17 Burst results for "Cecil B. De Mille"
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"cecil b. demille" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"The body of Joe Gillis play by William Holden floats in the swimming the pool in a flashback joe relates the events leading to his death six months earlier down on his luck screenwriter Joe Tries Selling ailing paramount pictures producer sheldrick on a story he submitted script reader Betty Schaefer harshly critiques it unaware that Joe is listening later while fleeing from repossession men seeking his car Joe Turns into the driveway of a seemingly deserted mansion after concealing the car he hears as a woman inside call to him mistaking him from someone else ushered in by Max. The Butler played by Eric von Stroheim Joe recognizes the woman as Long Long Forgotten Silent Film Star Norma Desmond played by Gloria Swanson. Learning Joe is a writer nor my ass his opinion of script she has written for for a film about Sullom she plans to play the role herself. Joe Finds her script abysmal but flatters her into hiring him as a script doctor moved into Norma's mansion at her insistence Joe resents but gradually accepts his dependent situation he sees that Norma refuses to face the fact that her fame has evaporated and learns that the fan letters she still receives are secretly written by her Butler Max who explains that Norma is emotionally fragile agile and has attempted suicide in the past norma lavishes attention on Joe and buys him expensive clothes at her New Year's Eve party. He discovers discovers that he is the only guest and realizes that she has fallen in love with him. Joe Tries to let her down gently but norma slaps him and retreats to her room. Joe visits his friend Artie Green to ask about staying at his place at Arby's party he again meets Betty whom he learns is already girlfriend. Betty thinks a scene in one of Joe Scripts has potential but joe is uninterested when he phones Max have impact his things Max tells him that norma cut her wrists with a razor and Joe Returns to Norma Norma Has Max delivered the edited Salaam script to her former director Cecil B Demille at paramount amount she starts getting calls from a paramount executive but petulantly refuses to speak to anyone except demille eventually she has max.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on The Dark Side Of
"Now that Hollywood was part of the city of Los Angeles. The alcohol ban was lifted as was the ban on movie studios. There was nothing data could do about it. She was forced to watch three decades of work crumble around her almost immediately future film tycoon, Cecil b demille purchased a nearly inaccessible shack in Hollywood used expressly for filming within the year he'd open. Los Angeles is second film studio, demille would soon become deeply enamoured with Hollywood. He constantly filmed. They're bringing increasing numbers of film crow into the area actors flocked from all over the country to try. Their hand at these new motion pictures, flooding the streets of Hollywood and storming the gates of studios every morning in hopes of finding work. With this, abundance of new labour and new films came arise in alcohol consumption drug use child labor and sex scandals. All smack in the middle of Hollywood. And with the emergence of the movie industry in Hollywood in Los Angeles, so to came the things that always marked the silver screen dreams, and broken dreams fame and idolization risks and rewards beyond the early twentieth. Centuries imagination the dream that became Tinseltown, had captured the country's imagination, and the fundamentalist Christians, scattered around Hollywood would soon be vastly outnumbered..
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat
"How you doing hope you have a nice the fine fried i hope you're cracked a couple of beers at this point or if you're sober i hope you haven't look at that maybe you've got some medical marijuana or some recreational marijuana be careful don't do what that did that do did on cnn with the gasmask unless you don't have to go anywhere for the weekend that's my high recommendation on that we were talking a bit about oprah again she won the cecil b demille award at his words you gave her speech this was at the a seventy fifth annual golden globes and this caused a stir and a lot of people said she should run for public office is a celebrity enough to be president of the united states that is the question eight seven seven three six seven two five two six eight seven seven three six seven two five two six and speaking of these golden globe awards i wanted to talk to you briefly it's not political but it is a little bit well it is i mean everything is a little political these days isn't it but it there is a story about class uh a story about gender and that story is the story of tonya harding and of course nancy kerrigan this movie i tania allison janney i believe allison janney did win the golden globe she is amazing in this film she plays tonya harding's mother i also like her she six foot to i'm 6'7 so as tall people got stay together there's not a lot of us on account that we dive area that's about circulation and that's about that's about uh that's about blood to our heart blood flow do you think tonya harding.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat
"Seven seven three six seven two five two six give me a call i want to hear your thoughts on oprah and whoever else you wanna see getting involved in public life all right i'm ben kesse we'll take a quick break income rybeck hey what's up everyone out warrior happy friday all right let's talk about oprah she won this award the cecil b demille award she was the first black woman to win it with the seventy fifth annual golden globe awards at the beverly hilton hotel you know i never really liked these awards shows a bunch of wealthy people talking to another bunch of wealthy people about how much they love poor people that's basically all the eu's awards are and it's always guided fear ready nonetheless she gave a very impassioned speech at this award a show again winning the cecil b demille award and though rumor mill kicked into full gear regarding a potential oprah run for 2020 let's go to the phones durham north carolina kd is on the line katie thanks for calling in what do you want to say about this potential for the queen for quino to become the next president of the united states how thanks for taking my call absolutely i need to be on thank you i'm excited to have you on it's exciting stuff i'm like i love oprah don't get me wrong fan my mom also kept me home from school to watch over every day it was the best education we could have possibly gotten i know.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"And we are back and it's time for topic number two the golden globes is a wellknown campaign staff or people with presidential ambitions it also has something to do with movies this week oprah was awarded the cecil b demille award and gave a rousing speech here is some of what she had to say the new day is all right as a new day finally dogs it will be because of a lot of magnificent women all right here in this washington i as as important point to make sure that they become leaders who take us to the time when fighting ever has to say me to again all right so i felt i was like we're not going to talk about over for president that's ridiculous she's oprah's an angel but come on this podcast as standards but don't we're gonna talk about it do you feel like she's a viable candidate for president four years ago i'd say no and then look what happened um let's say a bra and that was a great speech and everyone misinterpreted the speech it wasn't selfserving putting herself forward as a candidate she was speaking to society and saying here are some things i think we should do to change it was a well written speech and wonderfully delivered and she's fantastic as a communicator will say oprah's standing on a democratic debate stage and she has a live elizabeth warren to her laughed and she has cory booker to a right have you make the case that rightthinking people should vote for oprah like how do you how does she make the case that she'd be better than elizabeth warren let you could say that elizabeth warren wouldn't win so if the choice is well is to she'd better than donald trump fuck yeah of course you know so is this would boss.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
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"cecil b. demille" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Let us go tell us by the way you should always care surgical gloves on you because you are a doctor i am a gone through and i got a bunch as you mentioned it's the moment ago oprah winfrey after the electrifying speech he gave the golden globes is accepted the cecil b demille award they're now calls all across the country from certain quarters saying that she could and should run for president two thousand twenty including a longtime partner steph ramen who said it's up to the people she would absolutely do it well but yesterday she said she wouldn't yet manning's deb got will over served at heart i think it was pretty tense in the gaza silvia's was your business for a long period of time what do you make though of course she can running of course she could win let of course you never would've said that five years ago no but i think we're now in the era for seventy five til napkin this has have we taken this anybody can grow up to be present donald trump is certainly proven it's all wrong on expectations of what's on these experiences you'll be but i also wonder are we know are we now in the era in which the crush of the information virement right the volume social media what it can do what it can't do these things if you can't live and thrive in that then you probably can't be successful in politics she is clearly ocean at the top of that game so i think she could handle that and we may be an error where only people who've been battletested in information marman can indeed runs so using this is a possibility absolutely absolutely and lots of people are salivating at the thought of her running does absolutely but what she it's not just ovalles got off oprah talk with she's been a very successful business person oh yes unlike who went bankrupt a futile she's many very successful business person she is a ton of respect on both sides of the aisle why not but i have a public service announcement yes i think the more we all talk about people like oprah one in or these people could beat donald trump though.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on Nightline
"No way b lead you visit women are you here we need us who take us to the time when fighting ever has to say we too again it was very powerful it was very impactful it was there's no one else who does oprah like oprah eight peru is the greatest communicator and television in the last fifty years it's one of the many things that hollywood admires for four they recognize that oprah is the best storyteller of her generation and we're that comes from is this phenomenal ability to communicate this amazing capacity for empathy and for displaying it on television as me to in times up sweep hollywood they echo message with oprah has been fighting for throughout her career i wanted people to be responsible for the energy they brought to me we all have hopes and fears and dreams we all want to be our best faouzi want to leave our best live and oprah reminds us of that a living example of overcoming obstacles power of one voice of what can happen if you dare to drink everybody i know could wondering if she began to articulate last night you know a path that involved rejection and bullying and seen as being insufficient she was constantly marginalized and put down as a young person and she strove to change people's minds about her and she succeeded as oprah became the first black woman to receive the cecil b demille award she reflected on history as she made recalling herself watching portuguese ninety sixty four oscars for best actor it is very wrong jeremy two moment his tie was flight and of course his skin was black and i'd never seen a black man being celebrated like that when she talked at the golden globes last night about sitting portia ain't thing this moment of ham on pressing the academy award and what it meant to her i think that she's been that same figure for a lot of other men and women lodge in what is the host of the podcast making oprah on.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I don't know how exactly like i love oprah and everything i'm still getting the worried about the sola cecil b demille thing can't get over that well the other big news we're the pair well yeah max patty gotta give a c past recipients of basically to cecil b demille with all these award daring as well he would forever i believe yeah i think his muslims have you have to give us whoever won what were you know yeah sooner or later they needed the reason why we like the first academy awards assist system this is just a publicity tool is still does the publicity to for movies because at that time europe they wanted to make sure that they were competing with european films like it for the world market you know mmhmm and so they wanted them uh you know to bring publicity to hollywood and route truthfully the the two world wars is what separate white why hollywood became the biggest movie center of the world because of soap protected i mean like the french and german you know movie industry is wiped out and then rumored to bloom so that the great once billy wilder escape from hungary to come to america's that's how we got than the world talent that's an interesting because they're your everyone knows it as it pertains to the atomic bomb crank things like that the ah kicked out the jews we took the smaller ones and put him over the plan work on the the bomb byron of ambron yes varna was let's see what this nazi can do okay he guy he gets in we let him in meryl streep last year denzel the year before clooney and fourteen in woody allen you you make a fair point mahatir point right the outs interest that's in chicago and even the cloning when i go women and enough he's got the may i gave it the narrow and those guys boiled clooney has done enough but then it's sort of.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"I mean just air oprah speaks out to young girls in cecil b demille award speech just so much heroism so much heroism speaking at a room full of other rich people who are forced to agree with her by the news cycle about thing because if they told than will accused them sexual abuse or being complicit in it i mean it the thing that speaking truth to power is it it would be good to do that when there is actual risk involved she was the most powerful person in the media for the last twenty years she did not say a thing about this happening in hollywood offing and now she's being used is the point person on this she's the queen bravery he's like roger goodell saying he's taking the lead on concussions i keep using that because it's the best example i can think of it's like the president of penn state saying he's taking the lead on child sexual abuse you can't do that it's just ridiculous it's hypocritical in ridiculous and again i agree with everything she saying i agree but we're why she six months ago and not even that long ago hey here here this is the part that really drag nipple so she actually compares women who are being victimized in hollywood to a woman who was raped by six men six white men in 1944 black woman raped in alabama and the guys we're not prosecuted ford here's here's she's talking about it in 1944 received taylor was a young wife and mother she was just walking home from church service sheet attended an avocado alabama when she was abducted by six armed white men raped blindfolded by the side of the road for to all women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on Here & Now
"So is oprah running for president last night the golden globe she gave a rousing speech some say campaign speech as she became the first black woman to accept the cecil b demille award for lifetime achievement dressed in black as most were to show support for those is speaking out about sexual harassment and the hollywood foreign press association which holds the event also celebrated women top winners were frances mcdormand and her film three billboards outside ebbing missouri then ladybird big little lies the handmaid's tale the marvellous mrs mazel all stories about women also one and pierre tv critic eric diggins was watching hi eric card so oprah winfrey here she is last night addressing women's speaking out about sexual harassment what i know for sure is that speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have and i was specially proud and inspired by all the women who have felt strong enough and empowered enough to speak up ensured their personal stories and each of us in this afterwards longtime boyfriend stadmann said hey if people want her to run for president she would absolutely do it and we heard our colleague domenica montenero politics editor say you we should take this seriously year well you know people wondered if the sounded like a political speech i'm not so sure about that i do think it was inspirational and i think it was motivational and you know oprah is sorta known as america's biggest motivational speaker right early and i think she knows this is a crucial moment for show business where we have to see if all this talk about harassment and abuse and in solving those issues in hollywood is a moment or a movement and i think she's trying to push hollywood into making it more movement and supporting this movement and creating substantive change in you do that by going to people and really inspiring them to to to address this issue substantively and a you know when oprah says the times.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Let's creepy had is to it comes out if you very stressed out or something i know i've had shingle i had on my forehead yeah mm maybe all right all right now i'm about to die let's move on danielle all right so let's talk about the golden globes last i have diptheria you go right ahead okay he almost everybody wore black the golden globes to sport women's equality it was the first major award show since all of the sexual harassment scandals and oprah winfrey she accepted the cecil b demille award for lifetime achievement and she gave an incredible moving speech for to all women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men but their time is up two so when all the girls watching hearing now to know that a new day is rising am new day dan because of a lot of magnificent women many will of them are right here in this room he did make sure that become leaders who take us to the time when fighting ever has to say me to again we level from my lender you man you know it even though it's not as glamour's is the golden globes we all wore black to work today that's right at their worst some awards actually giving us golden globes like big little lies one and award a couple of other things won't awards but of course that wasn't the the big message for the evening so betty white is going to be ninety six years old this month how 'bout that nate gilo sums on she credits longevity to being an optimist and focusing on the positive she also says he has a diet filled with vodka and hot dogs added girl.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on Up First
"The show us night she did and you know it she also made history she became the first african american woman to win the cecil b demille award and that's um an honor that's given by the hollywood foreign press association and this year sh sh our in her acceptance speech she talked about empowering women it was really the big moment of the night so one all the girls watching hearing now to know that a new day is all rizal and a new day no way dawn's it will be because of a lot of magnificent women many will of them are right here on this deny i didn't make be gone the readers can take us to the time when gliding ever has to say me to again and of course all of that immediately started a swirl of speculation online and at the awards show about whether or not oprah winfrey the media mogul might run for president in that she has been mentioned before so the mirror probably some people who are looking for a moment which will be on a stage saying something that they would feed that speculation ideas right oprah for 2020 that's what they're all saying npr's mother lido bargo covering the golden globes last night it sounds like a really powerful evening muddle thanks a lot we appreciate and thank you okay that is up first for today monday january eighth i'm david greene and i'm steve inskeep start your day with us here tomorrow remember also you can subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts and you can rapists and review us on apple podcast and we appreciate you're listening to up first you can find more indepth coverage of the stories we spoke about today and a lot more on npr's morning edition that is the radio show that steve inskeep rachel martin and i host you can find morning edition you can find your npr station by going to stations that npr dot org.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Tombstone is on the capital property it was donated by a uh a a nonprofit organization but the nonprofit organization did so with funding from men in connection with the cecil b demille oh correct error that's certainly number one number one or display number two is a courthouse k k o not the capitol building a courthouse inside the courthouse is an exhibit and an exhibit is entitled uh the precedent legal code upon which the civil and criminal codes of the state are found uh that exhibit has initially just the ten commandments uh but then after a lawsuit an an injunction uh the ten commandments the magna carta the declaration of independence the bill of rights the lyrics to the starspangled banner the mayflower compact the national motto the the preamble to that states constitution and a picture of lady justice that's the one breasted a woman with the uh blindfold over her eyes at the white house point of order sheet as to breasts wanted his latest tricks grows your exact does what yeah there's one good one on one covered gag equity one one that you must use your imagination now okay so we got these different things yup those are those are the two things broke do you think that those two displays are different in the constitutional sense and if so why are murderers i think so okay i think one given by a private organisation and i don't agree that either of them should be in loud but one donated by the cecil b demille a nonprofit film thinking magic is probably o k.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Protected alleys whites as you could anyway they go up there each is cured bring the checkbook they get up there they were the bill around like she's what are you doing here he says one getting snowed on let me into building they go in and people are peaking around the corner is when we all your knees she uses with walker's and an old people and young kids are alleys heart and he says i heard this on the television read rabbi she was absolutely right but if i could just make it to to december any shows how much money do need to make it to december rabbi says and he turns you're going to shed light at check out and kill witnesses who i make it out doing killer vi and rallies says i don't know make it out the jews i don't know who these people are and and the rabbi given the name of the home and everything inmates that the cheque right because she's alley he's got to become alley again after his arrest by the czech it's like cecil b demille is in the whole you only everybody on stage for the exit seen alley goes for steps turns poised said about branches nick you get it from the to stay got a lot of money well the true story is uh i i made a promise shut i will be i'll tell you this the czech wish six rigors that that was alley and i saw him do it again and again didn't always forbid us kilroy be any to to bring reporters your cameraman any should sometimes you get right this that was only alleyways should guy you and i matured i like to think and grew up alley did not mature alley evolved you went from one position to the next not because she was flipflopping but because you is learning uh people you know he wars embassay he wasn't a sinner he was will hamad ali and that was enough for most people i will tell you one more thing.
"cecil b. demille" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood
"Food drinks and entertainment was they would be greeted heartily at the door by john garfield though jack cars all bette davis or lauren bacall could be taken on a tour of the place by cecil b demille who charles lota or myrna lawyer jean 10 the hosts in hostesses could be joey brown or charlie chaplin boris karloff marino o'hara or trees awry you could find yourself being served drinks at the bar by shirley temple oh katherine hepburn or joan crawford who james cagney by you open dishing up the food ronald koeman barbara stanwick bob hope rita hayworth and robert mitchell in the kitchen louis armstrong might be leading a makeshift team of cook such as rain milan sydney greenstreet laurel and hardy in francs in archer as they made armstrong's famous homemade put washing dishes was paulhenri humphrey bogart charles boyer angela land brilliant lord rain the band depending on which nigeria attended to be led by glenn miller duke ellington jimmy dorsey the list was end and performing for the man the most glittering array of talent hollywood had to offer fred astaire and ginger rogers series the marx brothers doris day bill bojang goals robinson gene kelly jack banning aberdeen costello and the andrews you one year after today opened the counting welcomed it one millionth guest sergeant cow who was escorted proudly in by marlene dietrich and awarded a kiss by betty grable much of the club's organization was taken on by bette davis ourself we worked out a rota ensuring that there was always at least a handful of bona fide hollywood legends in attendance each night.