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"gary marshall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Season. Spinoffs? One of the many spin-offs. Yeah, they started the girls started sending Williams and and and penny. Marshall penny Marshall started out as just a guess pot and happy days and no joke. This is probably one of the strangest origin stories ever. Gary Marshall was standing with ABC executive on the set when those to win those two were making guest appearance and happy days. They did a close up of those two and the ABC executive Gary Marshall, Gary Marshall said look at that close up that's a TV show right there. And that was the beginning of Laverne, Shirley. And that's not a joke. One close up shot created a television show, and it was one of the biggest I don't think we don't have shows like this anymore because of the diversification of of of the audience and how you know. Choices with this show was giant especially for a sitcom. This was a huge show. So here we go. We're going to begin. We're going to begin with question one. This is about season one of the show. So here we go. Feeling I'm not going to do shooting Dirk here. But that's okay. The general premise of the show we've all seen at least maybe one episode. Yes. Yeah. But but still none of us have actually studied Laverne and Shirley. For a living. So here we go question. Number one..
"gary marshall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Spin-offs? Yeah. One of the many. Yeah. They they started the the girls started sending Williams and and penny Marshall the penny. Marshall started out as a guest spot and happy days and no joke. This is probably one of the strangest origin stories ever. Gary Marshall was standing with ABC executive on the set when those two when those two were making guest appearance and happy days. They did a close up of those two and the ABC executive Gary Marshall, Gary Marshall said look at that close up that's a TV show right there. And that was the beginning of Laverne, and Shirley, and that's not a joke. How one close up shot created a television show, and it was one of the biggest I don't think we don't have shows like this anymore because of the diversification of the audience and how. Hard choices with this show was giant especially for sitcom. This was a huge show. So here we go. We're going to begin. We're going to begin with question one. This is about season one of the show. So here we go. Feeling I'm not going to do shooting in the dark here. But that's okay. Premise the general premise of the show we've all seen at least maybe one episode. Yes. Yeah. But but still none of us have actually studied Laverne and Shirley. F- for a living. Here we go question number.
"gary marshall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Tell us about Morgan Mindy, and this book that you're listening to so I'm listening to the biography of Robin Williams. It's called, Robin. And it's so good. I mean, it's one of those ones you put it in. And it tells you you're not gonna finish this book for I think sixteen hours. I don't know how many pages that comes out. So I got to speed it up. I got my reading speed at one point two five which is fast enough. So that you're making better progress, but it's not and then Robert went over to Hollywood. And when he's in Hollywood, which is how wrong. Spoken at that speed. So they talk about how he how the character of Mork came to be now, did you watch happy days? Donna I did. Okay. Did you watch more can Mindy? I did. Okay. So I watched happy days in syndication. But I don't think I've ever seen an episode of Morgan many. But I know of it have seen little clips anyway. It's just made life is amazing. So Gary Marshall is the director and the producer of happy days. Okay. Darren season five of happy days season five of happy days. Incidentally is the season where it jumped the shark phrase that we get when a TV show goes from you know, kind of be the rage and believable. Then Fonzie went out to the west coast and jumped to shark on his motorcycle in that same season, they were running out of some ideas. The year before Star Wars had come out. So Gary Marshall, admittedly, a little hard up for new ideas was talking with his son at the time. And he said, what do you think we should do which we do on happy days? And he said you should have some some kind of like a space alien because Star Wars was hot and his son loves Star Wars. So then Gary Marshall goes into the writer's room and said all right guys this the same season where they've already jumped the shark which by the way does not mean the ratings went down you are right about didn't just got weird. It just got weird. And then the weirdness continued. He goes into the writer's room and says, all right? I need Fonzie to square off with an alien and they're like, no. But Gary Marshall said, but I was the boss. So then it was gonna work. So then he goes the writers of thinking how are we ever going to be able to pull this off? This makes no sense. No one is going to buy this. And then his son he's telling us on this. And they say how can we make this believable? And he said, well, then you can just say that it was all dream, which I guess is how they ended up solving that in within happy days. So then they make it all dream, Robin. Williams comes in now, what happens at the the curtain call, you know, after they tape it in front of a live studio audience all the main players are going out, and they're all getting a plus when Robin Williams who had only ever been in that up. So nobody knew him when he stepped out on stage. They said that the studio audience stood to their feet. So he got bigger cheers than Fonzie. And then Ritchie, and it was people took notice fast forward to that summer. ABC hard up for shows. They look through the cupboards were bear. They had no interesting new shows. So then Michael Eisner who was head of. ABC back at the time. Call Gary Marshall and said, hey, what do you wanna do? You have any new ideas? We we need some new ideas. And he went on to say, look, they love you. We love you just make something up. And so then Gary Marshall said well, there was this guy who appeared on one episode, by the way, most of the executives in the brass at ABC didn't even watch it. Because by that point happy days had been on for five years. It was a ratings success. So they didn't have to manage it. You know what I mean? So when he said more it wasn't like they said. Oh, yes. Of course, when Robin Williams, they didn't know, they were none the wiser. So he said he got a huge standing ovation. He just crushed it. Why don't we do that? And they said great figure out where it's going to be set. So then Gary Marshall had a sister who was in school in Boulder, Colorado. And he said, let's have it set in Boulder, Colorado. And then Michael is a contact says, look we liked the idea we like, Mark. But we need we need something else in Gary Marshall quickly figured out what they were getting at. And he said, look, I get it you need you need it to be more and somebody what about Morgan. Mandy morgan. Melanie Morgan Mindy? Now, we figured it out. So from one from Garry Marshall's son having benefactor of Star Wars is what caused Robin Williams to become more on happy days. And then eventually more can Mindy ha. From just a kid like in Star Wars. I bet there's tons of stories in Hollywood like that agree that we don't know about that just comes from talking to your kid or your whoever your mom, your dad at the dinner table. I bet there's tons of them that would be fun to put put together a book like that. Little stories of how things came to be. And then if we look back in our own lines, we all have these little pivotal moments. Where you think boy had this not happened had? I not been there at this particular time. And I remember my father-in-law once said whether that means something good happened or bad happened. He said don't don't ever get weighed down by that. Because if you really analyze your life, you will find it is I would believe that these are all divinely orchestrated moments or if you think that they're coincidences whatever they are. He said they are all over your life for better and for worse. And so don't, you know, you don't have to get way down with all my goodness. What if I wouldn't have been in the store at that? Exact your life is made up of those things it's going to happen. It's hard to have regrets about big things that happen in your life. Right. Because if that thing wouldn't have happened, then this thing wouldn't have happened. Well, hey, do you remember when when I found out that I had gone to school with the girl from vendor pump roles Sheena we were like in class together. And then I come to find out years later. Oh, she's in the show that I never watch. Anyway. So I'm I'm reading this one of my college professors who was a mentor to me in a friend. She was the one who really liked pushed the intelligence. She was fantastic. Her name is Monica, Janice. I knew that she had appeared in Morgan Mindy at some point. So I was waiting thinking. I wonder if this will ever happen. But I didn't remember much of the backstory and they keep referencing. This comedic duo of Rick and ruby throughout the throughout the book. And there was a time that Robin Williams in San Francisco was opening for Rick and ruby then when he went on to do some stuff in New York City, it was part of a big comedy show out there. He would have Rick and ruby. Open for him come to find out. They he's going through listening to the book. And then they said Robin Williams who was in a limo at the time with one of the members of Rick and ruby Monica, Janice, and I was like son of a God listen to this. Now, the story that they were telling was actually at one point early in his career with the success of Morgan Mindy. Comedian started having backlash against Robin Williams because they said that he was stealing some of their material that he would drop into the comedy shore on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. And he would steal jokes from comedians and use them later in Mork and Mindy. Comedian said look when you use it on national TV in front of an audience of some forty million people. It's not going to work the next time. I do it. It's gonna feel like I bring you exactly. And so the example that they were giving was he was in the limo with my professor from college. An my professor from college Monica. Janice tells him a story about how her cousins grandma died something like that in before the end of that ride wherever they were going. He had retold the story in about his own life. The same parts were in the whole store. They were saying his mind moves so fast that some argue the innocently he lifted material from other people, but tapping in example of in the same ride to wherever they were going. He heard a story, and then regurgitate regurgitated it as his own story. Interesting. Very interesting. Yeah. You're right, though, mind probably because it works so fast. You just start throwing things in the story and your. Yeah. Sorry about somebody coming a comedian coming up to him at the comedy store backstage slamming him against the wall. Saying you use my joke in demand at three hundred dollars in regulars of the comedy store back then said that he paid he paid up. Wow. It's really interesting when I was a kid. I remember for Christmas one year. I was so excited because I was a fan of Mork and Mindy Robin Williams had a comedy album out called reality. What a concept. See it right now. I could see his head on the, you know, just a head shot of him on the Elbe them. Yes. It is pretty dirty. I don't think my parents realized that's because I just read about that this morning. That's what they were talking about this morning. And he saw that. In fact, there's a point I guess on the album, he just uses the f bomb lot. Yes. Where he and by the way, they do document not gender. No. Excuse me. She talks about how he got away with all sorts of dirty stuff talk about the metoo movement. I mean, they would be running a line. He could be stark naked suddenly at a rehearsal, grab her breasts on my all these things that he would get away with back then anyway, they were talking about that. And he saw that as an opportunity he felt sort of suppressed by Morgan median the network executives as kind of a family show. Yes. And then people just the corporate execs were always reeling him back in. And so that was a place for him to just let himself go and on that album. The crowd starts chanting more more more. And then I guess he breaks character and one of the only moments on the album where he uses his actual, Robin Williams voice and says guys, look, I come here. So that I can take a break from the they go on without making thing on it. Okay. So again, the name of the, Robin. It's not an autobiography and biographies on autobiography this is a biography that came out posthumously for. Robin williams. So, but it's it's really interesting listened to the narration is great too on on audible. So if you wanna listen, I don't know. But this guy's got a great voice in at times. He has to do sort of his own version of Robin. Robin Williams is doing he's pretty darn good. Oh, good call. All right. Good deal. When we come back. We're gonna put some people in time out. Oh, you're gonna put a TV show in time out. And I'm going to tell you about a guy who proposed to his girlfriend and now wants to take that proposal back. We'll tell you about that coming up next on mytalk one zero seven.
"gary marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Marshall, her late brother, Gary Marshall is the one that created Laverne and Shirley. You know, and that was kind of a spin off of happy days wasn't it kinda sorta is set like around the same time, but remember Laverne, and Shirley, and they were up in Milwaukee and they were working at shots brewery. And and gosh, you're the other cast of characters lenient squeegee they'd come in from time to time. And then and then Carmine and worked at his. I think karma is dad had the pizza place. Yeah. That was a that was a terrific show. And penny Marshall was actually married to rob Reiner at one time believe it or not from all in the family. Okay. Yeah. But yet she she was she was on the happy day spin off and that aired for that went on for eight seasons. Because remember there are Milwaukee. And then I think they moved to Hollywood. But then after that. She'd of she'd kind of gotten the bug to direct because she had directed. A few of those episodes. And then she got in the mid eighties. I'm wanting to say she got her first big break because she'd already had some experience and one of the movie studios knew that she had directed. And they asked her to come in and be a last minute replacement to direct. We'll be Goldberg's movie was sisters. No jumping Jack flash. Wow. That was the first one. I didn't know that. And then and then she directed big with Tom Hanks remember that one now was a huge one a league of their own the women's baseball league. She did that one and then. Awakenings? No. Who else she directed? That was big. But I mean, she she she had plenty of plenty of big names that she directed. And of course, she a big name herself. But yeah, so yeah, we lost a good one yesterday at the age of seventy five she is entertaining. Millions over the decades. And of course, we all fell in love with her as the wise cracking Laverne defies EEO back in the day. Very sad. You know, we also lost Nancy Wilson last week. Yes. Yes. I think she was around seventy five to nasc- might have been. Yeah. Nasc- might have been a little bit older. Yeah. For some reason. I wanted to think Nancy Wilson might have been closer to. Eighty but I could be wrong. I could be wrong. Nancy wilson. Was eighty two. I was way off Eighty-one Eighty-one Nancy wasn't with eighty one was going to be eighty two in February that wasn't that far off. But still yeah. Yeah. Another great one, and you know, in a couple of weeks, we'll do a review of the year, and you know, on TV or wherever and we'll go back at it all the people who passed away this year, we lost a law lot of famous people a lot of famous people. Tiny j powers is gonna join us in about nine minutes here. She's talking about the legislation. That's being. Being pushed out there about bump stocks and making those illegal as as as the belief is that they've turned semiautomatic weapons into automatic weapons, and essentially and I'll at town you talk more about the mechanics of the bump bump stock. But essentially the recoil of a weapon is what it gets its energy fed from which allows that trigger to be. Engaged guess more frequently I think, that's that's kinda the gist. That's the that's the elevator speech on that. Bottom of the hour here. Our top stories next hour, we're gonna talk with Kemp. Conrad. I don't know if if you'd heard about this about the three vacancies on the city council, but they decided to not work on that in fill those yesterday that has been moved on. I believe district one district six and super district. Eight. They had two rounds of voting yesterday. The only finalist left in district one. Failed to get a majority of six of the ten council members. So the city is kind of in limbo, and you have a few districts that do not have representation on the city council. In the meantime, which seems like there's something not right about that to me taxation without representation, at least at the city level. I know that there's state Senate and congress I understand that. But not on the but not on the local level. Hey, you know, pennies been getting kind of I guess pennies been getting a little feisty about. Rick Barnes, the Tennessee coach, he had you know, he had some courteous things to say and. And then at the end of it all. Not not such a maybe some kind words regarding the coach of Tennessee. And you know, I I'm guessing some folks might have been taken aback by that. Maybe a little shocked by that. But. You know? So what? So what is he saying is he saying things that we're thinking as Memphis fans, adding fuel to the flames of the Memphis in UT, possibly rebirth of the rivalry. Now. You know, we can talk about family members. But other people can't didn't he accused the team of flopping and said that Tennessee had called hit called Rick Barnes. What low class said the vault the vault. You know, he said 'cause the vol's players were off the bench toward the end of the game Saturday, and you know, penny claim that they were wanting to fight. Yeah. I think he might have pushed penny. I don't really know. All the details. But. But get out of here. That's not exactly what penny said. But but. Get the outta here. But. Yeah. But it's interesting how how penny has played this. Because you know, he's characterizing Tennessee wanting to fight little ole unranked Memphis in here. They are big bad number three trying to come after the, you know, an unranked team. But that's even made news. That's supposed to be in house who told that what to fight the statement. Was it made publicly it was made. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Sidelines. Somebody bring that to the forefront. It was said after I guess a question and answer time. I think is when he said that. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It wasn't. It wasn't passed on. No confidentiality was breached. Let's just put it that way. Okay. Okay. Yeah. So. But penny doesn't like to lose penny. Doesn't want to lose to UT. And. Penny doesn't necessarily in this particular case doesn't say the the politically expedient or politically correct thing to say he's got a team to run, you know, it's not about puppy dogs and butterflies their reality is that was an emotionally charged game that was a hard fought game. And at one point we were we were what within six at one point. And and just missed like a three I think could have really hit that three pointer in pulled that two three the roof. Water started shaking on FedEx forum. I think the heat the heat would have been on Tennessee at that point the team play good all the way through. Yeah. A little nervous at first. But then they like this is what it's going to be in went for it. Coming up. We're talking bump stocks tiny Jay powers joins us. We've got our weekly legal analysis at seven fifteen we're gonna talk city council camp Conrad. He was one of the ones that did show up at seven forty five. We'll talk with him coming up on Memphis morning news. It's forty four degrees. Now, it is going to warm up today today. We'll be the warmest day that will have for the next several days. We got to look at that Christmas day forecast to.
"gary marshall" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Jersey giant time nine zero seven Steve trevelise and you Christmas merry Christmas. W ever very merry Christmas. I can't believe it is so close to Christmas shopping. Hope you have an idea of what you want for Christmas. That's a hard thing. It's a hard thing. Figuring out what you offer Christmas because. We all wait for Christmas. We just go get what we want when you're a kid you, right? The Christmas list and y'all now it's like what do you want Christmas? Well, no. But you got to be careful because say, I don't know God knows what you'll get especially like me of your giant fan of Beatles. Fan stuff that shows up. I've got everything with a giant logo on into my house everything with the Beadle logo in my house. But I digress. Penny. Marshall died. How always penny Marshall seventy something you can find that out. I love Benny Marshall Laverne Laverne. And but I love a best as marinate there and from the couple seventy five so young diabetes. She died of rob Reiner's ex wife. Gary Marshall sister. They were Italian the marshalls. Gary Marshall happy days. Laverne, shirley. Big was a penny Marshall movie league of their own a penny Marshall movie, she she will be missed and the Marshall family, you know, from what I read, of course, you know, Gary Marshall, really, you know, I remember an interview Gary Marshall, where he said, you know, like if if television where a department store, we sort of happy days Laverne, Shirley, we were the toy department and penny Marshall lived up to that. I wanna talk about this hour, though, found money. This is you know, the story. I imagine going to work on Friday morning and our Thursday morning, and suddenly you see money flying or any started reaching out and grabbing it. Well, some of the money that fell off a Brinks truck armored truck during rush hour Thursday is slowly made its way back to.
"gary marshall" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Los Angeles. Hi, jason. Hey, how's it going? Yeah. She died here in Los Angeles at her home in the Hollywood hills of complications from diabetes, which she didn't. We didn't really know she was struggling with. I mean, this kind of a surprise that. This would happen. We knew she had battled lung cancer few years ago, but she was in remission for that. So we didn't know that her health problems were so dire that she was near death at any point. Let's talk a little bit about her career because we felt we feel special tied to her and to happy days in a Laverne and Shirley here in Milwaukee. And that was really a big deal for her. But it went much deeper than that. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean that was the show that really launched her. And after that, she stepped behind the camera, but most people knew her face and knew who she was from Laverne, and Shirley, and of course, from the started on happy days with a guest appearance there. But really for her started on the odd couple where she was she played a secretary on there. And she came out she came out here to Los Angeles. Her brother, Gary Marshall was writing on the show and kind of gave her a break there. But once everybody saw they saw talented. She was while she might have known a couple of people and been in the right place at the right time. It was really her talent who really broke out and then on the wearning, Shirley. I mean, the magic that the two of them had together was just so fantastic that chemistry that they had. And you know, a lot of people at the time called her that generation's Lucille ball her timing. Her comedy were just so great. Jason her directorial debut, very revolutionary, right? And she was the first female director that for movie that grows. Over one hundred million dollars is that correct with that was for big big. That was the first movie that really was a successor her. Personally, she directed was jumping Jack flash. Which was a friend of hers Goldberg, they're having trouble on the movie. So they needed to replace the director, and they brought her in and she never really directed a movie before. So she again in the right place at the right time. But she did a good job that movie wasn't a huge success. But because they saw she can handle that. That's how she got big. And then with big directing Tom Hanks in that it was the first film directed by women to gross over one hundred million dollars. Which is I mean, just kinda crazy to think that it took until the late eighties to do that. But because of that, she not only inspired people through Laverne, and Shirley and her comedy, and inspired. I think a whole generation to to wanna get into comedy. She inspired a whole generation of female directors to want to get into the business to the point du Vernay one of the greatest directors right now tweeting today. Thank you penny. Marshall for the trails, you blazed the last few gave the. Hearts you warmed? So without penny. Marshall kind of paving the way in showing that women can direct a movie, and do it successfully people like do Rene might not be in the business ABC's Jason Nathanson in Los Angeles. Thank you so much Jason take some of the names associated with our very interesting to she gave Mark Wahlberg his first acting job. He got his break. Thanks to penny. Marshall that was in a movie called renaissance man, he mentioned there. Whoopi Goldberg one of her close friends. She also directed someone else who became a close friend, Denzel Washington movie, the preacher's wife that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety six she was once married to rob Reiner. And she was also dating at one point. Art, Garfunkel, rob Reiner tweeting out today that she was the love of his life. And he will miss her.
"gary marshall" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"That's right for you. Oh, that's. You guys ever watch Albert? That's my wasn't her father, a producer or something. Something marshalls Gary Marshall. Sitcom, we're gonna do my way our way. What was the theme for curly arm-in-arm, Dan? Yeah. Took place a lot more walkie, Milwaukee Milwaukee, and they had the. Yes. Yes. I know again today. I was wondering what the heck does that mean? Awesome. Awesome. The bottling company. Yeah. Sounds like a brewery if it's not it should be. Well, let's start one but a league of their own the broadcast. Oh, yes, last she was at Lhasa Klein based on true events cry. Yeah. Crying. There's no crying in baseball. And that was that was slow. Yeah. Oh, I don't remember Madonna. I was gonna say John is in the movie. Yeah. But that wasn't the crying. I can't name. She was the blonde secondary accurate, but not a threat. I can remember. But it was that was a classic novel scene and Gena Davis. Just if you didn't know it was real I didn't realize I was watching it. And then at the end of all, Mike. So cool. Yeah. In the mid west. But penny Marshall, God bless, and that's terrible. Sidekick there. Who's shirley? She was Laverne, right? Yes. Shirley was a penny Marsh. No, no. Yup. I remember you gonna make me look it up on Facebook or guys because I. Yeah. Oh my gosh. Here we go. Everybody will find it off. But. And then that was that was the era of happy days as well. Right. Yeah. All those guys are still ahead on the TV. We had family shows. Imagine a is that what you mean? No, you're right. And that's all they had. They didn't have a lot of variety. Yeah. Cable back then I remember, maybe they were listening. Cindy will Cindy. I'm serious. Yeah. More of the Bush, and the Shirley was that's true Laverne was Shirley. The petite little pretty girl in the burn was the toughen up girl and totally did one that was a controversial one and only member this. Because recently, I was on TV or something. I was watching a show about the eighty s or something. One of the TV shows has the seventies. Seventies, sixties, whatever. And they're talking about the news. News. They did a segment on sex and the going they didn't call it that day Bubba. But a of being something like that or for boom or something like that see were whole skit on that. And it was very controversial. Because it was it was about that..
"gary marshall" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Wanna i wanna do what he does i wanted like that too i wanna be i wanna make an album books gary wasn't yet on knows arson nineteen eighty so just re carson pre carson wow and an interesting i didn't tell this in the documentary and i sort of wish i have i think part of the problem with the what's planet what planet are you from movie which i worked a little bit on with gary was it should have been an albert brooks movie you know he should have focused at down in the way that he originally wanted to do like a little character movie as opposed to trying to make it big studio commercial film with it which was anyway but the point being gary is the guy who said to me if you wanna write you could be a writer and let's talk about why and gary said when i was your age and gary was thirty i was nineteen when i was your age i drove from tucson to phoenix to see george carlin i showed him a bunch of jokes i came back the next day george looked at the jokes he told me you know these are good these are what aren't good and i'm doing that for you is sort of the subtext of it and he the next year so we were jokes with him for a year two years three years but my senior year he introduced me to a guy named mark kin who was producing laverne and shirley and mark came to see a play that had written that was being performed at ucla comedy and he hired me on and shirley which was going from being funny in these sort of weird in your dorm room or writing jokes at your you know little typewriter on occasion while studying to sitting in rooms with really funny professionals gary there gary was not there now what season gary gary marshall no although he did direct an episode that i wrote that's that was the only time i met him and oh my god i it's funny thing okay so i'll i remember from that is me for some reason coming back early from lunch and being the only one in the in the writer's room and in the office and getting caught in the phone's ringing and i was like somebody normally picks up the phone but everyone's at lunch i get to hello and it's garry marshall i need someone down on set i need a joke i was like okay and i was one of the writers of this episode but has like okay what's the i don't remember what it was but he needed but gimmie three alz and and he tells me the setup and he hangs up and like okay so i wrote a bunch tried went down to the set and show runner wasn't there no every was gone it was lunch and they were blocking you it was like blocking day and something so i delivered some jokes and he liked one and i was like oh so then two years three years later no more than that the five years later don't ted was just being made and i went to go see gary marshall talk somewhere on a panel and afterwards i went up to him as one of the you know see people that goes up to people after their speakers yeah and what i wanted to say to him was hey man thank you for giving me this opportunity but what i got out was so i used to work on the vernon shirley he's like oh fantastic he didn't remember having met me or anything fantastic could you an i said and i'm not doing tv anymore i wanted to say working in movies i said i'm not doing tv anymore and any pats me on the head and goes we'll keep trying unsure that's the only other time you ever saw them until about ten years later i'm on a panel with him but it's a giant panelist the writers guild and it's a comedy right and you're a huge at this point this black minimum black could come out yeah so you had written at the time the biggest movie ever basically your second biggest movie ever it was certainly had its notoriety but now picture a panel that was a long day with and.
"gary marshall" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Yes it was one of those moments where you know well but the point is that everybody looks back on that moment as when gary marshall decided hey we got a boost the ratings like we're losing to i dunno all in the family or something was out and we got a boost the ratings walk we do somebody came up with the insane idea to put the funds on water skis and if that wasn't good enough hey i got it he can't jump is like this was the day of evil knievel what can we have him do how about him jumping shark now who came to gary marshall come up with that idea who can we blame for that silly idea well because henry actually could water ski so well they said what can we use for can you you'll be doing so that was a a mutual idea i sure but it's so dumb that's become cut part of the cultural vocabulary jump shot well okay so so the point is junk jumping the shark means when you get desperate to something insane to kind of you know get ratings or something i mean it seems like every successful show gets to that point.
"gary marshall" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"Oh sweetie it says you did the worst it actually said you gotta go quick you owe us money it says you two dollars okay i'm sorry so so shirley baker the joins the her team the rockford peaches and then the next thing we'd see i think is the is the the scene with gary marshall and tom hanks right where he thirty minutes in is when you see tom hanks yeah i made a point to see when i gotta say tom hanks gives one of the greatest performances of his entire career in this movie because things like tom hanks is always like the good guy like nice guy like he's always this like decent person in this movie he's a fucking piece of shit my love it and it's so fun and he has so much fun doing it he playing a alcoholic like washed up ball player named jimmy dugan i think who's like second chance had success is by taking on this job doesn't realize is that the job is to be the manager of the rockford peaches and he's horrified at the idea of managing team of girls can i tell you guys a little fact another random son factual this he put on thirty pounds for this role i really that ain't eating dairy queen yes all the way down i said he said he just like indulged in deserts in the little town where shoot really that's fascinating yeah he does look different.
"gary marshall" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Yes you need that one affirmation did was there gary marshall from your graduation like in this film was somebody that you were stocking when you first got out of film school they just wouldn't return your call now multiple people i was stalking a lot of different people but there was no no there was no one who gave i never won an award or anything like that just for the entire group and whatever what are we could start down here going down your first film is a big deal and everyone's career talk about what the most important lesson was that you learned and your first film jamie you could also obviously talk about malibu's most wanted brad be read a gluckman is a great character and in that movie you not only got to co write it but also star in it so what was the what was the most important lesson you learn in your first film that way in which if you could go back into time if she didn't tell yourself anything what would it be for that i mean i could talk about that one but i could talk about the talk about your first film and then that because i was your i was a writer well i don like you know like after i got marty and stuff i done stuff and like i got a big break in and i'll play although commercial i was dancing chicken and i got in a few guest spots but i'd really get anything and like i was really aggressive so like i've just pushed these new agents i got and i got an audition for romeo and juliet and it's funny somebody just came up to me about it today it's like one of those movies sticks around and i pushed and i got to to read and then i got the read casting assistant like four or five dishes and then like i met baz at the top floor of the chateau rented out.
"gary marshall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Original gary marshall film and what gary believed also was that she was incredibly strong woman who doesn't saddle she does not saddle she says she wants the fairy tale in in we've enhanced that in this production i think which has made it a very positive positive role model for for girls what was it like when you really brought this idea to gary marshall gear will gary was already irene was am those one high this hollow ackner was that was basically the glue paul wagner the great producer brought gerry nj f together jeff had done the film and was on to other things gary of course was had was on to other things she gary always wanted to do it as as a musical so she brought j and gary to gather and then i was able to pitch this idea of my belief is that musicals that are made from movies desert the thing that brings them to the stage and makes them electric is a brand new score and i wanted a new score with new composers and gary got on board and love that idea and that's how we all we work together for year gary was here with us all the way through the first final draft series chicago with us we are we we did two readings in new york gary was there and he was thrilled i am just trying to imagine because you're you're kinda low key tirelessly brian brightest kinda low key and this brooklyn hurricane of gary marshall god bless them and breast his soul he was he was a life force on unto his own wasn't the dow khadia area i am hammer when we were in la one time he ever islas then any there by not tempo's song for my new my new movie i said well i i got one for you and i played him assigned i love it i love this song hey i am ghani money though realize your insecure are are you can have it we've talked to be so many times through the years and he's it's like a hurricane we through the roof went task whatever gary was here so electrify and.
"gary marshall" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Um there was some critic and now i forget who it is who interview this movie last year said she so good it's like her skin is acting it's a good good line great and i just think about that whenever i see her now words just light because so often she does those sort of like blank stare you know pulling the time she does a lot of the like you can get low vaguely like yet one well you wanna you're my impression of a french person which i think is very much in line with this movie ask me any question how you doing grew from uh really raise here it's like asked answering any brescia albertans intimately where's the ticket stand for the train who known in france it's true has ever been excited to answer your question it's never will use my answer yes someone asks me like pages this go to fortysecond street i'm like oh i guess are you help me to tell you this information digging of my mother like a lot of a lot of that in this law them miss zones of this movie starts right away with the thing yes right well first starts with our cap a cat and yet i like i really like that come the shot shagasha does not is so impassive laos basically in both cases and i feel like it is like the first bucking of this thing where it's like she lives alicia she's a woman of a certain age living on her own she's only got a cat and lighting a very nice apartment yeah the bay doors yes yes which like and it's like the cat that would be her friend that's like the only creature that understands or the cat doesn't give a shootout her that's what we knew and that's your first hint they're like oh the deck is to sort of like automatically stacked against the song because even our fucking cat isn't gonna like common i like this i also feel like it's like him doing like an anti gary marshall early gary marshalls fans ravinelike cut to dog it's forty eight funny happened in the movie cut to a dog like tilt adshead hisarlik even the dogs reacting and in this movie as i was on the generals challenging always ya.
"gary marshall" Discussed on USA Today
"The by now everybody knows like this sunday is mother's day the real holiday and how convenience that you can vouch your mother to a movie called mother's day but should jio we will discuss wait first i really want to just read forever the rotten tomatoes description of the mother's day we'll be because they think it's give full i'm so this is as appalling araj mehta's aggregate site of all movie reviews that gave it a very low rating to get that nine present right now on ninety percent to less seed vetches not gloss over the fact that it that currently sitting at nine that chechens okay so here's the discrimination thursday on the website arguably wellintended yet thoroughly misguided mother's day is these cinematic equivalent of 11 gift that only underscores it's embarrassing lack of effort i really like was an apt description of a movie it's by one of these gary marshall movies which no you probably know new year's eve you know valentine's day where he gets a bunch of these big stars together and they do an ensemble booths like kind of a feelgood romantic comedy type thing going on you know the truth is sitting through it's two hours long and you just think to yourself a comedy of this nature should never be more than ninety minutes two hour long comedy and so old fashioned it's like it's legitimately dusty and calmly this accurately i actually with andrea an array velaphi lower well you during actually in the movie there's this one scene where there's a couple i don't feel like explain the backstory as who really cares but anyway they want to go to paris and instead of you know looking online for different with a visit in paris are for member three they have a brochure of paris they're looking at a brochure of peres paper pamphlet about packed 20yearold and her lake sugar daddy husband are looking at a brochure of paris.
"gary marshall" Discussed on USA Today
"The by now everybody knows this sunday is mother's day the real holiday and how convenience that you can also take your mother to a movie called mother's day but should jio we will discuss wait first i really want to just read for everyone the rotten tomatoes description of the mother's day movie because they think it's beautiful i am so this is as opponent raj tomatoes aggregate site of all the movie reviews that gave it a very low rating tickets at night present right now on ninety percent back to let's see let's just not gloss over the fact that it that currently sitting at hundred nine percent church of okay so here's the description of mother's day on the website arguably wellintended yet thoroughly misguided mother's day is these cinematic equivalent of a lastminute gift that only underscores it's embarrassing lack of effort i really like was an apt description of a movie it's another one of these gary marshall movies which no you probably know new year's eve you know valentine's day where he gets a bunch of these big stars together and they do an ensemble it's like kind of a feel good romantic comedy type thing going on uh you know the truth is sitting through and by the way it's two hours long and you just think to yourself a comedy of this nature should never be more than ninety minutes served a two hour long comedy and so old fashioned it's like it's legitimately dusty and its calmly this is actually i actually i saw the move but with andrea an eva laughable hour well you nato during actually in the movie there's this one scene where there's a couple i don't feel like explain the back story because who really cares by the way they want to go to paris and instead of you know looking online for different people to visit in paris are for member three have a brochure of paris they're looking at a brochure peres paper pamphlet about packed 20yearold and her lake sugar daddy husband are looking at a brochure of pairs tell me where you can find a rozier that's being i just i nothing i literally leaned over to carly we were sitting next to each other at the.
"gary marshall" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Kfi am 640 it's conway show answer williams who is with us patsy prom happy days but you've also a huge career outside of happy days well all because of happy days when we got the show we were lucky to have a mentor like gary marshall reid and the it was gerry enron howard and you just name the the theater hereafter gary marshall you're part of that well i just was there you know out of respect and to celebrate care estonian theater you have the fox theater change the gary marshall theater and it's just what they did is beautiful it's a fantastic theatre the i mean everybody go i mean not only the have amazing shows an amazing seem to show their oh god you through the years i haven't seen its insist more so i think has been one play but but they're doing a film series you know they're having all the films he's directed with guest stars and everything i mean it's it's all they have a theater for kids i mean there's a whole now there's a whole opportunity there for the community to to get involved with what is your way to do so she in show business inosi used to be she was actually in the production side she was vice president of films for orion pictures became medina directors and yes she really she got up there and then she she said you know i'm done on a family in and said hungary's a kid riskier hours long have you moron rolled nandro nothing nothing nothing of our harder than nut do nothing and in fact with four daughters are home home i you know and i'm going to live long drama they're gonna kill me what's the age range from eleven years old the nineteen and then i have a twenty eight year old who is married with two i have two grandkids 198 she's out and she were should pick shutter buzzfeed know she created a career buzzfeed well that's great yeah so we're other grandkids names grandkids names are why it in jackson and you see him often a prettier yeah lee at least you know it's it's with their schedules but at least once a.
"gary marshall" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"It does he got busy because you know what our listeners are paying colon's salary while title i'm paying salary but our listeners are helping to pay government salaries and i will hands or the doubles playground is certainly are ma'am up you know who else works for me who has iowa handsome sometimes is niimi's jeffey and he asked a question which i figure we discuss here since the first of many questions this evening is there a name for the kind of movie that it's just stuffed with stars like the gary marshall films such as valentine's day or mother's day or let actually craig the key think of a title for that kind of movie that genre i don't think there's a specific one i i sometimes you might refer to those is like star on samples but some you know on television when these may televisionmovie sometimes they would do this and they would call it an allstar cast we're gonna really do that in movies that sounds ridiculous i just gone star on samples yeah i guess a would make sense a feels can be weird to write that kind of movie if you weren't anticipating it being stuff was stars in a strange way it's hard to envision in a love actually if you didn't anticipate like okay there's all these different characters who are sort of running around if they weren't kenneth notable actress independently would you really try to make that movie utter now as i think of like the 'cannibal run movies are like this veil of actors in ways that we don't commonly neko's anymore that's right i dunno of love actually specifically it's not.