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Where did Davy Crockett die
"For coffee lovers today's mystery. Well, this industry Gabi Crockett on March six. Eighteen thirty six Mexican forces stormed the Alamo afford I like old mission in San Antonio where some two hundred rebellious Texans had been holed up for weeks, the battle was over in less than two hours leaving. Great. Texas heroes like Jim Buoy, James Butler Bonham, and William Travis dead among the defenders that day was Davy Crockett former congressman legendary hundred scowl, and teller of tall tales according to sell accounts Crockett died in. A battle that according to others. He was one of a handful of men captured and later executed what really happened while there's the battle and Aaron Lace, the myth and mystery. But exactly who was Davy Crockett he was born in Tennessee. Eight seven, hundred, eighty, six as a young man he was indentured by his father to pay off debts once they were paid in full he was finally allowed to leave home. Although he was voted into Congress, no one knows where he was educated yet he was articulate understood politics and could play the fiddle Crockett's true claim to fame prior to his death at or around. The Alamo was just a hunter in his youth tessie was still a wilderness out one time. He supplied food through skills of hunting for an entire army. While in Congress, he opposed add Jackson's argument to relocate local Indians. Congress. Crockett became a freemason. He spent time in his entire legislative career fighting for the rights of impoverished settlers who felt dangled on the precipice of losing title to their land. Due to the states complicated system of grants. He introduced a resolution to abolish the United States Military Academy at West. Point. New. York because he felt that it was public money going to benefit the sons of wealthy men. He spoke out against Congress giving a hundred thousand dollars to the widow of Stephen Decatur citing the congress was not. Empowered to do that, he opposed Andrew Jackson Eighteen thirty Indian removal act and was the only member of the Tennessee delegation to vote against it. Chief John Ross, sent him a letter on January thirteenth eighteen, thirty one expressing his thanks for Crockett's vote is what was not popular with his own district and he was defeated in the eighteen thirty one election by William, Fitzgerald and here's a quote. I told the people of my district that I would serve them as faithfully as I had done before. But if not. They might go to hell and I would go to Texas history tells us that Ab Crockett went to Texas but not alone he brought with him. Thirty one tells C. Determined to join the fray if the predicted revolution were breakout Texas at the time was part of Mexico. So all background decide where to Davy Crockett died a letter, the surface in nineteen, fifty, five described house seven men were taken prisoner and. And the CROCK was one of them. But there are three accounts assay otherwise, WanNa cal survivor of a Texan whose husband was killed in the battle. She said that she saw Davy Crockett spotty inside the Alma the second account came from a slave who also spared was said to have seen Davy Crockett body within the walls. So the Alamo, the third account was from Francisco on. Tony Rhys, the mayor of San. Antonio who safely behind the Mexican lines in the battle began and had a good vantage point to witness what happened before the arrival. Of the Mexican army, he had met Davy Crockett civilians of San Antonio in the defenders of the Alamo mingled freely before the battle he said that after the battle Saana ordered him to point out the bodies of Crockett, Travis and boy crock he said had fallen in battle on the west side of the Alamo grams near Fort. This
"davy crockett" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On. Jackie Robinson, George Patton, Antonin Scalia, Christa McAuliffe, Ronald Reagan. Truman Eisenhower Roosevelt. They don't make the cut. So how whimsical do you get with something like that? How exactly put something together like that? I don't know. Davy Crockett. Daniel Boone. Both make it. Davy Crockett made it. Daniel Boone made it And then the and that's the thing to you. Okay. Thanks. David Crockett. Tangible knows great, but really, really, Because Roosevelt did a lot somewhere. Roosevelt's going. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Well, they're the FDR Memorial in Washington. You didn't mention that That's one of the newer memorial. I don't recall. That's beautiful. Wow. Yeah, And it's very large. I mean, it's cancer. Yeah. No. Lincoln Jefferson Washington. You know they got what's two and one for him, too. And then you know, you can just imagine to get into the politics of things like men. Women black white Republican Democrat, you know, just have to be military veterans and politicians. There could be people in the arts really Well, what if they rode her? Said something he didn't like one day. Kanye. I'm not sure you're going to get in there. Kanye West announced over the weekend that he's running for president because he's got a new album coming out, and he has a new line of clothing at the gap that's going to come out. He signed a 10 year deal with Gap Worth. They expect it to do a $1,000,000,000 in sales, so he's like, Okay, What can I do, Teo? I'm running for president. And then the Internet took note of that and and invested way too much conversation in that, too. I saw actually Cem posts about that, and I ignored them because I thought they were just in reference to a few years ago when he made that announcement, right? And I didn't think much of it. And then it just kept happening and kept seeing more and more posts. And then I started to question it more. But I still didn't care enough to look into because he's annoying. God bless you for not clicking through. LF Garris, our friend Mark Baser, who does a show on Channel 11? Wass tweeting about it over the weekend, and he said Don't take it seriously. Don't waste time on it. And then put another tweet out saying Don't take it seriously. And don't waste time on the people that are taking it seriously and wasting time on it, And then he tweeted. Oh, wait. I'm doing it exactly. Um Let's see here. Say it again. Let's start with Brian. You're on. W G N Brian, What can I do for you? You're on the air. Hey, First I've been sending me all I just wanna thank you for the last couple months. You've just been outstanding the whole station nine today. You've all done you and reading and lesson planning about all of us. Owe your town your home. Yeah. Yeah, I've been and I'm also working on finishing up the dissertation. Believe it or not, this was a crazy time to try and do that, Um, you have something else say before you say all of that. So what grade do you teach? I teach seventh grade social studies, man. So are you done doing two kinds of lessons plans Digital Virtual one and an in person, one. Yeah. You know, I was one of those features on March 13th. I handed the kids of paper packet and just said work on this just in case and just in case happened, And so I I got into some platforms that really were helpful. I think the night the last nine weeks was really transformative and what we did, We did flip a switch. Everyone was amazing. I mean, we were were on call all the time. I mean, it was Helping kids go through some stuff at seven o'clock at night. For us. It was that last nine week unit it was the build up to the civil War in the Civil War and reconstruction. So there was a lot of moving parts and pieces, but Now what I did was I took the better part of June and just did a skeleton of the textual material and then worked in formative and Summit of assessment in different ways. If we're in the room will do it This way from not Bloom will do it this way. And do you want to go back to the classroom? I want to go back in a way that is that is good for everyone. I don't want anyone to feel afraid. I want to be as positive as I can. I miss it. I miss them. But I don't want anyone to er to not be comfortable and that's going to be difficult. But we'll do it. We'll give it our best shot. What else is on your mind this morning? You hit you hit a great one. I am married to a wonderful Korean individual who's never gotten to see that memorial on one of the things I could wait to tell her was about that memorial when I went with my eighth grade students About 10 years ago, I had my students do something that they didn't know those soldiers. If you walk around that pyramid, if you if you do this, there's at least one sold. You're looking at you and then that amazing and one of them. Yeah, their eye on you. And then when you get to the tip of that V and this is why I started to get emotional and think of her and show her father lost his whole family in the north when he was 13 years old. And I thought of him instantly when there is a bouquet of flowers that that apex sent from a small town of Korea once a week to thank us for our help. Think about that. I'm really glad you called. And lucky. The students that have somebody with your energy. It's nice of you to call in. And thanks for listening, Brian. Okay. Thank you All. Thank you. I'll pass along your kind words to the staff. I think the gang has been working hard to try and figure out how to best. Manage the crisis, but also take your mind off of the crises. You know, we have the cove in numbers. We have the crime numbers in Chicago. Koven numbers aren't bad Steve Girls manage. That is Sunday's death toll. I'm seeing you mentioned this the Tribune and sometimes we're talking about this..
At Rushmore, Trump announces plan to establish 'National Garden' of heroes
"Great Cities of the American Revolution. Last night, President Trump was at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, where he pledged to protect America's history. He even announced a plan for a garden of national heroes. A preliminary list of those who will be enshrined includes folks like John Adams, Davy Crockett, Susan B. Anthony Martin Luther King Jr. Christopher Columbus, Emelia Erhard and Jackie Robinson last night at the feet of Mount Rushmore. The president also took aim at demonstrators. Mohr protest are expected across the country today, including in it. Seattle L. A. Boston D. C and
Trump announces plan to create "National Garden of American Heroes"
"As he vowed to defend existing statues. Mr. Trump also promised to set up a national garden of American heroes, describing a vast outdoor park with statues of the greatest Americans who ever lived. Among those on his list. Several presidents Davy Crockett, Harriet Tubman and the Wright Brothers.
"davy crockett" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"So on that fateful day in eighteen eighty nine when she was bushwack my rebel surely died on that dirt road. Shut off her Horse Bell Star Road On. That's for me it's all about and that's what I will continue to do. Thank you so much for coming on to chat about Davy Crockett and David Crockett and starting to separate some of the fact from the fiction that we saw in the movie now. I know there's a lot more that we could never hope to cover on a single episode but that leads us right into your book that you mentioned David Crockett. The lion of the West can share a little bit more information about your book and where someone listening can pick up a copy. Sure David Carpet. Lion of the West has been on for a few years now is published by Norton Migrate Publisher in New York. And you can buy an literally anywhere. Of course a lot of books. People buy on Amazon but in better bookstores. If they don't have it they will certainly artery. You can go online. It's still very very much imprint. The lion of the West and I hope folks enjoy your time. Michael my pleasure. This episode of based on a true story was produced by me. Dan Lab. I'd like to thank Michael Wallace once again for coming on the show. If you WANNA learn more about the history behind the Real David. Crockett go grab. Michael's book called David Crockett the lion of the West. But that's just one of Michael's books as he mentioned at the end there. He's working on his twentieth book. So there's plenty more great stories from history that he's written about. I'll make sure to add a link to that book and we can learn more about all of Michael's books in the show notes for this episode as well as on. The show is home on the web based on a true story. Podcast DOT COM. Okay now it's time for the answer to our two truths and a lie game from the beginning of the episode as a refresher here are the two truths and one lie number one Davy. Crockett was responsible for the peace negotiations that ended the war with the Creek nation number two Davy Crockett was captured at the Alamo and later killed by order of General Santa Anna Number. Three the Real David. Crockett met a theatrical version of himself called Nimrod wildfire. Did you find out which one is ally. Let's start with the end number three. That is true as Michael explained the subtitle of his book. David Crockett the line of the West. The subtitle being the line of the west part that comes from a play where at one of the shows in Washington DC. The Real Crockett met a theatrical character called Nimrod wildfire that was based on his life. Well perhaps a more accurate way to phrase that would be that the plays character was based on all the tall tales written about Davy Crockett Adventures. That brings us to number two. That is also true as Michael explained the movie showing fess. Parker's version of Davy. Crockett going down at the Alamo swinging. Old Betsy over. His head is not true. What really happened was that Mr Crockett was captured and later killed at the order of General Santa Anna. That means the lie is number one. The movie tries to make it seem like Davy Crockett. Some sort of a peace negotiator that ended the war with the creeks. What is Michael? Explained is just not true at all that just about wraps this episode before we go the last thing I like to do on each episode is share. How much time and effort went into creating the episode now. I know that's not something that most podcast do. And that's exactly why I'm sharing this information. Maybe if you find out how much time and money goes into creating podcast like mine. Then maybe you'll start to appreciate all the podcasts that you listened to for free just a little bit more with that said. Today's episode took a total of twenty five hours to create and cost thirty two dollars and nineteen cents in out of pocket expenses. 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Disney+ warns of "outdated cultural depictions" in classic movies
"One this is on real Disney streaming service the new Disney streaming service has added social justice trigger warnings to some of its classic movie titles telling subscribers that beloved Disney movies including dumbo Swiss family Robinson Davy Crockett king of the wild frontier in the original lady and the tramp contain quote outdated cultural depictions I I talked about that earlier if you did you grow up watching Disney cartoon movies a little bit a little bit I did not know that sweet spot in between when the only way you could see them was going to like a revival and they weren't released until like the mid nineties on video cassette needed like one a year so I was to all by the time that I was like yeah I've teenager I didn't have any interest in all that stuff so I don't Disney means almost nothing to me but the fact that they're throwing trigger warnings on what everybody remembers his elastic is malaria yeah I again I applied some some delegate duties for district forty two now he's always at all
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"I like a little facial hair too, but it has that more like the gristle like the wild frontier con. Exactly. Like he is, you know, using an old razor just in the wild and he can't sharp in it. So he's just getting as good as he can. You know, like how my facial hair is right now, just kidding. Exactly. Like him. Favorite scene. I think is gonna be the bar scene where like Davey and Mike Fink are going at it not well, I guess not going at it, but Mike Fink does the thing where he likes shoots the gun from behind him, hits the pan, and then like hits the glass on the Cup on his head in the Davydova thing where healing catches it in his mouth when he doesn't really do it. I love that scene because it was like, first of all, it was just the chemistry of Davy and Georgie like they were reading each other like so, well, David just say like, hey, cover for me in Georgie, just go like he, no, he knew that he hit that thing with SAS Brill in it. But like George just went and plugged it up for him so that they would think he caught it in his mouth. Fair. Yeah, you know they were out there making sure that they could leave whenever that whole little scene was finished. It was just, it was funny. I liked it. That was all you stole everything. He still everything I'm going to is my favorite picture though. He grew on me elected last, but he grow even more with this one. And that is my favorite scene. I think it's kinda funny because so Davey like pretends the catch it in his mouth and like wiles everybody. But then like in Davy Crockett the wealth frontier. He could probably pull something like that off against his older self, like he just things just come to him. He doesn't have to try like whatever he sets his mind to like, he's just call. It just happens. You know, he's very confident. I feel like that would have been like a real life thing. Thirty years ahead of time. I agree. Yeah. Well, I'm gonna go to because Meghan stole Davey. Of course, Dave was my favorite, but actually, Mike think grew on me in the movie. And at the end, I really liked him as a character like just because the character development and my favorite scene was actually when they were fighting in the water with the Indians at the second time in actually, my favorite part was right went on, Mike think was about, like you tried punching moose, which is like the. Mousse is like the lug. Guyane thinks team is, but we used to. Just thought it was over dramatic. So I thought was really funny. That was probably my favorite scene also the bar, but I didn't want to sound like I'm copying you guys. I need to quote will something else I did the cop out, but really that was my favorite. Okay, least favorite character seen least favorite character is gonna have to be like the head honcho of the bad guys who are like, pretending to be Indians. He. Scumbag like just a total scumbag and. Least favorite scene. I don't know if I really have. Okay. Let me let me think. Least favorite scene, I guess. I don't know. No, I don't have one I didn't. I didn't dislike anything that I watched in honestly, in this one like nothing made may super mad in this movie either. You know, like there have been parts in movies that have come up recently where it's like, oh, that super controversial. That bothers me. I mean, obviously it was controversial that they're white people imitating Indians to try and get away with crime. That sucked. So I guess just the whole concept of that was sucky, but. Davy fix it, like he does. David. Least favorite. I'm gonna have to go with Mike think even though he the girl, but his laughs made me wanna like punch him in the face. He probably just blew people's eardrums out. Will he blew my eardrums out when I was watching the movie so blame? It was kind of like a maniacal laugh, but it wasn't high pitched. It was just like a some kind of fake. It was. Yeah, he made think of like the guy that plead can't think of this name the pirate gun from Treasure Island. But like that was that persona was okay because he's a pirate..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"We're preparing for our trip guys. Sorry, we're all out of order. It's all good. So as mega this movie was actually two episodes of the TV show spliced together and released as feature film. Walt Disney film show in color, even though few color TV's being sold as of this time. And as a result on his Davy Crockett episodes could be turned into instant movies by stitching associated. So kinda just like so on TV they were broadcasting black and white. I guess that's what gen that's what drew people into it. That was the those literally, the only difference in the theater because listening, I guess it could have been shown in color, but not many people had colors. Most people saw it lacking late. Only the rich people had TV's in colors. True. I asked I was talking to my mom today. Actually. She asked she called was like, oh, what movie are you doing tonight as like Davy Crockett and the river pirates? Have you ever seen it? And she's like, no. And I'm like, mom, you grew up in the fifties and sixties how you not seen any of these movies that I'm talking about. You void Davy Crockett. That's kind of what she's like. You need ask your dad. I wonder if he liked it and I was like, yeah, maybe. But like then I was asking her, I was like, you didn't watch. The TV show wasn't like super popular. You know, like I mean, I know that she was definitely part of the Beatles craze. So like n people to sort of craze and she's like, Meg, we didn't even have a color TV and house like, oh, yeah, you lived with. At one point near light. She's like, we didn't have as many TV's as we have in a household. Now back that we had one in my dad hog it all the time I was likely should heal that. My little brother asked me one time. He's like Kate TV's in color. When you were little. Words, walking light when you're little. No old is your brother. He at the time. He was like ten when he asked me. You know when your kid, you think anybody who's all like old? Are you kidding? My dad just turned sixteen first birthday. My brother and I came up with the idea to jokingly do a dinosaur theme because we told them that we are convinced you around when the dinosaurs roamed the. I think that, but we did that to my dad, but my dad thought it was hilarious. You also his cake was a roll of toilet paper with poop, cupcakes. You can see where I probably get some of my sense of humor. Well, thank God for that. 'cause we. Thanks. So the actor who played Jaakko who's the dude with the cigar in the banjo gets Georgie drunk at the bar. He gained fame in the role of the heroic air force captain battling alien in the thing from another world. But what I thought was weird was like he has run hair. It kept him from lead roles in color films. So he was fine in like black and white foams, but it was color just because he had run here. You can't control that did not have die back then what are they have against gingers man. No, I have no idea. I look genders. Sickening laboring too much attention. I don't know what am I favor? It beings in the world is ginger teddy Arcadi cat so's my kidding. Oliver. Yes..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"A low thirty, three of grownup. This episode is profit by the end of Doyle. Thank you. Thank you so much for helping us. Keep our podcast. So I'm and I'm Negga and Meg has a little bit of I have bronchitis. First of all, I sound like man, and second of all, you're probably gonna hear me cough a couple times on us episode in. Sorry, I'm not sorry. I gotta do it. It's gotta happen. Yeah. So the person that really has to deal with that though, is our guest today, we're welcoming back Tim. Hi doing. I'm back Tim, this name frontier? Yes. The wild frontier of Chicago today. He's not from the frontier. No, he's from the river from knowledge, yes. Yeah. 'cause today we're going to be discussing Davy Crockett and the river pirates because nothing to do with our pirates. No, nothing. Just some southern pirates. Yes. All right. So it's time for the thirty seconds is knee. Me. I'm ready. I'll go. All right. Go ahead. Calmed down over there, don't call Miller, doesn't it? Ito seconds. Are y'all clear. Trying to remember the movie with your costs. Yeah. And you go. So we go back in time to David Crockett before the rocket. And we meet my think, and we discovered keelboats. Now we know where those are from the park at Disneyland. Then they go on keel boat race, Davy Crockett wins. They make it to New Orleans first and then they discover river pirates and actually people dressing up Indians, try and blame it on them. There's haunting havoc, but then DVD's the date. Twenty seven. Twenty seven. Nice. No coughing, no cops. Would you like to go? Sure, I'll go next. All right. Any modern get set. Go very Davey. George, you decide to bring some down to New Orleans. They raise my think down the river, David Crockett wins, then they can buy Indians finding out that there are some white people disguising his Indians, murdering, other white people trying to blame it on the Indians. Davey finds the one bad guy and bad guy dies the end nineteen. That was a winged one to the bad guy died. I literally had like the biggest grin 'cause he was my least favorite character. He sucks. These his, he, he died. Lori k.. Why do I not have okay. Are you ready? No. Davy Crockett gets on the race. This dude, Mike. And they're good on the river, and he charged with Roma, but they end up winning anyway. And then you think the movies over, but it's not and AB the textured, and then there's fake Indians and. Yeah. Nineteen. That was terrible. Here's our always so good. I didn't write it down. And I'll give better. I'll get better. All right. So some history on DVD rocket in the river pirates. It is a live action adventure film from nineteen fifty. Six again starring fess Parker's Davy Crockett. It was shot in cave in rock, Illinois this film next as a prequel to Davy Crockett king of the wild frontier because as we know, DV dies at the end of that movie. So the only way for wall to do sequels was actually to do prequels slum, and it is an edited compilation of the fourth and fifth stories of the Disney television series Davy Crockett, which includes Davy, Crockett, kill boat race, and Davy Crockett, and the river pirates. Those both were broadcast on TV in nineteen fifty five originally. So also this is the ninth live action phone produced by Walt Disney productions, because we know that we've switched over to Walt Disney productions still are KO. No more. See ya. Buffalo Shia. So there wasn't too many fun facts, but I got some. It's harder sometimes like especially Davy Crockett. You think it'd be fine, you know. But I don't know. All right. So fuss Parker Davy Crockett and Jeff Yar who played Mike Fink later, go on to be in Disney's all yeller which rooming on, but they never actually seen together in that movie wear. Yes. So there will minute, but they're also both in westward ho the wagons together. Yes, thank you are correct? Oh yeah, yes, they are. I don't remember comes out. I think it comes out after this. It does. We are recording..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"The dream early. I want this time. He's probably living in the apartment above the firehouse. Probably a main street over to be able to overview all of the construction. Even anybody has the ad before we jump into our Disney memory. I like to this movie watch it. Yes. There's a reason that it's known that's Meguid say there is a reason that it's known and there are reasons why others are not. All right. So the and I'm sorry, it's also like if you think about it, any of the well-known movies from back in the day are basically would. Were put into Disneyland. So we've got twenty thousand Davy Crockett Alison. I wonder. I think Alice's an opening day attraction isn't there's a picture while riding it. So Missile. someone. Peter Pan, snow why? So the big hitters. So this week's doesn't even memory comes from dairy. Terry flowed who kindly said cloud with enough, so you we know how to pronounce it. Thank you. We decided to go to Walt Disney World is a family, and I was told by my brother that they trusted meet a plan. All the fast passes in the dining reservations who people trust me with that all the time. Out there. Things change pretty fast. A lot of the fast passes. I plans, my brother wanted changed in. They skipped most of the dining. We have reserved that's the war. Hollywood studios was one. I was most ticked off because there is only for rights. I decided to make fast passes for three lambs. There's no point in making the shows since I had heard that it was an hour, wait for toys Romania, even with best passed. I made a fast pass for star tours to of roller rollercoaster, good choices. All rides. I'd never been on to do with my brother and sister law since my sister in parents didn't want to go on in my nieces or three years old eight months old. So they resort the only when we got to do star tours in the rest of my brother had changed ratios as not a hundred percent sure on how to work fast pass on the app yet. So we had to cancel top terror in. Anyway, we were walking to muppet vision, three d when my mom stopped in pointed out to characters between star tours revision goofy and max. Oh, that's awesome. It could not have been more perfect because fees, my favorite character I love of you movie as wearing powerline t shirt that I got hot topic specifically for this trip. My three year old NASA's freaking out. The rest of my family went to of vision, and I went to meet max in goof by myself. There was someone in front of me wearing a max shirt that I was talking to who told me that goofy movie was also his favorite movie. And we talked right up until it was time to meet them while Maxon goof went for a break. They saw both of our shirts in gave us both thumbs up. Finally got to my turn to meet them right away. Mech started playing era guitar and gave me two thumbs up. I asked max if he was going to Paris for the powerline concert, the guideline told me about it but didn't get details on represent right, and he nodded, but then told me not to tell. The next thing I knew goofy was doing the perfect cast. It was so awesome and put the biggest smile on my face after being annoyed with my brother since Max's rarely out. So I thought it was perfect decided to wear my powerline shirt that day before leaving the park. I want to guess relations to tell them how happy I was a c. max out. They told me that a guy came by earlier until the same thing. Hopefully laboring mix up more as I think the popularity of goofy movie is getting higher. Like I said, not the most magical moment, but the one thing I remember most that made me smile for my three trips..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"The chief was receptive to that, like he was willing after a little bit to listen and change his mind and that had to be really hard for him. Yeah, because if you think about it, like. His anger comes from warranted place. Oh, definitely. So it's one of those situations where like the white man quote. Has basically forced him to be the way he is. Yeah. I mean, there's no real other way for him to act because it's either I stand my ground in act the way that I'm acting or I give everything up, and that's not a fair situation to put anybody in ever. But as we know, Davies advocate for them, chief red stick didn't see that at first, but thankfully did after they and I like how his chief red six way to like settle. It was too like literally fight not. Well, I mean potentially fatally, but who knows if he would have stopped right before been like get out of here, kind of like what David with him or like David could have killed him. But then said, no, I'm not gonna do that, right? Which I think proved to the chief like, okay, the sky means that he really does want to help us right? He didn't come in secrets out to kill us like the other way. Right. Do the, he recognized the good. Listen, Devi. I'm going to put him in slithering though because I think that it's his business, his super ambitious to. Be able to. Make hard decisions be a leader for his people. In the decision he's making. Any Klux human scopes. Yeah, that there's a little. There's a little. Snakes. I do. Alrighty. Favorite parts of the movie and favorite character. We're going to do them together. So mine is Davy, which I think I've basically said, why in the character analysis of him, he is progressive. He's an advocate for the Indians. He does what he thinks is right. Needs to do. And I think that my favorite scene is definitely when he comes back into congress and gives that speech about why they shouldn't pass this Bill. Is just in powering to hear somebody who normally would never have a voice in congress. Like he definitely was not the normal type of person who would have been elected to congress. Right, right. Sometimes he comes in and like that and is not an his frontier out. Yeah. So, and that's why people like him. But the fact that he was able to have a voice in congress, all the way back in the eighteen hundreds is awesome angry. Davies, my favorite to for all the things we said. And that's also my favorite scene because you know, he gets tip off that this is gonna happen immediately leaves what he's doing goes, don't even know how far trusts George right away. Yeah. When George comes in and says, h- you need to get out of here. Yeah, comes in, doesn't listen to want to buy a saying, no. Get out on my way. I I need to. I need to talk doesn't as as me like you're not my kind of politician or something like something along those lines. Any like throws him at George? George, the George catches them any yet. Wrong. Oh, but my other favorite scene just because it was hilarious to me MAG is one. I don't remember who is finding, but Davies, like in the scuffle and always he's finding Bigfoot and Vic foot grabs lake. Some stand off the ground throws Davies. Davies reactions. So who's like. Way. So fake also. All right. My turn. My favorite is also no Spurs Davey I think he's just like that guy that you want to root for. That's why everybody loved the movie..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"And this thing it like I like how they use the some like catchy up where you were in the movie. It was the story of how in. Yes, yeah, I liked that. I knew when it said Davy Crockett, king, the wealth frontiers like this is the last section of the movie name of the movie rare here at the end. Sedating. He's a good character. Yeah, like him along great character development. You're like. So he kind of seems like a reckless fighter a little bit in the beginning of the rules, right? He's like, oh, I like the one part where he looks at George and he's like, I guess we're gonna have to start disobeying orders again. Because he didn't get his way when he was talking to the general. But he, I think that he's just a very likable character. He can't not like him. He doesn't do anything bad and into be honest. So I had never seen this movie, but I did know that he interacted with Indians and I immediately assumed it was going to be bad. I did too, but watching the movie, I was like, oh my God, he's an advocate for them. Like, how cool is that? So then he turned into this like really cool, progressive character that I liked, and I was like, oh my gosh, she's going against everything in congress basically. And then they try and keep him out. That was crazy. They send him on this tour to try and keep him out of congress that he can't try and talk people out of voting for this Indian removal Bill..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"A little crush. She's got a big crush, but she, I mean, like, you know, talking about seeing them on TV might hearing about where they're gonna be all of merchandise that was all over the place like she if that is the equivalent. Davy Crockett, fifties. It's crazy. Yeah. I would say that the two frozen in early two thousand ten. Mag- just let it go. I just I just pictured. I just picture mums with their strollers literally running people over to get in lines, meet on Elsa in the morning, magic kingdom. Let me tell you guys. It happened. I worked at. We used to have to hold a rope in front of the crowd in walked them back to fantasy land because people were getting injured from being run over by strollers not joking. I wish I was. Well, no, because I don't. I'm not obviously not a girl, so I don't like the whole Princess craze. I do my favorite Princess, but I would never like if I tried those like I wanna meet on all side be like, you have to wait till the line is like dead. You are not going to. I'm not getting trampled by a bunch of mums because you wanna see us like, yeah, no, I mean, and it was like a floor our way every day back then to meet them. It was insane about the telling you to meet Milano. I don't think that Milan has a meet and greet. She only comes out for the party. Yep. I know. All right, from fix back to David Crockett. So the ballot of David Crockett which everyone knows and it's been stuck in my head proposal like two weeks now. Is the only song ever to be charted on Billboard's top one hundred popular songs at the same time by three different artists. So there was a version by Bill Hayes, the version sung by fess Parker, and then another one by Ernie Ford, Tennessee, Ernie Ford's in Serey. So then I found this article that like was a fact checking of the ballad of Davy Crockett. So. Like it says he was born on a mountaintop in Tennessee. He was actually born on the banks of the Nullah Truckee river, which is not far from runs through really. And then it says that he killed a bear when he was only three. I'm sorry bar when he was only three turns out there's no evidence that he did that did ever claim to do so. But he did grow very skills, skillful hunter, bear hunting was kind of his trademark in his political campaigns, which is like, hilarious. That would never fly any other time than like now back then it's just like, can you imagine some, I don't give you imagined Obama going up there and being like a marine. Hundred people being like, yeah. Did he fight single-handed against the creek Indians? He volunteered to fight, but he was a smaller unimportant part of the creek war. Also, part of his legend is that he was a defender. Indian rights is true up to a point. He did vote on the right side of the issue in congress against Andrew Jackson's Indian removal Bill that was passed in resulted in the trail of tears. So he really was a friend to native Americans. Did he serve spell in congress, fixing up the government in laws in takeover Washington, he did go to congress and serve three terms. He was a well known figure because he came to symbolize the frontier, but he didn't get anything done. Really? Yes. Tim doesn't own subscription. My face. See, keep putting David Crockett on blast man a sorry. I mean he was. He was actually were putting the ballot on blast the ballot on blast. Yeah, clearly it was starting to pay cash tag belt on blast. So did they need him at the Alamo? He was volunteer of the song movie imply. He went to Texas to fight in Texas revolution, but that's not the case he went because all his life us moving west in search of better land, better opportunities. He had lost his reelection in congress, went back to ten see, but he can't stay in one place for very long. So he ended up going to Texas. Listen to fight, ended up in the limo, and that's how he died on March six of eighteen thirty six quote. Probably Elmo is the reason remember remember him today because it's a hugely important event in both the history and the mythology of Texas in Crockett was at the time the most famous person there..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"So someone named buddy absent. I looked up. He is in the Beverly hillbillies breakfast at Tiffany's, and then to TV shows bonanza gunsmoke which my dad used to watch every day. So I know they, I really love records the Tiffany, watched it in a while really games. I've never seen it either, but I know I should. So that doesn't mean much to me, but I know other people know who he is. So buddy ebbs. It was going to play David Crockett until Disney saw fess Parker in the movie them which is in nineteen fifty four. And when he saw him, he said, that's my Davy Crockett. And he became so identified with the role in nineteen sixty four. He starred in another TV series about Daniel Boone who's another American frontiers, man. I feel like he definitely after doing this. I feel like he was typecast oh, he's in the water. It's kinda like hot blanking, Clint Eastwood, big time, cowboy frontier, dune. You mean. So wall so that if he had known the success that David Crockett was going to have, he wouldn't have killed him off the third TV episode there yo MAG. Yup. But he found a way around it as we know. I mean, while sticks to history but doesn't always stick history. So like, yeah, everybody knows he dies in the Alamo, but if anybody was gonna undo that it would have been a few. So this film made a million dollars despite the fact that over fifty percent of the US had already seen it on TV. So this was due in part to the fact that the reviews and promotional material for the film didn't give any indication that it was a couple of compilation to the three one hour Davy Crockett, TV episodes, carpet, Indian, fighter, David, carpet, the ELO. The only difference between the TV movie version was at the theatrical version was in color. So ABC probably worth going to. I think that I mean what they have released nightmare bunch of times in the film and the one time it was three d, I s it. Yeah, you know what I mean is is different right kid. You ain't time nightmares in theater. Go Gonna see go see it. it. We just went to go see Harry Potter leaders for the anniversary. So I will about that. So ABC ABC TV which aired first Disneyland did not broadcast in color the time. So there was no way for being color when it came out. The this was the most successful early example of merchandise licensing licensing? Yes. I just want to say that it blows my mind that my mom was alive during this time and there was no color TV. We've. Isn't it crazy how fast things change? Yeah, more so than I think I mean, this is I can talk about this because it's relevant and it's coming out today. Obama just speak to the university of Illinois, and he said that we are progressing faster than like ever in history like humanity is like just flying by with technology and stuff. I mean with the education that we're getting different, it's totally different keep, but everybody should listen to that speech. So good. He was very off topic, but. He's the Crockett of our time, but he doesn't hunt bars. Or granite. Turn granola bar. Tune. Even granted on an Indian. So there was the Crockett perfectly like included skin caps and bubblegum cards. Another examples of successful merchandise in like the nineteen fifties area was like half along Cassidy. Elvis Presley in the sixties. It was like the Beatles, the monkeys in the Batman TV series. So other big hitters along. So it'll debut. It's crazy to think that the Davy Crockett craze is on the level of the Beatles, the monkeys and Batman of the sixties. Yeah. I mean, like I can picture those crazes in my head. Yeah, I wasn't alive during them obviously. But like I mean, the Beatles are still nuts. My mom talks about my mom talks about the Beatles craze. 'cause I mean, she was. She was like ten. She has a little bit across good Paul. Oh yeah..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"Sparks national Davy Crockett craze with many Coon skin caps being sold as well as successful as well as a successful recording of the episode's theme song, the ballad of Davy Crockett, which we saying which we saying and. Yeah, I, I remember being. So whenever I was on the college program, we had classes that you could take. They still do this. I'm sure in one of them was just kind of about like the history of the company, and I remember them talking about the Davy Crockett craze, like this was one of the first times besides the whole Mickey Mouse craze with merchandise. This was like the next big craze with the frozen of fifty. Five kind of was like from more like the Moana now because. Yeah. So it was. It was crazy everybody wanted to consume hat. We still sell them in frontierland. I don't work anymore. I don't know why that we base still sell them in frontierland. And if he actually, if you go to Disney land, you can go on the canoes didn't do that. I know we'll have to do it. So the success of the film prompted Disney to create a sequel. However, Davy Crockett dies at the Alamo. So does need decides to do prequel movies which Timms actually on this next episode with us as well. Davy Crockett in the river pirates. Consisted of the final two episodes of the TV series. Does need like this is popular. How do I get this back? He died. I know. I wonder if like after it was so popular, he kind of regretted that on being. Oh, shoot. What else could I have done with his story? But it's a good idea to do prequels. I mean. Also debuts real dude. So he was he was doing his thing and like kindness stick in the history cannot only mean what Disney. Is not gonna. Tyne relief at the Alamo. Technically, you don't see him dies. So he could've just swung it. But you can, you know, that was what it meant at the end when they had the Texas flag. And yeah, for sure. The song when you don't forget about the Alamo, you're like, oh, shoot on, yeah. Yeah. This actually a really good movie though. Yeah, enjoyed advise. I haven't seen it since I was a kid. It'd been a long time. I can see why people would have a craze about it because it's unlike the other historical kind of things that Tamar venturous more. I feel more real. Yeah. Like Davy the way that they portrayed Davy earn any? No. Obviously that could have really been how he was. He was just a very real character like it's this nobody guy who is really good, who happens to be really good at fighting volunteers, him and his friend volunteer to go into the war there, amazing what they do. And then he kind of turns into this politician that is like for the people, you know, and he's just a very likable guy because I think a lot of people can relate to him like, oh, this just this guy, who's you know, had a fan. Family lost his wife and is just trying to like make a name for himself. And I think that it just like attracted people to like him in in because of that, it attracted people to like TV series too close. Like when you look at the other legends, like Robin Hood or ROY, I dunno like this one just had like a different humor to it wasn't just like dried history. There was like, yeah, like David hammer personnel. He was Vissen. This was American. I think that's another thing to Robin Hood and rob ROY. Those were based in the UK based off history from the UK that people probably didn't really learn a lot about. I think we talked about that in Robin Hood. Maybe I can't remember what movie we discussed that in one of our guests brought it up news like, you know. These movies probably didn't do very well because people didn't necessarily have the means to learn that history, knowing understand the story. Whereas if you were watching the story now we have the internet at our fingertips. We can be like, who is this character ruin it? So we Google the name and it comes up really? Okay. I understand what's going on now. Whereas with Davy Crockett first of all, it was a TV series. So there's a lot more information people were getting, which I think was helpful in the beginning..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"Does things as only always comes out on top somehow. He was politics, natural love, some strong advocate for Indian rights. She ended up at the elbow because apparently he's guilty as the be there, and he's. Twenty seconds, but not as good as you guys. You like had a southern accent. We're saying the beginning bar bar who bear. At work, Donna bar. That was like simmer. Really weird. All right. So some history on David Crockett. It was released in nineteen fifty five. It is on it stars fess Parker's Devi Crockett and he was also just in what movie was he just in that we watched rob ROY. No, no, not robbery has come out yet. Oh, the great locomotive. Jeez, the great locomotive Shays at also going to be in westward ho. The wagons nice so future. So he he kind of has a niche for what types of movies he's in. So this is actually an edited compilation of the first three stories from the Disney television. Miniseries Davy Crockett was TV show before this, and then they kind of took that created the movie. So it was Davy Crockett Indian fighter. Davy Crockett goes to congress in db carpet at the Alamo. The movie was mostly filmed in Tennessee in Wildwood, regional park in Thousand Oaks California, and it was released because of the enormous success of the TV show. So the film remains Walt Disney's most successful television film project. The Devi Crockett episodes of the mid fifties..
"davy crockett" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"Of the lack of coherence to the political message of this movie matt pete any thoughts on mic supers legal again ms l a doesn't have the same as backup does i mean i have a slightly different read of maga in the sense that i see it as kind of also geared towards notions of conquest and and the idea of of national aggression so not just not necessarily just a davy crockett catchphrase but it's also about papering over large structural problems with the notion that by being angry and by being hostile you will improve your standing of everybody right then this manifested and things like wars and stuff like that and that it just feels like the kind of belligerence that is not to be trusted i think that that that that's that's maybe the big the clue perhaps is not necessarily what it means specifically like you know the idea of america first stuff has a very definitive history a lot of people aren't aware of it but once you are aware of it is the kind of thing you can't unsee right that you're using specific disk and we believe a lot in overthinking at i think in the historical relations of discourses that you can't necessarily repeat the same sentence and have it be have no association from the second time he said it to the first time you said it and so when you say things that white supremacists world saying back in the day like that associated with white supremacy but at the same time there's a lot of people who are not aware of what that what that connection and don't see it and don't know that it's there and i think that that maps onto the screen slavery plot pretty well in the sense that the guy who is selling his batman adam west the movie plot which is let's get all the world leaders onto a boat which i think is also a plot of an episode of tailspin i'm not sure but actually it's a little different it's all the magnates of industry that get on the spruce moose in that one but it's it's not going to dehydrate them but they are going to put them all under mind control this is a very adam west batman kind of blot and but the guy who's gathering everybody and serving as the guy who's selling this everybody has no idea what he's selling.
Health department issues warnings after raccoon tests positive for rabies in Marion County
"Has been suspended pending the outcome of a district investigation because this happened yesterday that he was a spended he's on administrative leave with pay because students said that he took some class time to drown nuisance animals that would be raccoons i can't even imagine they are big in they're mean and i don't know how you go about drowning raccoons in front of a class this this probably was an unpleasant process and i i would question yeah i mean this is worse than waterboarding if you're drowning them i look i think that raccoons deserve a cruel fate but not in front of kids i mean i know they're high school kids and he was trying to make a point the district says we receive statements of the teacher drowned multiple animals in front of students and with student participation that would have been fun because the animals were nuisance animals to the ag program at the school so said kevin christian school district spokesman look eliminating raccoons from destroying the program at the school but maybe doing it in in class time now this is unless right he's making a contribution here to the student lunch program only teasing only teasing this is in marion county florida the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission issued a statement saying that it is looking into an incident that occurred at forest high school in marion county involving a raccoon i do not know what happened to the for of this animal but i do know that the coon skin caps that once were popular when back in the nineteen fifties when there was a davy crockett craze most of them were not actually made from real raccoon tails and for bill in lacey washington bill you're on the michael medved show afternoon michael how you doing doing well number one i hope you have not instigator they peter boycott of your show now.
"davy crockett" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Ociety because you know what we might go into an uncomfortable area and say you know what i'm glad that's uncomfortable we should keep that uncomfortable because that that doesn't that doesn't work for me that's not a good place for us to go but just to act as if you can't have those conversations is ridiculous if you can't have those conversations how do you advance how do you how do you challenge a long held belief in for a while long held belief was black people should be slaves and it was really uncomfortable for people like benjamin franklin to have the conversation you know what i don't think black people should be slaves it was the thing that had happened for how many years in a hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of you all of this theory basically people had slaves it was not a questioned part of society largely but people like franklin and many others took that uncomfortable step to say hey maybe we're the worst people on earth for doing this so there's an interesting piece of history sam houston the governor of texas he was a senator of texas i he was actually kicked out of the out of the senate he and davy crockett a lot of them because he disagreed with slavery sam houston you know evil racist texas sam houston sam houston was on the floor of the senate and they were arguing that that preachers have no place in politics the democrats the southern democrats they have no place in politics their voice is in the church there is a separation of church and state and that's when charles sumner got up about eighteen fifty seven and he got up and he said let me address this and sam houston got up and said charles sit down i got this one and he gave one of the most rip roaring speeches about freedom of speech freedom of press freedom of religion and freedom of thought here's to senators standing up and saying no i think you misunderstand just because you're a preacher doesn't mean you lose your right to free thought free expression freedom of your own voice nobody ever loses that now the left will say today that well.
"davy crockett" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"Yeah so all those characters are like that davy crockett this false idea frontier or whatever and then obviously the donner party like a religious party that all resorts cannibalism to survive and just like in this one little throwaway line yeah so good she is a great like funny he goes like you're so the mary tyler moore luxu that's enough she yes she stops him like a teacher and it's awesome it's so good 'cause you mmediately there's so much you learn about character in this moment like yeah kills people for a living but he's like respects people like like cares about them and the people in his life in this weird way yeah he's so honest throughout this whole movie and that was one yes that kills me he's kills you kills you shy away from saying he's a professional killer that's what i was going to get back to you too is it's my favorite thing because i love that everyone has just a snarky remark back like they like you think they're being dessel with that yeah and every you know what a growing industry like everyone is moving has agency to them in a way that is honest and and motivate like many driver could so easily be like a manic pixie dream character and she literally says i'm not that great scenes the movie with which is very out of its time i think you know movies aimed at young men or whatever but i think that i think that plays back into like what you were saying about this being like in his career of movies like he was at this going he was reflecting back online because he was an eighties he was an eighties like hearthrob he was in all those movies and that's what he was known for he was known for this guy he was like i want to close it was almost as movie was like i want to close the book on that by.
"davy crockett" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The alamo doesn't referred davy crockett and a wave travis it refers to two years ago porsche guys ratcheted oregon had the big laid thirty one points tissue came back won the game in triple overtime efsa tied for the biggest comeback ever in a division one a college game and i see life on a tcu sideline and i guys up told me befuddled by kenny hill hill reporter else with wobbled passes that are ontarget or close to it and then that was a beautiful deep all were there under it perfect spiral that obviously resulted in a receiver speedy receiver catching it in stride and 95 you are built up a big play well the only reason stanford still has this lead at this once journal's stanford plus two in that regard and they've been out d four twenty seven to three ofri and obviously i 90 sevenyard pass way will tilt the scales but here is at stanford was a decidedly the better team in the first half right now luxury can say that told me go back to those opportunities in the first half when they didn't convert cannot lead points on on the field against a team like dc you have shown the ability to score would wish linked over deregulate just ran a full right by and large the replay family murphy on his greater can were on any ken hill put it right on the money edwards took a bad angle to recently injuries nearly as good a stanford second areas and the depth they are going deep into that fdr scarlett from the three right up the middle scarlett out to the thirty and tackle the thirty one yard line but you're talking about a stanford defense that has now without justin read joey alfieri eric cotton john barnes showed barton pleasurable elisa holdups that's five starters 5 out of eleven and or by the way a really good backup linebacker occur disrupt of five starters on that defensive unit it's up to the offense to keep pace love is in there this has been effective formation and personnel grouping for stamford it's retied ends up they have parkinson's spread out they do have marks in there as fullback first in from a 25 head off law that's.
"davy crockett" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Twenty one minutes after the hour on the michael medved show that was a campaign song born free vykhino wrought that was used by knit romney a candidate that i supported very enthusiastically i still believe by the way that mitt romney would have made a great president of the united states exactly what our country needed in two thousand and twelve alas is kid rock what we need in 2016 running for the us senate from michigan uh well days what democrats need they're already raising money based on the idea that debbie stab announceed may not be as safe as everyone is assumed and they have to put more and more and more and more money in the bank on her behalf what what's going on with all of this because when you look back in american history there are very very few politicians who came into politics as celebrities of any kind you could say davy crockett did a back in the eighteen 30s but he was at the the whole idea of national celebrities it exists today was very unusual the only way you became a national celebrity when it's politics if you're victorious general like general william henry harrison who became president or general zack retailer became president or so many other generals particularly after the civil war who ended up going into politics directly from the military but that's different because if you're in in the military you're working for the us government right and going over and transitioning from commanding our forces in the field to helping to command the government the dispatches those forces that's not as big a jump as going from being a rock and roller to rocking the senate one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six our phone number let's go to nancy in phoenix arizona nancy you're on the michael medved show well my could see kurt russell run a hot as the or democrat oh as anything he mart sharp well informed conservative uh in most regard.