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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"And then climbed into the backseats swallowed two bottles of sleeping pills passed out and never woke up by the time her body was found it was decomposed almost beyond recognition she was forty her body had a lot of alcohol in it romans prediction that should become a drunk and kill herself by the time she was forty came true two days later grohmann gary gave a press conference at which he attached suggestions that the movie based on his book had inspired gene suicide he instead laid the blame elsewhere gene seeberg was destroyed by the fbi he said producing the files the gene had asked him to hold onto for her when an important american magazine published their rumor launched by the fbi gene became like a crazed woman ghauri insisted she never got over the calumny and that's why she lost her child at birth ghauri alleged that gene had tried and failed to kill herself seven times usually around the time of nenas birth this successful attempt had taken place a week after nino would have turned it nine from 1960 want enacted sixty nine i lived night and day with a perfectly normal woman rumaan said but after nenas death he said she became psychotic she was obsessed by this dead child one year and three months later on december second 1980 roman gary put a gun in his mouth and pulled the trigger he left a note which read in part no connection to gene see burn lovers of broken hearts.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"One night after they made the film gorell came over to her apartment for drinks gene had too many drinks when gorell got up to leave she begged him to stay for one more glass when he demured and began to leave any way she smashed her glass and slit her wrist berry and gorell were able to get a doctor to come immediately and he bandaged gene in time but while they were awaiting gorell held an improvised her neca around genes arm as she wailed let me go i wanted to high let me goal i want to die room after that gene returned to the mental health clinic for a while and after that with berries encouragement gene and directed and starred in a short film called the ballad of the kid which featured a fantasy encounter between ability the kids style outlaw and a jean harlow ask bombshell star i haven't been able to find this movie anywhere through legal means but after sean francois ferriol who conceived of the movie with gene and played the kid described it as quote something between a bob dylan song and a sciencefiction story genes direct tori all debut drew the attention of the american media coop pounced on the novel idea of gene seeberg otto prime andrews victim sitting in the director's chair as if she was a precocious child playing pretend the new york times sent a reporter to her apartments and he wrote a profile that began with the sentence gene seeberg is a living argument against winning a hollywood talent search.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Why you must remember this is brought to you by the platinum card from american express there's this film festival in mexico that holds outdoor screenings there's this shop in chicago that's been selling housemusic since before it was housemusic there's his record store in new orleans were brass bands played alive while you shop this is a great big world out there and in no other card lets you discover it like them platinum card backed by the service and security of american express when gene seeberg married dennis barrie she was riding high on the euphoria of a new relationship one that seemed to promise a new wave of her career as berry was enthusiastic about using gene as amuse two years into their marriage though berry had yet to make a film and in general gene was losing hope this was the gene seeberg encountered by filmmaker felipe gorell who met very in paris and began visiting the couple's apartment which had become a kind of salon for local artists and cindy ast's in 1974 gorell found himself drawn to gene even though she was in less than luminous shape and he told her he wanted to make a movie with her that movie called the high solitudes was restored and released in new york cinemas for the first time in thousand sixteen so there's more writing about it than any of genes other european films of the 1970s even though this movie itself is probably the most experimental that gene ever appeared in.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"I don't know if i am unhappy because i'm not free i'm not free because i say our responsibility as americans is to be concerned about what our country is doing schumer suard of gene seeberg the young actress from iowa are you ready to do the work oh no this is the last episode of gene nancy jane in this episode we'll all ran out of story to tell about gene seeberg we could keep this series going for a year and not ran out of stories to tell about jane fonda but in keeping with a concept we will fade out of her life and around the same point in history that gene faded away the structure of this episode will be as follows will rejoin jane where we left her in the last episode in the middle of her hollywood comeback then we'll skip over to gene in paris struggling to work until live and to keep her head above the water of her mental emotional.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:58 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"The following year airport starring gene seeberg would become the biggest film of the summer and the second highest grossing movie of the whole year behind love story but these box office successes didn't translate into more hollywood work for gene though 1970s american cinema would have been perfect for her in a lot of ways it appears that the new directors emerging in the late nineteenth '60s and '70s didn't have any interest in trying to cast her it's true that she was in the wrong kind of blockbuster movie and nineteen sixty nine and nineteen seventy deeply uncool hollywood movies though she had always been a little too unique for the studio system now that that era was over she carried with her the stink of its worst tendencies and excesses this is one explanation for why gene seabrook's hollywood career ended with airport another explanation has to do with what was happening in her personal life and how the fbi chose to exploited it genes last big hollywood pay day came in late nineteenth sixty nine for a film called macho callahan a western in which he falls in love with her rapist gene gave twenty five hundred dollars of her paycheck to the black panther mucho callahan shot on location in mexico and there gene who spoke fluent spanish got involved with local student revolutionaries giving the money and letting them stay at her house when the film's director bernard claus ski started getting threats from the government to shut down the picture and a poor gene if she didn't cut it out go ask you talked to her and she immediately agreed to chill out on her revolutionary moonlighting.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"In data of summer the film gene seeberg made in morocco in the summer of nineteen sixty nine gene would play yet another schizophrenic in the middle of shooting she was forced to fly to paris for an operation to remove cysts from her breasts because gene was in every scene of debt of summer this caused a significant delay to the movie when gene returned at production resumed she asked for a mom and their son diego to join her on location volmer a ball from the operation and the need to head right back to work before she was really ready gene like the idea of being part of a family and she considered reconciling with her second husband when the shoot was over the three of them vacation together in new york but the reconciliation didn't workouts in the fall of 19 sixty nine gene begged off from going to the paint your wagon premier as we noted in episode four of this series paint your wagon was not the flop that its reputation suggests people did go to see it in nineteen sixty nine and it ended that year as the sixth highest grossing movie of the year right behind bob in caroline ted an alice it grossed over twice as much as jane's movie that year they shoot horses don't they which was considered a hits but paint your waggin left a sour taste in the mouths of the industry that produced it in the year of easy rider movies like paint your wagon were newly deemed to be colossal waste of money.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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02:20 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Klute performs an incredible bit of reverse engineering demonstrating the psychology of a prostitute by showing her emotional worlds turned upside down when she experiences real intimacy and making real what it felt like to live in a moment of total crisis by normalising an outlaws trepidation towed it into the straight world this plotline domestic to the sex workers experience making it relatable to any woman while making this movie in part about surveillance and paranoia jane felt she was being watched but what she didn't know yet was that the fbi had begun formerly surveilling her that spring compiling reports on her appearances at gi coffeehouses in the light in an fbi document dated may 19th seventy this stated purpose of the surveillance was to quote determine the extent of her affiliation with the black panther party this surveillance was directed by richard wallace held a secondgeneration fbi man who was one of the lead agents in charge of co intel pro efforts against the panthers in los angeles as we'll see in our next episode held took special interest in gene seeberg too jane got confirmation of the fbi's interest in her three months later jane had been living during the shoot at her father henry's manhattan brownstone there she entertained her friends including the black panthers one day in august nineteen seventy when both jane and henry were home fbi agents came to the brown stone to question j asda her knowledge of the whereabouts of angela davis the black panther academic and activist who is on the run after a fatal shooting and hostage incident during the trial of a panther in marin county the guns used in the takeover of the courtroom had been registered to davis though she wasn't even in the courtroom at the time jane honestly didn't know where davis was and she told the fbi agents this.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Then we'll shift gears to join jane fonda and early nineteen seventy as she explores a number of activist avenues gets her first oscar nomination films the movie klute and discovers that she is also being monitored by the fbi join us won't you do for parts sex of gene and jane a couple of notes before we get into this chapter on gene burke by the end of this episode we'll have pretty much reached the end of the road of seabirds hollywood career her post paint air wagon fell monger fee includes twelve feature films most of the made in europe one tv movie and two experimental quasi documentary is directed by felipe gorell many of these films are unavailable currently or at least i was not able to track them down in physical places or online as such the remaining gene seeberg films that we discuss will be a combination of films that i've seen and films have only read about all identify which is which when necessary one other thing too notes i'm usually only interested in my subject sex lives to the extent that their relationships help us to understand something about what their professional lives were like often in hollywood a stars choice of may or other details about their personal lives will become part of their star persona and would play into the level of opportunity and power they were able to leverage in their careers in the case of gene seeberg the idea that she had sexual affairs with one or more black radicals helped to destroy her film career and had a huge impact on the deterioration of her personal life and mental health.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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02:18 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Arrested black people in black communities and her film varda refers to the panther as quote a beautiful black animal who does not attack but defence himself ferociously the panthers were founded as a revolutionary organisation the believe that they needed to be armed in order to protect themselves in a war that they were fighting a war against the police which the police had started as the organization grew it's true that not every member's actions lived up to these stated ideals it's also true that the panthers became a target of a government conspiracy which was absolutely willing to distort the truth in order to put down this revolution anyway if you wanna learn more about the black panthers you should do so what you need to know in order to understand why gene seeberg and jane fonda were attracted to their cause in addition to whatever pti said amounts to this the panthers the male and female members were black leather and sometimes openly carried weapons they were incredibly charismatic and sexy they at least gesture towards giving women equal power to man they terrified the white establishments but they have loads of appeal in the communities in which they represented a powerful alternative to the racist white establishment as such they were naturally and sometimes naively embraced i celebrities with an interest in civil rights and or a fealty to the counter culture in 1960 nine j edgar hoover declared the panthers to be quote the greatest threat to the internal security of the country and he put the full weight of his office behind trying to take the panthers down gene seeberg engine found his involvement with a panthers and other nonwhite radicals helped to put both actresses on their radar of the fbi today we will begin by talking about how genes activism and her relationships with two black men led to the fbi monitoring her as a threat to national security.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"This would have an impact on their stardom today will begin by exploring gene seeberg relatively brief but extremely intense period as a key contact and donor for black radicals in los angeles including a selfproclaimed cousin of malcolm x and a leader of the black panthers the radical organization which rose to national prominence in the mid to late 1860s we'll be talking about the black panthers a bit over the course of the next couple of episodes and if you wanna know more about them there are plenty of resources including a recent documentary by stanley nelson call the black panthers vanguard of the revolution another documentary that i would absolutely recommend and one that may be the most in tune with the way jane fonda and gene seeberg would have perceived the panthers his is black panthers a twenty eight minute film directed by an yes varda in 1968 varda who was friends with jane fonda and russia of a deem and had come to california with her husband filmmakers shocked shocked me documents the panthers presence in oakland california and the nonviolent protests against the imprisonment of panthers leader huey newton the panthers explained to florida on oncamera their 10point program which amongst other things demanded reasonable access to jobs and housing for black people and an end to police brutality the panthers had begun as a watchdog group consisting of black man with legally openly carried guns who stood by while cops mostly white cops.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"It also jobs the couple of insane comments that other men made about seeberg around this time these other men were not romantically involved with her as far as i can tell but they spoke of gene as though the essential thing that made her gene seeberg was that she made men thinks she wanted to have sex with them here's one example when she worked with george pep part on the movie pendulum gene told friends that he was constantly hitting on her and didn't wanna take no for an answer pep hard remembered that gene generally kept herself onset get he also described her quote here he has kind of come on an aura that said that she wanted to get involved ft maybe gene was sexually insatiable and war indiscriminate maybe she was a tease but i say never trust a man who insist that oh woman's orao wants to fuck him when the woman says she does not two artistically unconvincing to make up for its general sordidness birds in peru was nearly banned in france until guy reused his government connections to pull some strings it was submitted for approval in the state's shortly after the production code was phased out in favor of the first adoration of the modern rating system and under that new system it became the first film to be rated acts gene saw the movie once out of friends and family screening in la and by the end of it.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"One last we left her gene seeberg had weather in the intense spotlight brought by the successive breathless and she had gone home to iowa to recuperate from a break down in june 1960 originated gene returned to paris to film her soon to be ex husband francoise mauroy's direct torius debut by now thanks to breathless gene was in high demand amongst french directors and she quickly lined up to additional perris set films time out for love and five day lover five day lover would be billed as jeans i comedy although despite some moments of sex farce it's more of a drama d as if to force the audience to differentiate her from the child woman who wore her st joan haircuts in all of her subsequent significant films director philippe de broker had her where her hair brown and chin length it has the desired effect though just twentyone years old when the film was shot gene is totally convincing as a cosmopolitan adults a woman who has been married long enough to have given birth to two young children and two apparently have had more than one extramarital affair in my mind i don't think seeberg ever looked more beautiful genes character claire is an english woman married to a kind but unglamorous french academic while he's at work each day she goes out into the streets of paris and lives her own life which seems to work fine as long as she scrambles helmand time to serve the cast who lay at a fashion show hosted by her designer ralph rand claire meets a man and begins and affair with him.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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01:58 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Senior a inducted jane into her social circle of artists and intellectuals who more often than not met at her montanes tiny apartments on the ill delisted today in the center of the sun but all was not lost in translation in the paris of 1963 jane fonda seemed to make more sense as a style ikonen sex symbol then she had a new yorker hollywood previously this had less to do with the movie she had come to paris to make which went into production without a finished script and never quite found its footing them with a splash jane made as the american in paris duscher though local culture was primed by gene seeberg to pounce on jane as the new academy of american purity come cool to the french the fond as whereas much of a glamorous american dynasty as the kennedys maybe even better because they were actual movie stars jane was almost immediately put on the cover of caved cinema much of the french media compared her debare joe even though jane at this point was hardly a bombshell in fact aside from her natural beauty and the thin frame she worked so hard to maintain she had yet to come into her own as a sex symbol so far she had still played nothing but the deeply compromised having it both ways fictional females of hollywood movies of the 1960s while making joy house jane had a brief affair with her costar elaine delong breaking him up with his longtime girlfriend actress romi schneider back in the state's confidential magazine ran on their march nineteen 64 cover a story about the quote mary mix up that made hollywood flip in which they noted that schneider had been seen on dates in new york with henry fonda a year earlier.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"And always drawing attention to the construction of the film rather than lulling the viewer into forgetting that there are watching a movie at all gene seeberg was unsettled by good dr himself who always wore these same unlaunched herds suits neither she nor belmondo had much faith that the film they were making would even see the light of day but she didn't have anything better to do so she did as she was asked then gene was called back to hollywood to appear in a columbia film called let no man right my epitaph there she resumed classes with paid and price who had been let go by columbia for his unconventional methods gene insisted that he relocate his classes to the living room of her apartment on olympic boulevard in prices classes gene became close to dennis hopper around this time she also began spending time with another young actor named john gilmore who had previously had a brief affair with jane fonda in new york in his memoirs gilmour would paint a picture of gene as a very lonely girl who was afraid to be alone she confessed to gilmore that she was scared of running into auto premise you're in los angeles and she wouldn't go anywhere in town anywhere near what she suspected prime injure might be gilmour believed that her personality was essentially split into two warring factions and one day she confirmed to him that she felt the same way she had to devils in her she told him pointing to either side of her collar bones gilmore was like you mean you have an angel i'm one shouldering the devil on the other no gene told him and her case they were both devil gilmore said he and gene talked about marriage that he felt like he couldn't really reach gilmore reported that she told him her current marriage was essentially over.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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02:08 min | 4 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Dot com slash remember gene seeberg was born on november thirteenth 1930 aids in marshall town iowa the ark typical boring midwestern american town growing up there gene observed that the adults around her were quote grim kind dried up people who are afraid to open up her mother was a schoolteacher turned homemaker at her father owned a local pharmacy gene was the second of four kids they were lutherans weekly churchgoers nightly grace sayers their spirituality was not about transcendence gene was frightened by the sunday sermons about sin which hammered home the mortal consequences of deviation from the righteous path the presiding ambition of her life in marshall town and in the seeberg house was to be normal to fit in but from an early age gene was unusual for one thing she was unusually sensitive particularly to the plight of living creatures should bring home stray dogs and cats and even protested when her mom would use force to deal with flies in the kitchen she often retreated into books she loved poetry including the rather mature verses of edna st vincent millay one quote unquote normal pastime of genes was going to the movies when she was twelve the local movie house showed the men starring marlon brando as a wheelchairbound war veteran seeberg would acknowledged later that she walked out of the theater shaken marlon brando didn't behave onscreen like the slick hollywood movie star she was used to seeing but his performance had made her understand something that no other movie star previously had about the potential power of marketing to convey emotion.

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"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

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02:06 min | 4 years ago

"gene seeberg" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Gene seeberg became famous before fonda committed to acting seeberg adopted paris as her home i she worked with good dr i and became deeply involved in radical politics i but unlike many of the women in our previous series her legacy was not exactly transformed into legend by her untimely death today if people born in the eighties or later no seeberg at all it's usually because of breathless the film that for many people embodies the french new wave in which super played sean paul belmondo's american love her today seeberg is a star on pinch wrist temblor were images of her with her blonde boys haircuts and tight shirts are shared is fashioned inspiration alongside equally girl friendly pinups like anna karina and autry hepburn vintage photos of jane fonda do not seem to be as i iq although some of them particularly from the modeling she did for magazines like vogue in the early 1960s probably should be instead in today's politically polarized environment jane fonda is largely remembered and in some circles vilified for her antiwar activism during the vietnam war in which he took stances that were so critical of the us military and empathetic towards the vietnamese people that she was branded as a traitor fonda has one two best actress oscars which puts her in the rarefied space of ingrid bergman bette davis meryl streep and elizabeth taylor and yet her movies and her performances in them are not talked about nearly as much as her offscreen life to this day youtube is full of searingly angry and frightening lee misogynistic homemade content directed at fondest actions during the vietnam war.

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