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Snubs and surprises from this year's Golden Globe nominations

The Big Picture

04:55 min | 4 months ago

Snubs and surprises from this year's Golden Globe nominations

"The globe. Nominations happened and boy. They'd seemed a mess. How do you feel hi. How are you feeling about words and being back. I guess i'm glad to have award season back though isn't it. We can discuss specific to these nominations. I feel a little bit like charlie brown with the football because every year we talk about make fun of the hollywood foreign press association. And let's be clear we're going to continue to make fun of them. They are traditionally. It's a small group of international journalists. Who do not have a lot of renown really know outside of the fact that they are in this mysterious priests small group of people. They really like celebrities or their definition of another other thing. We'll discuss and their star fuckers and they give nominations to people they want in a room rather than a merit or at least our interpretation of merit. It seems like to win an award. You just have to go to as many parties as possible and then think the association from the stage. We know that there are always bad. Choices always mysterious traces. We're always like what is going on. Who are these people. Why do we do this. But i would say even for the hollywood foreign press association and even for a film here had some challenges aka pandemic theaters being close and far fewer films released unusual. These are real embarrassing. And i woke up just being like. Are you serious. We have to do this again. Like come on yeah i. It's hard to know we've gone through looking glass or not some of these. I think we're fairly standard and expected in their plenty of movies that i'm sure we'll be talking about when we get to the oscar nominations in a couple months but there were a handful of nominations. What what. I will generously called the surprises. That just took my breath away. That i i think even in my wildest dreams i could not have imagined the fbi concocting so. Let's just talk about them because this award show is happening really soon. It's february twenty eight. It's gonna be hosted by. Amy poehler and tina fey. It's going to be on nbc. And so we're going to actually having awards season to cover for real for real. I think we have to start with the jared leto nomination for the little things. This is probably the single biggest. W t.f of this collection and it's funny because when we talked about the little things on the show last week i think we both walked away from the little things thinking. Jared leto is pretty entertaining in it. And maybe rising to the challenge of this camp script and that being said i. I never considered him. A worthy report surprised to see this nomination. I enjoyed watching him in the little things in the context of the little things which was not a film that worked at all and so at least someone was doing something you know and i was talking with friends about it. There's like a really a nice like vintage. This is bad feeling to the little things that i found pretty comforting. You know it's like it's not like someone just made a twitter thread into a movie on an iphone and like someone wrote a script and they tried to do this old ninety staying. And then jared leto is doing the weird villain and having too much fun with it. It's like i know what's happening here even if it's not working and and i'm glad to have it back. I do not know that it needed to rise to the level of golden globes ovation especially because the golden globes supporting category does not differentiate between drama and comedy in some of the comedy. Nominations things get wild. But that's because you're kind of you're filling it out there some extra slots. A lot of people didn't get nominated in supporting actor. Jared leto like weird joke of serial killer. I think he's right. Can we talk about that for a second. This is dangerous rabbit hole to go down. I have no idea. The truth is. I don't know i think you're meant to believe that he did. Not if you haven't seen this movie. Sorry for spoiling it for you. It's unspoiled in many ways because it has an ambiguous ending of sword. I- i- i- jared. Leto obviously is has won an academy award. He is a very famous person has been celebrated. He's also like kind of a joke. You know like. I really enjoy him as a performer. A famous person. But he's kind of a joke. I mean he's he so Has all of the pretensions. And absurdity of the method actor who sort of you know pulling pranks on his cast members by trying to get into character and so outside and so masking his beauty all the time with these ridiculous roles you know like in the little things that character has like a is is fat and walks with a limp and why it's just pure actually affect nation and the role is actually affectation and the asia was impressed by that or impressed. By the idea of having jared sit in on their award show. But jared. Leto is not tom hanks. For example someone who did not get knocked out.

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

06:44 min | 6 months ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Love that one. Yeah i was. It was amazing and your father had feelings about how cartooning was never considered an art form. Like when you went to museum. Yeah absolutely he is gonna create cells beneath them as far as you know compared to a true artist and so forth I think he's changed that perception though now in the louvre number one was the highlight of his career. I think that any other highlight of his career is to take peanuts and put it in outer space you know one point on the apollo ten mission the mission before landed on on the moon capsule called snoopy and one called charlie brown. Listen the old tape. Like hear them say that. So when you think of nasa in this just mind blowing to me. Think of in the nineteen sixties and nasa astronauts. What you wanna call your capsule and they could deal with you know biblical things mythology history any number of thousands of knit terms you come up with and they decide they wanna call their capsule. A lunar lander snoopy and charlie brown. If that isn't like the highest honor you could ever get in your lifetime. I don't know what is wonderful. I think at under sells them away to just to refer to him as a cartoonist sites. I said before. And one of the great humorist our time the twentieth and and authors and authors and storytellers champ. And i hope both of these books. We had john to talk about the batman book. Sadly one of them was was Was out of print i. I hope that i'm going to hope that both of your we're we're not a video podcast but the books are visible behind chip on his shelf. I'm going to hope that these books are still in print and still available. So let's let's by all means promote them a well. Yes so the the two latest to peanuts books. It's the ones called. Only what's necessary. The art of charles m. schultz and designed the new one is the peanuts poster book. And i'm actually going to be doing virtual event for the schulz museum next thursday night I believe it's either seven or seven thirty east coast time Of and that's going to be regarding the poster book and we're going to have Visual component to that and and We will promote that on our social media and get the word out. A mentioned to your your collaborator jeff. Spear and again the great charlie kochman. Yeah these are. These are books that should be read because you really get. If you're a fan you really get the experience. Not only do you get these wonderfully nostalgic feelings about the old strips but you you you really see the journey of this of this artist and the storyteller overtime and as i said it's also wonderful to see his confidence grow yet. His and his hand gets stronger and more and more confident as he starts to come into his own as an artist. And maybe maybe buoyed by by success. Yeah you have a strip. It's impossible question. I know but it d- do you have a favorite strip. Well all right. And then i'm going to ask craig same question so you get to think about it all right. I have a sort of sound bite answer to this. But it's a very early strip from the fifties and it's it's just four panels in its charlie brown patty and so in the first panel. Charlie brown has bought a wastepaper basket at the store. And you know and patties. Like what would he have there well. I bought a wastepaper basket at the store. Oh it's in a bag. So he takes out the wastepaper basket from the bag and crumples up the bag and puts it in the wastebasket great. And that's the final panel g it's handy to have a wastebasket like that and it's just and then lily tomlin stole that in the sixties is part of her routine or she either stole it or got the exact same concept but still for the best but she tells the story. Yesterday i went to the store. And i bought a wastepaper basket. And they put it in a bag. And when i got home. I put the bag in the wastepaper basket. And it's just this bizarre commentary on consumerism. But again like it's like for schultz. Did it in one thousand nine hundred fifty one or two and it's such a great idea and simple and but like deep. It's crazy i i'm reminded of the movie moonstruck when when nicholas cage tells share that he's in love with her and she slaps him and she says snap out of it and i remember snap out of it is from from from peanuts strip. Yeah blue lucy screaming. Snap out of it. As part as part of her cure as part of her cure for his for. Charlie brown's depression is the strip that stays with me and it's not necessarily a sentimental one. But i think it's one that that that sums up the charlie brown lucy relationship and i think it's a sunday strip is is when charlie brown is desperate to get the job. Nick trader joe slobodan. Big guys noticed at lucy opens up one piece. Been trying for months. He's been buying every trading card pack in the store desperate to get anybody who ever collected trading cards bubblegum chromatic. I did knows the pain of this. He's dying to get yoshua bottleneck. Lucy opens up. The one. Pack ever bought your schlabach creek any offers to trade every player that he has also i love the strip to because it reveals your dad's love of a major league baseball so he offers her a jim bunning at willie mays and hank aaron and a pete rose and every every panel after panel after panel. She doesn't want to part with it because he's kind of cute. Do you remember this. And he tries every card every offer. He exasperates himself. And finally he just sulks slakes out of the last frame or the next to last frame saying my whole life. I do anything for a card. And he's out of the frame and lucy in the last frame looks at the card and she says he's not. He's not as cute as i thought he was. And toss it in the trash and that.

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:39 min | 6 months ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Getting ready playing with dad worthy the tickets so we don't have tickets for wimbledon's john john backwards over there he goes. What is the players lounge and standbys. He said the players lounge awesome village. Incomes kim comes by little spark you come on upstairs and he starts. She starts introducing everybody and in no time. He's handed all these tickets to all the different matches and stuff and we're like we're like in and And that's what you his celebrity deleted the draw spin what they recognize. The world would open up for him but he. He wasn't one kind of pushes celebrity. Anybody yeah it's fascinating in a way. This is this a gentleman who listens to this show. Craig name vw radley. He says he's from your hometown. Creggan his family have lived near my hometown for years. His stat and stepmother were neighbors of my brother-in-law he remembers. He has a memory he wants to know. If you remember this of peggy fleming and the vince garelli trio showing up at the ice rink. Does that we had it with you. Know there are certain opened in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine in the the early sixties. The localized serena at got condemned because of water damage. So my mom was sitting in bed with my dad one night and she says you know we need to give santa rosa kids an ice arena in. My dad agree to do that. And they built what became the reparation in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty nine. We had peggy fleming was olympic champion. Come in opening ceremonies. And we've still seen her to this day comes in and we'll see her every day and then girl d played and we bill cosby we had liberace we've had all the great entertainers planetary serena. I'm reminded of of snoopy's crush on peggy fleming wine in the in the industry. You mentioned that whenever you want me to celebrity in this world building king he would put their name in the comic strip in invariably would contact him so there was somebody who wanted to meet slipped the name and the comic strip and then he would wait for the phone call to come up. That's great gilbert. You've got to steal that. Put somebody in your ac craig. What is what is life like for you now you. You're you're involved Tell us about your your duties and your responsibilities with creative associates and and you oversee a lot. You oversee the ice rink and and many peanuts related projects in santa rosa. Sadly it might. My career was in aviation basic instructor. My own air. Taxi service. And i flew my dad's private jet whenever you wanted to go somewhere though the business or golf or whatever else and you know. My career ended when he passed in two thousand so then the family got together. And we've decided you know who's gonna oversee this company. And since i was the only one in santa rosa the rest of the area. I would oversee and pass on to them. That sorta stuff so myself and jeannie dad's wife. We collaborated on the oversight that the thing and years went by i did a lot of different venus project for fund. Raisers stuff around the community and trying to keep it in the spotlight And that's when the idea for the movie came up and my son just graduated from film school and he had had sold a film to spielberg and and and so forth and i approached him with the idea said hey what do you think of this idea for film. And he said well dad. You need to do this this this. I was a little off on it so said would you want to collaborate so him and his writing partner. Neil yano came up. And i paid them for month to sit down and try to create this story which we did. And then we approach you know fox and And sold it to him and again that was trying to get there trying to drive people to the strip and in giving to read. And i think i think a lot of that. Everybody kinda reinvigorated in japan and japan was always our biggest market And there's a huge resurgence in japan and now certain takeover in china. So i didn't i didn't want the comic strip end up is nothing more than a simple t shirt and that's kind of the of was going. We just had something characters on t shirts. And i was so disillusioned that because madonna rinse so many bits of genius and that comes over fifty years people not to read. That was disheartening to me. So whatever i can do to drive back to the comic strip and give them to read it. That's my objective. That's a good one. Well congratulations. I think with seeing how much the movie made and how popular it was. I think you've achieved it. Would you doing other projects. Like i'm reading about these things. These christmas. The christmas tree drove and p grove. Excuse me and peanuts on parade and outdoor movie in halloween events. You're organizing regular peanuts related events. I mean obviously not in cova but when this thing finally lifts my dad put on a on probably named the kind of the greatest show ever. In every christmas he would have still top olympic athletes. Come in the top entertainers and ice skating and on a show for like a month. Well after he died we kept hearing you. What are you going to bring up the show. Ramco show well. He had the budget. The i show. I don't have the budget to the ice show so my wife and i decided. Why don't we give back to the committee. Let's create these specialty events that are free to everybody in the community so we had like halloween. We had well leaking up spoke. We set up a big screen outdoors and people would watch the great pumpkin on the big screen outdoors trick or treat trail and then we had a big easter egg hunt during easter and valentine's several celebration day national where people come with their dates and skate and talk and everything else and and reinvigorate their love so we did a lot of that for you. Know ten or fifteen years so the community and they're were nice because you'd see people literally people come down the street and they put their hands of offensive looking through the fence. Think was going on and you say well you can go in. That's free to go in. And they gotta go home and tell my mom that and they'd run home and bring their parents down. They come in and sit down and watch the show so it was nice to to give back to the community. It's nice to keep all this alive and tell us i assume. The museum is is not operating during covid but but will will reopen at some point. Yeah definitely were up at some point. Sadly at is sorta shut down. They have limited next number of people for a while. But just as of tomorrow night were shut down for another four weeks so everything we open has to close you know we opened a back up and then it shut down so we melted. The is something. Put the ice backup and now we gotta shut it down again. So that's been a very frustrating. Push reading and people should read about the museum. They can go on the website and learn about it and learn about everything they can see their. And and as i say when this when this chaos of finally passes people who love peanuts love schuldt should go. The museum is absolutely beautiful. It's it's so it can't wait. Oh well done. It's it's the best thing is what's interesting. Is you actually get to go. And see the comic strips the way they were drawn because the reality of it is and this is so disheartening to my dad. Compared to a regular an artist or artists a typical comic strip would be taken from original size. Which is probably a bite in each panel sent to the newspaper printed on the cheapest qualities you could ever come up with struck down to one inch by one inch and the average person read it for four seconds and then it ended up at the bottom of a birdcage. You know if you're an artist that's probably most insulting thing you can ever do with a piece of art you've created so when you go to the museum and you literally see the arbery created and you can see the pennsylvania before he put the ink down in the the full scope of you really start appreciate is ability to do these things and yeah again. I watched him for years and years and years. It used india ink. And don't think i ever saw him splatter india the way charlie brown does when he's around his letters. I.

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:48 min | 6 months ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"It's so iconic that invariably somewhere across the country someone will take a tree out and put it by the side of the street with one red bull bonnet. he'll sit there and then and day by day invariably. That tree will be decorated. And become charlie brown's christmas tree and it happens every year some place. It's this the most amazing thing and it just shows the legacy of this. The powerfulness of this movie that people are willing to go out and bring these armaments out to some stray loan. Poetry be decorated. it's taken on. Its own life. And i got a flashback. Now this is going to the charlie brown halloween of the running gag of them like looking at through the halloween bags going. I got some chocolate cookies. I got a rock the things that stay with us craig. How how pleased was he with the final result and did the show become a staple in in the schultz household. Christmas look back. I literally have zero recollection of watch watching that show as a child. I mean i was throwing came out but you know. I think back to release the peanuts. Movie is a big hollywood vet. We have blimps flying overhead with a penis movie and thousands of people down there. You know. I think. I think the expectations from the executives at cbs. It'd probably downplayed it in his mind. But i don't recall at all any kind of a viewing party for that. Come out. we did watch it every year. I think his favorite and my favorite and i think most people agree that their favorite show was halloween special because of the vibrant colors backgrounds are. Obviously you know. Snoopy taken to the air was so spectacular there that That that l- links roy's mind is kind of the best one ever made. I think yeah you credit to sing the movie. I mean you know you said it was a risky It was a risky venture from the beginning. And i you know kudos to you because you had to tell a new story but you also had to include plenty of nostalgic moments. You have the ice skating scene that it opens with a lot of snoopy and red baron stuff. That must have been a difficult compromise. I have a new story to tell. I have new new generations of fans to introduced this and yet i have to. I have to give a nod to the people of my generation who remember this that way without a doubt. That's that's so from the beginning. The original concept of it at the end probably took me ten years to get that done and when you say was it risky for me. It was terrifying from out of numerous levels number one. The family had always said that we would never do a movie. We didn't ever want eight. The risk of doing a bad movie. So in creating this thing i had to. You had the scornful look of my brothers and sisters and family members in genie's family and everybody else beyond the fact of the people at fox and blue sky and everybody else so it was very very risky to do. We spend a lot of time a lot of heart trying to we need to and then again you're dealing with the classic things. Everybody wants to hear. They want to hear the girl day music. They want us. Yeah it was really a tough balance to get all that in there and still tell a new story youthful job. Yeah it's beautiful to look at it. And i told you those we've talked on the phone. I told you those flying scenes the world. The flying ace scenes are absolutely breathtaking. It's like an amusement park ride. It takes you somewhere doesn't for me. You know the beginning sequence that we came up with where you're asking you literally go into combat ship. You live in the comic strip for the hour and twenty minutes. And every time when i remember the first couple of hundred screen my theater when when when they go from animation to my dad's hand-drawn in the scripture because across the screen. I would just be volunteers. It was so imagine. I can imagine i wanna ask to about about the The lifelong collaboration not lifelong. But many years. That that that mendelssohn and and And bill melendez and your dad stayed together. Your your dad couldn't imagine working with other people and doing it differently now. He said i still bill. How unforgettable bill bill with someone you never forget. My dad loved going down and hanging out with bill and l. a. And we would go out and shoot guns and it's interesting. Because i remember when i went down there was thirteen. Fourteen years old bill craig. Today we go shoot me. Bill had a collection he had a collection of like over a thousand guns. He had guns from the revolutionary war. A civil war while we go out we were shooting shotguns at clay pigeons and stuff and build a tremendous. I i think he shot like twenty four to twenty five and then he took me says craig. Now we will go. have root. Beer freezes day getting a root beer freeze the bill and to this day i still order repair freeze and every time i order one. I think bill. He's he's just somebody just stuck with me for a lifetime missy tremendously are you in that documentary that that That your dad made with with mendelssohn in sixty-three absent sitting there in the back of the of the station wagon with all the other kids. Okay the other thing that kind of holding me they get to be the voice in any of the shows but of all the kids in the family the friends and the only kid that never got his name in the comic strip about i. I never got my name in there and and your father said that he thought james thurber was a great artist because he said like you know it's different that there are some cartoonist. Who are not great artist but it just comes across the feeling of it. I think are tending changed. I mean he opened era of the big elaborate cartoon strips. Were you drawn. Every panel is a huge work of art terry and the pirates and yeah then chairman and then when he came around and he did his you know super simplistic scripts and like i say we sixties my chip said also became the minimum and everything disappeared and perspectives changed and so forth and from that day on literally every cartoonist. Say they oh a bid of contrast to my dad because he infl- influence their car ships in the commerce has changed ever since and again. There's some people who passes for example co wrote a peanuts special of me and he admits that he he literally can't draw in pearls before swine he goes. I can't drop but what he has. Great little stories to tell so. I think the industry has changed quite a bit. And i remember there was a comic strip. That was a total satire. On dick tracy and i think was called fearless. Dick yes oh that was out cap in little abner very very good our friend. Marc avenir said. I saw i was watching. A documentary said craig. He would have loved to seen the looks on the faces of those cbs executives. Yeah that's a great story. We will return to gilbert godfrey amazing colossal podcasts. But i allow word from our sponsor guys remember.

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:11 min | 6 months ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Thanks peter robbins just so captured. I don't know how much direction meant a mill melendez and lee gave him. But i you know it's it's it's the closest thing to me. You agree with this chip as as a lifelong reader of the strip to to what charlie brown should sound like. Although craig i heard you say that when you first heard them you've thought i have different voices in my head. These are these. Don't sound like the characters that i've been envisioning i. I would be willing to bet that almost everybody did that. Because you know whenever we read something in a book booker whatever. We typically kind of sub vocalized our minds yet. So i've been reading that comic strip for years and years and all of a sudden you hear the voices unsound why charlie brown has been my head for ten years now or five whatever it was and now it's ingrained obviously so now the gold standard right now. Of course roberts was the gold standard. You know it's funny. Like whenever i read a book and like later on the book they'll say something like he pushed back his red hair and i'll think no no no. I was fantasizing this character as having black hair. You know. it's like when you read something you picture the character in your mind exactly chip. Talk about the storytelling. In charlie brown's christmas you know watching it from the perspective of a writer you know with. there's a lot said about the economy of of storytelling and schultz's strips. Watching the christmas special. And craig this is fascinating you get you get so much. Laurie get so much story in the first four or five minutes so much established you get lionesses blanket and lucy's judgment about it. The charlie brown is is depressed that he's that he's disillusioned about christmas. He doesn't get any christmas cards in his box. You set up the psychiatric booth. Everything is right there at the outset. What i always loved the utter absurdity of lucy directing quote. The christmas play and the christmas play is a bunch of kids dancing to jazz misplaced. And she's like. Isn't this great play. And charlie brown's like no nothing about christmas whatsoever. She's like no it's great and then what and of course. That's that's the thing that animation can do that a comic strip can it can it introduces movement and time and sound. But it's so absurd. It's so ridiculous and then you have one kid who's head just flops. From side to side which is such a brilliant little chess church and then people throw their arms up like christmas. It had nothing to do with christmas. That is hilarious. I remember that now so well would be just kicking now leg up e-eh earn per spastic. Moon larry storytelling is very artful though and very very economical you get and you get. Sally is writing the letter to santa and she's trying to shake him down for cash then tens and tens twenties. You know again. It's it's it's. It's so innovative. And it so a gutsy for kids show to beat to be dealing with these these themes i remember as a kid you know as a child thinking. I've never seen anything quite like this to recognize. The interesting thing is that my dad was by no means a screenwriter and actually saw think i had a copy of the original script for charlie brown christmas and my house before burn down and it was literally three pages on a yellow note. Bad thing tell the story. But charlie brown crispus the same thing for pumpkin. They're very very simple stories. That had created and collaborate with leeann bill on these things and create a show that these days would be done obviously much much more different than professional screenwriting software is amazing itself. So he was. He was multi talented between the common his vision to try to do other things and he continually did other things. You say. he wasn't a writer. And yet i wonder if he knew instinctively watching the lioness passage. It's it's essentially the climax of the peace. If you don't have that because because it's charlie brown moving through this world looking for the meaning of christmas and linus just says effortlessly well if that's all you want to know. I'll tell you the meaning of christmas. Charlie brown don't if lights please. And it's so beautifully done as you said before chip it so understated But if you don't have that in their craig and maybe your dad knew it instinctively. You don't really have anything. You don't have a payoff. you have an emotional payoff. No but there wasn't the point of where he would have thought her know they've been enormous. Today you would have all these executives come in to you and saying well you know how about the people that don't do these characters. Are you going to create the exposition and define who they are you know. He assumed that everybody knew. What the characters were you know. Then they start saying well. Where's the inciting incident. You have to have an inside insight into now. What's the art from this character. And that character you start to develop at all along. Those lines of the movie becomes a different story. In those days he had a vision. He knew he wanted to create and he did it his way and he did that through most the shows. He was really really really hands on on. What what. I call the big three. You know christmas. Pumpkin then thanksgiving and after he makes that whole speech then all the kids stress up that like we rotten tree and you'll see his like beautiful. They show be four like they tried to put the star on top and makes a whole tree fall over. And but it's really a touching moment that the kids stress up that tree. It's very smell. It is and i league years later. He asked if you watched especially closely. You'll see his green tree sitting there and they keep coming by. Chartering starts growing branches. And i asked lee years later. I said well you guys doing that. Purposes that are exorbitant. Test street was going to have a relationship with charlie brown. Because now that just happened with the animators. They'd just kinda changes changes on his own. Chip i get. I get emotional when i'm watching the miracle on thirty fourth street. And they the last shot and they see santa's cain leaning against the fireplace get emotional in the last moments of. It's a wonderful life. When when harry proposes a toast and says to my big brother george the richest richest men town and i get similarly choked up and i watched it again last night when linus makes that speech and especially when he says on earth peace and goodwill to men and i i all these years later i've been watching it for fifty years craig. I still emotional. Well in so powerful and so is everybody else. I mean look at this punch reaction to to to what just happened and people people want to see this on television and they want to see it. You know like it's like it's broadcast all over again. It'd be Means something to them. And it's a ratings winner every year like yeah they could watch it on dvd. But they don't wanna do that. They wanna see it on on real tv to me. The kicker was always when charlie brown hangs the red bulb little tree falls over. He says i've killed nieces. Oh i killed it. I everything i touch gets ruined any eats links off. It's just like oh. Wow it's almost like saying i've killed. The tree is almost like melendez saying we killed peanuts..

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:13 min | 6 months ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:13 min | 6 months ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"On those characters premiered on cbs. Show that aired. Abe were years since and been seen by under ten million of viewers all over the world. That tv special was a charlie brown christmas. And we're here to pay tribute to it as well as the beloved scrape and it's legendary creator with our two experts. Greg schultz is the son of peanuts. Creator charles showed says well as president of creative associates the company that oversees old peanuts content. he's also the co producer in col- rider along with his son. Brian a two thousand and fifteen critically acclaimed the peanuts movie as well as the screenwriter. For be not shows that will air in two thousand and twenty one on apple. Tv plus cheap kid is an award-winning designer. Editor pop culture historian and silk. Describe peanuts nerd as well as the author of numerous in showed books peanuts. The art of jal zim schultz only watched necessary jeld shots and the art of peanuts and the release spoke the peanuts poster collection. Frank denier excited to welcome to the show arts. Second holiday episode of two thousand into one eight great shows and shape kid gentleman. Welcome there either chip. Welcome back craig. Welcome for the first time while my wife. I think that totally sums it up. What else is there to say. Be here. He came bearing a gag. I love hanging onto that show. Funny how how how how peanuts those cartoons have influenced that you just have to make that sound of and everybody knows worldwide. Every kid knows that when listen to their schoolteacher since you did that craig win. Was that decision. Ultimately made was that dads decision that was done was done based paisley in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven at a show called. You're in love charlie. Brown were The kids had to talk listen to the teacher and they had been scrawled. You was doing all scores to those shows. And he broke his trombone out and it just started going in literally created the language in the movie. We ended up getting trombone. Shorty out of louisiana to come out and we practice with him for about a couple of days to get him to be able to convey language through the trombone which is really interesting prospect and he was super excited to do that and It came out really well. Yeah it was fun to see that again in the peanuts movie and i had forgotten it and tell us about the music and the music. Everybody were members. Well the music classroom and sadly from we'll stick with iran christopher. Now you know it it was done with. Vince crawled and this is the story. Goes that lee. Mendelson was listening to Bits corral de in the monterey concert and he was playing. Cast your fate to the wind which is similar to this on the became linus and lucy and as soon as he heard that he called my dad upbeat soundtrack for the charlie brown christmas and no one even considered on jazz at that point in the studio. Didn't they never did like it. But for her that soundtrack and just immediately connected it with the peanuts characters and the feeling for the show and they got vince on board. And you know. Sadly vince died in the seventy six. At a concert story goes advance was playing a concert. Went back to the hotel room to take a break and he just dropped in the hotel room never got to go back and do the second set. A great talent chip. We'll talk about the genesis of the show. And we'll we'll talk more about about vince for all the chip. Do you have a vivid memory of seeing charlie brown christmas for the first time. I know you're a guy. With good memory recollection of your childhood. Abs- absolutely just. In retrospect i just the whole story of how it got made. And just like craig just said like. That's that's amazing. I never knew that. Want want what was. was vince. geraghty on trombone. That's so cool. fantastic. But i i remember like the the silence at the end was just so unlike anything that i had experienced like with bugs finding and certainly or certainly like batman like the the use of silence In that in that show was was really remarkable and and the fact that there wasn't a laugh track with so with so important. And i i these. These are things that i recognize in. In retrospect as as a four or five year old. You're just sort of mesmerized by by the story and what you're seeing but There's just so many aspects of that of that show that we're just so groundbreaking and all sorts of things that we kind of take for granted now but these are all things that like scared. Cbs to death. I think what was great was was the left track was never really on the table. I mean it was. It was assumed it was summarily dismissed. Oh yeah my dad lay down. Ground rules the movies and he wasn't going to give up on it but i guess the one piece of trivia but none of you know that this show would have never happened at a not been for an automobile realized that the ford falcon wants ford falcon. Said this show never would have occurred in the story. The story goes obviously. Cbs executive saw the ford falcon commercial and went to lee and said hey. Is there any thought of you. Guys ever make a christmas special and lease it will certainly so then league goes my dad up the next day and says guess what i did. I just sold a charlie brown christmas. My dad goes. What's that you're gonna write this weekend. And they pounded the show out in no time you know and got it made and six months. Yeah six hundred two mazing. And what does the tidal peanuts mean. That's a sensitive area. It might be another show. David hated that name and again that got ran by executives in new york when he when he sold the strip after running around the country for years this'll united feature syndicate and they didn't like little folks has little was what he wanted but now is used by another cartoonist so they ran a by a room full of people in their in their offices and somebody came up with the idea peanuts and they loved it and ran up on my dad and my dad hated ever since. Then you'll notice when you go back through enough male starts off with peanuts and midway through the early a years as says peanuts featuring good old charlie brown. My dad always one named the strip out called good old charlie brown so he kinda thought if he put it in there long enough they consider a flip it over and renamed the strip goodwill tony.

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"charlie brown" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

"And i i was you see all sides of things. That's a really good point like nine or like yeah like everyone is totally convinced about this. But actually there's a different side to this so i guess i could see it that way. There was something really striking to me about seeing linus as a five because just the pure raw knowledge and the value of that had never occurred to me before right and win. Charlie brown is all wrapped up in his feelings and convinced that everyone hates him. Lionesses perspective is. That doesn't matter you know. His perspective is that doesn't matter. Here's the here's the big picture. And he drops it. But i could see i could see a non doing the site nine. Absolutely would do that and he would have five. Just always be there all the time following him around a really good point. Yeah it's a really good. So they're like and he's a buddy and he's he just he hangs out with us so nice brown and he's just there and i think five would be like Your feelings are a lot for me. And i'm gonna go home so you don't think a healthy though there's something about a healthy five right. The just says the truth right. Yeah yeah. thank nonce. Got six in stress and three in growth which makes a lot of sense. i think. Yeah minuses a nine. I mean he carries around comfort objects thumb discomforting. That's true that's really nice okay. We'll nuns and five. I think can be useful to force fisher but probably nuns really. Yeah is there anyone else. We need to talk about and that show pig pen. There's like these dirty kids that's big. Okay how do we feel about pig pen. I know a lot of them. I put that he's also four. No did i know. I put easiest seven pigpens a seven. Yeah he doesn't care. He's not interested in like the impact of his. Yeah wild thing about.

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"charlie brown" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

"Because there's not any graham types. you'll get that joke. You yeah all right. We both decided that we would do this. Not on the air like come up with our nine words not on the air because there's nothing more boring listening to people say i'm a lot and try to think of things. Yeah and then like edit sentences like goodness. So i have mine. You have yours. We're doing. Charlie brown's christmas i. What are you have as your words for nine. Nine words of charlie brown is sad about christmas and wonders. Why ooh that's good. I like that open ended thing i struggled with whether to include the ending in these and by the way like probably probably we're going to spoil everything. We talk spoiler alert for everything. I don't want to have to worry about spoilers. Just why would you listen to it if you haven't watched it yet. Just watch it so in determining whether or not i go from beginning to end or just said the setup i basically just decided whatever fits the artistry what. I'm trying to do so in this. One i did boy is sad but he just needed a reminder. That's mine isn't it crazy that there's a christmas special where the entire plot is. A boy is sad and it's it's an iconic christmas special. it's the one it's belt one. Yeah yeah it was. I can't remember the last time. I ever watched charlie brown christmas so i was watching it with new eyes. And wow it was a lot as you like it. I did. I think so. Yeah i did when you say it was lot i mean. That's that's what does that very strong very strong first of all. You don't see a lot of things where it's like a child dealing with seasonal depression like he's literally is like using the word depressed and he's like i am depressed and i don't know why that's not a very common thing that you see and the anti like commercial is like theme throughout can also just say like the extent of the meanness of his friends. They are brutal is really hard to yes. I was shocked. It was unbelievable. Yeah but it felt very away. It felt real. It's almost like that's how he feels about. How people were reacting like the moment when they all laugh at his dumb tree And they call him names one after the other felt like a nightmare Like felt like a nightmare moment and the show like it didn't feel exactly grounded in reality but it felt real right. It felt like it was truthful to what he was thinking and the ending was so it was just such a sharp like pivot from all treated him like crap the entire movie and then at the very last second. They're literally like you blockhead. Charlie brown and then they then they're all friends and so on. It's very weird. It's very weird and it's hard to explain like why anything is happening. And i actually like watch this for the first time through the length of the nba graham this year. And i've watched this every year. Like is by far my favorite movie and i think we'll talk about why but like watching this. Look i'm just gonna let the cat out of the bag. I've always felt the charlie brown was four. I think everyone sees this coming. that is. that's big fact. I was bowled over by some other. Revelations person i'm excited to talk about this because it got me thinking not just like it got me first of all it made me feel better about this segment. it's called. Let's type the people in this thing about more.

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Charlie Brown (MM #3531)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Charlie Brown (MM #3531)

"The minute with kevin mason often say we don't appreciate things until they're gone. One of those truths just came up this week when it was announced that pbs. Would be airing. The charlie brown thanksgiving and charlie brown christmas shows for one night. Only one showing only this year a couple of months ago apple announced that they had picked up. The charlie brown thanksgiving christmas shows for their apple. Tv and for the first time ever. It wasn't going to be on broadcast on cable. Tv people freaked out now. Of course i pay attention to these things. And i kind of look every year. The charlie brown thanksgiving and charlie brown christmas tv ratings over the years have gone down steadily. They still do okay. A lot of it depends on what they're up against. Not necessarily it being a tradition so at least apple relented worked out a deal with pbs. I think tomorrow night. One showing only the charlie brown thanksgiving and then coming up and like december thirteenth on a pbs channel. Near you you'll be able to see a charlie brown christmas. You don't appreciate until it's gone to you.

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Charlie Brown (MM #3531)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Charlie Brown (MM #3531)

"The minute with kevin mason often say we don't appreciate things until they're gone. One of those truths just came up this week when it was announced that pbs. Would be airing. The charlie brown thanksgiving and charlie brown christmas shows for one night. Only one showing only this year a couple of months ago apple announced that they had picked up. The charlie brown thanksgiving christmas shows for their apple. Tv and for the first time ever. It wasn't going to be on broadcast on cable. Tv people freaked out now. Of course i pay attention to these things. And i kind of look every year. The charlie brown thanksgiving and charlie brown christmas tv ratings over the years have gone down steadily. They still do okay. A lot of it depends on what they're up against. Not necessarily it being a tradition so at least apple relented worked out a deal with pbs. I think tomorrow night. One showing only the charlie brown thanksgiving and then coming up and like december thirteenth on a pbs channel. Near you you'll be able to see a charlie brown christmas. You don't appreciate until it's gone to you.

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Charlie Brown holiday specials will air on TV, after all

Memphis Morning News

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Charlie Brown holiday specials will air on TV, after all

"Less than a week away. What's all the commotion? We've got? Another holiday to worry about. It seems Thanksgiving Day is upon us. Have you finished eating while my husband Candy? Yeah. Holiday tradition for many across the US those Charlie Brown holiday specials on TV in October, A lot of folks were upset when the Charlie Brown Halloween special didn't air Now, Apple TV and PBS say. Ilir both the Thanksgiving and Christmas specials featuring those peanuts characters. Charlie Brown Thanksgiving set for Sunday night, Charlie Brown Christmas airs December 13th

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Charlie Brown holiday specials to air on TV after all following Apple, PBS deal

Mojo In The Morning

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Charlie Brown holiday specials to air on TV after all following Apple, PBS deal

"Apple. Tv plus and bs have announced a partnership to bring a charlie brown thanksgiving an entirely christmas back to network. Tv i think it was last week when i said we're not gonna see it this year or maybe it was couple of weeks ago You have to pay for it if you want to see it. But no so alongside their debuts on apple tv plus a charlie brown thanksgiving will also air for free on. Pbs and pbs kids. Same goes for a charlie brown christmas. The holiday specials will also stream ad free. hd on apple tv. plus now. I know a charlie brown thanksgiving from your yesterday if you do have apple. Tv you're gonna get it for free next week for a couple of days and charlie brown christmas will join the apple tv plus streaming library on december four. So glad they apple. Tv has it in four k so we can watch that nine hundred sixty five and the soundtrack that sounds like it's recorded in my closet.

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Charlie Brown specials to air on TV, after all, in PBS deal

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Charlie Brown specials to air on TV, after all, in PBS deal

"It's the great corporate reversal Charlie Brown apple is changing its tune on a pair of popular holiday specials it's gone from grief to good for Charlie Brown fans in October fans were shut out from seeing the free broadcast TV version of the great pumpkin Halloween special featuring the peanuts gang that's because apple TV has the rights now I decided to run it on its own subscription service fans were defined the show was pulled away just like Lucy used to do to the football whenever Charlie Brown approach for a place kick now apple has bowed to the backlash it has teamed up with PBS for ad free showings of a Charlie Brown thanksgiving and a Charlie Brown Christmas the thanksgiving episode airs November twenty second the Christmas one December fifteenth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Charlie Brown holiday specials will air on TV, after all

Cronin Agency

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Charlie Brown holiday specials will air on TV, after all

"After Ah, huge backlash. Nobody puts Charlie Brown on streaming. That was the cry from viewers after Apple TV announced their new deal. With the Peanuts gang. But after backlash, the streamer announced that the subsequent Charlie Brown holiday specials will return to broadcast TV, but not to ABC or even CBS. The Charlie Brown. It's Thanksgiving. What's that Got to do with anything? TRAVEL brown Thanksgiving and a Charlie Brown Christmas Will air and free on PBS and PBS Kids on November 22nd and December 13th respectively at 7 30 Eastern. They will also be available to stream on Apple TV, plus this dream or picked up the rights back in October that will allow for New specials as well. Michelle Pelino Fox News. Four WJR News. I'm Marie

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Charlie Brown: Apple Will Share ‘Peanuts’ Holiday Specials With Public TV

This Week In Google

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Charlie Brown: Apple Will Share ‘Peanuts’ Holiday Specials With Public TV

"Has announced that even though they own all rights to the charlie brown specials they are going to Let the peanuts holiday specials on public television charging for. I don't know i don't know but i'm glad because it felt bad that If you didn't have an apple tv subscription you wouldn't be able to watch these kind of classic peanuts episodes so i'm glad that there are going to put them back on broadcast. That's a better place to put them. No dolley madison ads though but The zinger with that's the way. It

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Charlie Brown fans upset over 'Peanuts' holiday specials moving exclusively to Apple TV+

Ace and TJ

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Charlie Brown fans upset over 'Peanuts' holiday specials moving exclusively to Apple TV+

"None of the Charlie. Brown. Holiday specials will be shown on networks this year yesterday. This is crazy because apple TV or apple plus has the the ownership rights to all those Charlie Brown holiday specials. Let the Great Pumpkin Charlie. Brown there was a Christmas one but those are staples of like Friday Saturday nights during the holiday season those Charlie Brown holiday special but apple's going to have them all. So Apple TV pluses actually the name of it so you can still watch it but you have to have the business move, but it's it's just sad that they're not out there as readily available. Yeah.

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Charlie Brown holiday specials not on TV this year

Tom Sullivan

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Charlie Brown holiday specials not on TV this year

"For the first time in six decades of Charlie Brown holiday specials will not broadcast on television. Instead, they're heading to Apple TV plus Every year, local stations announced the much anticipated air dates. Of Charlie Brown Halloween. Thanksgiving. Ah, Christmas Charlie Brown Christmas specials. But they've air on ABC for at least the last 20 years before that, the aired on CBS But, um In order to watch it. You've got to sign up for Apple TV.

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Apple TV+ adds classic Peanuts specials in time for the holidays

Geek News Central

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Apple TV+ adds classic Peanuts specials in time for the holidays

"Apple TV ads a classic peanuts specials in time for the holidays. non-subscribers can watch episodes for free for a limited time peanuts. Great. Christmas stuff is stuff. Do you want your kids to see peanuts? Specials are always fantastic? Sore the little ones how long's peanuts these peanuts specials out Charlie Brown. So. Apple TV plus subscribers constrain the first. The three specials is a great. It's the great. Pumpkin. Charlie Brown starting today. Then November Eighteenth Apple Start Streaming Charlie Brown thanksgiving before making it available to everyone then number twenty seven, lastly a Charlie Brown Christmas dirt streaming in December fourth. Ali It's only that won't be free during the holidays. So you have to have an apple. TV. To Watch this.

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Roll Over Beethoven

Classics for Kids

05:27 min | 10 months ago

Roll Over Beethoven

"Hello I'm. Naomi. lewin welcome to classics for kids. For some reason, maybe because he was such a genius, Beethoven seemed to be the butt of jokes than any other composer. Not all the jokes have to do with music but some. Your parents and grandparents probably know the song roll over Beethoven. Chuck, Berry originally made it popular back in the nineteen fifties this version by electric light orchestra even quotes Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. That's not the only popular song to use Beethoven's fifth. A disco hit from the seventies is even named for a fifth of Beethoven. It's no joke than in World War Two. Beethoven's fifth took on a whole new meaning back. Then important messages were still sent by Telegraph using Morse Code and dictate the DOT is Morse code for the letter. V. After British Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared a campaign called V for victory. Of The BBC British public radio started playing the first four notes of Beethoven's fifth before all news bulletins. A. Beethoven. Never married but after he died someone found a very passionate letter, he had addressed to my immortal beloved. No one knows who the immortal beloved might have been but turns up in. Beethoven joke that takes the fifth. The joke goes that the immortal beloved was threatening to leave Beethoven because he didn't pay enough attention to her Beethoven said, that's ridiculous. You are everything to me. You're my life you're my inspiration and she looked at him and said me. Everything your life your inspiration ha ha. and. Then there's the joke about a man who's wandering through a cemetery in Europe and stumbles on Beethoven's grave. He's very surprised to see Beethoven sitting up in his coffin furiously erasing his music. So he asks excuse me Mr Beethoven what on Earth Are you doing and Beethoven snaps back can't you see? I'm decomposing. Bits of Beethoven also turn up in amusing ways in movies, and that's not even counting the movie about the dog named Beethoven and the sequels Beethoven's second and Beethoven's third. The Beatles one of the most famous rock bands ever made a movie called help that uses Beethoven's music. When the Drummer Ringo gets trapped by a snarling tiger from a German zoo, his friends tell him. Off To do is famous Van Hoven famous. Got Up on talk. and Beethoven puts him appearances in musical theater to. All through the music man, the phony professor Harold Hill claims he could teach kids to play musical instruments using the think method. The PC wants them to think is Beethoven's MINUET IN G lie down. A. Live. My favorite use of Beethoven in musical theater comes from you're a good man Charlie Brown based on characters from the peanuts comicstrip. One of them is the piano playing Schroeder who idolizes Beethoven as Schroeder plays Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Lucy tries desperately to get his attention, but you can tell it's not going to work. I'm sure Beethoven would be amazed at all the places he's popped up.

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Roll Over Beethoven

Classics for Kids

05:27 min | 10 months ago

Roll Over Beethoven

"Hello I'm. Naomi. lewin welcome to classics for kids. For some reason, maybe because he was such a genius, Beethoven seemed to be the butt of jokes than any other composer. Not all the jokes have to do with music but some. Your parents and grandparents probably know the song roll over Beethoven. Chuck, Berry originally made it popular back in the nineteen fifties this version by electric light orchestra even quotes Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. That's not the only popular song to use Beethoven's fifth. A disco hit from the seventies is even named for a fifth of Beethoven. It's no joke than in World War Two. Beethoven's fifth took on a whole new meaning back. Then important messages were still sent by Telegraph using Morse Code and dictate the DOT is Morse code for the letter. V. After British Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared a campaign called V for victory. Of The BBC British public radio started playing the first four notes of Beethoven's fifth before all news bulletins. A. Beethoven. Never married but after he died someone found a very passionate letter, he had addressed to my immortal beloved. No one knows who the immortal beloved might have been but turns up in. Beethoven joke that takes the fifth. The joke goes that the immortal beloved was threatening to leave Beethoven because he didn't pay enough attention to her Beethoven said, that's ridiculous. You are everything to me. You're my life you're my inspiration and she looked at him and said me. Everything your life your inspiration ha ha. and. Then there's the joke about a man who's wandering through a cemetery in Europe and stumbles on Beethoven's grave. He's very surprised to see Beethoven sitting up in his coffin furiously erasing his music. So he asks excuse me Mr Beethoven what on Earth Are you doing and Beethoven snaps back can't you see? I'm decomposing. Bits of Beethoven also turn up in amusing ways in movies, and that's not even counting the movie about the dog named Beethoven and the sequels Beethoven's second and Beethoven's third. The Beatles one of the most famous rock bands ever made a movie called help that uses Beethoven's music. When the Drummer Ringo gets trapped by a snarling tiger from a German zoo, his friends tell him. Off To do is famous Van Hoven famous. Got Up on talk. and Beethoven puts him appearances in musical theater to. All through the music man, the phony professor Harold Hill claims he could teach kids to play musical instruments using the think method. The PC wants them to think is Beethoven's MINUET IN G lie down. A. Live. My favorite use of Beethoven in musical theater comes from you're a good man Charlie Brown based on characters from the peanuts comicstrip. One of them is the piano playing Schroeder who idolizes Beethoven as Schroeder plays Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Lucy tries desperately to get his attention, but you can tell it's not going to work. I'm sure Beethoven would be amazed at all the places he's popped up.

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CRISPR Office Hours with Hamid Ghanadaan

CRISPR Cuts

06:57 min | 1 year ago

CRISPR Office Hours with Hamid Ghanadaan

"However presently the new thing in everyone's lives is over nineteen pandemic most of us are working from home and a distinct to this new non but we know it is difficult especially for scientists whose daily routine is to work in the lab and now they after transition to award from environment so in this episode. We're going to do something. Different can have a crisper officer session a platform to come together and discuss the impact of Covid nineteen on science and scientist Kevin Harlan head of signs at Santiago and additive empathy. Vp of marketing. It's Anthonio will host the session and our special guest is how Meka Don. Ceo of the Liners Group. I hope you enjoy this episode and feed supported by the scientific community despite being confined to homes right now so let's get started. Good morning everybody. We're all actually working from if you will but more likely in reality were trying to work in poem through a crisis pandemic so my name's Kevin Holding I'm the head of scientists go so hopefully this'll be the first of many of these weekly chats we can do. We'd like to engage you. The scientific community and people working specifically either genome engineering or maybe a working in a different area science just interested to talk to us and let us keep you company through this time so awesome. Thank you hi everyone. My name is Hamid Gone. I'm the founder and CEO of the strategy and insights firm. Linus and we are focused on the life science and health and wellness industry and we provide insights and strategy and innovation for this industry. And I'm delighted to be here with our friends at San Diego and to participate in this crisper office hours. I'm very passionate about science and looking forward to seeing what I can provide to help. Everybody get through this time. Great thank you to meet in elementary myself. My name is empty and I'm the VP of marketing Ago One of the biggest reasons why unbelievable scientific community is just the power to invoke change the power to really push humanity forward and while we are in a pandemic. I feel this is one of those moments where we can get together as a community as humans and make a difference so as we're going through this there's actually some interesting things that meet in. His team have done in this pandemic to really understand the community. What we're going through in. How can support one another? Do you WanNa take a moment to start off with. That means. Sure I'll just very quickly tee it up so as all of these stay at home. Guidances and shelter in place guidances. Were coming out in the early half toward the end of March. My team decided to deploy a global survey about what's happening in how the life science community is feeling. And so I'm here with the initial results of that to share with your ten season and going forward and Kevin is going to ask me some questions about it and we're just gonNA share some of the key findings with all of you and will go from there great. Yeah Actually Hamida difficult question. Actually I about Linus the company Wide You. Call it minus. Thanks for asking. So I'm the founder of blindness in the company is almost twenty twenty four years old and I was looking to pay homage to one of the great scientists that had influenced me and my life who is Linus Pauling. And there's a couple reasons why he really stood out to me as somebody who is really unique is that he is the only scientists to win two unshared. Nobel prizes one for his work in Chemistry and then the other one. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for his anti nuclear proliferation. Work and also what's unique about him is that he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for a body of work that he had done not for a specific experiment and so he really struck me as somebody who is a renaissance person. And so I WANNA pay my loose on mosh to Linus Pauling and so and the name. Linus is easy to say. It's simple and I really liked it and so linus it is. I was hoping be Charlie Brown referencing there but I guess you know it's funny. You say that when I was doing research on the name it did invoke a lot of Linus Van Pelt. I think is the name of the Charlie Brown character and what I found is. I didn't know who this character was. I had to watch a whole bunch of Charlie Brown to figure out if this is a good person or not and I. I found him to be graded. He's he's a wonderful person. When people make that connection with Charlie Brown they actually remember the name of the company more and even if they've never heard of us they think they've heard about so. I thought it was all positive that that connection exists in even though that wasn't the original intention or the inspiration. I'm all very happy about it. Thanks for thanks for sharing that so I would say probably a lot of our audience. They're here most of them. I would assume are working from home. And they're not in the lab right now and so many of them actually will be genome engineers who are utilizing crisper for a bunch of different reasons in their research. Can you maybe tell us what inspired you to do this? Poll specifically now that we're entering this pandemic. Yes so my colleague and President Kristen Apple and I were actually on March twelfth on our way to a meeting here in Boulder and we received a call from the person with whom we were going to meet and that person decided to cancel the meeting and within a matter of minutes many of our meetings got cancelled and so we decided that we needed to find out what's happening within the life science community and to provide this information for the community for all sides of the community so the so that we can all understand and anticipate what's happening and more importantly for people not to make decisions based on panic or anecdote and so we want to provide at least some grounding on what's going on and what to expect so that decisions get made and better decisions get made and maybe even opportunities arise out of this. Pandemic that was the original impetus behind. We moved really quickly so I mentioned we had this experience on March twelfth. We launched a survey on March thirteen and we had an initial baseline so march thirteenth was a Friday and we had an initial baseline by the end of the day that Monday. And then we've taken to time points since then and we're going to publish the Knicks major time point at the end of next week so we're starting to look at how this thing is progressing within the life science community in what the community is doing. Great maybe when it started in and start talking about the work that you've done so we were able to gather just over a thousand respondents for what we're calling. The baseline study almost two thirds of the respondents were academics or working in university and then the remainder work in a variety of different institutions. Many of them private business like Pharma Biotech. Cro's and manufacturers of other

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Lee Mendelson dies; brought "Charlie Brown Christmas" to TV

WBZ Afternoon News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Lee Mendelson dies; brought "Charlie Brown Christmas" to TV

"Who Lee Mendelson the producer who changed the face of the holidays when he brought a Charlie Brown Christmas to the television screen in nineteen sixty five has died on this Christmas day hit eighty six Mendelson wrote the lyrics to its signature song Christmas time is here his son says he died at his home in California of congestive heart failure after a long struggle with lung cancer a Charlie Brown Christmas one in imia Peabody and airs on TV every year Mendelssohn and his team created more than fifty network specials for feature films and many other peanuts projects he also took other comic strips including Garfield and produced a dozen TV specials I'm Julie

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Lee Mendelson dies; brought "Charlie Brown Christmas" to TV

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Lee Mendelson dies; brought "Charlie Brown Christmas" to TV

"Mendelson wrote the lyrics to its signature song Christmas time is here his son says he died at his home in California of congestive heart failure after a long struggle with lung cancer a Charlie Brown Christmas one enemy of Peabody and airs on TV every year Mendelssohn and his team created more than fifty network specials for feature films and many other peanuts projects he also took other comic strips including Garfield and produced a dozen TV specials I'm Julie Walker

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Not every aspect of peanuts is drawn from Scholtz own experience. You know if you take the character. Franklin for instance he was introduced says the Comic Strips First Black Character. This was in July of nineteen sixty eight and this was just a few months after the assassination of MLK junior yeah. It's amazing that's fifty years ago this year and and and this is based on reader suggestion right. He that's right at the reader was a mother of three name. Harriet Glickman men and she wrote the shelves just a few days. After the death of Martin Luther King and now in that note Glickman noted the power that mass media has to shape what she called the unconscious attitudes the two of our kids so she has scholtz to add one or more black characters. Two strokes and this was so that children could see that respect and friendship was possible between people all of all races and was pretty moved by the idea but he didn't add the character immediately. He was actually a little bit nervous. That the move might seem to be patronizing harnessing to black readers but glickman continued to correspond with him over the course of several months you know he decided to change his mind on this and on July. First he wrote to say that Glickman's should watch for the new character to appear by the end of the month which of course he did and so does show suffer any blowback from from this. When when the stroke comes out well you know you had some black readers that did argue that Franklin was a bland character and therefore somewhat patronizing but in general readers? Appreciated the added representation as well as you know how kind and worry free Franklin was compared with other peanuts kids. But it's still. It was undoubtedly a tense time for America Erica for an artist to debut what was essentially the first minority character in a mainstream comic strip. But other than this brief exchange were Franklin mentions that his father was a soldier in Vietnam. There's really nothing. Overtly political about his inclusion like Charlie Brown loses his beach ball only to have it found and returned to him by a boy named Franklin Glen and then the boys decided to build a sand castle together which is of course very sweet. Yeah but they're definitely a bit of backlash from this. You had several newspaper editors from southern states that wrote to shoulder demanding that he stop using the character or at the very least that he avoids showing Franklin in school with the other white characters which is just mind boggling to think about but his response was pretty straightforward. So here's what. He told an interviewer years later about the incident. I never paid any attention to those things. And I remember telling United Features President Larry Rudman at the time about Franklin. He wanted me to change it and we talked about it for a long while on the phone and I finally only side and I said well Larry. Let's put it this way either. You print it just the way I draw it or I quit. How's that so that's the way it ended? I mean that is so awesome awesome. And it's nice to hear that. Despite whatever reservations he might have had at the beginning scholtz alternately went to bat for Franklin this really big way. Yeah and you know I know. We wanted to talk about an earlier occasion. Schultz butted heads with upper management. And this time about what this trip should be called but before we get into that. Let's take a quick break..

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Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Brian Good Morning Komo how you doing excellent and you know the we talk a lot we talk a lot about the regional programs and Maryland millions last week and they got the Ohio people this week and you know go back to the end of the Press Kyle season we had the two year old and Pennsylvania obviously people are taking advantage of the opportunity to to race in Pennsylvania and drop their foles absolutely and as you know the great news it came out this week is that Pennsylvania's up twelve point five percent in mayors red when I look at the number because I did a a you know report myself of say how come we're only twelve point five percent well there was a is a mix up with the uptown Charlie Brown I looked at him he had one mayor Brady actually had seventy three Mares Brit and they straightened that out there apparent elitist mix up the jockey club so that was straightened out yesterday so be add his seventy two on there we're actually twenty four percent over over last year and actually I think we're we're probably going to be up a little bit more net whenever he says everything said and done but you're right I mean Optical are are are GonNa go where the program is the is is the best and I think one of the most important the things is the collaboration we have with the horsemen groups at at the retraction Pennsylvania you know they they're very good about helping Pennsylvania program and You know we paid out over thirty million dollars eight years in a row looks like we're going to be had that number again this year so a lot of good things happening NPA the advantage for those that you know the track this kind of information and it's ebbs and flows I mean there's there's programs that a that have had trouble all you have to do is look at New Jersey and whenever there's uncertainty mayor owners breeders whether they're breeding to race or breeding commercially. They're going to go where they can plan ahead and nobody wants uncertainty and ah that that really has been the continuity and there were some there were some concerns about the the money that that comes toward the the breeding and racing in Pennsylvania that bloomer those those fears were allayed though and and you know the state stands Harrisburg understands the benefits of supporting the program given what it does for the farm community and all the trickle down economies correct we three years ago we put the Racehorse Development on in a trust Why don't sweat say we legislate Peter's put it in a trust and so people are now confident that that money is going to be the air because you know like you said you know commitment is in for a year your commitment coming in it's probably five or six years and the getting some you know some more running in you know you're seeing that with the with the new standards that are coming into Pennsylvania I mean with the opportunity the Warriors Reward Uptown Charlie Brown's doing Doing fantastic uncle Lino peace and just this we just Dr Solomon at Pin Oak Lane form Just ince contract for Normandy in Beijing becoming in another tap it so you know things when when people are confident that you know programs on the right track you know you'll see you'll see that by you know the uptick in the Palm Mares bread and and home owners coming in the mid Atlantic we talk we talk on a regular basis this summer and into the early fall with with Alan Norman and the match series and we had a Lotta conversations about Virginia and the the reboot of of racing there and there's you know there's really kind of an inter- intertwined network really for for people that that race in the mid Atlantic I mean with all the the various program awards that breeders and again whether you breathe a racer or you breathe to sell it folded in Delaware certification and Virginia certification and then if you dropped your foal in Pennsylvania Oh my God it oh you I've I've said this a few times can you can literally win a purse and all the awards could be seventy five percent over and above what you want is a purse right I mean you can you can look at that horse was bred by peasy Patterson and Vicki so we call Paul who WanNa Delaware certified the stake a young won a couple of stakes in Pennsylvania a bread I mean you just you know you can't ask for anything better what run down the awards we haven't talked about this in a long time what are the percentages and are they structured well Both breeders and owners benefit from the plan are free your award for maiden made races is fifty percents are a breeder that's horses twenty five percents so we're taking care of them to any other races the Breeder Award Forty Percent Twenty Percent for others owner bonuses up to forty percents at parks and twenty percent of pen and thirty percent at Chris Kyle we have hundreds of restricted races every year we just put in a waiver of Maine claiming So any maiden want us I'm sorry not any meaning Clinton but at at Penn gene maiden claiming race it's twenty five or higher you can waive the claim if you have a PA at parks it's the maiden claiming twenty where you can waive the wave the claim when we wanted to we wanted to give our breeders and opportune unity to get back some of that money that they put out and they're harder time and effort before the horses eligible declined because as you know in Pennsylvania decent Pennsylvania bread boom that's suckers gone and we we also have have discussed you mentioned call Paul who's competed at the highest level but the the string of Pennsylvania bread great at stake with there's and Breeders Cup runners winters I it the whole program has has just gotten better and better given the quality of bears that the state has attracted and these are successes that kind of feed on on themselves and you mentioned Pinot there's there's any number of people that that understand these dynamics and are going to take advantage and that's why the mayors are showing up and it's a boon to a farm operators in the breeding operators absolutely I mean we're we're breathing we're seeing an increase in the number of foles and also an increase in the quality. I mean we have Prince Lucky running tomorrow and a bold ruler we have mirth that pre entered in the the only American her while we have daddy is a legend who ran a nice racer yesterday a tune-up for the matriarch stakes so you're seeing you know you're seeing this happen you know to eclipse award winners last year Shamrock rose and Bella Unique Belvedere before finest city year before that so you know we're just you know we're we're we're we're

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Secrets of Apollo 10

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Secrets of Apollo 10

"NASA has shared a proud association with the late Charles M. Scholtz and his American icon snoopy since the Apollo missions began this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future in the nineteen sixties Charles Schultz created comic strips depicting snoopy on the moon capturing public excitement about America's achievements in space in May nineteen sixty-nine the Apollo ten mission required the lunar module to Skim the Moon's surface to within fifty thousand feet and snoop around scouting the Apollo eleven landing site so the crew named the lunar module snoopy and there was no better name for the command module then Charlie Brown snoopy's loyal owner now is NASA celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the historic Apollo Missions Snoopy and the beloved peanuts characters are once again joining NASA Nisa for some space aged programming peanuts and space secrets of Apollo ten a short documentary of sorts features Ron Howard Jeff Golden and two of the Apollo astronauts. Tom Stafford Gene Cernan in a lighthearted.

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Know, you hear the Charlie Brown Christmas music in the background not the kids seeing but the the jazz styling pianos. I realized that some of my favorite music to listen to because it's very chill very mellow. You put a fire on and you're just having a wonderful time still cocoa. And you're doing good not the movie, they'll make cry. Raisin woman, but no treason woman. But at the same time, this special has everything it even throws in that religious messes that you brought up and here's the thing. I'm a little biased as well. It's a Mexican director doing all this stuff. So I'm like Charles Shulz stories characters on stuff. Yeah. But the animator being kind of Mexican guy and kind of being the director choreograph and everything the way it works that a little biased little warmed, my heart. So with all these things put together, you know, all these things better than sexual. Okay. It was smiling ear watching this do because I was not expecting it to go as hard as it is because it was just like Charlie Brown. Oh, you would fucked us up. They feel sad about it. And like from that moment housing. I was watching. Why is his job because I didn't expect any of it. Right kids. Are mean, these kids are honest. They're having real feelings real thing kids. But the thing is that I don't hang around kids. I mean, I have nieces and nephews, but like, I don't see them interact with other kids. And so these kids have no parents, so they're just trying to figure out things. So they're trying to figure out the world around him in that experimentation in that kind of discovery, they're cruel. They're mean. But at the same time, they're feeling real things that we've all kind of learned to deal with or sometimes never did. You know? I mean, the him needing a psychologist someone to talk to that's something that people need to do now. And that's something. That's like. Yeah. You know, if you go through hard times like talk to somebody about it. Because this is what we feel and some people just put it away. And I love that little underlying part of it. That's part of it. I think that's why this specials continued to play for all these decades because it appeals to adults all adult stone. That's going on anything yet has veneer this cute animation. And this music, but it's dull themes depression. I mean, the commercialization of holidays, right? That's why it has is generational peel. I think forever. And the thing is people people forget, you another one to brownie. Nobody got me anything everyone's not gotten something and been doubt even just for Christmas. Just generally, right? People feel like a moment your life. I did not get what I like. What's her name? Sally sich. I'm just trying to get what third is trying to get. Like her and city, Lou twitches, the blindness cataracts, these these for good Christmas special you need to have.

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"It's best friend. He said man's best friend just cut it out. But then they walk away the other have lasted and they walk away too. It's like look Charlie Brown. You're the smartest guy in the in the world. But they give you money to get a Christmas tree. And you gotta stick. He did bring this on himself. He got shitty. Tree. Right. But here's the thing. I'm gonna they're like, oh, ungrateful. Little shits all of them. And it's like we'll look at that. Tree, man. Trees, you know, what hashtag Lucy. That's the thing. Like, Charlie Brown. He wants to be accepted. And he even he knew. Lyons was like look that's not kind of tree they're looking for. And he was like look at calls to me. Okay. I am the tree whispered. And he was like I'm going to own up to any owns up to it. But then it gets sad when they make fun of deadline is why do they hate me? We just has conversation five minutes ago. Man. I told you to bite you did it anyway. Yeah. Know why they're upset. Charlie brown. I'm not gonna feel sorry for this. And this moment. No. I will not. No, no. And my thing. They're also relentless. Brown. Your fucking dumb kids are gonna say the same joke over and over again. I mean, I like one point they don't even blink decide to put backgrounds on any of it. Just like, you know, what we're gonna do gonna roast you. And we're gonna fuck the background. We're gonna get this point across now. Boy, are you stupid Charlie Brown. What kind of Crean's that? You are supposed to get a good tree. It not that kind. You can depend on to anything. Right. Little girl. Actor was like feeling bad. You could hear voice, you're not the kinda guy. Okay. Saying this is mean Shelton say it. There there. He's like you better. Give me my fucking. Emmy, I sorta got children we'll get me on as a after that. He looks. Both the punch via and mediums together because he was a little chubbier curly. God I wish had a mustache like that. So weird weird thing to want. You know, what rock what they're so they're just like awful. All right, the backgrounds that that makes them more intense like their criticism to the solid colored back. Right. I think anytime I do any sort of criticism from now on and put a green screen behind me and just put like vibrant colors behind like start yelling. What's a movie it didn't like recently? What's shitty returns? Ben returns your fucking stupid. Just having like a bright red Beckham. I was like never mind Felix. You've got a green screen don't bring it. I would have done it now. But we don't have time. But you're in the closet anyway. Ooh. Roasti damn. Here's the clauses. I'm Charlie Brown. Spiring news kids are at least poisoning, my my heart, my art, and my ark and myself, but everyone's bringing them down truly Brown's reaction. Because like fuck it was maybe Chris. So mad. I love it. I love the thing. Just like what fuck this tree? This play any what hell believe what is the meaning of Christmas. And then line is, of course, the whole time. Linus seen him struggling was crispy were so into the money. People are so into the commercialization drive around having a fucking panic attack over the and line is the whole time of the stupid baby blankets with dumb and his mouth is just like wait, dude. I knew the whole time. Anyone who knows what Christmas is all about Abraham? I can Kelly Christmas about low the angel. The Lord came upon them Gloria little or round about them in federally there angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying glory to God in the highest unearth peace goodwill toward men. Mic drop. That's it Linus. You couldn't have told him that twenty minutes ago. Ask for that is true and ask them that is true. And that's the thing. We're basically Linus is this like infinite well, and he decides to the very end to just be like, I let me go and bestow this on tired of your bitchy. I think this whole thing is Linus endurance of Charlie. Brown's bitching every episode is like that is it really. He was always got Charlie. I'll tell you..

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Go get a tree. K we need a treatment play. Go. Get a tree. We'll take care of the play stuff stress on man couldn't take care of that. But you know, what he goes and gets tree. That'd be the best thing. But they have to cut them down like a tree like they did because they cut this down which Charlie Brown. Don't you think? It's great. It's all wrong. Look, charlie. That's face. It. We all know that Christmas is a big commercial racket. It's run by a big eastern syndicate, you know. Hey. Oh, great big shiny aluminum Christmas tree maybe painted pink. Yeah. Do something right for change. Charlie Brown was character. Fucker you lady. Like hurts. Not only does it hurt. He's doing them favor. He's like, hey, man. I'm gonna go get lunch. But you'd better bring me a chicken sandwich dump hits. Just like Joe, I was just being nice. But whoever nameless chick is here, man. She is just not having this your first. Gee, they've still make what in Christmas. There's something I kind of cut a little early. But I kinda wanna comment on that where he's like man, they still wouldn't Christmas trees, I find that. So fascinating. Because back then the trend was aluminum they were saying aluminum Christmas tree big hokey, shiny ones. Right. And nowadays. They're talking about this earlier on the show where they were like, yeah. Do you get a wood tree or plastic tree? Because now plaza trees all pre lit, they're huge. They're beautiful. They looks like the real thing. And so it's like even from a fifty year old cartoon, there's still an argument. Whether you're natural tree where fake trees still relevant is still relevant. And so what ends up happening is. These are the things that I'm finding with this special is that the lead of the themes a lot even the subject matter that they talk about because a lot of very personal still relates today. And that shit is greatly. When you talking about people say, oh, humor humor doesn't date. Well, or some of these looks styles don't date, well as long as the themes, and the things you're talking about are still relevant to me now or or can. Be related to something that is relevant. That's going to do wonders timeless time look at X men. X men is civil rights, and then that gets converted sometimes to gay even gay rights and everything that but X men as a concept not about just mutants about the different nece. It's about being different. It's about being outsiders about having to hide who you are. It's all those things. Right. It's about not having equal rights, and that's a weird way to turn around to Charlie Brown Christmas tree about Christmas has some of those things where it's like bullying, not doing things. Right. Not be able to satisfy people not being able to get control of your life or other things things. Like that were like man, this is still hitting some of those things or critique on commercialism or holidays themselves that to you know, I mean, that's that's the basic part. But we I think we've seen enough. It's like, oh, it's all about commercialization. I think we've all gone past that, and but the fact that Charlie Brown is like, you know, what I'm still trying to find the root of it. And I think not necessarily the commercialization part of the important part. I think finding the root of Christmas is even more important than anything in this absolute. I think it needs me. We're back. Boy, are you stupid Charlie Brown. But kind tree is that you are supposed to get a good tree. It not the kind. You can depend on to do anything. Right. You're hopeless. Charlie Brown completely hope that. New been done before Charlie Brown. But this time you really did it what a tree? These fuck fuck these stupid as people manage no p who's laugh to Adam..

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"The sixties and so on and so forth, but everyone has preconceived idea into wait a manifest that at least in this movie getting into it a little bit of the sexual stuff. Don't even sexual specialist idea that the younger ones are delinquent Inuit inherently wrong in a different way is having Charlie Brown have this crisis and essentially asking his little millennial sister what she wants for Christmas. Have you been relieved note of as many as possible just in money? How about twenty tens and twenties I want his woulda. Woulda coming to me. All I wanted. My fish here, though, always that little girls sector to her bully voices, really cuteness. But didn't Bernie Sanders. Run whole campaign about getting fish. The corporation share deserves the ten thousand dollars a year, and tens of twenty everybody corporations anyway. But like that's how I saw sure Charlie Brown's like this. There's no hope for the future. All they want is money. Literally just want cash want presence. They just want money and that idea like man, these young kids, they don't get it. They don't get the media Christmas. I love that. Because because here's the thing. We were the kids to somebody thinking that. And now we're going to think that about younger kids as we're coming off in cycle who fifty years later, it just keeps going going going. And it's something that is really fascinating. But there's one thing I want to say visually in terms of like, the voice acting. I love how these are kids or voice acting these character, right? Yeah. They're of age for the for the Kurdish. They're playing by love how there's like that pause. Like, the kind of slip up. In that. And they do the animation. So that's really cool. It's like you never see that. Actually, I wanna hear that again because she usually voices real sweet. And then she started under live authentic, right? But that's how little kids speak twenty canton twenties. I want. At coming to me. A little cute. They where it makes her a really little girl makes her. Thank you. Right. Absolutely right word. Now. Here's the thing. I I like that touch to it where it's just it's small, but something that will cycle forever at love that we don't really see any more like in the in the shows that we watch Joe Wright little subtleties that now here's a thing. So loosely said to Charlie Brown get involved in something christmasy get involved with with with the was the recital essentially that they're doing. And so all the children are in this theater, and they're all dancing and celebrating. But here's the thing. I have a question who is the best Charlie Brown dancer, because there's a lot of dancing going on this scene. But I need to know who the best is the kid. Neal is the kin the yellow which Kim the orange the orange. Yeah. Oh, the the sideways groove. The stinky leg he's he's got the lake twitch twitch because he's got a lot going on. Because you have the girl in the top left redhead who's to the uppercuts. She's terrible. The kid on top doing Zambia. You have a little girl in the green do like, interpretive dance. You have everybody slapping the base, you have the twins doing the head, Bob, which that's. That's. Really? That's round slamming your head from side to side. That's a solid yellow or orange. She has a luck going. He's doing head by old head Bob yoga's belying also getting down to this Blanke, man. I didn't even around. He's like yours. You. Thank you..

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"No, I mean, he does Brill of this stuff on like when he's talking to violet being sarcastic towards. And then he's mocking Picton because he's so dirty. So it's like, okay. So you're right there. There are more than one instance when Charlie Brown brings a lot of this negativity on himself. Yeah. Separate and that's the thing. I thought like people were just being mean to Charlie Brown for no reason there because he's he's he's the kind of guy that will make fun of somebody. But then can't take can't take can't take it at gets all and. Putting willing to move always me pen. We'll get your body was really Brahms. We'll get some big pen in a little bit Penza shit. But like pick on his mind is damn business and a nice snowman a good time. Man, dirty. I was like only you dusky loud while making the snowman or whatever. And it's like that is uncalled for Charlie Brown, but at the same time. Here's the weird part. I grew up environment. Where roasting each other making fun of each other? It was the way you showed affection. So in a strange way all them talking kind of having these interactions that are being mean to each other showed me that these kids actually care about each other in a weird way. Well, none of it's bullying. That's the thing. They're just kind of like, you're kind of dirty. Okay. I didn't get you a card. What are you gonna do your blanket you little baby? Like these are things that are like temporary not calling people like superman at least a start. What is it? It's kids, and they're they don't really understand how to be properly affectionate towards each other little kids to be taught out to love, right or like little sociopaths. We see like being rude. And mean, we do have those occasional moments where it's like, okay? Like, we can all come together. And have a nice moment. Charlie Brown showing the true meaning of Christmas. Right. But until then let's show. Right. And so, and I was a part of an environment where it was little more playful sure saved time. I was like all right. I get right here. And most importantly out of all of it though. It's funny. Three year old humor. It's still pretty funny where they're just going back and forth and stuff being smart with each other. And it's at this point where I'm like, man. There's something timeless about kids being kind of back sassy and back shit. His don't change. We're all we were all piece of shit. Oh, you were shit. I was everybody saucer, and we all grew out of it. And we all became good people for the most part speaking on that timeless, though, here's a thing. In today's age. We tend to focus on mental health a lot more, which which is a very good thing. Because back then it was like, oh you got shell shock. Go back to the war. And it's like they had PTSD have a name for it nowadays people going to therapy. It's a little less. Taboo, people are opening about depression. Like even more celebrities are coming for women back. Then I was like it's just has a stereo. Hysteria heroin to curate, and it was like it wasn't a thing. Anybody talked about. But here as something that everyone knows these things, but for me, not really paying attention to peanuts or not even really caring too much about it having psychiatric for five cents as Lucy having. Hey, let's talk about your problems. Let's let's open up about it. It's like man that's actually kind of way forward thinking that. I would ever imagine for something. Like this. It is. But she's like the worst person to do it for the money. She's doing it for the money. She prefaces that whole scene with. Oh, yeah. Nicholson mckay. So the sound Nick like God other than Snoopy. She's probably the one that treats Charlie Brown the worst. Right. And that's the thing. I'm like, well, she's making an attempt. She's she's trying to our way away. So my thing is okay for fifty three year old movie them focusing on. That is really kind of is really kinda. Sweet. Oh, I really kind of find it. We're like hell somebody. Now, especially since we're talking about mental health issues and stuff more. So if they're to watch this movie like I don't want that keeps kids shift when I was a kid. I hate I'm feeling the same way that Charlie brownfields. I don't want this commercialization bullshit if they watch this..

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"That's I totally understand. Just hearing line is perspective. Right. Right. But at the same time, that's actually kind of a real reaction people would have because because people have depression, they have seasonal affective. But at the same time, very broadly, people don't wanna talk about depression. It's still kind of taboo, me depressed. I mean, it's like they'll be like, oh, I'm feeling kind of said eight-match era do the holidays, and that doesn't really solve anything. But that's easier to say than all, right? We'll let me dive into this. Because like you said line is trying to have a good time. He's got his blankie. I'm going to try to play in the snow in Linus hears about this every single day right with him. And so it's like man, bro. I'm sad. But I can't do nothing for you. And he's trying to open up. But it's like, you know, what do I do with this? That's the whole premise of this this whole special. And I'm like, what do I do with this depression that I have and what they do is they go. Okay. Well, we set that up. Let's go to have some pretty sweet animation of everybody ice skate and having a good time which ends with Charlie Brown hitting a tree at full speed. And then it goes directly into the title card, and I'm just like men one. I'm fascinated by how beautiful animation is because this is a very sharp looking film. But at the TV, I love the backgrounds. Oh, yeah. I like this little snow enemy do because I'm looking at it. And I have a really good copy of this like it's like a Blu Ray of of of the movie. So it doesn't have that old film grain and stuff like that. But the cleanup on it is fantastic. But that doesn't take away from the fact that the animation itself, the movements fluidity, it's a really gorgeous film in that regard and that little seen right there. Just shows. I love that scene when injuries a Snoopy and just how much of a Dickey is try I can't imagine your owner of that dog. And he just physically. Abuse it you should put Snoopy. What's I think? So after that is all the kids the nightmare dog. I mean, he's just having a good time. Now, he's around and Charlie Brown hit a tree his fault. I mean, that's the thing. Charlie brown. Across the Bank right there. Right. But at the same time, you know, I was just like that's cool. All right. You got some some physical gag got him being mean to him. All right. That's fine. But at the same time it cuts away, not a commercial break up. We'll commercial breaks cuts away. And he's inside, and he has his hands behind his back, and like there's no dialogue, but his expression looking out that window at the snow is like man, I gotta take on the day. Like, I got this. I really gotta go out there and do this. You have to get up this morning in mentally preparing myself for those who have depression or for those who've been bad or whatever standing hell getting out of bed. First of all second of all standing outside or looking outside and going do I really gotta go out there and do shit. He has his real contemplative thinking, right? And so he goes outside he fine. I'm gonna try to get in the Christmas spirit. I'm gonna check the mail and. What happens following as one of the greatest roasting sessions. I've ever seen just on. Everybody's behalf. Ranch. Nobody should meet Christmas card today. I know nobody likes me. Why do we have to have a holiday? She's to emphasize emphasizes thanks for the Christmas card. You certainly violent. I didn't send you a Christmas card. Charlie brown. Don't know shark chasm when you hear it could pin here. The only person I know who can raise a cloud of dust in the snowstorm. I never December snowflakes. I always wait until January. You think you're so smart with that blanket? What are you going to do with it? When you grow up, maybe I'll make it into a sport coat. Son of a bitch. You know that? And that's a weird thing about it. As like everybody's getting it on it. She's making fun of Charlie Brown. Charlie. Brown's talk Bagger like you don't even know sarcasm as dumb bid, and then you have was Linus with his with his blanket. Whatever have you talking back to them. Charlie Brown's even getting it on it making fun of a pig pen..

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Free Chris eight that a damn radio, but sixty nine the visual stuff. But usually, but you know, what man and the last part, though, I usually like to mention YouTube because if you're on YouTube right now, I would like you to hit the leg. Button hit it again. Third time's the triple light. Chris, you know, Sony likes so many likes triple eight and then go to D Merce dot com. It's right there for the people on YouTube enough with people watching live and definitely not for the people listening on audio all this especially when vanishes, and you know, what that's all we gotta do for housekeeping. But you know, what we are talking about a Charlie Brown Christmas. And this is a movie that is my second full interaction. Charlie Brown as as maybe I think, maybe fourteen years old. I watched race for your life. Charlie brown. They're just racing on a river going through all sorts of payroll Snoopy and Woodstock Ronald innertube going somewhere else. That's the only real thing. I've seen a venture of peanuts. I was not really a peanuts kid like my grandma had a little trinkets and stuff when she was coming up, you know, but other than that. I was not a peanuts kid where UPS I was like I said I was introduced at this at a very early age and kindergarten. So this actually probably was the first Charlie Brown thing. I ever watched religious messaging. That's right, right. As you mentioned. Yes. Exactly. But at the same time, all I really knew about Charlie Brown were the sillier moments and parts of Charlie Brown the football kicking things being Woodstock in. The the flying doghouse thing, whatever the red baron, the red baron. Sure one man people are probably mad at screaming at me right now. But I had no I had no idea. The actually the only real idea I had of what this whole movie. This whole product is whole entirety of a franchise was. Yeah. Thanks that guy over there. Actually. No, not Charlie Brown. Charlie Brown over there Corey Coleman. Because this is corey's favorite franchise. I think generally right one of them. But no everytime. Peanuts is brought up. It's always laughter Impreza. I've been listening to Corey for ten years. I'm not in this point. So hearing about how these specials get real. And how the very honest and stuff like that. I said, oh, I can't wait to see some of that. You know, I was kind of expecting them to kind of build up to it. But this movie starts out swinging, dude. I had no idea that Charlie Brown got down like this. Because I knew that we were going to get to the real nece. I know that they call them a block it. They say he's doesn't really quite get things. Right. He's not really the brightest bulb out there, you know. But at the same time this opens up before the title card hits not only making fun of them, but beating S two species. Christmas is coming, but I'm not happy. I don't feel the lamb supposed to feel like getting prisons, sending Christmas cards and decorating trees. And all that. But I'm still not happy. But always in feeling b I Charlie Brown. You're the only person I know who can take a wonderful season like Rhys Mus and turn it in Google problem. Maybe he's right along Charlie Brown in the world. You're that sharly Ronnie too. I thought you. Like, that's the thing like his friends are so mean to to not knowing what happens in the Charlie Brown, cinematic universe. Knowing that, depression and sadness and kind of during a worry wart is associated as being Charlie Brown to my friends. I don't think they're my friends. Like if you're like, oh, man. I'm feeling really kinda bad. You're feeling like a Sammy Zoll is you're the most standings all of all of us out to be the line. I think he hears this from Charlie Brown every single day. No matter what he's like, stop it. Enjoy yourself for once. I get your. Here's all the time. Listen, just give me this one time. Let's go ice skating. Leave me alone. Shop and then we go talk about your probably some other day psychiatric help getting Nichols Gill the goddamn nickel..

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"charlie brown" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"charlie brown" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Charlie Brown got a friend. Gotta make your house Charlie Brown. Got a friend does. Well, there's plenty of crash with you Snoopy what there's plenty of room. It's nobody's talking roof. He's never in. There. We go in. There seems deep seems like there's steps inside those down. Called the Byrd needs to be in a house at night. Right. Yeah. Bird stays inside with Charlie that put a little blanket over his head. So he sleeps. It's a doorbell. You guys never saw Snoopy cribs. Never saw that was sort of crimps. Here's where keep my bird bitches. I don't approve of that. I mean, wait are you thinking of snoop scripts? Not the same guy. Anyway, my guess is the wash. Snoopers snoopy. Who are you asking about? Are you asking about snoopers Snoopy is there? Charlie Brown movie called the peanuts gang in the doctor is out. Accents. And that's where Woodstock shows up. This one was called and. I haven't done this before. But a partial point is going to one of my guests. So that will hopefully have a winner at the end of this thing. Yeah peak. It's a partial point because title is Snoopy come home. Oh, he's got a friend. That's close at home for the friend. Go. It's pretty close. Man you ball parked. It said Snoopy comes home. John this into a back. Let's play it back. Let's go to the booth. All right. We're kidding booth. Don't do that. All right. So it's you might actually do it piece. Got a part of a point. All right. We'll say your point one. For figuring out Snoopy would be in the title. And. We still go back to Tony to start us off. Starting strong for those of you who never knew and for those of you who haven't forgotten. Oh, yeah. This is a you know, if you know in the audience don't don't say it might might spring into somebody's head. I doubt it. He guesses Tony now. I'm just happy to be here. Doug, those who view. I love that attitude. You might you might be back again. Hey, what's the numbers of the rock station town ninety eight Q U P D something like? K UP ninety eight. I was on their morning show yesterday today. Anybody hear me on there? Okay. And if those people clapping how many of you heard that and then decided to buy tickets to come to this the that's what I thought one guy. Okay. Good. I it was worth getting up in the morning. Got you here, man. Fate. For those of you who never knew. And for those of you who haven't forgotten all UP what? Oh. Charlie Brown, Christmas, part two. Triffid guests remain lady in the audience doesn't like it. Jeff check does. I think that movie is called Woodstock, correct?.

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