20 Burst results for "Ben Hur"

"ben hur" Discussed on Life On Main

Life On Main

03:41 min | 2 months ago

"ben hur" Discussed on Life On Main

"We will not be able to really exercise due diligence until we're willing to do. Both of those things the first thing we gotta do is we gotTa Forget. Once you forget Ford now. That's not saying he became. He got like Amnesia. But he's saying I'm not willing to make that my focus anymore. How many have seen the old movie, Ben Hur talking to the original. Not The remake okay? In that movie, there's a great chariot race that takes place. And, it's an incredible scene, and it's probably the most popular seems was some people aren't aware of something very tragic happened during that scene in real life, a man lost his life. In fact, that's actually in that film. That was not taken out. Is In there. Because they felt that to take it out, would have caused that his death to abandon in vain. But what we see is if you're riding in a chariot. which would have had these Olympics? You Earn Cherry erasing. What's the worst thing that you could do? Oh. Right. You. Get Your eyes off and start looking at something else. You. Don't know where you're going to end up. You have to keep your eyes focused to had not worry about where you've already been. You know where you've been. That's still in your head, but that's not your concern anymore. All the concerned it was what lays straight ahead of you. Paul had to do the same thing, but can I tell you. There's three things that he had to forget. The first thing Paul had to forget what a successes! Remember. Paul was affair of Pharisees. He studied under the most Lee of all the fair sees that existed in that day he had all of the the prestige. He had all of the power and position that he could want. To follow Christ. And, then he got asked him to leave all of that and you know what he did. He did it willingly and he never looked back. He left Oliver's successes. The also had to leave his failures. And you see that throughout his writings, because in this first ratings you can see that he was having a hard time. Letting go was failure because you're trying to justify his role in his position as an apostle, I the greatest of the apostles kind of read one of those passages here this morning. Right about my qualifications to be in this role. But amongst his last letters, he calls himself the chief of sinners. Right he'd gotten to the point where he no longer had to worry about his failures and justify himself. He's say yeah. You know what I have messed up royally. But that's not what defines many more because for me to live is Christ. And diets game. Right I am crucified with crisis. No longer that looks, but Christ lives in me. See who's willing to leave it all behind. But can I tell you the other thing he had leave behind? Was the good life. That kind of goes along with success as part. But you understand. He had everything going for him. Before he became a parcel that had undergo although shipwrecks and beatings and stonings and everything else that we named off. But what he had to do. You had to be very different from the Israelites because what happened to the Israelites when they went to the wilderness. We'd be better off in Egypt. They kept going back in their minds to Egypt time and time again. It was better back then remember the good old days. Forget about the good old days because.

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"ben hur" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 2 months ago

"ben hur" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Slash B. jokes Ben Hur I think if you do it that way Ben Hur you set me up they was working on it it's nine forty three this forecast looks a little dicey what's going on Steve yeah we have a new weather advisory a weather warning this morning a flood advisory urban and small stream flood advisories just been issued by the National Weather Service that includes southeastern cook county then northwestern Lake County over Indiana trained weather spotters are reporting street flooding in Munster and Hammond due to these rains a torrential rains from the thunderstorms that are still pushing through and continued heavy rain will cause even more of that flooding as we move forward this morning so again that southeastern cook in north western Lake County Indiana radar right now shows the strong thunderstorms stretching from whiting down through highland and Gerry down to share ville all the way down to cedar lake pushing to the northeast at about forty miles per hour and we have some developing thunderstorms are north of Addison into Itasca and up into the Schomburg area that we're keeping an eye on as well so was severe weather at least over for now but we're watching these thunderstorms rumbled through the area and we'll keep you posted if there are any more watches or warnings going forward eighty one today for a high fifty eight tonight and then eighty tomorrow with mostly sunny skies right now in Chicago seventy six degrees with light rain Major League Baseball holds its draft tonight it's been shortened to five rounds over two nights with a hundred sixty total picks the white Sox draft eleventh the cubs sixteenth in tonight's first round the players have come up with a new proposal calling for eighty nine games to be played in baseball beginning July tenth they're still demanding full pro rated salaries no response yet from MLB and the bears cut their virtual offseason short there last virtual meeting tomorrow then they adjourned until training camp hand westbound I. eighty ninety four some flooded conditions now between Klein and the Illinois Indiana state line to watch for also north and I. sixty five entrance ramp at one hundred and nine still closed until June sixteenth.

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"ben hur" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"ben hur" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"That would have to be snakes have that did not make the screen rant yes really nope I had J. thanks for your call there is one that's so stupid I'll save it until right before the our friends but there is one so dumb I can't believe it even made this list it's a kids movie I'll tell you that is a cartoon it's a cartoon yep let's talk to John in Mercerville your New Jersey one one point five Kelly good afternoon hi John okay the best way to watch a movie at home I do read box because we listen to box and again the convenience of having the bathroom there they've refrigerator yourself up as the only way to do it now three movies that must be seen on the big screen and either oldies but goodies gone with the wind thank her and Lawrence of Arabia wow right given no no it's that it's that you name some on this list oh really yeah yes with the win Lawrence of Arabia he got that gone with the wind is on here and what and what's the other one you mentioned and her and her Ben Hur I don't think Ben Hur made it big chariot scene yeah that would be why I'm sure nope yeah but you got two out of three behind this list hi John thanks for your call look at you all right what is a movie that just had to be seen on the big screen and what's the best way to watch a movie is it at home in a movie theater or at the old fashioned drive and one eight hundred two eight three one one point five.

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We need to change our economic indicators to keep up with the crisis

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:21 min | 3 months ago

We need to change our economic indicators to keep up with the crisis

"Know once you get past the scale of the job losses with the latest numbers on first time claims for unemployment. They came out this morning putting the total at just under twenty seven million people who've lost their jobs once you get past that scale it is the speed. That's amazing. Twenty seven million jobs vaporized in five weeks which poses a challenge for those of us who observe analyze this economy accustomed as we are to quarterly and monthly data. Being good enough. So economists are getting creative. Marketplace's refinish war gets is going. The great recession played out gradually over eighteen months. What's happening today's instead of playing out of a months and years playing out of days and weeks. Justin Wolfer is a professor of economics at University of Michigan our friends. Gdp and the unemployment rate are reported once a month once a quarter but we need is economic indicators. To tell us what's happening today. Andrew Chamberlain is chief economist at glass door. He says luckily we live in an age of data. We have really different ways of measuring the economy today than we have a decade ago tech platform social media specialized firms have all kinds of useful real time. Data take for example would job search platforms can tell us you've got Twenty million unemployed Americans. You Might WanNa know whether they are all expecting to go back to work or not You might want to know if they're out there searching for jobs or not. The Federal Reserve looks at data from credit card processors to know how people are spending and payroll processing from. Adp to track jobs. Both of those come out. Weekly Ben Hur's on is an economist with IHS market the TSA started making available The public passenger traffic At airports on a daily basis in real time. And so we could see that passenger traffic at us. Airports had fallen like ninety five percent by the end of March. Weekly chain store sales. Tell us about spending electricity. Use can be a proxy for economic output. As for what exactly it's all telling US Gary Schlossberg is global market strategist with the wells. Fargo Investment Institute. They still show the economy continuing to decline. But there are a couple which are beginning to bottom out a little bit you know. There's some hope straws in that the economy is still weakening but approaching about whatever the indicator once you hit bottom. There's nowhere to go but up

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Oscar Nominations 2020: The Complete List

Catt

01:08 min | 7 months ago

Oscar Nominations 2020: The Complete List

"The twenty twenty Oscar nominations are out this year it's all about Todd Phillips is joker which leads the pack with eleven nods including Best Actor for walking Phoenix in fact the sing real movie is on track to match the records of Titanic the lord of the rings the return of the king and Ben Hur by winning eleven total awards as expected from Mars also include Martin Scorsese Irishman Sam Mendes's World War one epic nineteen seventeen and Quentin Tarantino star studded once upon a time in Hollywood are right behind joker with ten nods each side became the first ever south Korean film to be nominated for Best Picture getting six nods along with Joe Joe rabbit little women and a marriage story of course there are a lot of snobs first and foremost women were totally snubbed in the best direct the category for the second year in a row despite great movies like little women and the farewell coming out last year Jennifer Lopez in get a nod for best supporting actress in hustlers even after scoring Screen Actors Guild critics choice and golden globe nominees and Adam Sandler was almost unrecognizable in this type of role on jams and fans are rooting for him to get his first Oscar nomination thanks to the road but he's not on the list

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"ben hur" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"ben hur" Discussed on KNSS

"Anniversary of the movie then the her she is still one of the great spectacles of all time Ben Hur yeah course pitting Stephen Boyd as the ultimate Roman rule against then her ultimate Jews yeah and they are childhood buddies but of course once they become adults and politics gets in the way that said here comes the conflict how do you help me you oppose me you have no other choice but I don't for me or against me if that is the choice then I am against you our our yeah I'm pretty nasty I'm in the great race while mine yeah the studio went all out promoting this thing when it came out in nineteen fifty nine and nineteen sixty more than twenty million dollars in candy children's tricycles in the shapes of chariots Jones hair barrettes jewelry men's ties bottles of perfume Ben Hur and Ben his towels oil armor helmets and swords umbrellas we're all used to market this make a move I would like to have all those tricycle no Kett that I became a huge movie it if it's second only to gone with the wind as one of the highest grossing movies of all time Justin for inflation of course anyone eleven Oscars as well great been hers celebrating its sixtieth anniversary today that's entertainment news in the border G. by our good friends.

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"ben hur" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"ben hur" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"What is now a shorter but still interminable ceremony. Yeah. Apparent or just I mean to be honest like so two long tedious movies. I can think of that. I know the running times for. Ben hur. Okay. Believe runs at about three and a half hours. Right. Fiddler on the roof comes in three hours. Sure. I don't care if you shave that half hour off it's still a really fucking long move. Very like, okay. Wow. A half hour less at least those were -able horrible. At least those movies like stories and stuff. No, no, the Tim, plus a story. Okay. Well, why don't you enlighten us about the about the movie that will which is? Get to that. So the temple initial like years ago decades ago, if you went to the temple and the stills a case for two of the temple young nineteen year old Franklin decades ago, I guess, but like I really like a century ago on a century ago. You you would've been regaled by beautiful show stage. Staged by actors staged by old men who were definitely not actors. But who are engaged they were temple workers, and they're engaged to portray. But there's a little play the put on for you birth of the earth, and then at some point, and I'm not sure exactly when this happened. But I do know that it used to be on sixteen millimeter film. Okay. So that does say that maybe in the sixties or seventies. I think so they filmed a version of this with sets and actors and costume, and you know, they got very fancy special effects are special effects and assure, and then you told me this today, and I had not heard this, and it blew my mind. They've gone to sensually film strip. They've got they've gone backwards in time. It's still frames to still to still photos. Yeah. With voiceover underneath. Which is basically I I want to go in there now and sit there and then before they before they change the frames just have a little device to make. Sound? Our younger listeners will not remember film strip now in the that that we lived through in the eighties. And yeah, whatever both at school and church them at church for different different things. You push push play on the tape recorder on and then and then you every time it goes you have to turn it. The little thing little frame phrase, thirty five millimeter film. It was before we knew little tiny spool nothing not much there'd be like thirty pictures. Right. And you just go advance the next picture, and it would just help the lesson. We didn't know that moving pictures existed. Back then pictures couldn't move in the eighties entirely. Not true. However, it was cheap audiovisual type stuff. And and. Yeah. Anyway, do you remember the all in one units had the tape thing? Yeah. End the projector all built in school had one actually auto advance eight could hear the. There was some little tone that it was picking up on. It would advance the next one. Oh my goodness. Just the height of with technology may anyway, they're going back to they've reverted back to that blows my mind. So I don't know what they're up to. And then they gave eve some lines which apparently was just get another like, they caved entirely to the feminists. They I I mean, I they. Excommunicated them. And then they caved to their demands. I go back to do. You think they did film strip before they did film? I don't like retro temple like they're going like, no. I don't know. Anyway..

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"ben hur" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"ben hur" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Good news and bad news out of the chargers camp today. Linebacker this Brown is out of the playoffs with an ankle injury. But tied in hunter Henry who missed the regular season with a knee injury is expected to be available Sunday when the chargers visit the ravens in Baltimore. The Mike Slater show is next AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. You're listening to the best of the Mike Slater show on seven sixty K FM be we have a biographer segment about somebody. I've never heard of before that happens all the time. There's nothing new there this case, it's Lew. Wallace blue walls, the walls. So I'm reading the description of this book opening sentence from fighting for the cause of freedom during the civil war to writing one of the most bestselling books of all time. One of the best selling books of all I've never heard of this guy who wrote one of the best selling books of all time. And then he was even worse never heard of the book. This is bad. I got a lot to learn here. The book is called the sword and the pen a life of Lew Wallace, and the author is Ray, boom. Our how how are you, sir? Very, well, how are you? What is the name? Boom. How're that's pretty fantastic. Did you make it up? Real name. Yes. Either Pennsylvania Dutch or German means you're of wood or woodsmen. So. That must have been a lumberjack. We were talking about carpentry and wood making not but an hour ago. Mr. our unbelievable. Okay. Before we get to the characteristics three characteristics of Mr. Wallace that are usually good ones last week were. But that we can apply to our lives if they are good before that gives a quick little bio of Mr. Lew Wallace. Well, Lou Wallace is a Hoosier renaissance, man. He was a lawyer politician a union army general in the civil war US diplomat and a bestselling author. Now, you might not have heard of him before. But you probably heard of a movie named Ben Hur starring a gentleman named Charlton Heston, and that is based on Lew Wallace's book, Ben her the story of the crisis story of the Christ. And when it was was published in eighteen eighty got off to a slow start, but word of mouth spread and became a bestseller and has has a reputation as one of the best selling books of all time. So that's basically what he's best known for not known for. Four. Country. So is still well known here in Indiana. So so so Ben Hur. At least heard of the movie Ben Hur that is based off of Ben Hur a tale of the Christ. Which is what this guy wrote where it's novel. Yes, then Judah Ben Hur and his adventures in the holy land. How close does the movie set the book pretty well, it it's kinda follows it pretty true to form throughout. It's a lot more action. Of course as movies are want to do especially with the chariot race all though Wallace. There was a very good writer and use his wartime experiences during the civil war to kinda give some spice to his actions. Well, let's jump into the characteristics. I characteristic of Lew Wallace I would say determination now after he participated in a bloody battle Charlotte during the civil war. He'd been kinda placed on the shelf then shoved out of the army as a kind of a scapegoat for the heavy casualties suffered there. He later on when he's back in Indiana receives orders to defend the vital city of Cincinnati from possible confederate attack. Now, friends and his officers who served under him warn him not to do this. It was she was being set up to take the fall because there were very few soldiers to defend the city, not a lot of weapons and supplies and once he failed DB shut down for good from the army, but Wallace was determined and said that to leave the city to the enemy without an effort to disable. We'll be cowardly and he saw resource at others. Not see. That was the citizens of Cincinnati themselves. So got their organize volunteers throughout the city and built such strong defenses that the rebels took one look at them and decided not to attack and he was lauded by the city as newspapers and politicians for his leadership during that time in spite of all the obstacles station, he was determined to sixty. What was his argument to get to round people up and get people to the cause I think the danger of the city being overwhelmed by the rebel armies. He's that very well has a call to action and a recruited. What do you call squirrel hunters? These were you know, rough and ready people from the city who had their own weapons to kind of organize themselves into hastily. You know squad. Soldiers to defend the city and the American most of the time, we're very proud of what they're able to do to kind of fight off this possible attack from the confederate. Nice characters are number two of Louis diligence Wallace was knocked typically well educated in the modern sense to not get a college degree as a young man. He hated being stuck indoors in the classroom hated algebra in particular after much prefer to be outside, hunting and fishing. But he adopted love of reading that stuck with them for the rest of his life, and he used books as tools to aid him whenever he needed to bone up on this subject, and where she did not know a lot about including learning about military matters for service in the civil war or doing, you know, firsthand research for his books, and that came in very handy when he was writing Ben Hur because he. Deny had never been to the Middle East to the holy land. So he did extensive research library of congress because you know, making up the location of a story. He said it was needful not only to be familiar with this history. Geography. I must be able to paint it water land and sky and actual colors and later on as well as talk about next he goes on to be US minister to the Ottoman empire in Turkey. Able to visit the holy lands and saw that he was pretty accurate in his descriptions, although never been there himself. The best of the Mike later.

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"ben hur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It from anybody but by. It Are you, finished yes no Gill, housing? To fix my car right this of all allows allows. Bread Ben Hur? Is. Back Holy smoke, Mr.? Anderson I don't have to work on that thing again No you don't have to I know. A lot of places that'll be very. Good for just a minute jam, don't get, up on your. High horse if you want it, fixed wheel, fix it. They'll fix it we'll give it either a transfusion Why anybody would want us, to good, money into that. Rank you oh we fix it Whereas offended Got, stepped on It's gone Because you don't know how to put a Fender benders on before he, was born. But not. All right. All right you just have to put on a. New friend Okay jim Proposal while we're. At it let's do, it? Up right let's paint the. Whole thing the motor, tuned up the lights on you this time we're going to. Fix. It. Right That's more like it So we start, with the Fender look you see this big? Hole, in the panel yes that's where I got a boat. Defender on a whole We need a new panel new proud go ahead I'm writing it. Down wait a minute why can't you, just jokes smell boats onto the body on? The, it's all rusted away over here and it won't hold So we need new body Look all I want a new bodies, to light new frame. Chassis rear assembly, fans mission. You've got it, got, it new crankshaft, flywheel feed lies, together rods camshaft. Spring muffler exhaust Chuck's bumper All right.

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Massive Movie Memorabilia Auction Earns More Than $6M

24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Massive Movie Memorabilia Auction Earns More Than $6M

"Spinoff hbo as green lighted a prequel pilot from writers jane goodman goldman and george r r martin hbo says it's not the story we think we know a massive movie memorabilia auctioned earns more than six million dollars at an auction in los angeles more than two thousand pieces went on sale including props from films like star wars and the terminator profiles in history says the harley davidson ridden by arnold schwarzenegger in terminator two judgment day sold for more than four hundred eighty thousand dollars while a death star prop used in return of the jet i sold for more than two hundred forty grand other items include a practice chariot used in the film ben hur the went for a hundred and forty four thousand dollars alleghenies lightsaber from the original star wars sold for one hundred and thirty two grand and the bus used in speed went for ninety six thousand bucks i'm john.

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"ben hur" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"More silent films i'd never seen anything like that before or i never met anybody before him with that interest insolent films and i love to see those collectors and you probably do to that when they've missed the curve they've missed the high wave right in there down in the trough where something isn't as popular anymore maybe it's just bad timing and you're just getting into collecting but they still stick to it and they get some really choice pieces then when the relatively neglected and then you see that rise do do you believe that those cycles happen in in the cinematic arts and memorabilia i do happened in every discipline but yes certainly things come and go there are and a lotta times it's related you know when there's a remake of a film sometimes sometimes there's renewed interest in the original sometimes not with there was there was a remake of ben hur a year or so ago and we thought oh this is great bring out your old dinner stuff you know you'll you'll do great and then of course the old the new bit her movie was such a dud it didn't increase interest in beyond hoop the people who already loved the old ben hur it's so funny some you're absolutely right i mean you look at the old ben hur and the circus maximus and all that you look at the wizard of oz i somebody was telling me just the other day i look at the wizard of oz and i'm still scared when i look at that tornado at a time when we've got what was the the movie twister and into the storm and others with all the cgi which is very effective and very beautiful but you see something that's like a living regionalist painting taking place in front of you on the television screen you'd never really forget it and you know i think i think you're absolutely right i i wanna talk just briefly i know we only have a few minutes catherine ladies and gentlemen our fabulous guest is dr catherine williamson director fine books and manuscripts and entertainment memorabilia at bonhams the great auction house great friend of this show and.

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"ben hur" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Second win of the season and christian hubby grit came in second place and sassa con chime mongol who we heard from elliot in the show got his first podium let's hear from him a smile on your face because you got your first podium yellow that was you know one of my proudest race i mean time will in the car third race on managed to grab a podium just slipping into third is yeah well you know good effort from to me and then from the team perspective that's probably the best results for this year so far anyway so you start down in what was it seventh place on the on the grade six seventh was it so i started off in yeah in seventh and then my way up to third and then culpa crashes in front of me which helped me to gap position and then just because it is really difficult to overtake us while law drivers we saying hey he's getting a bit of a slipstream he's one thing to try and overtake in this truck is very difficult i did you do it i mean you know his his all about experience i mean those drivers who's been driving before i will have a lot more experience with you know the racing thing and one thing i just have to take is having the background light using what i've learned from cotton ply into the because formula three yeah and then gain good advice from the team which will you know pointing the two together and go out on have a race so it was i think you'll teammates ben hur started the racine second place i know he was for anyone who is listening raising them to is the entirely reverse quick race which meant that he finished towards the back of the grid hence why you think he was second place but you mentioned finish ahead of him exactly.

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"ben hur" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Very exciting and we're going to try to get to the bottom of these movies and just have a real discussion about movies like toy story and blade runner and streetcar named desire and go all the way to the unforgiven and tutsi to wonderful life chinatown two thousand one a space odyssey psycho the searchers casa blanca raging bull and we're starting at all with the number one film of all time citizen kane now i had always assumed that citizen kane was like a hit from the gecko but did not know that this movie was almost never seen so people are aware that women i hated this movie deliberately like this rosebud thing have you heard rosebud really meant to william randolph hearst his wife's yeah was it was his his he was in love with it actually very good actress but people thought she was bad because of this movie and he always put a little guilty about that and then when her skits involved he basically says to arco who made susan kane he's like well i'm not gonna put anything about any of your movies in this paper in you burn the film he really wanted to burn the film and he put this pressure on all of hollywood he was like you know what hollywood you're not that good at being like moral and righteous what if my paper start telling all the studios what's wrong with all of the films and from number one we jumped to number one hundred and our second episode with ben hur movie i had never seen in full but i realized how much i've just seen people reference it in movies like grease.

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"ben hur" Discussed on I Was There Too

I Was There Too

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on I Was There Too

"Very exciting and we're going to try to get to the bottom of these movies and just have a real discussion about movies like toy story and blade runner and streetcar named desire and going all the way to the unforgiven and tutsi a wonderful life chinatown two thousand one space odyssey psycho the searchers custom blanca raging bull and we're starting at all with the number one film of all time citizen kane now i had always assumed that citizen kane was like i hit from the gecko but did not know but this movie was almost never seen so people are aware that women i hated this movie deliberately like this rosebud thing have you heard rosebud really meant to william randolph hearst his wife was it his was this is he wasn't love with it actually very good actress but people thought she was bad because of this movie and he always felt a little guilty about that and then when her skits involved he basically says to our caohu made citizen kane he's like well i'm not gonna put anything about any of your movies in this paper unless you burn the film he really wanted to burn the film and he put this pressure on all of hollywood he was like you know what hollywood you're not that good at being like moral and righteous what if my paper start telling all the studios what's wrong with all of the films and from number one we jumped in number one hundred and our second episode with ben hur movie i had never seen in full but i realized how much i've just seen people reference it in movies like grease.

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"ben hur" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"I mean you look it up i mean all time multiply the one nineteen twenty one point eight billion nice boy bill almost two billion dollars star wars number two one point six billion tell the music number three can you believe that sound out of is that was huge right man number four big today what would you think you'd never get it e t i was just i was gonna say that i promise where you really up in their titanic's only fifth the ten commandments is six followed by jaws not the vago which i don't get come on now really doctors really snow movie right with the the sleigh come on the exorcist and snow white and the seven dwarfs class tell me on that list we're jaws part fifty four is whereas fifty four's down the list is that just a tad still still cricket about the people still go see him star wars force awakens is number eleven if they had seen vago for the doctor takes on china yeah forever while you're doing that hurt we ate it wait a minute let me just sorry other ben hur came out yeah it's does even forties right an avatar is only fifteenth that's amazing yeah is that are you looking worldwide by the way because i know apoptosis just america the oversee nineteen fiftynine for ben hur by the way north america include candidate and that they should all right the fascinating and it all started with gone with the wind number one still today.

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"ben hur" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Fellow cinema goes afterwards when he left and talked about their favorite parts of the film or they didn't enjoy some clarification would be great i can't say that i find it hard to mend my british ways if it turns out that i should be discussing the film after which with perfect strangers but are happy to give it a go if it's required in a case of when i saw early man i saw in a screening room and it was me and one other person and on the way out we did briefly exchange pleasantries me he had been very good because he put up with me loafing like a hyena related the film and then we said something like that was really funny wilson dates and isn't that great that alban commit you love as much as they do we say did my my main memory of going to a movie having conversation with somebody after this is this is this is slot alone store beltran cuba she was was will when i was a kid i used to go to the the odeon in hendin one of the things that they would do there is that they would do revivals of old films and source of ben hur there and i saw um you know so all the classics at an and i think i think it's been her there was if you've got to see a film quite a few times you'd get to recognize the print because the print would we would age and it would have jump some blips in it and if you've seen it three or four times you'd know hey those jump some blitz were coming and i was in the foyer in the interval of ben hur and i fell into conversation i was a kid i found the conversation with a with an old patron and he's we study talking about the way in which the film had aged and it was really poignant because he started talking about it as as if the film itself had a face and the and the the creases on the celluloid which you recognize were like you know that ups a lovely house melting song is it called crow'sfeet.

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"ben hur" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Alex i how are you ready for it i am wanbao all bereaved than i'm calling is because i honestly thank all the republika who worry elected then to offer ought to be held accountable for their poor decisionmaking yep if they have done for the past year that they've been now nav and they should be held accountable for what they have failed to do which means we impeach them while anybody will work for a company now a day they go through a yearlyreview and boss joe them what you have done what you have failed to do either you keep your job or you go out that door i alec some alumna amina holds here for second alex 'cause i you the united going know look through this together what you just said is spot on like i eat in the private sector everybody out there listening to me he got a job for something called like a yearly review chesslike yet now let me ask you to take these members of congress they've got kind of a l of review process to don't they what do we call it i dare okay what are we call what do we if you're a member of congress alex where do we called your their review process i give up the election alex watson every no no no but you also the you'll you right what we we can't impeach him so what we do is we don't we bowed samata office we don't vote for right gene you've been there for alba why the michigan representative ben hur fivedecade that mitch mcconnell has been a decade now god bless you block dublin shell schuylkill right see here's the here's the cool thing about about these people we send the washington d c we do have the review process for them they do have an annual review except it's not a annual in the house it's every two years in the senate's it's every six years and if we don't like the job wing when we conduct a review you know what we don't vote for them shall were there employers ballots you're right spot on kiddo you're right we are their employers they work for us eight five five six four to fifty six hundred i gotta be i'm slow at a former republican member of congress um ii and i spend a lot of my time dona rich beem our politicians i shall gino wide lauck it's a familiar refrain.

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"ben hur" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Kerry to andy 2016 remake of ben hur nude who this week tgi who all those cool abc tgi friday shows back in the nineties and let the right one and also with four batman returns the men who stare at goats the emperor's new groove and lee low in stitch and that's nudes our radio clouds will increase overnight tonight but you can expect temperatures to say in the upper 60s for the start of monday monday will be a mostly cloudy day with scattered showers and thunderstorms however storms will remain non severe with afternoon highs around eighty two degrees saudi light showers are possible through tuesday in between monday in tuesday will see about a quarter to a half inch of rain with isolated announce up to three quarters of an inch a bit of a missed is expected tuesday but we'll see highs dropping into the lower 70s for the afternoon wednesday will be a dry day with clouds eventually moving out of the state will see a mostly sunny afternoon with a high around seventy degrees that's latest news radio 1040 w a joe threeday weather forecast i'm channel 13 meteorologist umbrella gbenah 406 in pairing its 65 here and warned partly cloudy and 72 to greenhouse gases on america in the morning from westwood one news suits monday september 25th 2017 coming up on america in the morning the president versus the nfl players and owners 18th but after that date the new restrictions on travel will begin and in some instances travel for immigrants will be broadly suspended across the board like in north korea nobody can comment whereas for others like a ron those on student visas will be able to apply and to come into the country now i should mention any he won with a current visa or a green card can always come in at their documents will not be revoked the supreme court is expected to hear arguments on the legality of the current travel ban next month so that's moving spoil seem ahead and president trump already tweeting about the ban on sunday saying made america safe is my number one priority we will not admit those into our country we cannot safely vet gore's laura jarrett it's twelve after the hour america in the.

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"ben hur" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"On news radio kkob branin is now racist cotton remember the commercial the touched a feel of cotton in the fabric of our lives i wonder how many people of color where cotton it's very popular clothing what we're how many of them have like lots of cotton based products in their home i wonder if they look at those and think oh man that's racist folks are you just are you just at the point where are your let me ask you this way when you hear things like oh i i'm offended by cotton a cotton stalk please remove this the core this woman ass there is nothing decorative about role kat it's a commodity which gant was gained at the expense of african american sleeves britain was the last time you believe that a an african american slave was was commissioned to pick cotton against their will yes been about one hundred fifty years okay can can we get over this maybe you're one of those people that say stig you're just not you're just not sensitive enough you just you just not she said a little sensitivity goes a long way what about all the other stuff do like rice and sugar and just about everything that comes out of the grab back to four three thirty three thirty three hour tying the thin with the whole conversation about the chemo theater canceling the screening of gone with the wind by the way the movie that they replaced gone with the wind with was ben hur the bent her so that that's the roman guy roaming ira dealer romans were like one of the the most evil oppressors and i remember the term crucifixion anybody that oppose the roman government they they kind of wind you all up along a street and they just like jesus was crucified they hung you on a cross and they did it is painfully as they possibly could do so that the rest of the people witnessing it could get in line and make sure that they didn't they didn't ruffle any feathers in their lives why why why didn't somebody object of ben hur being played neil you're on news radio kkob o'neill hey i'm going to change subject to fit five faquir initial question was what would the best movie or your favorite were ever no no it wasn't that was my question no no if you want.

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"ben hur" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ben hur" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Weren't so sad it would just be hysterically funny this is where the national conversation has landed not even hobby lobby is off limits or gone with the wind two four three 33 33 adel your next on newsradio kick you'll be glad adel i have a report on movie of ballot to win so we watch lift without four years ago and it was a wonderful nervy i don't know why we waited long how many callers you're prize winning but that have been made in the movie point how to kill him i'm great talent right i mean that was rate and i absolutely love that book irate about four times seen the movie twice and you're here i can't believe he fires south polar falconing why and they're giving away with all right thank you very much adel two four three thirty three thirty three and this is going to be the third time i have read this email from doug but it it it's a it's a wonderful point and it just adds to this controversy at the chemo because when they decided to pull gone with the wind the decision major show ben hur and doug rights bob i find it very ironic the gone with the wind was canceled all of this show ben her i guess movie based on the romans using slaves to fight to the death and sacrificing christians to the lions is much more politically correct these days and i guess the answer to that is i guess it is more politically correct people there there are so many people in this country who want to act like they're offended by every little thing but as long as it's their position that is offended of care about offending everybody just you know they don't want to be offended based on their.

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