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"albert hitchcock" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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Comedy Lab Podcast
"albert hitchcock" Discussed on Comedy Lab Podcast
"You know what I mean? They're like, oh no. We'll just quietly film him and get him fired. You know what I mean? But what are you gonna do? What are you gonna do? Oh man, you know, it's okay. I'll distract from the fact that they just came out of a bunch of fries and dropped them. I know, I feel bad. You know, what the thing is this, the thing is this. The thing is this. It sucks for her, but some bird is just gonna love that. You know what I mean? Am I gonna get the broom? They're gonna dump it over there, birds are gonna be like, come on now, it's like that movie birds, Albert Hitchcock. Oh, man. You know, it is great to be out here. I'm glad that Jamie doesn't have COVID. 'cause I'm just getting done with like a month and a half of having like double pneumonia. Yeah, yeah. That's been fun. That's been pretty fun. You know what I mean? It's like you can't breathe. But funny enough, my mouth still works to order DoorDash and pizza. You know what I keep eating food? So it's like in the course of a month and a half I gained ten pounds. You know what I mean? And I beg account is probably lost like a $1000, so. Damn, but it is great to be out here and great to see my family. I missed a lot of the holidays. Easter, all that, Mother's Day. She's probably here to shame me. I don't know. But she called me up last week, and I was feeling okay now. And she said, hey, let's go to the cracker barrel. I don't know about you, but you can probably tell by looking at me like half my home is furnished by the cracker barrel. I don't know if you've ever been in there, like that's a top dollar stock top dollar stock. So I don't even know. I feel like the first thing I've done in like a month and a half out in public is going to the cracker barrel I feel like it's a little whitest thing I could say on stage. You know what I mean? The only thing would be like, oh, I also led to an Ed Sheeran concert. Oh. Oh my God, it looks exactly. You know, but, you know, now that now that I'm feeling okay ish, you know, I'm feeling okay ish. I'm coming out here. I had to clean, got family over. And you just get so used to it. You know, like when you're sick or if your house isn't completely clean, you kind of get used to those trash piles, you know what I mean? Especially when you're sitting you got that like pile of Kleenex the gentleman now I'm just kidding. I'm not going down that road. I'm not going down that road, but I'm just saying like you got the pile of everything just to kind of pile up. And then you gotta pick it up, right? You got big enough. Eventually you're feeling good, eventually you're lady knows like, okay, you can fucking push up room around. You know what I mean? And it's like, all right. Okay. But then you clean, right? You clean, you notice that the light switch is now more available. You don't got to move, close out of the way. So when you get that, I don't know about you, but I start getting like phantom trash pile. You know what I mean? I love that phantom trick. Like, if you lose a limb, they say you get like a phantom limb. You feel like that's there. This feels like a bad taste because my grandpa doesn't have a leg. Shit. Oh God damn, I'm sorry. I am so sorry. I am so sorry. I got one family member losing a leg and another one losing an eye. I feel like I don't know if diabetes or becoming pirates over you. You know what I'm saying? It's like ghost of Christmas passing right over there. You know what I mean? That's what I'm saying, but so I had a clean. I had to clean up. But one of the things I noticed, one of the things that I really, really upset me here about my lady is we kind of have this game and we have this game. It's a game that I think she invented. I kind of play along with it. It's kind of like Jenga. Or the toilet paper. You know what I mean? Like she has the whole thing because like, she's like, oh, you're just throwing only toilet paper. What is that completely empty? I'm like, why don't you just leave it in on the roll? You know what I mean? She just takes like one square. Not gonna replace it. There's still nothing. One more square. You know that I go in there, I'm like, we could play this game. I can play this game too, you know? I'll take two squares. You know, no cardboard, no cardboard. It's all good. It's all good. Oh man, I feel like I should go back to the diabetes joke. That's kind of what's going on. Oh, damn. You know what? This has been a good time. I'm gonna end it here with something I'm really excited about. It's something that makes my heart feel good. Gives me a reason to wake up in the morning and that is garage sale season. Yes. Yes, yes, I love it. Everyone loves garage sale season. I mean, I look at some of the cars and I was like, that dude likes garage sales season. Now what definitely likes around sales season? That one is throwing the garage sale. That one is throwing the garage sale. But the thing I like about garage sales season is I like to go on the hunt. You know what I mean? Everyone's got something they're looking for, whether it's like old TVs, car parts, drugs, whatever. Again, rock for an area. You know what I mean? Shooters. But the thing I am hunting for. I don't know if you remember this, but something I've always on the lookout. It's looking for these ever elusive beanie babies. That's right. That's right. Those are you clapping? You get it. Those of you not clapping, you put a little bit too much stock in DNA babies. You lost some money, I get it. I get it. One man's trash is another man's treasure. But you know the thing I noticed when I was flipping through these beanie babies. I look at the tags. I start noticing the dates out there, right? It's like July 2nd, 1992. May 1st, 1994. December 2nd. 19 93, be like, oh damn, man, these things are so young. No. No, that was almost 30 years ago. These are not babies anymore. These are more like beanie adults. You know what I'm talking about? Like, I feel like in she at this point, this punch is an inchy, inching through his first divorce. You know what I mean? Man. You all been great. My name has been drew sip. Thanks for getting over to me. Thank you. Come on up here. Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe. It's like we're starting to fight or the Ninja Turtles. I don't know. When do you have 5? We got no hugging it out. My peaceful person. And I don't know our neighbors said that all white people were serial killers, so taking lent who was hilarious and it is a joke and she is a comic, but something sounds something like that. Hi, I don't know, were you just doing a masturbation thing to me? Oh, I know exactly what's going on. Come on.
Strange Brew Podcast!
"albert hitchcock" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"A fifty fifty shot whether you're gonna get murdered for that kind of the gamble so he was arrested by canadian authorities. A body should nagy. You shouldn't kill rape ripa women. You shouldn't our in french or something. I wanna tell you a little bit. Shouldn't better that we min you. Just make a spaghetti the spaghetti. He was convicted of both murders and sentenced to death. Nelson was executed by hanging in winnipeg in nineteen twenty eight and undertaking is crimes nelson nelson. Has people yeah man here. The motives of operandi is most of his victims were middle aged landladies. Many who he wouldn't he would find through room for rent. Advertisements clearly like got a room for rent and then posing as a mild manner and charming christian drifter nelson used the pretext of renting a room from the land ladies and the boarding house to make contact with them before attacking them. Each of his victims were killed via strangulation. Hence wise name was the dock strangle and many were raped after death and he. The one of the worst bad victims of victim of a fourteen year old girl named lola win was the only known victim to be specifically mutilated after death and nelson's crime spree which consisted of consisted of twenty two known murders. Made him the most prolific ciro killer by convictions in american history. But until the discovery of one coronas crimes can edit and then he's gonna say it again inaugural nineteen seventy one other load. The discovery of one coronas crimes times. What's the source of inspiration. For albert hitchcock's one thousand nine hundred forty three shadow of a doubt john christie john reginald holiday christie known to his family and friends reg reg christie. Always reggie's edging boy. English sheer killer profile. Sorry you want the yorksire who was active during the nineteen forty s and early nineteen fifties. He murdered at least eight people including his wife ethel. You admitted her to fi- strangulate. Okay grow in his flattery. Curling someplace noting hill notting hill london. John christie moved out of rilling tin during march nineteen fifty. Three soon after the bodies of three of his victims were discovered hidden and wallpaper covered in his kitchen. These people were hidden behind a wall. And then you just put fucking wallpaper over it. Wouldn't that look good clear as day like a like a body. Nobody think he'd put it inside the wall. And then just put the wallpaper overall you know he drywall. The man and then put while like doesn't make sense discovered hidden wallpaper covered. Alco what did he put up there. Fucking hand perfectly pencil. what's an l. And also a little them like knock all right and that's just like a little storage area. What's an alcove. Why what do you mean wallpaper. Though wallpaper covered alcove alcove as and he added covered in wallpapers a lower. I'm pretty sure that's just covered on paper recess in the wall of a room or garden. Yeah so it's like. Oh he fucking just cut it a big square and throwing wallpaper over it so fucking solid. You're good yeah. I thought you meant. He just put him against the wall and then just paper over so clear as day. You can't see it though. There's flowers to for lucy. Collusion to further bodies discovered in the garden and his wife's body was found beneath the floorboards of the front room. Fac gad john. Christopher cares john christie was arrested and convicted of his wife's murder for what he was hanged. Hung anton agree with me. It's hanged anton is a stupid name. So that doesn't count his dope name. Listen to this kind of listen to it harder. Listen to it toys three times. That guy just kidding you too. John christie's victims were borough song and her baby daughter owed nasa. Shit giral dean. I just hanged addition hurrell beam. Geraldine my no roy right. That's a weird fucking gerardine on. I'm not named mica. That's for sure. There's a lot of fucking names that don't make the cut anymore. Like bethel who along with alex quarrels been timothy evidence evans. And you still get called billy at seven you know that is transfer over highly joel. How hard it is to be like. I'm bill bill. You don't sound fucking inviting at all. You sound like a fucking grown ads grumpy. Then you okay fine. I'm william and they're like really you're the will will show your will you. Sounds like a frat boy name impulsive. I have no options. I have to really. They were all lewis. Yeah there you go. You sound like seven hundred. Plus billy lewis. I should be your william. Louis kirby billy lewis sounds like a gay guitarist. Oh my god. I forgot this show. You and i'm gonna show these people because it was months ago. Leeann lewis furby. This was fucking months ago and k. You guys all know. I work a lot now. I'm fucking i. I got a lot of random calls. I got a call. And i missed it so i tried to call him back. They didn't answer. I not the tax big ass thing going. Billy attic insulation tests. How can i help eunice. I send the big thing or whatever and then they sent back they're like. Ll just wanted to see if it was real. And what you said the name on the podcast. And i just want to see if it was a huge fan and i was like oh my god. That was like last year. No fucking shit. He gave it his fucking phone. That was in. The episode was long ago. And i could not believe that was still coming through like that's like three months ago. I haven't gotten any new calls. Any new techs shit and then like as we do to actually found that. And like when i to check soldier. Boys fucking awesome. I'll i'll show you the until.
Strange Brew Podcast!
"albert hitchcock" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Eighty seven yeah happy in russia in russia so again he was not wealthy he only made it to the fourth grade and said that he was a sickly boy often spent time reading books. Help to help develop his inquisitive. Mind and law and lifelong yearning for knowledge. This guy was a guy who wanted to keep reading also concerts being on his own. Where wisconsin being by himself and where he was like you know what i mean like years obviously comfortable being alone so he learned stone masonry so he did have knowledge of how to work with stone. Fm masonry is in freemasons. That actually comes from people building shit with their hands and now it's a better call that kids really also mason. And that's it legitimately they building. It's essentially is so at the age of twenty six. Th this guy's a fucking piece of shit he was engaged to marry agnes. Scutts thirteen ten years young. Okay i was like jesus i mean that's not that bad but what i real so you was seventeen sixteen. Sorry this is This is the girl that he supposedly referred to as his sweet sixteen. The whole reason this yes this place which they say right so until she broke the engagement off so then decided to emigrate to north america on april seventh nineteen twelve and this is their deep broke up and the crime forever and now he also move away. He arrived in new york city at first and nineteen twelve after looking for suitable work on the east coast. He relocated to the pacific northwest. There was the logging money travel from one thousand nine hundred seventeen nine hundred seventeen. He went to oregon and supposedly he had filled his draft registration stating that. He was a self-employed and engage in ax handle manufacturing so he wanted to go to world war one but they kicked us little lhasa pro pro so question. Do you know that albert hitchcock you know the guy that made the movie psycho and all that shit. He tried to get drafted in world war. Two and they said he was too fat or became super-rich so in nineteen twenty two to nineteen hundred three. He had contracted tuberculosis corden souls. He moved to florida and where he purchasing under the parcel of land in florida city. So at the very tip of florida which was lightly. Why am i saying that. Wrong in habilitated. Yeah i guess so. I'm stone to So on february twenty seventh nineteen twenty-three the homestead enterprise newspaper published a notice e leads scallon in california has purchased an acre of rl more homestead and is planning to erect a home..
WNYC 93.9 FM
"albert hitchcock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One across Canada and across North America on Sirius XM 1 69 and for NPR X. My name is Tom Power Spooky. Back in the 19 sixties, you'd be hard pressed to find a movie scarier than the birds and Saying Back then they didn't have the luxury of CG I or anything like that. So ah, lot went into the practicality of it. You know, the special effects couldn't be that great. So the acting really had to send chills up your spine and the actor who was able to do that so effectively was Tippi Hedren in our 2016 memoir, Tippy talks about being in some of the biggest movies of the sixties like the birds, but also the psychological thriller Mirny. She talks about what it was like to work with Charlie Chaplin. I got the chance to speak. With Tippi Hedren. When the book came out, we're bringing it back today for her 91st birthday, So there was one line in the book. I wanted to ask her about where she said that Alfred Hitchcock, who made the birds was quote a man I look back on with gratitude, admiration. And utter disgust. This is what he had to say about Albert Hitchcock is just a warning. We talk about sexual assault in this interview because I so admired his his art. You know, he was one of the most famous producer directors in the business when I was really discovered On a one of the commercials. It was a Seiko commercial. I was received a phone call. Are you the girl in the Seiko commercial? And I said yes. Why? And they said, Well, there's a someone who wants wants to meet you. And I said, Well, who is that? If I may I ask. They said, welcome over to Universal studios and will will introduce you. And it was Alfred Hitchcock. Was very, very exciting was awesome. And then, of course, it all went. Uh, bad monkey, can you can you talk a little bit more about how it went bad? Well, I don't know if you've ever been the object of someone's obsession, but it can be imprisoning. And if you're not interested in that person, it's it doesn't Doesn't bode well and I finally had to say I want to get out of the contract. It became so oppressive and he said, Well, I'll ruin your career and I said, do what you have to do. And I walked out. It was sad for me because I was I had been given this wonderful gift and then it was taken away from me for Reasons that we're not good. And in the book you describe how Alfred Hitchcock sexually assaulted you. Well, he tried to He didn't succeed, but it was a very uncomfortable time and that's that's when I said I have to get out of this contract, and I I ran out of the room and slam the door. I don't think I've ever heard a door slam harder. It still rings in my ear. But it was it was To me. It was just very sad because we had such a wonderful working relationship. And friendship. On with his wife online, and it was really wonderful and then Have it just swept like somebody took a rug and pulled it out from under me. It was sad that I that that had to happen, and it didn't need to happen. That's the problem. I'm wondering how you carried on Psychologically. After that, In in my mind, I was doing what I needed to do. I needed to get away from it. And I did. And in the book, You say he had this hugely damaging effect in your career. Even after you finished working for him. Well, he, um, When I said I wanted to get out of the contract, he said no. And then he continued to keep me under contract and course when I got out of the birds and Marty I was hot as an actress and And there are a number of directors and producers who wanted me for their films, but he was in control. And it was so easy for him. All he had to do is say she isn't available. How And that went on for a couple of years. And finally I got out of the contract and Two weeks later, I was asked to do the Charlie Chaplin film. With Sophia Loren in Marlon Brando in London. I want to talk about the Charlie Chaplin film at but but there's two themes that come to mind When you read this book. It's It's persistence. And it's and it's fearlessness. And I think that so many people you know, after Going through. Something like that. Would find a challenging to keep going, but but you always did. Yeah, I didn't e. I have that. I don't know. I don't know what What do you call it? I don't know. Tenacity. That's a good word yet. Let's use that money. Just very tenacious. If you're just tuning in, I'm speaking with acclaimed Hollywood actress humanitarian to be Hedren. Your film career like you mentioned did carry on your work with Charlie Chaplin. I gotta ask this. I don't know This isn't in the line that I was going to ask you. But you know Charlie's happen to me, but as well the Mickey Mouse like he to me. He never really existed. You know, like because I was born in the late eighties. Like he he was just this this character. I see him as his character. It's hard to believe that he was a real person. What was working with him like Well, you know, it was It was just so it was so much fun. Um, uh, you know, you know, Sophia Loren and Marlon Brando were in the film with Charlie directing, and Marlon heated It hated what he really hated the film. Well, we'll see the way Charlie and directed was he would act out all of our parts, and that's how he directed. Then you say. OK, now you do it. And can you imagine Marlon Brando with his method acting behind him? And having to deal with this kind of direction. He won't He really wanted to quit? Yeah, and he wasn't allowed to because he was under contract. But I'd loved watching him and he would. He would just change character just with a snap of a finger. He'd become my character to feed his character or Marlon's character. And it was just it was delightful to watch him. Wow. And then and then roar took ahold of your life. This is a film a bit of a legendary film you produced with your then husband. No, marshal. If you don't know this film, we've talked about it on the program before. This is a film that starred you and your family, but also more than 100. Big cats, Lions tigers, a cheetah elephants animals you lived with for years preparing for this film. I'm have so much so many questions about this film, but I'll only ask a few What? What people say when you first told them about your idea for this film. They thought we were crazy. Yeah. Absolutely crazy because we were. We were dealing with apex predators and of course elephants, and I was thrilled. Thrilled beyond words. You weren't afraid. No. Oh, don't ask me why? I don't know. I don't know I but what? I what I what I did do was learn as much as I could about. They're, uh They're who they are and what they are, and of course, they are. Apex predators. And I read about the different personality traits of them and and of course, how dangerous they could be. And I did witness that a number of times. Um I I suffered one accident with one of the lioness named Cherries. Uh, we're doing a scene where I was crossing a wood log bridge across our river. And I fall and I'm supposed to fall. It's in the script and all of the lions and tigers jump over me. Walk over me. Whatever. And Cherries this rather and you know, bitchy little lioness..