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"audra lindley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:53 min | 6 months ago

"audra lindley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You are listening to classic Radio Theater on Friday the sixteenth today about Tober two, hundred Ninetieth Day of Twenty Twenty, two, seventy, six days remaining in the year. Portland Maine burned by the British on this date in seventeen seventy five George Washington captured. Yorktown. Virginia on this date in seventeen eighty one following the siege of Yorktown Marie Antoinette the wife of Louis the sixteenth the on this date in seventeen ninety three at the height of the French Revolution or Guillotine and. She's dead one way or the other John Brown led a raid on harpers ferry West Virginia on this date in eighteen, fifty nine and Brigham Young University founded in Provo Utah on this date in eighteen seventy, five Margaret Sanger founded planned parenthood on this date in one thousand, nine sixteen by opening the first us. Birth. Control Clinic. I'm not gonNA talk about Margaret Sanger Body you have your opinions about her and. Quite frankly there most of them are not positive and I can't totally disagree The Walt Disney Company founded on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three by Disney and his brother Roy. Cuban missile crisis between the US and Cuba began on this date in nineteen sixty two exploding on this date on the record charts in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six, the beach boys hit good vibrations good. Vibrations was just something that came up out of our subconscious or group consciousness Brian always been on Kenley timely in that respect. With his music and with his feelings, that's Mike Love on the process of recording the hit the song success earned the beach boys a grammy nomination for best vocal group performance in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six, the record eventually inducted into the Grammy Hall of fame in Nineteen ninety-four. Good vibrations voted number one in Mojo's top one hundred records of all time number six on rolling stone's five hundred greatest songs of all time and it was included in the rock and Roll Hall of Fame's five hundred songs that shaped rock and roll. US Athletes Tommie Smith giancarlos kicked out of the USA team on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight per for performing a black power salute during a medal ceremony. I represented. Black. America. and very proud to be. A black man and also to the gold medal and this I thought. I represent my people by letting them know that I'm proud to be a black man that's Tommy Smith speaking ABC's Howard Cosell he finished first in the two hundred meter dash finals at the Mexico City Olympics thus bringing politics into it and yeah. I. Know It's racial that the main thing is dealing with but quite frankly America is getting beyond race except for some people who want to continue to bring it up we are all Americans are we not? It was on this date in one thousand, nine, hundred, Seventy, eight Pope John Paul the second elected in Rome. GotTa. Denial. Boy. Eminent, the most reverend cardinal. He nominee. Impact. On. Coco has chosen the name John Paul. The second. Cardinal Kiro will Yida elected the pope after Pope John Paul the First Digest thirty three days after he was elevated the first pope ever from Poland I remember I was a graduate student at the time this all happened and I went into my to my area where I was dealing with the other graduate assistants who were all in the speech department and they were all just sort of I said. The first Polish Pope and they they were shocked when Pope John, Paul the first night night brought them the news that then. When I told the Miss they thought I was lying. They did the first time to. Anyway. Desmond Tutu awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on this date in one thousand nine, eighty, four George Hennard runamuck in Killeen Texas on this date in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four, killing twenty-three wounding twenty in Luby's cafeteria. Luby's had a no gun policy and this one of the people who was in there. Had A weapon. Walked it in their vehicle. And had they had it with them? They could have stopped this nutcase. So much for gun-free zones I'm getting way too political today the Million Man March Kurt in Washington on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety five, and unless you think I'm an object to a peaceful protests such as the Million Man March, you're totally wrong I think it's great that African American men and all men can stand up for their own civil rights. I think that. If it's about civil rights got no issue. If it's about anything else, seddon. Bunch of people passing away on this dating history including Leo G. Carroll Very. Fine actor drummer gene, Krupa you remember him with the the big orchestra in a Carnegie Hall the First Jazz Concert sing-sing saying he did such a wonderful job there actor singer Dancer Director Dan. Dailey have I told you that was a hotel I stayed at once in Las Vegas. And I stayed in a room that was right over the casino and I would walk down the stairs and it was such a thing that I felt like Dan. dailey would be there one of the tables with Ginger Rogers. You know actor Cornel Wilde passing away on this date as well. Also, surely boots such a delightful actress and a very serious side to Hugo's. Delightful as Hazel in early television Audra. Lindley of the Roper is passing away on this date. Author Philanthropist James Michener Jean. Shepherd. Radio host Scottish actress Deborah Kerr and Barbara Billingsley of leave it to beaver fame. and. She was so funny in the first airplane movie doing Jive. I thought that was so. Among those born on this date in history like saga for Noah Webster, you know the dictionary guy also writer. Wild writer Eugene, O'Neill Nobel Prize Laureate Supreme Court Justice William Douglas Born on this date vert burt campers so much great music including my favorite of his is a swing in safari and they'll mattress. Linda. Darnell and Watergate co-conspirator Charles Colson for murder she wrote Angela Lansbury turns ninety five today from northern exposure. Berry Corbin is eighty from three's company Suzanne somers seventy four. Remember the thigh master. Oh my Gosh David Zuckerman airplane fame speaking Barbara. Building. So He an airplane David Sucker seventy-two actor director writer Tim Robbins Sixty two from Wilson Phillips Wendy Wilson is fifty one from life goes on an e R Kelly Martin forty, five musician John Mayer is forty three and awa wrestler and a e W Vice President Kenny Omega thirty seven though some of the people who celebrate the sixteenth of October as their birthday and this happens to be your birthday I..

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"audra lindley" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"audra lindley" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"I mean okay. Jackson Jack tripper foundational national part of your personality because I watched the show literally every day like more and I think they would run like hour long episodes and Rod Watch every what every episode is exactly the same. Yes it is I Jack Scott some kind of crazy scheme with usually with Larry and they and then someone over here and making taking some kind of sexual entendre in another room and that creates chance your formula that creates some chaos and Mr Roper thinks he's gay and then the thinks he's not gave the episode. Yep you're gay. Watching that opening reminds me you know what the secret weapon. Three's company as Audra Lindley as Mrs. She's actually the secret weapon of the show and I was also so thinking like they were probably both like forty two years old fling sixty five and by the way for the record. I was always a joystick. Great Guy Not as Suzanne sovereigns okay. That's classy take. Yeah I love John Ritter. I love late career. John Ritter I love me some Sling Blade John Roy okay. Carl reason season tonight brought you here is to talk to you about something. That's on my mind. I'm just I'm just going to put it right out on the table. DOC START Linda and frank are very important to me. They're like family family. My own family was never like a family. They're horrible people. Matter of fact for years aside prayed every night that my father would die. Finally I realize through a lot of therapy. I was wasting my energy on hating. I think so now I just don't care you see a lot of like strangest that may seem physically or even mentally really well emotionally actually the hand that we've been doubted life. We're different people. See us as being different anyway. Your well you've got your affliction or whatever and I well mine's not as easy to see conscious now. That's that's an acting. I mean he was fantastic honestly like I don't want to. That was a revelation from that was that was like Holy Shit. That's John Ritter like what he should have got a nomination for that he didn't. That's that's sad. Somebody somebody critics choice. Somebody had to have you've genius. That put him in sling. Blade was it billy Bob Bob like I need John Ritter for this part got you know who else is great and sling blade. Dwight Yoakam all. Yes yes he is. He is great in that such a son of a bitch. Gt Walsh that guy. Billy Bob Thornton nominated for best actor. No Ritter you know did soundtrack no Daniel in Wa. I wonder Jeff. I wonder and I'm going to say that I don't think it does. I wonder sling blade holds up now it is so I I think it might be. Yeah I mean I don't know we think like it's so so go because we it was kind of movie that like sort of was doing things that nobody else doing at the time true there was that pretty forrest gump. It's ninety six so it knows post-course can force compass earlier right. Yes Ninety three ninety two that is that does not hold up. I'm sorry to ninety four. Yes forrest gump. Trump would feel very old fashioned and hokey silly. But I bet you some scenes hold up. I'm GonNa say maybe some scenes hold up now. My next one bruce. This is part part of why I love you. Talk about a left field. I wouldn't have pegged you for a Regis and Kathy Lee Guy God here. They are listen to this lineup on this episode all my guys Spring Base my memories with Regis and Kathy Lee. Today are great shots. We'll we'll talk with one in Palo by good fella actor Paul veto who spends time fighting crime on. TV's law and order. Also here they don't they confront heck of a good challenge the wild and wacky. Dj is taking it all off. Meet ever so funny Michael Debacle and don't just sit there then still go along with. I don't know I never knew. The Michael Barr era. Someone possibly survived these explosive park rashes. Bind up from Hollywood Hollywood stuntman who never stopped testing state. Next up you go Jason. I don't care who you are that as an entertaining hour of television so bruce. How did you stumble upon live with Regis and Kathy also in our market in you know in the New York New Jersey area area? It was on. I believe leave at like ten in the morning or something like that. Yeah so aren't you supposed to be at school. I sure was but I was out of school a lot when I was formed by choice. Or because your sickly For variety of reasons a little from column Maalouf Collins Okay. It was at home a lot. I was home a lot. It has at my grandmother's a lot. Because things like our lights would go off and we cannot live with my grandmother for a month. Things like that. Not a lot of parenting going no not raised by wolves re yes and like wolves as well and so you would watch regis and Kathie Lee because was it an oasis of kind of good feeling like you're kind of safe with regis and Kathie Lee like did you get involved in that kind of not that it's mindless but you know it's relentlessly asleep positive and cheerful. If you're having if you're living in an uncertain circumstance I can imagine gravitating to this yes and reaches is such a such a character. He's he's you know he's he's just like how do you not and and that simmering hatred. He clearly had for cash. That is not true. That is so so not true. I think I honestly like the variety of it. There was that open. Richard Simmons to Hollywood to police ravine and it was like it was. He's like okay. You got that opening where they talk about silly crap. They did their lives then they go to elleman member Galveston Gilman. Yeah he would probably Song Gilman like on the view or something. How no idea but like you know they go him laying cowman? What'd you know this week? You know that kind of stuff is great and it may right now. Another out of left afield choice for you. Bruce is two to seven eight Jack. Hey I love jacket. What what? How explain as as we watch the open.

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"audra lindley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"audra lindley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Can't find it right. Yeah but I know I'm not. Yeah that was it. It's a piece called mysterious. Oh pizzicato was published in nineteen sixteen and then beaten to death. Look this guy and then and remember. This was the the famous and it became a hit on the radio. This striptease Muse. David Rose Awesome. Yeah yeah savage rose. Yeah Gilbert you to walk through intolerance Ben Okay. A- as as long as we're on the subject and we'll get to Ernie Kovacs. I promise eventually we'll see pivoting. How did you become a silent film? Authority and accompanist I went to film school. I wanted to make comedy films films. But they were showing the silent movies in dead silence. This is four William Rison I wound up playing for classes and he was a huge supporter. What I was doing but I volunteered to to play for the film history classes and was playing for two or three classes a week and and I met a guy named Lee Irwin who had been a movie organised and the nineteen twenties while he was playing the world's Oregon at the Carnegie Hall Cinema which is now Zenko Hall is but he became a friend and a mentor and I just try to absorb absorb stuff from him and I go and play for ever since classes and you know try to make the best? Yeah we talked about it we will have our listeners look up the name Liam K.. Ever legendary film scholar but a lot of books yes and he was my teacher to the school of Visual Arts stupidly. Too Young to appreciate at that age. What he was saying we? I saw intolerance read and sunrise. And all of that stuff. Yeah now Josh was telling us that. He actually appreciated the people he met. Now it's like there's so many times we meet people who are raised in show business and they go. Oh Yeah I was sitting there. I think it was like Humphrey Bogart Sean Barry More. I don't remember and so you actually. You would meet all you telling us all these stars but but you appreciate it. I was a complete comedy nerd and I loved autographs so I was in a really unique position where I could have my mom go onto the love boat and she would get not only whose mom wasn't on the love boat exactly. She was on a two parter. Marooned with John Astin and I was able to get autographs from you. Know Gavin Macleod. One of your guests we Aston to and then Audra Lindley and she was in. The show was Every shriver so I love this stuff I would make her you know. Get me any autograph where she was us now. Who's the biggest ultime star? You're no of that you may. Oh Gosh I time before I could can can meet them. They're all from the silent era. So they're most Mabel Norman. Yeah well that's not as good T- thing. Yeah no Mary Philbin. Yeah Yeah Mary. Yeah no never met any of any of those people. The closest I could say I had a couple of phone conversations with Diana Serra Carrie who was baby Peggy's silent silent film version of Shirley Temple. She just turned one hundred and one. Oh Oh so I was GONNA ask. Are there any silent film. Yeah former still with us as far as I know Diana quickly dwindling number. Yeah Yeah I just I anna. And what's his name. Who's still alive who who works in TV and his one hundred? Oh a norman. Lloyd Norman Lloyd and Simon Son Limelight talking. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah but how did you both while we know how Josh. Let's start with Josh. Jeez oh Jeez. I'll go out for coffee because we are here. Mostly Salihi mostly and we'll get back to you. We know you Victor Bono stories some other goodies. We'll have some Josh Mills interludes. But let's talk about your your famous. Wait you play Josh Mills. interludes of this. I gotta here speaking the Guy Work. Take your calls important to us. Please stay on. Is that you so milk toast. Yeah Yeah I WANNA say to. The Josh is such a fan of comedy that he came bearing gifts he brought he. Joey Forman album with bill. Dana and Gobert. Utah me rogue alive. Aw Look Josh brought me. Josh gave me the Corey Irwin when Kory album and the very racist and antisemitic record Walter Brand Blacks and Jews. Thank you Steve asked. I'm a big Fan. I think I thought you guys would like it. So I and he does listen to the show. I love it. Yeah I listen to the show. Josh was my favorite guests until Ben came in with the rookie. uh-huh Zave ours. So easy Adams was your son. You did not know Ernie. That's my mom appears. Yeah it's going to be one of those nights when she sticks flying the go-to was indeed. Your Mom yes yes and we are going there. I guess it is it is. The train is rolling. Oh it's GonNa be a long ways Oh God let's do this again son of the atoms. Josh Mills Launching Utah the Great. He was great. I'd I'd like to see that movie daughter. No son so take us through it through what. Now you've come to the world of Ernie Kovacs logically. Yeah Authentic Syrup in the house from about When I was born in Sixty eight about seventy seven we lived in that the famed House on Beaumont? Drive twenty rule mouse. Yeah In fact when they moved in it was so big it had a bowling alley. Oh they took out. But I remember the famous Dan. The Ernie worked in which was very manly but very dark. Ernie was a creative genius but he also had a really super dark side to him. So the whole place was outfitted with like suits of armor and and duelling pistols and stuff polar Barron their stuff polar bear trap doors for the wine. It was it was very interesting but yeah I I did have a moment kind of going. Well wait a minute. My Mom. I know my dad mom are divorced. So that's different. WHO's Ernie off it and step sisters and half sisters sisters and sisters at weren't sisters and but mom left the den kind of intact his his? Inner Sanctum Yeah. I'll I'll throw one out there in one thousand nine hundred ninety six when semester alone be became rocky. He rented our house and I remember him coming up the driveway and I thought Oh my God you know I'm seventy eight years old. You're sylvester stallone coming in so he rents the house. We come back after the rental and The the The the wine cellar had a lock and.

Josh Mills Ernie Kovacs Utah David Rose Lloyd Norman Lloyd school of Visual Arts Audra Lindley Mary Philbin Gilbert Gavin Macleod John Astin Diana Serra Carrie sylvester stallone Mabel Norman Humphrey Bogart William Rison Joey Forman Liam K Lee Irwin shriver
"audra lindley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"audra lindley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Can't find it right. Yeah but I know I'm not. Yeah that was it. It's a piece called mysterious. Oh pizzicato was published in nineteen sixteen and then beaten to death. Look this guy and then and remember. This was the the famous and it became a hit on the radio. This striptease Muse. David Rose Awesome. Yeah yeah savage rose. Yeah Gilbert you to walk through intolerance Ben Okay. A- as as long as we're on the subject and we'll get to Ernie Kovacs. I promise eventually we'll see pivoting. How did you become a silent film? Authority and accompanist I went to film school. I wanted to make comedy films films. But they were showing the silent movies in dead silence. This is four William Rison I wound up playing for classes and he was a huge supporter. What I was doing but I volunteered to to play for the film history classes and was playing for two or three classes a week and and I met a guy named Lee Irwin who had been a movie organised and the nineteen twenties while he was playing the world's Oregon at the Carnegie Hall Cinema which is now Zenko Hall is but he became a friend and a mentor and I just try to absorb absorb stuff from him and I go and play for ever since classes and you know try to make the best? Yeah we talked about it we will have our listeners look up the name Liam K.. Ever legendary film scholar but a lot of books yes and he was my teacher to the school of Visual Arts stupidly. Too Young to appreciate at that age. What he was saying we? I saw intolerance read and sunrise. And all of that stuff. Yeah now Josh was telling us that. He actually appreciated the people he met. Now it's like there's so many times we meet people who are raised in show business and they go. Oh Yeah I was sitting there. I think it was like Humphrey Bogart Sean Barry More. I don't remember and so you actually. You would meet all you telling us all these stars but but you appreciate it. I was a complete comedy nerd and I loved autographs so I was in a really unique position where I could have my mom go onto the love boat and she would get not only whose mom wasn't on the love boat exactly. She was on a two parter. Marooned with John Astin and I was able to get autographs from you. Know Gavin Macleod. One of your guests we Aston to and then Audra Lindley and she was in. The show was Every shriver so I love this stuff I would make her you know. Get me any autograph where she was us now. Who's the biggest ultime star? You're no of that you may. Oh Gosh I time before I could can can meet them. They're all from the silent era. So they're most Mabel Norman. Yeah well that's not as good T- thing. Yeah no Mary Philbin. Yeah Yeah Mary. Yeah no never met any of any of those people. The closest I could say I had a couple of phone conversations with Diana Serra Carrie who was baby Peggy's silent silent film version of Shirley Temple. She just turned one hundred and one. Oh Oh so I was GONNA ask. Are there any silent film. Yeah former still with us as far as I know Diana quickly dwindling number. Yeah Yeah I just I anna. And what's his name. Who's still alive who who works in TV and his one hundred? Oh a norman. Lloyd Norman Lloyd and Simon Son Limelight talking. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah but how did you both while we know how Josh. Let's start with Josh. Jeez oh Jeez. I'll go out for coffee because we are here. Mostly Salihi mostly and we'll get back to you. We know you Victor Bono stories some other goodies. We'll have some Josh Mills interludes. But let's talk about your your famous. Wait you play Josh Mills. interludes of this. I gotta here speaking the Guy Work. Take your calls important to us. Please stay on. Is that you so milk toast. Yeah Yeah I WANNA say to. The Josh is such a fan of comedy that he came bearing gifts he brought he. Joey Forman album with bill. Dana and Gobert. Utah me rogue alive. Aw Look Josh brought me. Josh gave me the Corey Irwin when Kory album and the very racist and antisemitic record Walter Brand Blacks and Jews. Thank you Steve asked. I'm a big Fan. I think I thought you guys would like it. So I and he does listen to the show. I love it. Yeah I listen to the show. Josh was my favorite guests until Ben came in with the rookie. uh-huh Zave ours. So easy Adams was your son. You did not know Ernie. That's my mom appears. Yeah it's going to be one of those nights when she sticks flying the go-to was indeed. Your Mom yes yes and we are going there. I guess it is it is. The train is rolling. Oh it's GonNa be a long ways Oh God let's do this again son of the atoms. Josh Mills Launching Utah the Great. He was great. I'd I'd like to see that movie daughter. No son so take us through it through what. Now you've come to the world of Ernie Kovacs logically. Yeah Authentic Syrup in the house from about When I was born in Sixty eight about seventy seven we lived in that the famed House on Beaumont? Drive twenty rule mouse. Yeah In fact when they moved in it was so big it had a bowling alley. Oh they took out. But I remember the famous Dan. The Ernie worked in which was very manly but very dark. Ernie was a creative genius but he also had a really super dark side to him. So the whole place was outfitted with like suits of armor and and duelling pistols and stuff polar Barron their stuff polar bear trap doors for the wine. It was it was very interesting but yeah I I did have a moment kind of going. Well wait a minute. My Mom. I know my dad mom are divorced. So that's different. WHO's Ernie off it and step sisters and half sisters sisters and sisters at weren't sisters and but mom left the den kind of intact his his? Inner Sanctum Yeah. I'll I'll throw one out there in one thousand nine hundred ninety six when semester alone be became rocky. He rented our house and I remember him coming up the driveway and I thought Oh my God you know I'm seventy eight years old. You're sylvester stallone coming in so he rents the house. We come back after the rental and The the The the wine cellar had a lock and.

Josh Mills Ernie Kovacs Utah David Rose Lloyd Norman Lloyd school of Visual Arts Audra Lindley Mary Philbin Gilbert Gavin Macleod John Astin Diana Serra Carrie sylvester stallone Mabel Norman Humphrey Bogart William Rison Joey Forman Liam K Lee Irwin shriver
"audra lindley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"audra lindley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Can't find it right. Yeah but I know I'm not. Yeah that was it. It's a piece called mysterious. Oh pizzicato was published in nineteen sixteen and then beaten to death. Look this guy and then and remember. This was the the famous and it became a hit on the radio. This striptease Muse. David Rose Awesome. Yeah yeah savage rose. Yeah Gilbert you to walk through intolerance Ben Okay. A- as as long as we're on the subject and we'll get to Ernie Kovacs. I promise eventually we'll see pivoting. How did you become a silent film? Authority and accompanist I went to film school. I wanted to make comedy films films. But they were showing the silent movies in dead silence. This is four William Rison I wound up playing for classes and he was a huge supporter. What I was doing but I volunteered to to play for the film history classes and was playing for two or three classes a week and and I met a guy named Lee Irwin who had been a movie organised and the nineteen twenties while he was playing the world's Oregon at the Carnegie Hall Cinema which is now Zenko Hall is but he became a friend and a mentor and I just try to absorb absorb stuff from him and I go and play for ever since classes and you know try to make the best? Yeah we talked about it we will have our listeners look up the name Liam K.. Ever legendary film scholar but a lot of books yes and he was my teacher to the school of Visual Arts stupidly. Too Young to appreciate at that age. What he was saying we? I saw intolerance read and sunrise. And all of that stuff. Yeah now Josh was telling us that. He actually appreciated the people he met. Now it's like there's so many times we meet people who are raised in show business and they go. Oh Yeah I was sitting there. I think it was like Humphrey Bogart Sean Barry More. I don't remember and so you actually. You would meet all you telling us all these stars but but you appreciate it. I was a complete comedy nerd and I loved autographs so I was in a really unique position where I could have my mom go onto the love boat and she would get not only whose mom wasn't on the love boat exactly. She was on a two parter. Marooned with John Astin and I was able to get autographs from you. Know Gavin Macleod. One of your guests we Aston to and then Audra Lindley and she was in. The show was Every shriver so I love this stuff I would make her you know. Get me any autograph where she was us now. Who's the biggest ultime star? You're no of that you may. Oh Gosh I time before I could can can meet them. They're all from the silent era. So they're most Mabel Norman. Yeah well that's not as good T- thing. Yeah no Mary Philbin. Yeah Yeah Mary. Yeah no never met any of any of those people. The closest I could say I had a couple of phone conversations with Diana Serra Carrie who was baby Peggy's silent silent film version of Shirley Temple. She just turned one hundred and one. Oh Oh so I was GONNA ask. Are there any silent film. Yeah former still with us as far as I know Diana quickly dwindling number. Yeah Yeah I just I anna. And what's his name. Who's still alive who who works in TV and his one hundred? Oh a norman. Lloyd Norman Lloyd and Simon Son Limelight talking. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah but how did you both while we know how Josh. Let's start with Josh. Jeez oh Jeez. I'll go out for coffee because we are here. Mostly Salihi mostly and we'll get back to you. We know you Victor Bono stories some other goodies. We'll have some Josh Mills interludes. But let's talk about your your famous. Wait you play Josh Mills. interludes of this. I gotta here speaking the Guy Work. Take your calls important to us. Please stay on. Is that you so milk toast. Yeah Yeah I WANNA say to. The Josh is such a fan of comedy that he came bearing gifts he brought he. Joey Forman album with bill. Dana and Gobert. Utah me rogue alive. Aw Look Josh brought me. Josh gave me the Corey Irwin when Kory album and the very racist and antisemitic record Walter Brand Blacks and Jews. Thank you Steve asked. I'm a big Fan. I think I thought you guys would like it. So I and he does listen to the show. I love it. Yeah I listen to the show. Josh was my favorite guests until Ben came in with the rookie. uh-huh Zave ours. So easy Adams was your son. You did not know Ernie. That's my mom appears. Yeah it's going to be one of those nights when she sticks flying the go-to was indeed. Your Mom yes yes and we are going there. I guess it is it is. The train is rolling. Oh it's GonNa be a long ways Oh God let's do this again son of the atoms. Josh Mills Launching Utah the Great. He was great. I'd I'd like to see that movie daughter. No son so take us through it through what. Now you've come to the world of Ernie Kovacs logically. Yeah Authentic Syrup in the house from about When I was born in Sixty eight about seventy seven we lived in that the famed House on Beaumont? Drive twenty rule mouse. Yeah In fact when they moved in it was so big it had a bowling alley. Oh they took out. But I remember the famous Dan. The Ernie worked in which was very manly but very dark. Ernie was a creative genius but he also had a really super dark side to him. So the whole place was outfitted with like suits of armor and and duelling pistols and stuff polar Barron their stuff polar bear trap doors for the wine. It was it was very interesting but yeah I I did have a moment kind of going. Well wait a minute. My Mom. I know my dad mom are divorced. So that's different. WHO's Ernie off it and step sisters and half sisters sisters and sisters at weren't sisters and but mom left the den kind of intact his his? Inner Sanctum Yeah. I'll I'll throw one out there in one thousand nine hundred ninety six when semester alone be became rocky. He rented our house and I remember him coming up the driveway and I thought Oh my God you know I'm seventy eight years old. You're sylvester stallone coming in so he rents the house. We come back after the rental and The the The the wine cellar had a lock and.

Josh Mills Ernie Kovacs Utah David Rose Lloyd Norman Lloyd school of Visual Arts Audra Lindley Mary Philbin Gilbert Gavin Macleod John Astin Diana Serra Carrie sylvester stallone Mabel Norman Humphrey Bogart William Rison Joey Forman Liam K Lee Irwin shriver
"audra lindley" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"audra lindley" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table you can help change their future in a single moment see how for your support can go at sundown dot org. sunshine today and not quite as hot high in the mid eighties then for tonight partly cloudy skies the low in the upper sixties for to Morrow I salute isolated showers early high near ninety though don't expect a lot of rain and don't expect for a long period of time Thursday mostly cloudy high in the upper eighties in the low nineties Friday Saturday and Sunday. with sunny skies right now seventy one degrees in Memphis morning news time is six thirty two am Tim van one six hundred W. R. E. C. ninety two point one FM in the I heart radio out a bit more than twelve hours away from kick off I don't know sherry's going but I'm going tonight for dollar beer night out at the not a one FC games ever make it game against Pittsburgh. who seems to be on a roll but then again we won four in a row we're on a roll to. something's gotta give tonight how does a park seven o'clock check them out. see out there have a good have a good old time for sure all right tell let's talk birthdays it is six thirty three this is September the twenty fourth we are in full swing a fall born on this date in eighteen ninety six it was F. Scott fitzgerald who wrote the Great Gatsby and also wrote Zelda and lived to be just forty four years old a short but brilliant life also on this date in eighteen ninety eight Australian pathologist and pharmacologist Howard flori who purified penicillin and got the Nobel Prize for that in nineteen forty five was born in Adelaide South Australia also on this date in nineteen eighteen was arm. Audra Lindley you will know her as Helen Roper from three's company Mr Roper's wife in the course they were on the ropers as well on the on the spin off and she lived to be seventy eight seventy nine years old she passed with little bit more than twenty years ago also on this day to in nineteen twenty one Jim McKay ABC's wide world of sports he was on there for decades he was born in Philadelphia he lived to be. eighty seven years young also on this date in nineteen thirty six. it was that Jim Henson. course best known as the creator of Muppets. guess where he was born. Greenville Mississippi believe it or not Jim Henson also on this date in nineteen forty one Linda McCartney. pop calls are. wife is just talk for two and then who else we got on the St nineteen forty six we move ahead mean Joe Greene was born in temple Texas he played for the Pittsburgh Steelers that famous coca Cola commercials back in the seventies and eighties also on this date in nineteen forty eight Phil Hartman was born the brilliant Canadian American actor from Saturday Night Live course he also was on pee wee's Playhouse in was in several movie roles just a versatile actor before he was killed back in nineteen ninety eight also one of the state in nineteen fifty eight Kevin Sorbo he played Hercules is also on it on Andromeda he was born in mount Minnesota also finally on this date in nineteen seventy three born in the state was Eddie George Ohio state running back but made his trade with the Tennessee Titans old number twenty seven how we loved Eddie George and if you have a birthday today Happy Birthday to you here on September twenty fourth we have events on the state history coming up at seven thirty two we turn our attention from birthdays to.

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"audra lindley" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"audra lindley" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Slash. Three's company the safest blink find by the time this podcast goes up is that link will go to if anybody wants to watch that not mandatory because we won't spend eight hundred time on Chrissy and the Guru. I don't understand nobody else. Besides me has the D._V._d.. Yes because I just pulled out my season three. D._V._D.'s well is a full box set or just you have to buy each season yeah. You have to buy each season wound. I I actually have a couple random seasons in and season three is one of them of Scott. How much travesty was it that the opening theme song to Three's company was not included in Chester's TV theme song bracket a major travesty that is yes? It's got to be the oversight the millennium I think so Akiva. Do you know the three's company theme song. I don't know it but I I really like it now. I was unaware of it. <hes> apparently it's famous. I'm winner got chosen at the live. Show people started seeing it right away so it's really well no okay. Let me let me play it for anybody who either has longed. I'm for it or it's never heard it before we go with an intro riding on the on the beach in Santa Monica on a bike as he did every day and then Jack Very Horny guy he's crashes bike as a cute lady walking by and you blaming certainly not the person on the show common dancing and starring as the roeper still weird and Audra Lindley aw back down at Arundel who little known fact <hes> guys that song written by Joe Re Poso who wrote many the of the classic songs from Sesame Street Rubber Ducky and <hes> or maybe not rubberduck you being green the sesame street being tons thus restrict songs and the three's company theme. I'd say that's a a career well-spent. Yes great great TV theme song. It's it's a solid one hundred seconds also the intro which is very nineteen seventy eight long instrumental there at the at the end of the episode so Scott. Could you just set this up. Three's company heirs in nineteen seventy six an instant hit or did it build up over time like Seinfeld that Akiva Akiva I covered. I believe well it it built but I believe it was fairly instant in that it was instantly a hit and then it just got bigger and bigger. I think it made its way up to number one or near there for a few years it was pretty huge and it was very controversial at the time it was one of those shows like you said that it people thought was too racy. Believe there were religious groups protesting you look at it now. There's nothing going on well. What were they protesting that there was a person that was pretending that they were gay or that they were? I thought it would be protested like for the opposite reasons today. I think it was just because it was there was a lot of innuendo about set and the girls were especially Christie was wearing a low cut tops. Yes jiggling around and the implication it was almost like it was a bunch of Mr Roper bure's protesting they the protests assumed that the three roommates would just be constantly at each other having sex every episode but that was never the case but jack was incredibly learning he wanted to he wanted to screw and you know any woman he met..

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"audra lindley" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"audra lindley" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We've been talking about some of the worst TV shows of the seventies and remembering some really. Stupid shows that we remember watching. Then the next one here is flying high. And this one seems to be a about sixty flight attendants. When show's shows premises described as following the lives of three sixty flight attendants. That's hardly a good sign poor reviews and stereotypical writing doom this series. That was trying to repeat the success again of Charlie's angels. We know who the actress were. Yeah. We've got Connie Celica. Oh, Connie silicon adder pet Klaus, Catherine wit Howard Platt, Howard plan as captain Doug, martyr. Of course, of course he was the captain. There you go. He got to the point late. Seventies where it was just like let's just get three women do something with them, and let them wear, you know, next to nothing and it'll because everybody was watching Charlie's angels. Totally Charlie's angels was massive hit. So they tried to do that. Several times flying. I let's make him. Accountants, crunching numbers. Yeah. Sure long as their scantily clad. Get taxes. That was that was that was the requirement. Yeah. Jiggle TV man, not, not one of the not one of the prouder moments in network television history. I really can't imagine though it was he was huge. They were. Huge and they take they took a lot. They took a lot of heat for it, too. ABC because ABC was leading network. In jiggle TV. They were the ones that they had. They like I said today, three's company, they have couple of other shows. They of course, had Charlie's angels. So, yeah. All right. How about this one? I remember this one Jim, and I man. Based on h g wells invisible man, this series followed a secret agent who could become invisible. Thanks to his exposure to radiation. While eleven episodes were produced only five made it to air before the show was cancelled. So, yeah, Gemini, man, I remember that I remember that show. It was terrible. Five five episodes made it to air. That's it. Why would they call it gem and not invisible man. If it's based on h g wells invisible, and wouldn't you want when you want to use a title that people recognize? You know, there was there's sort of like a built in audience to something called the invisible man, not necessarily Gemini, man. Boy, three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred is the phone number. Here's Linda on WGN Linda, hey, yeah. You brought up Nancy drew on that. But what about spinning Marty? I don't remember and Marty. Yeah, it was on Mickey Mouse club twice a week and they had them growing up and they were on a ranch like for summer camp. And the first couple of years, it was just the boys and then as they got older. The range next to them was a group of rich dude ranch like in Poona cello. I came on doing acting on that one. Okay. So this was, this was clearly, not the seventies though Linda because we were talking about shows from the seventies. Oh, okay. Yeah. Because also in the late sixties was was high time this, when they first heard Wamosy Lewis, play the piano, Paul revere. And the raiders were at. We would hurry home from school to watch us that was another kids. Many soap opera, Tommy Rennick was it at in that maybe some of the older listeners or even your dad might remember? Yeah. They might they might thanks tearing take care. We had a bunch of texts that just came in, by the way. Tom. Can you look up? Gemini, man. Yes. Take a look here because I can't remember who the star is. I'm looking at a picture of the guy to. But, but I remember it was an awful show. Gemini, man. What does it say? All right. Starring Ben Murphy. Oh, okay. Kathryn Crawford, William. Sylvester all the big stars. Just an all star cast right there. Yeah. Made it to five episodes. Jimmy man. Let's see eight four seven area, code says I loved all those disaster action shows to Nick. I remember chopper one but there's one called super train that was apparently very expensive was cancelled after only nine episodes. Yeah. We mentioned super train, once again, I never heard of it, and that was in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Some of the titles that would steer me away. He haw honeys going out. He haw honeys. That was a spin off a hee-haw. Was it sounds like it was risque? Well, it was the girls from okay because he I mean he was pretty family friendly. Yeah. It was also one of the stupidest things that's ever been on to. He watched it. But it was stupid. Me and the chimp the Roper. Oh, god. The Roper that's one of the worst offs of all time. Who's the Roper? What was that from three's company? The real pers- were the first, we're the first land downstairs Norman fell and Audra Lindley, and they became very popular. So they gotta spin off. And they moved into a new townhouse next door to Jeffrey. Tambor. And his and his wife, who was. The man who was his wife, his wife was a child actress, and then obviously, she was growing up in this. I want to say she was not the bad seed, which she the bad seed. I can't remember but the Rovers was a terrible show. A terrible show. And I just read that one of the terrible seventy shows and it's kind of surprised me that they mentioned that it's the. P. T L club. I remember my mom watching the show fixated with an eye cream and talk to her. She was one of the driving dads with the PTO clubs sticker on the back bumper. I don't even think she knew that the show what it was back, then it was just a different kind of thing where they were combining religion ultra format. Yeah. PTO club. All right. Let's take a break here on seven twenty WGN. The news is coming up. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred phone number. If you want to jump in here for a worst TV shows of the seventies it's.

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