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"benny burns" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"benny burns" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"I have no doubts that the referees were high are technically excellent. We can see that from a data standpoint you know from our expertise is developmental advisors. Which is joey mark. Wunderlich e f rush bennett. Salvator bernie fryer myself and we had success in this business. We can see the talent that we're bringing in and we're very proud of that where we really have to continue to work and something that we hear. And i think in some instances it's been warranted and others not weren't in a of. How do you build those relationships. How do you build those bonds through those mistakes and through the good work through the perceived mistakes. How do you shall we talk a lot about the communication skills looking people in the eye being confident enough that you can tell someone that you may have missed that call. And that you'll get you'll circle back with them and have a more meaningful discussion after. You've looked at halftime or the next time i see you. Relationships are built the strongest relationships. I should say are built through this sense of honesty and authenticity and realness. And if you can't provide that then you can't build good relationships and you can't gain the faith of someone even if you're technically proficient or excellent you will struggle in this league if you can't learn how to be fair with people how to convince them that you're being fair but more importantly can you own your mistakes in a way that allows them to start. Trust listen coaches complained to me and my twentieth year but i believe that we built up good relationships enough and players by the way built up good relationships that while they may have disagreed with this call they come to believe in me and i and them and we're constantly telling our referees that you must be able to articulate your decision through the rule. You can't just sit there and say that's a foul now. That's not good enough. We have we have guidelines on dribbling and plays at the rim. Did it affect speed quickness balance and rhythm and you should be able to tell a player you what i thought. Jeff forearm took ways rhythm and balance on. That play took him off line. And that's why. I had to call the play. And if you can learn to articulate your decisions through the rule book then you remove emotion from your your explanation and you start to gain the trust and we recognize that takes a certain a time. And that's one of the challenges faced with the younger group and we have to then articulate bait. We have coaches text back program. Where every game. howard coaches get to rank. The officials from last night's game that's invaluable in us getting feedback in real time that way. If coach a says this about monty mccutchen monty mccutchen. Koce may just have had a bad night together but if coach a c. f. h l and t in a two week timeframe all say the same thing about monty mccutchen and is the leader. Have to pitch engineer. That and say okay. There's something going on with this referees. Communication skills are playcalling skills and it allows us in real time to develop to develop curriculums for our officials so that they can speed up their grown. The other thing is that we are. We are gown in the geely and i know that. That's not always bleep. But are developmental advisors joey mart. Benny burn A.

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"benny burns" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"benny burns" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Welcome everyone to the John Hamburg Show on, but I'm really delighted to have not only my favorite, but all of your favorite Billy Crystal, the one and only, and Billy a writer, director, actor comedian, everything you can think about, and Billy has a brand new film. Called standing up falling down, and it's streaming right now on who Lulu stars and it's something you want to see it. When you think about Billy's movies, this is different. It's a smaller film, a more intimate film, but I can't tell you how I was touched. By this movie. There's something about it that was so personal, and it has a great cast, of course. Billy, who plays a dermatologist in this movie, who's got a little drinking issue and meats. 30. Something year old would be stand up comedian who sort of runs out on talent and luck at the moment and comes home to live with his parents. Bench forts does a great job and Billy not only stars in his movie executive producer on this and he went back home. The Long Beach, New York to film this, So congratulations, belly. Thank you, Joan. That was your pretty remarkable. You should be like a manager of like a new impeachment of something. He laid the case out so beautifully? No, because it honestly, I'm not just saying this and I've seen probably as many of your movies as I could from when Harry meets Sally, which everyone still talks about. City slickers analyze this. Mm hmm. There's something about this little film. That really reaches out and grabs you. I know it's it's on. I'm glad it's so You know it. Z sometimes call. It's a little powerhouse. But there are no little movies. You know that this one has a big big feeling about it. A big emotion, which is why what attracted to me in the first place to to the script. And And they wanted to play this. This damaged guy. Um, my name is Marty. He didn't have a last name because that's how smaller budget was its first and to play opposite of brilliant, young acting and Ben Schwartz. The first time director who had a great feel for it met Ratner. So when you know when, when it was presented to me was a chance to play. Um, really interesting guy in a movie, you know that had very small budget That was all about the work. It was all about just coming to work prepared every day working with these great young people all I think we shot the movie in 22 days. And you know what? At this point in my career, you you just look for good stories and good parts, and this was one of them. Well, he is a very Marty Ah, very powerful character on his relationship. With a 30 something year old would be comedian. You don't know It really touches your heart and as a parent and he goes home. So live with his parents. You know your heart sort of bleeds with your kid. But why can't he do something normal like where he can make a salary. I think every parent understands that. Mm hmm. Yeah, but they didn't understand. Um Scott's passion for what he wanted to do. Um, especially his father and Marty Soda becomes a surrogate in the short time that they're together in their lives. Um he becomes a surrogate father for him, and Scott becomes a surrogate son for me because I have a damaged relationship with my son was wonderfully played by Nate Corddry. Um And so I think that's I think that's what touches people about the movies. Is that these things? Two very different guys, um, need each other and fulfill it fulfill that need in each other, and there's a little bit of Well, I guess improvement little step forward in their lives because of their interactions with each other. No, absolutely. And you know a following your career for years, and you're growing up in Long Beach. When I was a kid growing up in the five towns of Long Island, we would go to Long Beach every Sunday. Because you could get twin lobsters at Myron and Krinsky, a local restaurant there, Aaron cranky, right. You remember that, And it was a great price off that my family wasn't eating Chinese food in Far Rockaway they were going along peach. Myron crack. It was a long Beach road. It was a great little lobster house. There's another well, now it's pretty famous Peter's clam bar horse, which was just up the road a little bit. Yeah, I know exactly what you're talking about with the twin lobsters. I think they were $8 for the two of them. It was It was such a bargain, but you grew up in a family. That nurtured the kids and encouraged you. Well, they were sort of in the business indirectly, in many ways, you directly might happen and produced great jazz concerts. And that's why I grew up. You know, my my Broadway show was so much about that, uh, 700 Sundays, Sundays and then being with him on the weekends when I could To go to the movies called the Central Plaza on Second Avenue between 6th and 7th. It's now, huh? And why you building? Um And S O, But we always want my two older brothers, and we've way grew up in a really good time, uh, in the first comedy, which was the fifties on television because everything was live. And they were really muscular great comedians. Sid Caesar, Jackie Gleason, Art Carney, Steve Allen, Jack, Benny Burns and Allen. And then later Ernie Kovacs and and on and on and on..

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"benny burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"benny burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This point. Heaven sin police recovered a weapon. The three killed include a 30 year old USC student, a 46 year old apartment security guard. And a 20 year old man at a convenience store. The latest Covad Stats and Illinois contains some good news. The state Health Department reports just over 4700 new and probable cases and 81 additional deaths, But the Illinois positivity rate came in at 7.9%, dropping after a recent rise. In all Illinois has seen well over a million covert cases and over 17,000 deaths since the pandemic began. Dave's one WGN News the covert tracking project, says that there were over 260,000 new cases of the virus yesterday. That's the forest highest days since the pandemic began. On the bright side. It's big drop from a record I have about 293,000 new cases reported on Friday. The number of people being treated for covert 19 and U. S hospitals fell for the third straight day. To about 131,000 Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as a message for those who believe that the covert 19 pandemic is a hoax. Only thing I can point out to people you know who may reject it out of hand. Is that Take a look at what's going on in the hospitals throughout the country, and we have had situations where you're in a state of city or a region where the hospitals are overwhelmed with critically ill individuals, Dr Fauci doing W. G and Steve Dale a short time ago on his show. Has more Democrats call for a second impeachment of the president. More Republicans are saying they don't want to see him serve out the final 10 days of his term, either. Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania has joined Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski in calling for President Trump to resign and go away as soon as possible. While maybe sees this week, Congressman Adam Kinzinger says, I think the best thing for the country to hell would be for him to resign. The next best thing is the 25th amendment. That's why I call on vice president Pence to do it. But as for impeachment, I honestly don't think Impeachments the smart move because I think it victimizes Donald Trump. Still, Kinzinger says, if it comes to impeachment vote the right way when it's when you know, whatever is put in front of me. Ben Thomas Washington Two people were killed in a drive by shooting Andy Scar Field Park that you Scar Field Park neighborhood on Saturday night last night. Police say 21 year old ma'am is driving with a woman and the 30 100 block of West Jackson Street just after 8 30 when people inside a moving dark blue BMW opened fire on the couple. Both gunshot victims were pronounced dead at local hospitals. Investigators say the shooter's crashed into a parked empty vehicle before running away on foot. No one in custody in that case. And a 31 year old man faces multiple felony charges after a shooting last summer that killed another man and woman wounded. A woman downtown 31 year old Charles James is reportedly charged with one count of first degree murder and a number of other charges in the July 19 shooting and the 300 black of North Wabash. James was arrested on Friday on the day of the shooting at about 2 30 in the morning, Police say officers were waved down by two people in a car who needed medical assistance. After being shot A 35 year old man die, did local hospital The 25 year old woman suffered non life threatening gunshot wounds. WGN Sports The barriers head into the playoffs against the Saints later today, Game time at 3 40 other NFL playoff games today. Baltimore in Tennessee's still in progress Cleveland in Pittsburgh tonight game starting Little bit after seven o'clock tonight in the bowls finish their West Coast trip against the Clippers at the Staples Center. They get into action at three this afternoon. Here's a look at your forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Quiet and generally dry weather will continue across the Chicago Land area for the next five days with our next chance of anything significant precipitation wise. Holding off until Thursday. For today, mostly cloudy a few flurries high 34 Tonight we'll see. Cloudy 26 for tomorrow, becoming partly sunny, high. 34 Tuesday mix of sun and clouds high 36 Wednesday Mostly cloudy 39 on Thursday chance of rain or snow. And high of 42 from the WGN Weather Center. I'm my camera. 30, you know hair 30 at Midway 31 at the lakefront 30 in Skokie. I'm Steve Ruxton on Chicago's very own 7 20 w GS. This is so exciting. Jack, Benny Burns and Allen, Fibber McGee and Molly on Lee. The Shadow knows, and one other person knows Chuck Shade in.

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"benny burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"benny burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Well, it's terrific now. So you when you were young? What was that about the time that those Hyman Brown mystery theaters on CBS Key out? Yes, I'm in. In fact. Ah, there's a correlation between my show and Hyman show and I got to be very good friends of Simon Brown over the years and he likes me inner saying Come and some of the other great shows that he put on the air, but His program was in a second run of syndication that and we're talking now about CBS radio Mystery had Hein and that Hyman Brown produced and E G. Marshall. Once the host And that was a five day a week program. One hour a night, and it was in its second phase of indication on CBS on 88, CBS owned and operated stations all across the country, and Hyman decided Ya and be some 31st. 1989 that was going to be the last show. He did. And the president of CBS heard my show. I had a classic radio show on Eastern Airlines. I was like a million slight and he heard me on a flight. Called me and said, I'm going to have a hole in the CBS lineup Monday through Friday on a plug your show in and so 11 90. My show went on the air on the CBS radio network, and that was my big break. So that's what it was that Dick Brescia Itwas Okay, boy, You know your stuff. Well, II was radioed for billboard for number of years. But I remember when Mystery theater debut, I think was 1974 if I'm not mistaken, and at that time I was promoting records and I hated to fly. So I did. It wasn't on any of your Eastern flights, but I would have a drive market to market and I remember the first night I heard that I was probably driving like through Iowa. And it was to the point that I was scared enough that I turned the dome Light on. I realized later that you know, that may be a sitting duck for extraterrestrials. But nonetheless, it was just just absolutely wonderful and and that that was probably as far as some of the CBS network offerings my all time favorite Now when you started it What was it Art Fleming and then stand Freeburg. Yeah, you know, funny story. So Dick, Russia, you know was top dog BBs, and he was in charge of the Mystery Theatre. When that was going away any cats that many said What do you see? Now, let's do the show, so I decided to call the show when radio wass. And you know, and I thought I was going to be the host. So about maybe two months before we went on the air, he called me and said, So, Carl. Who do you want the hosts the show and I said we were talking about on the host. Yeah, any laughed. And he said who? Nobody knows who the heck you are. We need a big name for this is the CBS radio network, you know, and I was so I was, you know, deflated crunch. And so he said, Well, how about Doug with Edward Big CBS News, and so I started working with Doug, but unfortunately, he got very sick. Cancer and so about a month into a month prior to its airing It called me and said, Well, can't do it. So who do you want? Well, I'd like to have somebody more trivia oriented. And he said, Well, how about you know art Fleming and I said, Oh, I love are in jeopardy Fan. And he said, Here's his number. Give me a call. We'll do it, you know. So our knight became, you know, really close friends. And and when art passed away, we hired stand Free Bird and was the host for years and that was a gas. I'll bet working with Stan was just a riot. He's one of the funniest people I know. A new malaria? Yes, truly, truly hilarious. And he really was a genius. I mean, the guy was amazing. I agree, and some of his bits are just a cz relevant today. And I think I think my favorite was they took away our Murray Hills when he was so upset about phone exchanges, leaving so if Marie Yes, that's right, because arm our heels. You betcha. So that that's Ah, That's heady stuff, but I'm sure absolutely once said, you're not the host that That had to hurt on like a knife. Yeah. Mean Yeah, And you know it's interesting. So here you are, as a kid listening to all this old time radio. Were you ever enthralled with top 40 radio at all? Or was that past tense by then? No, no, I really wasn't I was so busy cataloguing all these shows and when I got to be, you know, working with thick Russia, he said. Well, you know, I know you have a lot of rights because that was what I was like a thing. You know all these radio shows and he said, But we have a ton of right. CBS Gone Smoke. Jack, Benny Burns and Allen Have gun Will travel Johnny Dollar escaped. Well, just license you all those shows, too. So that was you know a boon at the time, Because now I had, you know, 60, plus 1000 shows. Thanks to that library. Yeah, great worth it Not being the host. I think one of my other favorites was our Miss Brooks. Which I know was part of that that I would be. Yeah. Ah Thani Garden. Yeah, absolutely. And a ton of great stuff like you say, Burns and Allen. I don't know that it gets better than that. So we are talking with Carl Amari and we've established his love of old time radio will find out about his love of early television. If any of it's still existed by then, in terms of Most of that they weren't on kinescopes, obviously to insure tape had not even come out yet, and I'm enthralled with early television, so we'll talk about that as well as well as the stuff that's on television today, such as on Antenna TV, which brings back those memories, which is what we're talking about. Join us 8888765593. That's 88 88, R, O, l L y e W.

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"benny burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"benny burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Shows each and every month and you're gonna get the best of the best suspense the shadow the Lone Ranger Jack Benny burns and Allen inner sanctum lights out but then as you said earlier you'll get a hidden gem every once in awhile to write which I know you like I did say that leave here though yeah no no another time when we were talking about it he had a hidden gem right once in awhile too so the classic radio club is really a great great club if you love classic radio yeah people say all the time will play a radio show even here on WGN and they'll say you know I don't I don't know that show I don't remember you ever playing that show before and that's what's so fun about the classic radio club as you can appreciate the shows that you know and you love and you can also be exposed to some of the new ones that you really haven't heard before and this is the only way to get those rare gems is from you and the classic radio club yeah really a special a special club that can be replicated no where yeah and I don't just like **** nilly pick the shows for it I really spend a lot of time deciding what ten shows are going in each Mance assortment and people can get you know the show's via digital download sent to them every month or they can get them on five CD's and a collector case what would that mean if you will in million yeah so how does that have being bang boom you know like ricochet elaborate like you just close your eyes yeah put your finger down Eeny Meany mine the mall I don't do that I actually say I let the batter and say look at look at this Bob Hope show it's his last radio show ever on radio or his first shower no will definitely here now how. free Bogart starring in suspense the only time you ever appeared on C. span I guess I really spent a lot of time picking the best of the best but the most important thing is on quality and I was gonna say we also add these copious liner notes they'll give you a little background and history into every show yeah and we're training you to be just like Carl and you.

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"benny burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"benny burns" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Forty three at the lakefront David Jennings in the WGN radio newsroom. And these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN back to. WGN radio theater with. Lisa wolf. Tax from one of our listeners saying here on one hour less, but I'm a classic radio club members. So I could listen to some of my classic radio clubs CDs. Right. It was nice. Not as good as drive, but it's a good alternative. We don't have us. We would love for you to join the classic radio club. Folks. If you're not already a member, and we're listening to suspense suspense is something we put in the classic radio club about every other member every other month because suspense is such a great series. But there's green hornet the lone ranger. We played the shadow Jack Benny burns and Allen you name it. Nick Carter master detective, the Whistler. We have some comedy shows. Like, Fred Allen, you name it. We put it in the classic radio clubs. So if you like classic radio, why don't you try joining the classic radio club. It's only one dollar the first month, and you can get five. Five CD's with ten classic radio shows in a collector case with liner notes. I write sent to your home for one dollar plus four ninety nine shipping and handling. Now. If you want to save the shipping and handling and not get CDs. You just get the digital downloads. It's only one dollar. So learn all about it at classic radio club dot com. It's all there. And we hope that you'll give it a shot. We think that you'll love it. If you give it a try. Yeah. There's also testimonials there from people talking about how much they like being a classic radio club member. So if you like classic radio, you'll get uncut shows, there's no there's no editing to these shows all the original commercials are in there, like thirty minutes long shows and the best quality that I have in the library. And you'll never get a duplicate show as long as you're classic radio club members. So do go to classic radio club dot com. All right..

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"benny burns" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"benny burns" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Sure. But it rhymes with an it's to the tune of you know, green sleeves always doing elva. Funny thing because it's like, you know, there were always Jewish comics. God knows said like Marx brothers Benny burns Berle everybody. But the idea of someone just way you go that guy is a Jew like the others could have been anything. That's right. But it's like he came out, and it looked like some, you know, Jewish account owned it when Vicky cats, I really, yeah. Doing this doing it before he ever Mickey Katz was a clown. Yes. And Alan Sharon is a satirist. Although I Truman has one of my favorite singing voices like famously. He can't sing. It's great. But it's like a great. It's a great voice. But he he he he was doing something even Nichols. And may we're doing great funny stuff. And you knew if you're Jewish you know, that you know, that mother character is sort of but they weren't used. Zing or Jewish names. You know, he was just like. It was just as a maze. Ing American folk and British and European folk music, but we're now we're gonna take it, and we're gonna put Matsu balls in it. Yeah. And. Sheila. By zelda. She took body and ran Taylor took me years. Now, I'm listening to stuff at the age of ten I'm not even Jewish. So I don't get the the cultural reference. See that's the other thing. Belafonte the same who taught us who played that for us. Also, would we would all saying out of the fire sign book of folksongs, which was this kind of at the time kind of famous compendium of folk songs from around the world. So I know all these folk songs and some of them were the ones that Sherman took. So when I heard, you know, he was he was tramping through the warehouse where the drapes stored. Yes that was like. The best word play. I've ever heard great. So then again, there's a gold standard. He's a good writer too. Yeah. Because it's not easy to do that. I remember the songs on that album. No. It's not it's not easy. And and coming up with the idea of, you know. He aimed in any fired with his he he took careful aim with his trustee revolver that edited Edita I shot and he crumpled just like a piece Halbe. What you have to have firing to go there. I remember it little David SaaS kind. Please shut up. Please don't talk. Please talk me first. Then you talk. And that's that's not clever. Just perfect cadence of Jewish guy saying please shut up, you know, great. And the new said the cultural references to the time. I mean, Jackie Kennedy joke which just go over this Jackie Kennedy joke in my zone. How this no it's in downturn. As this one looks. It's it's address a that's it. See how this looks on me. Just like Jackie Kennedy and just your with the audience house. Go wild. Even like, and then you just expre- she ate, it's great comedies wrong with us that this is what you we were listening to when you were six, and I was. That's right in that time period was like they do the top five shown of the week. And they'd be like the Rolling Stones. And then they'd be Barbra Streisand. Fob Dylan and Frank Sinatra and in the in that would be Allan Sherman. Right. Sure. Sure. I think Ray Stevens doing doing a parody song or Umer song. I mean, I guess the first big Allan Sherman. Hit was Hello Mata Hella fodder. Yeah. Or maybe it was Sarah Jackman because there is there's a there's a story that that one they used to every now and then in the Kennedy in the in in Camelot, you know, you'd hear John Kennedy walking down the hall singing, Sarah Jackman now or something like that. How's your cousin Doris? She's with more feasible your Morris. He's nice to. If you have just to your listeners, just just go online, you got this thing, you got this computer now where you can just hear anything you want. Go to listen to Allan Sherman. It's it's the absolute some of the best stuff ever. And everyone agrees alley yankovic agrees talking about. Yeah. I mean, all of us who write funny songs. I mean, I write all kinds of songs, but funny songs are the hardest to right? That's that's one of the kings of it. And you do love play on words in your in your songwriting, which I which I appreciate thank you..

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