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How Your Favorite Movies Reveal God With Frank Turek
"Folks, I'm excited. I get to talk to a friend of mine, Frank turret. He has written a book with his son, evidently, Frank Turk has written a book with Zach turret. It's called Hollywood heroes, brand new book, Hollywood heroes, how your favorite movies reveal God Frank Turk. Welcome to the program and how does young Frankenstein reveal God? It's always great being with you, Eric. What a question. I always want to start out with a real jerk question. This is a Frankenstein book because it's my son and I together doing it, and he's actually now 34 years old in the air force. And already seminary grad, and he's a movie buff. So he said, dad, we got to do a book on movies, how they all point to the ultimate hero Jesus. They said, we're on. Let's do it. Well, a good movie, you know, has to conform to the laws of reality and to the laws of narrative and whatever. And there's no way you escape pointing to God since he's the author of reality. But most people don't know that, which is why you wrote a book about it called Hollywood heroes. Exactly. And we go through the big superhero movies, Eric, we're going through Captain America, Iron Man, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Batman, Star Wars Wonder Woman, and they all point to the ultimate hero Jesus. Superman's in there as well, by
"frankenstein" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Oh run the doctor said to allow fifteen minutes not one second more or less side. The frankenstein castle villagers as well as our banging on the door to open. Shumar villagers pickup camped and hold out his arm newsom as trying to break through the door. I it's fine dry. I strive kyw star done and they all the villages around in no time. Almost time villagers find their way down into the for. Oh please just seconds they start. They start to undo all the machinery and pick up freddie who still unconscious man dow. It's the monster not can't be said put that man down. Just who do you think you are that you order these people. I am the monster. I see all monster for as long as i can remember. People have aided me they look at my face in my body and they run away in horror in my loneliest. I decided that if i couldn't aspire love which is my deepest hope i would instead cause fear. I live because this poor hall craze genius has given me life. He alone held an image of me as something beautiful and then when it would have been easy enough to stay out of danger used his own body as a guinea pig to give me a calmer brain and a slightly more sophisticated way of expressing myself. Of course this is an entirely different situation as leader this community man. I i be the first a phone by had internship. Thank you your entire now. This is all go to my head for my house for the to spun kick and vine and and shit to the yard as villagers exit inca i gore and the monster. Now listen to see. A frederick is even alive. Interior fredericks bedroom as freddie enters with being good in his arms. They have both in wedding attire. Alot mrs frankenstein on this frankenstein but if you name darling hold onto your hat. What i'll be right back. I'm holding onto it darling. Just a few now. Their names modern bedroom Sitting in bed reading the paper as was offensive Speaks to him from the bathroom. Honey honey. I hope it find daddy's little party too boring. I mean he did it just for you when he meant so well tell me you liked it. I don't mommy's just scatterbrains without a serious thought in her head but you love her. Just a little bit don't you. I'm ready for bed sweetheart. Almost done honey. Did you see. I put a special hamper in the bedroom. Just for your shirts and the other one is for socks. Poo poo on these.
"frankenstein" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Young young. Yeah y'all ready without. Any emotion smashed violin over his knee and institute back to the pilots. Thank you very much. Well if you're sure that i could accomplish everything in a week. I suppose i could manage it. Why did you do that. What right dead old women's violin. I didn't do that. The violinist you smashed violin over her. Your knee i didn't do that. Why would i do a thing like that. Are you insane. Mentioned on the screen reads the first sign of split personality now. Ready in air. France feldstein are standing on the corner. All right then. I suppose i o the family that much. Have everything ready for me. When i arrive. Yes one week at the most one week. I'll see to it so well. Thank you very much for all your trouble. Talk all a great privilege. Doctor saturday night. Then i'll take the train to new york and and fly from there saturday night. Yes have a pleasant journey train station freddie with a large suitcase in the small Stance next to a lot of steam behind which there appears to be a reading train. Oh my sweet darling. Oh my tourists love. I'll count the hours that you're away. Oh my darling. So i not on the lips. What i'm going to that party at nanan nikki's later. I don't want to smear my lipstick. Oh you understand. Of course dear. Well i guess this is it freddie darling. Oh how can i say in a few minutes. But it's taken me a lifetime to understand. Try right got it. Mr. i'm yours all of me. What else can i say. Suite of the hair. The hair just been said sorry. I hope you like an old fashioned wedding. I prefer old fashioned wedding nights. Oh you're incorrigible. Does that mean you love me. You bet your boots it does. I love taffeta darling. Taffeta sweetheart no. The dress taffeta wrinkles so easily. Oh all abroad there's that horrid man again hurry now before i make a fool of myself nails sorry goodbye darling. By freddie darnay just say on this one straight from me Did i don concern. Should be at okay Do you do harry. He was at it again. So what do you want me to do about it. And every day and led him next. Everybody out for new york hon. Suspicion so i'll haven't talk seen seem not jaz zad. Add a stand. Board transylvania pardon me boy. Is this the transylvania station tactical. Oh can i give you a shine. Thanks exterior train station frankenstein. Frankenstein hip putting me on. No it's pronounced frankenstein. Also say screw. Drink no frederick well. Why isn't it fro drink frankenstein. It isn't frederick frankenstein. i see. You must be eager now. It's pronounced i gore. Told me was eager will. They're wrong that you were sent here by air. Fox weren't you yes. My grandfather used to work for your grandpa. How nice of the rates have gone up. Of course of course. I'm sure we'll get along splendidly. I you know. I don't mean to embarrass you but rather billion surgeon. Perhaps i can help you out with that. Phnom hump what hopped. let's go. allow me master. Thanks very much. What this way exterior nearby road. You'll be more comfortable in the ria. Oh for that low. He seen thought you might be needed. A laboratory assistant temporarily. Oh would you like to say hey. Roll exterior road later. Sometimes on the fate of lightning just an atmospheric discharge afraid of ood. Where will ask that costs. are you talking that way. I thought you wanted to know. I don't want to. I'm easy. Well is oh standard of frankenstein castle record knocks on the big door knocker. It's knockers. Talk that's right. That's all right there. There i am flab lucas. Step steady. how do you do. I'm dr frankenstein. This is my assistant. Inga may i present frau buca. What's got into them. You'll rooms have been prepared head doctor. If you will follow me please. Igor would you bring the bags as soon as you finish. Please staff after you from luca. Follow me please. Stick lost physican. Does the staff case can be treacherous. Interior freddie's bedroom and this is your home. It was your grandfather. Victor see well. There seemed to be quite a few books. This victims the barons medical library and whereas my grandfather's private library. I don't know what you mean sir. Well these books are all very general. Any doctor might have them in his study. This is the only library. I know dr franken stolen franck and gene. Well we'll see good night dr for a brandy before retiring. No thank you..
"frankenstein" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Shit air folk scene. You must go at once and presents dr frankenstein. With all the details of his sheraton's estate will provide you for your journey. I just had waldman. This is a travesty. If the beloved great grandson cared anything to all for the house of frankenstein he would have shown it by being here with those of us who still have some respect. I think we should completely disregard the afterthoughts of very very old man. The foundations of civilization rest upon the adherence of the law and the law is law cassettes. Cassettes are fox team. You have your instructions yes I have taken an oath. That each letter of the testament shall be executed by god shall be done Dissolve into medical area. Air fox signed finally enters into the balcony of the area packed with young medical students. A lecture is in progress if we look at the base of the brain which has just been removed from the skull. There's very little of the mid brain that we can actually see yet demonstrated in my lecture last week if the upper aspects of the temporal lobes are gently pulled apart. The upper portion of the stem of the brain can be seen. This so-called brain stem consists of the mid brain around protrusion called the ponds and a stock tapering downward towards called them. Do the oblong gotta which passes out the skull through the forum. Magnum becomes of course the spinal cord which brings us directly to the demonstration prepared for today. Are there any questions before we proceed. I have one question dr frankenstein. That's frankenstein. I beg your pardon. My name is pronounced frankenstein. I thought it was dr frankenstein. Noodle it's dr frankenstein. But aren't you the grandson of the famous doctor. Victor frankenstein performed such fascinating experimental actresses and calvinism. That's true but my grandfather. Victor was after all what we refer to as a goku. I prefer by far to be remembered my own small contributions to science. Now we can proceed to your questions. Well start. i'm not sure. I understand the distinction between reflexive and voluntary nerve impulses. Pretty good since our lab work. Today's demonstration of justice distinction. Why don't we perceive. i'm pretty patient lying operating table Stands near the patient next and small table instruments. What are we actually talking about. When we use the term brain you're talking about a cauliflower may have the cauliflower police. We make a small slid down the center of this cauliflower ever so gently gently please pull it apart. We should find with any luck at all. A stock of celery. What did you get this cauliflower officer. Didn't you prepare it with the seller before my lecture. Yes sir but i must have taken the wrong one when we came up trying to make me look like an idiot. No sir it will never happen again. Here cauliflowers useless any with any normal cauliflower. We would have found a stock of celery or brain stem which brings us to the practical application of our study. Mr hilltop here. But with whom i have never worked or given any prior instructions to has graciously offered his services for this afternoon's demonstration. Mr hilltop have we ever met each other before this afternoon. No sir tell them no sir. We haven't do. I lie which you be so kind enough to hop on your table and stand beside the stable. Mr hilltop Top gets off the table and stands mr hilltop. Would you raise your left knee please. He does you have just witnessed a voluntary nerve impulse it begins. The stimulus from the cerebral cortex passes through the brain stem and then into the particular muscle involved mr hilltop. You may low. Your knee reflects movements are those which are made independently of the will but are carried out on pathways which passed. Between the periphery and the central system. You filthy rotten yellow gets pokes his need close to mr taunts walls. We are not aware of impulses. Neither do we intend them to contract our muscles yet as you can see. They work by themselves now. Then modern research has shown us that by simply applying a local pressure of blocking the nerve impulse. We can which can be done. With any ordinary metal clamp freddy reaches out and stand. Call some handsome of ice clamp for freddie holds mr trump standing behind mr pumps ears just at the swelling of the posterior nerve root for say five or six seconds. Why you other grabby bastard interrupts as close to know about this time. Incentive doesn't move. He almost ready to pass out. All communication is shut off or group of muscles with some loss of skin sensation area supplied by that nerve in spite of our mechanical magnificence. If there's not continuous stream of impulses we would collapse. Lake a bunch of broccoli freddie removes the men of glam from the dumps him still talk crusts tearful give an extra dollar. yes our inclusion. It should be noted that more than common injury to the nerve roots is always serious because once a nerve fiber is to severed there is no way to regenerate life back into it. Are there any more questions before we leave. Dr frankenstein. is it true. That darwin preserved a piece of vermicelli glass case until by some extraordinary means it actually began to move with voluntary motion. Piece of what a vermicelli are you speaking of the worm or a the spaghetti why the worms are in science. You must be very precise. It can spell the difference between life and death. I don't want that fellow class next semester. Yes sir he has a big mouth yes it seems to me that i did something about that incident a student. We have to remember that a worm with very few exceptions is not a human being. But wasn't that whole basis of your grandfather's work sir though reanimation of component parts a sick man. But aren't you the least bit curious about a doctor. Doesn't the secret of life. Hold any intrigued to you. You are talking about the gibberish ravings of a lunatic mind. Yes but if i could be accomplished wouldn't that eliminate disease from the human frame and render man involuntary to anybody violent death you young men a nineteen sir. Nineteen dear young man. Once the human organism has ceased to function nature has deemed that creature to be dead. The look at what's been done with hearts and kidneys hearts and kidneys are tinker toys. I'm talking about the central nervous system. But sar i am a scientist philosopher scandal. You have more chance of re animating this knife. Then you have amending a broken.
"frankenstein" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Occurred strict bolt of lightning in distant rainy. And old frankenstein castle. Last we knew and loved is eliminate another bolt of lightning We then going to studying in open coffin rests in the tech table. Do not see it's time. Dense is a camera slowly circles. The constant for a better view clock chimes one two three four. We're almost facing the front of the clock. Five six seven eight cameras stops now moves up to sam. Line them nine. Ten eleven twelve Half of the still clinging to the wax bomb The first half is decayed skull below Blogosphere skeleton who's bone extinguished thing to a metal box and we just to grasp the metal box box halfway out of a coffin. This skeleton fingers rising involuntarily with the box then as of by force of will skeleton's fingers grab the box in places where it was now the hand using the other using its other hand grabs the box bats. the skeleton's fingers skeleton no longer resists Did you cornelius wallman. Who's a hands. We've just seen now cares box. Small table he takes a tiny key out of his vest pocket and begins to unlock the metal box. Nine people watching closely. They are seated in chairs. The study waiting to hear the contents of both fought frankenstein's will their dressed in. Turn of the century transylvania cornelius walden stumbles baloch in bidding strange runs as he tries to open up the nature of the face potential aaron scenes from frustration or anger. Full for tool at rip. That adds hurry idiot. Tori client high seventy years another three or four seconds. One another three or four seconds. I could be dead by then or left out. Just let them try. I'll take care of him own. Mommy i hardly remember. Did the baron really like me. When i was a child like a father into your wreckage was some type of much corn while finding wa opens the law. He takes out bill. Bertrand puts his glasses on sputters a few times and then begins to rain. I know fort frankenstein. In this by eighty third year of life do hereby make publish and declared the following statements as four my last will and testament and i direct my executor cornelius waldman to inform and assemble those persons previously divulged to him that they may here in my own voice the final disposition of property such disposition to commercial at the hour of twelve o clock of one of my of my one hundredth birthday if all the conditions hair to four set have been met now then he wants more and for the last time the authenticity of my own voice roaming newswoman nonce to clerk Steam who was stamp who standing nearby air foggy in places on need on an old toy and onto an ra spinning record it scratches begins to play. How do you stay where here. Just talk right into my close enough all right. All right proud name frankenstein. The name of frankenstein has been dragged by my oldest son. Victor into abyss shane. There was a time when the name frankenstein conjured dreams of virtue of ana and devotion. Now no guilt no malignant. No misery can be found to equal my and the catalog of sins of my wants to voted son will not cease to rancor in my wounds until death shall close them forever so supremely frightful as the site of any human endeavor to buck stupendous mechanism of the creator of the world. Which gal that they sure. Rancor my wounds i'll kill you. Screw the sub shop. Now has the Deposition abaya state to my cousins heinrich and agatha and my cousin walter and his wife and the and my niece and my did nephew wolfgon. And lastly to my cherish old friend marnie and her charming daughter anesthesia. All of you. In equal share ans- i hereby give and devise and bequeaths absolutely and without any reservation whatsoever. Oh property of every sort and description whether real personal or mixed to which my state shall be entitled. Everyone begins hugging each other unless they all look up. Some leave them. They're hugging scratch. Scratch scratch the needle has reached the end of the first side. Fucking steam lifts the arm determined the record over seventy eight unless my only male my great grandson frederick whom i'd never seen but who is at this time of this recording ten years of age and residing in america with my granddaughter casten as by his own free will embrace medicine as his career in acquainted himself with some measure of steam bent him. I believe everything. My castle together with its laboratory. It's public private library and old notes in journals containing their in on acquainted surrounding my state plus all income and principal thereof in the fond. Hope that yet. Another frankenstein. Shall if dr sam name to our eminence of dignity and sanity that it once enjoyed as for my dear friends and relations should this ladder improbability come to be. I know that. I have your complete understanding for the road of salvation and repentance must be paved up the avenue of my soul and not up yours yours up yours up yours up your fm. Steve moves the needle from the finishing finishing record. L. fox dean. Did you inform frederick frankenstein of this assembly and all the particulars of the time in place. I did so. But i received a cable. Only this morning saying that he could not be aware of the importance of this occasion. Yes sir he was but he said he would be obligated to lecture at johns hopkins. University lecture could be more important than the will of barron beaufort frankenstein functional areas of the cerebral in relation to the skull. I excuse me. Mr waldman excuse me for interrupting but is frederick than a medical doctor. Yes my dear he is and has. He achieved any special degree of eminence years. The fifth leading authority in his field. Oh.
"frankenstein" Discussed on Before, Behind and Between
"Has many traditions and customs. Of course there's pumpkin carving creative toll and finding an assembly that ideal costume adorning our homes with decorations and treats for many halloween indeed. The entire month of october is time for scary movies. There are slasher films are a monster. Movie hitchcock type thrillers. Lucky guy who gets an entire. John ryan his name. Zombie movies movies involving religious or cultish phenomena at a seemingly endless list of frankenstein film for me. The nineteen thirties versions of frankenstein. And the bride of frankenstein both starring. Boris karloff our must see films every october. But did you know. There's an even older version of frankenstein. Nineteen ten black and white silent simply called frankenstein by mary. Shelley and produced by the thomas a edison company with a running time of under fourteen minutes. It's billed as a liberal version of shelley's original story. it's eerie perhaps. Do large part to the silent nature of the pill costumes also tempted to look creepy or a hundred or one hundred and ten years ago while there is no karloff in this picture. It's still rings as a classic while around the topic. A few final notes on boris karloff. Whose real name was william henry. Pratt karloff was an accomplished actor born in eighteen. Eighty seven to parents whose ancestry is found in england. India segment of vocal presence was his list. Something he was forever self-conscious oval yet is list. Gave him a conspicuous defining audible legacy notably as the narrator in the christmas animated classic about the grinch who stole christmas. He was also an active volunteer for social causes notably working with children's disabilities and he'd lived for a time in the prairie province of schedule in canada. Fun stuff about the man who played frankenstein and even more fun stuff about the edison production of frankenstein by mary shelley. Which you can find on youtube. Visit.
Frankenstein Director James Whale Found Inspiration WW1
"The director of Frankenstein. That was James whale. We did an episode of mysteries and scandals on him. Very interesting guy, very English guy, very smart, very artistic, very gay. Studied art as a kid. He enlisted in the British Army, became an officer in World War I, that he was captured by the Germans and it was there of all places during his time as a prisoner of war that he realized, you know what? I'm interested in human drama. I'm gonna make stories about people interacting with in this dramatic dramatic positions they're in in life. I don't know what he saw, what he went through, but that's what he got out of it. Good for
"frankenstein" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Bodies at some point. How does one do a soul transference just for the just just for my friend? Yeah, yeah, you're just not for me just for everybody wanted to know. Well, want while they didn't quite figure it out. Okay. Surprise surprise. But we know dippel in one of his sources he talks about using a funnel to move the soul into another body. I like which, I mean, it makes perfect sense. To me? Tip it up into the funnel into the other one, bought a big one of them. We're done. Still transference the old funnel method. I like that very simple. Well, so all of this brings us back almost to our starting point, which is just to list something. Diple born in castle Frankenstein. Super interested in soul transference. This is like all the ingredients. Is there a connection? Between. You know, Mary Shelley and her doctor Frankenstein. And Johan Conrad dimple, who seems to fit the bill to a certain degree. Is there any sense that there's a connection there? I really hope there is. Because it's just too good a story for it not to be connected. And I think that's why scholars are continuing to debate it all the freaking time, because it's just, it's too good. It's also just kind of amazing to think that, you know, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is a work of fiction. And here we're real life people doing it, you know? This pursuit in the novel isn't at all removed from the pursuit of actual people that we're living at one point in time. Some Frankenstein scholars point to one more piece of evidence. We do know that Mary Shelley was traveling in a village nearby Frankenstein castle was a place to visit in the same way castles are today. It's not impossible that she met someone in town and they were like, hey, you're going to Frankenstein castle. Weird dude that lived there once. Scholars will probably never stop debating. Whether castle Frankenstein is where Mary Shelley's Frankenstein came from. Or if dipple inspired her doctor. But either way, when you look at the text, there's no denying some similarities. When you think about what dipple was pursuing in terms of he was, you know, he went about it and grotesque way, but he was looking for the elixir of life. He was looking for this universal cure. And in the same way, Frankenstein, the doctor, Frankenstein is in awe of this creation. But then it very quickly kind of turns into this sublime. This horrific awe, this thing that is amazing and horrific simultaneously. And there's an interesting connection there with like alchemists because alchemists, you know, they are constantly looking for enlightenment. But when you look at the case of dipp, it's sort of it's a very easy to see the sort of horrific side of it, you know, taking animal parts, cutting up cadavers. It's amazing and it's also horrific and that was what.
"frankenstein" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"On a hill overlooking the village of darmstadt Germany. There's a castle. It's in ruins now. Only two towers and a chapel remain intact. The rest is just crumbling rock. Arches that lead to nowhere, windows without glass. But more than 300 years ago, in the 1600s, this castle was home to the von Frankenstein family. And on August 10th, in 1673, a child was born here. A child who would grow up to become a wild, brilliant, even dangerous experimenter. What you might today call. A matte scientist. I'm Dylan theras, and this is Alice obscura. A celebration of the world's strange, incredible, and terrifying places. How do you do? Today, we are about to unfold the story of Frankenstein. We'll visit the real castle Frankenstein and meet the actual mad scientist who was born there. A man of science who sought to create a man after his own image. Without reckoning upon God. He's one of the strangest deals ever tools. We'll learn about album. Powders, potions, poisons. And we'll hear the story of one man's quest, for enlightenment. To conquer life and death. I think it will three you. Welcome the Halloween week on Atlas obscura. Our.
"frankenstein" Discussed on Worst Collection Ever
"Descendants in recent years include a late the late bores frankenstein who created a short lived. Duplicate of the silver surfer. Wait so was it. Like a flashback. Or did he create another monster in addition to silver surfer. It makes it sound like he created silver surfer or a silver surfer. Which i'd have to go back and read that. I'm curious about that. Now baroness frankenstein. Baroness victoria frankenstein. Eras to the family's ancestral title in veronica frankenstein. A surgeon biophysicist. None of these people are direct descendants of victor frankenstein who died childless but are descended instead from near relatives of victors. So that's the deal with frankenstein's monster Some stats eight feet tall. Three twenty five. It's pretty it's pretty light actually for an eight foot tall dude you figure like a lot of i mean he's not he's not a big linebacker big wineman type but he's pretty leaned pretty mean lean is brown hair brown. I disagree that hair. Looks read to me or definitely burgundy. In addition to his great of strength level frankenstein's monster possesses superhuman strength which enables him to lift or press over four thousand pounds known superhuman powers in addition to his great strength frankenstein's monster has unusually high resistance to pain and injury and the ability to heal from injuries rapidly. So whatever frankenstein did to animate corpse apparently so because it would said that he knows how to work on selling regenerate regeneration are keeping from cellular degeneration. So i guess that makes sense though. Such weapons as bullets knives and fire could harm him. They do so much lesser extent than they went to ordinary humans. Intense cold does not kill him but instead places the monster in the state of suspended animation. From which you can be revived by heat. Due to the monsters us unique body chemistry he suffers no physical damage by putting by being put into suspended animation in this fashion and That's is the entry We have some other pictures here. One of which i believe is his creation of birth photo. Agha's of him Coming to life and attacking. Dr frankenstein off of a table here. we also got him appearing to being attacked by like people but like he is saving a woman from a log or he's about to throw log while standing over woman he's also tending to a woman so he's he's being being pretty chill here and then we got one where It looks like he's being attacked by like squat. Lately the newsboy legion like some really gnarly looking nudes. But he's just looks like some villages are just attacking him and he's standing tall. So that is it for frankenstein's monster probably for halloween. I think that makes sense. And i learned some stuff today. I didn't learn to. He can start a podcast and career and Probably be accessible frankenstein. The actual if we'd really really effort one came to find out that frankenstein was monster was real and to. He can spin a yarn like no one none other. We would definitely be listening to that. Podcast it would be hot joint. Who'd be a hot joint. Spotify will be all over that to.
"frankenstein" Discussed on Worst Collection Ever
"Finding his corpse aboard the ship was repentant and intended to commit suicide expansion for his crimes but instead the monster was frozen within ice and went into suspended animation in eighteen eighteen. The writer mary shelley published. Walton's account of frankenstein as frankenstein or the modern prometheus. And she was a she allow the public to think. The book was a work of fiction in eighteen. Ninety eight walton's great grandson found the monster who had been revived by heat. Somebody placed a copy of the dvd heat on him and he came back to life. The monster wandered europe for time. The creature suffered injury to his vocal chords in a clash with the vampire dracula leaving him. Unable to speak. That's a bomber man. Because i didn't realize he was able to speak in the first place at lisa's version and Now now he can't. And that's that's a man i mean this podcast and career on never take off that's that's a tragedy frankenstein's monster once again and found suspended animation within ice but was revived. What's again in recent years one of frankenstein's ascendance veronica operated on the creatures learning so that once again. He's able to speak good for him. I'm glad glad to hear. That was kind of bummed out that he wasn't able to speak. You know that he. He had the opportunity to speak and then he couldn't but now he does. And now you're gonna explain. I'm a monster and don't be afraid of me. I'm pretty hip. I like the same records you do. Don't join me. The whereabouts activities of the frankenstein monster are unknown. Note frankenstein's monster should not be confused with two other creatures which were constructed to be virtually identical to him and appearance. The first depicted in x. Men number forty was a robotic android which was apparently built by some aliens for some unknown purpose and which has been destroyed so aliens be out there. No one would frankenstein. It looks like they're big fans and they built one just for the hell of it and let wolverine or whoever Cyclops shoot it. The second depicted in invaders over thirty one Was created from parts of dead human bodies by dr basil frankenstein for use by nazi germany. This creature apparently destroyed itself in a leap from a great height. Sounds like when you when you play. Lego and Lego logo games. And you jump. Do you have a big guy jump off a cliff. And then they hit the ground and They kind of go in they fall apart. And it's It's a lot of fun i imagine. That's what happened. The history of frankenstein's monster has been inextricably linked to with that of victor frankenstein's descendants many of whom became scientists among them. Are vincent frankenstein who died in nine. Eighteen ninety eight after an encounter with the monster and his son. Basil frankenstein who was killed in nineteen forty two by his own monstrous creation..
"frankenstein" Discussed on Worst Collection Ever
"So. I dunno anyways pieces go human corpses frankenstein's extraordinary genius enabled him to discover a means of preventing cellular degeneration in the body parts. He he used and overcome the human body's tendency to reject parts transplanted from another finally using the means that remain unvieled unrevealed. Frankenstein brought his chretien to life terrified and revolted by the grotesque creature. Once he had come to life frankenstein abandoned him. He should saw that comment. I mean you're putting this together you kind of have an idea what's gonna look like in the fact that comes to life is just a bad at bonus but i mean you already knew what we were getting into. So why are you freaking out at the begin with anyway. Why why he should have just been like. Nah have just got to the point where he puts his mazar together and just goes. It's not working out. And then he could have saved himself trouble of having to create good. Get all the the means to do so which you know according to the movies or whatever it looks like you know. He's using electricity or whatever but Yeah i know kinda hypocritical. If you ask me the bewilder monster wandered off. Although the mazdas brain had once belonged to a living human the monster had none of that humans in memories and at first was as ignorant as an infant huge slamming. Infants right there. However the monster was highly intelligent and not only learn to survive on its own but also learned through human rapidly learned human language through secretly observing people within months of monsters could speak intelligently as any human being that. I didn't realize that this was a thing that the monster could do in the marvel universe. I apparently is extremely loquacious. So a good for him he could. He could be a podcast ride. Do better than i'm doing right now. But the monster was anguished over the fact that it's repellent physical appearance isolated from the human race as attempts to prevent people were met with fear hatred and violence infuriated by total rejection The monster wanted vengeance and all humanity and on frankenstein in particular but after murdering frankenstein. Yeah but after matter-of-fact designed young younger brother william will will frankenstein guys. The monster confronted frankenstein and requested that he created made for him. The monster Promised that he and his mate would go far from human civilization. Live happily together franken. I began working on a female creature but fearing that the two creatures would become parents of a race of monsters that terrorize humankind. Frankenstein destroy the female creature before bringing her to life man. That's a bummer. Who who's who's frankenstein. Dr frankenstein to judge that monsters are going to be created. He i mean if anything he should you know is the monster just reanimated or does he have like functioning organs and like i guess sperm. You know in this case. So he's he's got. This boys can swim. Do we know that for certain. Does dr frankenstein now for certain. I think that's that's definitely presumptuous. And also very tragic that he destroyed his mate and rage the male monster caused the deaths of frankenstein's friend henry clear volvo and of frankenstein's wife elizabeth pursuing the creature into the arctic. Frankenstein fell victim to cold. Fatigue and hunger he was brought aboard the ship of captain robert walton to whom he told his life story before dying while abroard hit the monster finding his so he got so. So dr frankenstein got got his. He suffered he suffered and that makes me feel better them somehow sympathizing with the monster here because we're all monsters. Aren't we know we're not the monster..
"frankenstein" Discussed on Worst Collection Ever
"But he's got he's got red red hair or knuckling fair. He's got this awesome. I guess you call it this alpaca vest that he's wearing he's also wearing a nice Looks like a thermal shirt. that's purple like color and just pants. Those are the where it kinda kinda kinda. Don't really dig it. Because he's just got the belt with the pants belt. Excuse me a rope holding up his pants so not really something. I would appreciate but You know he's got boots as well that have like these blue straps on them and You know the boots are brown as as is best so Yeah he's got a. He's got a certain look to him. He's not he's not what you normally think is frankenstein but he kind of looks like You know like like a like a fashion week frankenstein. I guess you would say you know if you came out. And it's like frankenstein for the two. Thousands or reagan's died for you know the eighties. He looks hip. Even though actually more i would say he came out. And i would say this is the seventies he came out and so that being said What else we have on this page here We got him Doing a he's doing a a he just threw a strike and he's knocking back. I guess looks like Some sort of shaman. Looking fellow Not the alpha flight shaman. But like just a like an indian shaman kinda guy and he's like he just gave a nice hearty strike to this fellow so let's look at the stats here really none frankenstein's monster god damnit occupation none or monster if you want to want to say that or or eighties fashion plate. I guess you can say publicly known but generally believed to be a fictional character Legal status none other current. Aliases which just cover that. Place of creation in goal stott bavaria. Now in west. Germany sees a german dude..
"frankenstein" Discussed on Worst Collection Ever
"While the tradition of rohatyn move random selections of the official handbook of the marvel universe. Deluxe edition here on the west lecture. Feed nother wonky week this week so we are here to do another episode of this Kind of side hustle podcasts. That i do severally where i opened up. The official handbook of the marvel universe deluxe edition my omnibus. And i just read a selection from there and talk about it. Try to make it funny or try to at least make it interesting. I don't know that's up for you. Guys aside i we really if you guys have any thoughts on these I've done a few done a month of these. And then i've done a few of these after that so Just let me know. Janice thank worse collection ever g mail dot com or you can Twitter us said Atch eight angry hero sean. I think at agra sean or add jen stanfield on twitter and instagram. and you can Let us know what you think but let's go ahead and get into it because i am actually curious. I wonder if i could pick something. I like picking short ones in weird ones because of the main characters everybody knows about the main characters but to get something a little bit unique care so let's see what i pull up with. Let's see i last week. Last time i did this. I did tigra and think prior to that. I did some. I think it was the big man. So i don't why do seven that's Maybe doing this. I don't know let's see here. We go one two three okay where we for halloween frankenstein's meeane stir As as it is We talk about the pictures in this this book kinda talk about what we see here and this one is only two pager. So that's kind of cool. I kinda dig that. It doesn't give me a lot. I'm not very good at sometimes. I'm not very good at reading so reading out loud. So it's it's kind of better for me just to talk about what i've seen so frankenstein's monster usually known as frankenstein to a lot of people. But as it is frankenstein's monster is the proper description because he's technically dr frankenstein's creation and he is yeah as even says here and other current. Aliases often incorrectly. Called simply frankenstein by the public. That is really the name of his creator we We need to make sure we get this right but some name put some put some put some respect on this guy's name here so Start off with here frankenstein's monster picture here. We got just tim. Standing here wearing a nice comfy fuzzy outfit Like fuzzy vest. And it's you know it's kind of it here in colorado it just kind of finally got to be cold ish for the fall season and He's kinda nice furry vest on and i do. I do appreciate it I'm kind of jealous of him right now but i do like the way he looks here is standing here. He's got White skin he's not. He doesn't look like frankenstein that you know. He's not green with flat top and he's wearing not wearing a black suit or whatever. He is In this case is a pale-skinned monster Giant man With red human hair. Or can i call human hair..
"frankenstein" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Was caused by volcanic eruption that happened halfway around the world in indonesia and it affected weather all over the world. The marion her friends did not know that at the time stuck inside for days at a time she and her friends would sit around the fire and tell each other german ghost stories. This gave byron the idea to challenge his guests to each write their own ghost story at first. Mary couldn't think of a story. She was starting to become anxious. Then when evening. The conversation turned the idea that it might be possible to somehow. Bring the dead back to life at the time. Scientists were experimenting with frogs and had found that dead frogs legs would twitch if an electrical charge was run through them. They call this galvin ism and it would be the inspiration for mary's ghost story. She began writing that night staying up well past midnight. That goes story is the same one. We talked about at the beginning of the episode frankenstein. Mary thought this would just be a short story. That should share with her friends but personally encouraged her to keep writing and frankenstein became mary's first novel. We've already talked about how frankenstein was actually the doctor who created the monster in the book but another thing that might surprise you as that the monster wasn't actually a bad guy at first either in the book that hulking green creature was indeed scary to the people he met after he ran away from dr frankenstein but he really just wanted to learn about them and live his life. In fact the monster secretly helps a poor family by gathering firewood for them in clearing the snow from their walkway at night he hides in a shed and watches them for months. He learns language from them. He sees how kind and supportive. They are towards each other and starts to think of them as friends but when he tries to talk to one of them the family is terrified and attacks him the creature only becomes a real monster after he realizes that people will always fear and chase him away because of how different he looks in a way the stories about how people treat others who are different from them and what. It's like to feel like you don't belong. Everyone feels out of place sometimes and it's important to be kind to those who look or act differently from us after she wrote frankenstein. Mary shelley went on to write several other novels and short stories as well as books about her travels. She carried on writing and editing in order to support her family. She worked hard to make sure that her husband's poetry continued to be printed and that her son had a good education and a good life. Her son percy loved mary dearly and.
"frankenstein" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Have you heard of frankenstein. Maybe you've seen this pretend monster in movies or books. He's often depicted as being tall and strong with dark hair. Green skin and stitches holding him together since he was created by dr frankenstein. That's where frankenstein actually got his name from the mad scientist. Who created him. Dr frankenstein farewell leave you. And then the last of humankind whom these is will ever behold farewell frankenstein. These are the lines from the novel. Frankenstein written around two hundred years ago. That's how old the story of frankenstein is. Did you also know that. The novel is one of the most famous pieces of writing in history. Now let's take a closer look at the woman behind. The novel named mary. Shelley mary shelley was born in london in seventeen ninety seven. Her mother was a philosopher and writer named mary wollstonecraft and her father. William godwin was a philosopher novelist and journalist both their parents were well-known thinkers who challenged how things worked in the late eighteenth century mary. Wollstonecraft spoke out for women's rights and william godwin criticized the british government system especially the monarchy. Which means a country. Run by kings and queens. Sadly mary's mother died shortly after she was born. This left william to raise mary along with her older. Half sister fanny alone. Her father wrote a book about his wife and later mary was able to read it later. She also read the books. Her mother had written and was brought up cherishing. Her memory overall mary's earliest years were happy ones. Mary's father gave her an education that was different for her time. Mary briefly attended a boarding school. But for most of her childhood she had a governess and a daily tutor. Her father william also taught her about a wide range of subjects. William ran a publishing company and mary grew up surrounded by the books games and maps that the company sold. She learned roman and greek history by reading the books her father published. Her father also had a large library and many interesting well educated friends who marry got to meet and interact with a few of these friends. Were very well known. Such as the poet. Samuel taylor coleridge and the former vice president of the united states. Aaron burr william also enjoyed taking his children on field trips as part of their education. Mary enjoyed learning. And this homeschooling arrangement worked well for her. When she was fifteen her father described her as singularly bold somewhat imperious and active of mind. Her desire for knowledge is great and her perseverance. In everything she undertakes is almost invincible. In other words she was curious dedicated. And maybe a little stubborn mary. I met the poet and philosopher. Percy bish shelley. When she was in her late teens he was a friend of her father's would visit the family often. Mary and percy began meeting each other secretly. Had her mother's grave in the churchyard of saint pancras old church. Eventually they fell in love. The couple secretly left.
MTG Launches 'Fire Fauci' Campaign Over Alleged Knowledge of COVID-19 Origins
"Instead of being at some swanky fundraiser instead of Hanging out with the cool kids from the establishment media where was monitoring the green. Yesterday i went to the senate hearing dongo mouth for your congress woman. That's right that's right. So you took the time to go to the senate absolutely listen to absolutely because i have been after dr fallacy i entered is the fire faculty act which i'm proud to have fourteen co-sponsors now people are finally getting onto it because rand. Paul is also revealing the truth. Dr fao Funded the gain function research in the wuhan lab. Just like rand. Paul said through a cutout. That's right through cut out. It went. They're funded this gain of function which is exactly what dr fao wanted to happen gain. A function is so dangerous. It creates bioweapons. Gain function took this virus that's transmitted between animals. Gain of function means it gives it a function that it becomes a virus transmitted between humans. So let's just reiterate this because it's the ma. This is like the fancy verbiage of the scientists gain of function. Dr franken frankenstein science. That's really this is what it is. Because you're taking a virus. And this is what senator paul made clear. And you're actually making a bad virus. Even deadlier evil. You're making it evil. This was a virus that just was transmitted between bats not harmful for humans. It didn't hurt humans at all and it shouldn't have hurt humans. Dr pfau chief funded it with our tax dollars in order for this virus to be able to not only make people sick but to kill people that is called a bio
AJ Reluctantly Defends Lin Manuel Miranda
"I wanted to share with you that my sister and I rose, we sat down and we watched Lin-Manuel Miranda, wait wait, I'm sorry, let me go back. His new movie in the heights. Now I'm not a huge movie musical fan. And I really don't like Lin mallin Lin Manuel and Miranda. I think he's a very talented dude. I can't believe the songs he put together for Hamilton. And even this. Writing is difficult in itself, but writing musicals and rhyming things. Man, I know what happens when you're asked while you just write a story, but what he has been doing is remarkable. I still don't like him because he's a liberal prick. But I do appreciate the passion and the culture in that New York City neighborhood Washington heights, which is when my brother in law Jack was from, I said, we got to see this. Let's just see it. I didn't even read anything about it. I want to know not touch on the movie. HBO Max. Now, the word is that Lin-Manuel Miranda did a bad job of representing the racial diversity of Washington heights, especially that neighborhood in which the movie is set. Okay, look, I know there are plenty of black folks there, plenty. But this was Lin-Manuel Miranda's vision and you can no longer have a personal vision if it doesn't satisfy the fucking Frankenstein mop. I don't like to stick up for people I don't like. But in this case, let the guy make the fucking movie he wants to
What In the Heights Melissa Barrera Learned by Playing an Iconic Character
"The first time. I spoke with melissa bed. She was getting a lot of buzz for her role in either and i walked away from that interview. Certain that melissa star was only going to rise. And that one day i'd be able to say at interviewed a mega talent when she was still sharing an apartment with a roommate and doing self taped auditions in a corner. That day has arrived sooner than i'd imagined. Melissa is no sparkling on the big screen as vanessa in in the heights. A role that has taken. Melissa backed her musical theater roots and forced her. Summon the confidence that is. Owed a login triple threat melissa. I am so excited to see you again. Oh my gosh you remember that coroner where selves our that is crazy. It's doing a half years two and a half years. Okay okay link of an ira legit. I loved in the heights. I watched it two times back to back. I did all cried sheets of fears so fine. But let's start at the beginning. Tell me about your audition for the film. The first time. That auditioned for the movie. I had just booked vina. I went back to mexico city after shooting the pilot to get my visa stopped at the consulate and to close out my apartment in mexico city to tackle stuff because i was like definitely now moving to la. And i got the self state requests while. I was in mexico city and i freaked out because i was like. Who's going to help me do this software in english. Who's going to help me play the piano for me. How i had a couple of my friends come and they helped with the scenes. And then i had our orchestra director for when i did young frankenstein in mexico helped me with the piano and i must have sang in. Won't be long now Like seventy times. Because i just hated it.
"frankenstein" Discussed on Horror Vein
"The way they present it right. What he was presenting was just like i. I don't know how to take that. There's no how did he even it just. It just seemed like oh we can do the special effects so let's work it into the movie. yeah seems so random and it just. I didn't see. I didn't feel fit to well. That's all so. I know it'd be very hypercritical. I liked the film. I just. I wanted to ask you i totally. I totally agree with you. And it's like the weird scene you've ever seen and i think it's more of a character study than what its actual. You know the overlying tone of it okay. It's really hit. That's what pretorius is about. He's dat screwed up where he would think of something to where he could he in a glass jar. Yeah in a in a well. No he could grow people in a petri dish thrown. Okay yeah that's how screwed up. Is you know so. That's the only way. I could put it together and make sense. You know okay. Is it necessary to film now. E kurt a win some other direction but They have to understand James wales state of mind. I don't know if he was trying to say something in that scene I know what they were going. I know the doctor was trying to show the other day. You know frankenstein you know. Hey you need to trust me. You need to believe in me. And here's why here's some of my work you know. I'm not just some i mean. It was very bizarre. Unbelievable work was crazy. So but what they're doing but what they're about to do is crazy too. But i mean i i guess what i'm saying. I know what they were going for. I get it it just. It felt a little out of place. That's all so who movie really think about is totally out of place. I mean it's got some really great stuff in it. Yeah it's got some fantastic stuff in it. It's a very well made film but it has some crazy stuff in it does. And if you can believe that. Dr frankenstein survived that fall after he hits back although you know. It's a dummy after the end of frankenstein because he falls off the window. Yeah but a blade. Yeah it looks like his back breaks over. Because it's the dummy but right he falls hitting that blame falls which probably technically would saved his life right if he survived that fall in that have any kind of injury isn whenever he seem. Okay they bring him in thinking he's dead rugged is you know. I don't know that it just. I was going with their in all right with. Yeah but you could sit there and nit pick the film ago. Yeah it's got a lot of flaws to it. A lot of stuff doesn't make sense if you if you sit there and nitpick at it and So it's it's the type of movie were it's it's a classic it's great but if you really really dive into the yeah some. There's some really crazy. Unbelievable kind of weird stuff. Going on. And i think if i remember right they. They dive into that in gods and monsters k. James whale was having a lot of problems at the time but okay So i don't know no i. I know i know what you're saying. It's a really good movie. But it's weird very weird to point where you can't believe it like. I can't believe that he could do that right to the point that well. Can you believe that somebody could revive dead right. You know so. I thought like you said i'm going to believe that then. Growing somebody in. Yeah exactly and that's that's my point. When i really like about the film start off the film with mary shelley. Yeah of franken th right. I like that and she actually is the bride and the correct that now you could take it. You see yet is she. Yeah i think that's her. No you're you're right actress. Yeah but you but you could take it in the fact that maybe because she was actually telling the story you know it wasn't like something that actually happened. She was telling this story a stormy night. And it's something that she to novel she. I really enjoyed that that was. I love that. When i liked that scene was saying is what i'm saying. Is that if you think about it. Then maybe you could buy the small people because she was just telling story. Yeah but she. The movie doesn't end with her going. All what did you think of the story. They don't ever cut back to your so you so you forget about it but you could look at it at that fact that she's telling this fantastic story that she never wrote you know it's just an add on so they just kind of went crazy with. I thought i thought she wrote. Oh she didn't remember. She was always wasn't published. They were talking about frankenstein was they were talking about. Frankenstein was published yet. Okay now the bright brought this bride movie story. She was telling okay right. Okay no bride of frankenstein book. Gotcha okay just frankenstein. Okay now. I never read frankenstein. I don't know how much detail to go into. The you know. Go into something where they are thinking about reviving a woman. But you know they did that was reanimator animator and then brighter animator. Yeah chucky brad. Chucky i know so again. It's it's a. It's probably more to the fact that the studio made so much money off a frankenstein that they're like. We need a another movie to make more money and james wale went. Fuck that i ain't doing that and then studio went while you're under contract make damn oh okay. I'll make you horror film and it's going to be you know the way i wanna make it county and fuck him you know. Let's put these and we are shitting. It came right after the original right was just the next movie. Anyone don't get frankenstein. And then he did that. Okay or well. Yeah i think so because he did invisible man too. But i think that was after bride. Now cannot sure i don't have any. Were you just as disappointed as i was that there wasn't more of the bright you remember feeling that way i saw when i first saw the movie. Yes but I liked the movie for different aspects. The bride's that really important. I think the bride's funny because yeah you won't have anything to do with frankenstein. Frankenstein monster gets so fucking pissed off. He's like well fuck you. We're all dying right. You don't like me can even altering and right right..
"frankenstein" Discussed on Horror Vein
"My name is alastair kane. I'm a collector of rare oracle idols in a ceremonial magician. I've searched mine tire life. Loss journals of dr grow now that i've found them been cola. Pons embark on a dangerous quest with my side kick plays bark to search out and destroy all that is evil. The loss journal original horror story written and produced by robert mazzetti. You can listen to the loss journals on your favourite podcasting. Apps including apple podcast. Google podcasts amazon music and now iheartradio. All part of the fear film studios podcast network. If you're looking for something fun geeky and motivational to listen to check out this podcast shannon the slayer where we are slaying negatively and taking your mentality to the next level one episode at a time. So if you're ready it's time to level up with we are back. I'll never Get sick of that. Yeah yeah we're back and we're talking about The classic universal studios movie horror film. I should say bride of frankenstein with boris karloff. S colin clive as the as I think it's barron frankenstein. Oh god now before we begin yet on this movie okay. I've seen this movie several times in k. Fant i love this movie anyway. Oh it's wonderful but you've never saw this movie but yeah right now. This is the first time you saw correct now. Now before we say anything when you When he saw the film Do you remember Frankenstein pretty much do the first one. Oh yeah okay now. The the version of frankenstein bride frankenstein. That you have is that the is it the one with all the scratches in the these movies okay. Yes so since. You haven't seen it before. What did you think well. It's it was a great movie. Buddies lives biggest. The biggest surprise was what do you think the biggest surprise for me was seeing seeing david carradine in it. No rob the bride fairly in the movie. I know he's at the very end. The minute sitting in the movies over britain. I that really surprised. I know we're jumping ahead. But with the funniest thing that whole entire movie is there's a lever that's gonna blow up the whole that was. Why would you have a lever. Who knew that was. I'm like don't touch looked at this. What does this come from. Would it looked like to me. It's like the the screenwriters went. I don't know how we're going to get out of this but we need a big explosion in. Let's put a lever. Those everything looked like the end of a baseball fan. That's what it looked like you go. You'll we belong dead. I were you surprised right now. Wait a minute. I'm not taking this very lightly rob i wanna. I want to be honest here. Because i were you surprised. At how little screen time the bride had i mean. Take these movies so literally. The movie is about them building bride. But i was expecting a little bit more pride. And her interacting the monster and they didn't name her so they didn't see any other classic monsters said the the bride. That's known as of frankenstein is crew. Ele i just as well as the bride of frankenstein high. No i just. It was very. I was very surprised. That's all. I thought there's going to be a little bit more of the bright but anyway so that was the biggest surprise but i she was great and i love and i totally agree with you. you're expecting to see the bride brings but it's not really about the bride of frankenstein. It's really about And they dwelled into this a little bit in frankenstein. It's all about the god complex that they right. Dr frankenstein is making a human being. And he goes into this in this movie right. Where he's going. He feels like god and they cut that line out of the original frankenstein when he goes now. I know what it feels. Like to be god right. They cut that line out for the longest time and they just recently put that line back but that was edited out of the movie when it first was released. Yeah because it was so controversial right well and then also drowning the little girl that they took that out and then the well i should say they took it out for the tv version. Yeah no they. They left it in. They left him. But if you watch it on. Tv they they cut. That out was too. yeah they cut that out violent. Yes it's it's very disturbing. Yeah yeah yeah but but my point is is that this movie is really about him coming back and go well did i learn. He didn't learn his lesson with the i monster. Now this doctor pretorious comes in. And convinces him to talk to persuade them to. Dr pretorious has other things he he just wants the fame and fortune. He want the fame of dr frankenstein so he thought that. Hey we make this bride frankenstein monster right you know. I'm gonna get some credit in some reputation like you do right. But then he almost like. But it's black man like he kept. He captures his fiancee. I mean forces them to do it for. He does a for all the wrong reasons but in the end it's like it was another band mistake. You shouldn't have done it like you did with the i monster and the only one that realized that was the monster himself. Everybody up except for you know dr frankenstein. Yeah he's dealing with him and the female he understood at the end frankenstein. Monsters realized what love was and he saw that with dr frankenstein and his wife right so really. It was about that the bride of frankenstein. Literally it was about the bride of frankenstein. His wife right now about the monster so you. That's what you have to understand the okay when you're saying. Oh i didn't see the Well you see a lot of the bride of frankenstein his wife and how she's dealing with everything you know 'cause he's coming back after he here. I had fallen off the The windmill and all bride of the monster. Yes which would let somebody else. Yeah by the monster. Yeah so.
Mary Shelley: Founding Mother of Sci-Fi
"Many people would say and rightly so that seifi has many fathers but only one mother. The young woman credited with creating the genre mary shelley born to a renowned feminist writer and philosopher in seventeen ninety seven. Mary was sixteen when she fell in love. With the poet percy shelley and the two ran away together to become the power couple of the literary romantic movement. One summer at friend. Lord byron's villa in switzerland. The three of them spent long nights debating everything from art to politics to galvanise them also known as raising bodies from the dead using electricity on one eerie night byron challenged everyone to write a ghost story. Mary crafted a story in which the fantastic could happen within the realm of the possible. The book contains rather little in the way of actual science but it masterfully explores the social and moral repercussions of what might happen if certain scientific advances were possible. If you've only seen frankenstein movies you've been robbed of some of the best aspects of the story. The closest i've seen in popular retailing's was probably penny dreadful and to say close is to really give them a lot of credit. It also bears noting that mary shelley created an entire new literary genre when she was nineteen years old. I would definitely not want anyone reading the things that i wrote at. Nineteen or twenty to twenty five. Frankenstein was published anonymously in eighteen. Eighteen with a preface by percy shelley causing many to assume that he was the author since writing books wasn't a proper undertaking for a woman following bestseller status and successful screen adaptation. Mary set the record straight with the second edition. Eighteen twenty two finally taking credit for her masterpiece.
Co-Founders of WebinarNinja Discuss Their Experience Building a Software Company
"You did the same thing i mean you went from frankenstein. Webinars for one hundred dollars. Nba to launching this diy. Webinar guy. that you did that either. By the way purchased and used and then you decided to create women are ninja. Which you know is now doing amazing things and has been for years and years and years so talk to us about this journey in the transition that you made. It's been a journey. I think one of the things that stands out the most for me at least is how much both nicole night have had to change along the way change who we are what we do every day. Change your habits change the way we run our businesses As you know the actions we take today. Get us the results that we see so we want to get different results. We had do different things. Which is it's hard. It's hard to change. it's to also recognize I don. I'm not good enough right now to be what i want to be in the future and Yeah journey has been an interesting journey. It's still going. We're still learning or still improving and adapting and it's been great because i always say building. A software company is very much like climbing a mountain as a metaphor. Because as you go up the mountain Things that you did before you still. Can't you know you can't do them anymore. New things so like in the beginning or hiking up the malan You don't need much special equipment. You're feel okay winded as closer. You start to climb vertical. Oh no now. Need like some grappling tools You know i'm huffing puffing. Now it's out of shape compared to what it was before you know and then as you move up you're like okay i'm gonna need a sherpa may demanding a coach. I need guidance here. Maybe somebody's been there before up this down before to help them. Along the way or would be hires. So it's just an interesting thing because you don't really realize that as you're moving along and it's kind of a blessing because if you didn't know that maybe you wouldn't take those to take the chance to take that leap starting up a software company but it's been fun. One thing that i mentioned in the introduction nicole is that you know you were a university educator which of course omar was as well and you went from like that kind of environment which is a confined environments. You know there's rules regulations to just saying you know what here we are in new york city. We're going to do our thing. We're going to drive across the country. Gonna move to san diego and we're just going to figure things out along the way with this one hundred dollar. Nba thing and this diy webinar thing. And then you know. Hey let's just launch entire sas company. Let's just launch webinar ninja. And that must have been a little bit of a transition so just like omar kind did like what was your transition like. Yeah it's crazy to think about it. I suppose i distinctly remember. When i decided to quit teaching that i was looking for something creative Teaches a. They have a lot of creativity in the confines of that classroom of the curriculum that they teaching but like you said there's so many restrictions is timetables is. Schedules is a yearly calendar. So i was really searching for something creative. And i think what what better way to find creativity than just changing careers i started in film joined up teamed up with we started a podcast santa hundred. Rbi and then he i-it's later with a software as well. So i mean in a nutshell. It's hard to describe what that transition has brain. It's being it's being fun it's been it's been an adventure i think You know i've always looked back at. You know gosh thinking. There's just so many things. I wanted to kind of discount that that career in teaching. But it's no wonder that. I find ourselves right now producing a podcast that teaches business lessons. And so in love with the idea of webinars because You know they really are form of teaching teaching people. Buy your products and services. So in a way it's been a very almost you know crazy transition but in a way one's feels really quite natural as
Boston Dynamics Condemns ‘Spot’s Rampage’ Event That Will Mount Paintball Gun On Robot
"A paintball gun that is the marketing company and prankster. Our group called Mischief, bought the four legged robot named spot for nearly $75,000. They attached a paintball gun to the top of its back and created an app that will allow anyone to control spot and shoot pieces of art for two minutes before going to another user. This is all in a controlled space and starts tomorrow at one o'clock in the afternoon. Now, Boston Dynamics is not happy with the Frankenstein creation going as far as condemning it, saying the event called Spots rampage promotes violence, harm or intimidation. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio 38. We check on Wall Street brought to you
What Happened To Connie Converse
"In nineteen twenty four elizabeth eaton converse was born into a devoutly religious family being by the nineteen forties. She changed her name to connie and moved to new york city to pursue music. She spent her twenties writing folk songs and rebelling against her traditional after little came of her musical ambitions in new york. Connie moved to ann arbor michigan in nineteen sixty where she took an editorial position at an academic journal by the age of thirty six. Connie was struggling with her mental health in particular and affliction she referred to as her blue funk. This was made worse. When in the early seventies connie received two devastating pieces of news. She lost her job and her doctor told her she needed a hysterectomy. After turning fifty in august nineteen seventy four. Connie converse said goodbye to her brother and friends packed up volkswagen beetle and drove away. Officially she's never been seen or heard from again in her final instructions to her brother. Connie asked philip to pay her health insurance up until a certain date. She never explained. Why but philip worried that something terrible would happen. When that day passed searching for answers. Philip found a filing cabinet that belonged to connie in his antics inside. He found old journal entries poems notes and a farewell letter addressed to quote. Anyone who ever asks it read. So let me go please. And please accept my. Thanks for those happy times that each of you has given me over the years. And please know that i would have preferred to give you more than i ever did or could i am in everyone's debt. Philip did as connie requested. He let her go for thirty five years. Never knowing if she was alive or dead always hoping she'd return but from the moment she laughed. Philip and connie's closest friends feared the worst they own about connie's blue funk for quite some time though. Connie was never officially diagnosed with clinical depression. So far as we know in her farewell letter she wrote as an over educated peasant. I've read a good bit about middle-aged oppression and no several cases other than my own. According to establish psychiatric consensus those who suffer from major depressive disorders tend to lose interest in activities that previously brought them joy in connie's case when she moved to ann arbor. She stopped writing music. But even while living in new york connie's lyrics described feelings of isolation in her song called. Sorrow is my name. She wrote from the perspective of sadness is self sneaking in and out of people's minds in the bridge of the song sorrow kroons. And if you fear me i will come in haste and if you love me i will go away and if you scorn me i will lay you waste and if you know me i will come to stay. Perhaps connie wrote from her own experience overcome by a deep unshakable sadness that she felt would live inside her forever. She certainly wouldn't be the first person to live with undiagnosed depression in fact historians theorized that many historical figures battled similar mental illnesses before they were ever fully understood for example. Both frankenstein author mary. Shelley and president abraham lincoln reported experiencing significant bouts of melancholy. They'd regularly fall into deep sadness often unrelated to the events of their day to day lives. Some scholars have interpreted these spells as episodes of clinical depression diagnosis. That didn't exist in the eighteen. Hundreds when both lived almost a century later as connie struggled with her blue funk there was still an incredible amount of debate surrounding what constituted and caused depression throughout the nineteen hundreds doctors around the world published opinions but the medical field never reached consensus early. Researchers like sigmund. Freud believed depression was the result of traumatic experiences of course psychologists today understand that the causes are much more nuanced and multifaceted. They include both genetic and societal factors and this understanding started to take shape in the nineteen seventies when clinician set standards for diagnosing and treating clinical depression then in nineteen seventy five one year after connie disappeared doctors. I coined the term major depressive disorder.
Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys
"Woman. Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Poorest Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for Her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to ABC News.
Cloris Leachman, Oscar-winning actor also known as TV’s Phyllis Lindstrom, dies at 94, publicist says
"Still to come on all things considered. Emmi, an Oscar winning actress Cloris Leachman has died. Leachman is best remembered for her intense, dramatic and loopy comic roles from the last picture Show, Too Young Frankenstein
Spotify tries out audiobooks with help from some celebrity Narrators
"Spotify has released. Nine new exclusive audio books. The books themselves are public domain but the performances by celebrities. David does brooke narrates mary. Shelley's frankenstein forest whittaker reads the narrative of the life of frederick douglas and american slave and hilary swank narrates kate shop the awakening spotify is also releasing a companion podcast called sitting with the classics hosted by harvard. Professor glenda carpio last year spotify partnered with visiting world to release weekly chapter instalments of harry potter and the sorcerer's stone. Although the verge notes this no longer appears to be listed on spotify
Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?
"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.
Thirteen Awards Movies to Watch Out for, Oscar Do-Overs, and More From the Mailbag
"Before we get into the mail couple things over the weekend hit in the world of movies. First thing i want to talk to you about is the thing. I spoke to the directors of this documentary series about which is tiger tiger woods. Now you know as a friend of mine and podcast partner that. I am an avid golfer. And a fan of the sport gulf you are not a fan of the sport golf though your partner is and so golf is in your life but not truly of your life. What do you know about tiger woods. And what were you expecting heading into this documentary. Well in addition to being one of the greatest golfers in history isn't in history and certainly one of the best athletes of the twenty first century. That the correct century yes which i do know about because athletes at that level become pop cultural figures and i am interested in pop culture. Even if i'm not interested in my husband lecturing me about what type of iron tiger woods is using which is like a personal hell that i live in on a daily basis so i know a lot about him as a pop culture athlete and then obviously he has a pop cultural significance all of his own because of the events that he went through in the public eye at the end of the last decade and really honest life for the last decade. Yeah and so. I think that this series is an interesting gambit on. Hbo part it's clearly inspired slash based on a book that came out in two thousand eighteen by jeff benedict and armond katayan. And it's an attempt to make sense in real time of probably the most significant american athlete barring lebron james and michael jordan i would say of the last twenty. Five years maybe serena williams in that conversation. I think it's a very short list of people that do for. The tiger is kind of hanging with in the last quarter century and the film is tricky. Because they only aired part one thus far part two is next sunday and so i don't think you can necessarily spoiler film like this but it depends on. What kind of your you are if you're very engaged in the tiger woods story and his life. I don't think that this film necessarily will teach you a lot about the events of his life. There are not a lot of revelations. I think there are some emotional revelations there are some there's some I guess the matic framing that. Maybe you wouldn't necessarily put together if you weren't deeply entrenched in his story the movie especially the first half of the movie takes great pains to portray this father and son story and to show earl woods. Father as the kind of dr frankenstein at and making tiger woods into this kind of frankenstein monster for better and for worse in that he's incredibly powerful but there's like all kinds of emotional danger in his life I one thing that struck me as i re watched part one last night and i watched it with eileen. It's there's a lot of golf highlights in the first half. And there's there's there's not. There's not a lot of scandal there's not a lot of there is some psychology and there is a lot of sort of personal background about how tiger grew up and who he became. But because he has this sort of monochromatic mono-syllabic experience in the world where we just. He very rarely showed himself to us. Basically what you get is like ninety minutes of an extraordinary highlight reel dovetailing with the story of a father and a son and what they mean to each other. And i think if you're a casual observer my my instinct was. Is this going to work for people now. The second half is different. Can of worms. And i don't wanna spoil it for people but did in the first half. Did you find yourself having a hard time entering the story. I did also watch this with my husband. The aforementioned gulf maniac and the soundtrack to watching this was every time golf shot would be show. Its accuracy like you know it was like a little gallery of one. And he was doing it under his breath and then i was kinda. Are you aware that this is happening. And he was like sorry and then he just kept doing it at a lower volume. I have to say when you show golf. As just a highlight reel. Tiger woods is most incredible shots way. More interesting to me personally than the stuff that you guys have on the tv on sunday afternoon which is so boric. My guys pretty. Good a golf so i enjoyed it in that sense i agree with you that maybe it's not that i had a hard time. It and another interesting thing is that i. I do think if you know even a little bit about tiger woods you kind of know about the earl woods character and that is a pretty established part of his pop culture story. It's a big dad. Big character looming. Dad figure familiar sports figure in show bizz figure for sure and Greatness and then the fall. That's kind of what you know. And as as you mentioned there's a fall there there is a part to we won't spoil all of it but if you are watching this documentary you probably have some idea of what's going to happen in part to and the even najah it at the very end of part one which is the very last shot is a very famous woman. Just sidling up to the camera. I that's that's great filmmaking. And i think when the documentary is leaning in to that winning in that side of the story because it it leans into all the aspects of the story but when it goes for that bit of flair and narrative tension is is when it succeeds
The History of Lorenzo de' Medici
"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy v wilson and it's january first happy new year. Lorenzo de medici was born on the stay in fourteen forty nine. The medici family of florence was rich and powerful. They had come to florence sometime in the twelfth century although they had started out as just simple tuscan peasants but over a couple of hundred years they became incredibly wealthy and powerful by the middle of the fourteenth century. There were one of florence's leading families and they also had a reputation for being extremely adept at negotiating in the worlds of politics and money and this was through. Legitimate means as well as through things like bribery. Lorenzo domenici was described as the most medici of the medici. He was nicknamed lorenzo. The magnificent he's been described as the most powerful the most famous the most brilliant the most influential in the world of art thanks to his patronage and the most ruthless came to power in florence along with his brother in fourteen sixty nine after the death of their father and the two of them were ruling together and nine years later. There was a conspiracy to assassinate both of them and to take control of the republic of florence away from the medici. This was called the pazzi. Conspiracy the potsy and the medici were basically rival families within florence. One of the things that had led to this whole rivalry in the conspiracy was that the potsy family had taken over the financial affairs of the papacy and that was taking business away from the medici which the medici did not appreciate the ringleader in. This conspiracy was francesco. Potsy and he wasn't the patriarch of the pazzi family. But he was the one that was driving all of this. The fascination was finally set to take place during easter mass. in fourteen. seventy eight and lorenzo's brother giuliano was killed but lorenzo escaped afterward though. Lorenzo sought retro bution against olive his conspirators. There was a lot of hanging people throwing them out windows. A lot of dismemberments overall it was very gruesome and there were more than seventy executions of purported co-conspirators this whole incident though really shaped lorenzo's that his brother was dead so he was on his own in terms of his leadership at the republic and it had also gotten rid of a lot of actors and demonstrated the links that he would go to so after this whole conspiracy and the war that followed food. He had the support of a lot of the people of florence. He ruled almost as a monarch. Although lorenzo really liked to describe himself as just a highly respectable citizen anything special he and others in the family also acted as patrons to writers and artists and architects including people like botticelli and leonardo davinci among many others there was also of course michelangelo. Who was brought up partially in the medici household lorenzo domenici was also a collector of antiquities and of artwork. Basically what they were doing. They couldn't really afford to pay for the most extravagant biggest name artwork so they would find lesser known undiscovered talent of sort of cultivate them by their work for cheap. It's not however totally accurate to say that the medici family single paid for the renaissance. Sometimes they are described that way. Lorenzo was also a poet himself in addition to his patronage of other artists by the fourteen ninety s though lorenzo's health was declining the city of florence. Also becoming less and less enamored with the lifestyle that he had enabled and encouraged. This is a lifestyle that was just full of lavish festivals. in extravagance. He died at the age of only forty three. His son giovanni later became pope. Leo the tenth.
US appeals court rejects Trump appeal over Pennsylvania race
"A federal appeals court has rejected president trump's latest effort to challenge the twenty twenty presidential election results the third US circuit court of appeals echoed a string of other courts in finding the trump campaign offered no evidence of any election fraud in Pennsylvania declaring the campaign's claims have no merit during five hours of oral arguments in a lower court last week trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani insisted there was widespread fraud in Pennsylvania but failed to offer any tangible proof U. S. district judge Matthew Brann describe the campaign's error filled complaint as haphazardly stitched together like Frankenstein's monster the third circuit call brains ruling justified all three judges on the panel were appointed by Republican presidents I'm Ben Thomas
Christie calls Trump's legal efforts a 'national embarrassment' as more Republicans speak out
"Trump running out of options as you suffered another defeat in court. One of the president's closest advisers. Chris christie slamming his legal team as a quote national embarrassment. Meantime the president still refusing to concede and back on the golf course this weekend even skipping a g. Twenty event on the corona virus cases sore across the country and president elect joe biden saying the delay transition of power could put american lives at risk. Abc's rachel scott in washington tonight tonight. One of the president's closest advisers blasting his efforts to try and turn the two thousand twenty election joining a small but growing number of republicans. speaking out. what's happened. Here is quite frankly. The concept of the president's legal team has been a national embarrassment. The president's legal cases continue to be thrown out for lack of evidence. His campaign and allies have lost in court at least thirty times. The latest blow out of pennsylvania were judge delivered a blistering ruling calling. The campaigns claims haphazardly stitch together like frankenstein's monster. The state's republican senator pat toomey calling on the president to accept the outcome of the election. Saying he has exhausted all plausible. Legal options and maryland's republican governor. Larry hogan saying he's embarrassed. More members of the party aren't recognizing joe biden as president-elect. I just don't think there are a lot of profiles in courage. We all know how vindictive the president can be but it appears more republicans are starting to come to terms with reality senator. John cornyn now saying it's time for biden to start receiving intelligence briefings but the president is still refusing to concede an election. He overwhelmingly
11 Trivia Questions on Missing Creature Movie Titles
"All right guys missing creatures written by Luke McKay. Here's question number one we have blank rider from two thousand, seven number one blank writer from two thousand, seven number one. Number to an American blank in London from nineteen one number two un-american blank in London nineteen, eighty one. Amber three, we have the last blank hunter from two thousand, fifteen number three, the last blank hunter from two thousand fifteen. And number four blank house from two thousand, six, number, four blank house from two, thousand six. Question Five, a blank in central park from nineteen, ninety-four, a blank in central park from nine, hundred four. Question number six, Cirque du Freak the blanks assistant from two thousand, nine number six, Cirque du Freak the blanks assistant from two, thousand nine. Number seven young blank from nine, hundred, seventy, four, young blank from Nineteen seventy-four number. Seven And number eight pride and prejudice and blank from two thousand, sixteen, number eight pride and prejudice and blank from two thousand. Sixteen. Question, number nine, the blank returns from two thousand, one number nine, the blank returns from two thousand one. And number ten blank to the new batch from nineteen ninety number ten blank to new batch from nine, hundred ninety. Your bonus. Two point question here from Luke McKay says, what is the name of an upcoming two thousand and twenty one film starring Millie Bobby Brown and Alexander Skarsgard which will feature to iconic movie monsters battling on the big screen Millie Bobby Brown. Alexander Skarsgard and two thousand and twenty one film to iconic movie monsters battling on the big. Screen. Those are all of your questions for this missing creature movie title round. We'll be right back in just a second to see if you've got them all. We are back with the answers to missing creatures for movie titles from Luke McKay. Let's see how you did number one blank rider from two thousand seven was ghost rider Nicholas, cage Johnny Blaze I. Never saw one or two but maybe you did ghostwriter two, thousand seven number to an American Werewolf in London nineteen eighty-one not to be confused with an American Werewolf in Paris from nineteen ninety-seven number two, nine, hundred, eighty, one American Werewolf in. London. Number three the last witch hunter Palance witch-hunter, Hunter from two thousand, fifteen last witch hunter and number four Monster House that was a kids animated movie from two thousand six Monster House number five, a troll in Central Park Nineteen ninety-four. That was another kind of not talked about animated kids. Movie Number Five, a troll in Central Park Nineteen ninety-four number six DU freak the vampire's assistant two thousand. Nine. John C Reilly number six vampires assistant number seven young Frankenstein from one thousand nine, hundred ninety four, young Frankenstein and number eight pride and prejudice and zombies believe directed by Natalie Portman From and sixteen number eight pride and prejudice and zombies number nine, the mummy returns Brennan Frazier Two Thousand One and number ten gremlins to the new batch nineteen ninety the bonus for two points. What's the name? The upcoming Twenty Twenty one film starring Millie Bobby Brown Alexander Skarsgard which will feature to iconic movie monsters battling on the big screen that is Godzilla vs Kong Godzilla vs Kong
"frankenstein" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Maybe the greatest payoff gene wilder working himself up into hydrogen Saga Soga. Wow Oh it's funny about that too is no other point in. The movie is Eager Igor Smoking like that's not something that he does it really just pulling going out of cigarette a comedy. It's what makes it so good You mentioned Madeleine Khan and her singing voice which is this is a great scene in between her and also realized watching this that I probably make the mistake that many people do when I was a child certainly made this. If you saw Frankenstein's Stein's monster you would say it's Frankenstein but it's not now. I did that. Why is that the only thing like that? Because it's like Frankenstein should be the name of the thing MHM It should be the name of the creature because that's what it is or. Why isn't the movie called Dr Frankenstein? Yeah they could've cleaned that up. A little is what I'm saying. So let's let's get Mary Shelley on the line. Nineteen years one thousand nine years old when she wrote that. What did you do when you're nineteen saying the a Capella Group? Yes yeah well. Not many of US wrote Frankenstein. We were nineteen Mary Shelley. So good for you. You're a little overachiever. So this is the famous love. I've seen between Melanchon in Peter Boyle as Frankenstein's monster and it's the long pay off for all the don't touch me me stuff. She does with gene wilder and as Jenny pointed out a great use of her beautiful singing voice. Who What are you what what do you want? What do you want to calm down? I'm not afraid of you. How much do you want to let me go? My father is very rich. You can have the entire world at your fingertips. Listen I have to be backed. Hi Eleven thirty. I'm expecting a very important call. Thanks Oh oh oh you can't be serious I'm I oh my God look I'm engaged and once it was never all off. Aw Oh so good. It's so so good. And what's so great about that. Is She asked Mel Brooks if she could sing that. which is obsolete mystery of life instead of what he had proposed which was cheek-to-cheek because was it starts with an awe so she could go right into the song and it's so funny and so brilliant? Wow yeah she's got. I can't wait for our documentary. Yeah I know okay what else. What else do you WanNa talk about in relation to young Frankenstein Gene Hackman gene? Hackman wanted to do do this. Because he wanted to prove that he could do. He wanted to try comedy. Yep Now they say this. I don't know if this is really true. Do you believe this. That audiences didn't didn't recognize him when the movie was released. I kind of do I think maybe in that nineteen seventy four time. That could actually be possible. Because we're not like inundated at that time I'm with everybody all the time. And exactly how they looked last week right and no one thought of him as a comedic actor so Maybe it wasn't in anyone's mind that that's who that could be but any wasn't originally credited when the Fed that's why yeah so i. You gotTa have the clip and I lost it here to find it again but yes it's just what you were saying. He wanted to try comedy and since he played tennis with Gene Wilder Milder. He asked if he could I was kind of depressed to hear that I mean I'm glad for them that they were like physically active. But it's sort of went against my archetype that had out of my mind of gene wilder that he was like an active tennis player. I don't know much you whether you want your gene. I don't know I guess I mean I don't know I just tennis just trampoline at home though just kind of elite you know yeah and he seems like so much of his comedy is so pointedly kind of anti societal conventions. Yeah you know if you think about all the characters that he plays he's always pointing out something about ourselves so it's like the Anti Sport Acapella skateboarding now. I wouldn't really see him as a skateboard. I guess I see him sort of like like sitting around in a sumptuous reading room like in a smoking jacket opening tomes. Yeah that's what I want. That's what I want to think of bringing ringing Gilda some T- you know like playing tennis with Gene Hackman L. A.. And I guess that's probably part of that they all have but you now. It's true semi read about these people meeting for Brunch and Beverly Hills. I'm like Oh you don't want to know that it's funny. I was looking for the blind priests seen seen earlier today and for some reason that scene is such a classic I could find it dubbed into Italian Spanish. All these other languages have of that scene dubbed Soga cigars is good good fire. Five as our friend Yes You see you see you have your cigar. Let me see yeah. Don't inhale until it Wait wait where are you calling how. He's GonNa make a special great lines so good said he ad libbed that yes and the reason that it goes is to black right away. Is that everyone on the set. Crackdown they're like had to just cut right there because it was too funny. Great what a what a debut for anyone give Gene Hackman great comedies. After this he was in the birdcage true. See that's another nineties movie for you. Yeah that's what I'm here for. All right let's talk a little bit about your childhood television. Viewing Habits Jenny the child of the eighties while I was born in Eighty S. Does that count. As long as I was on all grew up in the night. Then you're ten in one thousand nine hundred ninety so your formative television movie years were the ninety s yeah I was in Nineteen ninety-four you're born in nineteen eighty four was okay. You're not a child of the eighties. Jenny your child of the nineties. The child of the ninety S. I know why you don't want to admit that I would not want to admit no. I had a great childhood. I just didn't hear your parents are great job. I'm just saying in terms of a decade decade to be from right. You'd really much rather say you're a child of the eighties and the nineties. Because the nineties is as we've also discussed on the pod the worst decade in the history of the musically culturally. Go T's plaid jackets. You weren't into like there's really nothing good in I. I mean there's nineties he went into that really was then. I think we all regret that. Sh- you guys parody garrity in your musical career so so it's not like you don't see it for what it is Joe. I'm Chad I'm blake and we're from the band. Simon Never said we've toured with groups like Hootie and the blowfish gin blossoms in dish Walla. We've sold millions of CDs and tapes. Were celebrating twenty years together as a band in an honor. This occasion re-releasing The music video for the song that made us famous from Nineteen ninety-six. It's interesting girl.