ago

"1972" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"That didn't make any sound and no audience. There are people who think that fisher's antics up to this point were all designed to psych spassky out based on how things went from here. It might just have worked. After spotting spassky the world champion a full two games fisher managed to win game three his first ever win against paschi. He tied game four and one game five game. Six was one of the greatest games in chess. history fisher never before used an opening. Move called the queen's gambit in fact he was quite vocal about how it was a bad opening move the soviets purposely never bothered to prepare for this because they thought it was out of the question that he would ever use it fisher crush spassky so bad that at the end of game six spassky was amused smiled and applauded fischer after this fisher had the lead in the championship was in the bag. Spassky won only one more game. The match ended after game. Twenty-one the final score of twelve and a half to eight and a half fisher returned to the united states celebrity. He was on the cover of sports. Illustrated your peter on the tonight show. And he received over a million dollars in endorsement deals and he turned every one of them down. It was the last public chess tournament. That bobby fisher participated in for over twenty years. He became increasingly paranoid recluse he began spouting conspiracy theories and he spent years on the run from american law enforcement. Many people believe he may have suffered from schizophrenia. In nineteen seventy. He was stripped of the world championship because he refused to defend it. After fisher was no longer the champion the soviet chess machine went right back to dominating the world of chess. They own the world championship for another thirty years. Bobby fisher actually played. Boris basket again. In nineteen ninety-two serbia. Where he beat him again. Seventeen and a half to twelve and a half. Even after he stopped playing competitively he appears to have never lost his genius for chess. After the serbian match he stayed with the pulgar family which i did a previous episode on. He spent several weeks helping to teach the polgar sisters in nineteen eighty one. He briefly stayed with a canadian. Grandmaster named peter bias. Fisher played seventeen games with him and beat him in all seventeen. Bobby fisher died in two thousand eight before his death however there were rumors of him appearing online playing chess. Under an assumed name grandmaster nigel short was beaten eight games in a row online by someone. He believed to be bobby fisher given his level of play and knowledge of other grandmasters. Boris basketball is still alive today. At the age of eighty four. He is the world's oldest surviving world champion. The world chess championship was the first of two great competitions between the united states and the soviet union in nineteen seventy two in chess. United states beat the soviets at their game in the other competition. The soviets beat the americans their game that happened to be on a basketball court. But that is a story for another episode associate producer of everything everywhere daley thompson. Today's five star review comes from listener. Christopher over at podcast republic. They right fantastic podcast. That keeps it informative but still keeps charming personality. I've learned a lot by listening to this. Podcast a listener from sweden toxic maquette. Christopher i've been able to explore quite a bit of your country traveling from down to mama i've even had the pleasure of tasting drumming on the island of ova served up by the su- strumming king himself. And don't worry. I won't hold so strumming against you. Remember if you leave a review or send me a question via email or social media you too can have it read on the show..

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Apply Legal Pressure to Teachers and Schools Promoting Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Apply Legal Pressure to Teachers and Schools Promoting Critical Race Theory

"No more brainwashing of your Children would racist hate and contempt for their country. Teachers are paid to teach. And by teach, we mean objective factual, scientific mathematical learning. Moreover, school administrators should be unnoticed. You expect them to ensure that the teachers they oversee And content. Of course curriculum are appropriate. For example, students should be taught history is written by real historians, not the wildly condemned ID 16 19 project, which is CRT pablum. If they are incapable or unwilling to run a tight ship in this regard. Pressure should be placed on the system to fire them. Private attorneys and legal groups are joining together in lawsuits against C R T training and teaching in public schools, arguing discrimination on the basis of race and color. In addition to sex, gender and religion and violation of civil rights Act, 1964. Entitle six and title nine of the education amendments of 1972. The creation of a hostile educational environment based on compelled discriminatory speech and the perpetuation of racial racial stereotypes. So community committees and parents groups and other Patriot activists should file their own lawsuits against as many school systems as possible that practice and imposed CRT racism. And other Marxists related ideologies. The legal insurrection website founded and operated by a friend of mine professor William Jacobson provides some helpful resources concerning CRT and K through 12 schools here. I provide the

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'Deliverance'' and 'Network' Star Ned Beatty Dies at 83

Understanding Your World

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

'Deliverance'' and 'Network' Star Ned Beatty Dies at 83

"Actor Ned Beatty is dead. He passed away today of natural causes at his home at the age of 83. Baby got a big start to his career in the 1972 classic deliverance before going on to rolls, a network and the 1978 version of Superman. Some of his numerous other film credits include Charlie Wilson's War, All the President's Men and the Voice of Lots of the Bear in Toy Story. Three.

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Charles Grodin, Star of ‘Beethoven’ and ‘Heartbreak Kid,’ Dies at 86

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Charles Grodin, Star of ‘Beethoven’ and ‘Heartbreak Kid,’ Dies at 86

"Face from movie comedies and also from 60 Minutes. Charles Groden died of cancer today at the age of 86 Horn in Pittsburgh. In 1935 Charles Grodin made an early appearance in the horror classic Rosemary's Baby Before finding his comedy footing in Mike Nichols. Catch 22. He earned a Golden Globe. Not as the newly wed in Neil Simon's 1972 Romcom the Heartbreak Kid. You wanted to Grip it Girl and jumped bail across Robert De Niro in the 1988 comedy Midnight run over From acrophobia claustrophobia. If you don't cooperate, you're gonna suffer from fist a phobia. Still, he was perhaps most beloved and family flicks, romancing Miss Piggy and the Great Muppet caper and playing the up tight father tormented by a Saint Bernard in Beethoven. This is ridiculous. It's a thought he doesn't have preferences. Tofan remembering Charles Grodin, Jason friendly WTF. The news. In

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"1972" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"1972" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"1972. On the 16th of June four men checked into our hotel in the foggy bottom district of the U. S. Capitol Washington Take you just love that there's a suburb called fucking bottom. Lighter that anything. These men dined with three other men on lobster at the hotel's dining room. These seven guests at the hotel restaurant we're planning the finishing touches. One of America's greatest political criminal acts. The following morning, it was an act that would ultimately lead to the downfall of the U. S presidency and his administration. But tonight we are going to check into the Watergate hotel in Washington. My guest is journalists do it. Kenny, who's written about the goings on back on that night in 1972 and the hotel as it is today, But rather than being in Americans to it's actually a Scott Lee joins us tonight from Ediborah Hell is to it. Hello. Lovely to be here. Well, I'm Stuart, the Watergate and only being built for just over a decade in 1972 you can you take us back to the origins of the building. Yeah, of course. So it was built in stages between 1963 and 71. And so when you hear people talk about Watergate, of course, that usually talking about the market scandal in general, maybe or the specific break in or perhaps the Watergate hotel, But, um yeah, that's obviously where for the robbers stayed the night before the Watergate break in. And which one to the sixth floor of the working office building, But Watergate itself is a sort of group of buildings is a complex and all as you mentioned building stages been very close proximity And the wonderfully named Forgive also neighborhood of Washington, D. C. So they cover 10 Acres Next, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the United States National Cultural Center, which was huge names and L have gone up in coming and very established talent. I think maybe Whitney Houston was playing there in the night that I last checked, didn't so But, yeah, it compromises the Watergate, West, East and South, which are apartments, the hotel And two office buildings and Watergate East departments were the first open finished in 65. Then the first tenants moved in an October and then the 12 story Hotel and 11 story. Office buildings, which have played the most famous and they followed soon after. So what's foggy bottom like it sounds like there are lots of important cultural institutions in the area. Is it? Is it an upmarket area and was it back in the 19 sixties and seventies? Yes. So foggy. Bottom would be a pretty affluent area, and it was back then, as well, primarily because you know it's I mean, it's a nice place to start with right on the Potomac River. It's named for the folks that used to come over that river, which runs through it, and which the Watergate overlooks from its wonderful rooftop bar him from a lot of there. And the windows of all of the officers and the combination. So I suppose, in the modern day so associations with the government. Now it's home to so many iconic government buildings, including the U. S Department of State, the offices of the president, the vice president. Kind of international embassies, so people often just use the name phony. Morse didn't even repair to the U. S. Department of State now is also full of culture that was mentioned the Kennedy Center Open 1971, and it's also the site of the George Washington University campus. So you've got A solid shouldn't contingent there and everything that comes with that. It's the bars the restaurants in combination. It's incredibly well connected areas. Well, so, yes, nice. It's upmarket, and it's obviously associate government now as it was back, then in the sixties and seventies, when it's built, and it's only a 20 minute walk from the White House, so that gives you a new idea of what's going on there. I think it s so now when it was built, so some people weren't too impressed by the design where they Yes, I suppose that the controversies of the Watergate actually started way before he was even bills. Yes. Yeah, So of course, there are different levels of controversy and it really fair to argue that The one which causes a U. S president to resign and leads to the addition of the suffix gate to every scandals. Every follow is a rather large one. Ben. We? Yes, they're worried. It is very distinct building. It's sort of brutalist stale as you described And really rare for American for Washington, especially back then, I guess can still no, but it's also famously curved, and some people had an issue with the way that this modern architecture, which are with the traditional classical, stale off Washington, D. C. So one critic, amazingly named there, Wolf on Eckhart. In the Washington Post. Actually, a newspaper who obviously would have a huge part in the Watergate scandal. He argued that the complex are building the complex would be like inviting a stripper to your grandmother's funeral on. Suppose it seems like a bit of a bold statement. I think with a name like Washington Post critic will fund it Courage. We want to be making strong statements when Yeah s O in the early days, Steward who stayed at the Watergate hotel. Yes, it is a very interesting place and and very quickly became the place to be in Washington, D C really, for the rich and the famous and the political as well like and more so maybe in the seventies, But with the views over the Potomac River and such a close proximity, the White House it means that a lot of the people who see work in the White House would Would maybe stay there so Because you have yet and there's a guy Alfred Bloomingdale's. He was heir to the blooming Dale throne, and a man who's known for better or worse is the father of the credit card. You had a lot more recently, just this roof better Ginsburg on the other side of the spectrum, and then you had, Yeah, a lot of political figures and notably a lot of members of the Nixon administration left there, including, for example, John Mitchell and his wife, Martha. You were. John was the former attorney general on later the director director of the committee to re elect The president for Nixon. And so that's the committee of for the re election. The president will come into this A lot against is lovingly known as creep and okay, remember that creep? Yeah, Exactly..

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G. Gordon Liddy, Watergate Mastermind, Has Died at Age 90

Pacifica Evening News

01:57 min | 6 months ago

G. Gordon Liddy, Watergate Mastermind, Has Died at Age 90

"And a radio talk show host after emerging from prison, died today at the age of 90. His son, Thomas Lady confirmed the death but did not reveal the cause of the event. To say it was not related to covet 19. Lady, a former FBI agent and army veteran, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping for his role in the Watergate burglary, which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. Spent four years and four months in prison, including more than 100 days in solitary confinement. Years later, he said, he'd do it again for his president. After his release Lady became a popular, often provocative radio talk show, as you also worked as a security consultant, writer and actor, but he was outspoken and controversial, both as the political operative under Nixon and as a radio personality. Letty recommended assassinating political enemies, Bombing, a left leaning think tank and kidnapping war protesters. His White House colleagues ignored such suggestions. But one of his ventures, the break in at Democratic headquarters at the Watergate building in June of 1972 was approved. The burglary went awry, which led to an investigation a cover up and Nixon's resignation in 1974. Lydia, former FBI agent, An Army veteran, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping for his role in the escapade. It was also convicted of conspiracy in the September 1971 burglary of defense analyst Daniel Ellsberg Psychiatrists who leaked the secret history of the Vietnam War known as the Pentagon papers. Watergate conspirator G. Gordon Liddy dead

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NASA's new race to put a woman on the moon

Dr. Lee Yardley

01:18 min | 6 months ago

NASA's new race to put a woman on the moon

"Left his footprint there in December, 1972 Now. A half century later, NASA is planning to send people back to the moon. The new program is called Artemus after Apollo's mythical twin sister and the goal is that the next footprint on the moon will be made by a woman. The astronaut who gets that assignment hasn't been chosen yet. As you're about to see this new push to the moon has been plagued by doubts, cost overruns and delays. But we found something else interesting when we visited NASA. Artemus program isn't just named for a woman. It's largely being run by women. So there's no place on launch day that I would want to be. But right here, Charlie Black will. Thompson is NASA's first female launch director and once dropped the copies. In a year or so. She'll give the go for launch command for the first Artemus Moon rocket in historic firing Room one at Kennedy Space Center, which she first visited more than 30 years ago as a college graduate interviewing for a job. It's the same room that the Apollo 11 mission was launched from, and it is the same room that we will launch the first flight. Of the Artemus missions

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Iconic actress Cicely Tyson remembered

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Iconic actress Cicely Tyson remembered

"Is mourning a giant's actress Cicely Tyson has passed away at the age of 96. And unforgettable performance there from 1972 Sounder role that got Cicely Tyson, an Academy Award nomination iconic actress died Thursday, her career punctuated by playing women of strength and impact, being very selective with the role she chose for film stage and television. Like her standout performance in the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman going in vacuum, she won two Emmys for that in 2019. She spoke with ABC at the opening of Tyler Perry's Atlanta studios. Grateful to be in attendance. I wonder if I didn't live this long. Where would I be my wolf Evey Sena's eight

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Hollywood Mourns The Death Of Legendary Actress Cicely Tyson

Doug Stephan

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Hollywood Mourns The Death Of Legendary Actress Cicely Tyson

"A giant natural Sicily. Tyson passed away at the age of 96 last night on unforgettable performance there from 1972 Sounder role that got Cicely Tyson, an Academy Award nomination iconic actress died Thursday, her career punctuated by playing women of strength and impact, being very selective with the role she chose for film stage and television. Like our standout performance in the Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, what You got going and evacuate. She went to him. He threw that in 2019. She spoke with ABC at the opening of Tyler Perry's Atlanta studios Grateful to be in attendance. I wonder if I didn't live this long. Where would I be? Well? Phoebe Sena's

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Dallas-Based Southwest Airlines Takes First Full-Year Loss Since 1972, Posts Loss Of $3.1 Billion

Chris Krok

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas-Based Southwest Airlines Takes First Full-Year Loss Since 1972, Posts Loss Of $3.1 Billion

"The impact of covert 19 on U. S airlines is evident in recent numbers posted by Dallas based Southwest Airlines Southwest Airlines, reporting its first full year loss since 1972. According to airline CEO Gary Kelly. Annual operating revenue for the airline dropped by 60% last year amid a massive decrease in demand brought on by the continued spread of covert 19. Kelly said the airline lost $3.1 billion in 2020. Southwest expects losses to continue in the first quarter of this year, but hopes that with the release of vaccine the travel industry will start to bounce back in months to come.

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American Airlines, Southwest post record losses

Eddie and Rocky

00:12 sec | 8 months ago

American Airlines, Southwest post record losses

"Airlines are big 2020 losers. Southwest lost more than $3 billion, its first annual loss since 1972 its second year in business. American lost almost nine billion, also a company record.

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Dallas-Based Southwest Airlines Takes First Full-Year Loss Since 1972, Posts Loss Of $3.1 Billion

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas-Based Southwest Airlines Takes First Full-Year Loss Since 1972, Posts Loss Of $3.1 Billion

"Dallas based Southwest Airlines reporting historic losses amid the covert 19 pandemic. W B A. P S Clayton Nevil reports. The airline is posted its first full year loss since 1972, according to airline CEO Gary Kelly. Southwest lost $3.1 billion in 2020 and 908 million in the fourth quarter alone. Annual operating revenue for the airline filled by 60% last year, with a significant drop in demand, brought on by the spread of covert 19. Southwest is hopeful the release of vaccine will provide a boost. To the industry and months

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Dallas Based Southwest Airlines Takes First Full Year Loss Since 1972, Posts Loss Of $3.1 Billion

John Williams

00:13 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas Based Southwest Airlines Takes First Full Year Loss Since 1972, Posts Loss Of $3.1 Billion

"Southwest Airlines reported this morning. He lost 3.1 billion last year. It's full first full year loss since 1972 shares of love L U V. That's the symbol are up about one and a quarter percent right now,

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California State Parole Board Panel Recommends Parole for Ex-Manson Follower

ABC News Perspective

00:27 sec | 8 months ago

California State Parole Board Panel Recommends Parole for Ex-Manson Follower

"California state panel is recommending parole for a one time Manson family follower. Bruce Davis was convicted in 1972 of first degree murder and conspiracy for the July 1969 killing of Gary Hinman inside his Topanga Canyon home. Davis was also found guilty of murdering Donald Shorty Shea. The now 78 year old Davis has been found suitable for parole a half dozen times in the past, however, three California governor's reverse the parole board's recommendations.

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"1972" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"1972" Discussed on Now Try This

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"1972" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

08:04 min | 8 months ago

"1972" Discussed on Now Try This

"War one and so then led to a lot of hate a lot of built on rage and i feel like there is a group of people in america that have a similar feeling. They feel like they have all this pent up rage and anger and they don't know where to target it and trump is pointing them in a direction and unfortunately it's sad to see a similar things happening in america right now. It's funny because i always. I actually kinda get mad at people getting mad at these people a little bit. Like the like my empathy meters a little too high. Sometimes where i'm like. Yes they're they're probably racist and they're probably awful and you know probably not a lot of good things. But the reason they're they're the fundamental reason is is one that is very very humid and the way the reason that this has happened to the way it has is someone has preyed on that vulnerability. Someone has preyed on their despair. The reason people are racists. Yes sometimes they just don't like the way people look but it's but a lot of it you know and maybe speaking out of turn because you know i'm not a political theorist from my own observation. Most the reason why a lot of people are racist in a movement is because somebody. 'cause things aren't good and someone said that if we blame these people things will be better. I don't know if you ever seen the big short heavy snow grow in the end of the movie. It's really good movie but in the end of the movie you know it's about the highest housing crisis about the housing bubble and steve carell. Scherzer says it's really smart thing where it's the housing bubble happened and everything burst right. And then obama help fix things right and then the banks went and started to do the same things exactly the same way again. And he says something. Were you know another care. Assistant like people are going to hold these people accountable and then he says no. They're not. They're going to find a scapegoat. Blamed poor people lay blame ignorance. they're gonna blame minorities. It's the people at the top lame these people and everyone's saying oh. Yeah that's it's this. It's this indoctrinating language that has been so prevalent for decades and decades and decades. I mean it's like yeah famously. Hitler was like. Hey here are the jews. Here's a scapegoat. And yes that is. That is exactly what happened in germany. Ed's you know it is the same thing happening now. I feel like they're pointing. The scapegoat now are minorities. Mexicans and black lives matter movement and yeah just like i've heard i've heard the word antifa used so much more on the right talking about what's happening on the left than the left about it like antifa such a small collection of a small amount of people. That might not be going about this the right way but it but that word. I've heard it so because because for better or worse. I always try to make sure to watch things from the right and the left. I i probably watch a lot more fox news than all to you and all of our friends because the way i need to look at everything is in a you know global round and i because i watched those things. That's why i think. I'm even farther than the left and oliver friends than a lot of them are but nick. I mean box is not even a a not anymore we move on from there to liberal fox's but the the amount that word at t.f comes out of their mouths is crazy with how much power they actually have. You know. yeah anyway. The people in power are trying to tell people without power that this other enfranchise group are there the enemy instead of looking to the people with power and see what they're doing with it and i can't help. I almost said this to our friends. But i decided i didn't want to say anything in the group chat until after we had this. Podcast is i. Think the thing. And this is the last time in a santa's 'cause i don't wanna get any more political but And you can say you like but for me. The thing about the situation that as me the most upset because obviously there's a lot of things to be upset about. This is the capital. The way people are treated aren't treated the exposition between these people and other kinds of protests. All things be reached about but the thing that outrages me the most is how jovial and happy fees invaders are that are have invaded the capital and all the pictures and all videos they mostly have smiles and they look happy and they look okay with everything happening. A real movement went when something happens. That's awful and you know when the boston tea party happened. When the massacre the start of the civil war when all these things happen those people who look happy. It's because an insurrection. Happens because of how angry you are and these people look like they're hanging out at the local columbus club like they don't they. Don't look to the yet. They don't look they don't look scared. They don't have the same sorta like skating against the power. They are not scared of the police. They're not worried about anything it's because they are privileged and they know that they can walk right into the capitol building and like they're not gonna be fucking murdered in in hundreds. You know and like. I feel like if anyone else did this. There would be piles and piles of dead bodies everywhere and it's upsetting and part this. Faux outrage that got. That's the that's what i mean like. Bowl now real thing that they're like at who you're showing up. They're going to congress. And they're like i mean they're bringing the capitol building and there's like hey are they going after. They're the ones in power right now. Like it's just so confusing And mind boggling and part of the was going to say like this is a political podcast and like we were talking about the fact that we're americans we live in this country. We can have an opinion on this shit. I don't fuck like whatever if anybody that comes over and listens to our cabaret episode and finds this little nugget of how we feel. Olympic wants to know more. Let us know. We have way more to say looking musical with nazis data and we have not seen in real life. It's fine we are allowed to talk about. It doesn't matter But the point. I was making with f. o. Outrage is i think this is just crazy. How this movie nails. What the whole you know conceit of the movie right is life happens when you're too busy at the cabaret right. That's the conceited movie with. If you're not watching the things around you only watching the things on stage the sedation elizabeth. The you know the nice things you go watch the marvel movies. Go watch the fun things you go wash that kind of stuff. Everything's gonna happen around you and the way that these people are in the audience is so much so how these people are that watching. This movie was top especially scary too. Because i feel like it was like Like you know when you turn the water on a frog and you make it hotter little by little felt like. That's what was happening fell. Mike things were by little and we just didn't realize until it's too late And i feel like it so hard to watch the film and then also see things going on currently in news that same shit. And i'm scared now too. I'm like oh fuck am i missing. Should i go. i don't am. I not seeing that. We are currently a part of something. That's going to be much worse soon. Oh i think. I think you totally hit why. I've been so anxious because because that feeling of do do we need to go now.

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"1972" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

07:40 min | 8 months ago

"1972" Discussed on Now Try This

"During the movie. I was like okay like you should get out. Get out of germany. If bad things are coming please get out of germany. Don't you see the signs. And then i'm like fuck. Those same things are happening now. And someone could be saying that to me in the future and be like you fucking idiot markets. Didn't you see the signs. Why didn't you leave when you had the chance. It's so easy to see things happening. It'd be like oh you know what it's not gonna escalate. It's that fat and willard habits or thinking. They're one off incidents that are against the norm that they are independent of everything else happening but movies like this show that that's not how it works. Yeah because time passes and things happen if people don't just disappear you know like once everything you know changes or whatever. They're no longer in power like that's these things. These people don't go away their opinions. Don't change overnight so just a little baxter about cabaret. Cabaret is based off a series of short stories over then turned into a play that were done turned into a musical that there were then this movie you know made by candor and ab also famous for writing the music for chicago made this may this show In the movie was directed by mossy who everybody a lot of people now is a very famous dancing and theater director of the time. When the film was created in the seventies sixties and seventies marcus. So you sat out. I assume you watch this with their shouted. So yeah jonathon barron. I've clapped with touch. I think so. I want you to set me up. We don't do this for the whole thing. But i want to hear everything you're thinking like at this like right. Oh i i wanna get like i wanna be in your hat because this is why i would have wanted to give this movie right because this movie is so specific right yeah. There's so many movies that are so broad. But this movie is so specific. Want you to sidney down with. I want to be there with you. Set me up okay. So i'm sitting out on the couch now. this couch. We had to get specifically purchase for the space that we had. It's not the cia. The couch of us that would the you that is that. Is darren reading chair. But could see that little bit of the couch their skies if you want the visual representation this story the market is telling you need to check us out twitch dot com slash outright discuss now this couch is made to fit a very specific spaces that we we can have walking space into living room and this couch does not fit me a giant man a very tall giant mad a six foot three and change almost four six four on bubbles six four six four c on the couch it is not designed for comfort and so i go into most movies being like okay i might have just but i wanna like i wanna try to settle in and find my comfort spy so i can enjoy this movie as much as possible. I sit down. I started to fill. And i'm excited because it's such a fancy then it starts it's going i see lies manelli now like a fuck outta why. I just hate her face so much and then the movie continues continue hating her. She talks and a hater more. And that's the film progresses. I just genuinely hate her. After everything the choices she makes everything that she does the sound of her voice the way our faces shape. I i couldn't find a single thing. I really liked about her own. No it was frustrating. One of the most iconic performances of the decade. This is not the place i wanted this star. I tried looking items like okay. What is she famous for. Like i know elisa manelli she must be famous saying swishes. Yeah i looked it up. She's famous for this and big. Liza minelli and i was like. That doesn't give me anything. i wanted. Be redeemed as you know. Maybe she's ends up being like. I can go watch that and see how this is. This is that thing now. I was supposed to have. I was watching the thing. And i was disappointed by it. Sounds like fuck. God damn it upset. I'm sorry liza minelli is just not for me. No i i mean i feel like you wanna move on to the public as you don't wanna like rag but i want you to tell me why because i because i think she's such specific personality and she such a specific iconic person especially with this being. The daughter of judy garland or the famous on news of the screen. You know being famous for being a celebrity during this era of drugs and rock and roll grew. She grew up singing and nightclubs. And doing you know. Nice fun back. She was singing cabaret in nightclubs like years and years and years before they were ever going to make this movie it was on her like icon list song she sang. You know that's cool. Yeah i i will tell me why. What is it. Let me guess. Okay okay go. I guess why and it's very simple. Oh now i'm not sure. I wanna see i wanna hear you say well i feel like the thing you have a problem with is everything about her is so put out and not not even just that. She's big sometimes. She's a little smaller but everything she does. Seems like i went to college with you. I know who you liked and who you didn't like one of the biggest people you had problems with were inauthentic people. I feel like. I think you always gravitated to why we're best friend. You grab grab you gravitated away from the people that were do putting on a bit. Putting on a persona putting on a thing like l- well well And and i think. Liza as a person and sally bowles in this movie does that. The whole entire top by yeah. That's pretty much. I feel like she reminded me of so many people. I just didn't like in theater school. And i was like this movie reminds me of like a theater kids movie or it's this is made by theater people four theater people and they're gonna quote it it but it's not for me and i am i. It was kind of grinchey. E- it was kinda like annoying at times. I think her character is like you said her being fake was just very off putting for me and i was like she is a credibly annoying. But that's not to say that. I didn't like the movie because of her. I just didn't like her character. And i feel like you're not you're not you're allowed to be honest by your feeling so but part of me is also like i cannot like character doesn't mean i dislike the actor but i do also feel like like you mentioned earlier. Liza minelli just is this person. Also you know. I think you're saying. I mean 'cause i am a great. I usually agree with you about things like this right. I usually agree with you about people like this we. We usually dislike the but i grew up with his film. You know so. I think i'm i'm able to separate him more and also as an actor myself i think it does. It does make things a little. I think this is always where we disagree. Not disagree where we like diverge paths about things you know you see things from the back and see things from the front a little bit. Sometimes where i think..

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"1972" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

08:36 min | 8 months ago

"1972" Discussed on Now Try This

"The podcast and help keep it going. And each month we give the five dollar tiered patrons the opportunity to give us a challenge and it would create a poll and everyone goes in and votes on which challenge they want to see and then that is the challenge for the month and this month. The lucky winner topic was chosen by multiple. People in our voting patriotic was rian Four one four. They suggested for us to do one of their favourite films but before we get to what that is guys. Thank you for coming in now. Try this Boys here nick and market has come to you. Live and do the podcast. Go ahead and buy that patriarch on become part of the community. Leave us five star reviews on. Itunes truly truly helps with the algorithm. And you can say whatever you want in there. You can just say hi. We love seeing him. We love reading them. Here's a five star review from whiskey. Neat break said more please. I love the topic. See guys choose. It's like listening to my friends talk. It's great to thumbs up a very specifically they're black hands thumbs up nice. I needed to let you know that. Yeah for further ado. This week's is the luscious academy award winning film from nineteen seventy. Two's cabaret cavs. Thank you thank you now. Marcus i feel like we both have a lot to say we really wanting to get into it. Some of you might have one thing to say. Hey we don't know we haven't gotten into. Oh i think. I think i was saying that because if you have nothing to say i have so much to say. I have at least two pages of notes. Wow if if you get stumped. I am here ready and willing to vote tire. Time as the longtime fans of our podcast. No if needed to. I could talk the whole time but before we get. I want to check in with you. How is how you doing. How your holidays did you. Did you get what you wanted for christmas. You just want love embraces in your tooth. Forget all the songs. But it's weird. Because i spend a lotta time having anxiety about this podcast in like what i'm gonna say in potential like conversations and i was thinking about this the other day i was like oh if nick asked me what am i doing. I can come up with a funny joke beforehand. Just so i can say something. And then i did it because i had too much about that. But i'll answer. Earnestly i didn't get of improv is to just be open and honest and i. I had a good vacation. I took off from work. So i got the opportunity to just kind of like sh bomb around at home late a lot of video games. My brother and i had have a yearly contest. I think it's the fifth year. Now give us the results. This is the official. Was i of the challenge between your brother because video games are so important to you. How does what are the final results. I don't mean to rub this in his face. This is like the fifth year in a row that i have wide the nearly video game. Chess is your goddamn podcast. Whatever the fuck you up you son of a bitch matthew member with i feel like i never feel bad about it but i always win by like one or two and then this year's the i that felt bad because he texted him talking he said his list. I and i said my hair was like. Wow wow that's crazy. Wow i can't believe you always win by one or two and part of me was like maybe i was reading into too much but i was like. He's kind of maybe one hundred percent i get it. I understand. But i would never marcus. I'm not saying. I'm not gonna put you on blast but if you send me your results always second and you always have to. I would always assume and your older brother and older siblings. It's your job to lie your younger siblings about things and law. Just keep them in line to protect them. You know Okay so did you chat chat jets says. I think it's weird to call. Your brother said of bench because then you are you. I am also also do. You could be different things. Come on guys. christmas just happened. Things are high. Yeah you know how about how about how you don't come for marcus and his family. I'm just like maybe you had a pretty good good. How your break. Oh my god i mean. I didn't really have much of a break works weird. We don't talk about that. But what i will say is on christmas. I did something. That was different than what i usually do. You know how a holidays it. Tough for me okay. Holidays are tough. The usually reserved for moments of deep on we experienced cuddled up in my bed the entire length of it up but this year a new friend who only lives a couple of blocks invited me to their home for christmas with three of their close friends. So i had a nice little Everyone was tested beforehand. My person little quarantine to christmas with different new people any. It could have been awful because i ho high levels of depression and anxiety. Yeah and nuke. It and i told i told the friend that invited me this. Listen i don't know if. I would have came to this if i had known everyone. You're inviting to. This was so funny and so attractive added came. But i did it and everyone is so sweet and we played board games that i made new friends and it was really really great. It was one of the best christmases i've ever had which seems because it was so small in quainton citing. But that's i mean you've been home. You've been away from home for a long time so i feel like that's also a part of your mom moved in that all like it's hard come. Nobody's christmas so writing when they doesn't move to north carolina when i moved to new york city so there's besides joseph r third best friend who is in on the podcast and it never will be no actually. He was a guest guys. Go checkout billion covenant episode besides him there. There's there's nothing back home so that longing home it's been a constant quest for me new york city and having you here's help having our other group of friends has helped but having situations like this where i feel welcomed into the city like that a lot. That's awesome man and that was my christmas. I'm going all right christmas. I think people are sick of hearing about us. Yes let's give them what. What are they really. Come here for here. Here here answering. Fill over this. Is that search engine optimization that i always talking about when you listen to business strategy podcast the always talk about. Make sure you're doing something relevant and that's why we're doing this. Seo baby i feel guilty. And i wanna say this up top. I feel super super guilty. Because i'm scared that this is gonna happen a lot because i like more mainstream things than you sure. This is on my list to give you all that this all that reinforcement did was not ecuador ways to make you do something that i already loved so i will start with you. I want to know what you knew about this movie. What you felt going into it. Well you knew beforehand and what what what what were you bring with you. When i sat down and watched this filth. Here's an explained. The process journey that i went on. So i want you guys if you're listening if you're watching and you're not Joined united patron. I recommend omar on guys hold on you can watch these live on twitch at eight o'clock at twitch dot tv slash now try this casting watching twitch if you are not listening on spotify. Whatever you're doing however you listening right now. Go on the patriot. There's two tiers dodgier and the five dollars five dollars here. Lets you submit a one dollar. Let's vote and voting was interesting. Because i was on the my seat because i was like i don't want to watch the cabaret like with all my powered.

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Former Rangers GM Eddie Robinson, Baseball’s Oldest Living Player, Turns 100 Years Old

Charlie Parker

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Former Rangers GM Eddie Robinson, Baseball’s Oldest Living Player, Turns 100 Years Old

"League baseball's oldest former Player turns 100 years old Today. Eddie Robinson played first base over a 15 year playing career was seven teams from 1942 to 1957. He then stayed in baseball after retirement and worked his way up to being the general manager of the Atlanta Braves, from 1972 to 1976 and the Texas Rangers from 1978 to 1982. Robinson was a four time All Star and currently resides in Fort Worth with his wife, Betty. Well,

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Charley Pride, groundbreaking country music star, dead at 86

Anthony Valadez

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Charley Pride, groundbreaking country music star, dead at 86

"Today we lost another heavyweight in the country. Will Charley Pride who passed away today at the age of 86, who left his mark on music over on especially country music, played pro baseball for the Memphis Red Sox and the Birmingham. Black Baron's and became the first black member of the Country Hall of Fame. And this cut right here released. 1971 would become one of his biggest crossover hits. Kiss an Angel Good morning, and it would later earn him country Music awards. Top male vocalists the following year in 1972. Rest in peace. Charley Pride, Let's

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First woman, next man on moon will come from these NASA 18

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

First woman, next man on moon will come from these NASA 18

"Closer to landing humans on the moon for the first time since 1972 vice president Pence helped make the announcement. Heroes of the future. The Artemus Generation 18 astronauts assigned to NASA's artifice program. The Trump Administration's goal has been to land the next man in the first woman on the moon by 2024. The good news, says outgoing National Chief Jim Brydon. Stein. We have a human landing system funded for the first time since 1972 the bad news very little of the hardware is flowing. There have been questions as to whether 2024 is realistic even before the pandemic, Also up in the air. Will Congress and the American taxpayer pay for it all? Peter King. CBS NEWS Orlando Artemus, the Greek

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Dick Allen, 7-time All-Star and MVP, has died at age 78

Charlie Parker

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Dick Allen, 7-time All-Star and MVP, has died at age 78

"Dick. Don't call me Richie Allen. Seven time Major League Baseball All Star passed away in Pennsylvania 1964. Actually rookie of the year with the Phillies 1972 American League M v P with the White Sox. According to the team, the Phillies air heartbroken over the passing today of our dear friend and co worker, Dick Allen. He'll be remembered not just is one of the greatest the most popular players in our franchises history but also a courageous warrior who had to overcome far too many obstacles to reach the level. He did.

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"1972" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"1972" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Into favour after Stalin had died and I think was there was an interview with heard swear he was talking about how grin was so poor that he was actually hunting animals in nearby park he could actually eat something he was hunting kroger's with a bow and Arrow and he just thought because I say, why did you choose the stories? We doesn't say anything about this. He doesn't say anything about the story to what it what he liked was Alexander Green thought that he was nightside been cast. He was starving. But then if that is in the film, he's just not she answer the question of what is about Jesse Mulkey. Ana. It just tells you the what to green was cheating in the park and staffing. It's like, nuff said, yeah. So I chose the story given that he said that it was an odd film to make. He might have forgotten by the end of it why he wanted to make it. The only other grin adaptation that I've ever seen is the rat savior from seventy six, which I think is is A. fucking accident film. It's savvy in net. Okay. That's what I thought. Yeah. It's just wonder fall so. Accord. Ages I, WanNa, go watch it again in invasion of the body snatchers rats sounds Rask's. Looking at the now in as. Playing in the background, the painted women aspect is in the makeup. I was a little startled gain mentioning sweet gains of light summer because one of the characters in that, his Goya on, he's of course, a painter and he literally paints the lead actress and she becomes very literal painted woman completely naked covered in paint. Being in comparison to that film which was made for. TV This is almost restrained painted women. It's fascinating why that they represented because we do learn that Victoria does have her aren kind of facade in that. Her black hair is a WIG which removes at the end before attempting to hang herself but otherwise they make up never feels like a facade it feels like Bam and it matches very closely if not exactly which is quite interesting because quite often. When makeup is used so heavily, it is uses of sod as mosque, but you never get the feeling that it's hiding anything and at the end when the WIG comes off, the only thing that this revealed is being hidden is that Victoria has red hair as well. So there is that bond between them, which is why I was thinking is red representative of bond. Because it's like the Victoria is hiding her red hair she's hot in the fact that she is exactly like assist. The has that connection tour. Alright. Well, episode over. Well, thank you so much guys began to shell. Got A NA often the representation of it's eluded to a little here as. The relationship between men and women is a really consistent part of her Tsutomu Goofy at that is it sounds dumb Zayn 'cause it's consistent pod in a lot of films and even saying like death is a really consistent pot of he's films sounds a bit films but death is really present in his films and the relationship between men and women is also really present and I watching the creator I it's not really not a lot of countries in reviews that I've saying about how much that film is about domestic violence. In the raises a hand hit anybody in your does spoiler blood kill all these family, but there's that controlling aspect that is not often. So addressed in relation to domestic violence, women are not allowed to I think no on my. The. Women I had one of the Lizardo commentary. Half, a line of Dodd as those those looks that no that then allowed to speak but is also the like oil lamps way the the relationship between men and women is complicated by all these searchable structures, requirements, duties on things that. Might actually flower or never allowed to. Actually Mogi is that actually sat in that same time period, which is interesting. So he followed one after the other and then he did the same with the ninth. On beating the beast in a very similar. The smaller traditional fairy tales you didn't Gemini do that across the Board it's just it is in that same thought tin the century. So they still have those very victorian values. You have the fact, the CLOUDERA, they don't really take seriously because the victorians that whole idea of women being hysterical and if you would middle class, she was supposed to feign everywhere and lie on Shea Sloan gympie very we can hypochondriac and so she they think she's like one of those women. When what could they cannot cancer? I could have the She thought. And she just lies in bed all the time and they just think she's hysterical because it's like a very. Victorian troposphere, not area and I never used his Kazan. She's not really but no one really takes it seriously that will just get. To sit with her. You know. Just, to start a coil when she's actually being Brady police and and that's a key thing in it off out Victorian Niche women don't get believe I suppose to be we can feeble in L. and half these complaints that can't really be explained in any scientific to said, always sent to their beds someone sent into to watch them for whatever reason paints on not. So periods in the father's gone and these women and NY harasses in the guy start coming out of the woodwork, you know this post to be independent in time. When women on that I'd be independent. So the whole idea is we have to marry you walk ny sweetest pain to that oil lamps is sat in that same will timeframe is while the end to victorian-era well, it's also fascinating opposite to sign of cancer where you have of female patient who is dying of cancer but the doctors won't tell her they don't want to freak her out and disturb with that answer even though he is clearly unwell and disturbed and worrying they are hiding this knowledge of It's the absolute opposite position. At Yeah It hurts constantly he's like he's just flipping these different positions around playing with them He's films Whiz fame the male centric and female century can will overtake me is sack. So there's children any in women's come. So as Hayes Auto Park Roxie OC was with his matter is like a woman story an old cat mate will most isn't main characters a female sauce very female centric film even though it sees most autobiographical, which is interesting I don't think he was particularly interested in gender the no I agree with that interested in Genta, but you gotta think Czechoslovakia wasn't a particularly progressive country in Communism, the social roles definitely interesting because I think there is that. Going back to sweet games of some of that this, even though this free sexually liberated sensual woman whenever the females who were given name and characterization disappear the main just immediately run to the sex workers and they kind of white in the wings. Almost vampiric like and that is that also has an echo, win this with the the scene in the brothel that it has a similar kind of feel that it's like even the good men they still move in the same circles as the sex work is even if they aren't partake and is this interesting overlapping those kind of goals and you can't even see that in in. Something like a nine tot which even though the the ninth heart breaks down those roles between because of the chaos oddness of of what is occurring the aristocracy is inviting Lewis into the circle and so I think he he is interested in that the the the search voles people play and the Times at which we let down how we present them perhaps more sorry than. The fixed position that we might believe they have. All right. Let's go ahead and take a break and play trailer for next week's episode probably more like a clip and we'll be back with that right after these brief messages. It's not easy having a good time. And it's not cheap either. 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"1972" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"1972" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"So she starts to know is the her reflection in the mirror is another entity who events should he sucks her into the mirror and takes place so it seems to be The way she used in that round it seems and I'm not saying thick Judaism in doubling the mazing stunned in a more. Traditional I. Love All all those books Dr Jekyll Mister. High is the probably the biggest one? You got seventies actual to split personalities, but the way they use in eastern European one is just so imaginative. We it and. Just I think a lot darker niddle scarier I used to be scared of reflections when I was a case. About Mary. Thing when I first thought Mary Story was horrified, you know the fought you d'appel guy could be so it seems to be in that same round but uses the twins but then he uses the animals is the doubles is while so it's like working on all these different levels so much of the double in that but then again, no used in a way that we would expect in more Western gothic stood in a much. More, surreal way we've got the theme of Schizophrenia in Arizona on all the nations. It's not just doubling like I said earlier, there's a lot of mirrors and it's not just one version of somebody I a second version of somebody we have mirrors going off into infinity, and then we've got Clara's dressing table where things are split into three and I find it interesting too that it's one panel where she will see something like she sees. A reflection of Victoria putting the poison into her drink and Then she'll see a version of herself who is dressed in orange and I love the way that he's using color and here as a signifier like she's got this reddish orange hair, her double in the Mirror has this reddish warns us dress on and she actually will like you're saying hallucinate this other person than when she sees some oranges she almost goes into a faint because it reminds her of that. But yeah, it's not just two of the sisters you have these multiples when it comes to all of these mirrors, it pays in so many of those stories and I don't know why it just seems to be a trend. Mirrored to use in the same way that the doubles so used but they used in our said the surreal more fancy way where in this often when she looks in the mirror, she doesn't just say reflection not you say she sees something else almost like a premonition, a hallucination or primary nation the comes in seems to come more literary thing which had switched to. So much into literature I'm painting and I think that informs of his films because with this, we have claimed with the costumes and the and the accents of gold to never and I left claimed, and he just brings all these things in together I. Think the Caz like Ben said, his background is in design in puppetry. It's in these more physical artistic like these craftsmen. Of things where he's he's just making families making a painting salsa background must white just stands are even enhances films it stands out is. A point where each seems to be really experimenting with things and seeing how far can I go with a smoke? Can I get away with an oversea couldn't get away with all of it because the state hey, today and bombed him from making films not yet. It's 'cause they like this is a horror film which the same thing happened would be in the beast he wasn't buying them, but they will you said you were making a children's this is horrifying, but she's like seems to be what he did. Everything, they were like high on and he thought well, I thought it was romantic with is, is a really romantic film but romantic in Gothic Romance sense of dangerous but they think get they thought they were gonna get this really sweet I mean will they thought they were going to get they were horrified which I laugh I. Think it says a lot about the ineptitude of bureaucrats. by Dr Known, what they ever GonNa get the Double Ganger you know a lot of the times in London traditions the double Ganger fear of Death Oh dum site only makes sense. But the I noticed that there's one particular edit later in the film where they show the same shot three times is that there's not only doubling the that tripling as well as you said it. Also seems to be three of them in there is the the white there is the the orange red in the black and I I had like numerous Norwich ause like what does red symbolizes implies death. Symbolize, a bond may be. Just like constantly Joanna, pin it down I was like this at and pin it down and he just like not not bad but it's it's fascinating like the like you said that he's experimenting because. Hurt said that the only film ever made that was finished the way that he intended was the chromite uneven. That had the ending change from what he originally shot and this a basically the film was originally meant to pretty much end halfway third with clower discovering that these nerve Victoria. that. Inherits his wages schizophrenic fill about a split personality and I didn't find that out until after I'd seen it twice. When I found that I was like arcade. It makes more sense now because there is a certain incoherence to a lot of the films like there are a lot of things that feel like they dropped metaphors and symbols that then going nowhere that makes sense when you realize that will while they basically said, no, you can't make the film he made he had to take the original story and then continue on making it without the twists. Yeah. I woke up his court for Interior that he gave to Keno I it says. Where the film ends should've Bain, just halfway through in the middle of the original story, the Good Sister Wake Stop Ngo asks but they tell that she doesn't have won. It should have been schizophrenic story about a person who has a good and also a bad side. The administration couldn't accept that and they got rid of the whole second part of the story and heals. US. said that I didn't like the film and the shooting was very authorised Terry I. Took it as an exercise like when a pianist does finger exercises I also had the possibility to try different film tricks when act just IVA yearns, zero. Plays opposite herself. So it was really more exercise for myself than I would expect it would develop into something. Interesting. Sir. The. So much. One more way into nationally was a surprise to him bed. You're absolutely right cat he experiment and you can see. There is an excellent remind me of. The Mario Bava Film on five Dole's from August Moon, which is not a particularly great film but Bava Height that film. Sorry. Basically you can. If you know that he hated that making that film, you can see that he's just trying out tricks that he would then use too much greater effect in light of films. This definitely worked at a lot better than five dollars. are gay But there is that sense of experimentation, an incoherency which actually does feed into the film in Fade into what's going on as much as I would have loved the the split aspect now that that that's a twist that's almost it is old now. Hold Adrienne. Clearly, this film is not in semi to using that incoherency in a way. It feels like it makes the fume feel like it's missing something but it becomes kind of question sale wet leaves you at the end going like what was that what just happened like way like you? Yeah. You get the little bits of like. Little, bit of power in there and a little bit of. He said the Russian literature and is all these other different bits and pacers though. I don't even want to say mingling I wanNA say mango together like the old climbing I reach out the going. This is my main This is my meaning until the end it's like Nah actually your made a quotation mock schizophrenic film because it has just been chaos pouring out of. Yeah. It really reminded me of the I can't remember if it was a second or third chapter of trilogy of Terror..

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"1972" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"1972" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Of this shit is terrible y'all anyway let me stop that's my point about to go in like in the last argument was very like pro-militant argument where those black do who was like uh he worked with stokely Carmichael back in the day like he was super pro black and to the point where like they saw black drug dealers as an extremity white supremacy within our neighborhoods they saw black black drug doses rice traders okay there wasn't oddest there wasn't this understanding empathy does you know like Nigga you betrayed the rice with this bullshit you I hear selling the white man's poison to our black P cool there's nothing be glorified about this fuck your raps fuck all that shit this is fucking us up and they were on site were drug dealers and the cops won't come don't worry cops call us we will come at fuck that Nigga you see some is selling drugs let us know what street will be there and I will do that they were rollerball somebody you get one chance to quit dylan drugs after that they would either whoop your ass cops sometimes probably both I don't know but the cops even call him a great informant because he was so sure that this was pro blackness cleaning up the neighborhood getting these drug dealers off the street and away from these days 'cause you know crime was rampant like the the rates of crime was were so ridiculous at the time people were looking for any solution and all that to say white man tells everybody hey this is going to lead to mass incarceration recidivism criminalization of an entire community of black boys and men this will fuck you up for Jenner fucking ratios five six generations that we'd never know never you'll never recover from this never recovered is is Washington DC black politicians black. fire black city council black police and they said foot that man work will criminalise me anyway now that's not the be all end all to everything wrong with this system obviously you know they were hoping you know to get these people some help and stuff what matter of fact that militant dude I was telling you about he didn't even fucking like Methadone clinics like the Methadone was a way to get people for heroin and he was like y'all not trying to wean them ottaway offer heroines the using a government control version of heroin to get these people addicted to that shit so I'm not even with that like he was dead Porco woke about it like like you know like he started picked big game these were not coons is my point no they were not so what I'm trying I say here is even within this judge who hugs Amber Geiger I'm not even a call her coan or some shit eh I see may think this is what is best and maybe she might be right the person should be able to commit a crime and still be considered a human being that has a chance of being rehabilitated the question is why did you only come out of the booth for her why the first invest some shade that make you think so yeah truecar's situation I'd heard bother me from from fucking day one but I think it took me a while to be able to articulate everything around it but you know this why keep reading these books this shit in someone's GonNa ask on twitter right now we'll we'll book was it again thing is called locking up our own by eighth Roman so abby e. f. r. m. a. n. I think that's his name so y'all Wanna read that you can check it out but yet that that's what it just reminded me of sympathy and empathy for not us all the time out of US care where did you score it yeah for her she is Andrea your own o'clock you you're dressed up and all your pay if Nelia for your job and your job it says Joe as behind that bench once you step up their bench you put on your regular civilian clothes owner the story you know she'd met on the street and hugged up different scenario but you own the clock Nah Nah that shit bother me way more than that kid agree yeah fuck about that Kid Madam have the right to be and I understand but you're projecting your feelings onto a chow that has the right choice decisions to make their own choice oh if he felt like he wanted to do he can do that you know regardless if he felt pressured to a regardless if something he opted to own his own toys you know but the judge does a grown woman yeah he was nineteen he might regret that shooting twenty years I don't know right a lot of people believe stuff in nineteen they don't always deal with you know later till later in life I don't know what I don't know I didn't know a grown ass woman judge who could just as easily call that woman back to private chain makes me wonder where fuck for everybody but you need to become the hugging Bible Pass now judge then I won't every fucking case I don't give a fuck who's in the room like that's ridiculous.

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"1972" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

16:22 min | 2 years ago

"1972" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"The middle health issues anxiety I mean talking about us going into mostly white workforce's workplaces and and dealing with the Steph Oh you did this was the only way you're right yeah possibly the other thing I know a guy constructiveness like for the minority contracts sometimes there wouldn't be companies Deca do the work like sometimes the government like they have to allocate a certain out so they will be the give it to somebody that couldn't do the job or they just wouldn't be enough applicants to job or something like that minder standing is what happens to that work because it's not like they don't why we don't need a bridge like I'm sure someone gets that work correct so our like our why people gaming the system to get an advantage over other white people like look we will put in a bid and table like they might not even be beating out other black people they might just be trying to keep this work from going to the market of other white people to be bid on anyway I only know that because I knew someone in that okay and they're still fucked up but has anybody ever isn't any reason why you don't have enough applicants for these visions don't about dead people go well just do the job and you light we'll shit the reason behind that well not just that but I mean you know you have to think about it this way to there's a lot of hurdles in America to becoming a person neck notches owns a business runs a business but a bit this is capable of doing millions of dollars a construction where correct and you have to be you know and you got black native American whatever so he's not an enemies businesses exist many of them can exist but maybe they don't they've already taken on a lot of projects or you know they don't want this happening like but the Vermont dedicates part of this their budget to we're going to be doing this work minority contractors the problem was again I said I think when those filtered through the system and there's no one bidding on them and there's no black people round people eligible my understanding is that that goes everybody at large and in any company can it would be better these companies think they're getting a leg up on competition my being like well in that moment before he goes to everyone I try to scoop up this word by claiming some sort of minority status or having a minority figurehead still fucked up but yeah I mean just what w the to me you know so even if there's no business being quote unquote harm well theory is harm you know the fact that black guy involved in this game regardless of which method they use these games where extraordinarily lucrative in many cases and we're tied to corrupt government officials the brother-in-law Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy William Wages said that he's one eight Turkey however to La Tiles look through genealogy records and found that all his relatives white dating back to eighteen fifty you always go for that we went back. ADP MANIGAULT tried to pull Elizabeth Warren ain't that some shit He must got that good hair real good here Wages claims to be part of the northern Cherokee nation which is not a real group he made more than seven million dollars to his company however was the La Times report came out his company refused to recertify into California's minority business program Tapie Guys I think we're going to be white again says the La Times story came out the municipal and state governments have started revoking the contracts with companies they were owned by white man posing as native Americans affronted by someone from a non white race right Rebecca Nagel the Cherokee nation community organizer told the La ties to scan damaging on multiple levels they kept actual minority owned businesses from accessing vital funds and contracts that kept them up flow while giving them their white competitors a sizable advantaged lucrative no bid deals yes that's the other thing the meal the bids are there no big deal so when the government allocates this me normally when is just open to every contractor they're like okay bid for this deal we want to make a bridge and people submit we can make a bridge for seventeen yeah I can make a bridge for sixteen million you know.

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"1972" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"1972" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"I listened to the Black Guy who tips podcast because rod and Karen are hot. Now here's a funky introduction of how Nice I am tell your mother tell your father send a telegram Rams I'm like an energizer could you see I last long crew was never ever wet because we stand strong now if you say my style is white this day wrong I say everybody you know so God no push it because I love it when you wack MC despise me they gave back several next they can't because catas- me I'm just applying and see who's five or three in very brave job remaining is not what it says the remaining training because I misbehave I pull the Fed could come check and before I get the butt the Jim Berry hey welcome to the blackout rod and humane we are alive on a Tuesday Ona Tuesday ready to do some podcasts then one more day before the end of the week episode for Our free loaders and of course the end of the week episode is walking day recap so we will be bringing back walking we'll be talking about it tomorrow so yeah you can find us on to stitcher Potter Matic search the blackout it was passed our views the official weapon of the show Ios an unofficial sport Ebola baugh extremes gene and let's get into the show okay a lot of stuff happening is a lot of news out there I guess because breaking news is the three suspects identified in the case of slain witness Joshua Brow police say it was a drug deal gone bad all does not good Joshua Brown testified in the case both on John he was a neighbor he also read supposedly you're supposed to be testified against expedient another case and so he just somehow ended up right after the trial ended getting killed right outside apartment he was devas- separate apartment complex on Friday oh different okay just days after taking a stand three suspects have been identify in the past and the murderer brown twenty year old jock warious Michio I guess I think I think we all know who was wounded team yeah he was wounded and is in custody at the hospital he's expected to be charged with capital murder police say they are still searching for that is Charles Green twenty two and Michael Dez Mitchell thirty two who they believe fled to stay in our say to be armed and dangerous douse police alleged three men travel from Alexandria breath to purchase drugs from Brown in the parking lot of Dallas Apartment Complex Aquarius Mitchell allegedly confessed that green got into a physical altercation with Brown and Shot Brown twice lower body according to Dallas police chief a remorse subsequently Browning allegedly shot aquariums Mitchell in his chest to query as Mitchell reportedly failed back into a car instead he heard two gunshots green smashed up Brown's backpack and the gun used to shoot Mitchell they took they took the other news good and three suspects bad off outlawed these places from each other about four and a half hours I believe God that's a long way to travel for some droves the suspects with Apple Enough Dr Mitchell outfit hospital before fleeing according to reports wars will be executed for him and other two suspects for capital murder said taoist beliefs by the police added cops gated twelve pounds of marijuana one hundred forty nine grams of THC cartridges at four thousand hundred fifty seven dollars in cash from browse apartment at executing the search warrant so they I guess they supposedly is moving major weight Dallas Major Eric Johnson asked the public in a tweet senator Al Franken speculation route brow shooting.

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"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"And music over the baptism service and box music override shots of clemenza walking up steps received dunbar seaney at a courthouse a las vegas hotel owner being massage and the corleone gang traps arrival leaving a flower shop in a revolving door and kills him a gang member luca nazis replacement impersonating getting a policeman shoots dunbar zini as the oil pours in one shot dead are shown in a second and third and we have michael lighting a candle all in the fourth at length the new family michael in the center stands on the steps of the church as in the first episode the photographer had grouped the family around the old godfather setting all family business before moving his operation to las vegas michael orders the murder of carlo after extracting a confession that answers for santino death at the toll booth clemenza lurks in the back seat and the unsuspecting car is strangled the windshield broken by carlos is foot corresponds to connie's shattered face as she accuses michael of engineering the murder which of course michael denies when his wife kay doubts he he lies to her directly in the room that was seen through blinds in the opening shot of the film now in daylight. He answers her question. Is it true with no still doubtful. K. leaves the room and as she turns from another room to look back sees clemenza bow to kiss michael's ring and as she acquires knowledge of this futile gesture michael orders the door closed as it closes coppola shifts to case face in the reverse angle reaction shot case his face is wiped into blackness and the film ends the black silhouette of don corleone is back in the opening shot and the final wipe over kay's face ace indicate the continuity of the darkness that secret knowledge brings now. It's time for our buzz from the back lot segment and this week. We've got some gory details. Marlon brando wanted to make don corleone on a look like a bulldog so he stuffed his cheeks with cotton wool for the audition for the actual filming. He wore mouthpiece made by a dentist. The appliances is on display. In the american museum of the moving image in queens new york orson welles lobbied to get the part of don vito corleone even offering to lose a a good deal of weight in order to get the role francis ford coppola. A wells fan had to turn him down because he already had marlon brando in mind for the role and felt that wells wouldn't be right for it. Lenny montana who plays luca brasi was so nervous about working with marlon brando that in the first take of their scene together he flubbed some some lines coppola liked genuine nervousness and used it in the final cut the scenes of luca practicing his speech. We're added later. According to richard castellano who plays clemenza he defended gordon willis during a disagreement that willis was having with francis ford coppola coppola got his revenge on castellano by making him do twenty takes of the shots clemenza walking up four flights of stairs. The smack that veto gives johnny contain was not in the script marlon brando brando improvise the smack and martinez confused reaction with real according to james caan martinez didn't know whether to laugh or cry the scene where sonny beats have have carlo took four days to shoot and featured more than seven hundred extras. The use of the garbage can lid was improvised james caan during rehearsals. Ah false horse's head was used for the bedroom scene for the film shot. A real horse's head was used acquired from a dog food factory. According to john marley marla the scream of the horror was real as he was not informed that a real head was going to be used coppola shot sonny's assassination scene in one take with with different cameras positioned at each shot. This was because there were one hundred and forty nine squibb's taped onto james caan body to simulate the effect of rapid rapid machine gun fire and they couldn't shoot another take mccloskey's death was achieved by building a fake forehead onto sterling hayden's head a gap was cut in the center and filled with fake blood then capped off of the plug of prosthetic flesh when the scene was being filmed the plug was quickly yanked out using a monofilament fishing line which doesn't show up on film. The effect was to make it look like a bloody hole. Suddenly appeared on hayden's head. Mow greens execution acution by a bullet through his i was accomplished by a hidden pellet shooter in the glasses is frame that smashed the lens outward and finally the align. I'm gonna make him an offer. He can't refuse was selected by the a._f._i. On their list of the one hundred top movie quotes it currently ranks wchs as the number two most famous line right behind frankly my dear. I don't give a damn from gone with the wind that concludes.

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"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Of warring family on mattresses mattresses and in the headlines or news reports of don corleone recovery and return home coppola condenses a series of events in the manner popular in in the twenties and thirties when calendar pages fly off or a landscape undergoes a change of seasons indicating the passage of time coppola a uses it to authenticate the history of the forties even using the title of the defunct new york sun while the soundtrack records tinny piano music after the violent series of shock attraction events of the third episode this set peaceful calms the audience and prepares the movie goer the recurrence of the pattern of betrayal and vengeance already presented several times and which will be repeated in a higher key in the fifth episode food which contains sequences devoted to michael in sicily cross cut with santino is adventures in new york warfare betrayal it also brings the action into a rising climax in the third sequence paulie has answered for the shooting of don corleone in the fifth we see sent tino's death coppola also introduces michael in the town of corleone sicily courting polonia well nino rotas sicilian theme is brought to full flower our on the soundtrack meanwhile sunny his mob waiting in the street and a long hallways enjoys his mistress. These sexual themes are cross is cut in such a way as to prepare for violence and murder in each sunny leaves. His mistress visits his pregnant blackened. I'd sister assaults her husband. Carlo dropping a garbage can on his head exterior shots of a sicilian wedding reception follow michael polonia feeding guests seated in a circle around them their first dance of the newlyweds their interior wedding night ending an embrace k. entering the new york headquarters to inquire about michael juxtaposed supposed with connie pregnant receiving a phone call from a woman asking for carlo culminating in a two-shot argument connie breaking dishes growing calm. I'm an sunny receiving a call from connie saying you just wait there. After sonny leaves the compound heatedly his henchmen caught off guard follow him at a the distance coppola brings him to his death in twenty four shots the last of which brings together the dead body the dead tollbooth attendance attendance and the car full of henchman arriving too late a dissolve again brings us to the face of the godfather at screen right in the screen area area occupied by the undertaker in the first shot of the film also parallel in construction to the first shot. Tom hagen the console yeti enters. Here's the frame where the godfather had been in the opening shot. The sequence in sicily that follows brings about the death not of michael but his wife at bologna who learning to drive ignites a bomb intended for her husband. This murder like that of the shooting of the godfather is due to a traitor fabrizio. One of michael sicilian cillian bodyguards it remains an event while preparations are made for the murder of the trader responsible for sonny's murder similarly reinforcing forcing theme throughout the godfather films of spouses not being fully equal to blooded family in the sixth and final episode which covers the years. Here's until one thousand nine hundred eighty five the great concert of family heads meets to establish the piece in a lovely irony coppola rewrites the death of the godfather michael case son three years old and he can read the funny papers is being taught by the retired don corleone to spray tomato tomato plants coppola has the boy working with a flit gun. A detail not included in the novel. This visual detail implies that the terror will we'll continue in spite of the child's being named mancini the soul of italy still as don corleone falls dead the sicilian theme on the soundtrack jack asks for respect and romantic pity for the dead leader the funeral don corleone the closing of the compound and the ascension of the youngest his son as the new godfather leads to a wipe into a black screen that concludes the film montage by shock attraction used earlier during the wedding reading reception during the inter cutting the shooting of don corleone and his sons activities during the cross cutting of son's death with michael's first marriage and his first first wife's death and in a lesser way with the child playing with a flit gun as his grandfather dies now counterpoint baptism and massacre in in church as.

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"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"A rhythm of calm and violence accentuated by visual irony that pulls the viewer and never let them go a cycle goal of violence that speaks to the core of the film's themes the wedding reception episode that opens the film pulls the audience in like few films openings can the opening shot with which the final shot of the film will cohere is dazzling in technical beauty as a sicilian cillian american undertaker asks for vengeance against irish college boys who have assaulted his daughter saying for justice we must go to don corleone coppola dollies back slowly gracefully revealing more and more of screen left the area occupied by the silhouette of the godfather the dalai back rather than zoom which would have involved operating zoom lens not moving the whole camera it keeps all objects in the background in focus and makes the expanding setting into a panoramic fresco from a shot dot with a beginning a middle and an end it moves into a two shot that includes the mystery filled figure of whom we are hearing foreground and background interact. The dalai on its purpose for journey is one of the most graceful camera movements in film history and finds behind the sinister outline of the dimly defined back of don corleone. Even during the dalai brando's voice complaints you thought you would find paradise in america and he chides the undertaker for resisting until now his counsel and help a cut to a reverse angle shot shows at last don corleone his eldest son santino behind him looking bored to reactions in the same frame after the reconciled undertaker kisses the godfathers ring a gesture of fealty that is repeated during the later ascension of the new godfather coppola okla cuts to a long shot of the reception outside in broad daylight a photographer in the foreground preparing the family for the wedding picture picture as if chess pieces assembled on a board all characters are introduced a genealogical chart of the family introduces us to all the key players of the film one of the many examples of coppola ability to use framing and meson sent convey a balance of plot what and thematically importance as johnny fontaine vito corleone godson and famous actor weeps over his failing career and as a huge huge wedding cake shown in high angle arrives don corleone says verbal irony a man who doesn't spend time with his family is not a good would man the photographer having assembled the family last saps family picture and the scene dissolves on a dance. The subsequent fade is itself a signifier of the lapse of time between the wedding reception and the second episode of the film the fate itself the black. The screen is the ending of something perhaps of a dream certainly of a simpler time the first of six episodes in the film l. is a space filled with motion several actions dancing body singing privy council acts of sex and dynamic namic cuts to keep the action flowing it is imitative of the motions of life when coppola does not cut he dali's or tracks gracefully early following persons and objects such as michael entering or the cake being rolled in with the movie goer compelled to enjoy the wedding reception yet privy veto the goings on of which no guests can be fully aware thus coppola gives the movie goer a privileged position at the wedding and prepares him or her for the ironies that follow in the well made plot. The second episode of the film opens with tom the lawyer landing in los angeles the second episode explains how the singer johnny fontaine got their dramatic part promised him in this self contained how how to unit coppola introduces a six hundred thousand dollar racehorse early in the episode shows tom's quarrels with the film producer who has refused to hire hire fontaine and ends in a long take a crane shot that begins outside the house enters the bedroom and ends with the producer stirring in bed head and awakening to discover the race horses bloody head in bed with him. The use of the crane shot for this purpose is sensationalistic. A former detail coppola crane shot is undeniably effective in stimulating an emotional response coppola is far more effective with the lap dissolve as we will see throughout the film but those who argue that the sicilian footage that comes later in the godfather is superfluous need to keep this california's sequence in mind signed. It is a journey to the west to the future as the later journey will be to the east to the european passed through a lap dissolve from the california. Ah -fornia estate to the face don corleone the two images held together on the screen as if to indicate the remote control for the terrorist terrorist action that we have just witnessed the sinister influence of the godfather is presented the second episode like all subsequent episodes has begun gun in calm and has ended in violence and terror this becoming the anticipated dramatic pattern of the film the pattern dominates donates the third episode in which several murders lead to michael's exile a result of the attempted shooting of the godfather the kidnapping and murder of luca brasi clemenza 's betrayal of the informer paulie and the murder of the corrupt police captain at a meeting between families families solazzo proposes and don corleone rejects the addition of drugs to the family enterprises which already include unions gambling and prostitution toossion the meeting concerning drugs has included tom return from a successful california assignment along with sonny fredo and clemenza and in the remaining segments of the third episode were treated to a montage that leads to a shooting and it's avenging as luca brasi journeys to bruneta toggle is nightclub nightclub as michael ince shop at best inco and attend the bells of saint mary's at radio city music hall and as tom enters the car of a rival family. The godfather is shot at a fruit stand freighter who is with him bursts into tears. Luca's hand is impaled with a penknife. Michael reads the headline headline about the shooting in the new york daily mirror and on the soundtrack have yourself a merry. Little christmas reinforces the irony of birth and breath. Tom taken prisoner here solazzo. Tell him. I don't like violence tom. I'm a businessman. The visual irony through shock montage is is a technique coppola uses to great effect both here and of course later in the film while don corleone is in the hospital. A package arrives arrives. It contains a dead fish. A message that means luca brasi sleeps with the fishes we have now entered a world of betrayals and we watch their arrangements with the head of the family in the hospital and a gang war in progress the body of the family lives on eighteen mattresses and each clemenza cooking the godfather which owes more to legends and filmed versions of reality than to reality itself acquires the aura of a romance manse with its king arthur lancelot galahad and sir madrid's as a romance of the mafia it reinforces the myth of fealty in the the masculine life it extols so the question then becomes how to get solazzo enclosed in the family compound much like camelot michael plots revenge coppola dollies in on his determined face in close up in order to point out his resemblance to his father even even before he has acquired his father's power at jack dempsey's restaurant he begins a dangerous journey that follows a false trail along a new jersey bridge into the toilet of a bronx restaurant where he finally murders the dragon..

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"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Week is the godfather which was directed by francis ford coppola and it was released in nineteen seventy two the godfather stars marlon orland brando al pacino james caan diane keaton robert duvall and john cazalet in one thousand nine forty five at his daughter connie's wedding don in-vitro corleone played by marlon brando. Here's requests in his role. As head of a new york crime family his youngest son michael who is as a marine during world war two introduces his girlfriend kay adams played by diane keaton to his family at the reception shortly before christmas drug baron virgil the turk solazzo backed by the tata crime family asks veto for investment in his narcotics business and protection protection through his political connections wary of involvement in a dangerous new trade that risks alienating political insiders veto declines. It's later solazzo has veto gunned down in the street. Then kidnaps tom hagen the family consul yeti played by robert duvall with corleone. His firstborn son sunny in command play by james caan solazzo pressures hagen to persuade sunny to accept salat so's deal then releases him veto survives and at the hospital michael forts another attempt on his father's life. Michael's jaw is broken by new york p._d. Captain captain mark mcklusky who's salato's unofficial bodyguard michael plots to murder solazzo mcklusky feigning a desire to settle the dispute michael meets them in a bronx restaurant where after retrieving planted gun he kills both men despite a clamp down from the authorities the five new york crime families families erupt in open warfare and veto fears for his son's safety michael takes refuge in sicily sunny taxes sister husband on the street for abusing connie and threatens to kill him. If it happens again when it does sonny speeds to their home but his ambushed at a highway toll booth and riddled with submachine gun fire while in sicily michael meets mary's up alania but a car bomb intended for him take her life devastated my son's death and realizing that the toddlers are controlled by the now dominant zini family veto attempts to end the feud. He assures the five families that he will withdraw his opposition to their heroin when business and forego avenging sonny's murder his safety guaranteed michael returns home to enter the family business and mary kay promising her that the business business will be legitimate within five years with his father at the end of his career and his brother too weak michael takes the family rains in nineteen fifty fifty five veto suffers a fatal heart attack at the funeral salvatore testa corleone capo as michael to meet with dunbar zini signaling the betrayal rail that veto had forewarned the meeting is set for the same day as the baptism of connie's baby while michael stands at the altar as the child's godfather corleone assassins murder the.

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"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"1972" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Catch me if you can classic movie must double feature will be available to all patriots subscribers so you can get these weekly episodes for just one dollar per month and you can can listen in the podcast app of your choosing. You can cancel anytime so give it a try and see if you enjoy having twice as much classic movie movie must in your life. I really hope you enjoy these new weekly patriot exclusive episodes of course your normal friday classic movie muscle the episodes remain totally free and unchanged subscribing on patriot at any level not only gives you access to these new premium episodes it allows allows you to support the show and vote on what films will be discussed on our regular friday episodes to get your exclusive access to classic movie must double feature as well as your other patriotic perks head over to patriot dot com slash classic movie musts a huge. Thank you to all our patriots subscribers. You really do make this show possible. Thank you for joining me this week. As we discuss francis ford coppola the godfather in this episode we'll we'll discuss the godfathers internal rhythmic structure of calm and violence in our feature presentation will hear some gory details in our buzzed from the back lot segment mint but first. Let's get into this. Week's opening credits our film. This.

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