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"doris day" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"doris day" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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Writer AE Hotchner, friend to Hemingway, Newman, dead at 102
"Author and play right Erin Edward Hotchner has died at the age of one hundred two after service in World War two was a journalist in the U. S. Army Air Corps Hotchner became close friends with Ernest Hemingway writing is nineteen sixty six biography Papa Hemingway who's working also adapted for place in television later with another close friend and Westport Connecticut neighbor actor Paul Newman archer co founded Newman's own which donates all profits to charities they co wrote a memoir about the project called shameless exploitation in pursuit of the common good he also wrote bestselling biographies of Doris Day and Sophia Loren in a book about his childhood king of the hill later adapted into a Steven Soderbergh
"doris day" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Think it's very easy you know let's look I can't think right no I'm just in my scorecard even as we speak no that's fine the experience when you're watching it you see someone come up like Doris Day and you're like that was this year yeah yeah I she already does or like every year they put her up or you think did that happen along time ago yes it's it's a bizarre thing in the morning news you like that person the goal the golden globes was so fast that was the one thing my criticism of the golden globes is that they really rushed through those and it was like you didn't even have time to read the names should we even do it cool and it is it's a recent development isn't it within the last five years no as for as long as I can remember yeah I think people would be upset if if they didn't do it anymore you know especially someone like Kirk Douglas who was just you know if we want Lee yeah I don't like the intermittent clapping go either class for everybody it's it's their death army or the Lexus would say yeah.
"doris day" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The musical genius of Charles Manson we're here with I for Davis who wrote the book Manson exposed to reporters fifty year journey into Madison murder welcome back to the show did Manson I I by Google some of his music it's it's pretty horrible is it not the greatest I mean you read you baby you describe him as a musical genius and I I think there was a lady since the annual voice dripping in the musical genius and in fact he would love to be in a musical genius he would love to be the rocks down because the being a rock star I honestly believe you and I would not be talking today about the east they fell by the wayside even though he had great connections with Dennis Wilson of the beach boys and Terry Melcher the son of Doris Day you wanted that one time to record him for a possible recording contract that mansion didn't quite have it interesting that people really kind of talk to him he must've they must've been something about his music because I I couldn't find it that I but of course I'm not a musical expert and it just seemed pretty pretty bad yeah it was it was kind of average doubtful though you know it's a funny business the musical business as you probably know because Neil Young there was a pretty good did musician himself at one time so it in the early days when he when he saw Charlie thirty was kind of a but given that Bob Dylan in the making yeah he was not of course he was a killer in the making right we do you know the followers are the are the interesting part can you tell us a little bit about the followers and in particular the dissident squeaky from which name probably as is one that listeners would remember most because she went on to try to assassinate president Gerald Ford can you tell our listeners who these women were who went to jail and what happened to them eventually the foam and sounded good came for pretty good homes I mean.
"doris day" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That said it was a takeoff on the, the men of the Mancha movie theater. And they called me, the man of LA Musica, that was in armor, carrying a spear, and a horse said Jim Lieber the man of LA Musica the music professor seven eleven tonight on, on, w w so that was it was fifty fifty years ago, fuel old. Thinking about this fifty years ago. It's a long time and that line of at that time, was James Francis. Patrick O'Neal J, the beloved morning, mayor. And then jockey, Joe Kelley days, we simulcast the but Ron show, big ratings television radio. And then jockey Joe came back then rich king came on. Right. And then I found him at nights seven to eleven and I'm the only one left from the whole group this month is actually twenty five years since I came to Cincinnati. That seems like a long day of nineteen ninety four so it does seem like a long time, but you're not don't worry. You're not so old that I'm going to say you've got good color. You're old enough to say, hey, you look good. Like I'm surprised. Steve sheltie. How are you? Yeah. Based on what Jim was saying me thinking that fifty years ago about this time I graduated from the eighth grade from Saint, Catherine of CNN. Westwood graduated from the eighteenth grade. See see kindergarten graduate eighth grade. Graduations you graduate from high school graduate from college. But you graduated from the eighth grade. Back in those days, we did not have any ceremony last day at school, right boys and girls you made it now you're going. But Tim Conway one of two famous celebrity deaths this past week. I guess they're was coming threes. The famed architect. I m pay died yesterday at the age of one zero two. Yeah. Doris day earlier in the week doors capital off from the west side of Cincinnati. America's sweetheart. Finally passed on she was what ninety five or ninety seven I, I'm trying to, I think it was ninety seven so Tim Conway Toma, Daniel Tim Conway. One of one of the funniest people I think I ever saw TV. From Willoughby Ohio past just a few days ago. At the age of eighty five and you had the chance to at least get to know hang around with Tim Conway posted a picture on Facebook, Tim, and I was taken here in Cincinnati. But I I met him in Cleveland he died. Of course the other day at the age of eighty five he was on kY before I got there, w KYC is station in Cleveland came to Cincinnati from eleven hundred on your doubts. WT. AM now I guess, but he was a KYW. He was said, except we worked at the same station. They said, I was with biggie. Wilson big Wilson did the morning show. Okay. Did you do for big? You will you to be funny on, I was gopher. So go for coffee. Go for doughnuts. Right. I never really and then he hooked up with her knee. Anderson, Ernie Anderson's, a guy who's like the greatest voice of when when I, I gotta stop you right there. When we were Nashville station, I was at in Nashville. We had Ernie Anderson, doing all of our top of the hour voiceovers, and he had that great voice, and he used to do the love boat on TV, one of the one of the greatest voice-over artist of all time, Ernie Anderson, so he and Ernie did that he did a show Ernie this show called Galardo itself. Hor late night, horror show, and it's a legend, they have delighted conventions in Cleveland, actually went back for a Wickes, twelve sixty and other states. I worked at in Cleveland had a big reunion went back and it was tied into the Galati festival. I mean, there are guys masks, and all that he was a legend, in Cleveland from that show from them show, the rent and Tim Conway did little bits with him on that show on K. W I guess, Tim is at another station, they brought them in is a director and then filed that like a week later, he didn't know anything about directly today. Fired him great guy. First time I met him. I was in my pajamas in a parade in a Macy's day prayed for a mayday praise matter of fact. Me because I was in my pajamas the station that was doing late show. So they had me wearing my pajamas little go cart, or some little tight around today, that would be perfectly perfectly acceptable at WalMart. Exactly. Posted this thing. And John Jeter, who worked at channel five said, Clement said he took he had the privilege of taking Harvey Korman and Tim Conway to Lynch is well, everybody Lucille ball. Bob Bill went to his, and he said, it was was hilarious because here's Harvey Korman. And here's Tim Conway going around table to table. Passing that the, the pickles in the sauerkraut and he went to launch and made it a bit. Sketch from Carol Burnett. And then you've got Izzy and his wife rose always screaming back and forth. Joan in each other, and then Jackson, the guy in the back room. Boot would bring up the corn beef Jackson going on here. That place was worth whatever you go in there for lunch. It was a show and you can imagine what those two guys, they're just funny guy. God, if you around very unassuming not gonna start all just a regular guy, just a nice guy sit down. And you wouldn't you'd never know. He's, he's gone, the passing of another legend lifelong Levin. But I mean you got the chance to meet him and that's not nice guy. Great guy. We worked at the same station. Of course. I came later. Sixty six ninety meet a lot of famous, people that were just bastards. A few a few drop some names. Pulse. I think pulsa. The thing we played a heck of a Simon Garfunkel coming to town, and we had to show and I'm backstage work station. Hey, I'm Barbara breach. Doesn't touch it. He goes, I want that signed down. We don't go on. So what, what sign signed big sign of bags, wick St. present station signed logo the logo in the back three. But check with candy candy forest promotion, girl, come over and talk to them. And finally, they settled it but first time you meet in a guy Medicis jockey on the air, wait a second. I play you records, right? Contributing to his royalties. So that was one of them, and Timothy Hutton, I've been see actor Timothy. He did ordinary people. And that's when. The star of the movie, her son committed suicide. Mary Tyler Tyler Moore and his dad, Jim hunting did smoothies, with Marilyn Monroe bus stop and the first thing he said to me was don't ask me about my dad, and I don't wanna talk about the about Mary Tyler Moore. I'm going and, and the promotion person never got me the movie to watch. So that was a difficult interview and he was, and I understand him, you know, he was probably want to be on this tour to talk about it at this time, but it was not it was not good for me. It was Paul Reiser, or the TV actor, Paul Reiser diner and, and had mad about you total putts in the studio. Call off five minutes till the top of the hour more of this, and Steve sheltie.
"doris day" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My. My wish the jury came to. In. Certain. I've told you some of the reasons why I love Doris day. I guess everyone who loves her has their own reasons. And when I say, everyone, I mean, lots of people Doris day is the biggest female box office star in Hollywood history. She started singing and big bands when she was a teenager made her first film when she was twenty four and after making about forty movies, walked away from that part of her life in nineteen sixty eight after that her mission was rescuing and caring for animals. Dr stay ended her public life many years ago. We phoned her at her home in California, Doris day, welcome to fresh air. I know you rarely give interviews. So let me start by saying that even if we only get to speak for a few moments, I'm so excited that I get to issue, a happy birthday and tell you how much you work means to me when I grew up, your movies were very popular. But I kind of thought of them as my parents generation likewise with. The recordings. But when I started making my own taste, I fell in love with your early recordings and that led me to your movies, your early movies, or later movies. And I just love you work. Thank you so much. I can't believe it now, you're so sweet to say, all those nice things I have to say your voice, still sounds like Doris day's voice doesn't. Yeah. Well, that's good. Did singing always feel more pure to you like us? I always think when you're in a movie you're playing apart. But when I hear you singing, I just feel like that is you that is like, just cutting to your essence, there's something so beautiful, and also naked about it like there's no you're not. I don't feel like you're playing a character. Do you know what I'm saying? It's just I feel like I'm hearing your essence. Well, that sounds good to me. But did you feel different as a singer, then as an actress? No, not at all. I just, you know, I was put in a film. I never acted. And, and then I discovered that we that I would be singing in that first film. And it was just natural. It was it just came so natural romance on the high seas. Yes. We're listening to the interview I recorded with Doris day in twenty twelve. She died Monday at the age of ninety seven. We'll hear more of the interview after a break. This is fresh air. We'd like to take a moment to thank, and share a message from our sponsor nature's way offering quality herbal supplements since nineteen sixty nine they believe that nature knows best, which is why it has always been their mission to seek out the best herbs. The earth has to give nature's way is committed to going to any continent, or country to find where herbs grow best. Find out more at nature's way dot com nineteen sixty five darkened street corner in some Alabama and a murder. A new podcast exposes the lies that kept this murder from being solved and explorers memory myth and accountability for a crime at the heart of the civil rights movement from NPR white lies. Listen and subscribe, now we're remembering direst day. She died Monday. Let's get back to the interview I recorded with her in twenty. Twelve so a lot of people may already know the story. But when you were a teenager in paramount offered to bring you from your home in Cincinnati to Hollywood. You had a going away party and on the way home the car you were in was hit by a train, and one of your legs was shattered, and that ruined what your dream was at the time, which was to be a dancer. And it's only after that, that you discovered, you could sing. And when I hear that story, I think how could Doris day possibly have known that she couldn't sing until until she was a teenager? And, and laid up after this accident. When that accident happened I was a dancer with a boy partner, I was very young, but we used to sing together, and then we would dance. So I was used to singing, but then when that accident happened, it was a bad thing for my I my leg was hurt badly and my right foot so much so that I couldn't walk and I had to lie down and I was just lying down all the time and the couple of years went by because the, the bones in my right leg from the knee down. We're not healing. And so that went on for a few years, and I did nothing but just lie there because they had to wait until the bone in the bones would come together. Did that give you a sense of patience or? Zayed's. I mean, could you must have been really nervous about healing the time time only patients can see through something like that. Will my mother didn't go into the details about the, the bones not knitting? She just said, you know, we have to take our time with this, and, and you understand that. And I said, sure whatever has to be. We'll be and sounds like he's going to print that out. No. But I, I, I didn't mind I wasn't upset and I wasn't anxious to get out of bed. And I knew that I had to lie there and be quiet. And suddenly it pulled together and I was able to stand. And then before too long, I was singing with the van in Cincinnati at the age of sixteen but the, the man who, who brought his band into the place was well-known in Cincinnati and loved by everybody. And my mother told him about sixteen and she said, she's not supposed to be singing anywhere in getting paid at sixteen. And he said, we'll put up pretty gown on her. We're gonna fix her hair's. Really beautiful and she's going to sing the way I like her to sing. And then we go on from there. She's eighteen. Uh-huh. So so you had a lie a little bit. He did it. I kept that the two years older for years. That's really funny. Yeah, I was always two years older than I really was. And so then, you know as the years go on, in my mother said to me, you know what she said it just because to me, you've been whatever the, the number was that she talked about, she's maybe like, thirty, she said, you know what you're not really thirty or twenty eight. And I looked at her and I said, oh, my gosh. I forgot all about that. We both did. So, so what birthday are we actually celebrating? Now. Eighty eight. Okay. So that's a real number. Okay.
"doris day" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message, come from total wine and more, where friendly in store teams can recommend the perfect bottle of wine or beer for any occasion or budget with eight thousand wines, and two thousand five hundred years. There's always something new to explore more. It's whole wind dot com. From WHYY in Philadelphia. I'm Terry gross with fresh air today. Part two of my interview with Howard Stern his new book is a collection of some of his best interviews and includes a personal essay in which he writes about his cancer scare and 2017. It wasn't cancer. But it took a year for him to fully recover from the exploratory surgery man. If that doesn't rocky reality and get you into a frame of mind where like, wow, how much time do I have left and what is it? I'm really trying to accomplish with that time, lots of talk about being raised by a mother with severe depression. Boy, it we adopt today. Later. We'll listen back to my interview with Doris day, she died Monday. She talked about discovering she could sing only after a car accident shattered her leg and her dream of becoming a dancer, love me only. Howard Stern described my interview with him as exhausting. We talked a long time, because there was so much to talk about too much to fit in one show yesterday. We heard part one today. We have part two of my interview with Howard Stern the occasion for the interview is the publication of his new book collecting some of his favourite interviews from his Sirius XM radio show. The book is called Howard Stern comes again. Let's pick up where we left off yesterday. So we were talking say something love when you say Howard Stern comes again. It's wanted to write. I wanted to write a really good book that we're title and, and it would have don't to means well in a way. Yes, it definitely has too many possibly three. But what's really interesting to me is that somehow I didn't want it imply in the book that somehow the whole show has changed, and you're going to tune in and you're going to hear you know, so, you know, this series broadcast, blah, blah, we still employ tons of second-grade, humor and Howard Stern comes again is such a juvenile title. I wanted to make sure we got that in there, so and nothing pleases me more to hear on NPR Howard Stern comes again. Okay. So what you just said. How does it feel to be doing? Second-grade humor as you just called it when you're sixty five I thought, maybe I grow out of it. But I haven't there I still love a far humor. I was fart man on MTV. I love trouble saying that word. I'd like I find it. So. Interesting that you play this character, fart, man. And I, I have trouble just even saying the word. I don't know. Well, why is that? I don't know. I ask my time the whole thing's embarrassing. Yeah. Well, that's what I loved about it, because it is embarrassing into my great shame even to this day. I can't look at old pictures of me as far may my belly's hanging out my, my cellulite. Mytalk is so filled with cellulite. What was I thinking you know what I mean? But yet MTV played that over and over again for years and years. And I you know that's the thing. I I let it all hang out. And, and I and I always made myself the brunt of humor, too. I think that's important. And I think even to this day, the reason, people relaxed with me when I do these interviews in the book and on the radio, they know that I'm willing to go there, too. They know I'm willing to discuss the small size of my penis. They know I'm willing to, to be fart man and let my buttocks out there with the cellulite. You know, I remember the look of disgust that people had for me when they saw that buttocks not good. But I still listen. I still love phony phone calls. We are the major manufacturer at Sirius XM. This kind of phony phone calls as somebody in radio. One of the things that I've found so kind of educational about your show. Those people just talking to each other like you and your regulars Robyn, and Gary and Fred, and the whole crew just talking to each other about sometimes really trivial, things kinda like office gossip, but you are talking in your own voices, and of course, you're all really smart and funny. So it was like lively and interesting. But it showed that you can make anything interesting if you're interesting enough in telling it, and if you were just sounded like people talking to each other, it could be really gripping as opposed to sounding like announcers are, like, scripted that's and that's the weird thing back then people weren't doing that on the radio, which was what that was the real revolution p talking like people. And you know, it's funny having written this new book would as an interview, book, p people say, well, what are you most? Proud of on the radio. Well, yeah, I guess I'm most proud of the. Interviews. I like how it's presented in the book and all that. But really there in days for me with the radio show and now we put the show on three days a week. I'll turn to my people and say, you know, the all the people who work with me. And I'll say look for the next two weeks or three weeks. Don't have any guests. I need to group meaning I still think my audience appreciates the most to this day when I walk in, and yeah, I have an agenda, kind of, but I let things unfold. And it just morphs into this great kind of experience, where you're sitting in a room with your friends and being funny, and I have to tell you the days I know I have a guest coming in. I have not seen my stomach sometimes because I know I'm not going to be doing that thing that groove we you talk, Jerry Seinfeld, and one of your interviews about how he and you are always constantly thinking. Her head. How do I make what's happening now? Funny for the show or I know. So that's that means I think that you're always removing yourself from the situation, I mean, that's basically what Jerry Seinfeld says what it's actually what you point out to him. I think that if you're doing that you have run part of yourself in the world in the moment, and the other part, analyzing it and thinking, how do I make this funny tomorrow your jury, and I have a fundamental disagreement about this, my whole life has been walking around, and sometimes I'm really there, but most times, I mining some situation for radio and my methodology for doing that is when it hits me, you know, I always have a pad and a pen around and when it hits me then right to one of my producers Jason Kaplan, and I go notes for air and I quickly get this stuff down on I start to develop what it is. I want to talk about. But as I describe in the book, I'm never fully in the moment. And when I point. -ted out to Jerry. Jerry goes, oh, I'm never in the moment. I'm always mining from Israel. But I said, isn't that terrible? Is he goes, no, I don't care. I love it. He
"doris day" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So told you some of the reasons why I love Doris day. I guess everyone who loves her has their own reasons. And when I say, everyone, I mean, lots of people Dr stay is the biggest female box office star in Hollywood history. She started singing and big bands. When she was a teenager made her first film when she was twenty four and after making about forty movies walked away from that part of her life in nineteen sixty eight after that, her mission was rescuing and caring for animals, Dr stay ended her public life, many years ago, we phone her at her home in California. Dr stay welcome to fresh air. I know you rarely give interviews so let me start by saying that even if we only get to speak for a few moments. I'm so excited that get to issue a happy birthday and tell you how much you work means to me when I grew up your movies were very popular. But I kind of thought of them as my parents generation likewise with the recordings. But when I started making my own taste, I fell in love with your early recordings. And that led me to your movies your early movies or later movies? And I just love you work. Thank you so much. I can't believe it now. To say all those nice things. I have to say your voice still sounds like Doris day's voice. Yeah. Well, that's good. Did singing always feel more pure to you like I always think when you're in a movie, you're playing a part? But when I hear you singing, I just feel like that is you that is like just cutting to your essence, there's something so beautiful. And also naked about it. Like, there's no you're not. I don't feel like you're playing a character. Do you know what I'm saying? I feel like I'm hearing your essence. Well, that sounds good to me. But did you feel different as a singer as an actress, no not at all? I just you know, I was put in a film. I never acted. And and then I discovered that we that I would be singing in that first film, and it was just natural. It just came to an actor and that was romance on the high seas. We're listening to the interview I recorded with Dr stay in twenty twelve she died.
"doris day" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
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That's now banned from all radio stations with Dean Martin the baby it's cold outside that everybody freaking out that it was a a musical Omar to rape. Yeah. Yeah. It was. It was crazy baby is Colo. I'm going to hold you down baby. It's called. I'm gonna have my way with you. With something like that. Wasn't it people need to settle the hell down? That's what I yeah. I was an overreaction. But Doris day, the reason I she was sort of the I I don't know how to put this. When I was when I was just finding my way Steve as a as a teenager. She was the first sort of older woman that floated my boat if you know what I mean, I went to I was thinking about her at night. Steve what I used to think about Doris day at night. That was my first that was my I think about at night. Steve are you sure you're not seventy? Are you sure I wanna see a birth certificate? Well, I'm just telling you that was the first I sort of thing that I feel ancient when I say Farah Fawcett and Lonnie Anderson, we're doing it for me you go doors day. She was. It was Doris day that sort of sort of was my discovery point. Steve maybe would Grace Kelly not want any of that. When I'm older, we literally just talked about all the things we could talk about on the show today. He goes it's kind of a slow day. Then I guess. Yeah. I guess so you anything you wanna talk about like, no this. That's fine. That's good. And then all of a sudden you ram doors day in my face right out of the gate. Well, very alarming. Yeah. Well, you brought up Tim Conway, right? Tim Conway died. I think today or yesterday died today as we record this. I wide love. Well, there's a famous skip many of them. You know, the Carol Burnett show, right? Was sort of what we grew up with or I did. Was a hilarious show of variety show hosted by Coburn that of course, I think anybody's in their early early forties or older would be familiar with the Carol Burnett show from their childhood. Yeah. Of course, the biggest thing was they laughed their head off their own skits that they would they would break from the script doing these doing. These little sketch sketches on the show and it became funnier than ever. And Tim Conway was his most famous I think was. Harvey Korman was his partner, and Tim Conway was a dentist, and he he was he injected injected the. The the freezing needle and he injected into his own thigh. I think and it would be came became a very household cult skit. Look it up on YouTube was very funny one. I always remember is I think it's name was like Mr. Todd ball or something and he had this receptionist. Who is a narrative will not very bright named MRs Wiggins, and he had this funky accent a MRs away gins over. The one character that that stayed with me. But you know, it's fine. A lot of didn't stand the test of time. But you know, he's great in the day and on the topic of things being kinda dated. And like I gave you hard time right now for Doris day. Right. Uh-huh. I feel like almost protective to some degree because inside edition has a YouTube channel and the way they portrayed, Tim Conway. The the headline read Tim Conway who voiced the character barnacle boy on SpongeBob squarepants has died. And then it goes on to say Conway was known to an earlier generation as one of the stars of the Carol Burnett show, total throwaway line. Can you believe that that's a little much? Okay. So let's move. Let's move into something more topical. Hang on. We can't. Okay. Couple of things. You're staying ancient or something happening here. I'm not staying current. I'm staying current good. So I went to the accountant today to do the taxes to there's no punch line here. Just fucking hate going. I hate doing it and all that stuff. Because I because I well, you know, I do all that when I got there. So I'm always a little nervous. And and then I was I was kind of upset when I left there. I don't know. I never organized very well Steve moneywise, and I got a consp- eating ticket today. Oh hate that. Okay. Now, I don't know if you have this in Ottawa, but they've decided here to change all the school zones in Edmonton to thirty kilometers. Okay. Do you really have you ever seen a thirty kilometer sign ever? Maybe maybe in a hospital parking lot or something. If if that if that. Yeah. So I I was going like forty five or something in a in a in a school zone thirty. So the guy gave me a fucking ticket hundred sixty three Snipes Stevie did knock it down. Then. Well, I tried to cry right is what I did. I tried to cry a little. Little over the top. You could have tried the, you know, that's a sure broad shoulders there officer. You know? Yeah. That's that's quite a quite a rock jaw you've God there. Well, I've never thought I've never pulled the gay card out. I never what do you soon? They're all gay all the police people know St. not at all they say one in ten though one in ten okay. So my tenth trick when they're going to give the guy while you look pretty good there. What what if the guy? What if the guy what if he is? What if he is and goes, yeah. Come back to the cruiser. What what am I what am I supposed to do? Well, do you want to beat the ticket or not? I'm going to listen. Don't you about down you come back to the cruiser, and you can beat my ticket?
"doris day" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Com. Live shows all kinds of good stuff. Come back when you're done. I want to hear how it went. And I want to hear all about. Oh, absolutely. I'd love to man. I don't move just wrap up, and then we'll chat with you. Again. I got a as a final reflection. I gotta say goodbye to Doris day. I'll tell you why Dr stay was, you know, Oscar Levant famous wit said that his last picture at Warner Brothers was romance on the high seas, which was Doris day's I picture before she became a virgin, and he said that because Doris day became incredibly famous especially you're in the early sixties doing these kind of sex comedies with rock Hudson. Tony Randall and other people were she was the unassailable virgin, sometimes a working woman. But always the they were always trying to seduce her for basically, two hours, and she was always the virtuous one. She got this. I this persona like Julie Andrews Doris day or doors day, like Julie Andrews of being the perfect virginal girl. But the fact is she was one of the great singers of her time, and she was a specially great before she became fantastically popular. And this happened to a lot of singers Bing Crosby if you go back to his early records where he was a jazz singer. He is an unbelievable revolutionary singer. Who will basically created that kind of American music on his own. And then when he became so popular that they just loved him going Bubba, Babu and crooning and all this stuff. He became the crooner. Dr stay very similar trajectory. She started out as a kind of jazz singer with the les Brown orchestra. And she was really terrific. The saddest thing about Doris day, in my opinion, was she said from the time I was a little girl. My only true ambition in life was to get married and ten house and have a family and again, and again, she married men who beat her cheated her a dumpster. I think she had three husbands and they all treated her badly. And so she never got to be the kind of person that she played which was her ambition. So maybe she worked out that I'm vision on the screen when she couldn't work it out in real life. But I just want to end by playing just a little bit of one of her older less Brown tunes when she was just starting out. She was just a tremendous jazz singer somebody once said at the very beginning that she was up there with Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby, and I think that's right. And I think she became less as she became more popular. A lot of these seniors. Did if you wanna see her best movie, it's love me or leave me with James Cagney. And when she plays a much darker character and sings much darker songs, but let me leave you with Dorsey and westbound orchestra. I'm Andrew klavan. This is the Andrew klavan show. Mailbag tomorrow. Yes. There's good news. You can't have dance because the music is right. Two. There's groovy news too. A chance to romance win the dance on is Lil. Each. Okay. The Andrew klavan show is produced by Robert Stirling, executive producer, Jeremy boring, senior producer Jonathan. Hey. Our supervising producer is Mathis Glover, and our technical producer is Austin Stevens. Edited by Adams sigh of its audio is mixed by Mike Corinna hair and makeup is by just Olvera and our enemies are by Cynthia and Google production. Assistant Nik Sheehan. The Andrew klavan show is daily wire production copyright, daily wire. 2019 everybody on the Matt wall show today were to be talking about anti Natal ISM, which is the belief that human life is basically a curse and no one should ever be born ever again. And this philosophy is more prevalent than you might think. So we'll discuss it. Also, we'll talk about the sad. Decline of Bill Nye the fake scientists who used to be a wonderful children's TV. Show character, but has now become a left-wing partisan hack and finally chips ahoy has decided to sell their terrible chocolate chip cookies by using drag queens. So we'll talk about that as well today over on the Matt Walsh show.
"doris day" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Cavalier is in the rascals Eddie regattas in the rascals. Dino, Dinelli plays drums Rask guy, playing guitar is gene Cornish from Rochester, New York. And gene Cornish. We're playing this. Because it's his birthday. He's come on seventy fifth birthday today. Gene corners is touring with Felix Cavaliere what instrument and Joan may not Tom Jones. What what did you spanky place drought? Spanky in the. So Tom Jones book them to recent gig fields cavalier, gene point us, where they autographed a program for me cavalier said he'd like to come on the podcast handicap accessible, I so this was a good song. Yeah. This is come on. By this morning, which is sapping. I wanted to play beautiful more reading I for morning. You said it's by. That soon reminded me it sounded like Steppenwolf didn't it a little bit just mayor. They predate Stephan. Well, right now, I know maybe move by off of this is from their album collections. It was second one of hundreds of albums. I have a warped, right? I don't think could ever play. Again. There have been in the basement for released nineteen sixty seven. So can I talk about Dr stay for a little show Doris day died yesterday at age ninety seven the the obituary by Adam Bernstein, who writes, great obituaries, I'm assuming was written years and years ago. Really welton. Yeah. There is one line in. Okay. So Dr stay in an era where stars were real stars. There aren't there. No movie stars. Now, they're no television stars. Now. It's not that the acting is not as good. It's not that the personalities aren't as big it's there's just too many choices. So you can let your whole life without seeing a certain kind of person the stars. Now music stars are still stars and people on social Kim Kardashian. Is a big stone influence. Yeah. Big star and movie stars. I like used to. I don't know that anyone can I think their concept movies. I think these cartoon movies superhero movies can open. But I don't think I don't think there's a person like wing. Here's the new movie. It's not mission impossible. I'm not sure American-made didn't do any business at all. So I don't know if that's true, Dr stay open. Dr stay was great singer to begin with a great singer her most notable songs, if anybody knows anybody over eighty would be case Surra, what will be will be and secret love, which is a beautiful saw. It is said in this obituary that that she had phrasing. Like Frank Sinatra that she could sell it. Tune. And then she became a movie actress, and she was known essentially as the girl next door now. And so she was sort of virginal all these movies. She was chased CHA and chased C H A S T at the same time leading to one of the great lines ever, which nobody knows if it was Groucho Marx or. Oscar Levin, both of them were hysterically funny said I've been around so long. I can remember Doris day before she was virgin now that is a funny line. Brilliantly. So dog's day became a movie star in the America that I grew up in and I'm growing up as a white kid and suburban Long Island. Okay. I don't know from much else the world that I grew up in Dr stay had that girl next door. Look that Debbie Reynolds tried to have after that that down the road. Sally field might have had that. On the young. Julia Roberts had that. And I would say that it is possible. I don't I, you know. I don't know. I don't know. I mean who would be a black actress who would have that girl next door. Look blues the wanna marry David Justice. Oh, we'll Halle Berry Halle Berry not before the other roles. Okay startup roles. Okay, younger. Arose alley blaring Halle Berry. Billy lovely berry might have that particular girl next door fresh, vibrant, you know, went away in about the eighties..
"doris day" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three. Also, Pat unleashed on Twitter. Groping Joe's cafe tweets. There's no separation of mosque in state your honor. Oh, by the way. Oh, man. AP for my rby again who took mcgirt will from a microphone we've seen it in the hallway. So rob saw. Now, it's vanished from there. I'm set. Let it go. It's gone. It's just me again tweets since public schools are government schools, and their definition of separation of church and state means no religion school abbey. Ramadan students where do that one? Sarah. Kate tweets, who's who's a better actress, Doris day or your favorite Meryl Streep, that's actually stews who's favorite? Absolutely Doris day one hundred percent. But do we already talked about the fact that that school district? No, we didn't get to this yet. Right. The school. Just yes. You did. You did. You did mention that. It's. Yeah. I'm losing by groundhog day. Gotcha the calendar. Calendar shows winter vacation doesn't say it doesn't occasion. Yeah. Yeah. So it's I mean, I guess we should be used to that by now. But somehow, I'm not somehow still hacks me off it should I guess they just need to get over. It just keeps getting worse. And there doesn't seem to be any way around. It can I just say that currently I have whims wake me up before you go go in my head because of the Doris day mentioned in that song. There's not say that doesn't he say Doris day in there. Oh, yeah. You actually might. I can't remember what content is that a misheard lyric by me. No. I think he might mention Doris day. Yeah. I think he does have it there. Why am I cursed? No, that's really horrible. What a terrible song. Yeah. It doesn't say that. I don't know perhaps not if you're not finding it because you are looking directly at the lyrics right now. Right. And. To read though. Yeah. It's in there. It is except you don't see it. Well, I know what auto complete it on Google. So that works. I mean that shows that I all right shows a lot of people think that it's in there. But is it in there? I'm finding out right now. All right. Well, you find out we're going to tell you about the two teenagers are if you're wondering why nobody's talking about the school shooting at the stem school in highlands ranch. Colorado killing one wounding eight others and there were two shooters. I mean, this was a really unusual circumstance in which not just one, but two shooters actually were there we always here. They suspect a second shooting. And then they're never never is in this one. There was. An eighteen year old apparent democrat who hates Christians and the other one was a sixteen year old transgender student shooting up a school. Now, of course, this is horrible tragedy. No matter who does it no matter who the perpetrator is. But usually this would be talked about ad infinitum. Although the Colorado shooting, it doesn't C N N's not covering this. They just dropped it like a hot potato why? Because of the eighteen year olds politics. Even his. Ranting and raving about Trump and Republicans hates them. In court, the sixteen year old white transgender student. Asked that the court used the pronoun, he although the team was born female and is listed as such in court. These are, you know, by the standards of our media, relative pieces of newsworthy information by anybody's estimate should be considered part of the picture when asking what went wrong and why? But nobody's asking that question in this particular case..
"doris day" Discussed on The Daily Article
"Really? Surprising legacy of Doris day. Why service changes the world? This is Dr Jim Dennison's the daily article podcast or Tuesday may fourteenth two thousand nineteen Doris. Marianne von Keppelhoff was born on April. Third nineteen twenty two known to the world is doors day, she recorded six hundred fifty songs and appeared in thirty nine feature films. She was voted top box office female star for four straight years during the nineteen sixties television appearances spanned from nineteen forty nine to two thousand and nine she received lifetime achievement awards from the Grammy's and the Academy Awards in two thousand four she was awarded the presidential medal of freedom. However, her death yesterday at the age of ninety seven was not announced by Hollywood studio or record label it came from the Doris day animal foundation. She had a passion for animals that began in her teenage years and led to her creating the doors day pet foundation the Doris day animal league in the doors day horse rescue and adoption center on the opposite side of the social spectrum. Christopher Smith grew up in Oakland where he played with a girl in his neighborhood named lowest shea lacy. First name was a combination of two words from Nigerian dialects that in English mean to love and life Smith came from a dysfunctional family and spent time in foster care before running with local gangs on October twentieth. Nineteen Ninety-seven seeking to avenge the shooting of one of his friends by a rival gang. He spotted a car. He thought was driven by one of his intended targets. He and three other gang members opened fire. He did not know that Lois. Shay was inside. He learned the next morning that he had killed his childhood friend sentenced to twelve. Three years to live Smith began attending group meetings in prison. He told CNN that he began examining his behavior in harm done. Once he held himself accountable for his actions and could forgive himself. He says I felt like now it could go from being an offender to being a servant then came the day in April twenty eighteen when Lois as father Donald lacy met with Smith and forgave him. Lacy later supported Smith's parole. Both are now working on ways to help hurting people. According to Lacey this life in this world can be so much better. If we just all put a little more effort into being compassionate. In numbers thirteen sixteen before Moses sent the twelve spies indicating renamed Jose, he saves as Joshua y'all way saves Joshua later lead the children of Israel to follow. God's command in crossing the flooded. Jordan river, led them to March around Jericho trusting God for its destruction. He'd lead them into the land. God promised them through Abraham at every step. Y'all way saves was the theme of his life leadership you, and I must decide whether we will be named Jose or Joshua whether we will depend on ourselves or on God, whether we will seek to serve ourselves or to serve our savior. There are two ways to be Jose one. We are Jose when we serve others to impress them with our service when we give to the needy Jesus Tatas to sound no trumpet before you as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, but they may be praised by others. That's in Matthew six two when people praise us in insidious temptation is to deflect their praise with the humility that impresses them with our humility. To we are share when we serve others to advance ourselves. Number sixteen Moses, confronts and uprising that would have cost him his leadership in the nation. It's future. Among the rebel leaders were Levi's who were called to do service in the tabernacle of the Lord and a stand before the congregation to minister to them. Now, they wanted to replace Aaron as high priest in my years as a pastor. I knew people who would do anything to serve the church. However, they're larger butter was to run the church. They served in today's reading in my utmost for his highest Oswal chamber states that we are saved in order to manifest the life of the son of God in our mortal flesh. How chambers writes it is the disagreeable things which make us exhibit whether or not we are manifesting his life. When circumstances are easy and everyone treats us with respect it is easy to be kind gracious in response. But when people demean us, and we served them. Anyway, they see that something is different about us. As Jesus said in Matthew five nine blessed are the. Peacemakers for they shall be called sons of God seen in this light chambers notes that opportunities for selfless service are the means of manifesting how wonderfully perfect and extraordinarily pure the set of God is you may never become a movie and singing legend, hopefully, you'll never need to forgive the killer of your child, but your life can still change in eternal soul and glorify your Lord as Martin Luther King junior noted. Everybody can be great because anybody can serve the way to know. Whether or not you are a servant today is to see how you respond when you were treated like one. If you like what you heard today. Please leave a rating and review for the podcast. Thank you. For listening to the daily article podcast today.
Why Doris Day Will Have 'No Funeral, No Memorial and No Grave Marker': 'She Didn't Like Death'
"Today. I do have an update on a story that I brought you yesterday which was of course, about the death of Doris day at the age of ninety seven and what's interesting is that her manager and her close friend baba Shara says there will be no funeral no memorial and no grave marker. So Doris day. Did not like to talk about a perspective funeral or a memorial. But she did have a very clear will and her her friend manager. Bob says she didn't like death, and she couldn't be with her animals if they had to be put down she had difficulty accepting death. And when he was trying to get her to do the will he said, I would say to her we need to provide for your dogs after he Di and she would say, I don't. Wanna think about it? And she said will you take care of them? She had several dogs when her will written and she wanted to be sure that they were taking care of. But she didn't like to talk about the dogs dying. Oh, he didn't have any children or any siblings or rights nephews nieces reunite, maybe some nephews and nieces her state is going to be donated to charity per her will okay. And the ultimate thing for her was to be keeping the foundation going. She created the door state animal foundation in nineteen seventy eight and she knew her fans loved her. But she never let her celebrity affect her. And who she was she was always just a little girl from Cincinnati who was very talented and went out into the world. And did what she loved to do despite herself. He said that they would have discussions about. How popular she was? And she would say I don't understand it about why she was so loved my gosh, she was very shy person. It's just very interesting. That idea of not wanting to talk about death. I mean, at least she had a will. That's exactly what I was saying. So we knew exactly because then you think about prince, for example. I mean, that's the first thing that comes to mind of having an estate, and and then not having a plan for what was going to happen to it. Yeah. And then it's a mass. Isn't it? Interesting though. No funeral no memorial and no grave marker because she difficulty accepting death. Hope she died and then felt relief. It wasn't as bad as
"doris day" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Yeah. You beat me two out of three. They started over here. We go. Doris day. Remember all games? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Be two or three. Everything. Sheikh. Yeah. That didn't last long. Dump that slave girl. Two. Hit the men's. Trai? Spending any oil? To say. And karen. Belly dance. I could tell this year. Great faces. And I you know else was in. There was. That's John Denver. I will put.
"doris day" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The Doris day animal foundation confirmed date passed away earlier today at her Carmel valley, California, home the foundation said she was surrounded by close friends and a former Big Ben singer and recording star who walked away from Hollywood in the nineteen seventies. Doris day has spent most of the last year's in her beloved Carmel, California, where she was an outspoken animal rights activists and a true Hollywood legend, literally one of the last surviving members of the golden age of Hollywood. Yes. Big loss. Sorry. I thought it already had happened. She just turned ninety seven. I know. I just learned this all today all at the same time. So it was a lot to take in. She's got a lot of attention to choline. If she does. All right moving onto the box office this weekend. Vendors endgame when the box office again, but this time it was close and game made sixty three point one million dollars in its third week while detective Pika chew opened in second place. With a nice respectable fifty eight million dollars. Of course, that's the movie where Ryan Reynolds voices. The Pok Mon I don't understand. I don't understand how that what's going on in that movie. I just don't understand detective Pika too. He's a detective and solve some kind of mystery. I don't know. I just I don't this is apparently quite appealing. Don't have nothing in that race, and they like Pokemon, but they don't have any desire to see this. I've heard not a word about it. No, right. But apparently other parents are taking their kids to it. That's true, lots of bored. Children in the United States over the weekend. Moving on from that, lots of network television renewals and cancellations happening over the weekend. And empire it is ending after the upcoming six season of the FOX drama now jussie smollet his character. No word yet on whether or not he will be coming back to that show in other renewal news. This is has been renewed by NBC for three seasons and over at NBC, they've canceled Marlin midnight, Texas and trial and air, and that they also have renewed all the Chicago shows the law and order special victims unit which is going onto its twenty four season. So all of your favorites. They're still going to be around. It's fascinating that they renewed. This is us for three seasons. Yes. That is incredible. I thought it was really interesting too. Because I for some reason had thought that they had an idea of how they weren't gonna stick around forever and ever and they were going to complete the story. There's a cash, and then I was like, oh, I guess that changed. Also, did you did not mention two more years for Grey's anatomy? Yeah. I do so much. They haven't already done so many things. I mean, there's so much potential. Really? Yes. Oh, what am I gonna do? Grown. You guys. You're missing out man next week on Grey's anatomy, somebody finds a clause that they didn't know existed inside grace hospital, whatever it's called. And then they went and head for then that would get lost for a week or die. And then get petrified and found years later that would be cool. I bet that happens. You should join the right team..
Legendary actress and singer Doris Day dies at 97
"Oscar-nominated actress and singer Doris day has died at her home in Carmel valley. She was ninety seven days scored her first musical hit nineteen forty five with the song sentimental journey in the fifties. And sixties she starred in films like calamity, Jane the man who knew too much and pillow talk her sitcom the doors stay show ran for five seasons. The Doris day animal foundation says day was in excellent health, but recently caught pneumonia days honors include a Grammy lifetime achievement award Cecil Sabe Cecil b demille award and the presidential medal of Freedom Award in two
"doris day" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Doris day who starred in a bunch of movies put out a lot of albums in the fifties and sixties and beyond. She was ninety seven years old. This is Fox News. Staying connected continues with one six one FM talk. Then ashville mother is now accused in the attempted murder of her own baby who she claimed last week had been kidnapped from Biltmore park. Investigators believe Krista Madden faked the whole thing. The child was found down seventy five foot ravine, but said to be doing okay. A Raleigh airline pilot is facing charges after he allegedly murdered three people in two thousand fifteen in Kentucky. John Jeffreys reports. Richton Richard Martin was arrested in Louisville as he was preparing to help lay a jet to Charlotte North Carolina in an indictment unsealed after his arrest. A grand jury charged Martin with the deaths of Calvin Pamela Phillips and their neighbor ever denser. Oh, Calvin Phillips was found shot in his home in Pembroke Kentucky, Pamela, Phillips, and dancer. Oh were found in a vehicle about a mile away that had been set on fire and a cornfield prosecutors said they would not yet discuss a possible motive Martin worked for PSA airlines, which is a subsidiary of American Airlines. He moved from Kentucky to north. Carolina soon after the murders. I'm John Jeffreys. One person is dead two others hurt after a shooting in Greensborough. It happened yesterday at the milliner taint complex. Travis Hawkins was killed two. Other people were treated for non-life threatening injuries. Police say they're looking for a green dodge challenger ten Republicans will face off in the ninth district. Primary tomorrow the district runs from southeastern Mecklenburg county to Cumberland blading counties. Bernie Sanders campaign says the presidential hopeful will visit North Carolina this week. Sanders will make a stop in Asheville on Friday. The Carolina Hurricanes are down to nothing in the Eastern Conference. Final against Boston. The Bruins one Sunday six to captain Justin Williams with a less than tasteful analogy. Sometimes you gotta you gotta eat a poop. Now, it doesn't taste good. If the chew on it for a little bit. And we'll do it for a couple of days and get the taste of her mouth next. He'll play game three tomorrow night in Raleigh with continuing news updates. I'm Kyle Wilson. Right end up. Now, we continue seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for the health of.
"doris day" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Hollywood icon Doris day at age ninety six donating a million and a half dollars to buy adds to get racing ban. But the story doesn't end here now welfare groups are working to get these dogs adopted into loving homes and Christine has a new pitch on the greatness of greyhounds com. They like to sleep on the bed or your couch or your bed. Whatever you will allow take pause till NATO, Fox News. US senators question American involvement in the war in Yemen. As peace talk efforts begin the UN is attempting to bring both sides in Yemen's to Sweden Yemen's internationally recognized government backed by Saudi Arabia and rebels aligned with Iran, notice who sees UN secretary General Antonio, Gutierrez, if we are able to stop the Yemeni war, we will be stopping the most tragic humanitarian disaster we are facing in today's world in Washington. The Senate voted last week to examine more closely the United States role in the conflict supporting the Saudi side in London, Simon Owen, Fox News. Some twenty eighteen Ford explorers are being recalled over a few Lee Ford will begin notifying owners of one hundred sixty two thousand eighteen explorer SUV's equipped with two point three or three point five, liter, ecoboost, engines and produced and Chicago's assembly plant that have Mississippi fuel. Pressure sensors that could result in a fuel tank leak. Increasing fire risks, though, Ford says no accidents injuries or fires have occurred or have been reported as a result of the issue dealers. Will replace the explores fuel line assembly free of charge in Chicago. Jeff monosso, Fox News. Another one bites the dust, but the timing is a bit of a surprise. Green Bay Packers fired head coach Mike McCarthy on Sunday team president and CEO. Mark Murphy announced the move in a statement following the teams twenty two seventeen loss to the Arizona. Cardinals in front of their home fans at Lambeau Field. Mccarthy spent thirteen seasons in Green Bay compiling a one twenty five seventy seven and two record in that time while leaving the team to a win over the Steelers in Super Bowl forty five. The team announced that offensive coordinator. Joe Philbin has been elevated to interim head coach as a result of the firing right mayor, Fox News. I'm an Carrick. And this is Fox News. Joey Logano gets the last laugh. Worst-ever cut series championship. Call courtesy of NBC sports after passing Martin true ex junior on lap two fifty six Joey Logano pulled away to take the checkered flag the forty caboose four hundred at homestead Miami speedway. And lockup is I monster energy Cup championship. Lugano besting the big three of true X? Kevin Harvick Kyle Busch to take the title becoming thirty third different driver to be champion in the Cup series. Madonna dashing off the underdog mentality with NBC. This is the favorite. I told you one that for the race started. So proud of everybody. Occasion. Mcdonald's Cup series win coming on his third victory of the Cup season is the first fourteen Penske's Brad Keselowski back in two thousand twelve by the way, the driver of the number twenty two is the first driver from the state of Connecticut to claim a Cup series crown from homestead Miami speedway. Fox in the fast lane. I'm Matt Napolitano, Fox News. So you know, you can listen at home telling Alexa. S T on iheartradio. This columbia. Stimulation?.