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"elliott gould" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

07:18 min | 2 months ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"No prison sequence. That's amazing there was flashbacks to a lurid image of being slammed against the wall and rape. That's it. There was not one bit in david's original script was about the nature of what had transpired in the prison. That had changed him and when we sat down and everything he's the best david is the best and he and when we talked for a long time about all these things he lit up and he was like. Oh my god dude. Like let's fucking go. Let's go and and he said to me he was like let's tear this thing apart. Helped me out. I wanna make it. I want to do with you blah blah blah. And he said just one thing is. This is my first script. It's really important to me. It's a career making moment for me. Whatever we do. I don't care he goes right. Do whatever i need this. You know this is my script. And i was like and i literally put my hand out. I was like dude done right. I it's like all i want to. Let's do much audible done. We worked for like months and months and months together every day. Him writing me writing doing these things. We worked on that and turned it into the thing we wanted to do right. Yes we wanted to do. I would no more betray. David like the rules engagement with us. I want to say on renders. I remember you literally said i remember. We're standing outside the country club. We're the first scene with with you. And matt and the in the long Craftsmanship driveway thing. And and you said if i can find something funnier. I'm going to try to say it. If you guys want me to go back to the script. I'll go back to script whatever and it was like. Hey and like. I say i think there are. There are five or six lines in the movie. That i know david i didn't write and i'm so fucking happy that during the movie and then the rest of it is exactly the script that we wrote and but but the thing is the thing. Is that unfamiliar. Projects was having his new line. We start making a movie with tony. Tony told me told me in. David i have no i. I have no experience with narrative literally whatsoever. He said i'm a. I understand the moment. He literally savings like. I'm a photographer injured in a moment. And he he used to say. I leave that to you guys. I leave that to you guys. I he goes. I think this is fantastic. I know what to do with this. And for all of tony's like what does he did he great. You know it's amazing for a great is a great sense of things. He wanted to use the photo. Sonic cameras on turn and he had. He has like amazing visual instincts right but it was to such a degree on that film that he he would pull up. He would pull up in his car and take. What are we doing today and we would say. It's the scene at the table. With beverly liangelo and elliott gould right edward. Rehearse it for a while to get it all together and when you're already call me right. And then he would go do phone calls and i would rehearse essentially like act like a director rehearse the scene and then we would go get tony. Tony would watch it like an audience. And then he would go right. Great amazing amazing. Don't anybody move. And he would run around. Set up lights. Put the camera on his shoulder and shirt and shoot it and we would and this was obviously an orthodox and we were all young and i remember thinking well. This is great. We're we're all a team where we're this is unorthodox. David are working on the script. I'm sort of handling the the staging of it. Tony shooting it. But tony was tony. Throughout and on into the editing he was a person of great emotion and on many occasions he wept like would he would break down in tears and he would give me a hug and say i have never been this supported i have never had and if i can just i just wanted to. I've never had a collab-. I've never been supported. I just want to jump a slightly ahead. Because we have to end soon. And i just want to say i'm going to deep into this. No no you're not. Because here's i wanna jump ahead because i saw the cut that you had to work from because i was there i wanted to say like the thing about the rap about you in this way and again as someone who's made movies with you and then been around a bunch of them like the cut that exists of american history. X is because of what you did in the editing room. And i know that not because you told me but because i yeah you showed me the cuts that existed before and the cut that you know what's important to just say because i objective also lost people. Don't even understand like tony commercial editor. Who did this really gonzo cut. Nobody can make heads or tails of it. Tony got a little insecure. Whatever tony went off to shoot a commercial it literally in the middle of the whole thing and the whole thing was sort of flat line literally. No one knew what to do and i got on the phones and called around. I didn't go in and and cut it. I i went. I i went in. I did some stuff to reassemble stuff. They're trying to into a more full-throated away totally almost like a script assemblage right just so that so that an editor would know what we had to work with. And i went and got jerry greenberg. Who won the oscar for the french connection kramer versus kramer apocalypse. Now that literally. Those are his credits. I got that guy to come in and work on the movie with me and tony. Many times in the course of that process tony wept and said to me like you know like i've never been supported and everything and i had great love for the guy like he was he was a very. He's very figure and everything. But but you weren't serving your. I just wanna say watching it all you wanted. I remember you show david me that original cut and then later cuts and you're like tell me like you were so open you being told. Here's what we're going to be. We we went through this whole thing and everything. Tony went through Tony went through a struggle. To make a thing go he and he and by the way. I am not saying that critically but it's also one of the things people. It's like what has happened since then. how many. How many films has tony completed since. Then none and i think he's a great artist. I actually really do. I think he's a like a great conceptual artist and a great thing. I witnessed him go a personal struggle to complete a thing of course to complete a thing to let it go extraordinary talent. He captured that. That's it it's a real incredible go and what happened to save. Yeah what's happened. Yeah is not an argument between me and tony. What happened is tony. In my opinion he struggled to let it go. He struggled to do what. Francis coppola says an abandoned. Your film like. Don't you don't finish it. You abandon it..

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"elliott gould" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

06:42 min | 3 months ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Many of you Went over there on the patriot and We have Three different levels. One is the five dollar level. Gets you the keys to the and you get all of the archive and everything was posted. Just this last week. I did I always post I knew orange couch day episode. From over ten years ago i just did the Red light recap. We do with miss movies from over ten years ago. That was a fun. One Some horrific things were said By you that made her very uncomfortable and upset sound familiar. It was pretty funny. She kept asking. I was the i was. I was helping along suggesting you had to do with you. Spitting on your hand was really awful really we used to be. We're much more edgy. Lordy back then. It was a different show different program but we used to torture porn movies on the regular but anyway so you get the keys of the vault for just five bucks a month. This is true patriots. When i did a phone call with them a couple of years ago. Now she Kind of scolded me and said look you give too much for what you for the price that you charge. You need to break this up. And i said well we're not doing that. It's just a bit said. Say that we can't we can't call key to the vault and just give them parts of the volt so big everybody you get everything from the five bucks actually have a two dollar level to which you don't really get anything extra. We never really followed through on that. If you wanna controls for voting on which movies we're going to see but that was ready for the pandemic and we didn't end up going to see movies together and it was a twenty five bucks a month. We'll get you what ryan got. Which is after six months. You get sinus. A movie like within reason and we will watch it inflict and so far rouge every movie you've been assigned and of course say within reason only a couple movies i can think of that. I'd be like i'm sorry. I'm not gonna watch earthlings. I'm not gonna give you nine hours to watch show. I'm sorry i can't do it so those two movies. I think that i would just say no to everything else. Fair game so ryan did this for six months. And you've got to assign us a big fan of show that you assigned to us and then i would just it would be the torture as it is a look at the holocaust Through the survivors is also interview a bunch of nazis from back. I believe that that's a look. I will one day. I like to think want one day. I will and then finally are big. Big level is the fifty dollars a month level and after six months a fifty dollar level. You get a sinus a topic a top five and you'll get submit yours to be on the show and anyone who gets either one of these Whether it's the sign or the topic. I always make it a point to talk to them before record so i had a nice conversation with ryan yesterday. He lives up there in the canadia up in canada my home to my homeland stop. It stopped besmirching. Kindly asking you not to be smerch. The nation that is canada brian And please he was actually in the middle of remodel it was remodeled demo action. He's doing the back splash in a kitchen because he owns his own business up there bryan any He he does a does a. He fixed the redoes. Your house remodels. Thank you remodels. Jesus chris he has watching movie called the silent partner. Brian ticket away partner is in nineteen. Seventy eight film directed by daryl duke. Pretty sure he was a clansman possibly grand wizard. He only directs. The guy's name david. David daryl duke is a canadian man who only four films this is. One of them written by a young curtis hanson Do you know that guy saw that in the credits. As i was watching the movie. Starring elliott gould. Christopher plummer susannah york selena gomez a young john candy Speaking of canadian wasted. He didn't do much at all. He was very much a one note background character. He hooked up with the With the attractive lady. Yeah he he was well. I wouldn't say skinny. John candy by no means skinny skinny ear Came to know seventy five percent on rotten tomatoes. This is streaming on amazon prime louisette anderson. This is low deaf grainy. Oh deaf low death. It's shot on film back in the seven. That's right. I've seen seventy eight. So i i love that. It's comforting than it reminds me of movies that i grew up. I really liked that. Look a film and especially if it's guy thought pace sierra. I mean i've ever been to the eaton centre where this takes place. Most of this takes place. You haven't been canada. have you really not know. Of course i had been eating center. Toronto all toronto. I spent a lot of time in eating center. Nothing western every. Don't get every summer every summer. I will go to the old eating eating which is in this mall. They used to have banks. And that's right. you still going to break bash. There was brian brank band bank branch. A couple of things elliot car dealerships in the mall. I remember going to the mall and they'd have car dealerships right in the middle of all. They're backed by the way they got the dealership at the soccer absent. That's been there for us gauche bullshit. It's actually more of a showroom. So elliott gould First off he looks a little bit like he kept. Reminding me a sasha baron cohen that's very anti semitic anderson the senate he looks very much like and there's something about him in this particular role that reminded guy. I think he's more confident than we're normal than we normally see him. Have you thought about having the talk with atticus eventually. Someday you know you're gonna have to sit down and explain to him that elliott. Gould was a huge superstar. Leading men in hollywood was wondering. We're going because i'm about to do a video on the birds and the bees with atticus. Oh that's a it'll be a red herring though. Okay let's talk to them about actual actual she's like you should do like awkward voiceovers or you're like us charts it actually tell us i'm gonna come in and then love. The man lays down with the lady. I'm not doing a simpson's bet. Brian do it. But i was wondering where we're going to sit down. Sit down and have a conversation about. I'm not going ever do that. We'll come that will be wasted point. He's going to be confused. Daddy i love movies like you love movies. And this elliott gould person he was he was a big star. He's he's looped back regressed he wants to watch blimpy again. And he's wildly disturbed. As as am i that libya no longer. Blip blip has gotten to the point where he went out and hired a new blimpy. And now there's a new blimpy doing the new blip. He's just like blimpy doesn't look anything like blake. Brian and it's kind of fox's you're a little bit it does and that's upsetting a child because you come to rely on your lippi whenever that is and all of a sudden you're is knowing your icon. I'm probably ruining them. But i keep saying that's the same lippi. He changed he morphed into a different personal. Because you stop watching him. That's what happens when you don't pay attention to him when you don't pay attention to stay change..

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"elliott gould" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

08:16 min | 3 months ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"Until nineteen ninety-five when he died Other than that again. That the best. I've got i think maybe realize realizes not related to them but i wouldn't rule it out either so we might be back to money laundering that sets long short honoring. Yeah stephen paul. If you're listening who's your mom. We know who is and we know who is dad is we just don't know who is mom was married. To between the years of nineteen seventy in nineteen ninety-five. We even know that it's his his dad couldn't keep it up with his mom. Cry is actually this. This whole story is a great way to introduce the first movie that we're going to talk about because stephen paul and and part of the place where this like. Dorothy koster ives. Paul thing comes from is. There is an article from the new yorker in the nineteen seventies about stephen paul. He was Quite the vindicated and he was a celebrated teen playwright in new york city. And that's kind of how he found his way into hollywood at a young age and he was allowed to direct this hollywood movie with real. Ask people in it and a very young michelle pfeiffer called falling in love again and this is a legitimate. Studio film is scott people in. It's it is now part of the reason he was allowed to make. It is because it was self produced and self funded so he took three and a half million dollars a family money which i don't know what that is in two thousand twenty money but quite a bit and for some fucking reason decided to make falling in love again in Nineteen eighty nine hundred. Eighty right just one thousand nine hundred and the reason. This is odd. Is you gotta remember steven paul. He probably wrote the screenplay when he was like i. Nineteen or twenty years old even the younger rag. This movie released when it was like twelve years. Yeah yeah he was. He was a baby. tiny teenager. heine teens stephen. Paul directing elliott gould susanna work and michelle pfeiffer in falling in love again which is a period piece that partially takes place in the nineteen forties. And then i guess it would be like the nineteen seventies new york bronx and it is about his father played by elliott gould and also stewart paul as a young dad. And it's the story of. It's about how his his dad like he found his dad's memoirs and this is about how his dad like wanted to be someone and be something and then he fucked it all up but maybe not But it's weird because really the whole film centers on elliott gould. Being a loser piece of shit who fox hookers and yeah. I don't know if you've found your dad's secret diary that said boy. It sure was cool. Like boning thousand hookers. This past weekend. Can't wait to not be around my wife. I don't know if i'd make a movie out of that personally. I don't know if you guys have any other thoughts of that jake. How much did you love this movie. Oh my god. I couldn't tell you single thing about s- movie just such a non entity like i was hoping gould would at least carry it because like you said i love elliott gould from his period in the seventies where he was with. He's starting like all these great robert altman films and then he goes and he does this and he's just He's you know he's cast at sea without a liferaft. There's there's nothing year there's wants to be like this multi generational prestige picture that tells. This man's continued story. Valley met this woman and fell in love and we see this goes back and forth between their older years in the younger years. But just not a single thing in this sticks at all. It's just it's so lifeless and it's it's really trying to be something but it's just so. Do a filmmaking. I like my mind just turned to mush. Was watching it. This was insane. Lifeless is a really good word to use. Actually and part of the reason why. I've been kind of like mulling this over in my head. I think stephen paul as director slash writer. He may be my least favorite filmmaker just because like some people. I feel like if you make a movie. That just like looks like shit and his bland and lifeless. But it's almost like at some point. You have to stumble onto something interesting accidentally but i have never seen something more stale in my entire life than the collective works of stephen paul. There's nothing here and he. He works as kind of a cinematic black hole just sucking all the life out of everything anywhere near him. And that's how you get these movies. That have all these incredible people that are just doing the worst. Like least compelling shit. It's it it's phenomenal even michelle pfeiffer who does super early integrated this is like one of if not the first movie she ever did and just seeing her on screen. She's like this radiant beauty. Who is doing the most ridiculous fake british accent. I've ever heard my entire life and somehow the movie makes her a just boring and unsympathetic. So great job. Stephen paul did the business. I mean so as you mentioned. Stephen we're talking basically about a teenager. Apparently gifted teenager which is the worst coined. Frankly not not anything wrong with them but being labeled gifted is is usually not a. It's not a help it leads. You down weird. Pats and this is a weird because this is basically a nineteen year old or whatever making a movie that is about two things. It is a nostalgic recollection of nineteen forties the bronx and about the failing of a forty year marriage on around thirty to forty year marriage. He's nineteen he doesn't know anything about all either of these things he couldn't possibly so he's just cribbing mercilessly from other films putting together thing what would happen. And he is so clearly off zest with the concept of the correct film. Because it's a very kind of well made film in terms of there's no glaring errors. It's not like any scenes edited in a weird way. This jesse was missing coverage or the scenes. The is all for anything. It's all very well made. It is just overly lifeless. There's no there's no artistic inclination or vision here. And i and i think this is the path of stephen polls entire career. All the films discounts. Stephen paul has no cinematic voice whatsoever. I d- i don't know why he makes films. I don't know what compels them to make them. Because he has nothing to offer the medium in a way that and i guess leaving up against that he has enough money to sand down the coroner's that what make someone that alterly- own interesting somewhat interesting. You know most people who are like this who are just making movies for themselves. The it becomes weird 'cause they financial issues and and barriers and they have to. They have to base. They have to compensate me improvise. Stephen paul doesn't appear to have do all those things and the result is just as deadly flash film.

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"elliott gould" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Retired U S Navy Vice Admiral John Bird is joining us on the cocoa news line line. Thank you for joining us. Thank you. Good morning, and I love San Diego. Great Navy town. Well, it certainly is. We love it too. So for those who don't know, how did the poppy become the international symbol of remembrance? That's a great question. So during war war want Canadian Army doctor watching his one of his fellow soldiers being buried in Flanders field. Noted that among the crosses, red poppies were growing, and he wrote a poem in Flanders Field, and he said the poppies blow between the crosses row on row three years later. Near Michael's. A US professor wrote a corresponding phone. We shall keep the faith and she lobbied him was successful in making the poppy and 1921 A symbol of remembrance and was adopted in the U. S and by the UK across the British Channel will so on a day of remembrance in the US it's Memorial Day in the British Commonwealth. It's on November 11th You wear the poppy. Is a sign of remembrance for those fallen men and women who gave their lives for us. So the poppy honor wall is generally on the National Mall in D. C. But of course, you know we're still sort of in this this pandemic in between worlds, So this year it's gonna be virtual. That's correct. So in 2018 and 19, The first time we took the poppy wall up to the National Mall, right next to the reflection Pond at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial, filled with 645,000 synthetic piece, 133 ft long But, as you said, because of the pandemic, we went virtual last year and again this year, and you can visit it at poppy and memory dot com next year. We're hoping the backup on the mall and still do it virtually so more people can participate and dedicated poppy. All right. Give us give us that website again for people who want to take part. Sure Happy memory dot com A puppy in memory dot com. You can learn about the poem you can learn about the history of the puppy. You could learn about the wall and Memorial Day and you can dedicate a poppy Someone you know who gave paid the ultimate sacrifice for you read about and you can do it right there on that website. Well, that is awesome. John Bird, U. S Navy vice admiral retired senior vice president at U. S. A. Which created the actual poppy walls, and we feel like we should mention that. Thank you so much for your time. And your service, sir. Thank you was an honor and a privilege to serve our nation and thank you all so very much. All right. Thank you. Coco News time. 6 15. The Friends Reunion. Special lands on HBO. Max Long awaited friends. Reunion Special is finally here. One year after was expected to arrive on HBO Max. The program will feature all six friends Courtney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa could Roque Matt Le Blanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer revisiting their old studio lot. Losing each other. Rachel wrote Ross a letter and demanded he read it before they got back together. How many pages was that letter 18 pages. Gang will also get together with some old friends and making new ones. With Tom Selleck, Elliott Gould, David Beckham, Cindy Crawford. Justin Bieber and more stopping by with James Corden hosting a live panel discussion with cast so earlier. You and I were like, maybe we'll watch it. Maybe maybe we won't Who was your favorite and least favorite character favorite had to be, um Matthew Perry's character, least favorite, Ross, I just every time Ross was on the screen. My eyes rolled back in my head. I hated him. I think I'd pick Lisa Kodro. Yeah, she you know you might have a point and least favorite. Ross Ross e think it was probably you know, he did not have the comedic chops that the other missed it. But he did have a couple of moments that I still right where he's trying to get on the leather pants, and he's sweating. Okay, that was hysterical. And when he's yelling, pivot going up the stairs with a couch. There were a couple of things, but overall, I thought the others were orbiting. Others were much funnier People. Yeah, right. Maybe I was watching. Yeah. All right. Here are the stories Trending 1/9 victim of those San Jose shooting died.

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"elliott gould" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on Z104

"Yeah, I feel like a national In the ocean. Crazy morning soup presents beyond the sea Celebrity dirt. This probably won't surprise you. But Prince Harry wanted out of the royal family years ago, And now he doesn't really uncomfortable talking about. He was on decks, shepherds. Armchair expert podcast talking about what it was like growing up in that family was in my early twenties. I was a case of like, I just I don't want this job. I don't want to be here. I don't want to be doing this. Look what it did to my mom. How am I ever gonna settle down? Have a wife and a family when I know that it's gonna happen against beginning that way from their family. He also talked about how he met up with Meghan Markle when they were first dating women that she wanted to come spend the weekend with him. They would meet at a very secret, but yet very public place. This time, the Meghan and I met up Heard to come and stay with me. We met up in a supermarket in London pretending that we didn't know each other so text each other from the other side of cloak and dagger. People looking at me. Give me all these weird looks and coming up and say hi, Whatever it was that Texas is just the right one. She has no you want parchment paper. I'm like, OK, where is the watch? But now we know the keyword to staying over at Harry's place is parchment paper. The friends reunion special. It's gonna happen. It's gonna Aaron, HBO Max on the 27th of this month. That's two weeks from yesterday. So all the cast is back together, but that's not all. In addition to the main cast, the show is loaded with guest stars, including Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, BTS and People who have appeared on the show. Reese Witherspoon, Tom Selleck, Elliott Gould, Christina Pickles, Cindy Crawford, James Corden Kit Harington Mendik Ailing And most importantly, Maggie Wheeler, who's Maggie Wheeler? Oh, my.

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'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

Z Morning Zoo

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

"Found out what we know about the friends. Rina special Here's got a trailer yesterday. That was kind of like the first real trailer for it Seems like we've been waiting 18 years. For this thing that happened. It's finally hitting HBO Max on the 27th of this month, so that's two weeks from yesterday. In addition to the main cast, the show is loaded with guest stars, including Justin Beaver Lady Gaga. BTS and other A listers that are stopping by for appear in the show include Reese Witherspoon, Tom Selleck, Elliott Gould, Christina Pickles, She played up Monica and Ross is Mom and Dad. Cindy Crawford. James Corden Kit Harington, Mindy Kalen Walls to be a part of it, and so will Maggie Wheeler. Who is Maggie Wheeler, this lady? Yeah, Jess from the original of human friends fan, you know exactly who that is. And

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"elliott gould" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Republican Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska warned constituents of a blue tsunami blaming the president. Hundreds of Amazon workers poured into downtown Seattle Saturday to rally for paid time off to vote more than 6400 employees have signed a petition urging the company to take action. Amazon being the second largest employer in the country, behind Wal Mart. We really think they have just large responsibility to take care of all their employees and make sure their employees were ableto participate in this election. Wal Mart is giving its 1.5 million workers up to three hours paid time off to vote. Starbucks is offering flexible hours and a $75 credit for a lift ride to or from a polling, place or ballot drop off. And now it's time for your weather forecast a cloudy day around the Puget Sound with some occasional showers. Eyes will be in the low sixties. Right now it is 56 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Alec Downing for election coverage. It. Updates local news and opinion. Download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio here for what's next. It's Sunday morning on CBS News Radio. And here again is Jane Pauley. We're in conversation this morning with Oscar nominated actor Elliott Gould. He's talking with our men in Hollywood, Ben Mankowitz for Elliott Gould, all the world's a stage even when that stage is a backyard patio in Los Angeles. To be or not to be. That's the question Gould is rehearsing Shakespeare, whether it is nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows, But he's not playing Hamlet. He simply decided.

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"elliott gould" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"Or good cooking good cooking takes time. Let's call it that. So reading this quote from Frederick P Brooks Jr. As I recall he said good cooking takes time And if it takes time, it's in order to make it better to make it please you more so good cooking takes time. Right? Well, what are you cooking up? What do you work long? It's going to take some time. Now. I'm a master of making a lot happen in just 90 days. How do I do that? Well, I use what we call constraints management. It's based on the work of late doctor l e gold Rat in it. We've got some rules of thumb but they're basically Common Sense our stuff if you had the time you or I could figure out on our own but we don't have that kind of time. We don't take that kind of time. We can't apply enough Focus. That's one of the areas where the late dr. Elliott Gould route was simply brilliant. Yes. He was Brash and I would suggest he's a genius. Although I don't know that to be a fact. They said I'm recall that in my memory banks hit the moment, but he feared he figured stuff out. and so if you're working on something expect it to take some time, but plan plan your work plan and what if you shot for accomplishing something in the next 90 days. Okay, let's say that you've released a mobile app into the wild and you're trying to get acceptance. Maybe you want to sell advertising you want to make money you want to sell subscriptions off. We have to users. Once you have some amount of users then it attracts more users. Right? It's like momentum. So let's say you had a goal have one. I want a thousand. Let's say I want ten thousand users, which it would be great. If you could get one thousand reviews five star reviews on your application whether it's in the Apple Store Google Play store or both but that'd be a worthy goal..

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"elliott gould" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Korean War yeah hi it says that is what I think it was the Vietnam War I thought it was too now it's as follows a team of doctors and support staff stationed at the forty four hundred and seventy seven mobile army surgical hospital well in South Korea during the Korean War in nineteen fifty to nineteen fifty three don't make sense because match the movie gosh I was a kid I mean that was that was Ellie Gould Donald Sutherland and what was the the female lead yeah oops hot web later suit suit sort of an instant I could see your face to but the movie was like nineteen seventy seventy one I think yes and then the TV series came after nineteen seventy two the movie was seventy two not that much this TV series nineteen seventy two okay all right we have a seventy okay so in a calmer pile ran sixty four to sixty nine wow that was it Loretta Swit yes I just left yes your hot lips is the TV show which on the movie too yeah yes she what was Allen although in the movie no so he was on his on the TV show yeah Ellie Gould who is the other Jamie Farr was in the TV show yep not the movie I don't think what what can you think of anybody else other than illegal I think because the TV show maybe was bigger than the movie out for sure and was on a long time now I do yeah you think of that the TV show but I know down there Donald Sutherland Elliott Gould were the two main Tom Skerritt yes he was in it Robert Duvall I don't member Robert Sally Kellerman reddish Sally Kellerman lips the rest what was the T. V. address it was a team alley Kellerman Roger Bowen David Arkin where the starring members of that show which kit which character you look thinking up I was I was thinking of website hello this is Sally Kellerman yeah those daily yeah N. as a as a young Rick Lewis one of the most memorable scenes was when they got her in the shower they lifted the curtain off our water in the shower yeah I was memorable for young while the other okay yes Elliott Gould was trapper John John Reid Tom Skerritt was Duke okay and radar in the in the original movie tell radar was a prominent radar was Gary Burghoff but that was on the TV show not on this on the TV on the movie it says Gary Burghoff okay so he recalls yeah radar I didn't know that huh you sure yep looking at the wikipedia for the movie in fact Chriss calling to testify in support of Kathy on this Christmas morning yeah that is actually the fact that I thought those were two of us on an upright ten twelve years ago when I had some downtime check that out so yeah I thought that was pretty interesting you were a big your big mascara yeah you know growing up I mean it was on every night right you know I I just before you go to bed and watch it it was a relatively you know something you can watch with the family or your parents or what have you done that kind of thing so that I watch probably every night growing up is on every night still on me T. V. right around well it's right around when they play Andy Griffith and Goldman Sachs yeah Allen is on every night so Dale Ishimoto was a Korean doctor and mash the movie okay okay about us a Korean female came at what is ho John thank you Chris I was Kim Atwater Korean I don't that's what it says you played it this one played a career yeah she really was she really Korean I don't know who came out with as the soccer up yes No that's why David Carradine playing right well he plays all those right right but what we'll do yeah but it that we here he played he played an Asian he played a Chinese character right income flow yes yes because Bruce Lee actually wanted that part but the you know they they can give to him because they they didn't think a real and an actual Asian person would that you could sell that to the American public so you forget about those things growing up right you just watch kung fu here's David cared hello John is actually a guy's character played by Kim out would which I don't know okay it must be a man yes and it says that Patrick R. G. R. K. played ho John in the TV series and he looks Asian is that Karan body looks Asian I'll try to find the the Korean actress there was a Gomer Pyle in I can't find her anywhere because we need to give her some props cabinet records back but I think you key I I did watch the credits to see who she was with you case on okay Y. U. K. I. this would be useful how old would she be she while you are there by now should be a key issue moda there you go we founder yep Yuki Shimoda is he still around let's say you know what else to do I'm interested Carter's adopted Korean daughter dies but not the little girl he remembers that's what it says okay but is she still acting and you want to try to get on the show he kind of interested I'm looking here at Austin what she looked like back when she was twenty received well true but I want to give her props for being maybe the first career female Korean to appear on a American TV show because I can't think of another one what we were we were maybe where you can sure motors a guy you yeah come on get a dad that was a dad well here we are hockey much interest in U. K. as a guy yeah Zaki her in real life that's it all right we'll finder I'm finding you can sure motors guy he was on.

"elliott gould" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"For actress Sally Kellerman eighty three he played hockey Houlahan and director Robert Altman's nineteen seventy movie mash she was also Rodney Dangerfield English professor and back to school quick side note on the movie mash I guess you would call it method acting there is a scene in the mash movie again from nineteen seventy and what's hot lips goes to take a shower and she goes and you know and they got to like the big tarp around it because it wasn't like they build stuff in Korea during the war and then Hawkeye and trapper John Elliott Gould and Donald Sutherland and the rest of the camp gathered around around it in the in the scene and I guess you could call it method acting Sally Kellerman actually went in to the shower naked and the scene asked and all of a sudden the Tarporley covering around the shower dropped and everybody in the mash unit was sitting around in chairs and Qatar naked is she freaked out what was interesting was that Robert Altman did not tell Sally Kellerman if that's what they were going to do yeah I know like what went on in basic instinct yes and he did it just so he would get a natural IB adds role or on natural I guess reaction yes genius directing genius correctly president addressed the nation yesterday about dinner time more on that after headlines traffic and weather president.

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"elliott gould" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on The Industry

"In June of Nineteen seventy-one things were humming. Along for the Brodsky. Gould production company Brodsky was Jeff Brodsky. Movie Publicist for Twentieth Century. Fox turned movie producer. Product served as a publicist for the infamously troubled shoot of Cleopatra in nineteen sixty three and this gave him a front row seat to all the problems on set. And the Liz Taylor. Richard Burton Affair. Which would be the subject of tabloids seemingly forever Brodsky. Parlayed this information along with another publicist Nathan. Weiss into a successful book called Cleopatra Papers. The book was basically just a printing of their gossipy. Back and forth memos of the goings on set but the public was eager for Liz and Dick Gossip. Aided UP GOULD was actor Elliott Gould and in one thousand nine hundred seventy. He was a big deal he had a string of hit. Movies was on the cover of Time magazine. And was named the Star of the year by theater owners Brodsky. Gould had a number of products on the table right out of the gate an adaptation of the bestselling novel the Assistant. They'd bring the play little murders to the screen with French sensation. Jean-luc GO DR directing and they had a picture with Woody Allen lined up and in June of Nineteen seventy-one filming would begin on a glimpse of Tiger with Gould starring in the lead within five days after filming began Gould fired. The director terrified is co star and found himself out of work for nearly two years. My name is Dan Gatto and today. We're taking a look at this brief and troubled production in an episode. We're calling five days of the tiger. Welcome to the industry..

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"elliott gould" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on KGO 810

"Power hour all those things that will eventually just consume the hell out and then you've got some really notable actors who are kind of also on the periphery like a Holly hunter and you haven't seen her yet knowing how to. yeah what's that guy who plays the senator will who is then and there this and that and they wait wait wait wait this is because it goes to work for him and he's a really liberal senator one where the tape is a photo of his **** online. it could be but I am and I haven't they haven't shown his face yet just the same as. did today actually show them yeah it's a like apple sold for. you must have been like multi tasking and washing dishes you know I I was probably ready to go to sleep by the I don't know yeah and I can't remember who this guy is and I wish that I had that down. Tate to him yet and I don't know who the senator is somebody like Elliott Gould but I don't think it's Elliott Gould but he's kind of that he looks like Elliott Gould so it's kind of that sort of guy yeah you know next week after I wanted more since and show succession were supposed to watch succession in succession you know it's really it is an addictive programme and it's got absolutely hideous hideous of people I'm so hideous people yeah what is that say I know but it's entertaining and we love it yeah and we love it we really love it I can't wait to see another episode and I think it it's on Sunday night okay you know what but listen let's move away from that and I'm gonna figure out who plays a character and let's go to ad astra this is the new Brad Pitt moon yes or Brad Pitt saves the universe no that that's right. insufficient description of what I think is a major motion picture Pat it's a very special science fiction film stars Brad Pitt who portrays this astronaut who goes into deep space from earth to the moon then from the moon to Mars and then from Mars all waited Neptune ins from talk radio Eric Bogosian oh sorry what it all got you place lease so well that just occurred to me that I'm sorry go ahead..

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"elliott gould" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I'd like to apologize and i'm not going to sit here and pretend like i've never heard like what bud blog. What is the. What are those two words together. I've never heard of that now. Not gonna sit here and do do that. Yes i've heard of but bucks. Yes i have a membership and bud blood of the month club. Yes i own a chain of stores throughout the united hi to states itself but yes i have many of the molds of the prototypes lebron brought over from parts of asia that i use to make my own when bud blood yes as you can find me oftentimes in the plug museum which is in rochester minnesota by the way not new york. Yes you uvira curator about buggy. Yes i admit to all that into blocks. Hardly so your home plugger ansi the powerful stuff and the winner is gay henchmen. Oh wow wow we've got. The plug. Curator would be allison's having a hard time with that <hes>. I think the a hand kademi is gonna vote. Yeah yeah wow. That's why you have to do the awards. Dos old white guys yeah yeah. They're out of it. Let's keep <hes> <hes> keep pushing on next most uncomfortable moment. This is always my favorite and the nominees for most uncomfortable moments are sunny and the money sunny high sunny the other day when you came to the shop with daddy eddie and daddy was counting his money on the table daddy's missing some of his money and i know that you took some of that money and daddy needs it back o._k. Don't lie to daddy sunny fan. I'm not daddy's missing money from the table and daddy needs it back by a question for you know when you put the money money in the white yeah. Did you look in there. Did i look look in the white envelope. Yes yeah. I missing that semi on other place where you took all the other your money. I looked all over and i think maybe by mistake. You may have taken it with you so i need you to find find it for me. Okay i'll try and find the mounting gate cookie. I'm raising the or all gays. Is tom now daddy's angry. I want that money back. You understand me all right now. You go find it. Where is it go. Find it right now by. Where did you hide it. I didn't hide his dad. Find it. Give it to mommy. Go find it. Go find that envelope and give it to mommy okay county. I counted hearing beyond what listen mommy. I think off tell till i i don't know podcast elliott gould interview elliot. What do you think is. How do you feel. How's your health talking to my my health is fine. Thank you good yeah you. You get nothing spilled. Yes i know it. Would you like some water. Would you like some angry. You'll try may agree. That's gotta get him out of his shell by the way you think you're wrong around out of the show. This is you out me. Wow that i've seen u._b. So dynamic actor oh. That's that's doc what what what now that's a good point here. <hes> let's talk about this. <hes> acting for for a moment to talk some more yep even more than this yeah watch the oscars just and <hes> i noticed that a lot of the actors didn't seem to want to go to rehearsal know about rehearsal. Oh you mean when they were dancing. No not well when they're dancing dancing a little bit but when they do the oscars they go. Hey could you come out on thursday and do like a rehearsal..

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"elliott gould" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on KGO 810

"You know, I do think the streets of San Francisco, I didn't realize he said, you know, maybe many won't realize this. I didn't realize they're not pressure washed. I didn't realize that they're not regular crews coming through and sweeping these streets, and some kind of substantial way there is a little bit of a misconception because you see the power-washing happening, but those are being done by building maintenance people. And so they only go so far especially like like our building. I come in sometimes in the morning and thrilled to see the sidewalk being pressure walked. Yeah. Yeah, normal you just turn right at the first poop, and then you go left at the needles to the elevator. And then you're you're in follow the stream down the hill. And there there's your office, by the way, Larry King. It was reported. A heart attack. I guess you wanted to cardiac arrest last week, and they did go in and I think they were able to put some kind of stint in or call it. It was an angioplasty angioplasty. Yes. They opened up an Andrei, according to TMZ that he may be going home actually today. So this has been going on since Thursday. You went into cardiac arrest after having a heart attack. And he's apparently been having breathing difficulties for months, but apparently the procedure was successful. And he'll be able to go home soon. He thinks eighty five is eighty five and he's married. Do you know how many times you've been married? I'm not looking at it, you double check this. But I think. Please check his say first of all he's done something. That's remarkable. He's married and divorced the same woman twice which is in itself. I think kind of a move, you know, right? I think Elliott Gould did that also. But anyway, Larry King in addition, and you count that marriage and divorce. I want to say it's been married. Eight time. That's right. Yeah. Congratulations. Oh, I mean, look the heart wants what it wants. Okay. And now that heart has had a little bit of a flutter, but he's really done. You know, that's a guy who's lived life all the way in in trying to find out who is currently married to a little difficult because all the names come up. So he was married to the Miss Universe or miss. She was miss something. Sean king. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Right and show. And then, you know, listen, he's he's lead a life with a lot of controversy. I mean. Personal controversy. But he's a brilliant broadcast in, you know, tremendous interview and all that stuff. But obviously, he's you know, he's going through some health issues right now. But at eighty five maybe that's just the course of things, but anyway, Larry King, apparently as read says, we'll be going home, and they having performed successful angioplasty on him expect him to achieve some sort of recovery. We'll keep you posted. When we come back. Pat Thurston joins. We'll find out. What's going on on her show next? Mark Thompson on K G O eight ten. Hi, I'm RIC Edelman, and I have a feeling that retirement is on your mind. You're wondering if you've saved enough or whether your money is in the right places, you're wondering when will you be able to retire or will you be able.

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"elliott gould" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Your insurance, and you live in extra seven seven eight years or something it's not bad. I have a theory about that. Which is that's a little insulting. But that's never stopped you before. Well, just a little. I'm up on stage burning calories and my wife right now. Oh like into spended animation all being Denver over the weekend. Burning some calories. My is kinda hang with the kids have a certain amount of life force, and you're just whipping three years faster. Yeah. Yeah. Stress. You know, what I mean too much travel too many too many early mornings too many early coal times for the great Elliott Gould. This is excellent for the people that are just listening in their cars. Believe me. I could descend we had Willie Nelson up here. And they'd be like. That's cool. Yeah. So I think you burn yourself out. I think guys I think I think the burn themselves out. I don't know. I don't know there's a biological thing. I think guys, and then you end up doing things like smoking and drinking and stuff like we just need to find some really lazy sedentary guys and find out how long they got him dad. How's he doing? He's sees one. And he's still going strong. Yeah. No, I explained to my dad and his kind of terms as I could the other day that he was like a a kind of a crappy car, but with almost no mileage on it. You know what I mean? Like, if you took a shimmy chevette and just put it up on blocks in your garage in nineteen Seventy-three. It's still a piece of shit, but it's brand new prince pristine, he's still has that new human smell. Yeah. He's not a good model. You know? He's not he's not a Ferrari or corvette. He's a shitty model. That's almost brand new because he's never been driven like in the in the snow. How do you take that Nuth? I told him he was why sort of told me this low mileage lot not a lot of days on the roof working out in the sun. Not a lot of super stressful business meetings..

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"elliott gould" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"All right. We're back Kristen geo here with another super ultra mega classic clip. I will never forget this day GO. This was a live show that we did back in two thousand thirteen at a restaurant atom used to own a mouthy. We used to go there every week to do live podcast, and we had a really great audience that would come in every week. And for this particular episode, we decided to bring in Elliott Gould. Without having having previously guest on the show. This is Adam Curle show. Ten twenty four Elliott Gould Alison Rosen Brian Bishop from February twenty thirteen now with Eliot had probably came in studio. I this probably would've been a lot different. Or if he'd just been booked in studio and Adam Ray or somebody else have been booked for this episode, it would've gone a lot different. But had that happened. We wouldn't have these choice drops that came from this very bizarre interaction Adam has onstage with a mostly quiet Elliott who chimes in cage Nally and in this section. We have a lot of the drops that are famous. Adam will now do that reenactment Embiid. We're Brian play the drops and Admiral to say stuff, the only other person they did that with was Isaac Hayes with his insane morning show interview shortly before he died, so it's a little creepy. But this is this is the source of all those drops. When they let's ask Elliott Gould. He thinks this is where it comes. You know, women you guys never bring up that part. You know, it's a lot of complaints about where we get seventy cents dollar. And we're held back and we. We're we're got hormonal issues, and you know, what about the part where we die almost a decade before you do anyone ever want to bring that up. That's a perk. That's a perk. Davin ovaries. Is it not the extra ten years? You get to spend on a fucking planet spending our money that bad, right? All the breaks. Yeah. I'm just saying rarely comes up you get a break on.

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"elliott gould" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Maybe were nominated. That's even worse. Maybe I got that wrong. Tell us about to have not won the The. battle. So many things we wanna ask you about. We want ask you about Eddie cantor too. But we we don't go in any order here. Joel is you see it's all very schizophrenic. Did you when you were doing buffalo Bill and the Indians did you like working with Altman? I loved it. Yeah. Yeah. We never knew we were doing. It was all a lot of improvisation because he gives actors a lot of rope. Yep. And that's how it gets written. Really, you know, this kind of cut a guide, and then everybody improvises, and he takes the best of it. Yeah. Cuts. They said during mesh both Elliott Gould, Dan, Donald subtle in at one point wanted to get him fired. Because I guess they weren't used to working that way. Okay. Let's call them. Did you spend any time? This is completely off the off the off track. But did you spend any time with Pat McCormick while making that movie just looking up to him? Yes. Yes. Because he played I'm trying. Remember was Grover Cleveland? Yes. And he was seven feet tall. Yeah. Yeah. He's he's sort of character that comes up a lot on this show. Yeah. And you liked working with Paul a love. Yeah. Just great. Yeah. My god. What a what a movie star and Olivier Sino? And I read my notes that you love Peter Laurie. But you also love delivery. Did you get to spend time with the Livia when you meant seven cents Aleutian? We didn't have any scenes together Amit, but my character was very Peter Laurie. Yeah. Yeah. Stein. Yes, Lewin style. Now that I think of it. Yeah. Yeah. Lies low. Peter Lawrence real name was l- like his name was last Lowenstein who Pete a lorry that true. Yeah. And that's where they got loeven Stein. Interesting. A could be at posits. Yeah. His name was last loan Steen. Oh my God. He came over on the same boat as your Boba. Yeah. Learn any from your. What I wanna do? They was also I think she taught me another expression that was I think it was our shin in lake men in red hair, which means they bury people who looked better than that. While that's a good one. I read that you like to learn something every day. I know you have. Lori came over on the same boat with what's the great director of troppled slang for its lying. They came over on the same boat. They escape Germany together. What do you think for its? No. You tell me. Man on a swing is a fascinating movie. I wanna tell our listeners people people listen to this show to our surprise, Joel. And they like when we recommend movies and Gilbert is recommended the swimmer Frank Perry's movie thousand times, so we're going to recommend another Frank Perry. Movie man on a swing. You're very good in it. And and Erie, and you have you have the difficult task of presenting the sky as as very strange and eccentric putting but he also has to be credible and ordinary an ordinary. I love the way your shot with the white shoes. Coming down the stairs to I want a love. I love your entrance. Good is. Yeah. Good stuff. Good film and people should see buffalo Bill and the Indians to because your fun in that and Paul Newman's fun in that. Yeah. He had a blast. Yeah. That's that's an underrated movie that people should see and Remo Williams too. Because it's because it's a scream..

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"elliott gould" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"elliott gould" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"And now, we're just so normal knows like you couldn't even save to the segment you see that's like what happens and then Jade town changed in ten Anna chain in town. Boom, Jaden Tanna so Tanner's Jade's holding her baby. And she's like, it's like, you never know how much love your even capable until you have it and Tanner's just like pinching her arm, really hard. Guys, we saw you on marriage boot camps. You're not fooling anybody with the we know those tears because he beats you. It's this was a depressing part for sure. Yeah. All right. So let's skip on by that. So then. I mean other other stupid. It's it's someone much filler. Yeah. Alexis the dolphin. And then another rude Kasese. Like, do you know that dolphins for the only animals other than Colton than enjoy sex for pleasure? I don't know how that made sense. But I probably. It was no. 'cause it was worse than that. Because she was likes like unlike Colton like they actually said for pleasure. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I wrote whether dick, but then I read it back, and I was like that's not so bad. Then we have nother Rando dude who proposes to his girlfriend, not the pregnant one. And I was like, we don't know. Either of these people is this posed to be like engagement porn. I mean, it's bad enough that we have to watch the people on the bachelor get engaged when we've been following them for ten weeks. Now, we have literally no back story. We're just supposed to be like people are people haven't even gone through hotness test. Okay, fun facts. I should I care. That's another one. You don't wanna marry 'cause he's like. You know, after I lost you then I realized that I couldn't live without you. That means he probably cheated forgave him. And then he's like, you just make me want to be a better, man. Which is the biggest cliche ever. He said nothing real in that except that I'm an asshole. And you make me want to try to be kind of better. So Mary me gross don't marry him. But then we're supposed to see that. They're happy. We don't know anything about these people. Why do I care that? They're getting married. I don't know. I certainly didn't so either. So then Chris acting like the God of the of the so he's like, well, you know, this welcome welcome back. It's well, look at wells and the first limos pulling up soon, and if I've done my job, right? Colton is gonna find love like that. You didn't book one person on the show? You didn't even write a single one of your lines. So be quiet pres-. But we do get a sighting of Nick he's like Nick you've been cold shoes from ably literally because they're all poor. So what do you think? And I just wrote make us turn to the Elliott Gould like how Nick age twenty years. I know is so bad and he's full full on with his Carol Channing voice. He's like, well, you know. It's like, I know feels I blacked out when I met Andy's. What is wrong with you? He's been dragged through life on his face. Why is he still talking about Andy? Yeah. That's terrible. Why is he even there? Okay. So then okay. So when it's limo time, and Colton they show Colton he's putting on like this like his good suit. So somberly like there's been a death in the family. Did you notice that like so kind of sad, and then even get his jacket on his arms are so big as?.

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