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"dudley moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:03 min | Last month

"dudley moore" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Well, this was the week when Wall Street got much of what it had been asking for. And then decided quite characteristically that it didn't like it. The economy is simmering down as requested. Industrial production took its worst fall in more than a year. Business inventories are rising ominously. And the housing industry's trade association said its members were virtually out of business. That, of course, was Lewis ruckus on Wall Street. We back in 1981, believe it or not, 41 years ago now, when all the markets wanted was a slowing economy, and the lower interest rates that they thought would come with that. The big move that week was a romantic comedy, and you may not remember it with Burt Reynolds named paternity. And the number one song was Arthur's theme from that Dudley Moore film named Arthur. Now the problems are very different as interest rates are on the way up, not down, and the economy is still very robust by most measures. Still with us, our Joanne feeny of advisers, capital management, and loose Anne Saunders of Charles Schwab. So join let me come to you. The question is, what do we do with our money in this world? Where does it make sense to invest? With this much volatility, there's much uncertainty. It's really been challenging time for investors. And it really depends what sort of time frame you have as an investor. If you're in retirement, what you probably need is some assurance that you're going to be able to get the cash flow you need off of your portfolio. And so one of the things we've done for our clients in that kind of situation is to create portfolios with above average dividend yields. On the one side and now as bond yields are rising and we've kept our duration relatively short, we've been able to let bonds mature and then re up at higher yields. So one area to go to is some relatively stable companies, whether it's a General Mills or an AbbVie or some of the others in consumer Staples and in energy that have dividend yields in the four or 5, 6% range. And that way they can still get that income and they can ride out the volatility in the stock prices and wait this out. And that gives our clients a fair bit of comfort. But it hasn't been easy really for anybody, but that's one way to deal with the volatility. Lausanne, what do you recommend these days? Well, first of all, I absolutely agree with Joanne that there's no there's no cookie cutter answer to a question like that. It really does depend on who the investor is, the risk tolerance surpassed experience, their time horizon. Whether they're financial risk tolerance and their emotional risk tolerance, whether there's a narrow gap between the two or a wide gap between the two. But I think we're in the part of the market cycle right now where you want to actually focus on fundamentals. And I know that sounds trite and sounds what we're always supposed to do. But gone are the days where you could look at segments of the market components of, say, big tech and look at it monolithically, make an assumption that they're all going to go up simultaneously. There's much more differentiation in the market right now. And I'd say look for where things are dear from a macro perspective. So we have declining earnings revisions in the aggregate. So look for the factor around positive earnings revisions, positive earnings surprise. We know we're in a rising interest rate environment. So companies with strong balance sheets, low debt, high cash flow, strong free cash flow. Lower volatility is just kind of a quality wrapper. And I think that's the best type of approach in this environment. And then the last thing we've suggested for those investors who can do it, if you were rebalanced or based on the calendar, maybe instead of doing it once a year, once a quarter, let your portfolio and the volatility associated with dictate the timing of taking advantage of the volatility by adding into weakness trimming into strength relative to your overall strategic asset allocation. Joanne, what about the possibility of fixed income at this point? I mean, for a long time, you didn't want to be in bonds, given what was going on bonds. But those yields have really come up. They're yielding something now. And they do generate cash. It's sort of like dividends, right? Yeah, absolutely right. We're getting in the order of 6 plus percent in

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"dudley moore" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

07:36 min | 2 months ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"For Apple and shares of Apple. Rosenblatt securities raised its price target on Apple counterpoint research, said the Cupertino company was still running away with a huge chunk of global smartphone revenue and a much chunkier chunk of smartphone profits and a slate of release dates for Apple TV plus series headed back to the streamer. As days went, stood to be mellow with an underlying feeling of things are good. Then be of a analyst one simo Han wrecked the markets and an apple exec lost his job for being cross on TikTok. Let's start with mister Mohan. Apple three O ran part of a note he wrote, wherein he cut his price target on Apple and lowered his rating on the Cupertino company shares. Saying that Apple shares have been perceived as a relative safe haven to this point. He had big butts and he could not lie. Actually, he had a, however. However, says his note means but. However, says his note, we see risk to this outperformance over the next year, and we expect material negative estimate revisions driven by weaker consumer demand, services already in slowed down and we expect products to follow. Perceived risks include and I'm paraphrasing these. Consumers spending specifically lack thereof could kill iPhone 14 growth, Apple slowing services segment could keep slowing. The pro pro max and won't offset revenue declines if unit sales decline if sales decline and revenue declines, Apple stock will take a hit, buyers aren't buying iPads and Macs the way they were at the height of the pandemic. And of course, there is still pressure from a stronger dollar. With that, the analyst dropped his rating on apple's shares from buy to neutral. He also slashed $25 from his price target, lowering it from $185 to 160. It was the drop heard round the investing world, according to a piece from CNBC. The fin entertainment site says be a base downgrade of Apple sparked a text sell off, sending alphabet and Microsoft to one year lows. According to the site, Microsoft and the Thursday down one and a half percent. Alphabet was down 2.6%, but it was down 3.7%, Amazon was down 2.7% and Tesla was down 6.8%. Also, the Dow was down one and a half percent, the NASDAQ was down 2.8% and Apple apple was down 4.9% or 7.36, it ended the day at one 42 48. And it could have been such a lovely day. Sure, smartphone sales and revenue were down around the planet. Though counterpoint research says not for Apple and Samsung. According to the firm, a fallen global handset shipments due to factors including Chinese lockdowns and ongoing geopolitical uncertainty caused the revenues to decline despite the average selling price or ASP going up by 6% in the same period. Consequently, the annual operating profit growth of 6% corresponded with ASP growth rather than shipment decline reaching $13.1 billion in the second quarter of this year. If you can figure out exactly what's happening in the counterpoint numbers, I tip my hat to you. It sounds like, from the firm's release, any good news is either Apple driven or negligible. Given that handset revenues as well as profits are largely driven by Apple, the firm says we expect a growth in both the aspects and the second half of the year. That is the apple driven part. As for the negligible counterpoint seems to indicate that numbers are suffering from a good compare, a quote from a counterpoint senior analyst says much of the annual growth can be attributed to a smaller base in the COVID battered second quarter of 2021 rather than to consistent growth and operating profits through the quarters. So remember when nobody was buying phones because everybody was afraid they were dying. Q two of this year seems to have been this lovely window of less fear and more money. Lots of might not last going around though. Counterpoint associate director Jan stryk was quoted in the release saying revenue growth in the second half of the year when compared to the first half is a near certainty due to the cyclical launch of the highly profitable and relatively economic downturn resistant. iPhone, but with geopolitical uncertainty, worsening, inflation levels rising and fears of recession growing. The handset market is bound to get impacted and may take longer to return to the trajectory predicted prior to the pandemic. What's the phrase, a lie will go around the world while the truth is still putting on its boots or pulling up its pants or something? See also negative versus positive sentiment. Apple seems to have spent not one minute of Thursday's trading session in positive territory, despite a raised price target and a positive note to start the day. Andrew orr over an Apple insider wrote up a note from rosenblatt securities that had the firm surveying over 1100 adults in the U.S., the survey found that many already had bought or are expecting to buy an iPhone 14 model in the next 12 months. As with most findings to this point, orders and intense skewed the pro side, so much so that rosenblatt raised its price target on Apple shares from $160 to one 89. That kind of got drowned out. The other bit of un fun on Thursday was the apple exec I mentioned. Apple insider says some TikTok and Instagram creator quiz some guy in a fancy car on camera, the content creator, Daniel Mac, apparently asks people with super swank cars, what they do for a living. The guy he interviewed gave a pretty crude answer, he wasn't just some guy though. He was Tony blevins, an Apple VP who works on procurement. Or dead. I won't say what he said, but I will thank friend of the show Keith at my Mac guru on Twitter for giving blevins answer a bit of context. His response to the inquiry about what he does for a living was kind of a riff on Dudley Moore's answer to the same question in the opening credits of the 1981 film Arthur. But his answer was more boorish than Arthur's and it's not 1981. According to Apple insider, the video got over 40,000 likes on Instagram and 1.3 million

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"dudley moore" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"I would say fritz send little hoffer could double up as santa claus he probably goes from the bid championships right up to lapland and then he starts packing up the presence for for christmas. I would look at this. I've never seen biz like. It's i mean there's if is any issue with mountains of moustache wax not being used. It was used this week. And i fail that some of these german competitors molding go around them moustaches and bids and that baking soft pretzels on their beds. I think that's what's happening. I think that's how the pretzels get their shapes. Is a the dough is being moulded round and to basically cooked upon a barbarossa or a mustache is very very impressive. But you know what. I we wanna pick the dow out because i mean togas patas it. You don't moldy doe in your tash. Remember remember the fifth of november gunpowder treason and plot. So why is the fifth of november so important and so iconic and who is this guy fawkes chap you see them oss viva vendetta. As i said it's v for voracious appetite day-to-day where we're getting spa tastic. There's no vendettas along here. And hopefully maybe this virgins listening who knows but it's the veracious appetite today here in the podcast guy. Fawkes was born on thirty april fifteen seventy ruling this time in the tudor dynasty. Precisely was elizabeth. I you know what. And i'm i'm actually going to. I'm going to right now. Doff my own hat. The hat is truly doffed. Thank you chance to me chairs to me. Because i who found a mistake in this research now. This is research that i did but the person with the nights on heroin guy. Folks said rolling in fifteen seventy. Was henry the eighth now henry. The eighth had been dead since fifteen. Forty seven so once again. My incredible knowledge memory defeats the research of this article. Elizabeth thirst who came to the throne in fifteen fifty eight many history so he was a guy. Fawkes born a protestant and the ripe old ages sixteen guy converted to catholicism which was considered a troubling religion at the time fighting on the side of catholic. Spain became involved in a conflict abroad. Way picked up the name guido. This conflict was known as the eighty years war. When guy was arrested in london he was forced to sign a document confirming his identity. He initially refused but off the torture. He buckled and signed. Interestingly he signed with his quiet name guido on finite essentially celebrates the foiling of a plot by guy fawkes and his fellow conspirators to blow up the houses of parliament in london. We celebrate this burning an effigy of guy and launching a whole bunch of fireworks into the sky spectacular display. Some would argue that. There's little better looking out over. London or huge city in the uk watching copious fireworks display up and light up the night sky. Yeah fireworks i give give and take. Yeah no not that interest in the fireworks and the poor pooches. The marijuana choose well. It's without thc but you've gotta high dog a relaxed dog and it helps joints as well and this isn't very very nice. Is it that guy. Fawkes wasn't hundred and quartered as the fate awaiting him instead guy actually committed suicide in order to escape the grisly end following his untimely death. His body was subsequent accorded and spread to the corners of the country. This is to serve as a deterrent for any would be perpetrators and in essence the v. for vendetta so i created a character that is perfect for this time of year between halloween guy. Fawkes night slightly mischievous character. That would only come out. Maybe coming the literature word this time of year and it is the knob goblin so just a little bit of research here and i thought once again. I'd been absolutely ingenious coming up with a new mischievous cheeky character. Who fries on innuendo and doing despicable and sometimes naughty things then he. I looked at the urban dictionary. Somebody really enjoys this activity of knob. Goblin yes and i thought. Well maybe could i trade. This could i trade market trademark nor goblin. And then i started doing deeper research quite literally and i saw no goblin videos gas station knob goblin. The goblin cave. Yes i mean. In essence it is a category on a certain site. So i'm going to have to retire. My new mischievous friend in fact on one side is four hundred videos. And i do not want it now. I imagine sadly dudley moore as e. l. in santa claus the movie stars and the sequel of knob goblin in a place. Where time for got dudley moore stars in knob goblin identity. I think it would think it would work. It would scare everybody. You've got a. You've got a elf that decides. He would prefer the dark side of christmas and he becomes a nop goblin. Yeah i think i'm going to retire. I've decided less retire. It you know what. Let's let's do a shot instead. Express back with the fifth of november facts about guy. Fawkes night guy fawkes. There were thirty six barrels of gunpowder used during the plot which some would argue being plenty to blow up parliament at the time but claimed the gun. Battle with too old wouldn't have exploded. Unexpected if it ignited might have been like a damp squib bonfire night. It isn't just fireworks the evening. It's also copious amounts of spa. Now i don't mind a sparkler but you don't want to grab the wrong end. Very burnt fingers and thing is do not lend itself to consuming huge amounts of baked potatoes afterwards. Yeah i mean if you can't hold that little fork and pry away and scoop up that battery cheesy goodness baked potato. Yeah you need to digits. Work.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on Doughboys

"I went and saw sandler's tour. And i got to see him. Do stand up and i never seen him. Do stand up Live before and he was in. He was so so so so funny. But derek i hate. I hate to try to push you into this but you told us a really funny story the started. Would you mind sharing it again because it was really l. Not at all. yeah well. I've always loved him since july. The towels introduced to him. And i was very lucky to Right within work with them on the sports show of nor mcdonald's ford show and i was very excited. Tell him the first time we had met was in an audition. And i was twenty one or twenty two when this happened and i was so excited to meet him and i think he could just feel energy coming from me and so when i met him a working with them. I said i think you fucked with me. When i was a kid but i didn't really realize you were fucking till now. He's the i what i do like i in this room and i go man. I'm a huge fan and you just go well Is it true what. I hear about you on these streets and i i don't know what it would if you heard about me and they go well Rumor is you're going to be the next dudley moore and man. I love dudley moore house. Doing and norm goes Willie's dead now but he was real good all right. You want to start your audition and it was just so cool. Eight for that experience. Where i genuinely was like mom norm. Thinks i'm going to be the next dudley moore then get older and then realize what he was doing and then to tell him and he just couldn't stop laughing but yeah i just think there was something he could never. He can never say anything. That wasn't funny. You know things like oh is it always a shallow grave you know berry salons like maybe a little deeper shallow grove your remote area. I dunno just as a you know it was a thing of talking to talking and for your listeners are like oh i want some other norm. Things norm macdonald. Did this fucking show on. Youtube was super dave and it was the very first one him and adamy get did. This show norm macdonald show and the first one they do is with super dave bob weinstein. Now they're together and they just have you guys overseeing it yes. It's a train wreck. I mean it's a configuration trainwreck. Like super dave asking like. Why are you doing this nor high. So i'm told to do that. One and the billy. Billy bob thornton was really great. I mean all things norm. Yeah recipes to one of the funniest. He's rip also clinical labs. You could watch all day a start watching one. You'll keep watching a derek waters. Thank you so much for being here. anything you would like to plug at this time. I'll be on the doboy podcasts Come here me clearer. Do it for this episode of.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on The Moratorium

"It's an oldie. Is that what we're watching next week. Nope now. I didn't think you were going to go that old but nineteen sixty awake hers of who. I'm sorry the wrong one might have to cut all this out. I was wrong. sorry. I didn't write any of this down by i. I couldn't tell it's not of the where cursor the word will is a hammer movie. But i don't believe peter cushing as in not that i see dang it derailed the whole thing although you von romaine Is the girl from the ms movie. Devil doll so But anyway the movie the next movie that I went to his not curse of the werewolf night creatures. What year Nineteen sixty two. Which has peter cushing cushing von remain There's a couple other long faced british gentleman. That i that i relegated the mustache on jack. Magma grow grow rin He plays the frightened man. Zombie einstein. I went to santa for halloween. Oh he's the Actor in exorcists. Oh that's awesome the not the actor. I'm sorry the director of the show that she's in the drunk guy falls down the steps. Wow he kind of looks like If you left dudley moore in the oven too long or took him out too early yeah. He lived to the age of fifty four. So that picture we're looking at that's about it. That's fifty four holy crap. That's what alcoholism will do to you. Yeah maybe looks. Like boris karloff. Why is that his profile. There's also a picture of him dressed. Like hitler so we're looking at pier cushing and we're doing at top secret now. I wish though. I love it that that's the clip that is on his by is the beginning of tops. Ecrit so strange. I mean i guess i mean grandma. Hearkens probably his Greatest role now. It was definitely the bookstore. Proprietor top secret. Yeah you're right. I love it. He takes the magnifying glass off of his. His is still the no but the movie is in the known for a slot on his. Imdb wanna just although. It's in spanish because it's a spanish film okay. We are going to watch horror express for express nineteen seventies starring christopher lee. Peter cushing sylvia. Tortoza sure sounds like a a desert yeah level sorta sprinkle some sylvia on top of. I don't see him in the top cast. Which is bizarre but it also. Has telly savalas there. He's at the very bottom. He plays a cossack. He's got the huge hats. Every wow as captain kazan. I love this movie. have you ever seen. I own it. Okay that's what have you. And i have watched it together. I might her. we have. That was a long time ago. Well yes and the version that i have is probably this euro shop collection. I think that's what it came and was when we had those Mario bava I still have that box crazy. I did a dvd player. But i have him. Yeah exactly. I'd have to buy a dvd player. It also made me think of Almost that bava movie that we always used to watch him kill baby. Kill kill baby kill thought you know what if i dig a little bit. Further i can probably find kill baby kill betta horror express popped up. So that's the one i wanna watch k. I gotta say that cheap cover art. I love the new cover are but there is one..

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"dudley moore" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"See and drummer shoot. Hold on. I need my rim shot. It is thank you. Thank you very much here all week. Except for tomorrow Driving tomorrow okay. Well let me move. Yeah zoom out of the way. So i can actually read these okay. I'll deep sadness about charlie wall my way charlie. Watts died so the rolling stones are going on tour again. really charlie. Watts was eighty years old. When he died mick jagger i believe is seventy eight good on them that they still could. Well not charlie but the rest of the band can still mic. Can still jump around the stage and keith richards is still standing somehow inconceivably. I don't know how he is was going to die so last night. I'm in the shower. When i'm in the shower play music ipods playing and it's on one of my playlists and the john hiatt song slow turning comes on and there's a line in it where he's yells at the kids in the back seat. 'cause they're banging like charlie watts and i heard that line and i thought you know i can't believe they're going to go out on. What's that gonna be their last tour without charlie watts. How can you do that and the back. Today he dies. Oh my god never ask questions like that again. Yes i guess. I guess all right well. Ll gop says and this is. This is a nice couple tweet. Yeah charlie watts was fantastic but without diminishing his memory. I hope this helped spark even more appreciation for ringo. We have the beatles rhythm section alive right now and humanity must do more to appreciate that. And i drink. Oh i t i. i've met ringo. I have a picture with ring. I'll find i'll find it. I'll find it while you keep tweeting. I do i have. He's the one and only beetle. I ever met and somebody and lucky somebody asked me earlier. Did i ever meet any of the rolling stones. No i never met rolling stone. I saw ringo heckle. Somebody i i went to see michael Not michael moore Dudley moore and michael shoe. They were team. Lay michael boublil team comedy. Bob don steadily more and i forgot anyway And they they had this whole act this whole thing and dry. Ringo came in and as part of the audience. Obviously there was no fuss. You know part of the audience. All he was drunk. Oh this is before he was sober again. Yeah where he was obviously an alcoholic and he's admitted to that and and is were A recovering alcoholic and we kept. I mean we were in the schubert in. La doesn't exist anymore. It's a big theater. And he's heckling him from the middle of the he didn't have a close up where he could just say things was way back row l. Or something wow neom. Oh my god did they like invite him up on the stage or anything. They realized it was him. I don't remember honestly. I don't remember. Did they know if it was ringing. The people around him. Oh so you were there. You were in the audience about.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on The Moratorium

"I don't know how could cause this guy is like six foot five. No he's great he. He's another one of those guys. That was in freaking everything. I know his in one of the death stalker's he is death stalker in one of those sequels part too. I think he's in shopping mall. He's the guy that is like constantly chewing gum and shopping mall awesome. Yeah he's great so yeah he's been around for awhile. I just started looking at him. He has credited and the soundtrack of high fidelity. Yeah what's that about. I saw that. I don't know. I don't remember him ever like playing a instrument any of these movies. You'd think they'd work that in he was able to do. He has a lot of directing credits for tv. Some newer tv shit. Yeah i thought. I was going through his actor thing and it was actually is a director as always extraordinary playlist. Who's in the movie called the all nighter. I think we've talked about that. That looks like a movie. We should be watching for. Lists this yes. It's like bachelor party or something. A southern california co ed parties with their roommates and flirts with the surfer next door. Now she should have gone for the renegade kayaker. Oh my god. Huge as canoeist immediately. Wet the all nighter has Deedee pfeiffer all joan cusak pam grier taylor how. He's in crazy people. God i went to the theater to see that. Is that the dudley moore. Yes and daryl. Hannah yeah not funny. Wasn't all full moon awful and then didn't funny farm come out like just after that and they try to well. Neither movie was funny. Funny farm makes crazy. People look like a multiple oscar-winning movie. I mean when you put the word funny in the title of the movie and you don't deliver and you don't make anyone laugh odd all right. Let's keep this up. Okay let's do it. Are you done yet. I except to petition to actually call our podcast renegade canoeist from now. Hopefully that is that is. I've never heard those two words put together an now. I will never be able to hear either one of those words. without hauling. You're welcome renegade canoeist. Two that made me take an hour a half out of my time to watch. That really grabs good. That was fun. The have anything else to add. I don't i accept that. I will be watching a movie for next week. I won't move at least one. I won't make you do all the although it seems like. You've had an all right time. Watching i have i've got cookie crumbs and cheese sauce dripping from my beard. You're either a glutton for punishment or you recently received a head injury or both my life. Hey calls a season all right well. Let's wrap this bitch jason. Tell everybody we're thinking find us. Just go to the dot com do it jackals and you can find this.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Will. Yeah and just but also just his performance of how how. Where am i in relation to fuck. Because when he was drinking with that rives five hours before his wedding. Bidermann comes in and goes five hours. Yeah so it's like an animal of the day basically morning and then and then he goes to get her at the diner and he says i'm getting married in twenty minutes and so he's got a track like how sober he is. Yeah and he doesn't perfectly yeah. I love that scene in the bar. With that. Guy amazes he when dudley moore when arthur starts to get all worked up he gets up and tries to leave a couple of times see. He's not into that at all. I don't have a real. He's like And also he when when arthur is going to meet with susan's dad in the hamptons. It's my favorite sequence of my favorite comedy. Yeah well think about. He's driving drinking again. Yeah out of the bottle. And then he stops in front of the thing and industrial laugh. Oh yeah and that's when you know he's there he's there and he can he. Can he can face all the butler stuff. Are you sure you wanna be a nightclub comic. It was amazing. You choose you. Did you hate this moose. The the most stuff The for the funniest line to me is right. At the beginning. With the moose. What first of all the way they had that shot framed down low with that giant fucking snows in between them and he makes a joke and looks the moose and just because this is a tough room. But i don't have to tell you that. And then it goes where he says. Don't talk about the moose anymore. He says i killed a man and he just see slowly looks at. It doesn't say anything but it's just looks up like most god. He's so brilliant. Was he nominated for this. yes he wanted. The golden globes do nah well ordinary. People want i'm assuming ordinary people want best picture. Some assuming it was somebody from ordinary people. I didn't look it up interesting but in in in eighty one he was nominated. He won golden globe the golden globe for best comedic actor but didn't win but gielgud one. Yeah and the song one The arthur theme one right and screenplay was nominated didn't didn't win either. I'm assuming ordinary people want that as well. Yeah that i mean. there's Is soon as those opening notes. It with the the low. Orion orion orion logo. It's like that does something to my psyche. You're in from my being eleven years old movie a thousand times. Yep and you know. I don't think my parents they were pretty guarded about what i watch but I think just got away with this one. Yeah well because it was. Pg no that was probably like bugs bunny. They didn't know they thought. Oh it's fine in sub you know these subtle jokes. Were being being fed to you but it was a love story. You know it was a really sweet movie. It wasn't it wasn't too tawdry. I mean it was nineteen eighty-one so like alcoholism wasn't the kind of you didn't think about it in the same way. Then you not late for laughs and even at the end he says. I'm going to try. I promise i'll try to stay. Yeah he doesn't say. I'm not going to drink anymore. There's no there's no and you realize when the grandmother says no there's never been a boku has been a working class back right. She says your your your son will be president or senator. you realize they. He's all they've got. Yeah there's nobody else right. So the the line ins with him. And i was thinking. Also speaking of the arthur remake. I was thinking about the sequel arthur on the rocks. I did see that. But i don't remember much. Problem is his arc is so closed. It's over right so he starts off as a child ends as an adult. He even says grown up right and so you. There's nowhere to go. Yeah yeah it's not like a superhero. Where then you just send are thrown into venture knows a complete so tried to reset and so then you just ended up going through the same. Even the plot. I don't i don't remember was married in drunk and having to try to i can't remember what the the actual plot was but that was arc of his character just reset. And you saw this like. Why am i watching this again. You know that was the problem in buildings in it but it's just such a perfect character arc of a guy who's growing up a kid who's growing up. That's why we all loved it at our ages. Yeah yeah it's interesting. Any also has. That moment was susan when he gets engaged. A couple of i mean that's a pretty pivotal scene He's being forced to do this. He does it anyway. He says this is who i am. And basically like this is who you're marrying you know that. And then the second he pops the question and she says yes he wants to leave. Yeah he wants to go home. He feel sick. He wants to go pass out basically. Yeah and the amazing thing about that scene. She orders food and he's just got a silver tray with a full glass of scotch and he's that move occasionally in restaurant. Yes on an empty plate. Two lines i sometimes say generally when i'm in vegas one is engine room with god. It's great and the second one is. I'm going to need one. My doctors advised me and you tend to these tendencies in our. Oh man. I've done the engine room thing is you rarely see an actual telephone these days so occasionally if i actually the place where i have a telephone i'll pick it up and go engine room with.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Of arthur is about fathers And it's about not wanting to be alone right and so in the hit. Those beats a hundred times in the movie. And arthur says out loud gotta be twenty times. I don't like to be long. Yeah and one of the most beautiful moments in the movie is when he's when sir john gielgud says. I'm don't want you to be alone. Yeah has that. Flat flicker in his. Ira go ooh yeah. Something's wrong with him. Yeah like ten minutes into the movie. Yeah yeah the first night. First morning with the with the prostitute and so the problem. I think with russell is russell. Has this intelligence and his deviousness and i think that the movie didn't work because dudley never played it that way. Yeah he never plays. He's trying to get someone something over on. Somebody never plays it. He's smarter than anybody out now. He never plays that. He's going to you know 'cause anybody damaged an and i think that subtly people just looked at rustling. He's so smart. Yeah and so cunning yet. It felt a little cunning as opposed to you. Want to hug this guy. You know 'cause on paper. First of all i probably just couldn't have seen any arthur remake this movie so special to me but on paper when i saw it was it was russell i was like. That's perfect yeah. Like what a great casting choice I think interestingly and this this is sort of a silly thing to say maybe. But i think part of what made dudley moore work so well was his size. Yeah he was a little guy. He was tinier than everyone he wasn't threatening he was I mean he was a kid heart anyway and so it just sorta felt right. Russell is what's brand right. Yeah i was tall. He's gorgeous tall. Yeah he's looking and it was. I don't know something about it. Just didn't feel like arthur to me. Well that's why he worked. So well as atticus finch right xfinity is that his name. Atticus something in in forgetting. Sarah marshall advocates finch was killed. He worked so well because he has that live kind of good bravado smarter than you Yeah and the thing. That's so great. About dudley. is he's just so physical comedy his nothing better. Just even following a at the susan johnson sounds very slowly following him and just the themes of that movie. If you think about just the none of us want to grow up. It's a peter pan store. Yeah so you don't want to grow up and your everybody fears being alone and really the just the subtle the subtle nuances of just fathers. You know He he has a dad who is american. He's english so by happenstance. This is total break dudley. Couldn't play it american. That's what i read have been in his head the whole time. I've had this so many times especially with australian actors where you go try to be funny and do american. Yeah it's the timing is very hard going in your processing you know. You're you're not a hundred percent there. So dudley said no way so subtly. What they got is that john gielgud raised him. And that's why as an english accent. Yeah i'd love that little subtext. They're so great. Yeah and just the whole thing with your a great son at the end. Yeah in that. And then and then susan johnson has a father. Who's just a murderer. Who just it will kill anybody who gets and then. Liza has her dad. Who's just sweet. Well menia which is literally like pleased. Mary the bill. Everybody is dealing with their fathers. And yeah in different ways. It's really really really interesting. And there's no moms around in the movie at all. there's not. There's grandma's grandma who's who's who's the best. Yeah the ball buster. And so you when you have those. That's why i got away with it. because the vulnerability of him the way he played the vulnerability yeah and those big themes helped propel all that other kind of more hard to swallow stuff. Yeah i mean i have. I have a note in here that he had to have this sadness in him about his alcoholism. Yeah and they. They don't overwhelm you with it. But they're just a few beats in that movie really well placed in in fact one early on when he first goes into the restaurant with the with the lady just picked up The he's at the table and you know as a kid. They recently had. The whole. country carpeted in rhode island could kick. those are the jokes. That was dying at as a kid. You know the little more obvious ones can. It should come in there and scrub your dick for. Yes i like those were so funny to me. And they're still funny but He's going on at the table in the old guy. Says you know we also understand your very drunk and you just. It's a face acting thing you see him. Realize i've done it again and i've embarrassed myself again And yet if those yeah he does and if those little beats weren't there oh it would not have worked every time. He's sitting at the table and he has a moment where he's holding the scotch and she says something and he he goes you like me. Yeah and she goes. Yeah and he c- he stops and he goes no no. Do you like yeah. It's like little little mom heartbreaking. He has the best line. I think of any movie in the last twenty years which he says not all people that are poet not people who drank our poets. Yeah some of us drink. Were not as we're not i have. Oh my god it jus- it just got joe. That's the line hills. There's so many lines that also just like sir. John gielgud saying again right to theme. She's liza minelli says to john. So john You take good care of them don't you. And he goes. I do yeah job. I highly recommend right. He's just like those moments are so real aspirins or for you was another amazing. There's so many real amazing performances in that just just when also favorite ones which i didn't get as a kid and just really made me a lot of went over my head. This is this is a rhythm thing he walks into lies apartment in the first eight tells the data if you could just you and your undershirt but then he walks in and it is probably thirty second tracking shot with john. He's taking in the entire yet. And you think he might go give them company goes how revolting. He such an asshole in that scene. It's funny all he's doing is sort of disparaging the father and yes but she still has stars in her eyes because she'd thinks he's a sweet guy he can. I kiss on the cheek. Is something feels strongly. He's yeah no that movie by heart. It's me too. I i i have to watch it alone because i will start just doing all the line now and he you know and then again you have those moments..

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"dudley moore" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Hey everybody and welcome to movie crush. Friday interview addition live in. Everybody is the first time. I've actually met with the guest face to face since Boy i'm trying to remember who the last person even was. I have to go back in the old calendar but it was some time in probably february or march twenty twenty but Today i had a great opportunity to sit down and talk to todd garner Todd is a name you may not know but if you start looking at his imdb page. You will be a little intimidated because todd is movie producer in. He has his fingerprints on a lot of big movies. He was the Think co president of production at disney for ten years and Just a freelance producer for many many years. I think after that and before that he's been doing it for a couple of decades movies like thirteen going on thirty and triple x. and the the mall cops series which we have a fun little talk about and Boy you know once we kind of got into the discussion realize just how many movies todd has worked on. It's great and we had never met before but he was in town working on a movie. He is stuff you should know. End movie crush listener and he reached out just to say hi and i said let's get you in. The studio turns out is a great guy and he picked a great movie. One of my favorite all-time comedies The movie from nineteen eighty-one. Starring dudley moore and mayes manila and sir john gielgud arthur. Such a great film and we really had a great talk about it so Without any further delay here we go with the super bowl super. Nice my new powell. Todd garner on arthur them sitting here in person for the first time in sixteen.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Look at the fucking questions for this week. What the hell am i thinking here. You know i brought this shit up before. This is something i wanted to talk to you about. I was watching last night. Because i went down this rabbit hole and of johnny carson's and i ended up seeing dudley moore on the show which reminded me of Sorry i'm trying to look this shit up here. How they used to make these comedy albums. When do these two characters God damn it. What the fuck is the name. See wales that was a bit. It was like everything in comedy yet. Derek and clive and they went to these studios and they just fucking improvise these fucking albums. They're absolutely brilliant. They're completely one. Hundred percent unfiltered their absolute fucking masterpieces. And when i also love about bottom is it shows how comedians improvise where actors and all. These people always just like. You're not doing it right. it's yes. And whatever i say you agree with it okay. And comedians don't do that comedians improvise with no fuck you. And if you watch in the improv world they act like it doesn't work well re listen to these fucking albums because it does it. Does they disprove that theory. Every three seconds on these fucking albums. And what. What i love about these albums is when you watch these things. This is everything that non funny fucking people are. Trying to get rid of in comedy the trying to get rid of like the level of brilliance in this and these fucking idiots who have no goddamn sense not only no sense of humor and not only lack talent okay. They don't even understand comedy they don't even understand what the fuck it is that they're criticizing they don't understand that like i am to begin this fucking subject like say when anytime anything bad happens if there's a tragedy and a comedian has a joke this so fucking ignorant of comedy that they take it as oh. He made a joke because he doesn't care because he's happy that he's not taking it seriously when it's a lot it's the exact opposite because you do care the reason why this gallows humor. You have gallows fucking humor because what you're seeing is so fuck it overwhelmingly emotionally. You don't want to feel the pain that you make a joke to give yourself a break from it and these fucking mouth breathing morons. How say that. Don't even know what the fuck they're criticizing. So if you want to just see completely unfiltered fuck and comedy. I i would watch the prince of wales derek and clive. And then there's the one song dudley moore sinks hit the deck broke his fucking neck. There was no blanket laugh. We nearly shut. You gotta fuck it here that one. It's about a guy like a house. Fire in these guys fucking. He's freaking out because he doesn't wanna burn to death and these guys are on the ground saying hey jumping into this fucking blanket so the guy jumps any fuck. It hits the ground because there was no there was no blanket and dies in the guys who pretended there was a blanket are just laughing their asses off. And i guess when dudley moore then made it as a hollywood superstar became box office. Boy his i call it. He was terrified that these albums. We're gonna come out and they were going to ruin his career because even back then there's just always dumb fuck and people that don't understand comedy balaa beyond knock knock. Who's there. And i cannot tell you even though. I didn't discover these these albums until i was like ten years into my career. It was something that. I was naturally trying to progress towards. Which i haven't gotten there yet. It's just to be completely totally one hundred percent unfiltered. You could try to tap into whatever talent you have is you have to just you gotta fucking open the it right and i was naturally going in that direction because every comic that i loved was doing that on stage back before there was all of these fucking cameras and social media and all of this shit where now all of these fucking people. Who aren't really that funny wants. Stand up comedy graded on a curve and they want all of these people that that are way way more talented and way more brilliant than they are to to paint between the same within the boundaries of their own. Fucking lack of talent. And that's basically what it is because you can't just sit back you have an inability to sit back and accept your talent level in realize that this going to be people better than you and let them be better than you so then they can show you where the new bar is which will bring you up and you'll actually get better. Which is why. I always try to watch people that are better than me. It's fucking basic. Can you imagine like in music if they did that that off all the inner many intermediate guitar players found great guitar players offensive and told them that they were not allowed to play the guitar beyond the level of their intermediate level. That's what the fuck that doing with comedy. I feel that's my own fucking opinion. i'm sticking with it. And i'll never get off this argument or that the fucking nba pilot teams fucking stupid. All right with that with that. Let me try to get to some of your questions here. See if. I have time.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"92 3 FM Drive home with the ghettos and Chad show. By nine and not question Yeah. Would you eat a cookie with Vice President Harris face on it? Uh, no. Well, I mean, is it a good cookie? I don't know, because I don't know. Am I gonna be called a racist? What if she gave it to me? She did. Okay, so she gave it to journalists at the White House. And not take a chip cookie. Then I'll probably eat it. Yeah, Sugar cookie, Maybe. Okay? Not that it's a big deal. But like who puts their who puts their face on a cookie and hands them out to the media? That's a little weird. That is weird like that's That is, that's uh, that's a bizarre Thing, you know, First of all, you're handing it out to the media. Right? So what does that say? I'm trying to curry favor with you guys. Here's and it's weird because the pictures I see they don't have her face on it. It's her. You can tell it's her, but it's like an Amish doll. Right? So I missed all you guys don't know they have. No, there's no face. There's no eyes. There's no any of that stuff. But it's definitely her. Oh, it's her. Is this like the Jesus on a tortilla or piece of toast thing? I don't know that was like, No, This is like somebody actually did that Somebody actually created this right? That's just weird. Imagine Biden going around. Here's a cookie with maybe if Trump did that. Right. The cookie would taste like sour grapes, then it would definitely tastes like that. He would he be handed he feels like he feels like guy hands out Racing's and they've got. He's got him inside his pocket. We're not in the bag or anything. He reaches in handy a reason. What would have Biden cookie tastes like Metamucil. Metamucil also helps everything worked right through. Is that so? Yeah, I got to take it every morning. I'm just gonna say okay, One of that weird life is is twice today. Somebody talk to me about Metamucil. Is that so? Yeah, that's twice weird because you ever seen the movie crazy people. Was about where there is not a superhero movie they were sent to. This guy was sent to Dudley Moore was sent to a crazy house. If you will, Arthur. Yes, And he goes there, and it's a place where he's an ad executive and he's had a breakdown. They sent him there. And an accident. All of the crazy people inside of there Alright ads and then everybody Later one of them is Metamucil. And I think that this is the slogan is If you don't take Metamucil, you'll get cancer and die. And so they start running with all the stuff. Yeah. Madam Yucel is it's not something you know That's probably what this thing would taste like. It got worse for the vice president. It did not get better. The cookie thing she wishes the cookies. So first of all, let's talk about how bad this thing started for. You Just do remember that she took off on what? Sunday night and they had to make an emergency. Turn around and come back. Right playing. Yeah, so then they went over there. Thanks to Turkey with her face. She gave everybody a cookie with nobody's face on it, but we know it's you She also spoke to NBC's Lester Holt and couldn't answer the most obvious. Simple question. Do you have any plans to visit the border? At some point, you know, fish. Yeah. We are going to the border. No, you're not been to the border. No, you haven't. So this whole this.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"When you're going to be invited to a game. Rpg now i believe is non only has the ability to do you know normal games but also text a text line games almost like a chat kind for dnd. Now i've done that. I've actually quite enjoyed it. Quite enjoyed it. I can play d. game with tex chatter and discord. Where nobody's talking. I could do that. No problem but i know some people wouldn't so look you know find those discords and i gotta say. Sometimes you can have to spend money. Let me not sell this. But i will say it. People who spend five discord. There are people there who put d. games together for each other. That's just the way it's gotta be. Sometimes you gotta put a little money and sometimes you can't close off all of your options and then sort of complain when you don't have any options right it depends on how much it matters to you but if you are alone when it comes to gaming reach out try to find groups track groups watch groups and then create something if you think you have a good idea. Maybe create something. I a lot of people. Same thing happens with youtube. They're like of got an amazing amazing brain for video games on my god man. You got any videos? NO. Why? Well. I haven't got that right all right. So what are you going to do? And they're like. I'm gonna do reviews. Awesome what are you going to what are your reviews going to cover. It's going to cover graphics and because of you maybe we'll cover sound invoices going to cover fun factor. Because i think games are fun. And i'm like all right. You're fucked not that you're fucked but you get my drift right. You gotta you gotta rub your specialness in there. It's got there's got to be something there that sort of speaks to people so anyway. All of these things are there. You can always tweet me at any point if you want and talk about. Dnd not saying. I will always respond but most of the people that follow me will respond if i don't And again our discord has an amazing group for that so and support those things. If you wanna see more of this kind of discussion he gotta support this podcast. I see a lot of people are like. I love reviews man better not go away and then they won't even subscribe to a youtube channel. And you're like damn son. You got some shit backwards including your brain moving on and now. Let's begin with five tips to be in a good player. Let's go number one. Always make sure to have a name prepared or ready for a game it slows. Everybody down if you don't have a name. And i know a lot of people like naming is the oldest part it is because you're not thinking well have some name setup. Pick some movies that you like. Pick the actors that you like out of the movies throw them down on a piece of paper always have them ready even if you have to name your character arthur and you're like man. This is a boring character. Especially because based in fantasy people are gonna think of arthur pendragon or something like that. It's like hey you know what maybe not. Maybe you end up playing that character in a way where the arthur name seems completely weird when it comes down to it. Maybe it's a completely boring name but the way you act. Is this von of haunt. Where everything you do sort of over the top and crazy and so arthur as a normal name just seems weird except there was the old tv show with arthur. Who played that dudley moore. He was crazy and his name was arthur but you get my point number one like a stated always have some names number to be open and flexible people will have issues when it comes to gaming and you will have problems. We'll have arguments. You'll be trying to understand what's going on. If you wanna make a game go slick. You got to be flexible. You've got to be flexible in other people's translations of things when it comes down to it. A lot of crunchy games are very easy to understand the rules. Man this is like sense. Evil okay since evil for ten feet while we all know at ten feet is. It's from the person. I'm just guessing. I don't even remember how far away you can. You can sense it but then it's like what a sense evil mean what's evil if i'm a good guy evils one thing if i'm an evil guy evil something else guess what. What if. i'm not a good guy or bad guy. what if i'm just Sort of a grey guy. What's evil to me. Then how does it end up applying looking in a way like evil. Also you can go with those static things. Let's say games like sense. Evil only senses characters or things that have murdered others that have no compunction and that kind of stuff right. Okay no issues there. I can sort of understand that. But how are you gonna end up reflecting that as a dm to make it a little bit fancy a little bit different so you gotta be flexible with all the stuff. Flexible character flexible as diem but most importantly flexible as a player number three. Be okay with people taking the spotlight away from you. Don't take it away from them unless it absolutely makes sense for your character and understand that stuff's going to change game to game and moment to moment if you end up getting them to fight. It doesn't always mean the barbarian or the fighter. The mercenary is going to be the number one person to react at the split second moment in which action actually occurs in may not happen in fact one of the best battles i've ever seen in a game. We had we had five people. It was a mercenary unit. And we were protecting a character on his way out of a dangerous land. We ended up getting jumped and we are like okay. We know exactly what's going on. We're counting down three two one. We're going to nail these guys. We know exactly what's up and instead the character that had no battle prowess really reacted out of control because they were in a stressful situation.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"Yeah yeah well i listen. I still love those like a character. Our movies to see milo night. A samurai murphy where that just defending variation. I'm up. I don does the voiceover he was he was the guy. Did the voice would dudley moore person can do a japanese accents. You can't even launch into that room and we can't know that make me a patsy..

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"dudley moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yeah, man. What? I wouldn't put it past that because they duel but really, It's really trail because it looks like the enemy's gonna stay there forever. Unfortunately for him But certainly fortunately for the team and for cheese fan, So what's all the Jared Allen? What do you do A few more things about the game, but about the lead, But I know you're doing something pretty cool with Volvo revolving around safety. What? He got cooking with this. Jared, tell us Yes, so well when I teamed up for their Volvo's safety Sunday, and there is a safety in this game, which again I don't really care how it comes, whether it's uh, you know, Sacks, tackles holding penalty, You know, Snap went over the punters Had you listened thinking Father is going to give away $2 million with the cars on so when they reached out, and it was cool that I learned a lot about involving history, now, history of all of myself because one of my first cars and high school is a You know, like in 1987 Volvo station wagon, And so I was just, you know, just crushing it, just crushing it in high school. E reached out and it was cool, too, because we started talking about just kind of the history of Volvo. And I didn't know that they had invented the three point safety harness. And so how do you get to the $2 Million with cars being given away? It's not just another thrown out. It's based off last year when they did the million dollar giveaway that there's no safety. So if they didn't it didn't happen. But up to that point they have been credited. Was saving a million lives from the seat belt, which was pretty cool. So now going forward, they want to do to me. They want to save another million lives. To innovation and technology with their You know with their cars, and so you know, it's a cool deal. Like I said, a little history with him because I drove one and and obviously my tied to have in the bottom. Arguing, like how better way to kick off 2020 just giving away $2 million with a car by the way, guys little trivia. There's been nine safeties in the Super Bowl, so this is suitable 55. So the previous 54 it's one. It's one safety. A little less than every six Super Bowl. So that book how to do so. Get that checkbook ready. Evolve over government for you, By the way, Check this out of Volvo safety Sunday dot com. Jared, I have a Volvo XC 90 czar of this UV. See if you get this reference there boxy, But they're good. You know this one? Yes, I know. I just tasted went out for me to test drive for the couple weeks and I gotta be. I was worried I wasn't gonna fit into it. But plenty of head space, right? I was actually cool. I have to admit, though, like this, the first like high bred The hybrid, you know, bottle and driven, and when I turned it on, his person didn't make a sound. That's right. So I kept turning it off and on because I don't know what that was going on. And then I hit the gas and started moving. I was. I don't know your breakfast here. You missed the left. There's a movie creates called Crazy People Dudley Moore and Daryl Hannah, and it's actually worth of watch. That's an old lady. It's gotta be 87 Dudley Moore drives a Volvo and then he's like they're boxing, but they're good checking out. E. I mean that I'm a movie buff guy just on a crazy crazy people Take that. Take that. Take that without love it, So it's not a jet. Jared Allen's with us and who's in it? Who's in it with him? Dudley Moore and Daryl Hannah. Darryl had a nice right now will definitely watching. Like Jared, that will really watch it. So let me ask you this before. Let you start running here. Um, you know, it's crazy. Could you play 13 years? I would say this down the line to our engineer before he came on. You know, if if I didn't look at it, I'm usually pretty good with this stuff. I would have just assumed that you played longer with Minnesota. Then you did You actually play the less than half your career with the Vikings, and I'm not sure even the most ardent, fervent fan would would make that association but we that's That's how we look if we look at you as a Viking Can they win it with Kirk Cousins it his. Kirk calls good Enoughto win for the Minnesota Vikings, who have never won a Super Bowl got there four times in the seventies. Still looking for number one. Their fans are great, and they win with Kirk Cousins. I don't know. You know what? You know, I I just I look at where the leaves Dolan and I just think you know Minnesota's kind of there. There. Bread and butter for years and years and years has been to run the ball While we were successful there. We had great defense. We ran the ball. Obviously, Bret Bret helped out a lot, right. Zone. I don't think it's fair to put it all on Kurt's shoulders just because I think there's maybe a hand. Not even I think there's two or three quarterbacks in the league that can literally win games solely by themselves. S o, You know, you know, I don't think I don't think Kurt's going to take him there all on his shoulders all by himself. I think if you surround, you know you're surrounded with enough people. You get back to playing a solid defense is solid run game and you let him play action. The ball. Yeah, I think they got a chance to win games and and get back to what? You know what you saw them do. It was a few years back when they were in the NFC title game. But I do have to correct it. I play half my career with Minister Get off by year. I miss it by year. Your guy? Yeah. Six years in Minnesota. No. No intention to play for You know, for 14 years, I figured it was Minnesota. But I was trying to figure out my way to the Super Bowl. E got many men have Minnesota haven't rated. Just try today, Rick. Help me get there, buddy. God, I hope I hope they do married. That's such a great fan base I got. I got blessed to play with two of the best band bases in my opinion. In my career, which was in Kansas City in Minnesota on unfortunate Minnesota hasn't made it yet, But don't get to it. They got they got thrown office. We'll We'll get it going and No, they'll be don't ability and that could be competitive. He's a Hall of Fame finalists. He had a great career 12 years and just an absolute beast on Sundays. Get in the in the kitchen of the quarterback Jared Allen. Good Chad. Good stuff with Volvo. And next year we'll see in person. They're looking forward to a buddy. Appreciate I gotta I gotta tell you real quick. Tiki Project, Remember, we played against each other round of the Chief's still one of the hardest I've ever been hit. I made the tackle I had heard out because because of you, Tiki. I ran hard, but I was I was small, but I read hard. Yeah. Came out the right side and we met. Oh, my gosh. You got a hard head. I was I had the low I had. I was smaller I had. You know. What is Jared? Vote low man wins, man, man, There's a handful of guys. I remember here to challenge one of them, and I always like it..

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"dudley moore" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For the next few minutes, talking some more movies with Sandy Frasier. Since of Government officials have allowed us to do nothing. But where Mask and Kroger and watch movies at home, Sandy word. Well, actually, I was I was out today at the grocery store and not wearing a mask. Thank you, because I I don't any time I get the chance. Um, yeah, I'm the only one in the store. I'm not wearing a mask. It seemed that way today, too, with me anyway, Um Clint Eastwood gets short trip a lot of times for people for his acting career E You seem pretty one dimensional at times when he was doing the spaghetti westerns and all of that the Dirty Harry movies. But well, until he did that bridges of Madison County, and he just really He just really glowed and his love of jazz music and everything came out in that film, and I really enjoyed it as a director. He has made some brilliant movies. My favorite of the Clint Eastwood genre of films he's directed, is midnight in the Garden of good and Evil. Oh, yeah, yeah. Fantastic. He's a great great director. He's so talented, you know, and he's really getting up. There would be 90 something at least. At least but I was going to tell you too before I forget, you know, when I was in living in New York, I got to take the course inside the actors studio and Yeah, so I got to go. Once a week into Manhattan, and, um, I was able to meet Anthony Hopkins. Shirley Maclaine and a few other actors. I can't remember. But Anthony Hopkins just really, really inspired me. He really struck me as Such a wise man and one of my favorite movies of his was the movie that I think this Mel Brooks spot for his, um, bought the rights for his wife and Bancroft. And that was 84 trying to cross road. I don't know if you've ever seen it. No, it's kind of Ah, yes, It's kind of Ah. A little. I don't know. It's not that well known, but I bought the book and I read it and it was so easy to read, and I could really relate to the character. It was somebody who really loved books. And their relationship sort of their virtual relationship back in the forties and fifties. So so brilliantly made movie. I absolutely love it. I saw it again, Thea other night, and it just reminded me of How much I enjoy. You know the film and books. You might be sure sure I don't. I'm not particularly fund of anything He did. I mean, including, you know, classic like Easy Rider, but Peter Fonda made a movie later in life called Ulisse Gold. I don't know if you've ever seen it or not, but it's a wonderful movie. You've got really great reviews, so I was immediately curious about it and watched. Yeah, I wasn't a big fan of his either. No, but he did it. He did a great job in that film. It's a wonderful and there are all kinds of those Things that you know, maybe weren't blockbusters or didn't get a lot of attention. That I have thought to be just phenomenal movies. There was a movie that Billy Crystal did for HBO. Because he was a huge Yankees fan Growing up called 61. It's about the 1961 baseball season and the Chase. Over over Babe Ruth's single season home run record and the Yankees pursuing into the playoffs. Mickey Mantle and Roger. The man who broke the record and had the asterisk beside his name because they played three more games than Babe Ruth and played in a single season home run Roger Maris. But that movie is phenomenal. And I recommended with such a big sports enthusiasts. And so you know, a lot of his films revolved around sports. He actually played a What was that movie with Debra winger. He played about Paris or something. And Paris. He played a MBA referee, right, right, and he was so he was so wonderful, they say overcome little. He is anything running around basketball card yelling at the big, tall basketball players. I just thought it was perfect. Well, there's a fantastic scene in that movie there plenty of fantastic scenes in that movie, but there's a fantastic semen. Forget Paris Will Billy Crystal Was officiating an NBA game. And Kareem Abdul Jabbar is in it and he said It's my for. It's my You can't throw me out. It's my farewell tour. He said. Well, let me be the first to say farewell. He throws him out of the game, Miss. Fantastic. Are there any movies that you you absolutely have to see. Everyone's an oil, Sandy. Oh, yeah. The Maltese Falcon. I can't get enough of it. Because it was so beautifully written. And you know, you get a little confused throughout the twist in the terms of the plots, But you know, you could easily see why Humphrey Bogart was so captivating and just magnificent, and you know, without those hats and those cigarettes, he would have been lost. Yeah. Yeah, no doubt. Um For me. It's Ah, You're gonna be surprised by this. Maybe I don't know one of my favorite movies of all time. It's in my top five. And thankfully, my wife's, too, so I don't annoy her with it when I want to watch it. Is the original Arthur with Dudley Moore and Liza. Oh, well, yeah, I mean, nobody could play. You know, it was remade with that coat check guy. That comedian the British guy. I don't know what song Yeah, he could not come close to Dudley Moore. No. We had a very tragic life. And you know what I like to do when I watch a movie is I like to look up? What happened to them, you know, and That was a real tragedy. Like the other night I was watching the Elvis's jailhouse rock, you know, and he was really good in that movie, but the woman that played his manager his, you know, they made records together. And, you know, she died right after the film with me, and she was only 24. She made the movie with Elvis Did the jail Jailhouse rock and then was run over by a car, son. Oh, my God! Terrible car accident with her husband.

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"dudley moore" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"dudley moore" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Trump to go on national television now and demand and then to this scene change. At least one improvised explosive device has been found on the grounds of the US Capitol repeatedly being told by the National Guard at the national level that we did not have authorization. We love you. You're very special. Our Incredible Journey is only just beginning. All right. Okay, you guys hear me now can everyone chat? Bernie looked oh Nicky B Jillian New York City she want to Union Kate task 9. Thanks for the ten bucks. Thank you very much. Sherry H. FB page is on live right now. The reference the attacked by the terrorists this week last week. Kim Rogers test flexor Jackie Jaqueline. Hey, everyone Nikki, baby. Thanks for moderating. Now. I had to you know, I know what happened. Hal's told me this before I went online and them as I as I was punching it in. I turned off the Wi-Fi. So it's hooked up to the ethernet and it must have screwed something up with YouTube, but I can see you could all check now, but I can see that people cross Super Chat. Thank you Benny local for the two bucks. All right. Let me bring a Hell in here. My I will say my good friend. A comedian a great actor and my tech might my technically Savvy Guru serious wage now, what's up, buddy? You know, I I got thirsty just watching you drink your juice. So I also am consuming a healthy beverage probably post workout. Did you work out today is that you know, how I don't know how I'm going to be honest you Here it is last night. I ran out of weed. Okay now hold on. It gets better he'll so then I go. Oh, I have some edibles from speed we'd so but where they're from and how many milligrams so I take like two of them and then I take the hard candy one month how I was up till 5 in the morning freaking panicked having anxiety attacks thinking I contracted covid-19. They had a 5-speed so I just ate the raw weed and I woke up next to my wife like oh my God, my heart's racing. So we had to call an ambulance off. I don't know if you're doing yourself any good as a spokesperson for Speed Weed At this point. I think this I think I think we should probably it's from the post show. It's not dead. It's not their fault. It's my fault cuz I didn't read the label it couldn't possibly so but there are a couple of of connections I think in some ways she cuz I you know me, I'm a I'm a teetotaler I'm used to be, you know called sxe, you know straight edge and I've never had an alcoholic drink in my life. I've never done any drugs and looking from The Outsiders point of view. It's sort of the one white rat getting the placebo in this magical dog. Ugh test that America is conducting on itself that I grew up with the the idea that pot makes you paranoid like that was part of thing. That was like that was part of the price of admission home. That's not everybody not everybody but some people smoke pot and get paranoid and that significant enough number of people that it became, you know, a stereotype about it to some degree home and I had always written it off before I understood as much about brain chemistry as I do now, as a sort of aspect of you are not in control of all of your actions, your brain is kind of disassociated from your normal patterns of behavior and awareness and you're doing something illegal. So your brain because you're doing something illegal goes is somebody watching me while I'm doing this. I'm having too much fun. It's like home, you know, it's it's like, you know masturbating and going did I lock the door that kind of moment, you know what I mean, but like stretched out over 6 hours, right or like I do I always turn the computer for the camera can't pick me up in case someone's birthday. Ben how how do you not have a contract as an doing ads for one of those like safety visors like click? I know whenever I go to pornography. I always I always turn the car always turn the camera so they can't see what I'm up to. Yeah, there's all kinds of techniques. You know, the old touring comic thing is like bring Post-it notes if you can always did note, you know, the general that one that one I learned cuz I would leave my laptop open when I was doing radio and stuff and I'd be getting in and out of the shower and somebody put my head like anybody can hack in it in time. And so I am paranoid fashion like, okay, this is the hotel room. That's the shower. I'm running around getting ready and I'm you know, I've got an hour of half-nude and all nude running around my room like nah home to just in case but and then Okay. I have a couple inches before we get it to you like an episode with. Okay. Well, I don't know if you if you call your head now. All right, ma'am. I normally do a flashback at Supercuts. So it kind of Blends the greys and with the with the Browns and it looks natural but Supercuts is closed now, so I just did it myself and it looks like oh you need Just For Men or something. No, I just did the ladies one. So that's always smart cuz that's got like conditioning stuck in it. So the tricks kids if you want to know a lot of people asked my secret for how I stay so young considering that John and I are basically the same age or with the same age. I'm fifty-five. How are you? I'm okay. I'm fifty-one. So yeah, so I know a bunch of people who are fifty one who looks 65. I'm sure you've met some of them yourself. Yeah, every time I look in the mirror the Seekonk. Is whatever girls are doing to their face and hair do that. You know what I mean? Like it's at a certain point. That's the value. Hey everybody in the chatroom. I brought it up on my side too. So yeah, you know, it'll I guess it'll fade. I'm not worried about it doesn't bother me at all looks good. Yeah, it'll fade it. Just I know my mother goes John I like when your hands natural gas. Like I'm too I feel too young inside out to look old gray. I understand, you know weird part. Yeah, you know there used to be a thing about like age gracefully and then there was this period of like no don't in the eighties the eighties really grew up with the yuppies, you know, they all found a way like they were exercising they were eating right that was when quiche and kale started showing up all the stuff everybody bullshits about health and exercise now really born in the early eighties. It really was after the sixties drugs and the seventies shit diner food that was now available. Old Country why you know what I mean the growth of McDonald's during the seventies is literally I mean you could track the death rate of Americans to the rise of fast food through the seventies but like in the eighties everybody's like crap, I'm going to I got to get my life together. Right? So everything we're doing now is kind of seated in that generation. And yeah and and there was this whole thing about like no don't go gracefully, you know, as long as you can keep it together and buy it it's fine and you had two camps. You had people who look great for their age video Jesus. You're you're 45. You look 35 had the movie 10 come out where if you'll recall do you remember how old Dudley Moore is turning when he has his mid-life crisis and in the movie Ten? No, but I love that movie. How old was he in a 30000 now granted for the superintendent delimar was fifty-two when he filmed the movie where he supposedly turning forty and freaking out cuz he was Thursday. I'm yesterday like get the hell out of here. I just I remember watching that again cuz I loved the movie and and and Bo Derek's body and and I was watching it and he said his buddy is having this his day friend who helps him write songs. Yeah this intervention with them because he's freaking out cuz he's going to turn forty right? Let me tell you this month. I did a bit about this, you know my last special right before, you know, we you know that I filmed right before we went into lockdown and the first person to live to be a thousand is already born the first person to live to be two hundred and fifty years old is approximately fifteen right now. Most people if you can survive covid-19 your shit together will experience.

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