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"gene crawford" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Simultaneously and practically the same dates. June third june seventh japanese forces attack alaska's aleutian islands bombing dutch harbor on the island of ood alaska and invading. The islands of two and kisco for this had been over one hundred twenty years since a foreign nation had actually invaded american soil taking these two small islands populated by small bands evolution. People another big blow to american morale. It wouldn't be until may of nineteen forty three that the us will fight to retake this land. The alerts taken prisoner by the japanese Nineteen will die in captivity on june eighteenth nineteen forty to the us. Canada and the uk embark on the development of nuclear weapons in a top secret program called manhattan project more than a billion dollars. Hundred thirty thousand people and thirty research and production facilities are utilized a checkout suck one sixty four for more info on the manhattan project and another project of similar importance will also began in the summer of nineteen forty to the navajo code. Talkers start writing their coats. From july to september nineteen forty two navajo code talkers and platoon three. Eighty to undergo bootcamp. Let's meet one of them. chester nez in a memoir of his world. War two experiences code talker the only book actually written by an actual code talker about all this. He discusses the thought processes that many navajo men were going through as they fought for their country just rights. I could have stayed in high school explaining how he didn't have to fight in the war when he did he continues. Maybe i should have but as a warrior. How could i ignore the fact that my country had been attacked. I volunteered the marines. To seven months before in april nineteen forty two only a few months after the japanese strike against pearl harbor hawaii until joining up. I'd never left hand except for a few hours in route to boarding school. My why reframe barely met the marines minimum weight requirement of one hundred and twenty two pounds. But i knew. I was strong. Camp elliott near san. Diego was our home for the next thirteen weeks writing out there on the bus. We had speculated about our critical mission a marine officer strode with a no nonsense gate to a classroom building and we followed. He opened the locked door march to the front of the room we piled in behind him standing tall his uniform spotless his expression unsmiling he waited for us to sit and he spoke. I felt a small not tighten in my stomach. The officer wasted no time looked around the room. And each of us twenty nine carefully selected marine recruits and told us we were to use our native language to devise an unbreakable code. I read expressions of shock on every face a code based on the navajo language after we'd been so severely punished and boarding school for speaking it for starters. You'll need a word for each letter of the alphabet. The officer told us the officer locked doors. He left telling us we'd be released at the end of the day to get dinner. Someone would bring lunch to the room other than that. We're on our own forbidden to speak to anyone outside that room about our task and if we needed to go anywhere we had to go in pairs way to practice the buddy system at all times. Anyone caught alone will be punished. After some discussion. We began to see the wisdom in our assignment. Navajo is a very complex language. And since it was not written the japanese learning only from a navajo or from one of the rare non navajos who had lived on the reservation and learn to speak the language to be honest. I don't think they could have learned the language even then it was just too complicated. Still apprehension set in. How could we twenty. Eight of whom had never worked with the military develop code robust enough to be used in battle when the could be responsible for sending life or death messages. The task loomed ahead like a black unmapped cavern. Where to begin. We started the locked door of the room which we sat then a man who introduced himself to us corporation feather walked in. He said he'd once served a world war one adviser to be really careful when we chose how to translate the names of our superiors. It was choctaw and he said that some name translate into much more flattering word combinations and others you said. He was nearly court martialled for coding general. John j. pershing's name as peewee faulk face. Mcgee corporation feathers said that the assistant chief of staff walter. C short was even more upset. His choctaw code name became short torso chubby long legs. Tweedle dum sits on his thumb. One eye higher than the other arms to harry fee to flat hoped to kaiser kills him and his whole family to to corporal. Raven feather told us this. The marine officer we met earlier came back in the room and yelled. Hey what's fuck. Are you doing here. Raven feather you discharge twenty years ago. Okay so maybe. The coral raven feathers stuff never happened. No chester nez. Never wrote that but he did right. We started the locked door of the room which we sat one of our men. Gene crawford had been in the reserves kid had worked with codes before and he offered to share his knowledge with all of us. Certain things that were important code word chosen must be clear when spoken on the radio. Each word must be distinct from other words chosen in order to avoid confusion. The officer who locked room was correct. A good way to begin was to select a word to represent each letter of the alphabet. Jim crawford and two other men from among the twenty nine john bonaly and john melito play the strong part and setting the direction for group as we developed a new coat. On the first day we decided to use an english word generally an animal a plant or an object that was part of our everyday world to represent each letter of the english alphabet. Those words will be then translated into navajo. the navajo word represented english letter as genus. As jean had suggested we chose navajo. Words could easily distinguished on the radio. Words differing clearly. Unsound from other selected words a became red ants. Not the english word for ant the navajo word pronounce watchi- be became bear pronounce. Shush and navajo was cat or maasai. D. was deer or bay thus a double encryption was used. Each letter became an english word. Beginning with that letter and the english word was translated into a navajo work. We tried to make letter equivalence easy to remember. We discussed pronunciation since on the wrong syllable. A slight change in tone or a glock will stop could totally change word meaning and the complicated navajo language. Any difference in dialects between us men had to be resolved in one into one firm coat in the heat of battle we could afford no ambiguity.
"gene crawford" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Oh it's the perfect timing has to do with this and that no i'm sitting it was. It was bud but it was both chain. That fight happened in a in a flash of a moment for you. I got you but it ain't supposed to happen right exactly. The fighter supposed to happen that way. Is he supposed to have landed. So there you go with the adjustment. The time right time punch. It was definitely timing. Definitely i 'cause and you you can see like you know. I don't know if you guys look at address like good which replays and replace all over again right. You can see it. He just like faster. Job puts his job out and then just quickly tries to trigger the How though the cross the backhand comey and then boom shake. It is on job into short hoops type of type of shots. And does those good night so my memory is good. You know it's only timing. It was just to me was a job that didn't get to fully extend you know what i'm saying just turning showed hoopla like like you know you to you got a guy thick of a guy that's coming at you right. You're throwing your job in mid way of your being thrown. it looks like a hook champ. So what i'm saying. Is that him. Coming in. cut the extension of crawford's job. It was a job is just that it didn't get to fully extend the all. The momentum came not all of it both from his extension to be and him running into it wasn't a it wasn't a hook. That's more of a hook that just he didn't get fully turn it over because kale ran into this shit man. He was actually up. You go back and watch the starts all day all day man before he landed his as good for a remember. We talked about one trivial fact that you guys were seeing Crowfoot like dead leaves five hundred pound right and i heard that o.'day. Whoa i believe the off straight away just went and delayed conversion in kilogram. Because that's how i snake go with a hallo and if that's nari i i believe is a wrestler as well right. I don't believe that more of those that video doing shit live five hundred sixty nine. I've never got the five hundred dead liberals for fifty five but which by the way is what crop doing that day And it was iraq wasn't a deadliest. Let me tell you so. Power comes from those type of like exercises like my man is just like it's deceptive. You just see someone you think you're going to be stronger than in because you bigger the duties strong and that translates into when he can deliver punches. The way does that translate into serious pow. I'm not talking about it. One punch like put you to sleep. But i'm talking about punches. That makes you pay attention and almost fall out the ropes. You guessing right. So i mean but people are saying that it was it was more the the metal like is not like they put the steel in his face. But you know he get hit with a punch. It still is affecting cal. It's not like he has a steel plate and he could take shots better. It's more like there's a steel plate so holding orbital. I i don't know i don't know about anything about that. Because can ask to come and tell us something like that but And i also thought the poetry landed in knows me knows straight. Rake and see point of his nose and all that so airman was again so i thought it was anyway but yeah it looks like What's my many texas see from the uk. Sending me links. sam. Bob said that don't be mad at him I'm not mad at you. i'm mad at you. I'm not mad at bob or you. Actually i'm not mad at bob. I'm mad at you because you listen to this show and you should know not the believe rival promoters. What a coincidence that. I'm the rival promoters telling you the pvc pipe. Pay per views failed commander. Jeez louise but anyway fellows. I mean by morning after this morning and i guess now that the panel was yeah. I guess you guys can Kind of answer. Those questions You know 'cause 'cause all the listeners did and You know some of the callers and whatnot but but yeah i guess the first question was who defeated kale right and obviously you know you have to assume it was. It was crawford because of the amount of ram who was more impressive in your guys eyes or does it not matter because each version of cal was a different version. Echo for me doesn't matter and not necessarily because the version of cal is just because different fights different. And i you know if you wanna go. I can give you tons of fights. Laid that comparison who defeated z- Was his rookie fielding foster column. Me final will. Does that. mean a who's better at so things that i don't equate is just. It's the dynamic of the fried is to shot at a time like bud fund. A good shot early on and he has a kid incensio. He finished it equipped off on that shot in the seven and i would have been later but it doesn't really matter to me. I'd probably in the sense of being. A bully are pricey. Earl was a more of a bully in that impression. You know what. I'm saying but like like like coach said it's it's just a matter of the temple. The fight in the fighter in there. It's a little different. You're not gonna get what you give from early but you still got the fast. Ohio runs boxing. On the super chat says brunner went the distance with john. Molina crawford stopped him. Lamont peterson went this felix and theory. Gene crawford stopped both manny pacquiao struggle with jeff horn crawford stopped him. Look i i. It is easy everything midi said is exactly what i am..
"gene crawford" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
"You know in all our years doing this program i. I can't recall a single other time. When a guest has received a standing ovation in the middle of the show you articulate everything so romantically we know that. But it's also wonderful. Wonderful your phone your language. That's your signature. Which is something I know for myself. I really enjoy about your your films. Something I really enjoy about your films at the arrogance of that man never exhibited notion of modesty and for what how gene Crawford rose to any level of claim is astounding. You know we haven't spoken in twenty years. Not since I moved out of his Tim Bray Hills Guest House where I spent thirty six months. Plus two and a half years. Editing rains gapes at night. A momentous undertaking an obsession really toiled over rain scrapes. Making three fourths of an ETA today became a bit of a recluse lived and breathed the cut. I laid with the assembly. Each night entangled in it's brilliance coiling frame after frame after frame around myself. A love affair and seven reels crestfallen. It was taken from me by the Finance Guy. When he's government who got on board and picked up the TAB following my adventurous hiatus mining deep in the jungle see it. Is that what all this has. Four Crawford did that too busy Galley Wag. Put you all up to this whereas in another room. Can you hear me gene gene? You old goat get your but out here. Go ahead bring him out. This is a long time coming. Need to reapply powder to I. I don't know about this background though I get them back projection and here something vastly like a scorched prairie to symbolize distance in our marred relationship. What are you working on now? Are you writing gene? I'm always writing film the Big One. The one they'll all remember your next one history will write it my greatest can you? Can you share the title? It's called seventy rings from the bark. Seventy rings from the Bart's marvelous. Does the story of an aging director in reverse. You see well making his final film. We shave down the years until his story. Which of course. Rivals the one. He's making about you guys. But that's still gives me new stumbles. And that's that's what he knows something bigger than you than your imagination. It's no longer yours. I tell you in the final shot when we see his pregnant mother with her hand to her belly watching his father. The little tree in the front yard remember remember shot. Remember the you remember my masterpiece. I mean I. I made a lot of films in my day but known as good as that one was that powerful. Let's go again for safety. I I I really want to nail this. And we're we're still waiting on that TATY. Dolores Delors where's Dolores? It's difficult to conceive all the pictures. You've made erode short period of time. I could have made one less if I wanted to. Really the compulsion is that strong. Oh tremendous tremendous like I said life live is a kind of ride is no telling how long it will last or what kind of dips and dives it will have so enjoy and be thankful you. GotTa seat the only difference with me is. I have to ride all the rides thank you. You're doing first-class work. Incidentally Levy on ninety what was that I know this is a studio and not a bar out dare you. Who Are you? Who are any of you. I retract my earlier compliment. You work as not first class. It is a it is a much lower class. Something something suitable for steerage. I don't care if my levels are spiking what are levels at highway an excuse for your mediocrity levels. That sounds made up. Gosh you know. How good are you at sticking around? We have to step away for a second. But I I WANNA talk about macaroni and Maccarone gene for you. I'd I'd be delighted. Where's the man in charge? I demand to speak to him. This entire operation has been loosey. Goosey from the word. Go not once have I felt anything less than total contemptibility. From the moment we started rolling camera which are such insignificance. I don't even know where they are. Serious show me someone please for the love of God point to a God damn camera. Look Look I've I've flustered myself. Flustered myself to the point. I must now drink this piping fecal sludge sentiment is spot on though that is and that is tasty. We'll we'll have more with Mister Ellsberg after this message..
"gene crawford" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
"I was criticized by my peers for being late to the antiwar movement. Not Publicly. But you could sense it at parties quiz show appearances. I was never really one for trends but when I stopped receiving free products for listed on Air Plugs. I had to act so we see on ourselves off from the public. Nancy and myself along with our friends playwright Peter Pfeiffer and his then Nanny Lover Yuki Sato the performance artist. We spent twenty three days. Inside the Wheeler House Detroit's premier bed and breakfast then sold tickets to the media. Ten thousand a pop for a soft. Our Peter had just closed on New York seventy-six end to much fanfare while you was promoting her new record. Though Wales of progress a four hour single track of construction sounds breast six double sided. Lp's we interviewed with journalists. From American Fancy Gregory Fulton and Keith. Helderman meditated for hours on end methods which included finger painting and stream of consciousness charades and saying love and protest songs with John. Logan the Bohemian Songwriter Constable Marley's midlife parade. Pack your bags old dog. Bobby's all grown up the tragedy of Terence lighthearted on thunderhead Ridge Logan's iconic ballot of the folk accordionist singing about two neighbors feuding over the name of an old ditty. They knew when they were young. This was of course before Logan Scandalous on American bout with the controversial Russian singer Irena Mironov in the nineteen eighties papers in the public alike. Condemned turf for unpopular remarks made in favor of workers rights delivered with great gander while performing outside the Republican National Convention of the work. Our minds where the canvas the bed our studio and the floor hot lava sadly to our dismay the ends proprietor was exceedingly unsympathetic to our cause and during our stay proceeded to build a large deck in the backyard. Despite our efforts day and night the hammering held firmly but we protested with animalistic orgies commencing just after curfew innocent promotions of love and celebration of. Communal ecstasy. Alas they dispatched the local Dogcatcher to round us up and after several hours of convincing due chiefly to are overgrown and unkempt beards as well as our immaculate cascade rich fleece like hair upon our chests as was the aesthetic norm established by my more fresh-faced Hollywood contemporaries alongside the creation of outdoor swimming. We were eventually released from there catch polls. We reenacted the affair and one of the many sixteen millimeter shorts we shot throughout our peaceful occupy or appeal films. I later compiled into an anthology called through the crystal door. Films of revolution and four post. Prostration was immensely popular but unfortunately had a very limited run as I single handedly financed the distribution years. Later came to my knowledge that at the time apprent was circulated in the scene showing up in coastal art house theaters bowling alley twin plex stag parties in private collections. We spent the remaining days under heavy sedation. Rodman by four hundred milligrams of doc see more. Fatal compounded with rare Chinese roots and the powder testicles of an endangered tree rodent taken to maintain our actions. Would you like me to keep reading? There's only two hundred pages left in this chapter. Let me check the thumbs on this one travel agent. Well you know it really really frees your mind. You know just getting away from everything like that and just separating yourself from society. We took the chambermaid generously with a paper. Michelle Ley Yuki constructed from pages of an old. I think it was pioneer women. We've found in the bathroom ever read that growing up. I'm sure fact that that was my introduction to the monthly. I WanNa talk about your new film but I wanNA ask you because we're used to seeing you do comedic films farces you know if you will until Brooklyn paperback thank you. You know that was the that was the first time I set out to make the laughs. Come second right right but there is still a you know a comedic notes almost tongue in cheek. Lampooning the references in clear yet. It's still creating something completely unique is what I'm what I'm trying. Say LIKE MOSAIC BID. Yeah Yeah Dorning a wall you never noticed on route you take every day there is but then you have these epic five act ensembles with everybody in town like cruise ships and summers in Topeka MELODRAMAS. You could say my my labours. My my joy wind chimes in winter. Interesting fact about wind jobs. Every horse used in the production was killed during filming. Isn't that interesting? Is that something you enjoy? Film was released in eleven languages. I record it all of them. I couldn't leave my cinematic integrity to chance. Chin-chin what I mean is delight making films that take place over five or more decades. Do you like to spend that kind of time with your characters. Well now you see gene. Let's let's listen here this. Can I get kind of get a light Jer Jack? Can we get here? Yeah here we go. We have we have the dash of a fifty-seven Callahan. Seabreeze just off camera. Thank you you don't smoke do oh I can't I mean it's my lungs. I rent them. It's cute well. It's a long show. Never mind this isn't what I thought. It was. Skip ahead to mind November sweeps appearance with that muppet with Shag. Memories and Delors. Where's Dolores Dolores? Dolores can? I can dear. Can I get a hot toddy? More taty than hot. Thank you see gene to answer your question. As far as I know we only get one go with this. I'm open to other views on the matter but I'm still hip to the current laws of nature. You understand and I did what people decide. Do with a lot of time. A lot again. Debatable. Joyce maiden chaos so to speak luck a leg up. Whatever therefore as storyteller. I often find myself compelled by the full scope of a of a an existence. I revel in painting characters. Complete arc narrative the march if you will lives of equal triumph and defeat rags and riches interwoven character. Ever-evolving convictions crumbling. Time that festering cynicism corruption the gentle hand of love and the adoption of US once opposed acceptances against interest this This check this continual conversation the veil of growth and decline rooted in a period a region. Persuasion that is storytelling and the visualization of this struggle. This firmly held belief in ourselves. Knowledge of who we are at a given time convey only momentarily through the placement of a camera that choice of Alinsky the Meson Senna Medically speaking about capturing the character ourselves they're interchangeable capturing the character losing themselves. Is that connection with the audience that cerebral thump on the NOGGIN. That emotional wallop to the chest. That beat that all important insert that swells your throat and makes you gasp for air like a fish out of water with the weight of our Shared Condition.
"gene crawford" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
"Good evening I'm gene Crawford former late night television personality and recurring telethon host tonight. We continue our year long series. Ellensburg on Ellen Berg the gene Crawford conversations with another memorable thaddeus ellensburg appearance from nineteen seventy seven with agents dominant. We bring you special narrated insights from the master of the Mundane himself courtesy of the Athol James Foundation and the Tireless folks at the Institute of Television Arts by this time Ellen. Berg had already moved into motion pictures most notably with his cruise ships film from nineteen seventy five which won four International Academy Awards ineligible for the Domestic Oscars due to the fact that despite an all Anglo cast. The film was shot primarily in transboundary waters. These included best picture best actress winifred border best screenplay and best score for Buster Leeann not only a commercial success with theatrical running time of nine and a half hours. A condition of closeness and cruise ships was lauded as cinematic marvel and through time noted as an early slipstream masterpiece handled with kind of and sensitivity similar to the films of the Great Walden. Gray a magician from Fort Lauderdale who self produced a series of how to tapes featuring a pair of hands performing card rigs with the occasional getaway glitch in an evening dress at this stage in Ellen. Burg's career the cinema. Artur had arrived then. Gene Robert show tonight with special guest Thaddeus Bird and featuring Jack Wilkinson the Gene Crawford Ban Ladies and Gentlemen Ha g rougher so. We're just going to keep going without a great. I see I commend your pace sir. But I don't agree with it. Miss Really you're sure I would reconsider the most about you. What do you dangle? I've no idea what that means like. I kind of CYBORG. Thank you thank you thank you. Isn't that Nice Guy? I use the reception like that. Last night's commemorative speech for the Coalition for networked values. They rushed me off stage after I misplaced my moral compass which is a real Shane. My father gave it to me on the back. Engraved at Ted Hanks Hawk Shop East Fifty six street. Listen we're going to continue. I'll need my scarf. Liu Bei herringbone lease discard the others in that discrete wastebasket. I noticed on the way in. I always plan for various moods and never wear my scars more than once ever since the fringe of my Blue Chiffon cake brushed against the table of that barbecue joint and truck. Ston Fatty Nectar of a secular bird or the juicy rump of a beast remains eternally at odds of my debonair dress and decorum. No I have to say the smoky must of my sauce. Speckled beard is quite the Aphrodisiac. Tangy surprised for my most shapely of sexual partners with whom I frequently engage in week. Long displays of shameless depravity considered unspeakable leaving behind closed doors. Which we leave open to coax unlikely participants with Joaquin Roddick's Roddick's mortgage board in eighty nine. I released Cologne called La- smoltz and intoxicating aroma of goose fat and chestnut spiced apples zest. It sent always calls to mind enchanted evening with Lilith Cranston thanksgiving feast consumed in a fit of passion little which was Ingested Orleans. Now my guest this evening to put it. Mildly is a regular on the program when we first met him he was writing jokes for Dave Perry other various late night standbys appearing on the Mel Silver. Show you're welcome since he's become one of the most exciting talents in the world of cinema. Whose films include a condition of closeness and cruise ships slowhand Bakersfield mini in constant and his latest twenty four stories of macaroni and macaroni. Absolutely absurd. It's likely to cause convulsions. He's a writer. Director and actor an amateur dancer and a lousy musician. He's back for another round. Won't you please welcome? That is Ellen Burr. This is your next clip. Really this is all. I recall several years earlier. Doing a tap number with Marilyn Colgate. That received quite the ovation. I was never really known for my dancing in the states but abroad. I brought peace to many a war torn nation with my to the untrained eyes seemingly. Spastic DOFF beat heaving fueled entirely by my own inner dialogue. I remember the network sensor took alarming issue with my wardrobe silver sequined halter top with matching hot pants and generous bulge brought on backstage by Claudia. Daniels and her delightful giggle. The show's director. Fred forest covered the entire routine and closeups to block. My what was later. Described does inciting knees side. Crawford's three hundred page doorstop of off camera interviews and personal letters published a ninety five to pay for his divorce to Joan bankhead. It was it was hampered terribly by its exclusion of more memorable. An entertaining correspondences with Crawford particularly the one where I so eloquently broke the news of my unrelenting lust for Joan after partaking in rejuvenating bowl of cantaloupe. That said Thaddeus. It's great to see you. Welcome back thank you. It's good to be back. We were taking bets before the show you know. I don't know if you've done this but do you know how many times you've been on the show. Which number of appearances marks? I have to check with my accountant. A great many. I can tell you that this is actually your fourteenth time or teens. Yeah that doesn't see. I would check that well. You know you're always an audience. Favorite more always delighted to have you back. Thank you How have you been? We haven't spoken since before the holidays. I was anyone been really everything going on out there. It's madness. I took a mob to the studio hoisted over their heads. Yeah something like that Jeopardise holiday. You were Michigan Right. I believe I read that now. Detroit yeah. We had a pretty far out time. Nancy nye abstain from the festivities this year. And instead well this year we back. That was kind of you. Yes it was. What did you do? Did you donate gifts or help with like meals? No we organized a bet in with Peter. Halford bent in. That's right Jim to give back exactly. Thank you now for those at home. Particularly some of our younger viewers might be scratching their heads. This is Well a kind of derived of citizens INS. I'm sure we're all familiar with us. A sort of a a a peaceful protests nets correct. You can you get out of bed is that is that allowed or is that in line with bet in etiquette you can but you can't touch the carpet fastened. There's a there's an ashtray right. I'm fine on the table. I'd like to respond to this segment by speaking directly to the audience is is that all right. What about review whiskers split? Give it an ashtray. Good evening and welcome that he said Lindbergh Air and thank you for purchasing this exclusive in home look into my life and work. A career spent exploring the depths of my tortured and sometimes tranquil existence. Say in a bath or in the divine acoustics of my wineries tasting whole what they didn't public broadcast. That's stealing and that case. Your donations are greatly appreciated. I'll be commenting on this exchange with Gene Crawford by reading a brief excerpt from me in the genius one of my many memoirs. I just so happened to have a copy as I carry with me all of my memoirs and a milk crate with wheels..
"gene crawford" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
"That's very personal. I refuse to acknowledge the question that a little private is what do private I'm from private who is speaking in my ear and very open about the things I like and announced yourself specter cryptic cryptic but open. Can I get someone to top off my skipper. Now you know I would never say this to jeans face. Although it's been recorded thousands of times over forty years in various venues formal molyneux casual of which genes publicly criticized by continuously threatening to never have me on the show again concluding that once sought after invitation to his dressing room a crowning achievement for any up and coming talent that more often than not which gene asking you to listen to his tight five the craft options on offer for his guests were notoriously lacking dismal bore not even fit for common Hobo oh or a band of circus freaks in sixty nine we took our protest to the streets were overshadowed by parade to honor veterans by forcing them to drive around in small cars. Thank thank you Dolores. Oh it's not it should be you'd be well advised to change it to dolores those that would be my only adjustment now but I do love the seasons you'll love to see what is your favorite season season winter autumn damn. Did you guys know that. Did you cheat and watch it before. I really don't think that's fair. I think we should play back and do it over again. Et nevermind nevermind hear us take two and yes. I prefer to do my own call camera down autumn with these these new novelty Stereo phonic digital transfers by castle technology. You can change anything did you. All poll and five new generations respond more to autumn. I could see that okay yeah. Great go with take Jake do mark that. You'RE GONNA WANNA mark that on the tape Margaret Margaret Margaret on the days. That's a circle take market. We go we will we all WanNa know what what's next for you. Well gene to be honest. I'm actually kind of in the market for a job. Is that right badly. As many of you may have heard Dave Perry is retiring the end of the which if you have engaged in sexual intercourse with one another you do you you in my prime. None of you would have been safe for my advances which rivaled the prowess and vigor and art school professor furthermore. All of these windscreens would need to be removed from the studio. My crews were never permitted foam well. I have always wanted to try my hand at television. Would you like to take a second here on the show. You know reach out to someone. I don't think the audience really wants to do.
"gene crawford" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
"Wide mouth bonnet shells fixed with pipe cleaners arms in googly eyes from Langer's early craft days given to me on my forty fifth birthday. Jerry languor was the truest man I I ever knew. Godawful talk show host but Saint Helen artist. Let's go get I wanNA tell that story with my legs crossed that is let me guess. I'm sorry no no no now. You're very fit very lean on the snake diet. I eat a small child once a week. Now is fitness important to you know no not at all but vanity is a major part of my life..
"gene crawford" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
"Cold Caesar Silva's lifeguard seek and strongmen unhappiness. It was later ban by the F._D._A.. In adopted by the Libyan government for use chemical castration look at that time so skinny I used to fantasize how it look upside down hanging from my shower head who ooh sharp suit welcome welcome to the shampoo. Thanks for having me. I was nineteen here in my fourth wife at the time advised against it said it was outdated. Primitive was the word she use and suggested a saffron blouse else number instead technicolor swashbuckler a peasant laboring in the mountain vineyards of Madrid with gravity cough in worsening limp judgment was always in question now out of respect. I won't mentioned her name publicly. Not that it matters. She is famous Catherine though always wanted to do something but ended up remarrying Sofa Salesman in Burbank the Sofa Sultan and got him on tax evasion now now I wanted to ask you about this because you Europe by your own admission a bit of an unorthodox sort year <hes> everything all right there. You seem a little. Are you nervous. Daddy's me no no. I'm I'm fine. I I just have an an inversion stillness I pace full-time for the American Association of those with Writer's block. You see the carpet in my bedroom worn out these trails that lead down to the kitchen where I go to drink also moonlight for deer name Wilmer..
"gene crawford" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
"Either of US know at the time that this would be the first of many spanning three decades now through the generosity of the Athol James Foundation in conjunction with the Institute of Television Arts. These timeless appearances have been revisited with special commentary from Ellen Burke himself recorded before his sudden passing after being subjected to an overcrowded public space. He's a man the head of Lincoln Studios Justin Craft called a crackpot tied in with is in God Damn Goldmine that is a proverbial gold mine and not a literal one although he did once owned and operated operator profitable manganese mine in Guyana for the first time since their original airings the esteemed visionary end demanded stole our hearts and delighted our imaginations from his tear jerking family comedies the nineteen nineties ninety s do is bleak emotionally charged and sexually raw retrospectives also for families takes us back to where it all began when collectively we fell in love and Ellensburg he became a household name gene crummer show tonight jeans guests on Bernadette Beverly Lindbergh. I forgot forgot how black and white the early episodes I remember they were black and white but this looks particularly black and White Gene Crawford the shows title sponsor tatum sodium nitrate tablets would never foot the bill for color same with my specialty sixty nine back budget was so absurd the thaddeus Ellensburg Zuber spectacular show remains the networks only special to illicit and it's viewing audience call to Arash. I don't recollect the camera we used probably dilomatic decay forty way too comfortable four hundred pounds perhaps a forty. What is that something we could find out? Thank.
"gene crawford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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