18 Burst results for "Bela Lugosi"

"bela lugosi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Back to nineteen sixty nine right on route sixty six I guess you could have a gun to central hardware one of their locations like the one on south kings highway or maybe getting something like of of a hot wheels are transformers I think they were out in sixty nine that would have been maybe on the ventures store and page or the one on south kings highway and if you're going to a record store this is you could have gone in that time to music city right Texas north of the fox theater Kenny how Sturman was in charge of that place and going to say I want to get the latest Stevie Wonder record call yeah yes yes yes I yeah yes until midnight we're here to one then when radio was written about zombies earlier these have been big in the movies like all years ago one of my favorites Bela Lugosi in white.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Bela lugosi. Nancy stretch. Bella, Bella, Bella, Bella. Go sees pretty good, too. For the IRS that you just referred. Intimidating reprehensible, scoundrels. For the EPA. How about the economy paralyzing airheads for Jim Acosta, Jim? Our cost you for Barack Obama. How about king Barack the first and the worst. Yes, I said it. All right. What you got. Well, you know, Mark, I'm very fearful that this near campaign at the universities and in the media, the entertainment media is going to convince enough lazy voters that Donald Trump is the monster that they disgustingly portray him as and I hope that his poll numbers that are fairly high will hold up and I'm just worried. I would say if we get any democrat in with the gangrene new deal of AO see with Medicare for none with Medicare for all with free university. We are getting we become a. Let me tell you this, this election. Everything's on the line, everything. Also, they will be energized in their abuse of the constitution. They're abused the FBI their, the intelligence agencies. They're abused the Feis courts. The democrat party media will be energized. You'll see that the Republicans will start to slink around. They won't wanna take stands. They'll be cutting deals will be utterly unprincipled. So you're exactly right. This is a huge huge bat on trying to advance of that bottle. A battle, try to make the case that we need to become a stronger act of grassroots that we need to communicate with as many people as we can. There's more of us than them that is in the media, and that's exactly what we need to do. And I hope we will.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In Hungary. I wrote a screenplay with a friend about vampires. You want to look it up. It's called nightfall. It starts Jeff rector, and you type in Jeff rector in CLYDE Lewis nightfall my head explodes in the movie. It's a great special effect about five thousand dollars got my head to explode the movie, I played his vampire that walks out of a a crematorium and gets cremated. Because of the fact that I look up into the sun, and I die. They can't get back into the Dan crematorium because it's dark in the crematorium in the door locks behind me. And I. When we showed it we should at a hotel in some woman who is doing who is a I guess you'd call our waitress or something she says, she said to me, she is a little Latino lady, she goes, you have to be the stupidest vampire I've ever seen my going. Thank you. Thank you. So yeah. That was a stupid vampire to filmed. I wrote I wrote the part have you be this stupid, bumbling vampire, and as I was writing this stuff, and I wrote. I was publishing a magazine about old horror films and the monsters of the OB movies have always had this certain charm, and while some of the monsters today, look cartoonish, you know, when you look back at those monsters compared to the monsters in movies today. There are still a number of them. It's still in my opinion, they have to create this bit of chill because of the literature that creates a dual reality where the monsters deepen our unconscious mind reside. So you have literature to back it up. You have some interesting commentary on the denizens of the abyss. And we had a little commentary about that last night well with interest in those films. I haven't interest those filmed, I I've been fortunate to when I write and only being in radio. I've I've interviewed many people who've created these alternative realities in film and. I talked to people who've done video games create video games and other things that are kind of horror in a way a lot of comic book heroes. A lot of. Different people from the comic convention. I was privileged also to make an acquaintance of Forrest j Ackerman who was the famous monsters a film land. I had an actor friend of mine me on tour of his mansion, it was loaded with all sorts of monster memorabilia, a book collection that I was envious of he told me he had fifty thousand books, and magazines, and he had thousands of movie stills lobby cards posters props. You know, you had some stuff that Ray Harry housing. It used the one of the monsters from Jason Argonauts. And and, you know, the flying saucer from earth versus the flying saucers, and then he even had a prop casket from the universal Frankenstein film. And then he showed me this ring that he wore that was a gift from Bela Lugosi, Dracula ring, and you know. Some very amazing stuff that he showed us in one of my fondest memories with four he was sharing popcorn with him. While attending a showing of evil dead, Bruce, Campbell's, even evil dead. And when the blood flow in the dead I'ts were getting decapitated look to he said shirt omega Mike that. They used to. He said kind of killed me. I just thought there was the thing, you know, he was fearless. And after the film, he did a Q and A and it lasted well into the wee hours of the morning and all of his stories were amazing. And he said that it's a super fan of these films. He was able to escape to another reality. And we're kind of talking about that other reality in the last hour of the odds factor in whether or not you're in one reality and someone's in another reality and back, then I mean when you say is escape to another reality. It's a figure of speech, right? When you say, I feel like I'm in another reality. I it's like you. You don't really believe you're in another reality. Or maybe you do believe you're in another reality. You just have like I said the odds factor. You sense the great and powerful coming towards you. Or you send something great and powerful is about to happen. Well. When we're talking about the realities, and we're talking about the mixing of realities and perhaps the overlapping of realities. I find more and more stories that back up. The idea that we live in jewelry and today as a matter of fact, there was a. Knows a story. There was in the drudge report that kind of adds to what we were talking about in the last hour apparently. You look at research. Researchers recently conducted experiments to answer. Theoretical questions about doing realities. A thought experiment is what they did. And it was a tricky thought experiment. It proposed that to individuals. There's two individuals that observing the same photon could arrive at different conclusions about that photon state and yet both of their observations would be correct. Okay. Once again, they did this thought experiment where they said the two individuals observing the same photon could arrive at different conclusions about that photon state and yet both of their observations would be correct. And we've talked about this before it's called super position. But you super position has always been theoretical the idea that you mean two places at once. Right, Schroeder's cat, dead or alive. You know? But for the first time scientists have replaced scientists have evasion. They've said that you know, this is just crazy. And now they replaced it with the idea that a can be done because they replicated conditions described in the in the thought experiment in in this study that I was reading they were published a month ago in a pre print journal called A R V, and it confirms that even what observers described different states in the same photon, the two conflicting realities could both be true. Isn't this? Crazy right now the words you could be seeing something or. And you could be sitting at the same time and on one hand you're seeing a ghost and somebody else is seeing something else. Twix commercial? You could be a ghost spirit. It's the same thing. It's like a custodian reject it's like, you know, the undertaker the funeral director. It's the same thing. But a different reality for each. But all comes to the same conclusion in the end, which is bizarre. Now, this is something that's been around for a while. There's a guy by the name of Eugene widner who you he won the Nobel prize for physics in nineteen sixty three. And the reason why is because in nineteen sixty one he had this idea. He introduced a thought experiment that became known as witness friend, and it begins with a photon particle of light. When an observer in an isolated laboratory measures, the photon, they find that the particles polarization, the axis, of course, on which it spins is either vertical or horizontal an hour before the photon is measured the photon displays book polarizations at once. And that's of course, part of the laws of quantum of quantum mechanics. It exists is something called superposition of two possible states. Once the person of lab measures, the photon the particle assumes a fixed polarization and performed for someone outside that closed laboratory. He doesn't know the result of the measurements. The unmeasured photon is still in a state of superposition. Now that outsiders observation their reality therefore divergence from the reality of the person in the lab who measured the photon yet. Neither of those conflicting observations is thought to be wrong. Now, that's according to this study in quantum mechanics. So for decades now news mind-bending proposal was just an interesting thought experiment. Nah. Okay. That's interesting. Interesting thought, but is it practical well in recent years as we have seen these important advances in physics? We finally been. We're we're able now to put Wiggins proposal to the tests of quantum mechanics. When you think about we've talked about quantum mechanics. Fascinating to me because you know, this is how the world works at scale so small normal. Rules physics no longer apply. So over many decades experts who studied the field have offered numerous interpretations of what quantum mechanics beans quantum entanglement. Of course, break all the rules. Einstein called them spooky actions at a distance quantum entanglements break all the rules. So what was once considered magical thinking and supernatural is now being looked at as echoes in transit from dimension to dimension and mentioned from one reality appears to be side by side with re- with another reality we proceed or we don't perceive. So the one reality and there's a reality right next to us. It's overlapping at any time. But there's a catch, right? Here's the catch. That is if it's measurements themselves aren't absolutes because these new findings suggest that challenges, you know, these new findings challenge a little bit of of what we I thought we're quantum mechanics. Basically. It's. In contrast to classical physics. So no one will tell you that there are two realities, but it's funny because people see things differently or they have experiences that are different. They could say well, I saw something in the sky yesterday. It's like I was reading that that that tweet about the the meteoric in Louisiana. Some guys saw bright fireball. Some of the guy says why heard on the news? It was a meteor. Somebody goes it. It was a flare. And some guys goes flare. My ass is not a flare of something else. Something sounds fishy. So and think about the Phoenix lights, for example, all the people most of the people in Phoenix saw what they believed to be a large triangular UFO government said they were flares. But the same result the same result in the reality is is that it was a UFO. It was it was identified flying object. You could be several unidentified flying objects. You could be one big flying object. Okay. But the reality is is that something unknown is in the sky. The reality is something somebody saw something and each person has their own little Oz factor. They said something great and powerful coming from their citing something great and powerful they get from explaining it to somebody. So when all what I'm talking about in contrast, all the classical physics.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on WTVN

"You gotta sit got us in there. And he said, he took our names and so forth. And that's where we live pointed across I live right there. He lives down there. And I pulled out all we're going out. Contrast. Scared to death. But he he just pulled out of the street and pulled over to the other side and got out and opened the door up and says, you guys get home. I don't want to see out here again. Was that was that was the scariest night of my youth? Right there. Now. Now think back that was a triple feature you said Frankenstein, Dracula this is late nineteen fifties. Who was playing Dracula was it Christopher Lee? Oh god. Probably I can't remember that. But that was. I. I think that was one of those what was Bela Lugosi, it was an older movie with Bela Bela Lugosi ones replacing their right, right? The new the new line was the blob that was the one that really got to me. I think it's probably what contributed to are are getting freaked out about this thing under the car, the plastic bag you thought that was the blob that was Steve McQueen wasn't a his first movie that was Steve McQueen. Triple feature, what did that cost you fifty cents fifty cents? Yes. Exactly. There you go. All right. Thank you so much. A to Howard. All right. Let's say, oh, we don't have time. Do. Yes. We did. We can squeeze in one quick one. Charles is an Elkin. Oh, no. That we had Charles already. Gene is in Colorado, gene. Welcome to coast to coast. Story. Stormy. Happened to be Halloween. Of course. Costume party. And it was a callous. It had room for my arms likes. It had like us. The thing was kinda hippie and. Real. Sign. I said towel awaited. Bye. That's pretty gruesome for any kind of late. So I put the couch food on zipped it up and scabbard off on the party. Well, probably was a few blocks away. And I'm trying to cut through gravy. I said it was a darkened snarky. I mean night. But I could see the more obscure start. Listen, I'm going to get you to hold on. We'll come back, gene and get the rest of the cow story in just a moment. The kinks. This is a previously unreleased track from nineteen sixty eight just released called the time song enjoy back with more on coast.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"He was calling out to different units around the area. You know? And I thought we were we were heading for prison for sure, you know, we were. You gotta sit got us in there. And then he said here, he took our names and so forth. And that's where we live right there. He lives down there. And he pulled out. Sure, we're going out Cottrell. Scared to death. But he he just pulled out of the street and the other side got out and opened the door up and says you guys get home. I don't wanna see out here again was that was that was the scariest night of my youth. Right there. Now. Now think back that was a triple feature he said Frankenstein, Dracula this is late one thousand nine hundred fifties who was playing Dracula was it Christopher Lee. Oh god. I can't remember that. But that was. I. I think that was one of those what was it was an older movie with Bela Bela Lugosi old ones are replacing their right, right? But the new the new line was the blob, and that was the one that really got to me. I think it's probably what contributed to our are getting freaked out about this thing under the car, the plastic bag you thought that was the blob that was Steve McQueen wasn't a his first movie that was Steve McQueen. Triple feature, what did that cost you fifty cents fifty cents? Yes. Exactly. There you go. All right. Thank you so much. A to Howard. All right. Let's say, oh, we don't have time. Do we? Yes. We did. We can squeeze in one quick one. Charles is an Elkin. Oh, no. That we had Charles already. Gene is in Colorado, gene. Welcome to coast to coast. Story. Stormy. Happened to be Halloween. Of course. Costume party. And it was a callous. It had room for my arms likes. It had like ten. But the thing was kinda hippie. What's real I wanna sign around. I said towel awaited. By. That's pretty gruesome or any kind of late. So I put the couch food on zipped it up and scared off on all four legs at a party. Well, probably was two blocks away. And I'm trying to cut through grade. I said it was a darkened snarky. I mean army night. But I could see more of his. Listen, I'm going to get you to hold on. We'll come back, gene and get the rest of the cow story in just a moment..

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"Our kids coming to this as they bring the whole family. Is a family event, Johnny Depp movie. With with number, we'll get Boris Karloff center, but also Bela Lugosi. Oh, black and white movie. Yeah, you know what I'm talking about. Right. The one of its look at it would it was great line when the guy says, oh, he looks exactly bellicose. Murray says, yeah, we'll Kenny say blankety blank. That's always remember that movie by the way folks go back and watch that Ed Wood is fantastic. I'm going to be working with the standup comic who calls himself. Doctors are gafa guy. We run across him. No, we haven't done. We haven't done the same Giddings although I believe I'll be on stage next week. You're yeah, where where are you where you play? What's the Kennedy? Kennedy. Something Kennedy. House. Kennedy Center. That's all really kidding. They're they're doing comedy, but not with me. No anima and Ferrara is coming to town. Oh, right, right. Can buy his album on. I tunes called unconditional very funny on Tony show, and I'm going to see if we can get him to call in. You might even be in town next a movie. He's in a movie. Let's it's called little Italy. It's coming out this fall and he's just really funny guy them the album, unconditional very, very funny. And he's going to be a town doing a show Friday and Saturday night. Actually two shows. I think there's seven o'clock and like a nine thirty showing. At Arlington draft house. Oh, yes. Great VIN. Yeah, so and I think in drunken stupor, I I was like, yeah, yeah, sure. Grand opening. Gonna do like five, ten minutes. And I just now panicking because I have no material. So I've got to figure that out, but it'll be fun. Come by me, but stay for out material, observational, sort of light Seinfeld esque. Now. Now it's more introspective and talking about my family and my personal life than what it would have pathetic rich, I am. And so stuff like that. So you don't need to set. You could just go up there and just talk last time I went there because he's sort of Adam was talking to me about, you know, trying to do a different kind of comedy. We talked about the stuff that we love and he's like, well, this is the stuff that you should be trying. And I literally went onstage without an idea what I was doing and it was and it was fun. And I did it three nights in a row and by, and so I sort of shaped together by the third night, but it was it was wild. It was fun, and then people seem to really enjoy it. And it was very much different. It's easy to get onstage the first few times you do it and be very blue and tell crash jokes, and that's what I did. And now I'm trying to Volve kind of like my comedy where it doesn't seem like it's something that feels prepared like their conversation with us. Like that, but that's really what I was doing, you know? So when in he, he is truly a comedic wonder. So please combined the talks about his family a lot, and he what he's doing work and yes, so this great is dog is is, is his dad was big influence in his life and his wife so twenty. I'll try and get him on the show for its next, although it'd be great. That'd be fun. So shall we play name that tune? Yes. You might have heard this. This is actually one of my favorites. I never get this. Can you identify got last week? He played hard day's night or something like that. He got. You're not going to get this. I got home from the tournament. I wanna days last week at one o'clock in the morning. You take shower. You have a late late late lately, dinner, and you sit down one thirty two o'clock and eighty eight. I turn on on the TV and there's movie playing and this was this was from the soundtrack of that movie, which while explain in a second? Okay..

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Jacob Smith sits down with Malcolm Gladwell to talk about his signature approach to storytelling

Family Ghosts

06:00 min | 2 years ago

Jacob Smith sits down with Malcolm Gladwell to talk about his signature approach to storytelling

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Some looking at that stage 28th original phantom of the opera law saying he still walking round what this capons bela lugosi walks hollywood boulevard rudolp on harding that paramount all of those goods made their everywhere people harding hollywood's so even if you're walk you've got hollywood boulevard you've i see so by liked bela lugosi walking down hollywood boulevard in it's incredible and people just don't wear saying coming up with these stories and has not made out because these are people say yeah i saw this one's good i find most credible by the ones that are told by people who have the most to lose in other words if i hear it from a doctor or it for a lawyer or someone who's profession depends upon you having crushed in them and at that they're saying this uh those are the kinds of people who really don't wanna become known as the as a as a crazy aw if they say stay saw some things that i'll have a uh i tend to believe that it actually occurred now that doesn't mean that what they saw was real but they stole some absolutely absolutely these are people who have nothing to gain from it they really got wide brought out more weight return on could over dies in hollywood with tom acted yeah.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Ironically much of bela lugosi is best non vampire work and juiciest non bloodsucking roles came in movies in which he was cast opposite the man who was universally considered to be his rival and the better actor boris karloff today we are going to focus on the movies bela and boris made together we'll start with the two monster stars are better than one cash ends that universal concocted for their horror stars in the mid 1930s move on to lagos he's belated entrance into the frankenstein franchise and then follow both actors over to k o where in the 1940s producer val luton had launched a new wave of foreign movies eventually using the previous generations horror stars as raw material as we'll see lose him made much more use of one of these stars then the other said join us want you for chapter four of bela and boris bela verses boris when universal decided to team up bela lugosi and boris karloff for the first time bela needed the work more desperately than boris dead lugosi hadn't had a starring role in a movie in almost a year which was a long time back in 1930 four and he hadn't had a significant role in a quality major studio film since island of lost souls two years earlier if bela had been looking for an opportunity to play a lead character that was more traditionally sympathetic than dracula that's what he ultimately got in the black cat in the final edit of this film karloff build only as karloff as he had been in universal horror as ever since frankenstein played the unquestionably more evil character.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"But then the same thing happens the other way with disc from ism's with words that we wanna use with negative connotations so for example how uh the word sucks you know the to say like that movie really sucked that used to be an incredibly vulgar an offensive new just nasty thing to say and now little kids say it and ryan everywhere it's lost its power to shock and offend she had to keep inventing new words he and went in so you're saying youth central we have to keep investing in monster's as well because the old ones lose the power i mean i think that could to some extent be true like uh that we are we may be seeing some kind of equivalent of the disc from ism treadmill with the monsters of old over time they're just going to lose their power to shock and offend and they become like the little kids say in sucks the little kids running around with cute vampire dolls while and it it in really it's super hard nowadays with the internet because he you have like a probably a lag time of just hours after a film comes out before someone has made a cute button or acute tshirt or just a mean of based on that monster yet happens immediately when there is a new movie it happens and i think it creates a great challenge for say horror movie creators to make a traditional monster scary again think about how many recent vampire movies you can think of that have really scary vampires they've sort of lost their power haven't they yeah it's a can't trot out the same vampire over and over again because nobody is buying it anymore right i mean when bela lugosi first showed up on screens yet people screaming in the aisles of theaters now you watch it and bill lagos he's great but he's not scary yeah we often forget just how how terrifying that performance actually was any israeli of you if you look at it with new eyes yes specially if you knew that he was end up in ed wood movies as true that's true.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That the critic shouldn't see it ahead of time but that was a decision that they made and darn i just could not find time over the weekend oh boy was uh so busy with other projects i didn't have time to go see it but it's probably going to be the number one movie is halloween weekend you nuts is probably going to beat the george clooney's us the berber khan is probably going to beat unfortunately thank you for your service which is an outstanding movie about iraqi war veterans returning home it a really powerful and important movie but anyway jigsaw is probably going to be the number one movie but you mentioned a nightmare unknown street is that your favorite no if we're going to call it halloween movies you know by a scary movies like that that's not your favorite now now it's not my favorite a i'm gonna be back into the classics uh cycle cycles or the original original dracula with bela lugosi meal you give me any of the three original universal yeah horror films any day of the frankenstein dracula yeah we're will yeah can't beat them and there is a cleaned up print of dracula spent only showed it uh uunfamiliar with that my tv only gets channel nine is okay well then you remember one of those you remember that delegations that only gets one channel do you want you want our howling wind sand effect for the set him the that sounds like alaska are any hero intern at a nerd a backup the.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"Charade it's kind of like the same thing but it's not i get confused by martin landau in john lando norte john landis lara's no armor john land wasn't demirel the the producer of the more it produced helped me do math yup these born in 1928 north by northwest as nineteen fifty nine thirty forty one years all casal young men on he was young people look so much older back that you in any event he was while he was like wearing a suit yes he'll will do like children of that i would like really what i remember low healthier after but should impossible he and barbara painted another show called space 1999 oh and that was really cool and i have to say that space 99 ninth still more advanced than 2017 as always the like the settlers they imagine 1999 sounds so far away and of course i it wasn't but i thought he was great and tucker the man is remember he was bela lugosi in ed wood yeah and crimes and misdemeanours he played the eye doctor who everybody loved the patriarch of the family who is can receive this big award and then he had an affair with anjelica huston it went bad and she was threatening to tear apart his happy family and so he turned to his brother's gangster to get rid of her and the gangster brother was played by jerry orbach home i think the big perfect brothers they added up very mba look like a and orbach scott the leather jacket it's fantastic note martin landau's one of his most recently that's one of his ice movies was a it was a kind of twisty turning thriller tight movie called remember how it was about a a a a jewish higher holocaust survivor who uh uh.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Mean to me this one i think happened with me of actually gotten a bunch of emails from some of you talking about that the seem like there is something different in the air fold here's the thing we can't compare notes so much on that because it varies from place to place so what may be bothering me might not be bothered you at all of them have any of it i'm not even sure what is what it is like i'm not sure what it is i'm allergic to but there's something and it's something that pops up in the air this time of year could be cottonwood could be some other insane crazy stupid allergy i just i just don't know what it is at this point you might miss this i talked about this the other day the martin landau the actor was so good as ed wood and he passed away over the weekend at the of eighty nine room isn't that movie ed wood bela lugosi that's the role he played and he deserved without oscar he really did they said it was his unexpected complications during a short hop hospitals eishin what's really weird is boy that cough button can't come soon enough what's really weird is that he spent five years as a newspaper cartoonists before deciding to focus on acting so he he he started mission impossible the television series misdemeanors north by northwest i mentioned ed wood where he won the oscar but isn't it interesting that he was a cartoonist to for had no idea and north by northwest if you go back and watch that that is an awesome alfred hitchcock movie and he is so good in that movie he is so good in that movie and he was a solid i mean he was this solid actor definitely as far as character actors go he he's right up there with.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"About arrigo in time is one of the most anticipated films of next year and if that so anticipated they release a trailer ready great oprah's in this movie so you know it's gonna be good mmm a movie about a 1963 story about a young girl who's scientist father has been missing after disappearing which is how you you're missing generally if you've ever solicitous decide how this is going to go his father his accomplice something dean trapped typically sprinting there's only one can stop it is he holy bull over acting there from oprah but she's known for it like her he's i'm excited about plus keno is really cool freaky tasked him ticky santa transnet the white hair going everywhere gary stylized faithful i i all laughing to get through this year i know next year about how that go get excited about that yet you've got to nothings manila for one martin landau as died allpurpose actors showcases versatility as a master of disguise mission impossible the broken down bela lugosi in ed wood he shot to fame playing a nats to closeted gay henchmen and alfred hitchcock's north by northwest scotch rai urban housing just a quick right back to tone that has been arranged but i ally bachchan are you drink it i've had enough stimulation for one day it will be easier to take this yourself otherwise it will be necessary for us to insist cheers all right and there is a scene at the end way he's a james mason than it's clear that he's in love with james mason is really good and if if there's been so many things and as such an incredible actor marlon does eighty nine and then george romero whose classic night of the living dead and other or films bait baid's zombies were not for night of the living dead you would have had the walking dead delivered zombies irby's impromptu the american said magzine may one hundred thousand dollars it's amazing about the impact attend film sense and it set the rules for sammi's which we did not know before george romero's did it what still george romero made the role of zombies body human that person dies from comes back islamic yanni you're still afraid stop it now i mean it back happening to get to barbara stop pitch ignorant coming fall you opera mm turkey to cinematic legends martin landau and george romero orlando was eighty nine george romero seventy seven side the latest financing new home refinance your existing home.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"In the dirty dozen to and geezer butler from black sabbath sixty eight today there's a lot of other celebrity birthdays but those are those of the big wounds today in a gorge you heard the news we lost veteran actor martin landau he ira remember him when i was a kid he was a mission impossible but he was the tv show long before the the tv show enough he was the guy who at ease like man about thousand faces he could make themselves look like all kinds of different oh rally met i thought what he did on the only original janja you know they use thereof for three years and it was on uh huh and he won what loses oscar for bela lugosi yeah peoplade bela lugosi in ed wood was coming in this one listening to the the cbs news station i was at that time i switch back and forth when i'm on the way and i listened to eighty income the new guinea office i listen to the 10 10 win ga when i heard one of them say that he also starred in this movie called the the harlem i think was marlene glut globetrotter his hunk iligan zaire the harlem globetrotters on gilligan's island now why was that about well he would like this the big like rough money guy at that what wound up on the island and then there was some competition the harlem globetrotters where they you and on your yellow you how their plane went on so they landed they when on the island there a big competition gilligan and the captain had to play for the club trotters it was crazy how many awards that one when i didn't win i'll check i'll give back even everybody he did a lot of other things to a mini were the only guy those guys eighth and just evolved as time went by he was eighty nine years old when he passed away martin landau great actor snide 920 year on cbs abd al good night sleep leaves me feeling on top of the world but what happens when it's just.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"By northwest in what is oscar for playing dracula actor bela lugosi in the movie ed wood and caitlyn jenner says she is running for clinton no she's considering a run i should say four diane feinstein's us senate seat in a radio interview that was aired new york yesterday the transgender activists says she likes the political side of it but then a she's not sure where she can make the biggest difference and if i've 35 it's our business buzz with kfi's biz in tech expert jason middleton can fancies mansi remodel save the fastfood industry navy added 605 handle on the news and handle will tell us by delta airlines offered conservative author anne coulter a thirty dollar refund after a flights but right now let's talk with the gentleman who one time spent his nights on the streets but not only has this guy turned his life around that now he helps the community in which he used to live his name is tyron jackson and he is the founder of operation warm wishes or o w w which is dedicated to helping serve the homeless troubled kids i'll let him explain it tyron good morning to you and thank you so much for joining us on wakeup call cardio morning jennifer our you i'm graves tell us all about first of all your organization tell us more about operation warm wishes what's it all about here operation were wishes who reducing aren't kartika my own group's going on on her the our my wife and i was over and bullied online harangued him my house because i was colder i would run worth it and i wanted on the organization out remake of different derived will go the mood operational which reopened over our trouble you correctly really throughout the world reducing kerr did not give him a amanda albert of hanbo originally a beautiful girl tell us some of the things that you have done not just in orange county but as you said the world i was surprised at how large or outreach really is no operator was cut it over nine years ago through there were doing really are logic over you know reading program food program no getting a home with off history as you're going to beautiful coup recruit every day we do community for trump to bring together to not only i hope our home a quicker form people were going ordinary community your homework struggle.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on WDRC

"All fifty states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number thirty thirty an american doctor is in britain playing a key role in the life or death case of a very sick little boy boxes simon on live in london david americans specialist who is off to treat charlie god is due to examine debate eat the first time today eleven monthsold shoddy has a rash genetic condition and brain damage and is at the center of a coats battle his doctors say life support should end but his terrence one to take into the us for experimental sarathi saudi spokesman out as deceit in motion why call the parents take their child the child is effectively being taken prisoner by the states the doctor assessing charlie michio harada at columbia university told a judge last week that experimental treatment might held 'death simon muslims are being urged by their religious leaders to boycott a holy site in jerusalem they call the noble sanctuary jews referred to it as temple mount they're upset metal detectors have now been set up at the entrance in response to friday's attack when three palestinians shot and killed two israeli officers hollywood has lost to big name sector martin landau was eighty nine oh i have no home we won't allow surveilling bela lugosi in that movie ed wood george romero's also died 1968 night of the living dead considered a black and white masterpiece injected into the national film registry at the library of congress epidemic of mass murder being commit other films including dawn of the dead day of the dead and creeped shell would follow.

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"bela lugosi" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"bela lugosi" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The cars involved had been impounded baroni done we're not playing games in dekalb county shore he could cult speed rays were taken vehicles all five drivers are now charged with speed racing and reckless driving and troopers say the knuckleheads were also recording the shenanigans on video oscar winning actor martin landau's died from an unexpected complication from a visit to the ucla med senator landau while the 1990 four best supporting oscar for his portrayal of bela lugosi in ed wood but maybe perhaps best known for his role in the tv show mission impossible landau also nominated for an oscar to other times martin landau was eighty nine this news brought to you by by computer career eighty you i teach rating for a better life but we check traffic and weather together in five minutes i'm john stokes news 1110 993 wbt 735 lose eleven saying that an three wbt i'm bo thompson ramp up time for the may oral campaigns kenny smith vials jennifer robbers and jole ford and four will make it official tomorrow the the last of the four to file officially jill ford was on the show frie friday talking about his meeting there was supposed to be private according to him with via lyle's a the observer reported this late last week that had happened a few days before so we're gonna hear from all four candidates as to where they stand as the campaign ramps up starting with joel ford right here on the show friday one thing that i her and you might word is not devote the god cared private meeting so you know and i i tweeted out a link to that interview i did with her and your response to that was a in the form of a a a statement from your campaign and also were you added in the tweet back to me the hardworking people of charlotte deserve a mayor that is trustworthy authentic and forthright and who will lead with integrity and honesty guided correct an unfortunate that a private conversation got leap to the poor that network have been can go i'm committed to providing bruton and leadership order pedia charlotte in a way that will move this community ford and make people pro and.

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