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"erin fleming" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

06:35 min | 2 months ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"How many songs were supposed to be in the show. You were supposed to sing. What lydia or lydia. I must be going This song that grouch. I forgot what it was. I love you in the world is mine something. Yeah i can't think of the name of it. Right and maybe four or five songs. And i cut most of them out and he went along with you but then he he would say i. We wanna put lydia back in said. I can't sing author. So finally he took the show to broadway and I was in it. And then i said author the mind if i do my version of the show without any singing and then i still did it occasionally for fifteen years in different places. Every every few years. I did in boston in florida i would do. It and it was a introspective. More of a comment on what comedians life is. Like and hour and happy groucho was and how entertaining wasn't how he made millions of people around the world. Happy but he himself was not that happy so that was the show that i wanted to do and i finally got a chance to do that. And and what was your relationship like with groucho. I met him a few different times. First time i met him. I had been on the merv griffin he had Seen it and i wanted to nate. Now's allegation in los angeles and he recognized me. And i i went up to him and he knew me which was surprising and he said to the guy who was with this is Gene kaplan and he was very funny. Did a bit about old people on his aiding game. And i thought it was hysterical and i said well thank you Graduate but my name is gabe. He said i'm going to call you gene. And i said okay i'm gonna call us up and we established You know like. I thought that he was my friend that i was hoping to to run into him again. And the next time. I released the record comedy record and i got a summons groucho. Marx was suing me and i had no idea what he found. So offensive record and the record was what eventually became. Welcome back kotter about these guys and that they insulted each other and we called it ranking know other people call it the dozens. Oh yeah and it's kids insulting each other on the street and there was one kid who was the champion rancor and this kid from philadelphia came and not only could iraq but he could do it while doing impressions so one of the impressions was groucho marx and he would insult the other kid and say I understand your mother sat on the washington monument Last night and it wasn't enough you know and and and grout so heard this and he filed a lawsuit that wanted. The record stopped and i talked to his lawyer and i said you can't be serious about this. And he said well he is. He says a lot of people so i can i set up. Can i set up a call for you to talk to them. And maybe apologize to do something and i said. I'd love to talk them in. I met him and He said okay. Here's his number call him. He's expecting it to call. So i called him and he said you remember. We met nate. Now's yes. I remember. But i never done anything like that in my life. I would never say anything about anybody's mother. I said i understand. You would never say but it's not use saying it it's supposed to be you know try and and if it makes you feel any better I only did that on the record. I don't i don't do that anymore. All right you're not gonna do it anymore. You're not. I said no i won't do it anymore. I promise you it's. It's not something that people really got upset or think badly of you for. Is it all right. All right and he dropped the lawsuit. And the next time i saw him was when he came to Welcome back kotter and everybody is so funny. Everybody has different recollections of what happened that day we did a reunion on You know nick at night. And marsha said that groucho is supposed to dance with our when he came on this show which would have been hard because he could. He couldn't even move. So i don't know who's going to and i heard what evan ear on your show. Yup talking about what i remember is it. We're talking about. Maybe he would do something and he came up to me and he says you know. They want me to do something and i said. Yeah but what are you gonna do. And so you know one idea what might be. I'm sitting on the bench outside the school yard and your back to the audience and i say As long as waiting for the bus let me tell you about my uncle. And i do this uncle joke. And he's gonna joke. You're going to do. And i told him the joke and i said after i do the joke you say. That's the worst joke. I ever heard my life turn around. Everyone sees his groucho marx. And they scream and you say that's the worst joke ever heard in my life. He said well that's not going to be hard to do because it is. The worst joke ever heard island and then erin fleming for a lot of money. I think ten thousand dollars and they weren't going to give him. You know they were hoping to do it for free. And but he was ready and he was excited about doing it while we never got it like dealing with their in. I was gonna ask the same thing. What were your impressions of erin. I didn't deal with her The producers deal with her. I just dealt directly with groucho because i kind of knew him a little bit and we were going over the bit and what. He was going to do what he's going to say. So i didn't have any of that relationship whether they just came and told me i remember seeing her there but they came and told me it's off. He's not going to do it. And everybody was so disappointed. And she wound up being homeless terrible.

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"erin fleming" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

05:33 min | 4 months ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Craps with my shack. did win the mgm grand. He was a real crapshoot. Oh really was around that long for that. That hotel was the point. I was working there and he was just there in vegas vegas. I don't want upset. Hello how are you i. I've seen you answered. Hi myron how you doing. Yeah losing as usual is a big gambler. Yeah but so. Alan king though. He seems like he must've been not that. I mean he must have been pretty young when you're seeing them. Then what like. What about like some of the older guys. Like the i mean you seem to have a similarity in style to groucho damning. Were they important to you. Yeah grab show. I love the movies. But i also love the television show right right right. My father liked to show so we used to watch you. Bet your life right well. He was so quick on. I mean that really where you saw the organic personality of his mind. Yes yes yeah and I remember he took over the tonight. Show yeah for a week from johnny from johnny. He's one of the intramuros right just like now. They have interest on jeopardy. The so is between jackpot. And johnny carson steve allen before jack bar he was before jack jack parr was good wasn't he was good. Yeah he was really good interview and he was kind of controversial he would do little things that Odd yeah yeah and He got fired. he got fired and groucho. Groucho was one of the hosts. Oh do you remember. I don't remember but crowd so they okay. Wasn't that great that point. No so ninety s sixty two and. They expected him to be as funny as he was on. You bet your life. But he wasn't because he had to talk to people. And i'm you bet your life. He was talking to civilians talking to civilians but the material was written of right where a lot of it was prepared. Yeah and then they could add it. Yeah and there's no edit on tonight show right so he wasn't his thing at that point. Did you get to meet groucho. Yeah yeah. I got to meet him. First time i met him was in nate now and i had just been on the merv griffin show and he had seen me and he was sitting with some guy. Look the guy. Looked like a writer. Yeah and he said this is Is is gene kaplan griffin. And he was very funny. I said thank you graduates. Jonah for you to say that but my name is gabe. Kaplan is nicole eugene. I said okay. I'm gonna go use epo. did he. Laugh yeah and then he came to welcome back kotter when we a show and i used to do these jokes at the beginning and the end of the show and i thought it would be a great idea if i told the joke to him if he was sitting outside the school on a bench waiting for buses and i says sir as long as waiting for the bus together i like to tell you about my uncle and then i tell you the joke and you turn around and you say In my life and he said what are you gonna tell me. And i told the joke you. So that is the ways. Joe era and erin fleming was with them and she wouldn't let them do it. S for like ten thousand dollars for to do the appearance on the show. Yes votes the credits. Oh jesus was that would have been priceless. Yeah we've been great so after you get back from texas you realize what baseball is not for you. I yeah. I didn't. I didn't realize yet but i had interesting comedy. So and this is like between Mrs maisel era for the improv. Open right so there was no place to work. There was a place called the comedy workshop. Have you ever heard of that. And where was that. That was like forty four street. Okay there was one in texas years later but the comedy workshop never heard of it. Oh no. I don't know that when i've talked to a lot of people maybe someone mentioned it. What was the story there. It was run by. This guy's name was george q lewis. Yeah and he was A publicist that. He might have been a teacher me. I'm sort of a college professor and he'd like to do humor seminars and he would also Send out press releases and he ran. This place called the comedy workshop. Yeah like two nights a week and comedians would go there and you get on stage. Yeah and then. After you got on stage wasn't a hostile environment. It was like people would try and tell you give you point is sure the only problem was that nobody in the comedy workshop worked right you know. It was like guys at once. Sure ron carey. Ron carey right. Yeah jack is interesting. Because ron carey had been on the jackpot show. Yeah he did great the little guy little guy from bonnie mila right and he degrade was so funny. Oh yeah he was really funny as a comedy here and then he went back on about two months later bombed and can tonight show. Yeah fucked with his head you know. He didn't know what to do a why he bombed the second time. Yeah and he went into depression and then he would go to the comedy workshop and he was a guy who was actually on jack parsh- show. Yeah a real working comedian who had done. Tv hit and he became like the The guru the whistle the wizard of the comedy workshop..

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"We raise our glass to Dick Army, and also we mentioned which celebrities died that month, which of us are having a birthday that month, and then we have kind of mediocre Chinese food tell stories and then say goodbye till the following month. But that's Howard and I got to know each other and he recently said that choosing meteorite right it with him was one of the smartest decisions of his. Life, which was really gratifying here, and then we had sent a copy of the finished book to Woody Allen even though he had read the manuscript and gave us a great blurb obviously, he was entitled to A- complimentary copy of the finished book with photos in it, and that sort of thing, and he wrote me back and he said, thank you for the book I look forward to rereading it because it's so damn entertaining. You guys really aced this one and I thought wow, that's big. So That's some of what I've been up to. Assist incredible going back to what you said earlier lots of people. They don't have that sense of history when it comes to Hollywood and it's good that they're writers like you can bring that out, bring that to life and flesh out these people and show them. They were real people and these were their stories. Thank you. Yeah you know and and you know with the groucho book with raised eyebrows. I didn't WANNA I didn't want to attack in savage anyone but I also didn't want to soft pedal the negative or human weaknesses of them. So there's very few people I mean, as I say even with Erin Fleming, there were a number of positive things to say she wasn't just evil incarnate and there was no one who was just had no flaws at some people I've talked to some people who are made uncomfortable by 'cause they just wanted to remember the. Groucho from the thirties and from you bet your life and I understand that. But these are humans that live and grow old and die, and also I think one of the things that runs through the book is that Groucho sense of humor even though it took some sledgehammer blows from time and illness remained and you know just when I would think he would be passed saying something funny he used to I was bring him the Hollywood trade papers and then he'd come to lunch table and talk to me about the clump of male I brought him. One.

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"Amazing. But really it was the humans that I interacted with that left the biggest impression. A lot of his famous friends came over to the house and like you said you, you were welcomed guest at the table. Because they didn't know who I was. So. There was no. Of know who is this person? I think they figured if he's in the house? I don't know whether he's Groucho chose grandson or what but I, guess he belongs here. So no one really had any kind of attitude. I also found out that. trial and error that I, felt a stronger kinship to groucho friends than I did too Erin Fleming's kind of Quirky flighty younger set of Hollywood even though they were closer to me in age I was much more of a kindred spirit with his old writers and directors and you know what? People like George, Burns and Bob Hope would come by and it was just a remarkably rich experience and then they had like Groucho they appreciated. That you know a kid like me. Knew what these guys were talking about, and now I'm sixty five and a now I've. Now I've become one of those old people that when someone says, Oh, my granddaughter was watching Monkey Business was laughing at Harpo and I find myself thinking is very reassuring to hear that some of the kids appreciate this old material because it asks a lot of millennials. To sit still for a black and white movie that's filled with references to that were a you know instantly understandable in nineteen thirty one but what does it mean to them now? Then there's the whole political correctness thing which drives me crazy where people retroactively are politically correct like why did Groucho to flirt with that woman on you bet your life and look at her sweater or why did that? You know why do they have to have a bunch of happy dancing black people in the barnyard with Harpo that's you know that's so insulting and it's like it that was one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, seven stopped trying to so it asks a lot of them to see things in historical perspective. And of course, I run across any number of people even in their forties and fifties who just can't place the name and it's kind of sobering to mention the Marx brothers nothing, Groucho the mustache nothing and you know I've gotten past being upset or thinking will the Ignorance stupid because you know it's like there's so much for them to see at at any given moment, all the channels, the Youtube, all the everything, and the marsh with is made like twelve movies. You know, why would they know about these things although when I was growing up all my friends knew who these people from the twenties and thirties were like. Well. That was before I was born. So I have no idea who mark Twain was bringing that up I was wondering if maybe you could actually help me out with this situation. I told a couple of people that said Oh talking to Steve Stone, your who who works Groucho Marx, and like you said, they give you the blank look like was that. What do you take? What? What is the best way to make them get like the real feel I mean, if you know if I'm just you know getting groceries at the store and someone notices that my watch has the march brothers on it and they ask about it, I'll just give them a really quick. They were these four funny brothers that made comedies in the thirties and forties and We're really popular and by that time leaving the grocery store but..

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"The pizzas and the hundred dollar bills I want thought should I camp out at Jacobus pizza you know I was just desperate. And I ended up starting committee at Ucla where I was attending to put pressure on universal studios to re-release animal crackers which hadn't been seen in decades hadn't been on television. It had been made at paramount in nineteen thirty but in the late fifties when MCA. Universal bought the paramount catalog of older films that was included in it but because essentially a clerical error. the copyright had expired and the rights reverted back to the writers and the composers of the stage musical animal crackers, George Kaufman Maury risk and Harry Ruby and Burke County. Mar.. And the wizards at universal didn't think it was worth spending any money to untangle the legal problem because they thought that's just pouring money down the drain and all black and White Marx brothers movie that people haven't seen in years. We Wanna put important things on like airport seventy five and downhill racer. You know the real classic films that people will remember and fifty year. So, I I manage to get in touch with Erin Fleming who was the woman that was really she had started out Groucho secretary then became as manager, and as he grew weaker from age and hardening of the arteries and some strokes, he grew more dependent on her, and she really was in charge of making the decisions in his life and she convinced Groucho. TO COME TO UCLA to help us publicize this group of kids that are trying to get this Marx brothers movie off the shelf. And so I finally got to meet my hero and I said Groucho. I am very happy to be meeting you after all these years and he said, well, you should be an Erin Fleming said, this is Steve stoll Yar. He's the one who's trying to get animal crackers released and Groucho said, did you get it and I said not yet but we're working on it and he said, well, you better get it or I'll fight you. and. I said, I didn't realize I was working for you how much are you paying me and he said a little less than nothing. And we were off and running I. my heart was pounding out of my chest as I sat next to him and we answered questions from the press. I mean there was a real crush of students because Groucho was speaking and soft voice and they wanted to hear what he said it..

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"In that show. He was in one of the one of the production's check. Oh Yeah yes right. You took the part over floyd audition for Chico for the original production. I think he was seventy eight seventeen at the time. He didn't get it but they had revivals at over the K. Babbler Ballard was in one revival Like as many as like all these miscast actresses. Yeah and it wasn't it just wasn't there's no memorable songs from it. We will return to Gilbert Godfrey JR amazing colossal podcast after this support for Gilbert Godfrey. It's amazing colossal. Podcast comes from manscaping. The best in men's below the belt grooming manscaping offers precision engineer tools for your family. Jewels met militiamen up. Hairy Bushes are so two thousand and nineteen. If you're going depth pig any new year's resolution this year let it be. Take care of your junk Marie condo about this. Sorry Man Scape ditchmitch making it easy with thick grooming products. That's why manscaping redesign the electric trimmer. 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Great paralyze you if you go to see those revivals people really cheer when Zeppelin's name comes up at the beginning you know just because I think mainly because those are the best films those five so you it's like it just feels good to seize episode. No He's gone by the time they go to. Mgm Beyond this dynamic with the four of them that they didn't recapture with the three of them. There's something nice about the best. I think the best written coconuts may be a little slow because it was kinda creepy but still works. You Okinawa still funny. I agree and You know practically my favorite films monkey business and that's not every Marx brothers fans favourite. But I think that's my favorite just because maybe because Bobby Barbara's in it you know yeah I had a frog in his. I'm addict soup man. Yeah most people was the last of Gino's win the Marx brothers after duck soup. Well I I always thought night at the opera was the beginning of the end for them. Yeah because they were slowing down in there. They were making sense why they were doing. They were heroes and they were like sticking up for the for the you know for Kitty. Carlisle Maureen O'Sullivan and the other one and also the musical interludes were really getting. They weren't anarchists anymore. Not really stake sells David You know the do Saul. Berg of a coup groucho loved. The Authority. Said like those are the best films they also made money. They were profit of one of the reasons. They were big. Mgm Stars. They were making more money and chuckled. Played Poker with with Albert. You know they were really tight with them so when you know you know all this when when Thalberg died they were set adrift at Mgm. And mayor hated them. He didn't get them. He didn't get the Marx brothers wasn't his kind of humor. You know so it was over and you know chicken needed the money. I heard head coach true and and I heard that at one point net hike and said he wanted to write a mock spur. This movie which I think would have been great. It's been great. And also. Billy wilder wanted to make a mark brothers at the UN. Later on you know it. It probably wouldn't have turned very well. It was like they were old. Yeah it was after the story of mankind so yeah. Oh jewel jewel. Joe also tells her those were scary. So since you've alluded to it and you've told the stories before tell us again quickly about the other two meetings with Groucho. Because THEY'RE WORTH HEARING. Oh and he was a fan of. Your Dad's right. Your Dad was a we. You know my first encounter. I was eleven at Minnie's boys that was I didn't meet him. I just went up to him and people are getting autographs so my dad was invited to a party at this Jimmy. Supper club which was a Popular Supper Club will remind our listeners. Who Don't know that. Your Dad is is Bruce. Jay Friedman the celebrated so he was in the T- There was a party for teachers. Scotch teachers carts through the party because hiring old comedian. Ed Yeah Shera mended and they got George Burns and then Groucho. All of a sudden didn't add for Teachers Scotch and so Jimmy's supper club hosted a party for Groucho. My Dad's somehow got invited. This is late. Nineteen seventy two So my dad mentioned it to me and brought me. You know and So graduates with Erin Fleming and And we approached them and gradually just seen the heartbreak kid which was based on my dad's short story and he knew it. I mean knew. My Dad was connected you should. I just saw your film. The heartbreak and you know it was really wonderful. You know so he would. Just you know who's pleasant. He had already had some strokes. He was slowed down. But that basically it Erin Fleming was with them but Erin Fleming like my dad in fact. She had a little crush on him. So because A couple years later she invited a my dad and my might myself and my two brothers to grandma's house this is nineteen seventy five so groucho would would have been seventy five to his house for the whole day in. Hollywood is like that modern house. He had up in the Hollywood hills so I would have been sixteen so we spent the whole day at Groucho spouse. You know like and it was interesting because like there were famous people coming in and out like Elliott Gould and Sally Kellerman. Dennis Wilson came in and it was like people were kind of like saying hi to graduation and disappearing in the back and my theory is that there was cocaine being offered back in the ballpoint luring all these young Hollywood types blood court into all types. You're about it. Used to like hang out of Groucho says always there regulars and but Dennis Wilson was there and he he comes in I. I was just like basically I was just like staring at Groucho. I was there throughout the whole they just staring at them and thinking my head. I'm probably the luckiest kidney entire world right now. At this moment you know just like looking at Groucho and you know he was singing songs and everything Erin Fleming was doing the mark the Margaret Dumont Pine and so Dennis Wilson Walks in. It's like Oh cool. And he goes up the graduates pleasure to meet you. Sir and Groucho looks at me has no idea who is he. Looks up and then a guy comes in and goes says he comes up to grouchy. Goes My name is is mark and Raja looks at macos. What's your first name trade but How old would he have been at? This point was eighty five eighty five of the twentieth century because graduates born in eighteen nineties in nineteen. Thirty Groucho was forty and so on so one thousand nine. Seventy GROUCHO was eighty. Nine hundred seventy five. He was eighty five. He died two years later but you know he was really slowed down but he liked kids he he liked young but I heard West on my brothers and I you know we and I sat there and I watch them eat his lunch and he was dribbling React chicken creamed chicken and his nurse at the like. Wipe it off. We put them to bed. We actually put to go to bed early but before he went to bed he wanted to watch the latest episode of You. Bet Your life which had just come back in syndication. So they were airing it around seven thirty every night in Los Angeles so he wanted to watch that so we took him into his bedroom and he got in his pajamas and we hugged him. Good night and the Alice Cooper role because he used to put them to bed right. You have to go to bed early. You know gives a sick old man but he wanted to watch he had to watch you bet your life. I was like a nice memory. I first time my most Rundell Sner. We hadn't had him on the podcast yet. HE JU-. We hadn't we barely got introduced to each other and he said to me about you know. He helped produce Groucho at Carnegie Hall. And he said Dell Sner says to me goes you know this Erin Fleming. Us diplo crowd show and he goes into the sweet story. Yes what what you're saying. Oh fuck the composer Myron Ham and he goes and and more families had a shouted to God. She thought in she was in the cover of. She wasn't the Woody Allen Film. He's in every. I think everything. You always want to know about sex lewd network. She was a strange woman. She she you know. She said she liked my dad so I think she was flirting with them and she wanted. She wanted us to the conclusion that graduates story. Visiting Groucho is like we went home. We're staying in Malibu. My my dad was working Malibu that summer. Who is staying at his house? My brothers night and then the next day. Erin Fleming called my dad and said Groucho really loved having you. He'd like to invite you back to the house next week because Mae West is coming to the house. They haven't seen each other for thirty five years since they both worked at paramount. So my dad got off the phone and said hey guys Erin would like us to come back next week to You know see Groucho and they west and we'd like kind of look these shows so that we have enough Groucho. Favorite one of my. That's probably.

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Question do amused question Laura from Florida. Hi Laura how are you? How are you yeah you know me from facebook? Is this Laura Pinto? Yes it is. I know you Laura. I am so happy that I got through Gilbert Darah. Happy Anniversary this look at that Nice. Classy Gilbert's Gilbert's thinking of the most route thing he can come up with Laura. Thanks for calling and thanks for supporting the show. What's your question? Well my question is kind of off the wall a little bit like me. Why should today any different? But but Gilbert what would you consider to be out of all the songs out there? Which of course is millions of them. What would you consider to be your personal theme song? What is your. That's a great question. What would be your like Jack? Benny had a theme song and gleason had a theme song. And what? What would your theme Song B Boy? That I've been to paradise but I've never been to me ask. I've got a brand new pair of roller skates. Good for you. That would be good for you. I'M GONNA need to pick a piece of music to close the show. So that's that's a very good question we'll have to find what about your song from. Laden. Oh a whole New Orleans. No the one you sing all that Shit. I've had it. I hate to be dramatic but it's time for me to fly the coop. That's it that was one of them and the other one was forget about that guy. Forget about the way you fell into his eyes. So that would. That's the closest thing you have to him. So yes okay. Yeah we couldn't with that but we'd be sued back to the Stone Age by Disney Laura. Thanks for the support. Thanks for helping with Ron. Dante is my pleasure. Thanks for all you do for us. And thanks for the question. My pleasure and congratulations to all of you on the three hundred show more so sweet. Thank you for being the rare woman that actually listens to this show. Thank you Ron Dealt. Sner. Yeah be-. Before he was even on the show like a couple of days he was booked for it and I ran into him at some party. You somewhere anti neum for about half his check in and the already told me well. He had produced Groucho on. Oh at Carnegie. Yes Carnegie Hall and he said. You know that Erin Fleming. She used to suck route. Choose any he goes and the Guy Music There Marvin Hamlet. He had a shot at a two. Couldn't go out on the suite. Aladdin Song so nice little CODA. I WANNA thank some people three hundred shows staggering and as I said with the mini episodes. Almost saying you naked juice Gilbert look at at the homeless Shelter Dehradun naked photos of Gilbert exist. I'm not talking about x rays that you I wanNA thank a couple of people we will thank everybody Properly on social media a lot of people responsible for for making this show and putting this all together I will thank some people here. Jack Vaughn at serious. Who was welcomed US here with open arms? Jim McClure was the gentleman who was in the room before Louis Johnson. Right here one of our engineers dance. Prevent it in the booth. Stephen Varley. Who's on vacation? Our friends at star Burns Brian Baldinger Jason Smith Aristotle. Asa Vado our new editors been doing a great job quickly. We will thank the John's John Seals. John Murray John Podesta's Jon Tessler. Greg pair are wonderful. Twitter Man Mike McFadden who runs our facebook page. David Simon our photographer. Who is under the weather and couldn't be here. Dave sidell are former ear. Wolf engineer is in the room Steve Hannah Airi'q Warren Moon. Wade Snook Eric Fuscos here. Who started the listeners society on facebook and of course my wife Genevieve who does so much for this show behind the scenes you have no idea and of course Darah anybody else anyone WanNa thank and I know the answer to that question. No no but I do remember when I was Mayor Koch Yes. They started the John. Our journey remember when this was going on. I don't remember the John. Our to get word of prostitution. They had the John our where they would read the names of the John's on on the radio. I I don't remember that I want you to. We're going to go. We're going to go out on so I thought she wanted to thank Ed Koch From It. We're go out on something sweet. A childhood memory for me back to the first time I saw you in that in that lonely room at the comic strip at and you came on at like twelve thirty at night. Or something to an impressionable. Eighteen year old boy. Who Ever knew that we would be doing a show together. Forty years later a little bit. If you will for the fans Gavin Macleod and Tony Curtis Sheridan. Yeah this. She's Gavin Macleod. Tony Curtis Talking Gavin Macleod. Hello tote new low hyphen. How you on Fallin? Would you like some coffee okay? Would you like a doughnut? Also all right. I will have a doughnut too. Well so you will have to doughnuts. No I meant your reading gate. Donut and I shall eat the shame so you will lead the same donor meeting. No I mental though. We are both eating entirely different. Donuts the very fact that they are both. Don't push them in the same food group. So are you saying like apples and oranges all both into fruits family? No because the orange juice in fact they situates later that same day. What then off the coconut. We WanNA thank you guys for turning out so much three hundred three hundred shows gill. Yeah jeeze about it. It feels like more. It does thank you all. Thanks to the team here. Thank you guys for showing up and for being a part of this. Thanks for listening to three hundred show seven years looking at me and licking your thanks. All was fun. Saguenay Kelly good night killing high digits Gilbert Godfrey. He's been Gilbert Godfrey. It's amazing colossal podcast with my co host Frank Santo Padre and we've been talking to the Super Brillian and just wonderful person just a person that Christ say. Hey this second. The Wonderful Gilbert cod coming up any second now Gilbert. I'm calm in. 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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

11:43 min | 1 year ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Dong PA and Richard Loo standing there and he walked over and said Mr Cavan. We'll have arisen Dave that Jackhammer from an aircraft carrier of the Horn that variety. Just got some gooseflesh now. Dana Andrews was on that show about would you? Dick was in Los Angeles during a Poi- a few years ago I set this up for him. I set up the tape of that show and as it sit down look at this and his mind was just completely blown from seeing Richard Loo. And doing Richard Lieutenant Richard Lewis. Yeah fantastic what I love. My man wrote me. Thank you know tied him on a couple of times but I still get goose flash when he comes on the screen his voice. I remember toge- thought this sound crazy. It's a little bit poor Katherine Hepburn's voice is Alao shop. In there so I muster aligned yet coughed on. Its little exciting horse at the moment. Very first he was of that time period like World War Two when they were hired. The Chinese actors yes indeed irony in Japanese slow. While they were murdering his family back home he was playing them on the screen. Yeah Dick did I read somewhere that you had an uncanny ability to recognize character actors on the street. Does this mean anything to you. I seem to and that's amazing to me. It was amazing to me. That other people didn't right. I I came to New York. I just walked the streets looking for famous people just about everybody do a little job. Well I would say look. Don't you recognize Edward Mark? I would recognize him and Henry are Meta. You would get a second one hundred and fifty movies. I saw you at the Ninety Second Street Y. With Alec Baldwin. And you and you told John Wayne Story and then telling the John Wayne Story you did a little bit of John Carradine which I think Gilbert would appreciate a bit of John Carribean. Oh I warmed my way onto the location of the stupidest John. Wayne's last film Western. Yeah so one. As I walked over there were all old. Buildings were and the Old Streetcar and there was a chair with John. Carradine's name and as if by magic. He came kind of walking a lot of arthritis but he sat down and he was just sitting there. And I thought I got it. I must have something to say. John Kerry Wood In Duke came by Mr not too naive people. That's John. When did you came? Hey do could carry as duke passed. Its chair John. Donnelly looked at him and said Hey John Carradine said who'd who duke what is this. Is this number four number seven? I can't decide movies. They made together. But I don't think I hit John Kerry Dean just now so I'm GonNa ask you to do to John Kerry whether a horse for close enough. You know Frank. I did this for you but I can turn any conversation back to the Marx brothers like that. Go the bit that because I got questions here for your from some fans the John Carradine role in everything you always wanted to know about sex. The film was written for Groucho and black loud was written rate route. Show and Groucho at that. Point was a little bit Past remembering lines and doing that sort of work and he just wasn't up to errands in it. Yeah that was part of the deal actually bright. It was conceived Groucho and carried the United Commander. I think Lon Chaney junior went up for that part. Of course they was an audition. I read about launching junior audition for Woody Allen. Well I'm pretty sure. Aaron got the GIG because Groucho agreed to do it to pull out Erin state. Here's a quick. Here's a quick Marx Brothers crushing for you. The expert from Listener Mike Herman For Robert Baiter. What is true and untrue about the UNMADE film a day at the United Nations that the Billy Wilder Roger was a was a treatment that was written and at that point in your career. Nobody could get insurance on Chaco because he was very sick and near death and I don't think it was ever seriously on the radar for them to actually do it. I think they were listening interesting. I think groucho early didn't WanNa do the Marx brothers anymore. Even past year the late forties sure. Groucho DIDN'T WANNA do the march for those anymore and Harpo had plenty of money and the oft repeated phrase altogether. No Chikako needed the money now. Steve White Asks By. Hey Robert Vader did groucho ever get any money from that Vlasic Pickle Company for the likeness? Yes Mascot yes that was a license that I believe still exists to this day so if they run those commercials. I do believe payment Pat Harrington did the voice of the stork knows. The GROUCHO was paid. Good stuff rich go ahead. What was the story of how it was very strange in the movie Story of mankind got it was the Marx brothers and but separate an actor. It took a particular genius from Irving Allen to get the three of them and not have them appear together. Yeah that's strange but I also think it was Row chose desire not to work with them at that point as the Marx brothers took. Here's one for Megan Reinhard for you Dick. What was it actually like being in the room with Erin Fleming? Did she ever rise to the level of elder abuse or were there? Those close enough to protect Groucho. Go to HAL. Oh I share with someone else can see. The woman wrote to me. From Waco Texas WACO turns out to be one of the world capitals of Hate Mail and knowing that when I worked for Jackpot or my secretary tried to hide a note and I said Okay let me see it I might have had a Lien. Or might have edgy and fun to on or somebody else who might have spoken about or something that Nature Waco Texas dear get cabinet you little sawed off Sega. Communists menace shrimp. There was a return address. I wrote back. I'm not sort of right. Sound good answer questions about Aaron you want to answer the question Fleming. Skip it What was it like to be in her company? Was it unsettling in some way? Yes I got along with their inflamming. Which sort of apparently put me in a rare category but She was controversial treated Groucho. Those who are few people like her and said she at least got him out of bed and you get things and he did Carnegie Hall that you've got him to do this and that and that sense she was good. She was also Suffering the lowered of mental personality problems plagued her head sad life. She she did. She did come to a to a very sad end wound up being homeless. I think Jerry. She wound up being homeless. And then shooting yourself yeah. Yeah here's one for Baiter before we get out of here because these guys have to go to St Stephen Colbert. Show Peter Blitstein. What was the most surprising thing you discovered about the Marxist and writing for the Three Musketeers? The blacklisting in their early career was really revelatory. Because it explains so much about why they continue to play on. This show could say shit holes after they were famous And they forced the business of Vaudeville to let them back in because they were making so much money for the renegade theatre circuits. That was kind of a big surprise because I never really put that together until I really dug deep in but yeah the fact that they got blacklisted. Twice which is perfect. Because they're the Marx brothers. They should do things to get themselves. Blacklisted. But that was the real story for me. That surprised me very interested. Surprising Mr Blitstein also has one last question for Dick Cavite. Why in God's name did you ever agree to be Gilbert's first guest on this podcast long story out the night before threatened to reveal what we did that night and he's still threatens it before you guys get? Outta here Tell us about. The documentary is going to be. Hbo Yay February Eleventh Premieres February eleventh. Just say this I decided that this film is made after reading these two blog pieces. Dick wrote about Ali for the New York Times and looking at the shows in his reading. Those two pieces as an this needs to be a movie. 'cause it's kind of the weirdest buddy picture you'll ever see it's wonderful and I want to recommend cabinets Watergate as well. Yeah which is terrific. And strangely time of year than ever. You know. There's so many topics within the archive. The DECAPA Joe Fillmore that I gotTA keep making them. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA look forward to a caveat won. I mean excuse me Groucho. One working on cabin Groucho near nearly done. Yeah that'll be really fun. Film for March Myself. I'm Evan Niche terrific. You know the ninety propose. Marriage Trimmer Capote. He was wearing that fabulous. Golf Hat That why it'd be ill and had little golfers knitted on an Three little knitted golf balls and as I remember it and maybe this was off. Camera Groucho in pursuing the idea of marrying trim and trim and said Hey. Can you imagine who's got three balls earnings hat? Nobody heard the three Bolton on his hat. That's what they were laughing at. We could talk to you guys forever. Didn't we gill. What do you think here's one last one? I'm going to squeeze it in. Did turn down being in a Fellini movie allegedly. I don't know for a fact that was really offered to him. I think Aaron said that I.

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And we he owes money and all this kind of thing and Gumbo, said, well, you guys are not looking very hard, because he's in only one of two places is either a horse or woman. Jayco zippo. Oh, about zippo taste. I love it. People who knew him like, Susan, especially Zampa was more of a hardcore gambler than chick. Oh. Alien as much of a womanizer and the thing that Susan said that always stuck with me as a gambler, chick was in it for the fun and the game. And he didn't care if you wonder why she just love having a game, Zappa will try to kill you gambling any wanted to take your money. And he wanted to take it all. And he was just a violent gambler. This is like Susan talking about, and he had a bit of a gangster streak and is a great story that wouldn't check. Oh, got married for the second time in nineteen fifty eight Zampa was going to be his best man. But he was unable to attend because he was under federal subpoenas recketeering case in Indianapolis. Wow. That's right. That's right. You knows his stuff. What about those nights? At Groucho Bill. I heard you say that he was never really happy unless he had an audience. Yeah. He never was. He was all fish out in the water. Let's see, on, he was basically pretty unhappy kind of guy toward the end 'cause his whole life is was a performing seal. He had to be on the ad to do something. And so Aaron Fleming, his girl Friday, Saturday and Sunday. She made sure she would arrange these parties. I remember them being mostly on Thursday night, and we're everybody would come up the hill to where he lived in trusdale states to pay to Camden spoiling, or Dr heck and Bush neither which were there anymore, but grou- show would be in well being as eight. As then and they would invite people for dinner and then a show and it was it was. I just wish Salvador Dali had been there, because it was about as bizarre and experience, we had people making an effort to enjoy themselves rather than just enjoying themselves occasionally. They did. But it was it was kind of a calm thing and to be part of Antill Groucho got up and sang peas is a bull bed, man. And then the, the party came to life, I played the piano, there, when Groucho had me, and I we met everybody there. I mean there was always somebody showing up three four five people. And went on until one two o'clock in the morning and Groucho was. The, the only time drought was happy was when he was performing, then he would go in at about nine o'clock at night, and have is a picture of with couple of beautiful girls that would line X to bed, and then he would go off this sleep. And the party would just keep going on without him, but truly for me and I was only in my thirties at that time. I didn't really know what was going on in terms of how unique this evening would be or, or any of these evenings. 'cause all I did was just observe people. And, and it only came to my mind. How strange the whole thing was years later. It takes a little time for things to sync into me. And when you have a different perspective and you look back and you say, oh, my God, I, I was in numb nuts at that time. I didn't really and in answer to your question about Erin Fleming. I would say she was a real piece of work, and I. Just when along with the program and for where it's worth. She kept Groucho alive for seven years by appealing to his ego, by finding things for him to do to get get an Academy Award to this, that she would throw these parties, so that he could perform for a half hour, and she, and he would sing PC wheezy that was the big..

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And so Aaron Fleming his girl Friday Saturday and Sunday, she made sure she would arrange these parties. I remember them being mostly on Thursday night. And we're everybody would come up the hill to where he lived in trusdale states to pay to captain Spaulding, or Dr heck and Bush neither of which were there anymore, but grou- show would be in. Well, you would be in his eighty. As then, and they would invite people for dinner, and then a show, and it was it was I just wish Salvador Dali had been there because it was about as bizarre experience we had people making an effort to enjoy themselves rather than just enjoying themselves, occasionally they did. But it was it was kind of a Cobb thing. To be a part of until ground show got up and sang peasy we's is a bull bed, man. And then the the party came to life. I played the piano there. Grout show had me. And I we met everybody there. I mean, there was always somebody showing up three or four five people went on until one two o'clock in the morning and Groucho was. The the only time drought. You was happy was when he was performing then he would go in at about nine o'clock at night and have is. A picture of with a couple of beautiful girls that would lie next to the bed. And then he would go off the sleep and party would just keep going on without him. But truly for me. And I was only in my thirties at that time. I didn't really know what was going on in terms of how unique this evening would be or or any of these evenings. 'cause all I did was just observe people. And and it only came to my mind, how strange the whole thing was years later. It takes a little time for things to sync into me. And when you have a different perspective, and you look back and you say, oh my God. I I was in numb nuts at that. Time. I didn't really and in answer to your question about Erin Fleming. I would say she was a real piece of work. And I. Just went along with the program and for where it's worth. She kept ground show alive for seven years by appealing to his ego by finding things for him to do to get get an Academy Award to this that she would throw these parties. So that he could perform for a half hour, and she and he would sing PC Weasley that was the big. And then of course, he he would sing, you know, of Father's Day or one of those songs, but most importantly, she kept him going for better for worse. And there and believe me it was worse. But the better part was that she appealed to who Groucho really thought he was and she was able to control him like no other woman could and that's why he had an extra seven eight years with her. And and in his wife. Yeah. She she knew the buttons Bush chip. This show ever have profound observations. Never. Okay. We'll try. Yeah. At the time for one. Yeah. At the age of fifteen Groucho is being pushed to perform by a very ambitious women who woman who wanted to show biz as mini mini was living vicariously through fifteen year old Groucho at the age of eighty five. He's in the exact same position with Aaron fascinating. It's fascinating. Wonderful observe -ation. Yeah. I just made it up. Yeah. Yeah. If if not for Al Shane, what would what Groucho have gone into show business? Anyway, he wanted that badly was many pushing them that hard Zep their interview with the BBC at the end of his life. And he said route show would have made it in show business because he wanted it on his own the rest of us would probably have debtor in jail. Interesting. So even even it wasn't just Al Shane success. It wasn't just got success probably attracted Groucho. That's kinda got him going on it or we're gonna say go. Oh, I was I was gonna put you on the spot Bill..

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Yeah. And fame also is addictive. Give oh, it's all the bad stuff. It's that's what I mean is no intrinsic value to it it feeds on itself. It's completely addictive. It finds you doing things that you would never think in a million years to do to try and get more fame. What to keep the fame? It's it's at and it usually ends up in this union Yang where. You will do anything. You've you pay fifteen thousand dollars a month to get famous and if someone says a load restaurants freak out. So you're fighting to become the person that you don't want be it. It's such. It's the circle soap is awesome hitting. I always said to my artists when they would get angry when someone came over for autograph. I said, no, no, no the time to get angry is when they don't come over for the autograph. Yeah. That's when you get angry. Right. And if we could go to another topic when I was fascinated by you also handled of all these rock and soul perform, I know where you're going. Groucho Marx Groucho, come into your orbit analysis. You came into my orbit Alice called me up one day. And he said, you won't believe where I was listening watching TV with Groucho Marx in his bed. You gotta be kidding me because likes to tell stories, so I should you gotta take. So maybe a week later. He called me up. He said graduate said you could come over to go up in. They're both in bed in ground wearing grey. Mickey Mouse years both. Was like while. I said I was so intimidated, I don't even know if I could tell you were a kid we should point out that your dad used to watch Marx brothers movies that my dad that was we used to like father would cry. He was laughing so hard. So it's very important part of my life course. And I literally the whole time imagine it was very tough me to ever speak was really really difficult. I was in or every second that was around them. I had a person. Anyway. So I go up that night, and I get to meet him. And the next day Alice tells me that he couldn't afford his three ships, nurses, and that's why he was going up there. Unite to be in the late shift, and he would sleep with them again watery. I should you kidding scratch remarks, and he he had a businessman you who's before they knew Alzheimer's words, had Alzheimer's, and they literally didn't they didn't have. Money. I mean, they had money to eat, but they didn't have money. So there was a woman in his life. Who is his secretary slash manager slash she's come up on this show before. Yeah. There any many times I have nothing bad to say about her. I know a lot of people do. But I I came in after she was there. She's willing to hire me. Erin fleming. They weren't Fleming. Thank you. And it was amazing Groucho would be slumped over. No expression on his face in adamant, and she would walk in the room, and he would get eight inches taller. A you smile. Start telling jokes she'd leave the room he go right back down with like a marionette. So she made him happy, and that's all I really cared about..

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"erin fleming" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Before that we discussed how it had an impact on people with diabetes people with diabetes. They're prone ACOG. No problems. So what about you and me? Well, I mentioned that. I take rest for twelve to restore detoxification on my brain. Here's a study from Germany. And healthy people between the age of fifty to seventy four and they gave them two hundred milligrams arrest virtual every day. And it was restoring circulation to their brain circulation. You would expect in a much younger person when that happened. It was reconnecting major organs in the brain involved with memory and problem solving and your your your GPS, your internal GPS figuring out how you get home from point a to point the parts of the brain involved with all those Uman functions. Were becoming healthier again because the circulation was getting improved to them. It was getting restored to circulation level you've seen them what younger healthier person as that happen there memory improved. And so that their blood sugar control. So these are healthier people in their fifty sixty seventy s. Simply giving them virtual was restoring level. Blood flow to their brain that you would expect to see in a much younger person. When that happened the origin of brain were getting healthier again. They were regaining their health to Health Day had when these people were much younger, and they memory improved show did have blood sugar control. So again, and again, we shoot up now water to major caused the factors. What dementia? Well, there's three one is a drop in blood flow. One is leaking of the barrier at the base of the spine which allows bad things to get into the brain. And the third is chronic inflammation. So let me tell you the scenario for some reason your blood brain barrier became inflamed. Your blood brain barrier is a a protective barrier at the base your spine that was developed to keep really bad things out of your brain and your inflamed. The blood brain barrier becomes inflamed. And it gets leaky. As it gets leaky, your immune cells from your body are leaching into your brain. And Erin Fleming your brain which swells I wanna swells. You can't detoxify anymore can't remove that days growth of plaque sort of the plaque is building up. It's destroying the nerve tissue. And then you have Alzheimer's so it steps and it takes years. So by the time, you've had Alzheimer's this process has already been going on for like twenty years. So here's a study, which is true and many studies show, this dementia is linked to chronic inflammation. At Johns Hopkins University over in Baltimore. Static collector from one thousand five hundred and thirty two people. Sixty one percent of which were women, and they found that and Flammarion is connected to Alzheimer's disease. Inflammation. We found that individuals who had an increase in inflammation during midlife that was maintained for mid to late life have greater abnormalities in the brain white matter structure as measured what MRI scans. So you're setting the brain up. For damage..

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"So getting back to the gresh show thing, his accompaniments was ambush mob in hamlet. I I've ever met him and his secretary Erin Fleming. I think she came on saying phone to, yes, she saying, oh, our window cleaner song. And and I guess Margaret Dumont section of Hello going. Right? And then he said he, would you get this. And I actually his book you were there. Woody Allen was there may Lenzi was there a lot of people were there, and a lot of people dressed like grocery with the is the mustache knows and Cabot opened the show. The cabin and so that you say that definitely was something going on between Groucho on that woman. Let me say she might have been interested in a certain southern part of the. That'd be that I don't even wanna talk about. I don't know. I really don't know for sure. I can only majett if I was a frying young man like row show, I thinking about the same thing. You can't talk about things like that. I heard cabinet was worried that that no one would show up that that that that people didn't remember and it was sold out. It was. It was a smash, it taped it, should it taped it? I tape it. Yeah, there's a now record of the guy's name is Brooks or at the Brooks anyway, he did it. I didn't get a nickel for that. I don't. They got credit for it, but I had posted sold out like that. And the fact that kid who helped me in the office John at the share, I must say that he pissed away kinship to tell you. He said, why don't you do grouch among some Broadway? I you write them to let it and I'll get to let it probably goes back. Okay. Forget about the chorus. Girls have much, and I said, look, agrout show house, ten thousand bucks, whatever you're in. And he told me he used to go. He lived in great neck with the boys with the family with the mom. And so we found out the address says, let's go there. So I got a car and driver. And Aaron came was Aruna photographer. I forget name. She has a lot of great pictures, and I never asked to give me a photo. Never forget. It looks. You wrote a book. I never grow. Picture. I will look like ruby, I don't wanna be like an asshole. So on the way we stopped fifty nine ship before we were over the bridge fifty breeze the quiz, borough bridge. It was a wig place. I stopped out. I got a blonde wig at a red wig. I put what on ground show what I'm be. She's it was the great. She put her on. We're going to go into the house dressed like this. We get to the street. He knew exactly where where he's going, he told us we wanted to go, wow, few stairs that go up attached houses those days attached a common wall, everybody and a guy opens the door and he says, welcome home is the marks. The guy had to be eight years old. He was the grandfather of the women who live there, have the daughter, and she came all Mr. mocks come on in and we went. He worked up stash insurers to little rooms. They look small where he slept with is brother. Slept was their real names. I forgot author was Leonard with chick, oh, Atlanta was Adolf originally Harpo. The Arthur wait, wait, Harpo was eight hundred changed author for reasons. We don't know. What was wrong with going Gumma was Milton. Groucho is Julius Julius correct showy, Shirley Ramsey said, you know, as the go, your home late at night for my shooting in historian studios, because the story is should silent movies that they shot animal crackers and coconuts. There..

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New book describes "crazytown" of Trump White House

Sean Hannity

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

New book describes "crazytown" of Trump White House

"Hour. It is called fear than we're getting excerpts from longtime White House chronicler Bob Woodward's new book this afternoon based on hundreds of hours of interviews. Emails documents sources and specific quotes from very top aides, the White House chief of staff John Kelly, quoted in the book a saying of the president, quote, he's an idiot. It's pointless to try to convince him anything. He's gone off the rails were in crazy town. I don't even know why any of us are here. This is the. The worst job. I have ever has CNN's wolf Blitzer reading aloud their cabinet secretaries also reported to have sneaked documents off Trump's desk, so that he cannot sign

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Colin Kaepernick joins Nike's "Just Do It" campaign

Austin's Morning News

03:01 min | 3 years ago

Colin Kaepernick joins Nike's "Just Do It" campaign

"Five AM seven fifteen WSB Atlanta's morning news traffic every six minutes. The DC circuit court judge expected to make his opening statement in the ten o'clock hour, so lots of questions the next few days and everything from abortion to executive power and number three WBZ's beef you show right reports of Covington police officer in serious condition after shoplifting suspects shoots him. Please prayers are being requested after Matt Cooper was shot in the head while trying to arrest twenty one year old Erin Fleming. Authorities say shot Cooper in the parking lot of the WalMart has Iran. Fleming was later found dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound to suspects arrested at the scene. The gbi is investigating WSB news time is six sixteen. WSB covers Georgia's race for governor Abrahams and Brian Kemp. Spent Labor Day campaigning for governor to union picnic in Atlanta Abrahams tells channel two action news, I'm excited to go back to every part of the state. So I can share a message and our vision. Kemp spends Labor Day in Thomason promising to stand up for farmers and rural Georgia both campaigns kick into high gear until election day, President Trump's slams his attorney general again over the indictments of to House Republicans. Alleged corruption Trump questions the timing saying too easy. How seats are? Now. In play critics say the job of the attorney general is not to protect Republicans accused of wrongdoing apart from the confirmation battle over supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh, congress tackles a sky high to do list this month. President Trump has threatened to veto a spending Bill to keep the government running unless he gets more money, I border wall. Congress must also act on a farm Bill and reauthorize FAA programs or air traffic controllers make a one paid del mar racetrack in southern California may add metal detectors and upgrade security after shooting outside a rap concert. The twenty two year old was upset. He couldn't get a ticket to the sold out show. There's gunfire at the track gunfire at the track returned fire wounding that man. No one else is hurt Nike makes Colin Kaepernick the face of. It's just do it campaign ABC contributor Christine. Brennan says this move resonates throughout the league man who's suing the National Football League. Now be part of it ad campaign by the company that supplies all the uniforms for the National Football League. And she says it reaches into. The White House since President Trump frequently criticizes protests by NFL players during the anthem the dogs prep for Saturday's SEC opener at South Carolina. Smart has been making it clear last week's cupcake blowout did not live up to his standard including the defense. Fresh off outlaid hard ran to the ball in play with rugged technique. All the time about the offensive line. They got to do a better job create movement. And they got to do a better job a second level blocking the running backs behind them guys ran the ball poorly. But they probably miss the whole a couple times and probably a little impatient. South Carolina might be the second best team in the SEC east. And a flashy upset pick kickoff is at three thirty Saturday in Columbia here. All the home of the dogs. Jay, black WSB WSB News time six eighteen..

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Some some never got it. You know some somewhere very full of themselves and and I heard like they say the smothers brothers came at a perfect time because all the old greats were still around. Yeah. And when accepted the smothers brothers, the older audience said, oh, okay. Yeah, that's what does what Bob said. The first two seasons where before the brothers inherited the show, you know, when they're when they had some network approved producers and and like that, the network wanted television stars to do the show, and I guess they, they, they. Insisted on it and the smothers brothers would reach out and they would get people like Jack Benny and George Burns to do the show and the Sunday night bonanza audience, which was the audience that we took by force, but was the number one show. And then the smothers brothers came on the air knocked about of number one slot. So that Sunday night audience which is especially in nineteen sixty six sixty seven sixty eight. The sun Sunday night was the most watched night of television. Eight o'clock was the prime. You know, that was the Sullivan slot. There was. It was great to to have a comedy show in there. So, yeah, having established stars on made it acceptable and then once once they became accepted, then they became, then they've just adorable scams. You work with Groucho when he hosted music scene? Yeah. What was that experience like? Well, David Steinberg was Groucho groupie. Right? And he want he desperately wanted the part. There was a musical called Minnie's boys that will sure those about the Marx brothers. We just had Peter Rieger here who was in the New York production. Yeah, and Steinberg wanted that part and he never got it, but he was, but he was a Groucho groupie and in, you know, he wanted to have on the show and we had the in Groucho tentative, but he agreed to meet with the writers and David. So we went over to Groucho har- house to to pitch him undoing the show, you know, trying to get to agree, and that was what Erin Fleming was taking care of him, and he was he was frail, and but still very funny. And we were admiring the posters on the wall because he had all this. Souvenirs of career in show business pictures of Marx, brothers with the king and Queen of England. Just all this wonderful memorabilia and we're looking at it and we're gawking. I mean, we allow whoever thought Groucho murmurs aside to two guys writers myself and one of the other writers who just within earshot he because we were saying, oh my God. Oh my God. Oh my God. And Groucho said I would trade it all for one good erection..

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Yes you looked it up on the phone i understand their numbers i could probably get somebody but i would never i had home numbers of people like i had george carlin's number norman fills number and jonathan winters i didn't call any of them i had a few other numbers like that and to me it was like kind of like when you cold when you get a girl's number and she goes oh hell here's my number coney komi komi and he's might work number colmey don't lose then you call please don't use the yeah yeah yeah you call them up again you'll have the courage to go and visit somebody right to call them up well i did not really i mean i wait for the riot opportunity like when i was a kid i got to meet a lot of people through my head right so you know i kind of you know was taking a long to elaine's and you know and then went to groucho you know for the day when i was a kid teen with my brothers spent the day there then we were invited back the following week grouches girlfriend erin fleming called that gotcha would like you to come back next week he loves kids and they're having a reunion with may west who hasn't seen in thirty five years so my dad said to my brothers and i hey guys were invited back the graduates house you wanna go and we looked at each we had enough groucho.

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"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"erin fleming" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"All simpler maybe because soldiers was still relatively yeah it was relatively new in the it was exciting you know you know it was an altar before i forget task off frank broaded out and this is a name nuts popped up punditry are only on this podcast swine shift time joe are you worked on stage with alsheikh gene and for those people who don't know wild cheering for shame on you and whining why you willing to the show he he was the oncall of the marx brothers you know i never knew that i never knew who i know that i was in a play with him paul again i was a kid was call popsy i know that it was a it was a flop and that was like the thing in our family popsy was a flop see with the thing and i remember that and do you remember the actress she's made herself jane jan sterling but she was jane sterling that assure yes she was like the eyes you knew en it and i remembered things you remember i remember she would ring we lollipops to the theater but it was into very long run but i did not know that i knew that that was gallagher in sheen right there were a guarantor sure absolutely anand pat gallagher with us a deadly mr she was that the sunshine boys was that was caused live among me litter a mixture of them and smith unveiled out yeah right right right here in our so that's good i mean i'm glad i know that now and i didn't remember i did meech cartel marks you know did yes and i don't remember why but he was very nice you know what i mean he was very accessible um so i he was going with a girl named erin fleming always come up on the show many times yoyou said story i know no i knew erin fleming because.

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