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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Peter Bogdanovich is a man of many about Donna vich burst upon the building. Donna Bitch is best known as a director of films like The Peter Bogdanovich helped change the way Movies were made, starting with his first hit in 1971. The last picture show thought you might want to go to the picture show. Yeah, might as well go at age 31. He became one of the hottest directors in Hollywood all his life. He's wanted to make movies, and he did his self confidence. He knew what he wanted to do. Now, This movie fan is a successful director. Peter's career was kind of the ultimate triumph of the film critic, film Nerd film buff and he liked being in love Peter and we were the first unmarried couple on the Cover of people magazine horrors. You have her. You have four pictures in a row that people hated them. A guy has to learn to hate you. But Peter's success did not last. I made a lot of mistakes, but we're starting again now. And just as he was on his way back up, and she fell in love with another man, the happiest girl in the world, Dorothy Stratten. Breaking news all afternoon when you get off work, be sure to check in first for everything humans during the day. This is the Sean Hannity Show. Alright 25 till.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on KTOK

"Certified to operate in Virginia by chef I. Heart radio goes one on one with Phil from Def Leppard describing how the band picks they're touring set lists we do ever we want. The only reason we stick to that formula is because we don't have upset fans. When we play on tour. You want to go down better. You want to have a better reaction, so you certainly want to balance it. We have to find spaces for these new songs will bring some in if they don't work after certain. Well, we can, um and just put something else in, so you do have to be mindful of the people coming on the show. It's a delicate balance. But it's something where you have to please your fans in that. Peter Bogdanovich helped change the way movies were made, starting with his first hit in 1971. The last picture show. You might want to go the picture show. Yeah, well go at age 31. He became one of the hottest directors in Hollywood all his life. He's wanted to make movies, and he did his self confidence. He knew what he wanted to do. Now, This movie fan is a successful director. Here's career was kind of the ultimate triumph of the film critic, film Nerd film buff and he liked being in love here and I'm We were the first unmarried couple on the cover of People magazine. Oh, horrors her. You have four pictures in the role of people hated. The guy has to learn to hate you. But Peter's success did not last. I made a lot of mistakes, but we're starting again now. And just as he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man, The happiest girl in the world with Dorothy Stratten. He suffered an unspeakable tragedy..

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Peter Bogdanovich is a man of many Peter Bogdanovich burst upon this whole, Bogdanovich is best known as a director of films like The Late Peter Bogdanovich helped change the way movies were made, starting with his first hit in 1971 the last picture. Show thought you might want to go the picture show. Yeah, might as well go at age 31. He became one of the hottest directors in Hollywood all his life. He's wanted to make movies, and he did his self confidence. He knew what he wanted to do. Now, This movie fan is a successful director. Pierre's career was kind of the ultimate triumph of the film critic, film Nerd film buff and he liked being in love. Peter and I. We Were the first unmarried couple on the cover of People magazine. Oh, horrors. You have her. You have four pictures in a row. People hated a guy has to learn to hate you. But Peter's success did not last made a lotta mistakes, but we're starting again now. And just as he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man. The happiest girl in the world with hate, Dorothy Stratten. He suffered an unspeakable tragedy. Playboy magazines 1980 Playmate of the year has been found shot to death. And finally, phone rings. I answered it. Is happening, he said. Two words. God, he's dead. I've been making with your host for the plot thickens a new podcast from Turner.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Like most guys my age have gone to the drug store now and looked in that thing for the glasses. You know the glasses. I'll You know the one point Oh, and the 1.5 so you could see things better, but I guess truly, and I said, I don't have a lot of regrets. Life's been pretty good. And anyone who's able to say that just simply based on doing something that they They do for a living and enjoying it every day, as opposed to those of us who you don't have that luxury of enjoying their work I've been able to really grow is it is a man but also really enjoyed my work at the same time. That that's me is clarity that I found it Songs keep listening to I Heart Radio form or Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists. Free I heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio Podcast Preview. Peter Bogdanovich is a man of many Peter Bogdanovich burst upon the door. Bogdanovich is best known as a director of films like Peter Bogdanovich helped change the way movies were made, starting with his first hit in 1971, the last picture show. Wanna go the picture show? Yeah, might as well go at age 31. He became one of the hottest directors in Hollywood all his life. He's wanted to make movies, and he did his self confidence. He knew what he wanted to do. Now, This movie fan is a successful director. Here's career was kind of the ultimate triumph of the film critic, film Nerd film buff and he liked being in love. Peter and I. We Were the first unmarried couple on the cover of People magazine. Horrors her. You have four pictures in the role of people. Hey, This guy has to learn to hate you. But Peter's success did not last. I made a lot of mistakes, but we're starting again now. And just as he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man. Happiest girl in the world with Dorothy Stratten. He.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Like most guys my age have gone to the drug store now and looked in that thing for the glasses. You know the glasses. I'll You know the one point Oh, and the 1.5 so you could see things better, but I guess truly, and I said, I don't have a lot of regrets. Life's been pretty good. And anyone who's able to say that just simply based on doing something that they They do for a living and enjoying it every day, as opposed to those of us who you don't have that luxury of enjoying their work I've been able to really grow is it is a man but also really enjoyed my work at the same time. That that's me is clarity that I found it Songs keep listening to I Heart Radio form or Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists. Free I heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio Podcast Preview. Peter Bogdanovich is a man of many Peter Bogdanovich burst upon the old MacDonald, which is best known as a director of films like Peter Bogdanovich helped change the way movies were made, starting with his first hit in 1971, the last picture show. Wanna go the picture show? Yeah, might as well go at age 31. He became one of the hottest directors in Hollywood all his life. He's wanted to make movies, and he did his self confidence. He knew what he wanted to do. Now, This movie fan is a successful director. Here's career was kind of the ultimate triumph of the film critic, film Nerd film buff and he liked being in love. Peter and I. We Were the first unmarried couple on the cover of People magazine. Horrors her You have four pictures in rolling people. Hey, You're just a guy has to learn to hate you. But Peter's success did not last. I made a lot of mistakes, but we're starting again now. And just as he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man. Happiest girl in the world with Dorothy Stratten. He.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Most guys my age have gone to the drug store now and looked in that thing for the glasses. You know the glasses. I'll You know the one point Oh, and the 1.5 so you could see things better. But I guess truly an eye and said, I don't have a lot of regrets. Life's been pretty good. And anyone who's able to say that just simply based on doing something that they They do for a living and enjoying it every day, as opposed to those of us who you know, don't have that luxury of enjoying their work I've been able to really grow is it is a man but also really enjoyed my work at the same time. That that's me is clarity that I found it Songs keep listening to I Heart Radio form or Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists. Free I heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio Podcast Preview. Peter Bogdanovich is a man of many. Peter Bogdanovich burst upon the old MacDonald, which is best known as a director of films like The Late Peter Bogdanovich helped change the way movies were made, starting with his first hit in 1971, the last picture show. I want to go the picture show. Yeah, might as well go at age 31. He became one of the hottest directors in Hollywood all his life. He's wanted to make movies, and he did his self confidence. He knew what he wanted to do. Now, This movie fan is a successful director. Here's career was kind of the ultimate triumph of the film critic, film Nerd film buff and he liked being in love. Peter and I. We Were the first unmarried couple on the cover of People magazine. Horrors her You have four pictures in rolling make people hate This guy has to learn to hate you. But Peter's success did not last. I made a lot of mistakes, but we're starting again now. And just as he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man, The happiest girl in the world with Dorothy Stratten. He.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"We're starting again now. And just as he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man. The happiest girl in the world with hate, Dorothy Stratten. He suffered an unspeakable tragedy. Playboy magazines 1980 Playmate of the Year has been peace. He is Heo, Geo and Kay em Why I HD to San Diego. Live local breaking. What was he doing there? Enclave Albert of the Koga New Center been arrested the military base where the president flies in and out of Air Force one. The man is in custody today following his arrest at joint base Andrews outside Washington. The man who the Air Force says had several warrants for his arrest was caught exiting a C 40 plane like the one used by the vice president, defense secretary and congressional leaders. The 7 37 style plane has an exterior that looks similar to Air Force One we now have learned. The Air Force has launched an IG investigation and worldwide review of security measures at air Force of bases and flight lines around the world. Following this alarming incident. This Jennifer Griffin reporting from Washington at this hour, she says the man was turned over the local authorities in Maryland because he has two warrants for his arrest. The investigation continues today at the 29 Palms Marine Base here in Southern California into the case of some deadly explosives that are still missing. Sources tell reporting part of 10 News £10 of C four couldn't be found after a training exercise on the base. Retired bomb technician captain Kelly mayor saying £1 of the explosive like that is powerful. Could demolish house say a single family residence could you could blow the roof off of the house? You could blow walls out from it. Sources tell 10 News. The Marine base is offering a reward for any info leading the discovery of those explosives. Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez is blasting Republicans criticizing her account of the U. S Capitol. Right in January. She says that she was trapped in her office is protesters were just outside of the hall, leaving heard of fear for her life. South Carolina Republican Congressman Nancy Mace, though, says a Casio criticism count is not accurate. Telling Fox is a story with Martha MacCallum. There were no rioters in the hallways coming to our offices that day. We were fearful that that might happen. But that never happened. And we were 7 to 10 minute walk away from Theo Capitol Dome, where the violence was transpiring president buying today, refusing to cut the size of the next stimulus check for Americans, he says. People were promised $1400, and that's what they'll get. Biden turned down calls from some Republicans to drop the amount of $1000, but it's still unclear who will get the money. Super Bowl 55 this weekend will feature the first woman to officiate the big game. NFL referee Sarah Thomas will act as the game's down judge on Sunday. NFL executive Troy Vincent saying that Her great performance. That commitment has earned her the right to this well deserved Honor. Kogan's time 403. Let's check the freeways now. Coco's real time traffic. I can't come sometime Traffic in the North County he's found 78 Sycamore out past Twin Oaks and the five to the 15 will take you 29 minutes. We've got North 15 very stacked up from the 76 all the way up to make Kayla and it looks like the travel time there from the 78 is 41 minutes. Already, South bound drives were sluggish Oviedo five from the 1 63 down on the 15 and also.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"As he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man. The happiest girl in the world with hate, Dorothy Stratten. He suffered an unspeakable tragedy. Playboy magazines 1980 Playmate of the year has been found shot to death. Finally Going rings. I answered. It was happening, he said. Two words. God, he's dead to tech stuff. Hey, Lamar would then go on to Mary, a screenwriter named Jean Marquee in 1939. He would be the second of six husbands. Lamar had a tendency to attract men to her. But it seems most of those men didn't really know her as a person. They saw her beauty. That's what they fixated upon. So I'm not going to go through each and every marriage because that would be excessive and far beyond what we need to talk about in this show, but I think it's good to know. She had trouble finding someone she fit with, because it gives a sense of the frustration and isolation she must have felt throughout her life. We we had seen at this point that war was inevitable War It actually started to break out in Europe and by 1939. That war was well underway and Lamar was ordered by Meyer to never mention her religion. Remember, Heddy Lamar grew up Jewish Lamar seemed fine. At least would leaving behind her Jewish identity. At least she didn't seem to put up any kind of fuss about this and never had a problem sort of moving beyond that, But she did very much want to find a way to have her mother joined her in the United States. Her mom had successfully fled Austria to arrive in England, but she was kind of stuck there for the time being. And meanwhile, German submarines were terrorizing the seas around Britain with several high profile attacks, including one resulting in a passenger ship. Being targeted and destroyed with all the passengers aboard passing away, including Children, So Lamar began to think about ways. That she might be able to help Britain because of this time United States was not in World War 21 of the big problems that the allies were facing at that point was that the submarines were able to avoid torpedoes effectively enough to pose as a massive threat. So heavy. Lamar had this idea for a radio controlled torpedo. The big challenge with radio communications is that they aren't secure on their own if I am communicating with you on a radio frequency Anyone with a receiver can tune into that frequency and listening to that conversation. So unless I speak in some sort of code, everything I say will be clearly heard and understood. On your end further. If someone else wants to ruin my attempts to communicate with you, they could start transmitting noise on that same frequency. The one that I am using to try and communicate with you. And if they just use more transmitter power than I am using, whichever signal is the strongest will went out so their signal will overpower mine, and that's what we call jamming. Jamming just involves flooding the frequency band with a stronger transmission signal. Now that was the challenge that engineers were facing with radio controlled torpedoes. If they settled on a control frequency, and they sent the torpedo on its way, And then they started to send commands like Runner left or rudder, right and where to turn the torpedo. The Germans could potentially pick up on that radio frequency and then start broadcasting on that same frequency, and they could broadcast nonsense, jamming the signal and preventing the allies from being able to control this torpedo. Lamar's idea was to use the system that would allow you to change frequencies as you transmit information so you might start your command using a frequency like 300 kilohertz. Then jump up the 320 kilohertz them back down to 310 kilohertz and so on and so forth as you're transmitting, and because you are varying the frequency rapidly, your enemies are not likely to discover which frequency you're using at any given time, and they can't predict which frequency you're going to use next. So you keep each section of transmission really short, You're able to send commands to your torpedo without fear of the enemy, jamming your signal because they don't know which signal to use, which frequency to use. But there's a big trick to this. You have to devise some way to have your receiver changed to tune in to the broadcast frequency at the same time, so in other words, The transmitter and the receiver both need to be working on that same channel. And then you have to switch channels in a way that appears to be random, but it has to be perfectly synchronized. Otherwise, your broadcast is going to start speaking in languages that your receiver can't understand, so they both have to change. The same frequencies at the same time, and that was a real challenge. How do you do that? Well, Lamar may have gotten a little inspiration from a relatively new technology. Back in the late 19 thirties, the remote control specifically the Philco mystery remote radio Control, which debuted in 1939. Was the first wireless remote for a radio. Previous manufacturers had played with wired remote, so they would still be connected to a radio by a cable. And that would let you change stations without you know, having to walk all the way across the room to the actual radio set. The Philco mystery Radio Control looks a little bit like a wooden box with a old fashioned rotary telephone dial set into it, but it didn't have a handset. So it's not like a telephone with the hand said that you would hold and then you dial on this rotary dial. Instead, it was just the box in the dialogue. It And depending on what you had, you might have labels on that dial that correspond with the radio stations that are in your area. So there'll be the call signs for each of.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And just as he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man. Happiest girl in the world. Wait! Dorothy Stratten. He suffered an unspeakable tragedy. Playboy magazines Night We've got about 10 minutes to go with Coach Brandon on the John Brandon radio show. We're on one hour earlier than usual tonight as we make way for the college football National championship game with coverage starting after the news at eight o'clock on Dan Horde, He's Terry Nelson. Coach. Brandon joining us. From his home, coach. We've got this question from Jeff. Essentially, what is the balance between adapting to your current personnel? And trying to move toward the way you would ultimately like to play going forward last year, you know that from the first to know it was best for them, and you make the justices of the season. This year. It's you know, I think you know, for we have the personnel that the young guys anyway, that understand, and we're gonna be a part of our system and stick this system. We just CI mature into it that there's gonna be more of a level of maturity into it and understanding when more repetitions. Biggest thing and you just get that through games. Well, you're in the huddle coaching on and you decide that there's another voice and that hole that you will allow to talk. Who's that person is talking beside you. Well right now we were searching for that. We gotta get we got to get more of that from Internal standpoint, I give you you got me. Really, really good players really good young man. He's a player. I think they're a really good place. Mentally. I gotta do a better job with them in terms of getting over the hump here, But I think right now, you know, e think small on lines of following my lead and understand the things we need to you know, we always take good teams led by the coach is great. He's 11 players and I do feel like the boys. They're starting to come out. But as far as That Alfred e mailed and in the heart of it, but it's not there yet. Is a players basketball I Q largely set by the time he gets to college, or does that change during the course of their college career? I think basketball's a field sport. I think you know, a lot of guys have a great fields like other teammates, coach guys that didn't have great work ethics, but they had unbelievable field and for the game and you know, that's like you're not gonna quit another IQ's e. No guys. I just really have unbelievable feeling, guys that don't have a good feel for basketball. Look down the meeting any conversation anything else, but Uh, so it's a feel thing. I think there's growth that takes place within what you do. Certainly. Um, you know, understanding multiple positions. E care about the import, for example, that he he was close to a great high school coaches in the country and Karl Kremer. So stop telling me such a great foundation of coaches, But Jeremiah's gonna unbelievable feel like he plays. You understand if he plays multiple ball screen coverage positions, he plays multiple zone coverage positions. He plays multiple offensive action positions, so that's not easy to do. It is very difficult to repent and practice. He's got a great feeling that's like you get. He's been exposed to it. Dad, the coach. Is a great high school you went to. So we really try to recruit that the matching twins. No other damage their coach Mike Saunders, that there was a coach, You know, I tell you, I'll tell you when you're around, coaches, kids, it's just that they consume in a little bit differently than others. And here we go do the job making sure that our team continues to learn within what we did. Coach when it comes and leadership. Is it nature or is it nurture? Sure what That means. Our leaders born or they created with with repetition and information and accountability certainly learned to be really you're just like I think you learn the customs species. Uganda's well, I wait for the guys in situations in the somebody Try Scott, for example. Then I did it, then that's one of the great leaders and you see basketball. He certainly would have you want to ask for that? Huh? Great way. Sit in the leadership stand in the summer, But, you know, I moved the needle maybe a little bit. And this is Travis can't high character. Tremendous care factor mean trade with the guy that he boy? He was in innate ability to make you feel so during the most important person in the room? Absolutely. And he carried down this team. It's well, I have a killer instinct. You just Married. He step on your throat of the incest. O s o that mixture of all of those things a lot into being a tremendous leader and I think we have to move. Guys in our programs were developing it. I read a quote from a coach recently, who said sometimes pain is a great teacher. And by that he meant if you make mistakes in a win, you might say, Hey, we still won. How big of a deal is it? But if you make that mistaking a loss, you recognize how costly it was. Do you think that's happening with with some of the games that have gotten away late? Well, I think that e do, but I think there's also level of band where we talk about the time we get to us immediately. We can't accept in victory, but we wouldn't accept defeat. And trust your guys got understand that the other pieces, you know, I tell my kids, that's when I said, Listen, there's two ways to learn in life, your mistakes and others, right? 11 scars you a lot more. So that was probably gonna be the one that you're gonna get the most out of it. Why would I would tell you Let's try to learn from other people's. If you can, and this team just we have the star we have we have we have to go through. This is part of what we have to go through right now and will be better for I do believe that there's we're gonna be. We're still gonna get, you know, be a really good team this year. I do believe that we took a step back in the second half of which told you just take a step forward tomorrow when You're one of the most positive people. Your staff is well, one of the problem with people I've met in my journey in this lifetime. So when you see your team You're very realistic as well. But you always see the silver lining in a performance. You said you took a step back. But what improvements have you seen based on the tape If you watched Well, listen, This isn't a game was 36 hours before we beat the two things right now pick the government and determinedly.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Peter Bogdanovich is a man of many Peter Bogdanovich burst upon this old MacDonald, which is best known as a director of films like Peter Bogdanovich helped change the way movies were made, starting with his first hit in 1971, the last picture show. Wanna go the picture show? Yeah, might as well go at age 31. He became one of the hottest directors in Hollywood all his life. He's wanted to make movies, and he did his self confidence. He knew what he wanted to do. Now, This movie fan is a successful director. Here's career was kind of the ultimate triumph of the film critic, film Nerd film buff and he liked being in love. Peter and I. We Were the first unmarried couple on the cover of People magazine. Oh, horrors her. You have four pictures in the role of people hate That guy has to learn to hate you. But Peter's success did not last. I made a lot of mistakes, but we're starting again now. And just as he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man. Happiest girl in the world. Wait! Dorothy Stratten. He suffered an unspeakable tragedy. Playboy magazines 1980 Broadcasting Live 24 7 from the Tom Drexler. Plumbing, air and electric studios. This is news radio. Wait. 40 wh s Hello. Motor Hit Monday News Radio 8 40 W H. E s. It's going out there. Doug Willem. Brought this song up in the side project he did with Dave Grow from the Foo Fighters as we bring in on a motor head Monday. Our good buddy Jim Ryan has been a long time since I've talked to you, Jim, How are you? Doing? Well, Good Christmas, I assume, right? Yeah, we had a great Christmas. The wife and I. We didn't really exchange gifts or anything. We just picked someone that we give something to them, and then we just got to hang out by ourselves..

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio Podcast Preview. Peter Bogdanovich is a man of many theater. Bogdanovich burst upon the old MacDonald, which is best known as a director of films like Peter Bogdanovich helped change the way movies were made, starting with his first hit in 1971, the last picture show. Wanna go the picture show? Yeah, well as well go at age 31. He became one of the hottest directors in Hollywood all his life. He's wanted to make movies, and he did his self confidence. He knew what he wanted to do. Now, This movie fan is a successful director. Pierre's career was kind of the ultimate triumph of the film critic, film Nerd film buff and he liked being in love. Peter and I. We Were the first unmarried couple on the cover of People magazine. Oh, horrors her. You have four pictures in rolling make people hate That guy has to learn to hate you. But Peter's success did not last. I made a lot of mistakes, but we're starting again now. And just as he was on his way back up, she fell in love with another man. Happiest girl in the world with hate, Dorothy Stratten. He suffered an unspeakable tragedy. Playboy patchy fog this morning freezing fog in some areas, mostly sunshine. Later on today, a high of 41 will be into the thirties again overnight for a low and tomorrow Into the lower forties. About average for this time of year. It is 32 right now, 700 wlw. And now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. Oh, hi. Um Okay. Guess we should talk about something kind of tough to be put on the spot. Not sure what to say. But I know what I'm definitely not.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O. R. now here's land Berman and Michael Riedel so just had the great Hugh Jackman on the show and then his movie bad education about the Roslyn school superintendent who skimmed millions from the school district that's going to be on tomorrow night on HBO and so we had a nice conversation with you but you know Natalie Natalie gets her little human went there to did you hear about I have well I well you heard me say that Natalie one of them to stay on the line I don't know what she was gonna go apparently yeah at least she got him to do a promo for the Broadway eyes which she did but right you have another story about bacon bread you would your bakers well I saw him do I Jimmy Fallon a couple of maybe a week or so ago when he was at his apartment here in this city baking bread and I'm thinking to myself I can not believe he's baking bread they were so into it he was talking about it Jimmy Fallon was trying to make it so it inspired my husband I'd make bread last weekend and it came out really good so I told him the story then he just gave me the website for his new favorite bread that he's making so I am about yeah go ahead I'm gonna give it to everybody also because you know why not this is the Hugh Jackman bread now that he's making at home says let's be clear sorry no three D. easy French bread and the website is life is a strawberry and that is where he's baking of bread from recipe but let's let's be clear about one thing here guys he's my friend okay my I don't naturally with Hugh Jackman you know bonding over bacon bread here up in recipes Michael truthfully yeah you know I I think Tom Hanks is another but you Hugh Jackman just comes across as just such a good and I met Tom Hanks as well but he just comes across is just such a good guy for a superstar you really does he does with that gives me a thought their lenses I got Hugh Jackman and you know Tom Hanks one achieving get Tom Hanks on the program next week on it yeah I'm on it I'm sorry for it I believe all Natalie no no no this one's you produce I do all the paperwork at the end I'm honored you can contact okay all you do is amazing when I should play we should play a game we'll call it get the guest in each week we have to wonder why the other with a great A. list guest from mallard way theater movies sports politics everything is so far I do I can do so far I'm winning I mean I had Nathan lane Matthew Broderick Hugh Jackman life so easy and I get all the credit so it's all you guys let you like me right when you got a ways to catch up here so you better value would list of your your wish list of guests and CPO caliber okay what's the date the topic is a Santa Claus next week Hey I kind of a chilling story here so I don't know if you read the story about the playboy playmate her name was Ashley Mattingly yeah he sadly took her own life last week killed herself just thirty three years old you lot of problems with the drugs and alcohol well sun sun newspaper has gone through a list of all the playboy playmates and a lot of them have wound up well just a terrible terrible death so they're saying that maybe the curse of the playmate this is one I thought about this in a while but it I remember reading the story playmate named Stephanie Adams she was in a New York hotel here with her seven year old son and they fell out the window to member that when I do not know she fell out the window with a seven year old son here's another one now you remember Jayne Mansfield right oh sure I'm yes Jane Mansfield she was a playmate and she was killed famously enough high speed car crash yes down in the south and then of course the the most tragic of all Dorothy Stratten she has a great playmate from nineteen eighty and she was murdered by her boyfriend Paul Snyder because she had to take it up with the director of a Peter Bogdanovich and Paul Snyder to fit of jealous rage lower head off with us on our show you're saying there's a playboy jinx well that's what they're saying in the story that look at all these playmates who came to a really terrible terrible and so kind of a chilling story in the sun newspaper today really sad so anyway sad news about them Ashley who killed herself the placements what kind of a Downer story got to come back to something like a muscle yeah yeah right avenues now Joe Bartlett got some good news for us Joe it's all very good you know it's all down step are you kidding me maybe Wall Street will be I will check on just a second antibody testing in New York suggests coronavirus is more widespread than previously thought samples of three thousand new Yorkers were taken this is just the beginning of this testing and it showed that twenty one percent of people in the city have been infected by the virus thirteen percent statewide believe it or not governor Cuomo's also ordered an investigation into nursing homes in New York about thirty five hundred of the state's death of been attributed to those kinds of facilities governor says was make sure nursing homes are complying with the standards of care although while he has been accused of sending people with corona virus back into nursing homes governor Murphy says not going to be a normal summer to Jersey Shore he says the state is not ready to re open and it could still be weeks away he suggested he's not even optimistic about Memorial Day he says by the way when the Jersey Shore does open is not gonna be normal Connecticut could reopen in early June a committee is not working on a plan to get that stayed back to business leaders say they're looking at ways to selectively we open the economy in careful slow steps of course we have Georgia opening today governor Kim says nonessential businesses are open to the public now the president too happy about that says they should be a little slower in opening down there and governor Cuomo says Congress should put partisanship aside he's upset with the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who rejected the idea of financial help for New York instead suggesting there would not be US bailout for blue states this is what the governor has to say about that who's getting bailed out here is your state that is living on the money that we generate your state is getting bailed out for my state okay Cuomo called McConnell's statements ugly ambitious white and Clorox could be the key to killing the corona virus yeah yeah present my soul to get that Lysol as good as it cation Mr folks president trump stunned a lot of people maybe not riddled but he spent a lot of life to just think that people have disinfectant injected into them to kill the virus here is that I see the disinfectant if not for that in a minute one minute the way we can do something like that the question by injection insiders for almost a cleaning because you see this in the lungs and it does a tremendous number will also be interesting to check that I mean I don't know if I don't know how many doctors that had that thought has occurred to one think outside nuns there one zero people spend time in the sun during the summer because little of iris thank you doctor trump all right Lysol start to grow up yes it does have a good bedside manner though I have to say best you know it's one of those briefings let's get to Wall Street I'm sure.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We are streamed live on Facebook I'm here with Dorothy Stratten my favorite realtor in front of the planet and we're going to cover some amazing subjects today we're gonna talk about how this lockdown in the coronaviruses affected real estate we're gonna also address how it's how it's affecting people in escrow as well as people who are looking to buy so dirty give me a little bit of feedback on justice in this last week and a half a different or changes in your business that you've seen because coronavirus and what's going on absolutely and thank you for having me on I'm super excited we wanna share lots of love and light and happiness you all we understand that this is been kind of a tricky difficult time to answer any questions you have for us so feel free to shout out to us so I was supposed to close three deals this week we only close one things are happening a lot slower but they're still happening and we can still have signings we can still have closings we can still have recordings we're gonna tell you how that's happening but we're just seeing a huge delay which is okay you know and we're just asking everybody to show patience and grace to each other and love because we're all gonna get there were all in it together and it's just just a little delay that's all I've noticed it's kind of business as usual M. on the on the listing side will go into that later things are gonna be a little more different but you know we're chameleons that's why we'll sit agents and lenders you know we are problem solvers so this is just another problem that we need to take on and we're excited to help make things happen for people I love it so on the lending side yeah it's been adventurous couple weeks oh my goodness you can fly and girlfriend and I'm just going to confess I was a little bit hiding I was in hiding a little bit because I am a people pleaser I love serving others and helping others in in one week's time I we can have I think it was I got eighty five people reached out to me for refinance other times I I kind of just want to cry yeah the truth is it was because I I know they're afraid for their and they don't understand what's happening and they're all looking for help and answers right introducing you a recap of this week of what has occurred over the last couple weeks you know I already know the market plummeted down then it jumped up a couple days later not because the market was dictating this purely because the banks were so overwhelmed they needed to slow down applications so with artificial creation of of a hole in the market at first people stopping locking now some people didn't but a lot of lock slow down and so what I saw in this last couple weeks I've never seen in twenty years I've done that is the loans that the banks are not really wanting to let through the doors they're making so unattractive interest rate wise as well as cost wise that people just won't do it they're gonna decide to wait at least that's the hope okay I'll give you an example very popular you know when I was a very popular but a lot of people use it two or three K. loan half a construction loan right now as long as there's one standing wall you can get ninety six percent of the future value it's a phenomenal alone I prefer not this week thirty thousand dollars in points wow that makes sense yeah and not only that there's there's limitations in lending on Max fees that can be charged okay so you basically can't do the capital regardless yeah but the banks are you can't discriminate for the only way they can really put a halt to it if they can either discontinue a program or they can make it so expensive nobody wants to do it right so that's been interesting of IBM is seen that the banks are leaning more toward driving people more toward lower loan to value ratio what is that mean how much you owe compared to what the home is worth less you compared to what the home is worth the better yeah one of the reasons that better is it doesn't require often an appraisal yep I'm getting a lot of approved appraisal waivers yep so peaceful weaver is gonna allow the bank to not have to send anybody out that means that in the automated system a high in the value comes in they don't even need the appraisal with one last step so with the banks looking at when they are driving their interest rates and what programs they want to accept into their bank the looking either under right so one of my favorite bank United wholesale mortgage they love dockless and they try really hard to have the least amount of docs as possible so you can get the fastest possible so you can imagine no appraisal you save seven days time frame they can help more people yeah so it is definitely a credit score driven market when it comes to the interest rates right now and we'll go over some tips later on for the end on how to help increase your credit score what you can do it if you get your score up I do see that a lot of my clients are doing cash out of debt consolidation okay is they want to feel safe okay I know we only have a couple minutes but I do want to address some of the fears the biggest plague I see right now that's happening is everybody is terrified of the unknown right we're all terrified of the unknown we're terrified of things we cannot control okay so there's a couple things we can do to get as much in control as possible one thing is there's a lot of relief out there that's already starting to be in that yeah so Fannie Mae which is one of the biggest investors out there has announced that they're allowing banks to suspend the mortgage payments up to what was the year year yeah yeah until stuff is set in stone banks start releasing it themselves you know it's still not clear however I recommend you take a phone call your bank right away yeah get ahead of the game my incomes going down I'm staying at home right now I'm not able to bring in income they will defer that payment so it never shows up with a negative one of the mistakes people make I think in the past is they ground their days off their savings trying to maintain and they don't seek out the public help available government help that's available until it's too late or heard before and they've never really.

Dorothy Stratten
"dorothy stratten" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Everybody we are back this is Alicia the American mortgage team and Dorothy Stratten with the X. P. realty yeah so fun with beautiful day yeah so Darcy we want to brag a little bit on our favorite leader we love so much Mister Brent goes over has to like a brother to me also you change your life okay so I got into real estate about twelve years ago and I met Franco and he was a leader of our local reality brokerage and I want to be on this team I heard about him and I was like I want to be on this case I want to learn from him he's the best so the first minimums in a three piece suit and he was just band scene he was tough and I was like trying to show him that I could be on his team and he's like you know not quite sure that we would be a good fit not on a minute did you know that I was in the Olympics did you know you know and I started and he's like well I didn't see this idea then I got on the plane so it twelve years later fast forward still with Brent he's like a brother to me I love them so much and I always just appreciate everything that he does for our friends our community he's always got my back and he's just such a blessing he really is you think so I absolutely love him is so everybody needs a mentor everybody needs a coach and since I've had the pleasure of joining his sales meetings every Thursday I mean the stuff that I have learned is just been just life changing truthfully so just Thursday of this week we had a Tony he had a Tony Robbins coach came in and really pompous upper twenty twenty by the to our young I was ready to run through a brick wall ghastly it was awful so but just the fact that he cares so much to invest in us and that you know he's so passionate and has such a true genuine heart that while he's up there preaching to US companies that you will see tears come to his eyes and it is just the honestly it's from love it is an amazing leader and amazing later so just to teach your heart a little bit brand we love you yes we do he ran for everything I also want to throw out there that if anybody is feeling lost at their real estate office and they don't feel like they get the guidance they don't feel like they have the mentor ship E. X. P. is an amazing company and you can call Darcy anytime at nine one six four zero two five one eight eight and she will least educate you about it but I have seen so many agents life changed and really see them get focused on the production go up yeah and I think it's because you know it's based on who you surround yourself it really is a when you get this quarter I see a lot of agents who are lost out there in their floundering and they don't have love and support and when you have that around you and someone who's weekly motivating you it's like it's almost like work church you know you go in there and you're like oh I'm rebooted I'm ready to go now I'm ready to conquer the world you know you've got to have your people who keep you on track because no this is it it's an emotional job in where we're our own bosses the more we're pulling ourselves to be at the bathroom at the top and when you surround yourself with good people like you Alicia and like Brent you can pretty much do anything I mean honestly right absolutely the sky's the limit in our industry so of that you know when it comes to the journey real estate I know I'm coming up on twenty years in the business school amazing I remember the first day I met you with a pregnant no you know I you walked into the office that I was at and Brent said Hey have you met Alicia yeah she's a cow girl and I was like look enough like a we're going to be friends and I would it was love at first sight love AT first sight so twenty years twenty years where you're on now beautiful corner of foothills in blue oaks and Roosevelt ten thousand to foothill Boulevard okay I absolutely love my office I get the pleasure of running in the best of mortgage team and plaster Sacramento county I called the American dream mortgage team and it is four of the most caring loving people in the business I we've been together over five years we know each other in and out and the truth is I really only align with people who like to serve others I am very much into helping others and serving and so my team are we're on the same page with that and whether it be Hey we're gonna fix somebody's credit because before ninety credit score we do that stuff for free you know to somebody was twenty properties and they're like nobody wants to help me it's so much Kim actors especial de like if somebody has told somebody know a hundred times only show will find a way around it you are that you have that you're adding a either dog manual you'll help and you know when they go see a lender they feel defeated sometimes because they they've made some bad choices and things that happened in their life at least like no big deal we got this and she helped push them through that and that's like that rob Reiner I can't even tell you how vital it is because that's our job is like to go Hey we can do this let's get you through this on the next thing let's let's get your American dream you know it's funny as this sounds I'm just going through a little randomness into this but there's been plenty of times on hail Marys that I said a quick little prayer not unlike a god thing for the thanks for this and he does get the glory because I have never had to turn somebody down you know and sometimes when you're in real estate and you're doing a transaction it's like okay you overturn one piece of documentation you get a surprise and you know the worst nightmare is having a client fall out of escrow so you know knock on wood thank god I've never had that happen which is exciting and so the one thing in in the journey I wanted to touch on a little bit is tell us about how many families have you help what's your specialty what's your favorite part about this yeah robin why you're still doing it no I love that okay so I my mom is also my partner as well and it's really really cool kind of being a mother daughter team people look at us and they immediately fell trust and we always say we treat you like family because her and I are family so I WRI mom on I would say I think we've been partners now eight years and we have this cute little office in new castle California we made it really like country girl were appalled by above the area and we I would say I like to do this job because I want to not because I have to and when we're out there looking at homes I tell people if it takes us three years it takes is three years it's okay I'm I'm not going to push you but I'm gonna be here to guide you and so I think my favorite part of the whole thing is just overcoming those big obstacle I think you're like that till like eleven people saying no yeah I'm like I don't know why it has much still to do this you know and and you're like this two week week everything we do we do it in a kind way because there's a lot of times people can become Sharkey insulting and just kind are you know I'm all for the great in her but still with a with kindness is the best way and I think you know that's kind of help me be successful last year my mom and I together close thirty nine deal so we help people get homes and there was some really good feel good ones last year too there were some really tricky one still but I love the mall eleven from the mobile home a living up to the one point seven million dollar home you know my favorite first time buyers yes your record low yeah absolutely is there just so grateful so grateful to you and you would said even if it takes three years and so I'm gonna give a quick shout out to raven Pulsipher yeah also for our he he officially was my longest standing client who it was seven years for seven hours I kept touching back in with them every year until finally this last year you were not actually helped him grasses first home brand new home yeah and and for me it's never know you know if you've been told no you don't have to worry about that you can text or call me any time nine one six two five six six four eight six I'm not gonna tell you know it might be when it's never going to be a no you know there's always hope there's always some you can do there's always a way around everything it's not a true my favorite story with you and I is an we were getting this friend of mine into a condo and she and that was in a lot of extra funds and ended up getting in at the end with a hundred dollars yeah two bedroom two bath to balcony and I think our mortgage was like thirteen hundred a month and it was one for a hundred box and I'll never forget that I'm like this is so awesome thank you everyone can own it truly believe everyone truly can you so I am about to celebrate March my fortieth birthday excited about that forty three years in this business and I counted up recently and I'm I'm right over twenty five hundred families help wow I own that review to phone number you know that the the thing about it is that's really funny if I go into my my database and lately I've been doing my birthday calls and I'm enjoying it tremendously calling everybody and and singing to them every day I I have a horrible voice by the way when it comes in but you know what it brings me so much joy they laugh they love it but I remember everybody from you know fifteen years ago to ten years ago to five years ago and I hear their voice and it's like I remember their scenario I mean it's a little bit of a sick twisted thing of all remember their phone number by heart too and that's weird but in the my favorite part about my job and I think the reason I'm still so excited about it twenty years in and out why I love it every day to go is building these relationships with these amazing human beings that truthfully from start to finish it's like I've seen so much financial growth I've seen them you know upgrade their home their families grow I mean it touches my heart because it's a friendship you build so really means a lot to me to get that chance I love that I love that we need anybody calling in yeah we need some people to call yeah our gift card with you today I think we have one person so far we have one person so far so we need some nominations you can either text you can call in we also like to open it up to call in for with any question yeah the question we're gonna we're gonna venture and next to the what type of renovation loans are out there what will help you and get the most bang for your Buck awesome quick commercial break and we'll talk again for me.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the past it all started when Bruce have gone into business with his friend Steve Banerjee G. Banerjee was a guy who owned a Mobil gas station near LA airport an immigrant from the state of Bengali in India and the he was very PT Barnum entrepreneurial he bought this rundown this could have gone over London Venice think would call round robin then Steve changed to destiny to then we changed it to Chippendales the name came from the imitation antique furniture that book for the club but at the beginning they were struggling to get the business off the ground it was busy at the weekends but they were costing around for ideas for ways to get more people through the doors on week nights we tried magic shows and dinner theater we had Frank Sinatra junior saying there we were experimenting with mud wrestling or your gender would basically be in the mud scantily clad close rolling around with each other and we're looking for some activity that would be female driven Steve had another friend cool posts Mina he was married to a playboy model cool Dorothy Stratten hall was always trying to create things to be the king maker he's the guy who discovered Dorothy who became playmate of the year he was apparently in Canada and gone to a gay bar where he saw a man strippers then he came back to LA and was trying to put the idea and the concept and we weren't interested make a quote but we were certainly interested in the concept why did you think it was gonna work didn't know what was going to work don't give me credit.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the path not it all started when Bruce had gone into business with his friend Steve Banerjee D. Banerjee was a guy who owned the Mobil gas station near LA airport an immigrant from the state of Ben golly in India and the he was very PT Barnum entrepreneurial he bought this rundown Discotek on over London Venice think would call round robin then Steve changed to destiny to then we changed it to Chippendales the name came from the imitation antique furniture that book for the club but at the beginning they were struggling to get the business off the ground it was busy at the weekends but they were costing around for ideas for ways to get more people through the doors on weeknights we tried magic shows and dinner theater we had Frank Sinatra junior saying there we were experimenting with mud wrestling or your gender would basically be in the mud scantily clad close rolling around with each other and we're looking for some activity that would be female driven Steve had another friend called pull Snyder who was married to a playboy model called Dorothy Stratten Paul was always trying to create things to be the king maker he's the guy who discovered Dorothy who became playmate of the year he was apparently in Canada and gone to a gay bar where he saw a man strippers then he came back to LA and was trying to put the idea and the concept and we weren't interested negate quote but we were certainly interested in the concept why did you think it was gonna work didn't know what was going to work don't give me credit.

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"dorothy stratten" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"dorothy stratten" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That song most people probably think of the departed. but I think of the guy who dances a jig every time they play at at the United center. he's the you know is a is a a fan who just died a week goes to a specific spot exists on the mezzanine yeah and during the whole thing and get everybody fired up gets everybody fired up and every time I hear that song I think of that guy. so but you know this was really funny is interesting about the departed which is about the in it you know but yeah yeah yeah. of the departed. it takes how long does it take before the opening credits happen oh my god like it's I was like eighteen minutes or seventeen to twenty minutes yeah more in there yeah and it just I I don't know I've I've got a problem with that movie on a very small level and just the sound design. I don't know who did the sound design but it's incredibly jarring and not smooth it all and very frustrating at times for me as someone who listens to things all day yeah so but the rest of it I really enjoy now it's it's just it's a terrific movie it is great yeah now it's it's it's terrific and and you know about the Irish mob not speaking of Irish mob movies. state of grace. two god I love that movie I love that movie for those people who don't know fills you wanna directed it. from nineteen ninety. Sean Penn. plays a guy who left hell's kitchen. and I became a cop he left he left town became a cop comes back. and infiltrates his old friends who are in the mob who are in the Irish mob. and he goes undercover and get sucked back into the world of that to Turrell places bossy place like the the the cop who's boss C. got Johnson Terry got Sean Penn. ed Harris plays the the guy was now sort of in charge of this low level Irish mob. I seen. and right. who they were married at the time when they made that movie. and I'm fine believable performance by Gary Oldman in that movie that's I think that's my favorite Gary Oldman performance of all time is it really all my god he's so he's really really good so great in it and. he's just so much fun to watch too like he's having you know I mean he's having a blast you can tell. John C. Reilly is in that movie. his early films. and the he had done the first movie ever did I believe his first movie if I'm not mistaken his first movie was casualties of war I think that was John zero is first movie but he was buddies. John C. Reilly was like buddies with which Sean Penn and Sean Penn got him the gig. in a state of grace but if you're not seeing this movie it really I mean. it's so good it's just so so good. and she you know Sean Penn method dude. there are scenes in the movie where he had to be drunk. and he was drunk like he got loaded there's a scene where he's on the subway with checking in with John Turturro. you know you know because he's a he's a undercover cop he's got to go meet with his boss John to turn the meat on the subway so nobody you know sees them or anything like that he's got a report to John Turturro what's happening with you know at Harrison. Gary Oldman and all the other guys. and there's a he's loaded avis and and so like to Turrell you know in his character calls him out but in the movie when they shot the scene he was drunk he was also loaded. in the scene where he shows up at robin Wright's apartment. like in the middle of the night. and then start screaming that he's a Judas cop. and all this other stuff and crying and he was drunk he was drunk during that seem to. field you wanna told that tells all these stories about it I guess right that was a movie that but you're in again that's another movie went under the radar but nobody really saw that movie came out nineteen ninety. I think it's one of Sean Penn's best performances everybody in it is spectacular like if you get the cast top to bottom. is includes on believe another great and robin Wright fantastic in it. but. but it's just I you know that Gary Oldman performance in that movie to me is that it's it's one of those performances that didn't get the recognition that he deserved an Oscar nomination for that movie there's just there's no question about it. and it's one of those performances that when you watch it you go home my god this guy is good and then nobody really saw the movie and nobody gave the guy recognition you don't another movie that that it that that's like that this is an Irish William kind of on a different this is one of those. of those performances that deserve so much more recognition than it got and it's so incredible and not a lot of people even know about it or seen the movie have you seen star AT star ed that's about fussy yeah five I have not seen it man but it's a it's a do Dorothy Stratten was a playboy playmate if you claim into the year and she was killed by her husband Paul Snyder. story tragic story Bob Fosse made a movie out of it nineteen eighty three. and I'm Eric Roberts plays Paul Snyder and Eric Roberts performance in star eighty. is absolutely incredible like in credible one of my favorite my favorite forms I put on that level I put I put. Gary Oldman instead a grace on that same level as Eric Roberts a star AT like to unbelievable star making performance is that should have. you know that that should be like when people talk about great performances of all time those are two that should be mentioned that nobody ever talks about. all been in the supporting category and then Eric and Eric Roberts in the lead Eric Roberts was unbelievable in that movie. you know they're robbers is now doing. walk in tub commercials yeah. I mean you know. he's he's one of those guys were it's just it's set it's similar to Nick cage although Nick cage managed to get himself away for he didn't have to do walk in tub commercials but they both wound up in really bad situations yeah from one way or another and they had to take whatever came their way and in Europe Eric Roberts you know makes like eighty movies a week he does I mean he's if you look at as IMDb page he's got he's got straight to video stuff that just because you know yeah. is the same thing with Nick cage even though he's kind of have an old small renaissance yeah in a way we still appearing and stuff that I de Niro existed yeah until I walked past the red box on like a wound the cages in a new yeah like dark cop movie could yeah he could use the money you know what I mean I Eric Roberts is one of those guys who you know he hasn't yet some real proper sold issues jury bad personal issues and and and addiction issues as well in the eighties and late eighties and that's when it kind of all the rails because he got nominated for if I'm not mistaken he got nominated for runaway train are you got nominee for spiky got nominee for Supporting Actor I know John boy got nominated for Best Actor that's another great movie runaway train. Andrei Konchalovsky adapted from a screenplay by character sour you get it with with unbeliever back in the morning. John P. Ryan. that's a great movie and and I think you're crunched nominated for that movie and that was pretty much. that was pretty much it I mean after that it was all kind of downhill because he had a bad really late eighties ice I went to New York a buddy of mine and I went to New York to see to see Eric Roberts and play is play calling for Wilson it is a place called burn this and be on Broadway the originator the original of actors were Joan Allen and and and and John Malkovich Malkovich originated the role in the role became then the play became a real big hit as you know when a player runs for a long time they switch out the actors and actresses every once in awhile you know so a buddy of mine and I went to New York we saw about more some Malkovich in and it was unbelievable if some if the if you give me if you look up if you talk about Malkovich's stage career his performance and burn this is considered pretty legendary it's just one of those like what I mean that along with the same shepherd with the toaster swell. with him Gary Sinise all my god my my blanking on the name. by my bike and they've it's really others that would get toast all over the place and it's there and it's two brothers in there screaming at each other for the whole they just did it true west. I just yeah they just they predicted it Goodman did a a production of the art yeah good so anyway but if you this this performance advent Malkovich had. in burn this was one of those performances where it's just it's it's a show stopper he had everything about it was greatly expand his entrance was even on believable. so the next guy who came in when Malkovich left was Eric Roberts so my buddy and I were like we got to go to New York and see this again with Eric Roberts because it's such a juicy and great role so this true story we are we're standing on forty third street in New York but a couple hours before the show I'm gonna have before the show and we're gonna meet a couple girls for some drinks and then go see the show. and so we're still outside we're standing like pretty much in front of the theater you know because we're too we told the girls to meet us there we're gonna go to a bar code streets down and so we're standing there also we look and I see Eric Roberts is walking down the street. and he's with with a girl. end up and he's like eating ice cream out of a Cup he had like a little Haagen Dazs ice cream thing out of a company's eat it out of a company's walking towards us and I'm like oh man I tap my friend on the show my friend at the you know Dick and has a much bigger mouths than I do which is unbelievable by the way considering that you know how big a mouth I have and how you know how I don't stop talking. anyway I'm not gonna walk up there Roberts and say anything to him I'm not gonna bother the guy even though is you know this was like in eighty seven or something like that like this is like you know a couple years after. yeah you know runaway train before everything derailed note no pun intended so he's walking on the street is kind of staggering a little bit so I'm like dude you gotta showing our have opened in..

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