17 Burst results for "Auntie Mame"
"auntie mame" Discussed on KGO 810
"O I want to get a lot of payoff. That nice taxi man so he could get along home to his family. Say, Let the text me the running in the middle of the Depression. Well, ma'am, you see, I'm in order just keeps on gushing. There ain't nothing I can do about it, Lou. That's the message. Yes, Life is a banquet and most poor suckers is starving to death. Come on. Now. Charlie is a banquet. Johnny Life is a banquet. Most poor suckers are starving to death. This is 1958. It's Auntie Mame with Rosalind Russell. Please, folks, do not mix it up with the Lucille Ball. Bad version of the musical Should've been Angela Lansbury. Cast. If you ever want to make the great composer and lyricist Jerry Human cry you mentioned Lucille Ball getting that role. But anyway, Auntie Mame is the Rosalind Russell. One from 58. It is so wonderful, so upbeat, Gorgeous, closed by Orry Kelly. My Favorite designer, and it's just marvelous. And the thing about it is it's all about a woman who lives out loud. You know who pushes the envelope living her own joy autobiographical, right? Yes, I could e totally relate to this movie. It changed my life. It made me seek happiness in a very Outlandish way and I've never been sorry. I'm so glad the next film on my list is the prom. Let's hear this. I love my brands a little tarnished at the moment because of the infamous tirade at the Longacre Theater. When a cell phone goes off in the middle of a performance. I can't be out with your cell phone so that it was in your wig. I know that at the time.
"auntie mame" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The word summer fest to eight by 561616 21 of the greatest to ever play the game. Thanks. Aaron Rodgers might play this season, but it won't be in Green Bay. Gut tells me he's brother sit out in play and read far is not the only one feeling that way. ESPN is Jason will be my biggest questions. What place is he really going to go? Is Denver that place where he would have everything he wants and a chance to win the Super Bowl again. I just don't know if that's their farm. Joining will deign talent on Wednesday, former Packer Auntie Mame or tell sure, But when we get to August and you're gonna start missing real games? Are you gonna let this distraction? Continue on If you're the Packers organization like Spaulding WTMJ news optimism in the air as more people feel comfortable heading to restaurants and bars. USC TVs meddle in O'Neill has more from Madison. These friends are happy to sit around a table together at Cooper's Tavern for a game, definitely a lot more sensible to go out. Now. Once you're vaccinated, Dane County restaurants and bars can now fill up more of their chairs up to 75% capacity, confident approach to something Justin sustainability and normalcy. But here at Cooper's on the square and other small restaurants that won't make a difference because they still need to keep tables physically distanced. Are building we just become. Still, It's a sign. We're moving forward. You Dane County Health orders went into effect Wednesday. Dane County also creating a new task force to try and prevent deaths from suicides, overdoses and alcoholism County Executive job, Creasy says the pandemic is only enhance some of the challenges people face with mental health, and we're not immune to this in game county. In spite of everything, our community has to offer a strong economy after social networks, excellent health care Dane County is not been spared. Nearly two dozen organizations will take part. Tribal leaders from across Wisconsin. Recognizing missing and murdered indigenous Women Awareness Day Wednesday Task Force coach here on the matter, Justine Rufus says It'll take everyone's effort to prevent future abductions, Homicides and trafficking. Today is a day of solidarity and It's a both century and the voices of our families and it's about recognizing that in order to stop this type of violence in our communities, it's really going to take.
"auntie mame" Discussed on WLRN News
"Oh, Parsimonious. Detergent with a oh, the Crimson tide. How he gets this. I have no idea. Alabama how in the world did you get that? I just know the detergent part on. We used to play Alabama's The big game of the That's right is parsimonious with the detergent scripts on tied. The Crimson Tide Every year. The day after Thanksgiving, My parents would take me and sometimes other kids from the neighborhood into New York City to see a real Broadway show. It always meant the beginning of the best time of the year, which is why I was thrilled to receive a contribution from Pat Tina. Of the People's Republic of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Gave us around called musical milieu. Please tell me which musicals have the following settings. Caroline Catfish Row Charleston. Already forgives us. Thank you, porking and best. Very good. That's exactly right. Try this one. Tony. I'll may loom music company New York, New York And Sweet Apple, Ohio Well, we're toying with the idea of music man. And you'd be off base bells a ringing somebody comes down to be a star in the second guess I Bye, Birdie. Right. Bye Bye. Birdie is exactly right. It's bye Bye. Birdie is right by default, setting seven points for that, because they stumbled to that one. Honey. New England town and heaven. Oh, does that carousel? It is, in fact, carousel. Very good. Because Billy imports Bigelow speaks from heaven. Try this one. Francine Beekman place. And peckerwood Bateman plays help. Uh, something about maybe diamonds or frequent places. The upper East Side and peckerwood is some not damn Yankees any, uh, any get your gun? It is not. I'm surprised this woman thought she would get place. Oh, any help from the audience? Name? Well, there's a lot of hope for the audience team. It is maim or Auntie Mame the movie or maim the musical Her Beekman Place apartment, and Petra would, of course, the plantation that she visits in the South. Try this one Paula a street in central pay. Street in central Page. Do you know the way to Central Pain a street in central pay? There was a movie version of this which which took it elsewhere, actually, So I just want to check to make sure that I'm right about this, Lassie. Come home, Lassie come home. Wanna tell us what the movie Put it in with the setting for the movie. I believe the setting for the movie was in South Beach. Miami. Oh,.
"auntie mame" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Going to go down? Nothing but compliments for you. Well, I have to say last week I have to say in great part. It was due to another performance by Andy Maser and Dave Swan. We way recreated a scene from Christmas. Carol, and I thought it would be hokey and funny, like the time that we did with, it's a wonderful life. But Schwann E. As Mrs Cratchit had me crying, really? And and and he did the parts of both not easy, but I had faith in him. Both Bob Cratchit and tiny Tim about that. And you were Scrooge. No. Yeah, I was groomed and I was the ghost of Christmas present The ghost of Christmas present. Yeah, we were. We were we were watching the scratches have their meager Christmas dinner? Yeah. Tell me something as Mrs Cratchit did sherwani at any point Give you a Christmas goose. That was after the show as he was singing buffalo gals. What? We're trying to see how we could work that in but it wasn't written yet. I'll tell you what, Uh, Shawnee and the cross gender. Oh, yeah. Performance around. Oh, yeah. This is a whole new career for him. Well, yeah, I just said, Well, I thought I I haven't if you'd like. I've got the scene from Macbeth and he could play the witches. Yeah, That would be nice. I've been I happened to see on TV the other day, because pretty much that's all I've been doing for the last couple of weeks. She wanted you'd be very proud of me of how money leave it to Beaver. Father knows Best Mariel television. Oh, watch Mr French family affair. Could I could recite verbatim The Joe Nemeth Medicare comer on the way, he says, eyeglasses I've seen I glistens eyeglasses that it drives me nuts. Every time I see the island on Lee thing I've been doing is watched watching TV. And I happened to stumble upon the movie Auntie Mame with Rosalind Russell, which is what it is one of the greatest movies of all time. We'll ask me all the time. My favorite movies. Of all time. That is a genius so far ahead of its time movie that is touching and sweet and hilarious and 20 the next time that we do Is this? Our next exists? Our next skit? Yes. You are going to be anti. I'm gonna be aunty made Eddie Hsu anti Swat, right? I'm gonna be young Patrick. Uh, I just wanted to play it be. Well, we could do that. Oh, yeah. Hey, there's Yeah, There's a There's an Andy Griffith Christmas episode. Don't worry about that. That's one of the great ones. I know. 2021 is supposed to be a better year. But ladies and gentlemen, I'm warning you way have stumbled upon a gem here. That we're going to fully exploit. And when I was impressed with is he did not do the same voice as he did for Mary Hatch, two different character. He had this cock knee accent. Two different character. The beginning. Like I said, I was I was gonna make kind of a joke about it. And then as I'm listening He became Lawrence, Olivia and he was he was totally into the role, and I'm like, Wait a minute. This isn't even a joke anymore. This is this is like share him or to Lawrence Hagman. Oh, Lawrence Hagman, If you will, Lawrence Lawrence. I would compare him to a Bea Arthur. Well, that Z e can see an episode of Golden girls coming. Perfect. There's.
"auntie mame" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Rushing to the. So. That was Christine Baranowski with a little bit of Meryl Streep, and the Percussion you here with Meryl Streep is her at least part of the percussionist, her shaking the cocktail Shaker, because other ladies and Mr Drinking. We each shows our choice of alcohol, so mine was red wine. Then it cuts to Merrill, shaking a Martini and then audrey has the Tumbler of whiskey. You were in the Film Mamma Mia and its sequel. And in addition to singing in the and you know, of course doing comedic acting. You have a dance scene on the beach where you're not only dancing, but like you're getting lifted by men, men, male dancers and. I don't know how much like dancing studied over the years, but I always wondered what it feels like to be lifted. Can One of those dance lifts, and then you know you're moving your legs. In like a graceful way, and it always feels like I hate being picked up. So tell me tell me what it feels like to do that and to learn how to be graceful. When somebody's like you know, holding up in the air like that. Well, I think if you're on a beach in Greece and there are a lot of really hot young men. You might get used to it. You might. You might find yourself enjoying being lifted up. Let me just say this I started. I was sent to Bali school at an early age and I thought I would be a dancer rather than an actor, so my primary training as a performing person, young person was in ballet, and then I studied modern dance, and was part of a workshop in Buffalo where we were doing African American dance and modern deaths, anyway when I applied to juilliard for acting, I also wanted to study dance, and they told me you can't possibly do. Both disciplines so I had a lot of dance training, and when I did Mama May I of course. Course started studying went back to it when I played in May my head to do a lot of dance training as well You know in preparation for anything you're going to do so by the time guys are lifting you up and spinning you around, and you're having to move your arms and legs around you've you know I did enough preparation for it? But the funny story there is that we had. We had rehearsed that musical number months in advance while we were still in London and then we were filming all these other scenes. At the sound stage, in London at Pinewood, and then we went on location in Greece so this was months later were finally location. When the director says to me, you know the weather is perfect, and I think tomorrow we're going to do. Does your mother know and they had just flown in the guys the night before? And I hadn't reviewed that number. We hadn't had enough re rehearsal. And suddenly we were on the beach and In order to create. A platform for the guys to dance on. They cleared the sand, laid a concrete slab, and then covered it with sand in these young men had to dance basically. On concrete that was covered in sand, and it was just punitive, and we were filming it with. You know we had to get the shot in the son was directly in our eyes and anybody who's done movie musicals knows especially. If you're on location, how many challenges there are there? And there were wasps at that time of year we had to stop filming because the wasps Go mad and people were being stung so when I look at that. Number. I don't think Oh. How Fun to be on the beach with those guys? It wasn't that fabulously sexy was like oh I, remember the wasps, and the sun in my eyes, and I was squinting, and they were grinding their knees into the concrete, and you know all of the obstacles. Anyway, we. Pulled it off. It's fun number. It's the only number that's sort of of rock and roll number with the guys and I and I absolutely loved it. Your Grandmother I. Have This right was? An actress who just a devotchka of music theater. Don't my grandparents both my paternal grandparents were actors in the Polish theatre. I grew up in a suburb of Buffalo Offs Cheektowaga but they. They there was a very active Polish community and theater, and so they did plays and musicals in Polish as Villa's English and my grandmother might I never knew my grandfather died before. I knew him, but my grandmother lived with me when I. was a child up to the time My father died when I was eight, and then we moved away from my grandmother, but we shared a bedroom and I always. Say she was a Auntie Mame influence in my life, she loved. Music she loved dance, she had a vivacious personality and she even had her own radio show on the Polish radio station and she wrote a comedy hour with her friend. This is where I guess my love of theater, and my perhaps mitalent comes from. Well and also the idea that you could actually become an actress because she shared a bedroom with one. Yes I! And she was, she was. She was very theatrical and she had very theatrical friends. They would come over and and and just I could hear them. You know we we would be put to bed. My brother and I but Nana was in the living room with her Polish friends, and they get drunk and they sing and dance, and you know as I said she was. She's really rather Auntie Mame type and but she. She had a great effect on my life and when my dad died, I was eight years old. Oh, we moved away from Nana and It's only. Years later that I realized what a profound effect that had on me my early years with her. And also the loss of her How traumatic that must have been for me to have lost someone who is so. Loving and physically affectionate and and fund around because my own mother. Was Not that kind of person at all. My mom was raised during the depression and wasn't terribly physically affectionate, and have no memory of my mom, reading to me or sitting on my.
"auntie mame" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me
"Hello Fellow movie friends. I'm Lily Percy and I'll be your guide this week as I talked with Justin Sair about the movie that changed his life. Auntie Mame I spoke with Justin. Send a live event as part of WNYC's work at festival in partnership with New Fest New York's LGBT Film and Media Arts Organization. Don't worry if you've never seen Auntie Auntie Mame we're gonNA give you all the details you'll need to follow along. I had seen the movie. Auntie mame before with my father who loved Turner Classic Movies and AMC The and all of the old Hollywood classics. But I have to admit that I didn't really get it growing up as a kid. I think I dismissed it as a movie about a rich lady with lots of costume changes and watching this movie. Now I realize what an amazing figure name is lt quiet every bobby. I have an important announcement to make. This is my little ball only no. He's not really he's my brother son from Chicago. My only living relative. You've that's all we have just each other my love she so head over time and she's celebrating difference everywhere in her friendships or relationships chips even just the way. She lives her life. Everything about her is a celebration here on. This is my little boy. Patrick I want you you be the star. One of the ladies of the ocoee means dearest friend Vera Charles. Hello she just loves little boy Oy. Who's he bishop? Dolly doesn't speak a word of English stimulating relating man of your grace. He's such a darling and so only for a man of God and so everything. In the universe is composed of the elements of Battiston. Must Matt himself is fire. Dust Mingled with Walter installing. This is my little nephew Patrick. This is Mr his two page dear. Tease Tom that. Means no thyself. Mr Page is a great educator and he runs a school down in the village where they do all sorts of advance wants things or. Do you think you might find room for Patrick for him yet. This boy I see already the fire dust and just add water over instead..
"auntie mame" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"In a hello and welcome back to the GMC Weird News podcast as I said before for the break we have talked about homeless cats who become instagram stars and cat lawyers. We've talked about the non starter starter non starting storming of area fifty one and now we need something silly l. e. but lighter silly and I saw this recently on twitter follow author Sandra Boynton definitely follow Oh her on the book review twitter she does children's books lots of board books. She draws lots of animals etc.. If you're not familiar with her she he is a lot of fun and I enjoy reading her two small people in my life but she posted about this story and it made me look into it a little more so it turns out that toys are taking vacations and seeing the world without their owners. This is a social media trend that has spawned several travel agencies Aziz and even passports just four stuffy just for your stuffed animals so Sono a Zumo I was four years old when she got her first stuffed toy and this story comes to us from get pocket dot Com an American woman who worked for the US Air Force Base in Japan. Dan used to live next door to us. She says and she gave me a big snoopy. As a Christmas present. The stuffed Beagle became an inseparable companion throughout her childhood in Japan something like a friend or a little brother. It was not an unfamiliar feeling too. It's not an unfamiliar feeling of course to anyone who grew up with a favorite stuffy which I did his his name was teddy not the most original name for teddy bear but I was eight months old when I got him so who knows if I named him or somebody else named him if I named him later in life but my Auntie Mame for me and I still have him today he is in the guest room in my house. Zuma grew up but as she got older she discovered a passion for soft toys this this time it was a handmade ill which she named inaugural which is ill and Japanese that she took on her with her on trips and she said she just thought it was fun. I blog the photos and made my friends smile and made me smile. She says I thought it was a fun and creative way to share my daily life. Zuma isn't alone. Lots of adults make toys a centerpiece of their travel dispatches. I actually have to admit that I have another bear. His name is Pedro Pedro Filipe and my husband and I have this whole ongoing the thing about taking pictures of Pedro in various places and I'll tell you that story some other day but in in twenty fourteen Shannon Robinson a graduate a student at Western Sydney University's Institute for Culture and society saw a trend worthy of study as part of her doctoral research when I started chatting to people about the practice of taking toy toy traveling. She says I was shocked at how widespread it was almost every person I spoke to knew someone who had taken a toy traveling Robinson who's interesting topics topics were in topic in the topic was inspired by a chapter on traveling mascots in the lonely planet guide to experimental travel a compendium of unusual travel ideas then spent months studying the flicker community traveling toys thus was founded in two thousand five and the commute the group now has two thousand four hundred ninety eight members hours and forty seven thousand six hundred photos. That's pretty impressive for her. Study Robinson analyzed a sample of images and asked members to fill in a short survey about about their travel behavior she then identified some common trends such as desire to accumulate travel culture capital by sharing picks of toys posed in world tourism hotspots botts think dexter the Choi Toy chipmunk monument valley a panda bear strolling through Red Square in Moscow Teddy Checking out starring most in Bosnia it highlights the connection between the phenomenon of the traveling toy and broader cultural logistics of logics of Tourism Robinson says something about pictures of toys famous world landmarks makes a certain breed of traveler feel particularly worldly the familiar the foreign together as if it's the most natural thing thing in the world after Awhile Zuma's friends started asking her if they could take unagi with them abroad and began sending photos of the Eel beside famous famous landmarks as well seeing Doggie in Paris or in New York while I was in Tokyo was inspiring and fun. She says it was a great way to see different parts of the world. I keep thinking of the movie only where the gnome goes travelling but the dad doesn't know how it's happening. don't want to give too much away on that but it's very cute soon. She realized that the concept might appeal to a wider audience so in two thousand ten Azuma quit her job in Tokyo's financial industry to start a travel agency not just just any travel agency but one that caters exclusively to stuffed animals at the beginning people thought it was a crazy idea who would pay for this but I knew that this would make people who can't travel like disabled kids old people or low income families smile. She decided to name.
"auntie mame" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"With that. I thought some scary goes homey throws plates. He another member of our family is our little sister, and that's diamond diamond. I want to do this quickly only have a second. Everytime diamonds picks on the show, not a dozen, but forty dozen texts come through saying, oh my God. She sounds just like meal Kuna Scottish. I now they say you sound like Meena kunas. Need a weird meantime meal may look me? La Kunis Ashton. Kutcher wife. Yes. And I'm thinking, I'd I've heard her a million times, but I couldn't remember what she sounds. So here is okay. So diamond high. They say you sound like Mila Kunis. I don't agree. But. Hi, hello. Okay. But here's me, Luke Kuhn. I can fake it. I really stern books and I feel like that's that's ELS it. That's all you need. I can fake it. I give really stern looks I can fake it. Give really starting to look on my gosh. So how. It does sound like. Sound like me lacunas, and you are officially our little sisters. Yeah. I know. The little sister, always going to protect in love. We're going to rename meal. Does she sounds just like kneeling fake it? I really stern books and I feel like that, that sells it. Okay. Now, I green everyone says, she sounds like me. Let. I agree. I think people identify her voice so much because she's mega from the family guy. So it's just out there all the time. What have you were saying? I'm auntie mame. The old eccentric, single aunt who walks around and kaftans. Oh, all right. Into the three things you need to know. We have a one thousand dollar posh Mark free money phone tap coming up in ten minutes. All right. Gandhi. It's all you all right in the Philly area. There are some serious stuff happening. A series of fires and explosions is causing a lot of destruction around south Philly. It's happening at an oil refinery complex. Social media began seeing reports of this around four AM this morning. They do have their own fire department there or fiber gate there. But it's gonna take a lot more than that we all saw the videos. It's really big. They're still battling it. No injuries reported just yet. And we don't know what caused it. But it is causing a lot of traffic issues in that area right now the US women's national team celebrating to victory over swing bracket, baby. How about that? They're going to take on Spain next Monday. And finally, a new study found that women are spending more time working at work and at home than men and this has been going on, since at least two thousand and eight they say. Women do thirty more minutes of household chores everyday, and spend at least an hour longer at work every day. So ladies keep on doing it. Good for you here. All right. Your free money phone tap next. Oh my goodness. I can't believe I'm talking to you will. It's an honor to have you here face is Elvis Duran in the morning show. Summertime.
"auntie mame" Discussed on Raised by TV
"To talk radio TV shows that is type that's so wild though. Because it's weird that there's a lot of people you hear like I used to record SNL on the tape and listen to it, you know, and Like like. when you're craving content as a kid download like SNL clips on Napster and lime wire. I would make I would make mix CDs with like movie quotes. Cool. My sister. And I did our version of SNL like we did audio version of it called the cook. Cook cook cook crazy show. Get she's five years older than we bedroom. And I just remember we came up the one thing I remember is fuckers AM, and we couldn't get through because. Yes. A commercial smucker's jam with a name like that tastes good in which is people like we just giving like testimonial. This is awesome. Fuckers jam commercials like different characters. Couldn't couldn't laughing. The whole like we have sap rewind press record again God like saying fuckers sham over and over again. Then I cannot believe that completely. That's so fun. It's like such a perfect. Anytime someone has like a coup last video of them at like five I knew I was a star. I'm like, oh, man. Parents weren't even like looking at me. No, less pointing camera. Alana Glazer Eliot Glazer if you ever follow them. Yeah. They have so much the most supportive parents in the world. This was like us with a tape recorder. Yeah. Totally. Yeah. And did either of your siblings end up doing stuff in the entertainment industry? Kind of no not at all my brother's brain surgeon. Guy. How do you fall at the family reunions at the family functions? So cool. I mean, it's great because I am an aunt of like, oh, jeez. There's a lot of them. There's eight of eight nieces and God what how many in each family? My sister is five and my brothers. And and I'm I'm the cool aunt. Yeah. That's the coolest. Yeah. Right. Because they have a cool aunt that lives in New York or LA and and work. I don't even know what. We've been friends for like five or seven years, and I have no idea where you live in because I run into and ask at in New York, and then I run into it. Live. And I just realized when I called myself, the cool aunt, I was just like what if they're listening, and they're like, no, you're. I will say one thing coolants never say is cool. Nicole? Like auntie mame. That's so funny that you're the coolant and in any like in my family, the doctor would be like the most lauded after from the maybe from the parents down. It's like, oh and Tammy's here has TV writing. No, the they're they're very happy. I'm successful. Although they're fully in a panic because I'm writing for orange is the new black now in. Yeah. Yeah. It's. You've read the news a lot. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Depressing. Oh, yeah. The private prison. Stocks tripled the night that Trump was elected. What does that mean? It means they donated a bunch to his campaign. We're betting big on success. The about the be outlawed under Obama. And then. Yeah, it was because it's such a fucked up 'cause they have their own rules. Yeah. If you look at what has happened with private prisons. It's so depressing. Because when when it's the bottom dollar when it's about saving money, and you can knock one penny off of each prisoner by giving them the right amount of calories or or making them work in for free or shittier sheets like stirred by the fire. The they had all the I mean, that's not uncommon here. For now that they have the fire the fire fight. The fires are being fought by prisoners. Yes. What's What's your your do? one? Do we get paid one dollar a day? And then because of the felonies on their record are unable to take the LA FD test when they get out of derby legitimate firefighting speed. Yeah, they can't be Sony who aren't going to. Exactly, so fun. I'll take two guys with face tattoos that fought fires before there is an amazing story about the female, California firefighters because one of them died fighting a fire and yet they can't get a job or even apply for one like wild..
"auntie mame" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Got this vintage scandal today because there aren't that many legends left and we just lost a legend yesterday. Yes, we dead and they're giving the late some Broadway tonight. I thought it would be good to just kind of revisit some of the Channing moments Haning moments. Yes. Some of them were scandal. Some of them just showed how much of a Hollywood the show must go on. So I'll start with this November two thousand and one the night before Carol Channing is supposed to perform alongside Angela lansbury in a special auntie mame. Hello, Dolly, mashups conceived. Right. Jerry herman. I would've loved evening dedicated to his music and Jerry Herman, you know, he he couldn't even comment yesterday and Carol Channing passing away. He was devastated, but the night before Caroline Angela. We're gonna just do this one night on Broadway of auntie mame. Hello Dolly, Carol Channing fell down a flight of stairs. She ted. And lansbury, of course, would sing auntie mame. Carol Channing was Dolly Levi, and they were gonna with the two icons swapping between the roles and each of them serenaded by their own many male chorus as the skit went. It was sold out. Oh my gosh. Stories from her longtime friend in publicists be Harlan bowl and Carol overheard. The call phone calls between doctors and her management saying she's not going to be peering. And she wasn't having any of it. She'd had stitches through temple a broken arm and a fractured thumb. She went on the next night. Harry Winston covered her arm cast in diamonds. Asked had to have its own security because of all the diamonds, and she just said, I can't imagine anyone saying Carol couldn't make it and that wasn't going to happen. And apparently, she and Angela lansbury had wail of a time their voices, very different contrasting quickly. And. She of course was best known for. Hello dolly. And then also gentlemen prefer blondes and was ninety seven and her son Channing Carson better known as Pulitzer nominated political cartoonists Chan low. Oh, yeah. And a close family member Sylvie along those are the two people who survive her and he her publicist Channing bowl. Excuse me. Bohl said, I know for over twenty years and nothing would sapper. She was the embodiment of the show must go on. And. Carol with such a major part of Jerry Herman's life that he needs time to grieve privately. He can't even make a statement is what his rep told the Hollywood reporter and the Daily Beast yesterday, and she moved to Rancho Mirage twenty years ago to be near her cousin Sylvia long. Yes. Okay. And she died of natural causes her last personal appearance where people saw her in public was in nineteen urged fees me in twenty fifteen for her birthday party in Palm Springs. They had like a birthday it was that the McCallum theatre in palm desert under ninety fifth birthday that was her last public appearance. But some other kind of things that we're finding out about. Like when Barbra Streisand was given the nineteen sixty-nine movie role, Gene Kelly. Hello, Dolly, she's devastated. She said it was suicidal for me. She told the Miami Herald, it's like somebody taking your baby I was there. And it was created. I've never really dwelled on it. It's painful to me. Yesterday, Barbra Streisand did tweet about Carol Channing Saint she was a true life force a kind and effort vestment woman who never allowed the prayed to pass her. Oh, that's right. Yeah. And but Channing only saw Pearl Bailey perform, Hello Dolly. She never saw Ginger Rogers eve Arden Phyllis Diller because she was always on tour, and she wasn't opposed to any of them in any way, she loved him up. But that was the only Hello Dolly production shivers. Saw. Carol Channing didn't feel wronged about Marilyn Monroe. Getting the gentlemen, prefer blondes because she remembered Marilyn Monroe coming to see Carol Channing perform the role for weeks that the theater and at the end of three weeks. Maryland would go to Carol Channing dressing room and say, I just want you to know that every morning I wake up and think I'm going to see that wonderful show again, I never got bored with it, Carol and miss, Shannon. Always thought that was an awfully sweet thing that is very sad. It helped a little bit with the sting. But boy, I was ready to jump out the window when she first heard the news that Maryland would be cast in the movie, but it was so distracting for the orchestra to have Marilyn Monroe at the show for three weeks in a row players would miss beats a note. Cheryl told the story about the pianist who is more interested. If Maryland had a brother. And I guess a later generation of kids know, Carol Channing from the white cream Queen and a trippy nineteen eighty mini series of Allison wonderland. Don't recall that okay. And in nineteen seventy as you said yesterday, she was the first person to perform sold elaborate headed to perform solo at the Super Bowl halftime show and retirement was not for her even in the early two thousand she toured her one woman show, the first eight years of the hardest feel like that's when we had her on like was for that. And she told the view in two thousand and ten that she was absolutely unfazed by the idea of Johnny Depp plane her as he said he would like to do on screen. He expressed that he wants to play Carol Channing onscreen. I feel like he did sort of when he played the, gene. Wilder character in Bloomberg. Or maybe when he was in Allison wonderland. And she I guess here's when she was on one of her first appearances on what's my line? And the panel tries to guess who you are an old TV show for people who don't know what. And she was dressed in an enormous for helmet hat and she did a Russian accent. And the panel asked her does she sing? And she said, yes, beautifully and. Anyway, she in her two thousand and two out of biography. Just lucky I guess she revealed that when she was sixteen her mother told her that our father. How did German that she was half black? Yeah. You heard that say, yes. Yes. And her mom wanted her to wanted to her to know that in case she ever got married and had a baby and the baby might have looked black. Her dad, and I guess her dad was though was so late when he moved from Georgia to Connecticut, whatever was way back way. He just passed for white. Yeah. So that was one of the things, you know, in her book that nobody knew and she didn't know until she her mom told her she was married. Four times most infamously to her former manager in public says Charles low and most poetically to her childhood sweetheart, Harry who died in twenty eleven and she and Charles low were married for forty two years. They split in nineteen ninety eight with low dying before the divorce was finalized. And she claimed that she caught him in a homosexual affair he'd been having it for a long time. And that he told her the day after their wedding. He was impotent and they'd only had sex twice in forty two years that would have been a clue to me. Wow. But don't they have a child together? She child with the guy before that. Yeah. You're kidding me. Oh, Channing her son her. His father was her. Second husband football player by the name of Alex Carson. Okay. But this Charles lows said, you know, she's spread false stories about me, and they went back and forth and back and forth. But that's how she got her divorce in California was she didn't have you know, she was refused intimate relationship. Forty two years. Forty two years, I know in it, and he took Oliver money. I mean, he met mismanaged her money away was one of the things that I read about that too. And one of the other things that she had a regret about was that Carol Channing said she and Ethel Merman, and Mary Martin would discuss who among them had been the worst mother and Carol would say well, Chan her son got to go to the White House, which many little boys didn't get to do would. They all three of them felt that they traveled so much. Sure. Stay. Yeah. That busy busy busy. And it was. Towards as she got older they became closer in her. Bedroom was always filled with his political cartoons and our son's. Yeah. Her son and when bowl asked Carol Channing what show role. She was most proud of. She would always say the next one. Well, that's a great line showbiz. That's a great line and at the time of the controversy over marriage equality. Carol Channing would Seder publicist friend. Why would you want the government involved in your private life? People want to get married. They should just get married. So and she was immensely proud that when you're at a San Francisco pride event where they crowned a ceremonial empress. She'd been crowned the Queen and she also got into Carol Channing look alike contest with drag queens, and she said, you know, Harlan I took third. Dolly parton. He took the impersonations is a great honor. Because she yourself in famously impersonated to Lula Bankhead Marlene Dietrich one of them, sir. Do at once and walked out of the theater, who do you think it was Marlene Dietrich saying, that's who I would think we don't know. She said she never understood it until one time when she went to see someone impersonating her. And she said, oh now, I get it. And she never wanted to see anyone impersonator after that. All right. And then her sense of humor one time in Vegas. A guy came up to her and said fella, you look great. I've never seen a better Carol Channing. She said, thank you. I'm a truck driver from Toledo, and I'm just here on the weekend..
"auntie mame" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Seven one, everything entertainment. And then there was a scandal. Scout. Shocking. Well, I got with this vintage scandal today because there aren't that many legends left and we just lost a legend yesterday. Yes, we did. And they're giving the lakes and Broadway tonight. I thought it would be good to just kind of revisit some of the Channing moments Channing moments. Yes. Some of them were scandal is some of them just showed how much of a Hollywood the show must go on. So I'll start with this November two thousand one the night before Carol Channing is supposed to perform alongside Angela lansbury in a special auntie mame. Hello, Dolly, mashups conceived. Right. Jerry herman. I would've loved evening dedicated to his music and Jerry Herman, you know, he he couldn't even comment yesterday and Carol Channing passing away. He was devastated, but the night before Caroline Angela. We're gonna just do this one night on Broadway of mame. Hello dolly. Carol Channing fell down a flight of stairs should dead. And lansbury, of course, would sing auntie mame Carol Channing Dolly Levi, and they were gonna with the two icons swapping between the roles and each of them serenaded by their own many male chorus as the skit went. It was sold out. Oh my gosh. Stories from her longtime friend in publicists be Harlan bowl and Carol overheard. The call phone calls between doctors and her management saying she's not going to be hearing. And she was in having any of it. She'd had stitches through temple a broken arm and a fractured thumb. She went on the next night. Harry Winston covered her arm cast in diamonds. Asked had to have its own security because of all the diamonds, and she just said, I can't imagine anyone saying Carol couldn't make it and that wasn't going to happen. And apparently she and Angela lansbury had wail of time their voices very different purchase contrasting quickly. And. She of course was best known for. Hello dolly. And then also gentlemen prefer blondes, and she was ninety seven and her son Channing Carson better known as Pulitzer nominated political cartoonist Chan low. Oh, yeah. That's her science and a close family member Sylvie along those are the two people who survive her, and he her publicist Channing ball, excuse me. Bohl said I knew her for over twenty years and nothing would stop her. She was the embodiment of the show must go on. And. Carol was such a major part of Jerry Herman's life that. He needs time to grieve privately. He can't even make a statement as what his rep told the Hollywood reporter and the Daily Beast yesterday, and she moved to Rancho Mirage twenty years ago to be near her cousin the Soviet lawn. Yes. Okay. And she died of natural causes her last personal appearance where people are her in public was in nineteen excuse me in twenty fifteen for her birthday party in Palm Springs. They had like a birthday. Was that the McCallum theatre in palm desert under ninety fifth birthday that was her last public appearance? But some other kind of things that we're finding out about. Like when Barbara trae someone's given the nineteen sixty-nine movie role, Gene Kelly. Hello, Dolly, she's devastated. She said it was suicidal for me. She told the Miami Herald, it's like somebody taking your baby. I was there a news created I've never really dwelled on it. It's painful to me yesterday. Barbara racing did tweet about Carol Channing saying she was a true life force, a kind and effervescent woman who never allowed the prayed to pass her. Oh, that's great. Yeah. And but Channing only saw Pearl Bailey perform, Hello Dolly. She never saw Ginger Rogers Yverdon Phyllis Diller because she was always on tour, and she wasn't opposed to any of them in any way. She loved him up with that was the only Hello Dolly production. She ever saw. Carol Channing didn't feel wronged about Marilyn Monroe. Getting the gentlemen, prefer blondes because she remembered Marilyn Monroe coming to see Carol Channing perform the role for weeks at the theater and at the end of three weeks. Maryland would go to Carol Channing stressor room and say, I just want you to know that every morning I wake up and think I'm going to see that wonderful show again, I never got bored with it Carol and miss Channing always thought that was an awfully sweet thing that is very sad. It helped a little bit with the sting. But boy, I was ready to jump out the window when she first heard the news that Maryland would be cast in the movie, but it was so distracting for the orchestra to have Marilyn Monroe at the show for three weeks in a row players would miss beats a note. Carol told the story about the pianist who is more interested. If Maryland had a brother. And I guess a later generation of kids know, Carol Channing from the white cream Queen and a trippy nineteen eighty mini series of Allison wonderland. Don't recall that in the nineteen seventy as you said yesterday was the first person to perform solo. Yeah. To perform solo at the Super Bowl halftime show and retirement was not for her even in the early two thousand she toured or one woman show the first eight years of the hardest. I feel like that's when we had her on like was being for that. And she told the view in two thousand and ten that she was absolutely unfazed by the idea of Johnny Depp plane her as he said he would like to do on screen. He expressed that he wants to play for your Carol Channing onscreen. I feel like he did sort of when he played the gene wilder character in Bloomberg. Or maybe when he was in Ellison wonderland and. She hears when she was on one of her first appearances on what's my line? And the panel tries to guess who you are an old TV show for people who don't know what she was dressed in an enormous helmet hat and she did a Russian accent. And the panel asked her does she sang and she said, yes, beautifully and. Anyway, she in her two thousand and two out of biography. Just lucky I guess she revealed that when she was sixteen her mother told her that our father. Had a German that she was half black. Yeah. You heard that say her? Yes. Yes. And her mom wanted her to wanted to her to know that in case she ever got married and had a baby and the baby might have looked black. Her dad, and I guess her dad was though was so late when he moved from Georgia to Connecticut, whatever it was way back way. He just passed for white. Yeah. So that was one of the things, you know, in her book that nobody knew and share. She didn't know until she her mom told her she was married. Four times most infamously to her former manager and publicist says Charles low and most poetically to her childhood sweetheart, Harry who died in twenty eleven and she and Charles low were married for forty two years. They split in nineteen ninety eight with low dying before the divorce was finalized. And she claimed that she caught him in a homosexual affair he'd been having it for a long time. And that he told her the day after their wedding. He was impotent and they'd only had sex twice in forty two years that would've been a clue to me. Wow. But don't they have a child together achieve child with the guy before that? Yeah. You're kidding me. Channing her son her. His father was her. Second husband football player by the name of Alex Carson. Okay. But this Charles lo said, you know, she spread false stories about me, and they went back and forth and back and forth. But that's how she got her divorce in California was she didn't have you know, she was refused intimate relationship. Forty two years forty two years, and he took Oliver money. I mean, he met mismanaged her money away was one of the things. Yeah. You know that I read about that too. And one of the other things that she had a regret about was that Carol Channing always said, she and Ethel Merman, and Mary Martin would discuss who among them had been the worst mother. And Carol would say well Chan her son got to go to the White House, which many little boys didn't get to do with. They all three of them felt that they traveled so much. Yeah. That busy busy busy, and it was towards as she got older they became closer in her. Bedroom was always filled with his political cartoons and our son's. Yeah. Her son and when bowl asked Carol Channing, what show her role. She was most proud of. She would always say the next one. Well, that's great. Line showbiz. That's a great line. And at the time of the controversy over marriage equality, Carol Channing when Seder publicist friend. Why would you want the government involved in your private life? People wanna get married. They should just get married. So and she was immensely proud that when you're at a San Francisco pride event where they crowned a ceremonial empress. She'd been crowned the Queen and she also got into Carol Channing look alike contest with drag queens, and she said, you know, Harland took third Dolly Parton. He took the impersonations is a great honor. Because she herself in famously impersonated to Lula Bankhead Marlene Dietrich one of them saw her do it once and walked out of the theater, who do you think it was Marlene Dietrich thing? That's who. I would think we don't know. She said she never understood it until one time when she went to see someone impersonating her. And she said, oh now, I get it. And she never wanted to see anyone in. Later after that. All right. And then her sense of humor one time in Vegas guy came up to her and said fella. You look great. I've never seen a better Carol Channing. She said, thank you. I'm a truck driver from Toledo, and I'm just here on the weekend..
"auntie mame" Discussed on The Moth
"Both radio hours produced by Atlantic public media in woods hole Massachusetts and presented by PR ex. This is the moth radio hour from PR ex. I'm Sarah Austin, Janice in this hour. We're hearing stories of second chances. This is a theme. I'm somewhat obsessed with my parents, divorced each other. When I was five and remarried each other when I was nine so the idea of at least considering second chance is in my blood. I think about it all the time one friend says I'm from the recycling tradition. These stories have so far been about being given a second chance and a do over. But sometimes you give yourself a second chance here skates. Haley live at the moth. The night before I flew to my divorce. I was standing alone in my bra and underwear and basic black pumps trying on dress after dress, and it wasn't sexy. And I wasn't sassy. I didn't have any girlfriends with me though. It would have been a perfect chick lit wrong com. Scenario for me to give a gay divorce a fashion show. I didn't have any kids to watch me though at thirty eight. I wanted them. And I didn't even have my own mirror to look in because I had been subletting furnish department ever since moving to Manhattan from LA during the separation from the man, we will now call my was spend. What I did have was this hot desire to show up in court wearing something that would say to my was binned. See what you've been missing when he had not been missing me at all. In had. In fact, been dating a bartender Coon fit model who was a decade younger than I was. And if you're wondering whether I googled her. Oh, yes, I did. And she was I mean, you can say it with me. She was blonde. She was tall. She was thin and tan according to her modeling photos online. She enjoyed writing a bicycle in a bikini with no helmet. And I realized that focusing on what to wear to the funeral of your marriage may sound silly or June. If I may use that word, and I'd really liked to. But I knew that being in. My was bins presence for the first time in ten months, would yank my heart and quickened my pulse. And that sounds like the stuff of romance novels, but it was really the stuff of corrosive karma. I met this funny handsome tall. And when we were in our twenties, and he was quite bald. Then because he had just survived cancer. And I was quite sad. Then because my mother had just died of cancer. And I think we thought we would heal each other and the sweetness of our early days had diminishing returns and I loved him madly slash. And he loved me to we just we just loved each other wrong. And I always loved him more. My lawyer had promised that there would be no drama in the courtroom because we didn't have a single shared asset. I mean, we had these crate and barrel gift cards, which were the only things we registered for because we couldn't agree on anything else. But besides that nothing and all we had to do to release ourselves from our marriage was sign this piece of paper. But my was been wanted to see me in court, and I didn't know what to expect. I didn't. I didn't know what I would say or feel and I didn't know what he wouldn't say or wouldn't feel. So my literal appearance was the only thing I could control about my legal appearance. And honestly, it was it was such a relief to focus on something as superficial as a dress after years years of addressing deeper concerns. I got to dig in my closet, rather than my soul. Here's what it came down to. I wanted to look beautiful for my divorce. I wanted the man to whom I was saying I don't to look at me and think I was pretty and feel sad. He was losing me. Because that would mean I'd mattered. Also. Focusing on what to wear to my divorce was an easy way to be glib about something painful. I mean, honestly, there's something very chic about flying in from New York to Los Angeles to get divorced. You know, kind of auntie mame, and my friend Joe begged me to where a black pillbox hat with lace that would cover my eyes. And one of my brothers told me to very law and order, and my other brother told me to look sex in the city fabulous..
"auntie mame" Discussed on Natch Beauty
"Yeah. To go into the into your retinas are they burning? I don't have any. You're gonna have to go wash your eyes out in the. No, it's not. No, it's fun. It's good. Well, big, and they're and I probably slept on a little they're very large a large face. I would highly recommend the yes to let me put mine on these. Great. Oh, yeah. Is it cooling? I'm yeah. Really cooling. I feel like they're sturdy minor really thinks. Oh, yeah. Years are icy y years of the priciest, but these are also reusable payroll. I have actually I do have some reasonable guys like that you do. Yeah. But they're. Duel. They can be dual under eye or like smile lines. So I've only one them on smile is on smile lines. And only twice. Well, you know what? Today's the day. We are patching it up in here. Patch atom bid. We're patched attach such past free. My first question for y'all is did either of you think you would ever be guess on a beauty podcast. No. I mean, a beauty podcasts. No year beauty podcasts yet. Like. Yeah. That'll probably happen before. Yeah. Because our whole thing is like, I'm not a professional and enthusiasts. Right. And I like I trust you, and I trust your guidance. You we do our best. You know? My second question is how did you meet? And how did you start collecting and music and comedy great question and one that I feel like Zach, and I now have like a script where we're like are you taking part eating this part? But we we met we were in a practice group in two thousand eleven that was formed out of a four one that I would like the group existed, then they lost the members my friend from college in the group. He was like, let's have this. Jess join that group was called Merck cliff. We to freestyle rap to warm up for shows than we started freestyle rapping in the shows and then Zach and I both became performers. We wrote a sketch for a bit show went. Well, we filmed it we were like this pretty good. We like have similar since abilities of both love like animal critter actually got hired to write together for a brief Nickelodeon digital initiative where we did music for them. And that was kind of the beginning of functioning as an official like working partnership when onto to like a thing for ABC digital and just kind of kept working and performing together. But yeah, it's it's all just like, you know, natural snowball and travel. And like mostly realizing that we were like, oh, I was gonna make that move is gonna I had that thought I was going to be a bear being twins. We're speaking in unison, so interesting for some reason, I thought you I went to school together. Yeah. Well, no one's. Who cares? One time who could care, but yeah, it's been great. What a ride what a ride, and it's very cute and everybody should listen off book. Thank you. You'll have this stuck in your head for days. And it's a great time. What's the most makeup that both of you have ever had on? And it obviously, not gather. I mean, each individual I feel like I'm probably around you. And you you're your most makeup, which is like, let's be weird cyborgs. We're talking like like norm, right because we've come up in theater. So I've played count that though. Okay. Yeah. I mean been putting on makeup in some form since junior high like when you start performing on. They start caring about it at that level. Like, I remember like them tell you put on liner in like seventh grade, and you weren't good at it. And it was that sheep kind that comes in the box that they make everyone by a big kit. That has like a very benign Ben night that Ben nice smell. It like is such memory surreal meme sends me right back to the theater room. Getting ready for my big show for auntie mame..
"auntie mame" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"You can tell me when I say furor when I say Johnathon. Right. Right. Angrier in that second way, you said your brow knit and the shadow of your microphone created a little Hitler mustache just for a second and it was terrified at foreshadowing. It was a little. It was like Pokemon all of a sudden it was like Hitler. Poke. Our listeners are not aware of some ironic level here where I do become some kind of awful dictator future. Unbeknownst to me in the we'll first of all, you do have Hitler hair. I do not have Hitler more than me. I'm a blonde. I have Hitler youth there. Do John. I'm away more area than Hitler and tired of you. I'm I'm the scary kids singing tomorrow belongs to me in cabaret. No, Hitler is embarrassingly fractionally Jewish. It'd been passing to him. He concealed it his whole life. Hitler is the most semitic of the Hitler's to me right. Moving right along. Speaking of like we were in Europe, we had invaded your family. Just recently invaded the summer. Pokemon go came out and my son, of course, did not have access to his folks. I'm not giving. I'm not paying for international roaming for that kid here here, and we get back to the states and suddenly everybody is poking we have America has poked on went key mania hokey mon- gone, yes, pokey mania. Pokey Monia. We're back to penthouse forum. We can also Polk Monia and we're in New York City for a couple days. And all he wants to do is go to spawning points for the rare Pok Mon gross and. He's watch. They don't have sex. They appear Pokemon spawns just up here. So that's how human reproduction worked. I do. I don't know the fluids. What if the stork just dropped a baby? I'm feeling like this is a scene from auntie mame. So that's all he wanted to do. We would Mindy and I had theater tickets. He would be like Canadian. I just go to the park and my kids on this show. Now apparently can Katie and I go to the park central park and just play Pokemon and we'd be like, can ours middle school kids go to this park alone and look for Pok Mon or ends on what time of day was it eleven o'clock at night? It was three AM in the rambles. That's okay. Right. And we finally were like, I guess we're not those weird helicopter parents that we were like. You guys know how to get back to the apartment. You need to be need to be headed home by eight o'clock. It gets dark at nine, and they just love the fact that they could just run free in central park looking for Pokemon mission. What is the age where child can be, let let free to Rome New York with their younger civil. In my opinion, it is a sixteen, wait for it months. Nothing younger than that because of all the crawling in the broken glass. Sure. Well, I like to me it's I'm not one of these parents whose like they need to learn when they're six, that they can walk all the way to, you know, mom's office at the Bank, three miles away along highway while you mocking me, are you? Are you what? Are they called? Free range parents or your for your parents?.
"auntie mame" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"What about you great t i really think it's topgun topgun for me as amazing hot fag i i love it i love the top gun i've had great you made a loved faster volleyball seeing goose coney goes is that why it's a romantic comedy for you okay i was with somebody does twenty four hours in a room and you have to watch it over and over and over what about carrot cool runnings cool runnings what a great film the jamaican the jamaican lose teams bobsled team bobsled yeah great movie i do that once i can't get through jaws stupid twenty four say jones's statement hey hey hey hey calm yet jets all kill each other to bet this is not a baseball game brody which film would you watch looped over and over for twenty four hours in a room the debbie does dallas no really probably stalwarts star wars i fall asleep whatever you scary oh it's got to be fair peelers day one movie called stores ferry ferris buehler's that's buehler's day off his offense roderick there's so many quotable lines there it's just it for me that was that was it was spun watch over and over again yes it was fun well mine's the only film that came out before i was born all you guys kind of grew up watching these for jumanji auntie mame just a punch though really no no anti mate if i if i if i need to sit down and just lose it or lose my mind for a little while i'll watch auntie mame it's the best film whatever out is just very campy about this very very very wealthy socialite in new york city back in the god into the depression it was she's just this this powerful loud bigger than life women who so much fun and in love with life and i want to be just like her you have the action figures right now i do.
"auntie mame" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Ten months older the cat stupid okay keep going off other than she's not my wife although we've been together ten years and as i mentioned on the show she's thirty six razors one of my own cheese corn fed but she's the head writer on the show ended burnett and the brains of the outfit let's be clear so so she said we're getting the crazy one eighty after eighty cedric was the name of gave 'cause the cat had the worst name maybe an animal history well it was a it was so awful i may have blanked it out of my mind gypsy rose lee's mother was auntie mame auntie mame name the fucking kitten was anti ma'am right i was out a name for kitten it's melville forgetting that's lots of live up to he is so didi have a long life or short life she's with us okay kicking it but plays the game of chimera off right for me game deal don't have has to be nearest yeah don't pick her up she'll play with you she's not crazy and biting or scratching but not a does not enjoy the holding right dog might be right there foster just sitting on your lap so happy i am really good at finding good lapdogs it's my thing i also have a pit bull lapdog i've seen pictures of the pit bull on the instagram the pit bulls not that smart the pit bull rolled in human feces human feces yesterday for days ago yesterday do we need to know where the human feces came from.
"auntie mame" Discussed on Fashion Hags
"I always blank on her name Edith head. No more recent always worked with like. Tim burton? I've told like she she unseated him for the most wins. Yeah. Okay. Was the older until not too long ago? But in his entire career he did like over three hundred movies holy ship like over so spending like forty years, and it's just like this amazing story of this Austrailian born guy coming to America to work in set design in Broadway. And then he somehow found his way doing costumes for Warner Brothers and just how like every single snowballed, and he created like all of these amazing icon like he did the costumes for auntie mame with Rosalind. Russell God did also throws. He didn't gypsy like costumes talking Oklahoma. No while all of these amazing conic movies like all his cautious. Of course, some like it hot with Marilyn Monroe and Hughes like a really amazing Marilyn Monroe in her later years, and the other thing that I learned in this is that he was Cary grant's boyfriend. Oh, really early on in in Cary grant's career before he became really famous when he was still known as Archie lead. Which is his real name. Oh, they were together like continuously over the years through like working in movies. Yeah. And like they just like never spoke about their relationship. 'cause you just didn't do that is to do that. And carry was this leading man, of course, couldn't dislikes merger this, right? And they lived their whole lives like keeping this independent secret that was public knowledge to everyone. Yes. Nobody talked about now. No one talked about it. Yeah. But it's unnecessary. Like the way the documentary is done. It's like there's actors who play him in his mother, and they kind of jump back and forth. Like, oh, the wall and like talking to the audience about like what's happening in his life. And it's just mind blowing. What's it called again women? He's undressed. Okay. I'm gonna look it up yet. We're I'm I'm not tonight. And it really even farther than just his career really goes into how costume design was done during the studio era and Hollywood like everything was done in house. They'd people making gloves. They'd people shoes. They did everything in house like everything you see on their rarely anything was bought. It was all outsourced or those people in the movies like all of their job to have. I must've been oh my God. Like, it's insane. Awesome. Sit wait in listen to the sounds what we all dream. As wonder. Yeah. Samaj in MGM law making costumes with Taylor stuff. Yeah. Just just recently. I've been watching all of these movies being research from annexed collection. I just watch Cleopatra. And like I like all of these costumes that were made like completely throwing historical accuracy out of the window for the favor matter. What is was wanna wear and what did it look? Good. And yeah, she had like eighty costume changes in that movie which Cleopatra. This. To bring it back to. Washed it recently like maybe in the last couple years. I remember seeing it as a kid and being blown away ever seen. It's long. It's so it's not long enough. And it's just like it's one of those movies like the plot. Whatever you take your screen, right? You're not on your phone. You're not fucking around on your ipad. While you're watching this. Maybe like you are watching everything you've been amazing to see it like in theater when five. Use it in. Oh my gosh. Like, this huge huge sets that they'd they were real like in the middle of the desert somewhere. They shot it in Italy. The cheetah beater our cinema studios, whatever and like five hundred extras, all costumes..