35 Burst results for "Dustin Hoffman"

Kabul Wasn't a Withdrawal, It Was a Retreat

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 10 months ago

Kabul Wasn't a Withdrawal, It Was a Retreat

"I've been waiting all week for this. He is the vice president of the heritage foundation heritage dot. Org he is the man we go to for all matters national security and foreign policy. Jim califano welcome back to america. First you're on am. I know not live on national radio. America you have to actually here. So let's i think there's two big issues one is what they're gonna do next which is going to make things even worse in the white house and and the other is what we how we stop it okay so before we get to that for two days. Now i've been quoting. You'll tweet here on america. First very powerful super powerful visual tweet where you said. The compost wasn't a withdrawal. It was the result of contact with the enemy. Which means it's a retreat. Jim what write that what. So here's what happened. And i'm not nancy drew but i think and i even think on your show. People have unpack this understand. What's going on biden. Convinced himself that afghanistan was going to collapse. He so he had and so he grabbed gani. And he said you're going to cut a deal with the taliban and you're gonna turn the country over to the taliban and what you guys are going to do is let me leave first. And then the country's gonna collapse and it won't happen on my watch and it won't be fall and what happened is of course. The taliban were like well dude. If you just tell us you're leaving we're not gonna cut any deal and of course ghani got cold feet grabbed his suitcases and headed for the door. And then what biden did was just executed is planning precipitated. The collapse and then he put himself in a situation where where there was no escape. It's literally like dustin hoffman walks up to customer and says dude there's a million indians on the little bighorn don't go there and then custard charges anyway and and get surrounded by the by the indians and then he then he turns to the guy next. How could this possibly happen.

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on Newt's World

"I didn't know it at the time. But i was being influenced by really brilliant people in the entertainment world and i used to imitate this fellow. Sid caesar a lot from for the entertainment of my classmates and And and that became as i look back. I said wait a minute i think i i probably got more out of that and i did it only other years. I i certainly learned from many many people on the way up and convert that initial signature was stay with me so because he was a character. Comedy actor right. And i would and i became a character actor. I was interested in different kinds of characters and different accents in different Behaviors and that examination into those those areas of acting as oppose to leading the leading mankind of who. I have great appreciation for guys who are pretty much the same in every film and just know how to how to do that kind of work and art very charismatic. and i i just I went off into this other world. The character acting and was influenced many people growing into it. You know and working with great people. Dustin hoffman. this you know. How did you get into it. Because acting in hollywood's obviously incredibly hurry career to sort of get your foot in the door..

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Looking Back at Rain Man

Bald Movies

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Looking Back at Rain Man

"Today. We're talking about one thousand nine hundred rainman. Who a correct me. If i'm wrong. Jim this is like the top grossing film of the year and also did quite welford self in oscars nominated for eight one three and it made like a billion times is budget not bad. Not bad Is directed by barry levinson which you might recognize from his work on the natural. Good morning vietnam wag. The dog and sleepers is written by barry morrow and ronald bass. Maybe ronald bass. I didn't look that up. Shoot just realized which we'll talk about. We'll talk a little bit. More about barry morrow when we start talking about the impact of the of the film had on this subject matter Stars of course. Dustin hoffman as raymond ray babbitt and it stars. Tom cruise is his brother. Charlie and also val area go lino. Who i'd only known as the hot funny girl from hotshots and hotshots part do as a remember her from them. She's actually. she's playing italian in this movie. So gotcha and i wondered if like what happened to her because she was in these big movies in the eighties and i looked through her Like imdb and some does just one thing after another match kept trying to work on both sides of the pond and one contract would interfere with another contract and then that would fall through and that was delayed and she liked it. Seemed like ten years relied. Click by and so. It's a shame in a lot of big movies like the. I'm not saying this was a big movie. But she went to rainman right after big top pee wee which you know not the best. But she's in like you said she was in leaving las vegas. She was in escape from la. She was leaving las vegas. Apparently playing someone named terry jesus. We just saw that movie. And i did not. I didn't did not really must've been a minor role

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Lynn Stalmaster, Legendary Casting Director, Dies at 93

Fork Report

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Lynn Stalmaster, Legendary Casting Director, Dies at 93

"Lynn Stall master was the first casting director to receive an Academy Award stall Master has died at his home in Los Angeles. At the age of 93. He has more than 400 casting credits, including such classics as Inherit the Wind, The Great Escape in the Heat of the Night and Tootsie he's credited with helping to discover such major stars. Is William Shatner, Dustin Hoffman, Jeff Bridges and John Travolta. In 2016, he became the first casting director who received an Academy Award for a long and meritorious

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Woz is that some of the engineers or sometimes prone to do since we had no music score per se, no dramatic score the picture. They turned up the wind. At the end. We just had a lower roll wind in the backgrounds. They carried out the coffin. It became a full fledged Gail. Hurricane But there was nothing we could do. Tell me about casting. Have you ever had problems with getting someone who you really think is wrong for the role but who an executive wants to put in because it'll be good for tune in. It's always a fight with a two hour movies. The networks have very very, I think bizarre. Uh, choices about who brings people in. Luckily, I cannot think of being forced to use an actor actress in a role for whatever television movies that we really didn't want. Promise. Sometimes, you know, they're want, like, go get us Dustin Hoffman will doesn't happen is not going to do a movie of the week. So sometimes what you do is you come back and you tell them Yes, we We talk to the agent, and he's not available. Sometimes we even do nefarious things like never calling an agent and telling the network. The person is not available. That's a trade secret. I really shouldn't say that in public radio. Hopefully they're not listening. Screenwriter William Link, speaking with Terry Gross, recorded in 1989 linked, died two days after Christmas. He was 87. Coming up. We remember legendary.

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Backup Is Not a 4-Letter Word

The Digital Story

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Backup Is Not a 4-Letter Word

"If, you've ever seen Dustin Hoffman in the movie the graduate. You'll recognize what I'm about to say. He received sage advice for his career in just one word now remember this was the nineteen sixties. That one word plastics? Will I have just one word that should be at the foundation of your backing up an archiving strategy automate Absolutely automate. So I'm going to be covering a few techniques today but at the heart of the process for your backing up in archiving and I will make a distinction between the two you need to have as much automation as possible. If indeed, you're truly going to have a system that is up to date in liable and all that good stuff. Now, in my case, I have I cloud in dropbox I cloud grabs, files of that are on my neck or that go into photos, and that's a lot of files I have the big plan to two terabyte plan and all they have to do is pay the. Bill once a month and I'm good to go. I don't have to think about it. Any further than that in dropbox grabs files out of specific folders again, just takes care of it. All to do is pay the annual fee and I'm good to go there as well. Now, you may choose a different service but I encourage you to bring as much automation as you can into your backup plan because the more automation you have the stronger your plan will be now before I get to my five tips in addition to automation I, just WANNA share a note on the difference between backing up in archiving, they are not synonymous. Backing up is what you do during the project to ensure that you don't lose your work if you're working on a wedding. You probably not going to get it all done in one night or in one sitting. So you back up so that when you come back to your wedding, you know you can just pick up and go. But as something weird happens, you haven't lost your project. But when you're backing up, you're not backing it up in the final state you're backing up a work in progress. Archiving happens when the project is over. In case, you need to revisit it for whatever reason. Now, archives are the final version in general you don't save all the incremental backups that lead to the final version you say, the final version itself. So archives are the final version. They don't need to be as quickly accessible as your backups, your backup she want right there on the flash drive or wherever you happen to be using. Their the works in progress archives the final version a writing. Now regardless of if it's an archive or backup, you need to have a system, right you need to have a system for managing both from this point forward I'm going to use a more or less interchangeably, but I want you to understand that archives are longer term backups are more works in progress. Right here are five additional thoughts to consider when endeavoring. To. Preserve your work. Okay. This start out with the classic three to one rule. I'm sure you're familiar with this and if you're not, you're going to be in just a few seconds three, two one. Well, what does that mean it means three copies of your data one primary copy into backups. Two types of storage media local drive you know network, you know whatever happens to be two types of media and one copy off site or in the cloud in the cloud qualifies as offsite three, two, one, three copies of your data, two types of storage media and one copy off site or in the cloud. Now, I do both offsite and in the cloud. So I have a copy of that goes to my home, right my. Primary. Copy is here at the studio I have it backed up on a hard drive here. So I'm actually like at four something like that, and then I have most of that data in the cloud. Well. So I like both offsite in cloud, but you know one or the other the thinking being that you can be as fastidious as possible backing up your data if you have it on a hard drive next to the computer. And something happens at that particular location, rather be theft or some sort of natural disaster or whatever. Then you still lose everything. So off site is important because chances are good that you know something that ten miles away on a server hundred miles away that if something happens to your locally that you're offsite copy will still be accessible case with three two, one, three, two, one, three copies, two types of media and one copy offsite. Number two don't erase your memory cards until three two one is in place. This is something that have advocated for a long time. Or at least consider your memory cards, one of those three

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Dante Basco Discussed Landing the Role of Rufio

Asian Enough

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Dante Basco Discussed Landing the Role of Rufio

"You work asked. How did how did that come about like you had started out as a dancer one of your first credits is in moon-walker. Yeah yeah me. And my little brother Dion. We're in Walker. I was actually his understudy in moon-walker and we did the bad video but we did the kid. Bad video friends would allow those kids today. I mean mercer tantrums in the video. She's like the executive producer showrunner of of fails to share. We've known each other since we were like twelve. The way dancing works. You have the casting you have to have a cast like exact behind them because people get hurt all the time when you dance so we did that. We Young. We're gases when he came to L. A. But when I did hook the pretty remarkable thing about hook is so my little brother. Dion hadn't auditioned for another character in the movie. And I remember calling my managers when he got the addition. Because we're like you gotta give me an audition for this movie because you know the one thing we knew is it's Robin Williams playing grownup Peter Pan. And you're like that had captured the imagination of the world like. Oh my God like Robin Williams is Peter Pan. That's who he is. And so we were all excited about the movie and Spielberg and and whatnot. And so I ended up getting audition for other character. Rubio we know in these characters are and then my other brother. Dr Ian got an audition for Rubio too so we both went in together. This the thing about being brothers L. A. And Act against all audition and continue against each other and to this day and it's like was the TV show like last season where they're like. Oh it's between you and your brother during both on the board like whatever like was going to get it so good like but we've all trained together and go of the process understand that you're not really in competition with each other you know but we've been through a lot as brothers and different these days almost be really close. Yeah I mean it's hard to be Asian actor in. It's hard to be an actress. La I always say it's hard to be an actor in La. Probably want hard jobs in the world as far as to work and then on top of that it's hard to be an ethnic actually and within the ethnic spectrum it's hard to be Asian ethnic spectrum and even within the Asian spectrum to be Filipino. That particular Asian is super strange. The people because they're like are you. What kind of Asian Asians that? We wrote this role for you like a brown skin kind of are you. So why are you so ten and then even within that little like Filipino? It's like it's you know I'm one of four brothers that are like very close in age like you're the boss brothers like at our performance that our performance that we're all here in the audition so it. I've lived a very unique experience except where I've brothers that lived with me. Oh we are definitely going to ask you about one of the few experiences. You had playing a specific Filipino. American character in the great debut debut But I I want to ask you lower living in this hook. Moment your audition you said before that in a way your upbringing in paramount helped you in. Yeah House. The unique thing about that particular project is I went in on me and my brother both went in. We put the auditions on tape with the with the Catcher in Jefferson. There's a picture of that day too. We both dressed up like how he thought loss was addressed up. I remember like bracelets on this. Weird like floral shirt and so We had the addition and then I got a call back like the eight my managing like. Oh so Steven Spielberg wants to meet you. So I went to Amblin which is on the universal lot in the whole lot. All great but there's like this one sections like Spanish villas like that stevensville offices. We went there and this is like before. Ps Ten does like here. Like a mall arcade in his office which is crazy and so we're they're playing video games and he brings me in and then he doesn't even me again we talk. We talk about a lot of stuff you talk about rats so Rizzo and talked about Dustin Hoffman. Because I know his playing hook at that time and we talked about films we talk about other things I did and then do you want me to read. He's like no no. You're good I just wanted to meet you and I was like what I walked out. My mom had to go. I don't think I got it like I read. You know and then a few days later they offer me the part which wild so read the part one time. When I was on the set I remember sitting on the pirate ship and I was like. Hey Steven like never auditioned like read the roll one time and someone offered me the job. How did that happen and Steven was like Yeah Dante. Like at of all the kids we. You're the only kid that scared me. And but you know when I think about it now inside. I'm living in paramount right. And this is ninety one. You know kids were getting shot in my school. Like my best friend. Like one of our friends got killed his girlfriend. There was like guns everywhere drugs. We you know there's like life and death situations going on every day. There was like a big race war blacks breast of Mexicans. Where where what side are you on? Oh we need to get out of here at lunch or like you know it's going down and when you're dealing with like that kind of environment to degree the lost boys gang. I just the leader of the gang and so I think some of that was you know brought to the surface when doing the character and I think that kind of resonated with Stephen. I think that Kinda helped my the whole thing so

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Dante Basco

Asian Enough

05:21 min | 2 years ago

Dante Basco

"Daddy okay. Hook the nineteen ninety-one cult favorite reimagining of a Peter. Pan Lor starring Robin Williams. And Don Bosco you are. I'm just GONNA cut right to an icon. Come on come on man and you have been ever since this this role Rubio and we have so many questions for you. But we're going to start is what has revealed meant to you over. The course of the time. I mean is changed over the years. I did Rouphael when I was fifteen. Start when I was ten before was an actor. I was I'm from me and my brothers from the bay area right. And we're all artists and actors and musicians and poets and we start as break group in the Bay. Area called Street freaks. We popular was in the bay area. Kid You know grew up going to forty niners games in Oakland as games and we ended up dancing for the forty niners and the Oakland A.'s. Halftime shows thirty. Four thousand six hundred that kind of stuff then. We got scholarships the Ballet Company ballet and so we start studying ballet and it was like a real billion Elliott thing kids from St that they picked up and start the world ours and so like being an actor. Artists has been in my family's story since my earliest memories of whatever we were doing you know and so by the time I was fifteen and did hook it was like I mean I was you know somewhat prepared for it because I was studying acting for so long and studying the greats and then I was very much whereas work with greats worked with Spielberg maybe at the height of his powers. Dustin Hoffman is. He's on the Mount Rushmore of the actors. That changed the face of acting the seventy S and whatnot. You Got Robin. Williams is the Godfather improv acting. In one of the great you know give me. The list goes on Maggie. Smith said Bob. Hoskins is like every day is like what's going on here and so I was really prepared to just really do a great job but that never prepares you for character lasting twenty five years later. It's like now I've been Rubio longer than I haven't been Rubio. You know so you know you walk around. And now it's like it means something different to a whole generation as people tattoos of your fifteen year old face on their body crazy. Which you've seen with your I've seen with my own eyes. I've signed people's bodies at kamikaze tattooed on you know. And they name their kids after Rubio and their dogs after Rubio and it means something to just the people at large as far as like this rebel spirit you know and then in mean something completely different to a whole generation of Asian Americans where I get a lot of like. You're the first cool Asian that I ever saw on television as exactly what I was about to say. It's you and I'm dismayed that you hear so often not here and again when you're young you don't really think about it when you big movie in your teenager like even though I was like a trained actor and a pretty solid artists at fifteen is like I just WanNa be cool like plea at the for. The love of God can come out on Friday in theaters and when I go to school on Monday. Ken like some people. Think I'm cool. Where are you going to school at that point in in southern California I was going to school in Southern California? I was in high school Limit town called paramount. And it's right. You know right next to Compton. The crazy thing was this is the nineties s in we got into some trouble me and my brothers in the middle of shooting Hook. We got caught shoplifting. At Serena's mall yes. I needed some isotoner gloves. We needed some isotoner. Glove would use gloves and southern California. I don't know Jerry Rice War on I duNno had some is anyway. We got caught. My parents got so and again when you grown up in the neighborhood and paramount which is like site content but it's more Mexican than black and it's you know gang violence in the nineties and we have friends run drugs. Everything's a lot going on in your young mind like shoplifting is nowhere near anything else going on a neighbor but we got popped. We got in trouble and I was actually in the middle of shooting. Hook which is super strange and the guy that Catis history does mall was like watching. Because he'd seen me in a movie called perfect weapon he's like that's that do from perfect weapon and then. Oh my God. He's they're stealing isotoner gloves So we ended up getting bused to Orange County and started and finished our school at Orange County. The and then I was there when the hook came out. So it's kind like I was a kid in school and the movie came out and I went from a school. I was like predominantly black and Latino to a school in Orange County. That was I think there was twelve black kids in school And like it was like predominantly white. We were like. What are we doing here so that was a school that was that you were in? Hook was coming. Yeah that was I was in when he came out and I was. They thought it was cool. I mean we were cool are here with me and my brother like three. Brown brothers walking around campus with high hair and Super Hip hop kids and then the big movie comes out. And you're like that kid from that movie. I kinda always wished I was in my old school when it came out. Because know you get the extra On the hometown new school. And it's all weird already now. Super

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on AP News

"S. death toll has soared past seven thousand people around the world Italy has been hit hardest by deaths with more than fourteen thousand new infections have been leveling off in Italy but the Italian government is not taking chances on a rebound it's demanding Italian stay home and not assume the emergency is over that message comes after some areas began relaxing restrictions in Spain the health ministry says some eighteen thousand healthcare workers are among those infected that's fifteen percent of Spain's cases more than two hundred and thirty thousand people around the world have recovered from the virus which causes mild to moderate symptoms in most patients I'm Ben Thomas AP news forget the old New Yorkers refrain I'm walking here it's a new city now that it's become a hot zone for the corona virus pandemic and social distancing rules the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York president trump has fired another member of the intelligence community this time it's watchdog Michalak concern was the first to inform Congress about the anonymous whistleblower complaint last year that described trump's pressure on Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son Democrats are blasting his dismissal senator mark Warner calls the move on conscionable the ranking Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee Warner ants Americans should all be deeply disturbed by ongoing attempts to politicize the nation's intelligence agencies house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says the president's dead of night decision puts our country and national security at even greater risk the president informed the Senate intelligence committee late Friday of his decision to fire Atkinson saying he no longer had confidence in him Ben Thomas Washington president trump's abrupt firing of the intelligence community's inspector general has drawn swift criticism in a letter to the Senate intelligence committee late Friday president trump said it's vital that he has confidence in the appointees serving as inspectors general and that is no longer the case with Michael Atkinson Atkinson handled the whistleblower complaint last year that the president was putting pressure on Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son that complaint trigger trump's impeachment among those criticizing the move is the justice department's watchdog Michael Horowitz says Atkinson is known for his integrity professionalism and commitment to the rule of law and independent oversight Atkinson is at least the seventh intelligence of still to be fired ousted or moved aside.

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Circle Griffin obviously trying to goad Dustin Hoffman into a dumb penalty but nobody was caught with his stick you're listening to a twenty ten Blackhawks Stanley Cup playoff free play game two of round two versus Vancouver I have seven twenty WGN second one here for you to see the offense that scored power play goals face also the forty dollars to buffet out there which are the days of Patrick Kane my guess is that thank you lined up in between the circles his next destination it's going to be facing off against city no second when right down to the corner after the right wing corner now most of us want them back copyright two rewards sharks muscles to reclaim the puck moves down the ball he's taken his hand right city hell left wing boards one thirty the team has to wait a little bit more there's got a little bit more patients there was no shooting where they're easy block for the Vancouver Canucks defenseman I think a brand sold for one shot walking on the PK same thing for the Vancouver Canucks guys will pay the price the accident the park right down the in short handed points moves to be active right point fire stopped in front what's the change but my point is way up into the protective padding we get a whistle stopping play fifty six seconds number two separated in self a little bit more for Alex burrows he was kind of down and losing his balance but dole the deflector that shot into the net in the Patrick sharp X. one more two more strides in the middle of the ice he is free to hammer away by the Canucks taken in their corner by Edgar real fire it turns the puck in behind that deputies he's got to find himself married also put one right circle that's another huge you cannot use on a free one shorthanded bricks were elected to shoot rather than pass the one of his teammates and the and the just tell one of the best it's a break for the Blackhawks won a nice goodbye Christopher stayed with me all right there is the confidence Chris first date in all along try to make a pass Thomas progress to the far side of the fence he's a left handed shooter he was setting up for a captain Chris first reported in behind of the Vancouver Canucks off to the races all Blackhawks parted deep you say twenty five seconds left at the center sent back to Camelot the floorboards my server nearby boroughs and down into the Canucks come to full strength your office out of the conduct box back to get the puck behind the locket Ryan Campbell now the Patrick Kane at center details on the line right wing you should no longer want to fly safe right as of right now for fifteen in the slot the stick way by Michael Samuelson Sanderson took the puck and sent down the log will automatically get a came home ahead of the report by Kevin be accidental city nine hundred seat of a hotline right circle from there the flexible slot plus one's got the puck you'll nine IRA through center ice and down the floor beside the canal yeah the gravity behind they're awful now if they had him exiting at center ice nearly stripped bare by last city didn't clear the Senate race red stripe before sending it back to get into so called away the icing the right wing these drives it down the dasher and behind the cannot get away with murder this is a technical once my runs into a wall we got a whistle stopping play seven oh four left in the second box to box one that's a huge thing for the Blackhawks playoff hockey on Chicago's WGN radio seven twenty don't forget to put the pressure of referral for state remains snake a.

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A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

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A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

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A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

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A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

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A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

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A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

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Hollywood Studios Assembling Coronavirus Strategy Teams

Todd Schnitt

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Hollywood Studios Assembling Coronavirus Strategy Teams

"The only industry trade publication variety they had a headline Hollywood studios assembling coronavirus strategy teams as the coronavirus continues its deadly March across the globe the outbreak is wreaking havoc with Hollywood's efforts to launch major movies and shows in the process companies are asking employees to delay work trips to countries such as China Japan Italy South Korea regions that have been most affected by this virus studios have already canceled plans for China premieres for films such as Disney's Moana and the James Bond adventure No time to die yeah Sir could be fitting for some obviously rather enough they come down to Kerala Sony's bloodsport was also expected the screen to China but the release date remains up in the air so clearly Hollywood there's a long story Holly was trying to figure out how to deal with and of course here in the United States is certainly deliberate a globally receive some box office could be way down if people are not wanting to assemble in areas in fact Amali Amali rolled was that movie outbreak with Dustin Hoffman that movie actually start with an infected person in the movie theater was that the movie will we saw somebody in the theater and they sneeze or cough and then you kind of see the virus spread and and and you know this is visualized and then you see how it's transmitted and essentially that's how this crap works now this this is this is how this occurs so Hollywood clearly it gave them a fair look that up it is even if it was the movie operate we're it was the movie theater scene in the beginning of the movie for a reason that you made sticks in my head it's been a long time since I saw that

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Plate. Beer. Grant k nineteen sixty seven the graduate mandate, Dustin Hoffman. Yes. I still love that movie. It's still good. I watched it, maybe a year ago, still a great movie plastics. The futures, plastics does had finally nineteen eighty-two Gandhi Mandy, who has been Kingsley or correct. Shop stands stands up time long, though. Trivia questions from after the year two thousand with your, your ignorance of past history. Mr Mann has twenty years, perhaps. Book every now and then when I was when I was used to play trivia, trivial pursuit when it first came out, we played trivial pursuit, and my mom would wipe the floor with us, right? Mom, you're so smart. She's like no. I'm old. I lived through all of these things. These remember. I love through them. I still love trivial pursuit. We haven't played in a long time. I love playing the eighties version do you play? Does it? Are you aboard gamer? My wife is board gamer means I am. We've got a new board game called blockes. I am obsessed with this game. And I'm kind of good at it, so it's almost like tetris sort of, but you have to strategically use your little pieces in certain way to block everybody else off the board. I might say, I love this game, there's a Spanish game we played our house. It's called a no shoot. I will take us for we have Mandy Connell. Show tournament. Oh, god. I'm Dan for that. I do something like that. Okay. Now guys, though you can't keep up with me on that. Bring it feel froggy jump you wanna throw the cards down ribbit. Let's go, I feel no challenge. Coming our way. We'll be back tomorrow. We lose the Logan. No. Maybe we'll be back tomorrow, depending on when the game gets over, we don't know it's a mystery, but we do know that Lewis Logan will be here right now, right here on KOA NewsRadio. Great networks for homes hotels, schools, churches and businesses..

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:52 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This is the true story or based on the true story. I believe it's of the same title as I think it was an Atlantic monthly article that became also the, the basis for maybe that maybe the Dustin Hoffman often movie outbreak two, but it was it was based on that notion of the escaped Ebola virus and what happens if it suddenly gets into the mainstream of society, and there, again, just to say it because you brought it up earlier and I wanted to mention it. There's Julianne Margulis as you said in design, be narratives. It's the women dot the renegade. Women dr. Tres and the detective stories it's the hard, you know, stand against the power structure, shaking, his fist to the world, male detective stories, but they lot of ways, they sort of parallel each other, and other. That's interesting is that I didn't really make that connection until I heard a couple of breaks ago and just to clarify, the article by Richard press and came out in the New Yorker in New Yorker. Okay. I was thinking about I realize people outbreak in reston Virginia. Right. And that the crux of it was that it was a strain of a bowl of it was heiress alive which meant that it could spread in the air, which is not how he Bola normally transmit code made. It highly highly dangerous. Luckily, the strain, they had rest in only affected the monkey. And so it was able to be contained but that was sort of the first only able outbreak on American soil. And so when the article was. Publish, it got a lot of attention. And then he got Richard Preston got a book deal. And the book version came out in nineteen ninety four and he also got a movie deal. And what's interesting is that it has taken until now? For that, that become something that they were trying to make it into a movie. And they knew that they had to compete with outbreaks and outbreak went into production. I like they, they were like racing outbreak went into production before the script even finish and because outbreak got into production. I basically pulled the plug on the crisis in the hot zone movie, and then Linda oats. And really thought had been trying to make it as a, you know, a mini theory limited edition. Whatever you wanna call it for years. And now it's finally moving forward, and I think it's fascinating it's going to air on National Geographic, and I don't know. They try to get this the more out and that was sort of all, they could get all, I know it's fascinating because they've been trying to get this project off the ground literally thanking ninety four. Well, thank you for that. That's it was really my question. And I think what was interesting about outbreak is way. Why I connected? The two was that. I thought what they did. I remember when the article came out. I forgot it was New Yorker. And I read it with great interest. And I thought it was cool with outbreak. It was almost like the movie outbreak with often was almost the sequel because it was all about. Well, what happens if the monkey who has it had gotten out and was biting people? And then blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, that was. Trivia real fast. Is that Wolfgang Petersen? The director with offered both projects. He was offered the crisis in on aren't even offered outbreak. And he took outbreak because he said, quote that you can tell a better story with section. Yeah, that's interesting. Well, then this is a fictionalized version of hot zone is where they're making clear Jarl. Let's just picking up. We'll start with Michael wildcard line in Greensboro on coast to coast AM. I don't even know where we're going Michael. So just go ahead and take over from here. Okay. Cool. Well, first of all, thank you for hanging out with us on this Memorial Day weekend. So you know, we're not at the beach. But that's okay. Anyway, I wanna talk about has anyone mentioned Charlie's angels tonight. That was such an iconic show about LA female detective. So that's true. Where does that fit within your theory Dalia, actually, we mentioned them earlier, because I running and steel, and the idea of that male figurehead, you know? And so we made this show is called Charlie's angels, bright. They work for Charlie. And so, but you never see Charlie he's just the voice, but the premise behind Charlie's angels, that they are three women who wanted to be caught and they went to the police academy. And then they were basically put any sort of demeaning and unchallenging jobs in the police department and that war, sort of, you know, Charlie with them away to work for him. But I think again, it goes back to this, I deal where it's okay have women working in teams. And now what you see Charlie's angels. And you see that in other things, too, like the snoop sisters or the other like even like the sitters club. But there's one of those youth young adult novel things where there was a group of girls who are solving crimes in that way. Interesting point, they let me go to Joe who's in Long Island, east of the Rockies coast to coast, AM, Joe Ghalia. Now, if you look at I am legend, as opposed tonight at a living, which was more set in the world, like the woods, well, Pennsylvania type of setting it seemed like they were showing that this elaborate infrastructure boats cars, helicopters, one no match, but Assawis high tech standoff couldn't withstand the onslaught and correlating that with people from nine. Gallery where he morphed back to more of an ape like the evolution creature to the surprise of his students. The idea of the survival of the fittest comes more into play. Okay. Let's go with their Dalia. I can tell you that I am legend was the inspiration for night of living dead. So either Dr. When you see correlation between those two movies, but at the same time what's kind of intriguing about that. Is that part of the rural -ness of night of the living dead, was due to the fact that they didn't have much money to shoot with? Fry. It was all driven by budget, not necessarily by concept, west of the Rockies. Todd is in Vegas on Costa, Costa 'em for Dahlia. Schweitzer todd. Hi, n I hate calling in reference to the show ship. Right. That was kind of a detective. But again, no, those are both those are police characters though. Right. So they're not outside of the system. But you do I think you get points on that because the home motorcycle puts them in the lone wolf, you know, on a horse solving crimes in on the highways as opposed to, you know, in the city. And so they're out on the writing the range, you know, as were the concrete range on their iron horses. Do. Private is never going to have a do right. An equal duo on top of that, as opposed to a main character in a in a psychic. Which, which brought me to what originally when I call for John from Nebraska, he was gonna talk about Charlie Chan, and I find that character very interesting for both from the side kick aspect. But in a way, it was kind of its own new are, you know, here's Charlie Chan who is sort of maybe, again, even the alternate outsider, the racial, other the cultural other. And at he's solving crimes being completely discounted as not even being part of this society. I mean so it wasn't just an outsider in the society. He's not in the society and sort of, like it's the double layer of outsider and also see in devil in a blue dress, where the reason easy Rawlins is hired for that the case it's precisely because the color of his skin, right him to go where white decade tan. Have you ever seen DO a the original deal way? No, you're talking about. I don't. Oh, famous new are b movie. Right. And it's about a guy who has to solve his own murder. He's been given a dose of poison. I'm reading about it right now. It's amazing. I never it's a great movie. You can you can find it on YouTube. I think it's like it may be in the public domain, but it's everywhere but watch delay sometime. Because I think in a way you have its version of the loader detective with nothing to lose solving his own murder. So in his own way, it's sort of I'm going to say this, it's sort of like the loader detectives zombie. You know, he's, he's a living dead man. He's a Walking Dead man. And he's all he's racing against the clock to solve his own murder. I think it's a it's an interesting intersection between those two stories. Anyway. First time caller line. Jack is in Wisconsin on coast to coast, Jack. Yes. Good morning. Thanks. And I wanted to bring up a rubber v. Parker's detective Spenser. Yeah. In Boston and appears they have the exact opposite social structure of the west coast. Detectives. And one of the interesting things about Spencer was that you could read the book and follow it along on Google maps, because Parker used all real locations for his book. Oh, that's great. I didn't know that. That's awesome. Dahlia your thought on Spenser for hire. I know that Spenser for hire is similar in sort of the private. I said to Raymond Chandler's Marlow. But obviously he's in many ways. Very different. Right. I mean fact that even is in a relationship, functional relationship, and handsome, handsome, any s former top, I believe, right though. It's it is kind of interesting twist. And also, I think the east coast, west coast variation is also fascinating. Vincent's in Utah on coast to coast AM, and we'll get as many as we can before the top of the hour for Dahlia, Schweitzer. Go ahead. Vincent. Hey, it's good to hear your back then. Thank you so much appreciate it fun to be back. I hadn't heard mentioned a if it has been, I apologize, the drowning pool with Paul Newman. I don't know that I don't know that I know dead pool. I don't know drowning pool. Yeah. The drowning pool. Private thing. It was a little risque for the time. Yeah. It's it's very good. Then kinda fun PG thing kind of a PG series from eighties heart-to-heart, I thought was pretty. Yeah. That's that's more. It's much romantic comedy, as it is anything else. But yet, it's good one. All right. Andre is in Hamburg on coast to coast AM, a wildcard line, for Dahlia Schweitzer. Go ahead. Andre. Time. A couple of actually. His younger. Hambur my neighbor. Great school and worked in Montebello was on lunch. Break him and his partner van in front of us and looking going on. Great my neighbor and put into the van and the woman. Pickling up and Vadym. Let go. Crooned up a tree on this guy yelling and. But wasn't any 'cause I think. Because dental to of, of. Veins, and dental cheer up. Crazy. Was going into to go to punk shows every night, I take the bus would Richard and you up with the real Richard Maria you. You know it was him. Oh, yeah. Absolutely on. How did you know it was Richard Ramirez? I didn't. At the time. Have caught my size picture, you'll like I know that guy from the bus. Yeah. And he would be rocking. Doc about Chad chef. About one stop before. And I often thought like, wow. Known Mike on the phone stop or done. I will yell at my stop you like hockey.

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:37 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To your outbreak narrative, now, this is the true story based on the true story. I believe it's the same title is, I think it was an Atlantic monthly article that became also the, the basis for maybe that maybe the Dustin Hoffman often movie outbreak two, but it was it was based on that notion of the escaped Ebola virus and what happens if it suddenly gets into the mainstream of society, and there, again, just to say it because you brought it up earlier and I wanted to mention it. There's Julianne Margulis as you said, in design be narratives, it's the women. The renegade women doctors. And the detective stories. It's the boiled stand against the power structure, shaking his fist to the world, male detective stories, but they lot of ways they sort of parallel each other. And I thought that's interesting. I didn't really make that connection until I heard a couple of breaks ago and just to clarify for the article by Richard quest and came out in the New Yorker New Yorker. Okay. I was thinking about realizable outbreak in reston, Virginia. Right. The crux of it was that it was a strain of a bowl of it was heiress alive which meant that it could spread in the air, which is not how he Bulla normally transmit. It. Made it highly highly dangerous. Luckily, the strain, they had rest in only affected the monkey and so able to be contained, but that was sort of the first only able outbreak on American soil. And so when the article was published. That got a lot of attention. And then he got Richard Preston got a book deal. And the book version came out in nineteen ninety four. And he also got a movie deal. And what's interesting is that it has taken until now for that, that becomes something that they were trying to make it into a movie. And they knew that they had to compete with outbreaks and outbreak went into production. I like they, they were like racing outbreak went into production before the script was finished and because outbreak got into production I they basically pulled the plug on the crisis in the hot zone movie, and then Linda oaths and really thought has been trying to make it as like, you know, a mini theory limited edition. Whatever you wanna call it for years. And now it's finally moving forward, and I think it's fascinating it's going to air on National Geographic, and I don't know. They try to get it this debated somewhere else, and that was sort of all, they could get all I know is fascinating because they've been trying to get this project off the ground literally thanking ninety four. Well, thank you for that. That's really my question. And, and yet I think what was interesting about outbreak is why. Why I connected the two was that I thought, what they did. I remember when the article came out. I forgot it was New Yorker. And I read it with great interest. And I thought it was cool with outbreak. It was almost like the movie outbreak with us often was almost the sequel because it was all about what, what happens if the monkey who has it had gotten out and was biting people, and then lovable bub-bubba blah that was. Trivia real fast. Is that we'll thank Peterson? The director with offered both project was offered the crisis. The non aren't offered outbreaks. And he took outbreak because he said, quote that you can tell a better story with section. Yeah, that's interesting. Well, then this is a fictionalized version of hot zone where they're making clear jar. Let's just pick it up where we can't we'll start with Michael out of wildcard line in Greensboro on coast to coast AM. I don't even know where we're going Michael. So just go ahead and take over from here. Okay. Cool. Well, first of all, thank you for hanging out with us on this Memorial Day weekend. So you know, we're not at the beach. But that's okay. Anyway, I wanna talk about has anyone mentioned trolls angels tonight, because that was such an iconic show that LA female detective. So that's true. Where does that fit within your theory deli? We actually we mentioned them earlier, because I running and steel, and the idea of that male figurehead, you know, and so we never made all this show is called Charlie's angels. Right. They work for Charlie. And so, but you never say Charlie, he's just the voice, but the panic behind Charlie's angels, that they are three women who wanted to be called and they went to the police academy. And then they were basically put any of demeaning and unchallenging jobs in the police department. And then that were sort of, you know, Charlie with them away to work for him. But I think again, it goes back to this, I deal where it's okay to have women working in teams. And that what you see in Charlie's angels. And you see that in other things, too, with, like the snoop sisters or the other like even like the sitters club. But there's one of those youth young adult novel things where there was a group of girls who are solving crimes in that way. Interesting point, go to Joe who's in Long Island, east of the Rockies coast to coast AM, Joe Kelley. Now, if you look at I am legend, as opposed to night at a living, which is more set in the world. Like the woods, well, Pennsylvania type of setting it seemed like they were showing that this elaborate infrastructure boats cars, helicopters one, no match for the Saudis, high tech standoff couldn't withstand the onslaught and correlating that with professor people from nine. Coury where he morphed back to more of an ape like the evolution creature to the surprise of his students. The idea of the survival of the fittest comes more into play. Okay to go with their Dalia. I can tell you that I am legend was the inspiration for night of a living dead. So. When you see correlation between those two movies, but at the same time with kind of intriguing about that is that part of the rural -ness of night of the living dead, was due to the fact that they didn't have much money to shoot with. Fry. It was all driven by budget, not necessarily by concept, west of the Rockies. Todd is in Vegas on coast to coast AM for Dahlia Schweitzer Todd. Hi an eye on in reference to the show chips. Right. That was kind of a -tective, but again, no, those are those are police characters though. Right. So they're not outside of the system. But you do I think you get points on that because the home motorcycle what's been the lone wolf on a horse solving crimes and highways as opposed to in the city. And so they're out on the writing the range, you know, as it were the concrete range on their iron horses. The fact that you have do by private is never going to have to do, right. An equal duo on top of that, as opposed to a main character in psychic, which, which brought me to what originally when I called for John from Nebraska, he was going to talk about Charlie Chan, and I find that character very interesting for both from the side kick aspect. But in a way, it was kind of its own new are. Here's Charlie Chan who is sort of maybe, again, even the alternate outsider, the racial, other the cultural other, and, and he saw Ving crimes being completely discounted as not even being part of this society. I mean so it wasn't just an outsider in the society. He's not in the society, and like the double layer of outsider and that the devil in a blue dress, where the reason easy Rawlins hired for that case. It's precisely because the color of his skin right away. Allow him to go where white second tan. Have you ever seen DO a the original deal way? No, you're talking about. Oh, famous new are movie. Right. And it's about a guy who has to solve his own murder. Why he's been given a dose of poison. I'm reading about it right now. It's amazing. It's a great movie. You can you can find it on YouTube. I think it's like it may be in the public domain, but it's everywhere but watch delay sometime. Because I think in a way you have its version of the loaner detective with nothing to lose solving his own murder. So in his own way, it's sort of I'm going to say this is sort of like the loader detectives ambi-, you know, he's, he's a living dead man. He's a Walking Dead man. And he's, he's racing against the clock to solve his own murder. I think it's a it's an interesting intersection between those two stories. Anyway. First time caller line. Jack is in Wisconsin on coast to coast, Jack. Yes. Good morning, thanks. I wanted to bring up a rubber v. Parker's detective Spenser. Yeah. Lived in Boston and appears to have the exact opposite social structure of the west coast of Texas. And one of the interesting things about Spencer was that you could read the book and follow it along on Google maps, because Parker used all real locations for his book. Oh, that's great. I didn't know that. That's awesome. Dahlia your thought on Spencer for higher. I know that Spenser for hire is similar in sort of deprived. I said to Raymond Chandler's Marlow. But obviously he's in many ways. Very different. Right. I mean fact that even is in a relationship like a functional relationship, and handsome, handsome, it s former top, I believe, right? So it's it is kind of interesting twists. And also, I think that the east coast, west coast variation is also fascinating. Vincent's in Utah on coast to coast AM, and we'll get as many as recanted before the top of the hour for Dahlia Schwytz. Go ahead. Vincent. Hey, it's good to hear your back man. Thank you so much appreciate it fun to be back. They, I hadn't heard mentioned, if it has been college is drowning pool. Paul newman. I don't know that I know that I know dead pool. I don't know drowning pool. Yeah, the drowning pool private. I think it was a little risque for the time. It's starting think. Yeah, it's it's very good. And then kind of a fun PG thing PG series from eighties heart to heart. I thought was pretty. Yeah. That's that's more. It's a romantic comedy, as it is anything else. But yet, it's good one. All right. Andre is in Hamburg on coast to coast AM at a wildcard line, for Dahlia Schweitzer. Go ahead. Dre. One time. Couple of. Actually. Younger. Hambur neighbor into school. Bang on like in Montebello was on lunch. Break him and his partner van in front of us and looking go. Oh, when grand my neighbor, and the them the? The woman. When I pick line up, and I mean, what goes on a tree and this guy yelling and cooking up, but was any what blown 'cause I think. Get dental to both of limp of dental chair. Going into to go to punk shows every night I take the bus would brick and you up with the real Richard. He you know it was him. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. How did you know it was Richard Ramirez? I didn't. At the time at all. Picture you like I know that guy from the bus. Yeah. And rocking. About chat, so. One stop before. And I often thought like, wow. Mike on the phone. Stop after we've done our yell at my stop you like the hockey too much. And we not yet he was actual killer. Course he got in Boyle heights. The local. Pictures on TV neighborhood, like basically grow them and gave them over to the police Andre. I'm going to stop you there, but your audio is kind of coming in and out. So I'm kind of missing some of your words. So thank you. That was creepy enough for their great story. Let me go to Michael and message uses on coast to coast wildcard line, Michael. Hi, anne. Thank you..

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

14:35 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I believe it's of the same title is, I think it was an Atlantic monthly article that became also the, the basis for maybe that maybe the Dustin Hoffman often movie outbreak two, but it was it was based on that notion of the escaped Ebola virus and what happens if it suddenly gets into the mainstream of society, and there, again, just to say, because you brought it up earlier and I wanted to mention it, there's Julianne Margulis as you said, in the NBA narratives, it's the women, the renegade women doctors. And the detective stories it's the hardboiled, you know, stand against the power structure, shaking, his fist to the world, male detective stories, but they lot of ways, they sort of parallel each other, and that's interesting. I didn't really make that connection until I heard a couple of breaks ago and the clarify the article by Richard quest and came out in the New Yorker in New Yorker. Okay. I was thinking about a real likeable outbreak in reston, Virginia. Right. And that, that's the crux of it was that it was a strain of a bowl of it was heiress alive which meant that it could spread in the air, which is not how he Bola normally transmit. So it made it highly highly dangerous. Luckily, the strain, they had rest in only affected the monkey and so able to be contained, but that was sort of the first only able outbreak on American soil. And so when the article was published. That got a lot of attention. And then he got Richard Preston got a book deal. And the book version came out in nineteen ninety four. And he also got a movie deal. And what's interesting is that it has taken until now for that, that becomes something that they were trying to make it into a movie. And they knew that they had to compete with outbreaks and outbreak went into production. I like they were like racing outbreak went into production before the script was even finished and because outbreak got into production I they basically pulled the plug on the crisis in the hot zone movie, and then Linda oaks, and really thought has been trying to make it as like, you know, a mini theory limited edition. Whatever you wanna call it for years. And now it's finally moving forward, and I think it's fascinating it's going to air on National Geographic, and I don't know. They try to get it this debated somewhere else, and that was sort of all, they could get all I know is fascinating because they've been trying to get this project off the ground literally since nineteen ninety four. Well, thank you for that. That's really my question. And, and yet I think what was interesting about outbreak is why I connected the two was that I thought what they did. I remember when the article came out. I forgot it was New Yorker. And I read it with great interest. And I thought it was cool with outbreak. It was almost like the movie outbreak with us often was almost the sequel because it was all about what, what happens if the monkey who has it had gotten out and was biting people. And then blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, that was. Trivia real fast is that we'll thank Peterson. The director was offered both project. He was offered the crisis, a non aren't even offered outbreaks and he took outbreak because he said, quote that you can tell a better story with section. Yeah, that's interesting. Well, then this is a fictionalized version of hot zone where they're making it clear jar. Let's just pick it up. We'll start with Michael out of wildcard line in Greensboro on coast to coast AM. I don't even know where we're going Michael. So just go ahead and take over from here. Okay. Cool. Well, first of all, thank you for hanging out with us on this Memorial Day weekend. So you know, we're not at the beach. But that's okay. Anyway, I wanna talk about anyone mentioned, Charlie's angels tonight, because that was such an iconic show about LA female detective. So that's true. Where does that fit within your theory Dalia? We actually we mentioned them earlier, because I running can steel, and the idea of the that male figurehead, you know. And so we never made this show is called Charlie's angels. Right. They work for Charlie. And so, but you never say Charlie, he's just the voice, but the panic behind Charlie's angels, that they are three women who wanted to be caught and they went to the police academy. And then they were basically put any sort of demeaning and unchallenging jobs in the police department. And then that were sort of, you know, Charlie with them away to work for him. But I think again, it goes back to this, I deal where it's okay for have women working in teams. And that what you see in Charlie's angels. And you see that in other things, too, with, like the snoop sisters or the other like even like the babysitters club. But there's one of those youth young adult novel things where there was a group of girls who are solving crimes in that way. Interesting point to Joe who's in Long Island, east of the Rockies coast to coast AM. Joe? Now, if you look at I am legend, as opposed to night at a living, which was more set in the world, like the woods, well, Pennsylvania type of setting it seemed like they were showing that this elaborate infrastructure boats. Cars, helicopters one no match for the Santis high tech standoff couldn't withstand the onslaught and correlating that with people from night gallery, where he morphed back to more of an ape like the evolution creature to the surprise of the students the idea of the survival of the fittest comes more into play. Okay to go with their deli. I can tell you that I am legend was the inspiration for night of a living dead. So either. Correlation between those two movies. But at the same time, what's kind of intriguing about that. Is that part of the rural -ness of night of the living dead, was due to the fact that they didn't have much money to shoot with? It was all driven by budget. -sarily by concept west of the Rockies. Todd is in Vegas on coast to coast AM for Dahlia Schweitzer Todd. Hi, an eight calling in reference to the show chips. Right. That was kind of a detective. But again, no, those are those are police characters though. Right. So they're not outside of the system. But you do I think you get points on that because the home motorcycle what's been the lone wolf, you know, on a horse solving crimes and highways as opposed to in the city. And so they're out on the writing the range, you know, as it were the concrete range on their iron horses. The fact that you have to do. Private is never going to have a do. Right. An equal duo on top of that, as opposed to a main character in psychic, which, which brought me to what originally when I called for John from Nebraska, he was going to talk about Charlie Chan, and I find that character very interesting for both from the site kick aspect, but in a way it was kind of its own new are. Here's Charlie Chan, who's sort of maybe, again, even the alternate outsider, the racial, other the cultural other. And he's solving crimes being completely discounted as not even being part of this society. I mean so it wasn't just an outsider in the society. He's not in the society, and like the double layer of outsider and that also seeing devil in a blue dress, where the reason easy Rawlins tired for that. Visit case it's precisely because the color of his skin. Him to go where whites deca tan. Have you ever seen DO a the original deal way? No, you're talking about. I don't it's a famous new are movie. Right. And it's about a guy who has to solve his own murder. Why he's been given a dose of poison. I'm reading about it right now. It's amazing. I never it's a great movie you can buy, you can find it on YouTube. I think it's like they'd be in the public domain, but it's everywhere but watch delay sometime. Because I think in a way you have it's a version of the loaner detective with nothing to lose solving his own murder. So in his own way, it's sort of say this. It's sort of like the loader detective zombie. You know, he's, he's a living dead man. He's a Walking Dead man. And he's, he's racing against the clock to solve his own murder. I think it's a it's an interesting intersection between those two stories. Anyway. First time caller line. Jack is in Wisconsin on coast-to-coast, Jack. Yes. Good morning, thanks. I wanted to bring up a rubber veep Parker's detective Spenser lived in Boston and appears say of the exact opposite social structure of the west coast, attackers. And one of the interesting things about Spencer was that you could read the book and follow it along on Google maps, because Parker us all real locations for his book. Oh, that's great. Didn't know that. That's awesome. Dahlia your thought on Spenser for hire. I know that Spenser for hire in similar in sort of the private. I said to Raymond Chandler's Marlow. But obviously he's in many ways. Very different. Right. I mean fact that even is in a relationship like a functional relationship and handsome, handsome, any s former top, I believe, right? So it's it is kind of interesting twists. And also, I think the east coast, west coast. Variation is also fascinating. Vinson Utah on coast to coast AM, and we'll get as many as recanted before the top of the hour for Dahlia Schweitzer. Go ahead, Vincent. Hey, it's good to hear your Backman. Thank you so much appreciate it. It's fun to be back. I hadn't heard it mentioned, if it has been college is the drowning pool. Paul newman. That I know them dead pool. I don't know drowning pool. Yeah. The drowning pool grab it. I think it was a little risque for the time. Yeah. It's it's very good. Then kind of fun PG thing PG series from eighties heart to heart. I thought was pretty. Yeah. That's that's more romantic comedy as his anything else. But yeah, good one. All right. Andrei? Is in Hamburg on coast to coast AM at a wildcard line for Dahlia Schweitzer. Go ahead. Andre. Yeah. Time. A couple of. Commend his younger. Hambur my neighbor. Great school Bong in Monaco was on lunch. Break him and his partner, pull the van in front of us and. Open the door in grant my neighbor in pull us into van the. Playing up to them. Let go. Up a tree and just yelling and. But was any within 'cause I think it was. Get dental too. And you a dental chair head up. Crazy. Going into to go to punk shows every night I take the bus would brick and up with the real Richard, you, you know it was him. Oh, yeah. Absolutely absolutely. Did you know it was Richard Ramirez? I didn't. At the time at caught my real picture you like I know that guy from the bus. Yeah. And be rocking. Talking about chat, chef. One stop before. And I often thought like, wow. Mike on the same bus stop or not. Done our yell at my stop you talking too much. Talking about people and Nana get he was the actual killer. He got in Boyle heights. The pictures on TV maybe like, basically grabbed them and gave him over to the police Andre. I'm going to stop you there. But your audio is coming in and out. So I kind of missing some of your words, so thank you. That was creepy enough for their. Great story. Let me go to Michael and message uses on coast to coast wildcard line, Michael. Hi, thank you. I just wanted to make a suggestion then as for vice..

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Based on the true story. I believe it's of the same title as I think it was an Atlantic monthly article that became also the, the basis for maybe that maybe the Dustin Hoffman often movie outbreak two, but it was it was based on that notion of the escaped Ebola virus and what happens if it suddenly gets into the mainstream of society, and there, again, just to say it because you brought it up earlier, and I wanted to mention it, there's Julianne Margulis as you said, in the NBA narratives, it's the women dot the renegade. Women doctors. And the detective stories it's the hard boiled. You know, stand against the power structure, shaking, his fist to the world, male detective stories, but a lot of ways they sort of parallel each other, and that's interesting. I didn't really make that connection until I heard a couple of breaks ago and the clarify the article by Richard and came out in the New Yorker in New Yorker. Okay. I was thinking about a real life people outbreak in reston Virginia. Right. And that the crust of it was that it was a strain of a bowl of it was heiress allies, which meant that it could spread in the air, which is not how he Bola normally transmit so made it highly highly dangerous. Luckily, the strain, they had rest in only affected the monkey. And so it was able to be contained but that was sort of the first and only able outbreak on American soil. And so when the article was published. It got a lot of attention. And then he got a Richard Preston. Got a book deal and the book version came out in nineteen ninety four. And he also got a movie deal. And what's interesting is that it has taken until now for that, that become something that they were trying to make it into a movie. And they knew that they had to compete with outbreaks and outbreak went into production. I like they, they were like racing outbreak went into production before the script was even finish and because outbreak got into production. I basically pulled the plug on the crisis in the hot zone movie, and then Linda, oaths and really thought had been trying to make it as like, you know, a mini theory limited edition..

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

09:28 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, it was Doris day during those periods of time. And you know, the thing is I I sort of like some of those old silly romantic comedies that she made the pillow talk with which is right. And then Tony Randall, and then they went onto lover come back, and then send me no flowers, and of course, now you watch them now. And you realize I just say this objective rock Hudson was was was gay. And you're sitting there thinking, okay. You know, he's playing the romantic lead. You get the impression about what a great actor guy. Must have been in that case Doris day. Say also, I think my favorite role Alfred Hitchcock fan, and she was in the man who knew too much, which nineteen fifty-six movie with Jimmy Stewart. And that's where they debuted the case arrives raw won the Academy Award. Okay. Here's the other door. Stay piece of trivia. I'm a huge fan of the graduate. You've seen the graduate Dustin Hoffman and Bancroft Katharine Ross all that stuff. Do you know the Doris day turned down the MRs Robinson part really Doris day was their first choice to play. Mrs Robinson, the and Bancroft role. You know, the woman who's the older woman to seduce me. Mrs robinson. Yes, she was the one that they offered that role to and she turned it down because she found the script to be vulgar and offensive. She passed on the graduate and actually her last feature length movie was I think nineteen sixty eight so that was the last movie that stuff, but just I mean, just an incredibly talented performance all who just pedal, very interesting kind of life. And and really if for movies and stuff, and it tastes kind of changed in the late sixties where we went from the romantic comedies like send me no flowers stuff like that too. Some of the more hard edge type stuff she kind of fell out of favor. But you wonder if if she would have been MRs Robinson that is opened up a whole absolutely for good or bad for good or bad. But yet doors day passed away. I remember she used to have a TV show. You know, she used to have a TV show that ran on CBS for handful years. I think in the in the seventies and things like that. So she dated Ronald Reagan. I did not know that. The wealth of the issue. She she delta she she dated Ronald Reagan at some point in time yet the door stay show. Yeah door she appeared doors, stay show on television show as well seventy. So can you say doors day sales? She was just an incredible performer, and I say as big a star as you can possibly imagine. There is a report out of the journal sentinel has a big story on this. I want to offer a comment on the headline says Republican party maxed out credit card racked up six hundred dollars in monthly interest. As it tried to save Scott Walker. What what happened is there after the results of blast year? Lot of lot of soul searching and the Republican party about you know, was there something that could have been done that that could have turned the election around could Scott Walker have one could Brad Schimmel of one lot of lot of internal soul-searching was going on. And I will tell you when when people asked me about this in. Formally. I just always said, you know, it was just it was going to be I think difficult your Republicans because of the Donald Trump effect. Now hear me out for minute with you love, President Trump were don't he's a very very divisive force. And I think one of the things that happened in twenty eighteen and you saw this Wisconsin. And you saw it around the country is you had some extremely motivated democrat voters in this case, it was constant it was in Dane county, and to a lesser extent in Milwaukee county who ran out, and these were the people that we're going to run through brick walls in order to vote not so much. I think four Tony Iverson, but against Scott Walker because they wanted to send a message to Donald Trump that we're upset with you to an extent it was the same thing. I think you saw in Wisconsin in reverse in two thousand twelve when there was the recall election, and you had a lot of again pro Walker voters who are willing to run through brick walls to vote for Scott walk. Walker when that recall was going on. So history has a way of repeating itself. And I think that was and continues to be the overarching problem that Republicans in Wisconsin faced in two thousand eighteen now the Republican party decided, and I think Ron Johnson US Senator Ron Johnson who kind of the driving force on this though to take a big look at party organization. What were we doing? What was being done etcetera etcetera? And I think one of the there's this report that's out there, you know, one of the conclusions is that Republican operations in the state of Wisconsin became very very top down. In other words, it was some respects the Republican party outsourced its operations to the Walker campaign and the Walker campaign heavy with consultants and advertising and things like that getting away from the grass roots? The you know, the turnout operations. You know, the boots on the ground that actually motivate people to get them out. I think I think in some respects that might be overblown. But it's no question. It was a factor. You saw last April in the supreme court election. The fact that the conservative candidate surprised a lot of people everybody thought he was going to lose. But you had this incredible grassroots effort that got out people got to the polls and the conservative candidate ended up winning. So anyhow this report that's out there. I think does ima says a couple of things it says first of all that the Republican party got away from the grass roots? And I think that's true. I mean, do do you need advertising? Do you need you'll campaign strategies and messaging do but you can't do that at the expense of again, the the volunteers the people who are showing up to knock on the door bells and put the flyers on and things like that. And I think the Republican party kind of lost its. Way in that regard. The second thing that comes through in this story as well. After the election was over the Republican party in Wisconsin was essentially broke and actually kind of in the whole because they had spent all their money again trying to win the election to me. This is less of an issue. I have always said this if you show me campaigns or political organizations or whatever that after an election have this huge amount of cash that sitting around I'll show you political campaigns or political parties that aren't doing their job. I mean, the idea is okay, you're supposed to spend the money to get your candidates elected. Now in this particular case, it didn't work for the Republicans in two thousand eighteen just like it hasn't worked for Democrats elections before that, but but you do spend all your money, you shouldn't in my opinion, be running surpluses after an election ends. And you know, so what the Republican party has been doing apparently fundraising to try to pay off the debts. I'm. Less concerned about that. I want to have this. I'd say this to Republicans or Democrats, I want to have the party spending the money, the big uptake on this though is you know, the fact that you cannot forget grass roots in this is a message both to Democrats and Republicans that the way you win elections. Yes. You need the fancy TV ads. And yes, you need the fancy radio ads, and yes, you probably need the mailings and things like that. But you also have to recognize that there's nothing that beats a strong grassroots organization, you know, in particular counties with dedicated volunteers who are going to be working twelve and thirteen and fifteen hours a day calling their friends calling their neighbors banging on doors and making sure people get out the vote. That's how you win elections in Wisconsin. And it's an object lesson for people who are going to be involved in political campaigns over the course of the next eighteen months. You want the consultants you want the fancy ads, but don't forget grass roots. And I do think to an extent to an extent the Republican party Wisconsin lost its way. And I think that's what this conclusion says. And I think they're not gonna make that mistake. Again. This is Jeff Wagner WTMJ. Don't go anywhere. Jeff Widener is back, right. After this one. Does everyone know about the number five there are five basketball positions? Yet, five fingers and five toes. Sure. 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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:08 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We're talking sucky movie. More. Specifically moves that you are just hiked ac- you thousand great. And then just not we're just kind of this. Okay. But like, really bad. And our own news guy, Ricky, no just weighed in with a great one bobbled spoiler. I'll save in case. Nobody else has that as their favorite, but yours or your favorite bad movie. Seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred of the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. Hey, Scott, your first up a movie, you thought was going to be good and man was bad. Really bad. Every Jim Barnum. Keeping the voice slinky dog story. Yes. Sure. Eighty in the early eighties commercials for dairy as burn burn. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. Well, great new movie coming out called doctor. Although in the riddle of the gloom being. This was so bad. He played to character the villain. Big good guy was Austrailia, but Begay he'd so I will baby with a giant human head and. It was a human hand growing our top head. Here's the deal. Scott. Like, I mean, everything uses Grimes screams to me this movie is going to suck. And you went in thinking this was going to be good. Hit save earn. He's a funny guy. I get it as funny. So I went to Catholic square saw with to the friends line. We were the only three people in the audience, and we'll be lasted one week. That. Yeah. Yeah. Thanks. This. Don't you? Remember those movies like Ernest goes to camp and earn? They were prison or whatever the hell. Sure about that one. Hey, greg. How you doing buddy your your favourite worst movie? All right. So if you've got a movie thirty meters down, and it got many more in it harder. Citric go out and get this rickety boat. They look at sharks, disrupt decay, and they get stuck on the ocean. And it was it was annoying or screaming and crying. And I'm like man I never rooted for short. Jill. Very that. I was going to be bad. And it was good. It was the greatest showman. My nine old. I'm gonna watch you know. It starts. It's like, I realize the musical. But it goes on and goes on. That's a really great song by the end of the movie like watch. But you know, Greg, my wife mate. Well, she let me watch it with her one time and actually is pretty good. Pretty good. The musical numbers. Jackson fan or and jacket waiting for the call. That's a movie speaking to his point. This is gonna be one of mine. The demon barber of beach street with what's his name, Johnny Johnny Depp. So that was a movie, and this is the height of his power. He can do no wrong all his movies sleepy holiday. It was amazing. And I want to see that not knowing it was a damn Museau. Yeah. I said down in the first three minutes. Oh my God. But I hung in there. And I wish I had terrible awful. Sandra worst best worst movie of ever Zied back which you'll your Roberts. It's only been out. They maybe the end of the year horrible movie horrible, and they hyped it up with the previews and storyline. But it made no sense. But what again, I'm sorry to catch it. That's okay. Then is that then is back back at the story about a young man who walked through the opioid addiction crisis. And it to meet wasn't realistic it in the timeline of it. It was horrible. But boy, did they suck you in with the previews and. You know, just a few clipped here, and there it was horrible. And really hated the way it ended. I won't be a spoiler alert. But it was a horrible movie. Sandra? Do they take the best parts of the movie, and that's it? Hey, Mike, your favorite suck movie of all time. Wow. I won't way back now guy, and you probably will never well, you weren't there when this happened. But it was like the first rated movie came out. It was midnight cowboy. I was just by fourteen years old and all the hate and all the the controversy about this movie. Oh my gosh. To see it didn't even question. My age rate in no problem. It was the most boring. I love John Boyd. I love Dustin Hoffman. I'm telling you what I love these guys that movie was so boring and horrible and to this day. I have no idea. Why was rated you know, what? And thanks. I it was X rated. I remember when I was a little kid 'cause everybody was talking about. It's x Ray traded. Yeah. On TV a while back. I like why is this movie? She more than that on for sure TV show. Hey, mark. What's going on? With you, buddy. Hey, how you doing good? One open water. It starts out pretty good. I mean, you think it's going to be okay. I mean the girl in it's really the blonde knockout shows her naked start now. And then they go on this boat. And they go scuba diving the boat leaves in the next hour and a half. You're just waiting and nothing happens. Say it's a to store. Well, how do you know, they both get eight? It was the worst movie ever saw in my life. Same thing. Two. Enough to want you. Hazen? See I. Mark. Hey, Bruce, the crappiest movie ever seen. That's a movie that starred Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren and river, Phoenix. You would think. Great movie. Called the mosquito. Coast thought. Yeah, we we saw. On his company event somewhere. So we didn't pay anything. We walk down wanted our money back. It was. A star studded that and then just like you said before I remember that movie being out. But that's the very reason. I go to see it because everybody was talking about. How Bennett sucked because that's when Harrison was at the height of his powers, right? And no it's pretty boring again. That thing other people like, but I had so hyped up height of his powers Daniel day Lewis movie, there will be blood. I hated that movie movie too. Good as I hated it. Hey, tim. What do you got buddy? I agree for the same reason. These really have a tied for the same reason because I was told by everyone how great this was. And I'm sitting in the movies. I'm wondering, I guess I just don't get it the two I'm thinking of our Brokeback mountain and Pulp Fiction, I just did not I did not live up to all this hype. That these were two of the greatest I think people that anything Jarrett chino does is just cool. So you just gotta like pay your money and sit there and be he'll thrilled that you're watching tarintino movie. But both those movies. I just thought what was the hype? I just don't get going. That's it. Thanks him. Now, my partner of yours speechless right now. Because we're both giant fans of Pulp Fiction. Now, I understand Brokeback mountain is a little slow. And if you know Ryan. You don't like the topic at hand. Then you ain't going like that movie. Vixen fiction like it's. Maybe if you go in I went in I saw thing. And okay, this is pretty good. I didn't think it was the best movie ever. But some people think that maybe you're you're disappointed. But God see I'm on a few people that were Tarantino fans, I didn't like Reservoir Dogs on that much. See parts of it that were good. But again any of his movies past death proof. I loved death proof that movie, by the way after that inglorious bastards hated it Django unchained hated that movie. Was what was the what was the last one? He made the going across the prairie and a stagecoach. And all these people are stranded in this. Hateful. Eight eight. I did not get that movie. Really? Yeah. Big time. Seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T move. They got a lot of hype. You thought you were gonna like, and you just didn't like it, Bruce, you one of those robbed us rob does Bruce. Kony? Wanted to give me a paper cut in Berlin. I know I know, but it was funny. The other day, my wife is asking me something about the traffic. She goes. But Bruce said, and I go. Oh boy. Got a couple of IT. 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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"So I loved reading the book I've known Mike all little bit over the years says great to read the whole story on not as much of a cinema office you but kind of amateur is or interest in in the history of the industry. So that part was interesting. But the takeaway from sort of an entrepreneurial perspective and a VC perspective as the line between success and failure. And how thin it is. So one of the things it's incredibly compelling about the book is when he tells the stories behind very successful, very famous movies and how they barely got made. And how much roic effort by both him his, you know, his business ya and certain directors producers actors writers that actually made these epic movies, and how most of really shouldn't have been made or wasn't working to be made and went through years of purgatory. And I felt a lot like startups that it's only the heroic efforts of a handful of individuals that make the difference in creating these companies that we now think of. Sort of God, given and of course, the world's gonna have. But the movies these are most of the most famous movies of lost fifty men Jurassic Park, the credibly controversial that nobody wanted to make and that he had a through like just Cureton acidy put together and pull together. And now is the most impressive sort of take away from the books. I didn't really know that history. Very well and had to realize how similar the movie production businesses to our business. Yeah. The thing I liked about it too was trying to think about the structure of how the agency's worked and their role in the ecosystems. And this must not have been lost on you either. Because we've both been on both sides of the table as founders and investors, and he really thought, oh when I worked at this other agency, it was every man or woman for themselves. And then he said, no CAA is going to be a team, and we are going to so overperform every client, and then not only going to overperform we're all going to be working as one for the clients. We're going to bundle our clients together. And so they know, hey, listen drastic park is Spielberg plus Crichton, you know, Dustin Hoffman..

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Seven nine six four five. KFI AM six forty. More stimulating talk. And welcome back. Our final segment with Ken Grun back as we talk about demographics. And we'll get to your calls as well. What do you do? Next, ken. What's on your plate? You know, I live in airplanes, and I live in five star hotels, I speak they speak to somebody audiences as a broad spectrum. Very very brushback the one I'm having fun with now is the plastics industry versus the paper industry because plastics, obviously in the crosshairs of environmentalist. And then papers thinking, oh boy. We we get the business back. Remember in the movie the graduate? He walked up the Dustin Hoffman and said, plastics. Yeah. Right. You kidding? The largest show that I ever spoke out was was in Orlando, one of the plastics. It was the largest show in the history of the world, plastics whereabouts. From Florida do you live? I live in Bonita springs. Where south west, and it's it's gorgeous. Thank god. You know, I'm down here. Learning how to be a senior citizen takes a little work. You have enjoyed doing this. I love it. I love it. Because you don't to close part about it is is is doing stuff like this doing this show. I mean, I love this. I am having so much fun. I'm not going to sleep in our callers. Just love the subject matter to you know, it's so I tell folks that you cannot write a strategic plan if you don't know the size of your audience. What what are you thinking? You you need to.

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"D E. L two seven nine six four five. And welcome back. Our final segment with Ken Grun back as we talk about demographics. And we'll get to your calls as well. What do you do? Next, ken. What's on your plate? Well, you know, I I live in airplanes, and I live in in five star hotels, I speak, and they speak to somebody audiences a broad spectrum very very broad spectrum. The one I'm having fun with now is the plastics industry versus the paper industry because plastics, obviously around the crosshairs of environmentalists. And then papers thinking, oh, boy, we we get the business back. Remember in the movie the graduate? He walked up to Dustin Hoffman and said, plastics, plastics. Yeah. Was it was he right? Are you kidding? Largest show that I ever spoke at was was in Orlando, one of the plastics. It was the largest show in the history of the world plastics whereabouts in Florida. Do you live I live in Bonita springs? Wear on south west. And it's it's gorgeous. Thank god. You know? I'm down here learning how to be a senior citizen takes a little work. You have enjoyed doing this. I love it. I love it. Because you know, what the coolest part about? It is is doing stuff like this and doing this show. I mean, I love this. I am having so much fun. I'm not going to sleep in our callers. Just love the subject matter too. Yeah. Well, you know, it's so I folks you you cannot write a strategic plan if you don't know the size of your audience..

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In Ray is also one of them. He never struck me as a method actor he had a prosthetic eyelids glued over his own eyes. So that he could not see a single thing. Oh, my goodness requiring assistance to help him on an offset. You're kidding experience. According to this right up on digital spy was so traumatic that FOX suffered panic attacks and claustrophobia which held up production after six hours of being blind. You lose the sense of Holly person is physically he said of the experience. Dustin Hoffman for Kramer vs. Kramer, Halle Berry. For jungle fever. Oh, no kidding. Shaya Lebov for fury and the necessary death of Charlie countryman? Well, he's a wild card, isn't he? Yes. Yes. Shaya Nick cage for what movie? Birdie? You're right. What is birdie? Question. I don't recall birdie. He was pretending to be a Vietnam war veteran with severe facial injuries. Wow. Okay. I could see why he'd feel like he had to do that one of the measures that he went to involve having some of his teeth pulled out gays without anesthesia. Federal down people. They were baby teeth. He told the telegraph. So I took advantage of it and had them out. Without an interesting dimension to the role. He also spent five whole weeks both on set and off with his head completely wrapped in bandages or bandanas. So. It's important to remember that some actors though, we appreciate their work are bat poo, Craig Craig. And.

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"dustin hoffman" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"dustin hoffman" Discussed on WLAC

"Out on us. The Greeks say, no thyself, the message Delfi this idea that you in order to understand the world. You must first understand yourself. I think this is tremendously important and was trumpeted in the sixties by the few who could say talking about you know, who was really turned Donald switched on in. The sixties is is interesting because one of the things I wanted in the book was to give the voice of people who are not part of the party. There's an amazing scene in a film called midnight cowboy made in nineteen sixty nine with John voice. Dustin often, great movie wonderful movie and Oscar winning. But this is an incredible scene is centred sixty nine which again, people might think would stop it. Here's these two guys really town on that luck living identing had any luck living in tenements on on virtually no food or what they can grab and they invited to a policy like the Andy Warhol factory and to get there. They have to have they give him a pass. I would just handed to them by a couple of supermodels as we call them that. And they go up the stairs in this place. Release the door opens and Blimey there's the sixties bubble is on the wall and people smoking dope. And and and and women in incredibly futuristic clothing and Dustin Hoffman who's basically wants to be a pimp. Cock like get together. You know, he thinks what is free love. That's not gonna make any money, and he walks and in a way, the sixties was. An invitational thing you're either in.

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