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"ava gardner" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"You're like Oh that was one of their best movies. Yeah. He's a did that over and over again even Mickey Work and Kim basing her like he into pieces of and that's a really weird movie. It's one of my mom's favorite movies. I'm so weird. He taps into Kim basing our who only a couple directors. Really. UNTAPPED correctly. Right. Because in the wrong hands, she's just a bad actress a lot wrong hands for pork and big data. Wrong hands unfortunately much like Diane Lane. Yeah, but the thing about can basing her though is that she she doesn't have oh man, they're pretty similar Diane Lane and can be singer except the percentages are off with. Kim. Basing rate she's more she's more volume than Diane Lane is Diane Lane seems like She's not an actress, but she's a schoolteacher who wound up in a movie faith. He's your kids fourth grade teacher rich award was like that too. That was another one who Rachel Ward Richard and ever felt like she was an actual actress just grabbing are from restaurants because they don't she isn't there's nothing showy about Rachel Ward doesn't have anything showy about her Diane Lane doesn't have like an Oscar moment and if he does have like an Oscar clip moment, it's it's something it's very interior, but she's not somebody who's GonNa going to give like like you know like a yelling screaming shouting species all. Body Body language and facial reactions and it's just Great can basing theory area. Oh, sure. Born forty years too late. Oh. Yes. Absolutely. She should have she should have been apeaking actress in nineteen forty six. Yup. But she put look she would have been she would have had a market correction Veronica Lake. Marilyn Monroe re Marilyn Monroe I, got the jump on Maryland by about ten years. Yeah. They're in that kind of AVA Gardner or we'll Ava Gardner Veronica Lake I mean she would have had a little bit of trouble trying to like get link. Make things happen for herself there but idea when everything we should mention about Adrian Line he's in this era. You know think about nine weeks is eighty six fatal attractions eighty seven. This is like the video rental. HBO CINEMAX starting to come on era where. Either you're going to the dark side. You're just buying porn your by magazines or you're going to the rental store you're going into the back room and rent a Kabul or you're watching these kind of angel heart these kind of movies I can Kinda you're you're dipping your foot in the dip in your tone the water in these movies are really pushing the envelope and they're they're they had this outsized market share that I think starts to go away once we hit the mid-2000s. When I mean actual Internet porn comes in your need Adrian Line Adrian. Lions. Just not gonNA. Have the same impact. It's not gonNA it's not gonna be as like Whoa, people are having sex a movie. It's like people are numb to the shit now they were Um and even as late as two thousand two, I don't think no but there was something that I think started to shift I think you've got increasingly fewer these movies and the Internet was obviously upon us at this point but I think culturally that the Clinton Lewinsky scandal also an. Erotic thriller I think that we got really prudish in ninety eight at the end of the ninety S. And I think that having gone through that and then September eleventh. Like right after I just think we never got a chance to reset our relationship to sex and I think we just like sex just dropped out like PUTT sex in popular culture in entertainment just dropped out of American popular also weird to go see movies like this in a movie theater as the Years Pass in the twenty first century. Yeah. Well, I mean all the moral issues, but those don't start to creep in until..
"ava gardner" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"What have you and singing this same song by big mama thought. And all of a sudden it became the -ceptable. I heard Elvis's rendition of hound dog. I thought it was kind of rockabilly didn't have any blood in it. But after so seven million records it started to sound better. Chuck for not big, mama. Thornton's recording of hound dog. In nineteen fifty three did very well was seventy eight RPM sold between half a million and a million copies. When Elvis came out on a forty five rpm record in nineteen fifty six is ten million copies. And that was turning point for the forty five. Meanwhile, other artists are beginning to make in rows with thirty three and a third LP. Though, we small. On the whole. World is fastest. By nineteen fifty four Frank Sinatra is at the top of his game tweet spot for his voice and his words at the same time. He's got this deep emotional upheaval because he's really carrying towards for Ava Gardner to whom he still married, but not with he's already broken up with her. When he walked into the capital studio to record in the wee small hours. He understood that he could use this new format the LP for long form expression. Here's music writer. Jody Rosen before the lump record. We had a three minute long song. Now, we have long for musical story and six and Andrea created this crazy thing called the concept records. The. Frank sat is little pieces of paper each song title on it. And he would shuffle them around that they told the story. Sixteen songs single statement. What it's like to lose your love. Sutin so Frank always wanted a back, and what we hear in the law. Ours is a reflection of that anguish that he lost his great love of his life. Oh. That. In. That good. In the when the lies. Solo. This landmark album coincided with true, high fidelity sound the LP magnetic tape and these gorgeous Norman microphones that gave you the most incredible richness. In creating this concept album Sinatra solidified a format for all of music to follow. Palling? Should number died on the fifties. In the early sixties. The single record was the thing if you didn't have.
"ava gardner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Not. Yeah. Dad doing that? Oh, an elderly Hispanic woman. That's right. I recognize your dad now. Okay. All right. Thank you doing fan. Doing the large work making county line was a was it big was a biggest film back from the back in the seventies. Very seventies type film and earthquake worth a watch. A because you see Chuck Heston at the most Chuck Heston, e he was very showed the height of Chuck Heston NIST like he did Chuck cast and doing Chuck Casten. And he had this crazy relationship is wife was like Ava Gardner something. But it's like she did that move like she did like movie drinking where it'd be like. It'd be like eight forty five in the morning. She'd being full make us down her hair all be hived. And then she'd walk over to the bar and pull the big goblet things Kanter out start pouring herself. And he'd like walk buying a little early for that. Isn't it my day or a full blown alcoholic disco? Pour yourself a big, bro. Cutty Sark in the morning. I gotta get down on the firm and Lauren green like own. The architecture firm was I think it was a guard. Was Eva guard wasn't Ava Gardner was one of those big time movie. A little pastor prime actress. Oh, it's always. Yeah. No, she's not going to be an Irwin Allen fucking film, playing out Kahal ick. Wife who is being cheated on by Chuck Heston on the last. She's a little pastor prime. Do we got her great? Can we find her check? All right, ready early in the film. Max paddle by little time. Thank you early in the film. Ava Gardner, like Chuck has thin when he's getting up like going on a jog and she's getting up and like drinking or something. And he's having one of great. I don't know why. But those domestic disputes in the totally seventies out houses. Like the shag carpet everywhere like think casino sunken living room. You got it. All right, right. Right. Right. Just got the cool. Right. She's pill-popping and drink, and he's whatever. And. Yeah. All right..
"ava gardner" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"But we're not here to talk about fucking fried. Do wanna talk about fucking Frankfort sec because I think he's an interesting case said he'd you think he died happy. Do you think he was happy in his life in his later life? Well, that's that's the beautiful thing about us artists is that you know, we like, I'm really happy. But I think that. What makes me want to be an artist is that part of me that's unhappy the discomfort an angry, and and and you know, feels like. You know, we're so far from from being in a world. That's just and fair. You know, and and that's what feeds my my, you know, desire to keep going Frank was capable of these this hor horrific. Bouts of of of you know. Almost suicidal. You know, he was so romantic, you know, you got you know, all those all those. Balloted albums from the fifties wee small hours of the morning. You know, when no one cares and all that stuff that was him just having his guts ripped out by Ava Gardner. And and and other things, you know, the business was fucking with them. You know? So these guys look like they have perfect lives because they're rich and they're on the top of the food chain. But you know, they're processing the slings and arrows in the same way. We are just on on in different lands and throw a different set of circumstances. And therein lies their genius. It's the funky shit. That makes them great. Right. Not. And you know, it's like. When I wrote my memoir, there was stuff pouring out of me that I wasn't even aware that I felt like what what I what I realized when I was writing it was I never learned anything when things were going smoothly. I never. You know, improved as a human being when everything was was good. You know, the only time a, you know, I I learned anything or or added a new set of. Bullets to my arsenal was when I was on the balls of my ass and everything was gone badly. And I was having a dig my way out of it. You know, if if if if you're gaining any character at all in this life, and you know, there's no guarantee of that. It's only gonna come from, you know, getting punched square in the nose, and then having to get back up and say fuck this man, I'm just gonna keep going. Yeah. So I mean, and Frank was you know, if you if you really, you know, research, he was he was a guy who felt everything very very very deeply. And I feel as though. It's a complete balance. Like, the reason why the genius was as articulated as it was was because that's how sad he was. It was it came in equal exact equal measure, and he was able to to use his art form as a way, it's like therapy as a way to exercise his demons to to get them out to put them out into the universe where they could be. Explored and and dissect it, and maybe even you know diffused. Yeah. We're such a therapy culture. Now, I wonder if Frank would even be able to exist fully in this reality because he'd have therapy from an early age and wouldn't necessarily, you know, I mean, I don't know if the trade off is worth it to be to be that much of a genius..
"ava gardner" Discussed on Fresh Air
"He had overtime. He got an into a lot of plane crashes and a lot of car accidents, and he hit his head a lot. And so you really see his behavior is starting to become more shall we say unconventional after his major plane crash in nineteen forty six in which he should have died. And I just feel like knowing what we know now about concussions and head injuries. And how that impacts the brain. I think that it can maybe help us understand some of his Radic behavior. You I have to say reading your book, I was happy. I was not an actress in in the thirties or forties or fifties. During the studio system. It sounds like I don't know how much you can generalize about what actresses. When through during that period, but these actresses seem to at least during part of their lives have careers that were out of their control and their sexuality was controlled by how men including Howard us one to to have these women perceived. Absolutely. And I mean, I think that was just part of what the studio system was all about one of the ways it functioned as an economy had to do with taking stars who had no power and keeping them under contract and paying them basically just enough to keep them on contract. There's a quote from Ava Gardner in the book where she talks about how the average contract starlet because she was forced to always look good always be wearing new clothes and have her hair done and all of that they'd get to the end of the month. And they'd realize that they needed to kind of find a sugar daddy to help them out just to continue to survive to the next month. One of Howard uses problems that had a big effect on his personality and his life was he was a germaphobe. And it's interesting to me that he engaged in so much sexual activity with so many different women while being germophobic which isn't to say oh like women carry germs, but there's so many sexually transmitted diseases. And even then like in the euro before HIV, I mean, you know, syphilis was a pretty big deal. And and there there is some speculation that Hughes might have contracted syphilis at some point. I haven't seen any documentation that makes me think that that was definitely true. But it it is certainly something that people talk about in some books about him. I guess germaphobe has its own logic. Like, you write that even though he was this like full-blown germophobic. There was a period of his life. When he was just a miss. You know, physically he was on. He was unclean. He wasn't taking care of himself. But that didn't figure into his own personal hygiene didn't figure into his larger germanophobia, right? I mean, I think that a lot of his germaphobe oh was tied to a kind of xenophobia. He was afraid of of outsiders, and he could be in a contained space, and he could be as dirty as he felt he needed to be within that space, but he didn't want anybody. Introducing any outside germs into that space. You tell a horrifying story horrifyingly racist story in the book where there's a period where he screening movies in a screening room and finds out it had just been used for a screening party for the cast of Porgy and Bess and he doesn't wanna ever go in that room again. Yeah. And that was at Goldwyn studios, which had been a studio lot where he had held an office for I think at that point over thirty years, and he never set foot on that studio lot again. Was he typically that racist in real life? Yes, I believe. So there's quite a bit of documentation of him not wanting to have black people around him not wanting to have them working for his company. He personally traced it back to an incident when he was a child, and there was a race riot in Houston where he grew up and he developed what seems to have been a mortal fear of black people after that. But I mean, it was a lifelong racism, my guess is Karina Longworth author of the new book seduction sex lies and stardom and Howard uses Hollywood she hosts the podcast, you must remember this. We'll talk more after a break and will listen back to my nineteen Ninety-one interview with Stanley he died yesterday. He co created marvel superhero characters like spider man, the x men and Black Panther. This is fresh air support for this podcast and the following message..
"ava gardner" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"Slow MO. Now, the birds and the bees. Jews. Was beautiful. Watching them all going slow, but it wasn't like you would do so many movie. It was like they were all carrying something weird. Like one of them had the binder. I only watch them all in a row succession thought, what is that? What is that term? So it's so interesting. I don't know why I'd like not been drawn to it. There's certain. Yeah, racism jumped out. Sure, sure. But it's like a mix of housewives and like a low to your house, Dallas where like there was no money there. Patricia is Tennessee Williams. Villainous clinging are failing empire, and but they're sort of like a mix of these younger people to who are like Vander Pompey. So it's weird. The show with like the blend of the older and the younger people. Exactly. Like I've never seen a reality show where people partying side by side or from the ages, seventeen to seventy and all I cast z. and Tom RAV and like shut hanging. This is weird. The scene I would like for the three of us to read, divided up the party. Seeking of JD. Okay. We can all see this, but this is at the founder's ball. When IRA will be playing. Whitney, I will be playing Ashley end Elizabeth JD's wife and Daniel, you'll be playing Patricia and JD. Okay. Okay. This is Whitney upon seeing Ashley dressed up at the founders. Yes. Ava Gardner nineteen sixty eight. That's exactly what Thomas was saying. That's a compliment. Now Whitney says, Thomas squire evening. But Tricia says, you look Hangul. Her son to her son. Whitney responds. Thank you. If I do say so you look splendid as well. And now j. d. appears in a huge for thrown over his shoulders. Here's JT lists. Get this potus sided. Let's go say to the girl. What is that? I know Darlan hi, Hon. Seriously, but a little Valen. Okay. In this moment, JD does not give a fuck about the fact that Elizabeth wearing a low cut dress. He's just trying to make her better. And flatter Elizabeth says, it's the new me Mazen pink you. I lost weight. Yeah, that's what stress does to you. Now. Then JD immediately turns to Whitney and screams scab, but Halley, Quinton into that, my wife, you rational. Scene, a wild JD impression. He has that sort of like urban scratched. Boys just been like yelling at a mere looking at himself, but Likud people clean their squire. His this show is like. It is everything that rises must converge meets Tennessee. Williams beats like the Colby's, the cancelled spinoff diets. And it's just the finale to was such beautiful soap opera. So and this founders ball, it is basically like the lighting you have in a bathroom, McDonald's speaking. It was so bright in that room. That's what I said. I said it looks like a veterans haulers, some Christmas trees. None of them were decorated whenever and Rives. Decoration, the hand, the place cards of.
"ava gardner" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"See Brown All. The people say Hi Sean Back on top Well unfortunately Every life comes to. An end we got the news over the weekend that, Nancy. Sinatra senior, the first a Frank Sinatra's four wives and the mother of all of his three children has. Passed away she was one hundred and one and according to, her daughter, Nancy, Sinatra junior these boots are made. For walking she. Passed peacefully no cause of death was given Frank and the former. Nancy Barbero we're both New Jersey natives married from nineteen thirty nine to nineteen. Fifty, one After their marriage in nineteen. Thirty nine Franken Nancy lived in Jersey City New jersey which was her hometown And it was there. That she gave birth to both Nancy junior Frank junior and then in one thousand nine hundred forty four they moved to California where daughter kina was born the. Sinatra's, separate in September nineteen fifty and a whopping ten days after that divorce, was finalized in nineteen fifty, one Frank, Sinatra married Ava Gardner Can't remember how long that lasts about six seven seven years apparently something I'm guessing something was. Going on ahead. Of time because you run out and marry somebody ten, days later, Nancy. Sinatra's senior never remarried Frank. Divorced Ava Gardner in nineteen fifty seven later, married, me, a, pharaoh and followed that up with Barbara Marx who was his fourth and final wife and she was. With, him, until he. Died. Twenty years ago nineteen eighty? Eight now my big question here is in rest in peace Nancy Sinatra senior I never until this weekend when, I, saw, the, story, on Nancy Sinatra senior Nancy Sinatra junior new that. You referred to daughters as junior if they had the same name as her mother oh yeah I guess so have you ever heard now I know I know. A, lot of, mothers, whose daughter Has the? Same first name that I've never heard them called junior It was designated for men That's that's. A new one for me tell. Me up at eight.
Frank Sinatra, Pat Piper and Nancy Sinatra discussed on Ring of Fire Radio
"Nancy sinatra senior frank sinatra's first wife has died correspondent pat piper she was married to the soon to be singer for twelve years and her daughter nancy announced her mother's death in a tweet saying godspeed mama thank you for everything just ten days after divorcing his first wife frank sinatra married actress ava gardner nancy sinatra senior never remarried to live quietly in beverly hills where she died friday at age one hundred one nancy and frank sinatra started dating when they were teens they married nineteen thirty nine at a church in new jersey the malibu california beach house that judy garland once called home has a new owner the cape cod style house was sold for just over three and a half million dollars the home that is set on the sands and they lost tunis beach area was built in nineteen forty seven judy garland lived there with then husband director vincent minnelli i'm ann cates.
Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101
"The ad council she met him when he was just an up and coming singer now nancy sinatra the first wife of frank sinatra has died fox's gary bomb garten has the story nancy sinatra was the first of frank sinatra's four wives she was also the mother of sinatra's three children like her legendary husband the first mrs frank sinatra was also a native of new jersey they met on the jersey shore in one thousand nine hundred thirty four when sinatra was a relatively obscure singer they were married from nineteen thirty nine to nineteen fifty one and just days after their divorce sinatra married wife number two glamour girl ava gardner antsy sinatra senior dead at the age of one hundred and one gary von garten fox news well as of today there's legalize sports betting with an easy reach of new york city the betting now taking place at the jersey meadowlands home of football's giants and jets a supreme court ruling cleared the way for sports wagering outside of nevada and already some new yorkers are making the trek to bet on their favorite teams well there's a change for women in the navy as we hear from fox's rachel sutherland women in the navy can let their hair down ponytails and other hairstyles are now permitted changing a longstanding policy that had forbidden it sailor yeoman first class with toya jones made the announcement this past week emails sailors were dinner dress uniforms will be allowed to your hair in that falls below the collar shirts jackets and co many black women had asked for grooming standards to be changed the new policy also allows lock hairstyles in rope like strands in wider hair buns in washington rachel sutherland fox news startling discovery in egypt archaeologists have found a mummification workshop near the country's fame pyramid south south of cairo the also discovered a shaft uses an ancient burial place the site is twenty five hundred years old located in egypt's first capital i'm rocker starring fox news radio for heat and humidity for sears we head through the weekend afternoon readings expected to be in the nineties all the way into the start of our business week sunshine here this afternoon window ninety s partly cloudy tonight low seventies fix of clouds and sun hot and humid sunday widely scattered late afternoon or evening showers and storms possible tomorrow mid nineties tomorrow afternoon better chance to see some showers and storms monday and tuesday i'm ken boone from the weather channel for talkradio six eighty wcbs no there's water everywhere dad a pipe broke my carpet we need a plumber fast does plumbing we need somebody to clean up this water and runner ruder does water cleanup find a phone and all.
"ava gardner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Meal via waigel's where she eagles look outta why you doing films anymore rosemary there are alleged is oh the she's nawroz night baby so he goes no i have to do this film and he has they're not to do the fill in that she's do that found so he sends a divorce papers serves the papers up on the set of rosemary's baby yet a great robert evans great producer of the godfather part went to number other films great documentary great book about him called the kids days in the picture and yet uh media had agreed to relent to sinatra's ultimatum all end to back out of the felt that way and then robert evans has the editors show her a compilation of how she looked and how those scenes with her looked in that movie and and could tell right away it was going to be a masterpiece and then she told though not dry go ahead take a walk she was nineteen why would you go out with a young woman like hey look at this late ava gardner museum lewis smithfield north carolina i ninety five exit ninety five the evil guard which he from north carolina get she was right this is wild so thank you joe the vaxxers sending this oh would thorny regarded and that that the old man with with the issue with the shirt and tie on with a year so anyway at the at gettough it up about the armored fascinating fascinating individual france's alber 630 with piscopo the morning hey so give me a break down please exactly yeah joe lumbers and join us but i see today it's going to be and i'm reading here uh rain and snow right becoming all snow after seven am this new york albert while it's no it is slowing now it's just a little from horford restricting common ground zero the majority of the storm is going to take place anytime after the rush hour this morning all day all afternoon and into the evening it'll probably take rough around eight nine o'clock tonight we from stanton mcgillis then yes originally from set nicely all peace all like a true jersey very proud of you now you absorbing the jersey exit visa a wall is that now all all all now you save the regular should hear more sports asked or all all the.
"ava gardner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To look like you know hetty lamar i know you hate it when i talk about over movies targets but she doesn't have to look like ava gardner she gets to look like an actual a woman who's angry really angry and a lot of people are telling me they relate to that an air case i told some by the other day it's the only one they didn't need makeup at eu level not out he's wonderful legit kind of an old hippie i love that anyway and then we've got these supporting roles and these are very interesting this year you've got allison janney and i tanya and then you've got this supporting actor which is definitely sam rockwell as the racist in three billboards of weird weird again this year is a strange well the icon your though was love woman allison reality warm as a matter of fact i really thought it was the mother did not bank that they all gave the leinster think she was so still so angry about having spent her life as a tiger mother trying to get her daughter the do all these things in a daughter rejected the mother was a mother showed no love at all no respect that all showed no satisfaction at all and when the kid finally could separate herself from the mother she did but it which then caused the mother to where where it is incompatible bormann it is and and that actress makes you believe she is the mother she really does that she doesn't try to be liked and it's wonderful when when real villains get a chance to win an oscar you know i remember trevor howard in the second version of mutiny on the bounty when i was a kid and i wanted to run up to the screen and you know he played captain bligh enormous law i love the audience realize that nobody.
"ava gardner" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"Yeah they they shot the they shot the like the american kids outside of the suits and yet so anyway uh but there's a whole lot first of all the hike that continues down and goes up to undo this raging goes back into the canyon highly recommended i told you this you should do it with your family but i started reading about it and it was like this place was home to this incredible wilderness camped at all these like celebrities like ava gardner and clark gable like back in the 20s and 30s would come up an uh this was like the who's who of hollywood with only people who can make it up because there angeles cress highway didn't exist at the time there are other ways to get uh area and this family opened up this incredible wilderness can't they built like a castle up there so it's kinda like what oh hi as now we are here like these high falloon celebrities like uncle on a honda air the week but it's different in that it's totally in the wilderness oh hi is just a beautiful town ahead is has a bunch of great houses and stuff this was like yeah he had to take a yet alike get somebody to take you up there it was very difficult to access and then what you were up there it was this dislike nature's paradise and of course as happens with most things like that eventually it it's no longer privatize it becomes part of a like a public park or whatever now anybody can get to it in the roads were built but anyway i like rental this cool information a interesting information like there was a bell that you could ring when you were a mile from the end of the the the trail where the waterfall was and when you've got to the the end of the waterfall there will be a man who had caught some trout for you and had cooked it up fresh.
"ava gardner" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The three of them together they're all similar alot sophia loren could act pretty much from the beginning the repel of could neither could cloudy chiarinelli were they both jesse or bucks them or whenever term you wanna use for him and so that's how they moved along the trio to becoming stars i think raquel welsh became much better as she got older as she moved into our moved into the reality of okay i'm going to have an acting career so i've got to learn how to act that's a good start usually well there are a lot of people who if you go back further when the casting couch was first used by howard hughes a he found ava gardner that way who was also quite testy bus the bucks of motorola and there were most of the earlier marilyn monroe although i never thought she was when you see pictures of her do you think she's chesty there's nothing the byerly monroe she voluptuous he's also really i think they they say though like in person she was actually really tiny whose very small jet it was only i think at her most wasn't she only like a size eight or at twelve or something and that was back then that's yes ocean really moller would have been like maybe a forest say us maybe have first actress who really worked out she store sorta started a routine she was very physical and worked out all the time and that may have been that may have set the stage for things that happened with others later on down the line anyway i don't know how i just want to do acknowledge that i was thinking about raquel welsh and where the people actually knew would this be another divide between me as a baby boomer and the ladies as at least two of the three ladies as millennials lodged this i can do i condemn millennial trek are you ready yet ready he cara yeah have you ever watched happy days yes i have watched happy yeah you ruin my millennials rai a chucker makes fun of me because i have never seen episode of happy days are moving guide yeah i get hidden tell you all that much about it but it's one of those shows this on tv all the time with like reruns let go through a yeah i've never seen a great description vinyl urged does not dvr that wallet as was.
"ava gardner" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Race carter because they know that their their their time is is limited because is already been a nuclear holocaust holocaust and all the fallout assertive circling the earth like we were talking about the krakatoa eruption last week and how the with so much of volcanic ash that had been thrown miles into the stratosphere circling in the earth for a number of years that gave the world these incredible sunsets all through the 1880s and how maybe that might have influenced edward monk and other artist monk with the screen for instance and the various versions the four versions of it that he did you know that that sky might have influenced him that the blood red the oranges that were in those skies because of that that uh that incredible wa eruption but there's already in on the beach the armageddon has already taken place and so it's just a scientific certainty that that fall out will eventually cover the southern hemisphere and the action of the story primarily takes place in australia in sydney were the only place to go really four gregory pack the captain of the submarine and his crew is to be able to go to sydney so they fight they go there and he becomes kind of like the american commander of what is left of our fleet in the southern hemisphere commander of his own submarine and he he meets ava gardner who i think is a widow or just lonely but she has become an alcoholic and all this and they're slow to develop relationship because he is married with a family back in the states in the whole idea that that's all over with now a is psychologically again the whole idea of of psychology denying that finally coming to some kind of accommodation with that truth in being able to reach out into embrace the new relationship this life of what can be enjoyed of life in the time they have with the gardeners characters is is wonderful or the the characters the way that they had these onsong casts in the films in that period are just incredible you have the stars but then you had this galaxy of wonderful supporting actress these performances that really create the environment for these films and make them you know everlasting but one seen in the in the novel i remember on the beach that is not in the film his that at the very very end the crew of the of of.
"ava gardner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A british actor ed skride has withdrawn from a film because the character he was playing with japanese and he is very obviously not japanese it's led to a lot of discussion about how hollywood portrays the full global kaleidoscope of faces and cultures of course it's an issue that has long troubled people in nineteen fifty six mgm said it wanted to make a film that truly represented india but while he junction was a particular favorite of my sri lankans fatherinlaw had featured one of his two favorite actress ava gardner it didn't bother him that a half indianheld when was being played by the all american ava gardner but was or anyone else they could have chosen how about my father knows other favorite actress beaubrun jay may have been a bit older but she had grown up in india and her mother was from sri lanka of course my father in law knew nothing of this no one day did because no perhaps sensibly given the attitudes of the time kept it hidden she said she came from tasmania sixty years later a character based on meaubrun appeared in the tv series the loss tycoon that character margo taft was naturally played by an actor with a mixed background just could builds to why does this matter aren't act has meant to play different characters one answer is the audience is increasingly global and 1944 katherine hepburn played a chinese can't turn dragon seed do it today and it will be ludicrously unbelievable but there's something else going on here and 1944 cinema was a once or twice a week bit of escapism great fun but it was meant to be make believe however with drama now available twenty four hours a day and people binge watching it's not just a place of occasional escape new trips how we see the world we journalists may think it's news that informs and connect says but when it comes to viewing hours especially for young people news daily registers when you compare it with drama if you never see someone like you on screen or when you do the characters a fool it will affect you it's more than just wanting a face to look accurate it's.
"ava gardner" Discussed on X96
"Your ride through stop at taco bell also it's only special cars that will do this not body not ever you have to so you'll have to plan ahead you can't decide when you're in the car oh yeah i wanna taco you have to now you're saying sankoh you know what i'm going to get the taco car that's what that's what you do now i don't know if it's a car that looks like a atherton says it's detter sounds like it would be a bonus sounds like it would be uncomfortable to ride in a car that's kind of folded up like that all right said it time for one more story of tragedy oh frank sinatra's wife has died twenty years now after frank died barbara sinatra she was ninety years old francs sinatra of course guide what twenty somali years ago barb was his fourth wife and his longest wife army he was married her longer than to anybody else nancy media ava gardner nancy you meat meal barrow meet our ava gardner as before me affair ava gardner was the one who ava gardner was who he always wanted demeri and did finally after stealing and she was horrible with him well because he is a horrible a person i mean he was pretty horrible frank was a senior rebutting knows that it didn't to didn't even have like some special power over him yeah yeah he was dislike completely smitten by yeah and speedy her suitor for years and has finally gave in and then you know who she was mary to when he was really trying together mickey rooney is that right now it's going to be a thorough her twitter account and there was a couple of days ago there was a a picture that she sent out of her refrigerator filled with root beer and i mean filled with root beer cans root beer and the caption was i am just fine because i have rupiah's fruit fiat you follow you pharaoh on twitter fillon re tweeted it on now i gotta go rumer disappears into her.
"ava gardner" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi
"I love close love shoes and love purses and i love style and i loved decorating things that doesn't make me an asshole if you're somebody that loves sport sir watching football and baseball or of all that and you think all of the sudden as you're listening to this oh my gosh of mine just like you know surface level no not at all that is just something that you enjoy and we're on this earth to enjoy life we're here to enjoy ourselves otherwise a what the fuck is the point that's fine but we also should ask ourselves just like how we can improve on the things that we feel guilty about and i feel guilty about how of treated some people and i feel guilty about the way that i handle situation sometimes and how dramatic an angry i can get and i just hope that malala and ava gardner and i guess alexa from amazon wish would have gotten that for free i wish i hope that they have inspired you i'm sorry that i missed a podcast episode last week and i hope that this hasn't been too boring for you guys but i am doing my best and i want you to know that i feel a responsibility to you so every time i've met any of you i it it it makes my day it makes me so happy because i'm somebody who really loves to feel like a part of something i love i'm loyal and that was one of the things in therapy i was asked.
"ava gardner" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi
"I remember times when i just you know all spend a month being reckless reckless you know a wake up and have a beer and like just started drinking inland now just go shopping fuck my responsibilities and screw everything i'm gonna put off all of these things in just have fun that to me is what i mean by reckless it's very hard to work on yourself it takes a lot of effort it takes a faulk ton of energy it takes time and it takes a lot of emotional willpower because you have to look at the ugly parts of yourself you have to sit there and think about the things you don't like about yourself and that is what i'm about to break so the other day and i think this was actually yesterday's maybe it was the same days the malala day i was on daily mail hall and they had and a story on ava gardner and frank sinatra and it was a bit of a little bit of so there's a new biography on ava gardner that came out which i just ordered reprieve ordered an ink and they had a bunch of different excerpts or some you know different things about it in this article and i read it what daily the daily mail article and at the end of it it she had there were quotes from her about saying that she wish she wished that she had done her life differently that she didn't focus so much on her career and hollywood in all of that because she constantly cheated on every husband that she had was never faithfuls she didn't give a shit and she said she wished that she had.
"ava gardner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Miracle man recalls it was a miracle it was one one miracle on merit god took at once stood by his side bowling miracles one wonders miracle of miracles i was afraid bob long ago in jared palmer god what heart that was a direct call one god made no water the part that was a miracle sms mas iraq you is that as long oh god mm miracle bye the glad when day back was paul one god gave us in is that was called to but i'll all god's word the most his low oh god all too from fiddling around the roof something is known we'll all over the theater world about austin he has a severe stutter and he's had at all as life and yet he has travel through the the world of the theater and film and an singing the song here in in a big hit show and he just he just moves forward whatever's livers in front of him brushes with away and that and makes good austin pendleton by name ava gardner can help eleven that man she was helped a lot by shinawtra the background at a meeting in the back wherever this recording actually have to sing and she doesn't do a bad job either god lessons ms mann.