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"garry moore" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Fast. Oh, well, I don't know. This year has been so crazy that I don't even know if it came faster, slow. I mean, I'm just a little disoriented. I mean, I know what you mean. You know, I didn't get a chance. Go on the Christmas shopping spree in the malls like I normally do. Well, I would think I've saved a lot of money because I haven't been doing that. You know when you just go and you order something specific online, and you just pick that one thing instead of walking through the stores and just grabbing things, Um, I spent a lot less this year than I than I ever have. So you're totally smart, because see, I'm one of those people. I'll go in the store and I'll pick out a night and then I go. Wait a minute. Let me go and see if I can price. Check it somewhere else. Oh, don't tell him to hold it for me. Oh, there for, like, three or four hours in the mall? Yeah. And then I gotta stop and have a coffee and have a doughnut. And then I get all off track. But, you know, I like this shopping from home. I think I could keep doing this. It's awesome, right? Because you don't have to wait in line. Yeah, You can pick out what you want right and buy it on the spot. Yeah. Yeah, It's true in your pajamas, you know? Hey, it's a new, It's a new normal for us. You know, it's interesting because every single day you know when I go for a walk, I always see like Amazon drivers dropping boxes off and wondering is that went for me. Oh, I know, I know. And it probably is, It's really probably is. Well, they say people get a little bit of a rush when they get a package, So ah, lot of people are getting addicted to having you know something delivered every single day. Oh, you better believe it and You know, we need a rush. Because this covert business has been a little depressing. It really has, you know, And when you think about it when you do go out to even, like, look around in the store, we have to wear our mass. Yeah, and we're like away from other people. Well, normally before that last year, this time, people would be chatting and talking to what another in line and Now It's like, Oh, yeah. You just distance from a distance, and nobody can see you smile and you can't see them smile. And so the holiday cheer is lacking A little, but not with you, Belinda. Not with you. You have been cheerful and positive this whole year, And if our listeners are listening to the show, they would agree. They would agree that you've been a bright spot, and I'm sure you're a bright spot to them. And so thank you for that. Well, I think you too deep because You are just a ball of sunshine yourself. You're amazing. You just brighten the room. And you guys We love you guys so much because we're here for you on the spot Light show. We're here because we care about you as you guys were part of the KBC family, the spotlight family right here. Definitely. And we're trying to, you know, insert a little, um I don't know, a little happiness and a little joy wherever we can. And I hope you guys are doing the same. And I know you are. Ah, little kindness. We've been talking a lot about kindness this year with some of our guests who was who was our guest That broke the book about kind. Absolutely. You know the Polo. There was the host on Good Morning America, right? She was absolutely fantastic. And she wrote a book about the power of a kindness which was amazing, and we agree with her. You know, that is there is power and being kind, And there's a lot of wasted energy and being bitter and being grouchy. And you know who needs it? Who needs it? And now being positive and being kind it really takes. It's just a matter of switching. A thought. Yes, yeah, it is the view it is, you know, make a list of what you're grateful for. Think about how you how you are blessed and The fact that we have air in our lungs to breathe each day is a blessing right there. We don't have to do anything else. But we're breathing breathing, and we're going through our day. And we're connecting with people. More right. More conversations using our digital technology, including phones. Well, speaking of that, what kind of new things have you been doing this year? Because of Cove it that You will probably keep doing as we go through 2021. I'll have to tell you I've been on Facebook message or quite a bit. Oh, even more. So in the group's Oh, yeah. So you are. You're you're such a social social person. I think you're still socializing a lot with with, you know, online and through those types of groups zooming to go zooming. I mean, who knew Zuma Lot? I have to zoom for for work. I was zoom a lot for work. Personally, I Rather, I rather see people face to face. So we've been doing a lot of, you know, Let's go for a hike and kind of, um, stay a few feet apart from each other and, you know, talk and do what we can to stay, you know, safe, but I like to be with the person like today. I'm here with you. This is awesome. It's awesome, isn't it Is we get to look at each other? Yeah, and connect. Yes. See each other and talk to each other. And with all of you, Yes, so awesome And what's really tough is that now the The holidays were here and next week we have our big Christmas holiday. New Year's is coming up and what I'm seeing, and I don't know if you're seeing the same thing, Belinda, but people are not committing to plans until a couple days before because I think they're waiting to see if everybody's going to test you know negative so that they can get together Maybe in a backyard kind of a party. And so there's really the plans are all up in there. That is so true. I remember I was invited. Tentatively, Everything is tentative. Everything's tentative. Yeah. So So what do you think you'll do? What are you going to just make that decision that day off? Yes, Actually, I have this plan What I'm going to do. Is I purchased a tree. Okay? Yes. And I'm decorating the tree tomorrow. D Oh, good. I've put it off too many days because I couldn't make up my mind. What color scheme I wanted to put on for the tensile. Oh, well, you know ours. Ours has been up since before Halloween because we just like the Christmas cheer and we were bored, so we needed to put the Christmas tree up so You know how big is your dream? It's very it's It's pretty big. It's It's not a real tree, but it's It's pretty big and it takes a lot of, you know, creative decorating to fill it up. But it really cheers us up. You know, you walk past it and you go. That's that's really nice. So I have, like one of those Charlie Brown tree. Oh, those little Those need love to you. You gotta You gotta love those I know and in life, it's a little different, but you know, you and I we got through it this year. We did didn't wait. Huh? And what amazing gifts. We had just incredible people sharing about. What they're doing during this time. I mean, for musicians to authors to athletes. Yes. Well, and Garry Moore checking in with us from Kayla West, you know, he was ah, DJ with Kayla s for so many years and he moved back home to Tennessee, and he,.
"garry moore" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Name is Morgan. Mel is still here. Aren't your uncle Mel? Sure in good. Next week, I will have done a helper. And I will also hear Gary Lutchman. He wrote a book on the Rat Pack. And maybe I'll talk with Mel about the Ram pack. We get full lives. What's the gentleman's name again? That wrote the book on the Red Pack. Gary Lutz, Hman boy, That would interest me the man. Yeah, yeah, that would interest me. Tremendously isn't a copy so I could be familiar with the book. And I will give you that copy. He emails me after I finish it. Oh, terrific. Yeah, I'm a big fan of the rat pack, especially Mr Sinatra. That's good. The original Ocean's 11 poster. With Frank. Sammy. Dean. Yeah, the whole effort and Angie Dickinson, not a bad looking lady. You're fired. 34. Maybe she kept it looks a lot of women. After they get out of their prime section of years of Late teens to early thirties, But she maintained her looks and she was one good looking lady if I recall indeed, and there's another person who be joining me. And several weeks, so I know is listening. Andrew Fielding. Well, wait, wait into shielding. Greatest. And you know why. He's a great guest. Well, he comes up with great material. Great stories. You you have one that put us together. Oh, that's right. That's why they didn't put you guys together that that was a wild man. Throw you Um Ah. Horseshoeing, you babbling away. He's Andrew has written a great book on his mother who was a terrific singer. Yes. Lucky strike papers and lucky strike. Right? Right. You are he is recommended for Kylie. Usually after the book, I'll tell you what. Let's get people Argos and said that the phone lines learn from Groveland, you're next. Here in BC horn. Hi, Laurie. Lines, right? Just what type sign Morgan and now Uh, object. Anyone saved mine and I have his biography eat but also little lady that still with us. And I loved Tripp Biography and I still loved her. Carol Burnett. I would say if I call Lucy the first lady of comedy I would take care of you would be second and very, very close. Number one. She's a genius. I remember her being a regular on the Garry Moore Show. And she has became quite a major star not only in television but motion pictures as well. And I understand she's a terrific person as a person. People over one of those great tree was quite the book called One more time. Oh, yes, I prove it. I've not read it. But I've heard of it. You should read it. Wow! What has stopped interfering throwback to the performance of the thirties and forties. Yeah, Acted face who acted with their face She can Generate such looks with her eyes with her smile with her teeth and not have to say a word. That's right. And when it comes to singing, she is terrific. And one of the great successful assist sitcoms ever, I think was on for 11 years. Yeah, Carol Burnett show. Yeah. She grew up police, her grandmother and the in her book that by our great faith tells all And, um, her whole step to her career. And it was wonderful. And I admired her so much She couldn't do you recall what you did at the end of the show a certain gesture that she may do you? You know what I'm talking about? She pulled on her ear, and that was for her grandmother. Exactly. That's say Hello, Grandma, and that became standard stuff with her. So she was quote again. One of the best that seeing her book in her by your birthday. Yeah, she killed I took it out Warren because I happen to be a fan of hers. Yeah, it's called one more time. And she wrote it on my correct. It's an autobiography. Yeah, it it's for She were with it. Yeah, I'll check it out. I'm so glad you asshole. Unbelievable from her childhood when she was a little child. That was a grandmother and Ali is growing up and kid quite the light and, um And then she mentioned the gentleman that gave her It's digital always. Oh, yes. Yeah, he could try and Getting the show business and I could promise him that she'd never tell who he was to this day. She never tell who story isn't it a total stranger to give her money. And look what happened to her career. Yeah, and best just wonderful and still very strong in her early nineties. Very little, So I don't think she's that old. I would say, move the eighties. I don't think she's 90 years, she Yes, Yes, I think she's something like 92 was born. Heard marriage now to Ryan Wheeler. Who's a drummer with the Hollywood Bowl are Krister. Mm. Marry him for turning us thing and cheese 23 years older than him. My, uh, the autobiography just to say what you she was born. Do you recall? Uh, no. Your hand, but, um She wasn't a dirties. Uh, she talked about her say Favorite star back then was Linda Dine? L'm Oh, yes. The women went all right. When did I know she had dark hair and she was hell of a piano player, Linda Darnell. Yeah. Yeah, but great in the movies. Yeah, it was in the 30. I think Lake dirty, okay? Such Ah Life that Started so young with her Grand Byron growing up, although she is With your grandma. I will absolutely. Check that out. Lord Yeah, way We've got the news. Break it The bottom of the hour. So you go. Thank you. Thanks a lot. Appreciate it. Read Benny by our great treat, too. Every Sunday night. Seven. It's called a few of them out on Benny and they're all real good. Yeah, Every Sunday night seven was the one I got. That was recognized daughter started. Joan? Yes. His daughter. Yeah, OK, take care, and we're going to politics. Thank you so much love to you, okay? Nichols Lauren one open line is created. I've got Duke Kerry and Eileen.
"garry moore" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"In Luhan, a love firm studio doing good by doing right news on 100.1 FM and AM 10 20 K T. K. It is 36 degrees at Pittsburgh International at seven o'clock. I'm Rose, Ryan Douglas. The United States sees another record broken related to the pandemic. Here's the AP is Ben Thomas. The tally by Johns Hopkins University shows the U. S recorded over 3100 covert 19 deaths Wednesday, eclipsing the high of twenty six hundred 7 April. Meanwhile, more than 100,000 Americans are currently hospitalized with the virus the first time that number has grown so large in the number of newly confirmed cases. Is there now Topping 200,000 today Together, the three benchmarks show a country slipping deeper into crisis with hospitals swamped and nurses and other health care workers shorthanded and burned out. I'm Ben Thomas, Pennsylvania reports more than 11,400 New Cove in 19 cases today, highest daily number of cases since the pandemic started. 187 new deaths. In today's report. Nearly 5000 individuals are hospitalized with Cove in 19 more than 1000 of them in intensive care, Statehouse secretary Dr Rachel Levine says a third or more of the hospitals in our region expect to have staffing shortages in the next week. The people who make our health care system work. Relying on you to do the right thing that includes mitigation measures, including washing hands, wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Allegheny County reports 1028 new cases today and 20 new deaths. In a statement, County Health Department director Dr Deborah Bogan says her heart goes out to all of the families who have lost loved ones. And he implores us to cancel parties, weddings, gatherings, events and stay home whenever possible to Pennsylvania companies are getting closer to bringing another cove in 19 vaccine to the market. Here's KDK Radio Scott Stiller, Pennsylvania pharmaceutical Company You, especially formulations and biotech firm VAX. Former developing to Orel Covert 19 Vaccines. Dr Garry Moore Field of U. S. S. F. Explains. Generation one is a little suspension, so that's something you would drink. Generation to which we've gotten Some funding through the National Science Foundation is to move that into a solid dosage form where we could put that into a capsule. The company expects to apply for FDA emergency use authorization shortly after the trials were completed in May. Scott Stiller News radio Katie K. Independent mediator, The Kenneth Feinberg Group, has finished administration of the Pittsburgh Diocese Independent Reconciliation and Compensation program. Were victims of sexual abuse by priests. Bishop David Zubak spoke this afternoon. While nothing can really Respond to the kind of trauma that they have experienced like a number of other dices. We instituted this program toe, try to show our support and to try to help in the healing of the victims of clergy sexual abuse. More than $19 million have been awarded to assist the victims and or survivors of childhood sexual abuse by diocesan clergy. 224 cases occurred over a period of decades, most before 1990. Bishop Zubak says no monies were taken from parishes or schools rather from the sale of historical diocesan assets, insurance reserves and the closure of the downtown pastoral center. Powerful gusts pushed flames from a wildfire through southern California canyons today one of several blazes that burned near homes and forced residents to flee amid elevated fire risk for most of that region. In sports. But Dupri is out for the year with a significant knee injury suffered against the Ravens yesterday. It is 703 will check triple A traffic and AC you weather next happy holidays from hello to she.
"garry moore" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Get back to Terry's 2003 interview with Carol Burnett. You mentioned Bob Mackie, who did the costumes for your show, and he's got his designed so money like really extravagant gowns over the years. I mean, you know, it's a cherished close to S. Oh, well, can't go ahead of what he did on her show, which not people don't know. Don't realize he designed everything you saw on our show. Including the wigs, including the makeup, so that whatever, not just what I wore, but what the guests were. What caste war? Whatever you know, and he created all of those hysterical looks. He created. Eunice is look he created Mrs Wiggins. Hey, Mr Tutt Ball. All that he designed literally. 50 costumes a week. 50 costumes a week. Did he design for Harvey Korman and drag? Yes, Yes, yes, that's all Bob. And, of course, the great greatest sight gag ever. I think one of the greatest was his idea for the gun with the wind sketch with the curtain rod dress. Describe it. Well, um When we did gone with the wind that take off there's a scene when Scarlett O'Hara Rhett Butler's coming to call on her and she doesn't want rent to know that they're poor says she rips the draperies down the green velvet draperies down and says, And she's gonna make a dress. Well, the writers had written that I come down the stairs with the draperies just kind of hanging on me, which would have been funny enough. But I went into costume fitting that Wednesday and Bob said, I have an idea and he had the dress draped over a curtain rod, which fit over my shoulders. And ran straight out. Tied with the French around the waist. And I mean it was the silliest looking thing you've ever seen in your life, and I fell on the floor. And then when we did it, you know on the taping the audience at the laugh just wouldn't stop. When I made my entrance and then I came down the stairs and it was very hard on me because it was. I was biting the inside of my cheek not to laugh myself because the reaction Of the audience was just phenomenal. And Harvey, you know, looking so like our cable, he was brilliant in it. And then his line was Scarlett. That you're you're magnificent. The dress. That dress is that dress is just gorgeous. And then I say thank you saw in the window and I just couldn't resist. You Can't you can't beat those lights with the look of that, you know, But what fun Did your grandmother lived to see any of your performing success? Nanny lived. Mama died, Um, before I did anything, really? She did see me do the Jack Paar show and that Solomon Ah, and then Nanny live to see me. Do the Garry Moore Show on. She lived to see me on Broadway. And, uh, she one time we came out to Hollywood to do, um two or three weeks of the Garry Moore Show. The nanny came on, was sitting in the audience Now she loved to get dressed up, and she had great legs. So she were her skirts a little bit short. And she liked to put rouge on. I mean, she she was okay, you know, but she would kind of guild the lily a bit and she would wear bright colors and all you know, she really liked a dollop. When she's sitting in the audience and Garry Moore comes out. And he says, no, I understand. Carole's grandmother is in the audience is the little lady who raised our Carol All nanny. Nanny. Where are you Stand up. Then he stood up. And clap plaster hands over her head and did like the the winners. Look, She just clapped her hands over and bowed, took all these bows and like she was the star. The end of the show. She was hysterical and I wanted to die. I was so embarrassed in the wigs and Gary got the biggest kick out of her. Yes, Yes, She did get to see me do a few things. Well, I just want to thank you so much for talking with us. It's really been such a pleasure to talk with my pleasure, Terry. Thank you. Thank you. Carol Burnett, speaking with Terry Gross in 2003. Burnett talked earlier about singing Adelaide's lament a song from Guys and Dolls. Here's a version she recorded in 1961. And otherwise,.
"garry moore" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Time life unedited for the first time on Amazon Prime video, Roco and other streaming platforms. Before launching her own variety. Syriza on CBS in 1968. Carol Burnett had starred on Broadway in Once upon a mattress in 1959. That same year, she began appearing as a featured player on a golden Age. CBS musical variety. Syria's The Garry Moore Show. Did you have a sense that you know TV was in its infancy then and that the rules could be made up as you went along that things weren't fixed in stone yet. Oh, no, I did not. To me. It was it was a stepping stone to Broadway. Uh, yeah, I still you know, And at the time I was in a show called once upon a mattress off Broadway, and so I was doubling. I was doing, Gerry show and mattress. But mattress was my big love. I didn't think I was television material. Why not all Well, once I auditioned for something called Oh, I forget. Oh, gosh, it was like it was like star search. Only not, You know, it was reached for the stars or some kind of a show like that. And the emcee came out. He said. You're very good dear, But you're too loud for TV. So that was you know again. Somebody said that so I accepted it. And when Gary hired me, I was kind of surprised, you know, so I just kind of thought. No, I'm I'm a belter and I'm a comic and I belong on the stage. And But in doing Gerry Show that's when the bug bit about doing different things every week. Oh, we're not doing the same show every night on Broadway correct? And so I could do these different characters and be dressed differently and become different people, sometimes three or four different people in one show. And I liked that. And I liked having the rep company feeling and a family. He's describing the Carol Burnett Show. That's that's over in a show. That's exactly right. I patterned our show after Gary and of course, after Sid Caesar You know who was a past master at it and had the great rep company and did all these different characters. And I thought this is what I mean. Because you could do musical comedy you could you could. You could have guests. You could have interesting people to work with, but you still have your little family core. To work with also that you could rely on and that that was the most fun. One of the things your show, The Carol Burnett Show was famous for was your movie parodies. And you said earlier that when you were a kid, you go to maybe eight movies a week with with your grandmother are their movies from your childhood that you ended up doing parodies off on the Carol Burnett Show. Oh, yes. Mildred Pierce. John Crawford. The Postman always rings twice. Lana Turner, Gilda Rita Hayworth gone with the wind. Lovingly even something as remote as a movie called Born to Be Bad. With Joan Fontaine and we called it raised to be rotten and s O. I mean, even even you know, And we did that We did a double life of Noah's a stolen life. Bette Davis, where I played where she played a good twin and an evil twin. So there were just so I would just go to the writers and I take Kim to Mildred Pierce, and they would get the film. And run it and sure enough, I mean, it was just great in about three or four weeks, we would have the sketch. Is it fun to do the kind of glamour roles That you figure you're probably not going to get is your comedic actress and you don't think of yourself as the glamorous type. So is it fun to do those glamour roles but to do like the comic version of them? Oh, absolutely. I mean, remember Bob Mackie putting me in all white And I had a white wig. Practically Lana Turner in Postman always rings twice always wore white and oh, and I had the eyelashes on and the you know the white shoes and the white slim skirt and a blouse and the thing you know, and white earrings and coming down the stairs because Her first entrance and postman is just showing her legs walked down the stairs and this sexy music and John Garfield just gaping at her. And Steve Lawrence played the Garfield role, and Harvey was the husband. We murdered Carol Burnett, speaking to Terry Gross in 2003 more after a break. This is fresh air..
"garry moore" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Will remind you john. We we told you this the last time you were here. But gilbert famously lost part to billy barty partner movie still bitter but how me. I lost the billy bark a mel brooks picture. What is what is the chip story since we put it into the intro. Because it was not over with the billy buddy story. Sorry no no. No no i tell you this one. Other thing was still with bob. Stewart bob in the chair or k. Okay now somebody. Somebody backstage tells billy that bob hope's in the audience next thing you know billy's over by his lap and he goes higher. Bob bob goes. Who is that okay. So the i'm enjoying. The sight of john byner breaking himself up gilbert. I like you laugh. You guys left. We will also remind our listeners. The john was briefly in the infamous joys in one thousand nine hundred seventy six. My god. The jaws parody. Yeah at bob. Hope bob hope thought it was a good idea because jaws was a big hit to ready story about some comic being killed in college joy. I think the killer turned out to be johnny carson on youtube. If you dare. It's frighteningly bad. Yeah yeah well yeah no. Yeah tell tell tell us these just names of people random people that you work with over the years these are people whose names come up on the show and gilbert fascinated by them. Joey bishop yeah man. And i don't mean impression well you know it was always like this is like almost like jackie mason but not quite always just side of jokey makes it took up just inside. That's like what you like. joey. I like joey. He had me on his show so many times i lived in hollywood. Break down there by the studio at anytime somebody cancelled or so he had this. He's the idea there discourtesy. I have which little this is something that i hadn't thought about longtime in boxing trunks in this with gloves on throwing each other person nation. Wow the jerry lewis. Kill give give john. This is we're We're entertaining him too. So give them a little. Bit of your jessil one brighton. Shinyanga is that talk me. Wrong glummer long harmonizing with you. okay. I wound i. You'll have more cake then. His other thing was how long mama. Yes george you do bernie. No money be week. You get the power. Jiro about you know about that. That's great. i spoke five languages. You should have search gilbert. You ever meet in your travels now. Hey okay so years later. I'm looking at the tropicana american efi landmark in vegas used to be there and i get there the night before. Naturally i get my sweet Rollback it's three in the morning. And i saw the sign. Driving up to jessica was closing. That ninety was opening for. I don't know somebody. And i said oh. That's interesting so i go out and it's kind of a foggy night and i see this figure by the pool is figured by the pool and has the closer i realize it's george jostle and i say hey how you doing. He's hey johnny you're gonna do me tonight. Asked he was. Did you have any dealings. Did you work with or just talk to jack benny. I sat with jack. Benny in the audience of the he came to do. He came to the gary moore. Show guest on a guest on the garry moore show while i was doing the garner more show so i sat in the audience with one afternoon. We not get around. You know we talked about being you. Also cross paths with groucho. Oh yeah yeah. I was early in my career. A friend of mine. From the william morris agency one of those agency early in my career he said let's go over the fires club. There's a little party going on over there. I remember what was going on. But i saw look away over toward the stage. A big round table with groucho marx. Some people as wow groucho marx. I loved his show. You bet your life you know. Say the secret word. Divide your family. You know so. I i i figured you know. All these people get up and they go to the bar a little break gone so they go to the bar and he's standing there smoking a cigar kind of leaning against the chair but guys will turn the table around as leaning against it says so i go over and i said i was about five feet away from i says. Excuse me sir. You don't know me. But i think terrific where you are but i don't know why someone who looks like you do what you do. He says. now think about that. That's a triple compliment. So we go away and then now years later I'm doing a thing with john. John davidson A big A big playboy thing you miss playboy of the year. Whatever was a lot of lakes linda. And there's a break in film or something that type or whatever and they asked me to go out and entertain the audience and hold them in their seats. So i looked down. And there's groucho with the beret was in his beret marais and and sitting next to connie stevens from my dope all my career and and i said tell that story i tell. That story is above a blah. Then i go back to my dressing room after the show. And i'm getting my stuff together. You know you are you putting your stuff in the bag and all the knocks on knock on the door open. It's it's it's groucho. Takes a guard of his.
"garry moore" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"How dare I Invalidate your ability to stick to sports talk about. I mean, like Nancy, stop thieves You can get through. The guy was that most people were perturbed that I didn't have in my tough 421559 to 94 94 Kim from Havertown fires first tonight, eh, Jimmy? Jodi. How are you? Okey doke. I guess the guy from the stones Keith Richards, Heath Richard was mentioned often Nobody got nasty about Keith Richards. I will give you I certainly tell you that, but that's not the one that people were getting crazed off. I'll give you one more out of your mind. Sure, I'll go. Prince. People are crazy about Prince too. Very good. Kim. That is the guy, man. Oh, man, there is a man and I like Prince on the huge Prince fan. Yeah, but I mean it that liked ah, short of life threatening but questioning my rightto have an opinion on anything because I did not have Prince in my top five. He was the guy who more people got Annoyed over his absence than anyone, and it wasn't even close for second. Well, you know, Jody, I'm your eh? So he crossed over into our John where that we're talking about Rock and roll, but he's not a rock roll. He's more of a pop music. What is a virtuoso? You gotta watch him Do while my guitar gently weeps. What do you do if you google greatest guitar performances of all time and rock and roll? And he'll come up in that for that tribute to Ah, of course, that the Beatle George Harrison, and he plays an incredible lead in while my guitar gently weeps. Wow, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and harass the sun or off stage he takes over the lead of the It is incredible. I I will certainly check it out. Thanks for the heads up real quickly to more. I won't expand on these two, but I just want to give you Teo Terry Cat brother. You'll know him. From Chicago. The original Chicago guitar player was rather I had was mentioned. I might list today as ah, Guy I had to consider. Unbelievable. Well, I'm selling the performance of 25 64 in Tanglewood. It is incredible that comes up to and there's one more bugs. I told you Produce it Start until Gary Moore is considered the greatest like blues and guitar player from Thin, Lizzy. Believe enough, you know, I know Garry Moore and he too got Ah, bunch of mentions on my Twitter feed today. Yeah, And like I said, But we're talking about virtuosos. Brother as you well know, so these guys are all up there? Yeah, agreed. Ah, do I got talking about what Name and Doc Rivers would have freaked? Great move and brother I'm not going to qualify it or clarified as a great move. It dropped into their laps. All that morning. The answer question. And then you start to talk. Give permission. Tio continued to talk. I never want to give you just about not not enough coaching ability are playing ability, but like that. Well, of course we got a coach. I'm talking about. What a great guy that guy again. I'm sorry. Well, you didn't say great guy. Did you say I know that's why I want to specify The Sixers lucked into Doc Rivers. The sixes backed into Doc Rivers. Dr Rivers came on the market when most people didn't think he was going to be on the market, so I would not use the word. Great move. Lucky move. Great happenstance. Great ending for the six Because I'm not big A Doc Rivers fan when it wasn't some strain of G genius that came down over there on the land, Doc rivers, but I do want to give them some credit. Because boom he gets released by the Clippers within hours there on the phone, at least checking in with him dot said five teams called three teams call in the first five hours and Philly was the best of the latter. I immediately started talking to them and it went back in port and I got sold. And I love the position and unlucky point, so I will give the sixes credit for acting quickly and concisely. But it wasn't some great strategy that they had laid out. It kind of fell into their laps. All righty. Jim. Appreciate the call. I sorry. Yeah, I'm a nit picker. That's what I do. I've been doing sports talk to him for 30. Plus years when people say things they did pick what I say. Child. They've picked the callers to it worked out Well, it's a great hire for the Sixers. A move moved to me is defined by how it came about. And the way that he came about was the Clippers were foolish enough to move off him and the Sixers were in a position to benefit and scoop him up to 1559 to 94 94 come back and tell you the three Yes, we've got coming up. First one will be Scott Labor. The Enquirer will go heavy with the Phillies on M the legals a little stats later on lots to do Johnny Mac sticking around till two right here on 90 for W. Pretzels. Look what chips Locke? Who's the new guy? Fanta? I think he's looking at me. Pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me. Stop being salty chips. We both got a chance He's coming over. Ladies. Hi. And hello to you back at your handsome Fanta picked beef jerky girl. We're going to be here a while. Well, the birds are on the road to victory. You're on the roads built.
"garry moore" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"If he drops this ball, and that was actually from the headset itself. So shout Doctor Sam finding this audio and Victor's as well. Greg Dooley, uh of Greg Mueller's audio from the A. P. C. Footage of Michigan Notre Dame the catch as everyone will probably know. Back in 1991 September 14th 1991 Desmond Howard's catch. Fourth and goal our fourth down play to give Michigan to victory over the fighting. Irish All right. Michigan fans. Question of the day. Where were you? When that catch was made. And did you believe it? Did you believe that Michigan was go going to score win that game? Did you say? Oh, here we go. Here we go. Here we go. I know what you said. Oh, God. Here we go again. Here we go again. I'll start with you. Genesis. Where were you? When jazz we caught that ball. Well, I was probably out for 10 Pence Pint night in North York, your England, But since it was a Saturday, I would have been I wasn't in the military myself. I was dependent. I was just living over there. And I would have been on the military base because the Armed forces radio network would have Ah. Had a AH, game of the week, but it wasn't Michigan, Notre Dame, So I remember seeing it on the highlight. But I think the one thing for people that aren't old enough to remember that play it was fourth and one A team's do throw the ball on fourth and one. But Michigan never threw the ball on fourth and one and two have a girl who little audible out of the play. They didn't called a pass play. It was only if they got a certain look. And I got it. Michigan always like 99.9%. That was the one time that they didn't run the football there and 1/4 and one Which is a complete shocker, and it's one of those things. It's one of the huge moments in the history of Michigan. But not just because you know, Desmond went on and won the Heisman Trophy. Michigan went on and won that game, but it was it was like in a Boeing never thrown the ball in that situation. And for Garry Moore, Look Mueller when he took over, it was like he was opening things up a little bit and for that play right there. You know for Gary to even have that and to have girl back to have the freedom to do that. That part was amazing. Here is the actual audio from the But this has got to be from Ah, from Michigan Football Radio network from back in 91. I believe 25.
"garry moore" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Radio. I'm Melinda. Yeah, I'm here to dance in a way. That was such a cool song. I love that song isn't awesome. Yeah, you know, you and I We just love music. Don't wait. Just you know, we just celebrate life. Especially music has this thing about it Write. It has an energy that can just jump right in, like jump rope. Well, it takes you away helps you to escape, and that's what we all need is to escape. Absolutely. And speaking of escape, you guys we have a very special guest who is part of the fabric of radio in Southern California. An icon in rock music, journalism and an absolute humanitarian When it comes to his passion for radio. Absolutely. He's a champion. Yeah, and now the last time he was in the air he was sharing with all of us that he was preparing for a journey to travel back home to Louisville, Kentucky, So we're following up with him right now. The one and only Garry Moore. Hi, Gary ever build up like that? It's good to hear your voices again. It's almost like being right there in the controller with you the connections. Okay, Zm. It's great. You're the best deep woods in the deep woods of Jefferson County, Kentucky, near the border of Oldham and Jefferson counties in Kentucky, and you said escape. That's exactly put be and why I said that the mother people because, you know The week that we left. In fact, it was the 12th of August that Wednesday. You may recall with some painful nous because that was I think she'll be.
"garry moore" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And I must tell you for our listening on it. You look terrific. You really look like you take good care after 70. It's all lighting. Not in here. Eventually, I'll be wanting to be in the dark. The only time I want to be in the dark is when the lead closes most most way do this with with all the special guests that we've had over the years. I get them to tell their story from the beginning on and yours is quite fascinating. It's an incredible journey and I would like to start because you're you were born in Canada, right? Right Whereabouts. Ottawa The capital city of Canada was born there and grew up there and, uh did you come from a large family? Uh, no. No. Well, I had two brothers. Okay on my father was a doctor. Neurologist. Really? Andi? I knew in a very early age. He was a neurologist because he was always telling me to piss off. Well, you know what? That's how so? And my mother was a housewife. You know, it was the era. She was the diplomat, Arian and family She had She called the shots. My father was delivery laid back on, but I think it's the moms were home in those days. They raised the kids. Fathers were working. It was a different. Yeah, it was a different time. Yeah. So what? Uh what a jury. Was there anybody that was like, Besides, you gravitating towards this incredible business, the entertainment business. Yeah. What stage did you want to do this? Well, I hoped up with, uh, my best friend Andi. We became ah, apart. He was a partner of mine, and we were known as Jeff Scott on rich level two young, budding. Canadian impersonators. Did you do this in school? When you're down her school? Did you decide you had to be the cut up in glass? Yeah, we started imitating teachers that's on or family members to family members. Yeah. Local politicians. Ah, few movie stars. And television people and way became pretty well known in Ottawa. We would eventually perform at, uh Knights of Columbus talent shows and neither Shriners and How old Were you at that stage about 15 16 years old and I interrupted you when I said about your brother's today venture into the same No, no, no, my brothers. One brother became a social worker, and he now lives in Nova Scotia. Okay? And my other brother, Chris. He was an artist, and he asked away about 20 years ago on way were very close. And you know, you had to be the entertainment for every family function. Well, I You know, I would get up and school when I was very young and just ramble. I was just that they were amazed at me. I don't know what that guy was saying. But they They appreciated my spunk in my my desk. Yeah, Exactly. Just let Richard go. You know, so I I knew in a very early age, and this is where you wanted to go where I want. You wanted to know what was your family supportive of it? Or did they mean father being a doctor that you had you to pursue while my father inbreeding never saw me achieve anything much? He died 60. My mother, though, was great support of mine. And she would. She was a great fan and came to all my shows. And she loved 95 Jobless on. Uh, she had only one stipulation. No profanity When I did, Jack Nicholson, you're to eject so I could remember. Don't you show very early in my career. I looked down in the front row. There was my mother and I do. Jack Nicholson. I say, Golly. Gee, I really upset, you know? Gosh, Do you remember the first celebrity? You did an impression of Jimmy Stewart, Jimmy Stewart and you? Still that's one has certainly become the classic. So how old were you? When you did that obviously recognized because possibly properly 16 or 17 years old on DH. You learned the demeanor too. Not just the voice. Well, I can remember going and seeing Jimmy Stewart in western Calls a far country on I took a tape recorder with me. End of the movie theater really on. I went down under the screen and plugged it in. You had to plug it in on. I taped the whole movie on DH. Then start where I went back to retrieve my tape recorder on DH. I accidentally left the volume up. So all of a sudden in the middle of the movie you heard about it and every winding it was rewinding on DH. You know, the The people in charge of the theatre. They thought that there were rats or mice down there when they found my wooden stake, found my tape recorder. They threw me literally out of the out of the theater on my tape recorder came with me. And I was suffering a study. Yeah, Yeah, I told the story to Jimmy and he started walking over bred shrug. You should have got a whole roommate. I want to get any other movie. I said Jim, you didn't know why. I was just some Young, snotty nose Canadian. So what? What now? You're pick up a couple of days. So you did. Jimmy Stewart was the first one that, did you? What did you have a path that you wanted to take? Did you want to leave Canada? Did you want to stay there? And had you seen down the road where Hollywood would be? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I had always you had some ammunition studio go to Hollywood and I could remember one of the first impressions I did other than Jimmy Stewart was George Burns on DH. I can remember taping my George Burns and sending it to Garry Moore, Carol Burnett and to see if I could get on the show on. I send it to Gary Moore. And I remember mailing it off. Got the address on everything in New York on I never heard anything. Ever on years and years later, I ran into Gary Moore at some function in Hollywood. And I said, Did you get my tape? Yeah. Well, People get started on that shoe. Yeah, well, Carol Burnett did. Yeah. You know we're going to continue on this journey. I know our audience is going to be fascinating. This may turn into a two party way haven't had two parties. But your career has been so a legendary and it's a journey that I would like you to be able to share with. This listening audience and and the audiences that have embraced you Over the years. My special guests that is rich little breaking bread with Bono from celebrity table 30 and we'll be right back with my special guest rich little. From some levity table 30 at the legendary.
"garry moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Harry, We adore you and Maddie and Tae adore you because they have covered your watermelon sugar, and I guess people are going crazy for Maddie and Tae's weigh my love them. We might have to listen to that Holly. If she can find that so on. I don't know where in the world. Harry Styles is right. You have a picture of him. I want to feel like he's still in Italy. Because the last time we saw him you saw the picture of him jogging with his mustache, right? Yes. Is that where he wasn't? Hey, wasn't go there can Okay. So on this day in 1911 August 6 Lucille Ball was born. And so I was kind of surprised at the number like Variety and the Hollywood reporter. And just the decider. They did story on Lucille Ball. And just like how amazing she is, because if you think of any of their early of the tea, I mean, I love Lucy still holds. Yes, it does that. That show is funny. We all know it. It's crosses all ages, and that You know she is and she and dizzy did the multi camera set up, which is still used for sitcom filming today, but one of the things and she practically re practically invented the rerun. And she had three shows with her name in it. You know, she acted into her sixties right into her sitcom, but one of the things That in one of the stories that I read is I did not realize what a pave like how much Lucy paved the way and what a supporter she was of other women. Yes, in Hollywood and So, um, Barbara Eden Way before she was I dream of Jeannie, she wrote in her memoir. She shared a Lucille Ball story. One of her very first parts. She had a small bit. Part on an I love Lucy episode. And Lucy came up to her and said, And I don't know if all these Hollywood outlets are doing the Lucille Ball story as just sort of compare and contrast without saying into Ellen. Another powerful person in Hollywood, who you know, could be could be helping. I just I find it ironic, and I know it was Lucy's birth. There's not a lot of content and I'm going to get that There's not a lot happening. You invented you couldn't be struck more with, like, okay, We need to hear these stories. So Barbara Eden He's got this bit part. She rates in her memoir that Ah, after during rehearsal, Lucy's said to her, You're good, Barbara. You don't usually find a pretty girl who can project and be funny at the same time. But make sure to put that pretty face of yours out there. Let the camera love your face. Don't look away from it, And that tip becomes even more notable when you learn that does your Nez had a way of making passes at all the little pretty faces. That showed up on the set of I love Lucy as bit. Players are partners like me to pass it, all of them and, ah, she and then she requested, Barbara Eden writes in her memoir. Did. I guess it was a party scene that Barbara Eden be dressed in the most sparkly. Beautiful fitted Wow dress so that she is the star. The China ironed out. Yeah, so that that's like a cool thing. And it's very Mary Tyler Moore and we fast forward the Dick Van Dyke Show is going on and I guess Lucy would watch the early rehearsals of it because basically she was the landlord of that show. The Dick Van Dyke Show was produced by Lucille Ball. Daisy Lou. Yes, production and I did not know that you and Mary Tyler Moore used to always call Lucille Ball. Her landlord. For that reason so on DME, or, you know, she hadn't really done that much was kind of new and she was nervous because it's Carl Reiner and Dick Van Day and, Ah After like one of the first rehearsals, they had Lucille Ball left the studio and then she made a point to turn around and come back and she walked right up to Mary Tyler Moore, and this is for Mary's. You know a story look to write me eye and said You're very good and then turned around and walked away and Mary Tyler Moore said That was the greatest gift she could have gotten. At that time because she was a wreck about being around these talented funnyman and then third example is Carol Burnett and her first guest appearance on the Lucy Show, and Carol Burnett was further along in her career and definitely more confident. Then when she first appeared on it, but she'd been a fan favorite for five years on the variety show the Garry Moore program, So she was a people. Yeah, but her TV presents Had died down considerably for a couple of years because that shows up there and then she's brought him for a guest spot. On a show called Lucy gets a roommate, which is kind of hard to find A guess out there on TV. Land is not in the regular roster, but Lucille Ball, let Carol Burnett shine because, she said. You know, she just wanted her to Eat up. Eat up. Take seal is steal the scene for me, right? Just do it real good. And one year later, Carol Burnett got her variety show. Good. That's a good story. Well, a couple of other things that you know Lucy's celebrated her 40th birthday before I love Lucy was even aired. And she had so you know how people say in Hollywood Now you're dead after 29 he had, you know her whole thing was later in life. He was the first female to run a major Hollywood studio with Does Alu Productions, which started in 1950 with her husband? And she also had her kids later because you're like, 42 40. Like older, you know, um first pregnant actors to play a pregnant woman on TV. I look at the pictures of her with your young kids. Oh, yeah. She was a non Jew knew in Hollywood. She was a blonde, right? And she was an MGM star. That's right. At 12. She started. Who did she live Right. A class from? She was a huge gardener. But he shared like Jimmy Stewart or somebody like that, right knowabout Because they would all again, Joe. He need drive right in Beverly Hills proper between you know sunset in Santa Monica. You know, she lived. That's that's where everybody that's where every member would hang out There. Wasn't she good at throwing parties? It seems like she lived very close to Jack Benny. Maybe they all have funny. Well, you were right, too. It was Jimmy Stewart was on the street. Rosemary Clooney, Jose Ferrer, Ira Gershwin, Jack Benny. Blacks. Berry drives was very bright was his star used drive in Beverly Hill between Santa Monica Boulevard sunsets over what I always consider is sort of Beverly Hills proper that hole. Oh, you know, from Joe..
"garry moore" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Believe here with D and the wonderful Fantastic Garry Moore. Check's in the mail. Can you say, 95 5 cameras again, please? 95 5 K. Lewis, Eric Clapton on both music Eric Clapton on the bumper music. Thank you, David G o a Little three. That's a great song ever that a long time and that's how we feel about you. You're expecting it. You know, it's good to be here on time. This friend Yes. Talk about anything. What else you want to know What else? So how long were you with Klos and tell us a little bit about that adventure? Where will I get there in the fall of 97 there's like a little gap in between for a few months, but basically almost like, 22 years. Kind of, like, think 22 a half Something like that. And, Yeah, it was a narrow, uneven aero 93 from time. I was the first morning human guy. What are going to call D. J on arrow? And that was, Did you ever go into the CBS the Columbus Square building at all? Have you ever read over with that? Because I just got condos. Now I think shops and stuff like that at Sunset and Gower. No, never never got to go in there. We'll tell us it was. It was the coolest building and yeah, that's where they had so many great old CBS radio shows and and live dramas and there's recording studio in their Buffalo Springfield recorded in there. The Beach Boys and Simon and Garfunkel is legendary recording area so that this building's that's so much history to it's It's great Art Deco ish kind of a building. And when I did mornings on narrow the window faced east so I would get there before sometimes sunrise, and so for a kid growing up in western Kentucky to look out on Sunset Boulevard with sun coming up and broadcasting to the masses. You know that that was, you know, I get if I died then and there I'd be a happy guy. So it was. It was something else. You sit there and just kind of go in the midst of all the morning craziness that was happening. Sometimes you just take a moment to kind of look at the palm trees and the sun coming up on sons over Sunset Boulevard is quite the thing and that That building was amazing. On DH You never knew who was going to be 11 day I was outside carts. Marquardt tape cartridges, putting some of those back and look down the hallway. And here comes Peter Noone Herman's hermits before you know, before Sarah, it was an oldie station. So I was working there then. And Peter Noone was coming up to interview with one of the other deejays to do like a tape show on and I'm like. Hey, you're Peter Noone eyes rich around. Yeah, He's waiting for you over here. I guess I have no idea was coming in. One day Ah, to promote I guess there was some sort of a charity event for me was a concert. Ah, gentleman by the name of Little Richard came in. Just little Richard Little Richard came in, and I got to have an audience with him for like, about five. 5 10 minutes. Picture everything. And what? What? Amazing guy. You know that that I got to through the radio through that station, you know, you get to meet some some interesting. You don't always get to meet everybody that you want to, but sometimes it works out where you do, and little Richard was one and then one day at six flags. A road here there was going to a concert with Chuck Berry. And they wanted me. They want somebody for the radio station was oldies 93 to go up and introduced Chuck Berry on the stage. Okay, we'll be fine. So we're just all waiting backstage to come out and check it arrived yet? So he arrives finally and backstage, and he wants to hang out for a few minutes and talk and change his shirt. So here's the arguably one of the most influential godfather's a rocket role. You Chuck Berry, the Chuck Berry is backstage with The about four or five of us were just kind of hanging out backstage, and he's just talking and joking and laughing in the greatest mood ever. And he's gonna get that kind of a showbiz kind of off white roughly shirt they wanted to wear, so he took off his other shirt in front of us, and he was cut. I mean, it looked like you know, you lifted weights of stuff got cut, and there's like early nineties. Maybe, like 1992 or so or something like that. And we had the best conversation and I don't you know, I didn't touch ground. I think after that, for longest time it was to have Chuck Berry shake your hand. Say it's great to meet you was, you know? Wow, that was. Yeah, exactly. And it wasn't too long after that, that little Richard, and so there was like this whole string of things happening all at once. Dale Shannon was you know the late great Del Shannon was in there one day and we were talking about? Yeah, that he'd just been out with Tom Petty and Tom Petty had written the song about Running down a dream Me and Del were Singin Little Runaway on. There's another cool guy that that I always liked. You know, I go to pieces was one of his long and so there's all these really cool things that happen, and then it changed format and went overto Arrow. Then I was there for four years and then came over to Klos..
"garry moore" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And Oh, my goodness, That music is so amazing guys, you listening, cloaking skies. Rock and roll is 11 will in here. The studio tonight at 7 90 gave you see, We're putting the spotlight on hot summer rock releases and we put the spotlight on cloaking skies will be talking. To the leader of the group as well as guys, We have a special segment with the one and only Garry Moore. You know him, of course, from his amazing work at 95.5 Klos And he'll be with us in just a moment as well. But first, let's go to Chris Jayden. He's a singer songwriter, guitars producer, an amazing musician at heart and he's here with us. And he's the founder, member of Cloaking Skies. Welcome Does that song is so powerful. It's so energetic Did how did you write this song? This is amazing. Well, if we unfortunately had to go through a really bad fire down here, the wolf the fire in the end of 2018. It was probably one of the most intense things. I mean, we're right next to the Santa Monica Mountains. They were just starting at our place, and we had to evacuate for for 10 days and ended up having to go nor Cal. And very, very bad happened really quick and things were just burning all around for Almost I guess. 4 to 5 days straight around the Santa Monica Mountains to the end of the lost virginity it was, you know, something I really had an experience. I've experienced viruses have been in California for the last 11 a half years with nothing in this way that has put me in a position to be evacuated. And just to see the damage friend's homes here in Malibu, Calabasas and all.
"garry moore" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And adjunct English professor at Hillsborough Community College, and he's got a new book Comets. Onda apparently, is a very knowledgeable on Tibor City history. What's comments all about? I think we got Joseph Allen Acosta. On here somewhere. Okay, I'm here. Can you hear me? Yeah, I can hear. You know what's comments all about? Good morning. Thank you for having me on am Champa Bai Comments of the link collection of short stories that we've together Like Like a novel. The book follows the life of Roberta Lose era and the unpredictable struggles of Italian, Cuban and American cabinetmakers and a boar city. Stories are loosely based on the Cabinet shop that my father owns more than 60 years. So this is sort of a history of the more city as well. More cities only a backdrop for the Cabinet shop. It's more about the people in the shop, and you know your city is full, unique characters and, Ah, lot of them made their way into my dad's shop. I fictionalized story but over 60 years Ah lot of things happen in that Cabinet shop. We saw a lot of Tampa history. And much of it is mentioned in the book. Yeah, and in that time period, what from the stories you get from your family from the history there. What do you hear about that? You know you we talked about so many immigrants coming in Sicilian immigrants, people from Italy. What did it look like? Early 19 hundreds and Eve or city? Well, you know, at that time, especially if you read Gary Dr Garry Moore Marino's book. I know people in this area of red that he was at University of South Florida. Um, you know, you learn from that history that like my family My family came over between 1905 in 1911 that came through Ellis Island came to Florida. My great grand parents did, and they rolled cigars like a lot of people did my grandpa and my grand parents, their Children went into the trades they wanted to. They became Cabinet makers and plumbers and electricians. Um Italians at that time and were coming at 203 100 a week. Ah, and the Cubans befriended them. They talked them Spanish and because that was the language of the boar city at the time, and then that's where my family is from. Historically and you're talking about Gary. Mommy know he's done some great history on Tibor City. It was where cigars remain. It's why we became Cigar City. Undoubtedly, while we have a cigar festival there every year. And of course, they needed support for the businesses, and that's what Your dad did with a Cabinet business and again. The name of the book is Comets. Joseph Allen, Kostya and Joseph. Thanks for joining us on AM Tampa Bay. Thank you so much for having me and I hope everybody who gets it enjoys the book. Well, I certainly hope so. I think they will. It's 7.
"garry moore" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Kirby. Everybody's speculating on whether she was referring toe George Kirby. Or maybe George Gobel used to be on Hollywood squares The world from George Gobel. Our or maybe Durward Kirby. I've got. I've got a paint supplies store down the street from the George Kirby paints. Really? Yeah. You're it, Jorge Cur. I didn't know George Kirby had a line of paints only does Do you remember Durward? Kirby? He may have been before your time. That's a little before me. Yeah, he was. He was one of these goofballs. He was a big, tall guy. Good natured. You know, my I think my uncle always used to say. Who the hell is Durward Kirby know, then they're all started laughing and say he's a guy who's famous for being famous. And that's that's about summed it up. Kind of like Garry Moore. There were a bunch of people like that on TV back in those days. All right. 844 542. Like the original team, Z kind of Ah, used to interview celebrities. Durward Kirby. Yeah, I don't know. I just always summon game shows and things like that. I think the original sort of TMZ was. Wasn't that Allen Funt, a candid camera. I was kind of. I guess that was kind of a T. M always that Durward Kirby was kind of a precursor to Dorothy Kilgallon. No, no, no, no. Dorothy Kilgallon. She went back to the thirties. She was She was a Hearst Broadway columnist. And then she got a gig on What's my line? And she was married to Ah, Richard Colmer. Wait. Hold on a k. A Boston Blackie. There would Kirby was an American TV host and announcer. He's best remembered for the Garry Moore Show 19 fifties and candid camera. Which he co hosted with Alan Funt. Right, OK, OK, Yeah, that's right. And and again, I was that I always thought that always puzzled me, too, because they said, Why does Alan Alan Funt could handle this by himself? Why does he need their word? Kirby is a sidekick. Why did Johnny Carson need Ed McMahon? When I was a longer show. I mean, you know when you're doing an hour and 1/2 a supposed toe 30 minutes that's doing nothing in 30 minutes, as opposed to doing nothing but an hour and 1/2 is about the same thing. Oh, my. I thought the Tonight show in those days was pretty good. I think most people would say it was no, absolutely compared the I mean and not the candid camera was bad, but it was all just you know, it was all set pieces. There were they? You know, they I don't know how many How much film they had to shoot to get. You know the 30 minutes a week, but it was all cut dried, scripted all right time now for something that's not cut dried, not scripted. I refer, of course to the chump line..
"garry moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And let's play the rest of it uninterrupted Steve. Gregory talking to Carol Burnett. How were you aware of Tim? How did you know him in meet him? I became aware Jim, when he was a guest on the Garry Moore show when I was a second banana, I was a regular performance, supporting performer on the Gary Moore show. Tim, and I did not work together in that particular show. I remember he just comedy bit. And I thought, oh my God just guys read funny. So years later when I got my show, of course, you know, we, we reached out to him, and he came on as a guest and was hysterical. So we just kept saying, let's, let's get them as often as we can. And that's when he met Herbie. And it was just magic magic with those two, and it was just, you know, just happened over the blue that Tim and Harvey, you know, they imagine a bottle. When did you know Carol? I've got my team. Well, I knew the magic really, I think, really took off when Tim came up with the whole thing with the dentist sketch, and, you know, the writers had written that, you know, he would have little problem with the novacaine and, you know, they came up with that premise, but then, Tim took it to a whole whole new height. And when that happened. I just said, this is the two of them together. It's like Abbott and Costello. It's like Dean Martin, and Jerry. Lewis is like laurel and hardy, it's the best is the best and it just got better and always loved. See harvey. Prided himself on being a very serious comedic actor you know, he didn't like to break up at all. It was Tim's goal in life to get Hertie. And so there were times when they would start sketching, all Tim would do would be kinda cock his head to one side, and just look at Harvey and Harvey would be gone. And nobody did it on purpose. I, we've been criticized for that few times, you know, they shouldn't break up or anything like that. But I do anybody to keep it together once Conway got on a roll, and it was my view that I didn't wanna stop tape, I wanted it to be like a life show. And if that's what happened. That's what happened. It didn't happen as often as people think it did. But they think it happened, you know, quite a lot because it stands out in their in their memory, you know. And so many people say, oh my gosh, we just loved it when you guys couldn't keep it together. And I always say, well, blame Conway, it was his fault. Where would you be Carol? When they were doing their sketches were, you out on stage where would you look from I would be in my dressing room and I had the television on. And I would see stuff was happening. So then I, I'd run out of my dressing room and I'd go to the wings, and I'd stand buying one of the cameramen, and just be there, you know, to, to watch it without much it on television just to just to be in the same space within an also I love to look at the audience the studio audience where they were doubled over laughing, and that was so delicious, you know, and I thought, well, this is this is the way comedy should be, you know, when you speak about that. I did interview you at this past Emmys, and I talked to you a little bit about comedy back when your show was on in common. I remember, would you? Please remind us again. Why comedy was so beautiful back then and why you don't how it so different than today comedy was better back, then I found like an old fogy. But back then, when we started my show, we have mister Palley, who ran CBS had the attitude for all these shows on CBS. He said you guys are the artists. I'm the businessman. You do what you do. I'll do what I do. And they left us alone. That is unheard of today. I've done some guest shots on sitcoms. And you know where everybody has an opinion, and it's run by committee. And also, they take forever to tape, it, I twenty one minutes this one time I was doing this show to five hours is insane. I don't know why. But everybody wants to nitpick and redo it and redo retakes in front of the audience, which I find is horrible. And so we I don't think we did twelve pickup shots at eleven years. It had to be dire that we would stop and have to do something over. And I just again that wouldn't happen today and nobody would let Tim today. I guarantee you would let him just go and do what he wanted to do that. Couldn't wouldn't be done today. All right. That's Steve, Gregory with Carol Burnett with the mole finish up at that envy. Those other four or five minutes and we'll play that for you after this break. But don't forget tomorrow from eleven AM to six PM at Barranco at the outdoor pavilion. It is the fork report out there. Morongo casino for the big taco festival. Mondo will be out there. Are you signing autographs tomorrow? Avocados into anything else. Avocados. That's what we're calling them now. Okay. Last Saturday for thanks so people can meet you at the Morongo outdoor pavilion. We'll be out in the front, where the you can buy the two dollar taco tokens. Okay. All right. And are they judging the best tacos? Yeah. They're gonna talk presentations, chili contests chili eating contests and some of the stuff and go spins for Morongo, spins and stuff. And it's live remote from two to five to five live, remote Morongo. But you're gonna be out there early. The event goes on from eleven AM til six PM. I'll be there probably around eleven thirty by the way about the pork report is, yeah. The show's on two to five, but he's usually their hours before and after. Oh, yeah, that's a lot of fun. Yeah. He's it. It's a great show. 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"garry moore" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"No all right paul stidham carol once fell asleep on stage during a live performance that i do not believe it happened what was the play i was doing once upon a mattress i was doubling i was doing the garry moore show at the same time so the the and i was working seven days a week so the finale of once upon a mattress is i'm the princess and they put me on top at twenty match and the evil queen puts a p under the bottom well the whole point is that she feels something and she can't sleep and so i was tired this one day and i fell asleep in front of the audience okay ball what's next while guesting on her show burt reynolds walked in on carol naked inner trusting room i really hope that that's true i'm gonna say yes no what's adding thousands what's next i know i am jerrell is so afraid of heights if she looks down from a high height her cabs cramp up i don't believe it it's true okay one more when she was a teenager carol babysat for steven tyler i don't think that adds up no you're right thank you that is so great let's go to megan from michigan megan what your question for carol burnett handy hi carol wondering who is your favorite and least favorite bows of your longtime friend elizabeth taylor favorite and least favorite spouse of elizabeth taylor did you meet a lot of her spouse's.