20 Burst results for "Angela Lansbury"

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

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

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

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

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A New Documentary Shines A Spotlight On The Lyricist Behind The Disney Renaissance

/Film Daily

02:19 min | 9 months ago

A New Documentary Shines A Spotlight On The Lyricist Behind The Disney Renaissance

"Behind in beauty and the Beast Law Mermaid Aladdin was was basically one of the kind of. People who helped raise Disney into Disney renaissance, Disney, animation that we see in the nineties and he tragically died early from AIDS and This, movie directed by Don. Hahn goes into his life and his contributions to let that Disney legacy and It's it is direct is made in a way that is feels very much like an in Memoriam type of tribute to him because most of the film is apart from some archival footage of. The making of the songs behind the Beast and Lamar Mermaid is just photos of Howard Ashman and interviews with families and friends and colleagues But the interviews are all done in voiceover and none of the talking heads are seen a good way of making it all about Howard Ashman in all about just like his life in his experiences but in a sense, it kind of made it feel a little bit impersonal just because you're your invoices for a good. but it it works to make it. Solely, about him about about appreciating his life and I It's a really beautiful moving documentary. That is like it's made out of love because it's made by people who uh, sincerely cared about him and more than just like his contract to Disney and I but I did really enjoy the coverage that you see of him working with the orchestra and with the singers in the beast at which it movie opens with it shows them doing be our guest with Angela Lansbury and. Other singers and it's some it's really some. So it's just a really cool behind the scene sneak peek at it just like. To see him at work as well as just to see how it all came together in that kind of energy that before they knew it was gonna be a really big thing but everyone knows it's going to be something special kind of that kind of energy and I. I really like seeing that and it's a great documentary and it's streaming on Disney plus starting tomorrow August seventh. I was a big Fan of Don Hans previous

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Because you're going to sing for us and a couple of minutes you're gonna do the the beauty and the beast song are looking forward to that but what's it like for you because I mean you're it's I mean there's some costuming that's going on with your character as well right yes and some physical therapy going on is it physically difficult with all the cost me almost there yes to maneuver in a pot but it's actually kind of fun braces everybody learn to maneuver in a and actually lends itself to the story because all of us are are fighting to be human again and so the element and Theresa ham has outdone herself with the design of our costumes both as humans and as extraordinary objects and it is pretty amazing to be able to spend about an hour large pot to dating to be singing one of the most iconic songs from motion pictures of all time much less originally sung by Angela Lansbury rights it was at first and then when you find your way into it hi the most delightful song I've I've ever had the opportunity to sing night after night if there's something really special about the tune the moment everything and I just I I can't get enough of it now it's I mean it's it's such a beautiful warm story written for the kids but also for adults to see and I would argue at this time in the world right now to have a story that's about love and friendship and acceptance is even more poignant and if there ever was a story to be told for the holiday season it's so it's this one I think I I'm just super excited to see the show tonight so excited to have you there can be a lot of fun so you're going to sing the beauty and the beast song for us yeah and then we're gonna get another of the more the signature songs and she'll be be our guest from the ensemble that's joined us here this morning who we will meet in just a moment have the performances and I have to say of all the casts and performers that we've had her on the show Vester dressed group that we've ever had here today you look like you could be an ad for it you know if like for the on the loose the macys six.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Just walk me while I sing and fling. I can I can see the man remember sometimes it would go in my mom. You're singing sort of operatic and suddenly. Sorry. I'm sue me. When that happens. Yeah. Well, you've been so kind to let us come and invade your your space here, the lovely home well in Los Angeles, and and the Latin the last thing we we have to ask you is about murder she wrote 'cause. It was it like you said it is and remains this huge leap popular thing. That is referenced I was say, I'm fascinated by pop culture. References. It's still brought up and it's still you know, how does that happen? We never know. What was that like doing doing TV show like that a long running TV show? Well, it it took a great deal of thought and palm during two before. I did it. I I'd I'd done so many years of night after night after night showing a New York, and I think Peter my husband, and I decided it was time. I did something that I made some money. You don't make money in the theater at me tell you, and you know, that comes a point where you say to yourself. We've got we've got a settle down here. And that's when I decided to come out here to Los Angeles and make my break into into television, and hopefully find a series that would really make it for me. I was fortunate that I went to universal and. Net at the producers there, and we settled on a character that I knew that. I could bring off, you know, it was not by not very complicated. She was kind of a wonderful every woman, you know, what I mean? Just sort of covered. Covered. The the thoughts. Ideas of every woman, and I love that about her. It took a while to get it to the degree that it became which was a huge success the world success murder. She wrote has become but to it to start it off. We we did. Okay. She was a little bit. Well, I it wasn't the way I wanted to become but a finally when we took over the show, and I say, we my brother Bruce, the rider, my husband, the producer. My my son of director. We we made the show the way I wanted it. And that was when it really took off big time. And thank goodness. I had that opportunity to play a woman that I really liked. I liked Jessica. And I love playing her. And I think it showed I hope so because she does hang around today all over the world and new voices. Yes. But she still Jessica, and you gave work to so many wonderful actors any veteran actors who weren't the phone wasn't rigging as regularly as it used to for a lot of them. It was my joy to babble to do that bring him. Out here put them up in a great hotel and work out of Universal Studios. And we, and they you know, they loved it because it was such a release to get out of LA out of New York. Hey, and everything was just terrific. Great to us. And we did well for them. I think I would say so. It's still on the tour. The tram tour. It still says Jessica Fletcher, and they play the song a theme song. They're still there. I think it's a little before. Or after jaws. I can't remember. Still there still a big deal fairly time with. That'll be the next shark. Nato spin off is the Jessica Fletcher shark NATO o or not or not perhaps we've to other other great minds too. All right. Here's my trivia question of the day. Yeah. Trivial question, really. Of Iraq for this. Do you remember if there's much discussion or was it a point of contention?.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"You know, what I mean, I never underplay or do less than what I feel is to the audience and the row and anybody who thinks they can walk through a scene or a row, they have no business being in the business. You know? You know, and as. Somebody wrote you've got it or you ain't young boys. I've got it. So I'm going to give it to you know, what I mean? And that's the way it is. Yeah. Having just quoted Mr. Sondheim. Yeah. You were also in one of his rare flops, and which seemed to have everything going for you and Lee Ramic show called anyone can whistle. And do you understand? Why it didn't catch on? I can't truthfully. I think the the subject matter was difficult for people to grasp and to get their minds around and. He took a chance he he took a he may he decided on using a cast that were not who will mostly nonmusical people. They were actors. I was the only one actually I think who had any. Although it was really the first Broadway musical for me. Right. This predates dates maim. Exactly. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. And so we we were all pretty green as far as musical theater was concerned. And I think it was a difficult story to tell and can't cut honestly say, I think Lee remedy cat. Great terrible vocal problems. And we all did. Because in those days, we didn't wear microphones. And that was one of those things that people forget in that year. We didn't have body. Mike's. We just were dependent on those ones hanging around and everybody lost their voices. And. Tricky story to tell only imagine I can only imagine. Yeah. It was of. The once you did become. A Broadway star legit and West End stars. Well, doing primarily musicals. Did you? Lose interest in doing films. You've done quite a number over this period. But. Did did the stage really capture your heart. Yes. That state's really became first and foremost, my main interest. Because I love the. The contact with an audience. I think what once you've had that audience out there and the immediate response of an audience is Hettie stuff, you know? If you could make that work and feel that they're your friends, and they're supporting you, and you love them. It's hard hard life to give up, you know, especially for some of the shows that you've done in by the time, you get to Rose's turn something like that. Where you really just get it. It's not a subtle number. It's not a number where you have to downplay. It is a full-on brassy get out there shimmy, and I've seen you you shimmy, like nobody else you love a good shimmy. And you know, you watch things like that. And that is I can't imagine going back. I can't imagine. Then I it's it's the immediacy when you can make someone laugh or make them cry. And you actually see it as opposed to making a movie, however long it takes for production. And then going to see it in a theater once maybe it's very very different. Oh, you're absolutely right. I mean, this is a tough thing to let go and no longer. Do you know? Maybe over a two years of doing something, which I did as you know with. What are we talking about? What we saw. Sweet. Well, I'm thinking of gypsy. Dipsy was a real boy that really took a lot out of me. I much more than you know, different many Todd. Yes, for different entirely different because there was so much drama and so much activity and movement and so on and she was out then screaming her head off, you know. And and that that that's head he stuff. But if you if you've got it in you, and it, and it you don't allow it to affect you, Angie. Which is what I was able to do. I'm able to put up that invisible. Carton between me and the character. I'm going to play the character. But it's I'm not playing me. You're not supposed to do that. But that's exactly where the dividing line. That's what actors have to learn to do. Otherwise, you can't play hamlet. For instance, every night for six months. Not that go of it going to be asked to I don't think say, you are you have to play for certain amount of time. But you leave that role in the theater, you do not take it home..

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"And you know, how sophisticated about a number of things she was really a brilliant brilliant woman, not not necessarily a brilliant actress. But she was okay. I mean, she did fine. She was so beautiful, but she had the mind, and you know, the know how of somebody that you couldn't imagine. She would be you know, she's a very smart Dame. What are your recollections of Mr. demille directed that film? Well, you you had to go along with Mr. demille. I mean, you had to expect except the fact that he was eccentric to a degree that was in some ways laughable to anybody who, you know, was aware of how extraordinary he was in the way he. Carried on and how he conducted business on the set. Sesame to mill. He was a one-off. But you had to hand it to him. He he he conducted the life on the set the way he wanted, and it is a rare thing to work for him. And I'm glad I did. Did he direct you at all? Not really. Impression. Now, he he was more interested in what you are wearing. And how you know, what do you? He took everything very very seriously. You didn't fool around with satchel vita mill you, you you kind of you became the character that you were playing and he expected everybody to remain in character. I'm extraordinarily. But that's the way it was. So if you were clever, you just want along with them, and and dare I push my luck and ask about Victor mature victim mature took it old as a huge joke. Yes. That's what I've read. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. He you know, he was great fun. And you know, he he was this fella who nobody looked like Vic mature in his in his prime. And. I was fond of it. He was sweetheart. I really not come allot. When you when you look up the word hunk. All dictionary is a photo of victim. That's right. One of my very first crushes. I can understand that. Thank thank you. Yes. Can you person? Yes. Yes. Indeed. Then another unique individual Frank Capra came to MGM to make state of the union was for his brush and company, but he was housed at MGM for that for that film. That's true. I'm very fond of that film. And I think you're extrordinary in it. And you're something like twenty three this playing Katharine Graham. In the forties. Right. Yes. Who has lured Spencer, Tracy self made industrialist away from his wife? Katherine Hepburn as most Twenty-three-year-old stew and. I showed it the night that you came to USC at it was fascinating. I felt I watched it at home the day before because I felt I had to put it into context. Explain some of the dated and particular things about what was going on Hugh, forty eight explained that van Johnson's character was what they used to call a wolf. Today. He just be behind bars. But. For for what he thought just for what he thought little on what he said. And what he was thinking. But and that it was a radio was Saddam medium for promoting the election and television was just on the horizon, they referred to that in the film at cetera, etc. But what I found fascinating. That night was every joke. Capra built into the film, especially at the climax. Everyone landed those twenty year olds. No misfires not one he knew his audience and his audience is still alive. And well, they don't realize that they still are prime fodder for Mr. captured. Did you have interesting interaction with him? I certainly. He was an it fascinating man to work for and to work with and. You know, movie directors in those days had certain ambience, which was very much their own, and I have had the pleasure of working with some of the greats. You know over the years, but he is an individual had a wonderful quality of ease and certainty, and you never questioned anything that he proposed, you know, about a scene, and you discussed it and you worked together with the other actors to achieve certain moment. And he he was a great director in respect to the fact that he he worked with the actress to achieve. A certain effect in a in a scene a given scene..

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Trying to think of the the address it was downtown LA. Yeah. Actually. Yeah. It was it was down from bullocks Wilshire twelve it was down. We'll show Wilshire Loa Wilshire boulevard side, not Silverlake. But almost as far Selva. Yeah. And it was a one room, and we all at one time or another state in in it. I say we all that was me my twin brothers. Edgar and Bruce, and my mother and we had badge. Pull out beds that came out of a wall. I slept in the kitchen. I always remember one terrible night, waking up and being unable to breed and was discovered that the the icebox in in that kitchen something was wrong with it and the gas that for young freon gas, and I couldn't eat why couldn't get my breasts. Gosh, I ended up throwing the window open. And they obviously I was saved by my mom. Falling apart in the in the kitchen all those experiences in life that you never forget. How does a recent emigre who's earning a living wage, but not quite a lavish living wage working bullocks Wilshire yet discovered by MGM put under contract through through a friendship that I had with a with a young man who was also an actor who was from London, and who was being thought of and considered for the role of playing Dorian gray. He wasn't that close to it. But he had sort of in it. He was able to arrange for me to come to MGM studios, which we're going to make that film, and it was through him that I got to go into this into the studio and to meet the casting director, and he took one look at me and said, well, this is quite interesting young lady, we're looking for a British actress to play a role in a film called a picture of Dorian gray. And also another film, which is called gaslight. And so through that casting director and his understanding of what I actually represented in the way of good client. He took me to meet the directors and the writers of both of those films. I sold them within a space of two days and. Was immediately given the opportunity to make test for to play Nancy and gaslight and that was the beginning. And then from there, I went did I did that film with. Right actors, Charles boy and Ingrid Bergman. And after that, I did the second which was the picture of Dorian gray. And that was the beginning. And I was put onto contract, of course, by GM studios what they called a seven year contract. That was the that was I gotta tell you. That's when I proceeded to do a succession of the worst films talks up the action I wasted. At least on dear six years on absolute trash. Because they didn't really know what to do with him. With me. You know, I was an actress, first and foremost, I really wasn't a an it girl or any of those things I was just an actress, and they didn't have the pot. So they used me as a utility actress really, and I played a whole bunch of roles. I never should have gone near on that. But that's life nets. But I've read that you were as as girly were quite the movie buff. You really enjoyed watching movies. Oh, yes. Yes. I you learn from watching movies and seeing theater, and you know, this this is this is your education as an actor is seeing as much as you possibly can. But then you wound up all of a sudden, it seems behind the golden gates at MGM you wear mid to the kingdom. Yes. But it wasn't quite the kingdom that I hoped. It would be y'all's. I said earlier I mean, I I made those two films there at him GM. They were empty. Great movies, both of them huge. And but then the rest that seven years as I said earlier was spent. You know, just playing anything that came up because I could do it because I was a character. Actress now just wasn't a, you know, a Pete. Queen of the peaches are those things that a lot of girls were in those days who got into movies it came by way of having been. I didn't I came in as an actress. And so I I was used as a utility..

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin. And I'm Jesse Malton. And we're coming to you from Cabot cove this morning. No, I guess it's not, but I'm reminded of that because our guest is known to millions upon millions of people around the globe. As Jessica Fletcher, we could name many other guys as she has done in her long illustrious career. We are flat out flabbergasted to be sitting here today with Angela lansbury. Welcome. Thank you. Thank you for remembering. What what what I've done. What I've where I've been and what I've been doing all most of my life. I've been acting. Yeah. That was one of the very large pieces of my career. Of course. Medea. She out young. Well, it introduced you to. Not reintroduced you audiences who are already familiar with you. And I suppose introduced you to younger people coming up in some cases watching with their parents. And and now it's become sort of indelible. But then MRs Potts from beauty and the beast is indelible to you've left your imprint on so many wonderful characters. Oh that that's been. My that's been the wonderful part of my career is having been what we called a character. Actress I've wanted to to hit as many. Paces as I could in life, and to be able to bring those characters to the audience's attention, and I've had every wonderful opportunity that you could possibly imagine. When you stop and think about how my career has gone from one thing to another thing to 'nother end with me. It was always trying something to learn to be a musical comedy actress and going to Broadway and playing some wonderful parts there and along with doing murder, she wrote, which of course, prevails to this day, and is known all over the world. Which is a lovely thing. I know that people in China, and in Japan and Australia and in Europe murder. She wrote is alive and kicking. And that's kind of a wonderful way to be in touch with the world. I'm very lucky. I love. That you've done MRs Potts's voice for for the different Disney video games. So I love the idea that that on top of all the rest of the things also video games. Well, that's that's it's such an important part of the social life of young people today, you've got to have your foot in that door. Otherwise that today's kids don't know who the heck you are. No. And but through my voice, they know me, and I love that have having net contacts with them with my voice. Well, when you were kind enough to visit my class at USC, a little ways back, I showed a a really nice montage of your life and career that BAFTA British Academy had prepared for you. And I thought it was a good summation of who you were. And I said to my three hundred something students beforehand, how many of you know, Angela's Brexit, don't be embarrassed. If you don't I'm just curious to know while they all raise their hands. And I said is it primarily from television for murder she wrote, and that seemed to be the consensus. But then as we ran this this five minute montage, which included that wonderful video that you would enjoy turn able to do Sweeney Todd, but which immortalizes those performances..

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Giovanna Devo Wyatt, Lisbeth And Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson discussed on Chad Benson

Chad Benson

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Giovanna Devo Wyatt, Lisbeth And Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson discussed on Chad Benson

"The girl with the dragon tattoo in this installment Lisbeth is back and finds herself and her lover trapped in a web of danger from. Spies. Hackers and the government itself. Clara foiling, Keith Stanfield, Sylvia hoops, and Stephen merchant's star in this crime thriller taking audiences back to World War Two is the war horror film overlord just hours before d day. An allied force parachutes the Nazi occupied France to destroy a crucial communications hub with the soldiers. Must fight off a Riddick. Enemy fighters created in a sinister and top secret laboratory project, Giovanna Devo Wyatt. Russell John Madero invoking Woodbine star and another holiday favorite gets rebooted again for the big screen in the Grinch in this three d computer animated comedy the title character hates Christmas. And schemes to steal it from the nearby residents of whoville Benedict. Cumberbatch Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson and Angela lansbury lend their voices to this retelling of the Dr Seuss classic. Still in theaters are Bohumil rhapsody, the nutcracker and the four realms. Nobody's Fool a

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Eight hundred collect thank you collect calls so many people maybe okay well thank you now is time for sell the the ceremonial changing of the numbers that is true we keep a tally donny it's going to be so annoyed with me oh trust me i don't have to deal with the wrath why don't i'll be i'll be a long way okay yeah but actually you're going to be down the hall you're not going to be a long way away so we keep track of the total throwback wins and because you played so marvelous marvelously today donnie we have brought it back to a tie bradley trainer and i both have thirty eight total with oh tie now usually if we wrap up the game early donnie we'll go ahead imply the vintage pop culture audio clips that we didn't have an opportunity to play so we'll just do these for funsies he'll be fine now might know something we'll see here is the fourth vintage pop culture audio clip from today's throwback live at one forty five for funsies colleen donnie please correctly identified this gleaned that's murder she wrote i that no you must say never saw never had any interest in watching angela lansbury i can't tame old queen angela lansbury had no interest in watching that show that show was a great show as it when you binge watch it so good so good oh danny i'm so sorry yes actually that one that one would have been i'll let me just go back and tell you what bradley would and wouldn't have gotten what we've just done he wouldn't he would not have gotten forrest gump it would've taken him a hot moment i think i would have gotten it before he did because he's never seen that movie and you're getting on my case at least i've seen forrest i know okay wait what was the second one not have gotten no i don't know if he hasn't seen it he just wouldn't be it's not like a cult favorite for him and then the third one spongebob squarepants he wouldn't have gotten it quickly he would've gotten eventually but that one he would have gotten in a heartbeat feel nearly as bad now you said you should have done a lot better than i have not done yet all right let's go culture audio clip yes colleen donnie police correctly identify this.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Deirdre shaw was angela lansbury daughter angela lansbury murder she wrote daughter who was in the perforation of this i mean you had you know these are women and girls from all over all economic status just like you have now so this idea of luring girls in with you know come to us be free of of of things that people that don't you know parents don't understand you be part of a commune be accepted be loved that was all charles manson it's it's what we're hearing now coming out with keith rainier and the cult that i can't even pronounce whatever yeah exactly it's the same sort of thing so we kind of i mean i we need to remember that hunting hunting charles manson's the name of the book are you able to talk about riley no no there is i did not know you're involved with that situation but there is no discussion of that all right except as an answer that's my job podcast or will you guys can do your own research on that i'll leave lease alone on that at least the movie or i should say the book turned into the afrin from your lips to god's ears charles manson the quest for justice and the days of helter skelter it is available as we speak and again just bookmark us and click through amazon and go pick it up and your website it is l i s w i e h l books dot com and you can get more information there we will bid ado to lease and we'll take a quick break we'll come back and do the news right after this.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer

The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer

"Right and so this is it the cleveland municipal see you guys remember how that stadium had the upper deck that went one of those old baseball state the upper deck that went like three quarters of the way yeah yeah so there's like this big opening on one side of it right and so that entire opening there for that as six championship i remember seeing it because like they had a replay with elway they show him releasing the ball and right behind him that entire opening was just a gigantic ma marlboro billboard with the marlborough that's awesome yeah yeah it's one of those things that like like my because you never see that today you know what i mean like you never even think about seeing that today my purchase stuck out when i was watching it and who knew who knew that three decades later the grandson of the guy who was adorned cleveland municipal stadium will be the guy that's coming into save the place i love about those old broadcast every now and then when you get the summerall and madden broadcast and it'll be a stoppage in play and you'll see coming up next on cbs on the except on the west coast sixty angela lansbury and murder murder she wrote and then and then you hear him i swear i i doubt and ten some of my favorite things is just like when we all i media that's awesome immediately thought murder but when frank kellyanne oh does the john madden john some role in the booth and he does the whole and here's a guy he's got mud on his uniform and dirty in great football i i know it's been done before and frank kellyanne those everywhere when it comes to espn imitating coaches but the summer all mad and conversations that he used to have are still some of my classic standup routines that he did.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Is so beyond the team at thirty two i mean worth thirty two 26 laurent in it would while gavilon went 27th yeah and michael jordan as i did on blake griffin had water resources niu three cloudy in college maybe were 23 called i saw his uniform and he it was 2003 so let me get to something that we we talked about yesterday with dan miller and we have entirely new people in here and this is michigan state tom izzo is in not not just a bad position because of what may or may not be learned of his program but he's in a particularly bad position because unlike a football coach he's got games twice a week and he gets up there twice a week and takes questions twice a week and tom izzo is by all accounts certainly my personal knowledge of this and and my friendship with people who know him far better than i he's he's always been a good stand up guy media guy all of that and now all the questions not all the questions put many of the questions are about what has happened in michigan state what might happen in michigan state and he is now reduced to saying things i can i really like you guys i really liked the media but i'm gonna keep working keep our mouths shut do my job that's a direct quote from last night the larry nassar stuff does not stop in fact it gets more graphic as we go along them the first accuser her story is remarkable it is remarkable that larry nassar could have convinced anyone in the world that deep personal manipulation of this young girls body was medically sound and a legitimate it's on believable to me that nobody would have said wall wall hold on a second or checked with any other doctor in the world which was apparently not done yeah.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"On the view today and they cancel yesterday she was on with kimmel shoes as thoroughly as death kimmel's get william can't wait for the oscars by the way off he is brilliant he she was on with kimmel in kimmel her interviews are went off in go like this one where it's all could have innuendo ryan like winking in nodding and it's not clerk his kimmel basically said had have you had sex with someone whose name it rhymes with ronald rump have i and you're right and that's what she says and and he said to have you signed a nondisclosure agreement that prevents you from talking and if you and she says i dunno and he said well if you if you had signed if you hadn't sign when you would certainly be able to say i haven't signed a nondisclosure agreement and she was like you're so smart jimmy sure like what's happening it's all gray area for our here's what we know according the wall street journal michael cohen who is trump's personal lawyer has been for longtime made a hundred and thirty thousand dollar payment to stormy daniels via a l l c he set up in delaware famous for its lack of corporate transparency just before the 2016 election she is on record denying an affair he is on record he cohen is on record denying an affair with uh trump affair with with stormy daniels no one's offered an explanation known as alfran explanation for the payment is my i think my question is the same question that everybody has how do you get to 130000 brian right it's kind of an eye on yeah settle for you throw stuff on the wall hydroelectric dark 130000 spare her interviews i fight every interview she does she makes herself less and less and less credible because it very much appears whether there is any there there are not a very much appear she is trying to milk her fifteen minutes as much as humanly now god bless i wasn't really familiar with her side research not a lotta i work to yeah now is it.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Anything else who should we get oudda here are we can get out here dokic can i will get ardinger and what we have old guy when we return uh that's right i i'm tony corners this is the tony kornheiser show tried it again it allowed of volume this is the first leaf read first swearing yeah that wind that's good that this is a good thing i've got this you've try that we you try gallons out about the why would you like i'm a lot yeah what you would like all winds a lot y you have lots of wine do bottled wine train favorite cabinet what what they do is they he likes one ship to his front door which has great about this but yet they ask you a bunch of daiwa's cure rate after a awhile what your taste saw and match you specifically to what you like this yes that's right this is pretty good first leave is the only online wide michael jordan's history michael spent i was going to say his money but we all know it's my money that was being spent on me this is yeah i'm looking at it online very cool very cool they use you reviews to make our allies wants elections matched you taste and the more you tell first leave what you like the better they can customize each new box that you receive and they don't mind if you say that was swelled don't send it to address one of make you happy yes they want you to be a customer yes firstly player in the hospitality business as my daughter says all the time this is the hospitality business it is make people feel good first leave club makes tasting in rating new wind an exciting event the more.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Guy was two interceptions or four secs you something like a electric cox plus four thousand weight here with with his first fumble forty two got a wrestling mask on my did see night three prop vets that reginald was eyeing the first one is plus one fifty whether al michael says these pretzels and making me thursday during the vote should plus one hundred whether they shoot to the crowd in angela lands barre is there railways love on i agree and traveling from cabot skull and plus five hundred i think he's going to lean on this one a plus five hundred at least one monkey and a super bowl commercial now oh that's a lot i i we we hope you win that big we hope you wear i mean and are one game under 500 that that would have lead you know make me qualified to be a washington redskins coach trade get your raised in his jail kitchen extensively up up that you chuck that he got chuck todd boys and girls for meet the press if we just gave you that that would be enough this guy hosts meet the press but we don't we give you a monkey long bridge cars gretchen watching these ipads book hanging with bud grant tapped tapped up into his purbo latte not just go which of the food reginald weiss sometimes you go chinese i do much johnny so reginald is one in one last week reginald is thirty 127 into your needs the league peace among valley and he leads the league he's not trevor simeon he's a semi and yes he leads the league legs yeah if you ought to him have you bet money with reginald you or are you made a profit this year yes i did go down to the national zoo it's very exciting he loves the super bowl this is his favorite time of the year he's very sad because nomo football after this he's very said yes pti zaria say we'll farms happy going he got six months of nothing now football's not a big deal a lot of associations are coming up or down trai.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Yeah third largest win with six points and that was an overtime game so i four and a half at feel like you know the i've read the ivdr i think i wrote eagles all third the playoff whose went on them each time so i'll do the four and a half but i'm not that known among the money line i'll admit that i just i i that deals blake why would you bet against tom brady being able to win the fourth quarter only for this reason and and i i want to see brady win because i will never get over the injustice of deflate gate there was just wrong spy gate is one thing the k was nonsense but at some point a team that russia's four and they're good is going to make tom brady look gold and make him turtle a lot more than he then he normally does and it can it this is the one that can happen their defense is good their running game is good they're good degos are greater than people think they are the better i great so i think they're better dejected elon i projectible matched you know we all possible one well matt jackson was should only game sort of words right they should have an and and pull up your feet like they're more coy a he mike are you ready for this moment but i mean how many times do we then here i mean interestingly in most of their super bowls they don't they're not the better team in that game played the better game right i mean how many times a they not been the better team and still won the game the two losses are the twotime they were clearly the better team just and angrily liked that there were phenomenal tach it's right they were catches you'd never see and you saw them in those games that you're right you're out might might favor by my favorite prop at it would simply be how many times creek colin work uses the parade mad per truces defense and i get us and get annoyed rice at the rim sure bella check has nothing to do with that we all we we always like we the announcers and i get it you have to try to like it you can't keep talking about the same person over and over get but we'd like lionised these coordinator as if they're like the the.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"That i don't expect buried to comment on i really don't and barry will know immediately why but i'm just going to say that i i i cannot fathom why anybody would say that the washington redskins did not just do a good thing by getting alex smith i can on unless some people in that position have it in for the team for previous things the team have have has done to people that perhaps they liked because to me you're going to lose kirk cousins he's out even a few franchise him and spend a total of seventy four million dollars on him for three years and get no playoff games he's going to leave the moment he is free he's out the door you're getting a professional quarterback who i think is better than kirk cousins and i i don't understand on any level white anybody thinks this is somehow bad that is my ran i'm done with that can you a barry what are your i'm sure you believe that was a smart thing will make a maybe i shouldn't be sure do you believe was the smart thing well i do but i also then thanks for having me on for the rampage joy that yes i spent next to do that and then call me i'll hang up and listen yeah we're not let than uh i think there are two ways to look at it and to timeframes to look at it is it a good and smart move on tuesday night of super bowl week in two thousand eighteen when as you said cousins had nine of his ten toes out the door anyway of course it is something that's four nothing well okay i would disagree with that but we'll get to that in a second okay um i think if you take the entirety of the cousins drama an ordeal and go back uh two or three years i don't i i think you have to penalise them um and criticize them for the bait they handle and bongo and publicly undressed at that point there sitting quarterback.

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"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"angela lansbury" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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