17 Burst results for "Geraldine Chaplin"
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Completely. No Problem David Jim Might WanNa swing the camera ramparts right. The rover would be used in the next two lunar missions and yeah, they're running around and shooting pictures and transmitting live video back. But they did take a lot of film. There that point in time the the distinctiveness in the dramatic difference film certainly made a big difference in what we know about the moon today. Ironically. On this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three, a Delta Airlines jet crashed while landing in the fog at Logan Airport in Boston killing eighty, nine people in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five, and Detroit teamsters union president Jimmy Hoffa reported missing, and he would never be heard from our ever found. NASA intentionally crashed the spacecraft of the discovery. Lunar prospector into the moon does ending its mission to detect frozen water on the lunar surface on this date in nineteen, ninety nine and in two thousand, six Fidel Castro handed over power temporarily to his brother Raul Castro. This led to a celebration in Little Ham Little Havana in Miami. Many. Cuban-americans. Participate. Among those passing away on this date history President Andrew Johnson Singer. Songwriter Jim. Reeves. and. Tell the man he'll have to go Harry Alan Towers the man responsible for Harry and the Black Museum screenwriter producer and produced a lot of radio syndication. Gore Vidal passing away on this date syrian-american actor Michael and Sarah and rowdy. Roddy. Piper. Five years ago today. This is the birth date of a the man behind K. Mart. Well, he founded Esus Gretzky's five and ten that Begat K. Mart Sebastian, s Kresge born on this date in history the father of Tom and Jerry born on this date. Fred quimby. Yeah. Fred. Quimby Academy Award winning producer of the popular Tom and Jerry animated shorts. He passed away back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five at the age of seventy nine but left a big body work. The brother of lead liberace The one that we know is just liberace George Liberace born on this date a Nobel laureate. Milton Friedman Bill Todman of Goodson todman productions did so many game shows also sports announcer Kurt Gowdy, the agony of defeat and musician. Bob Welsh all born on this date in history. In bus stop with Marilyn Monroe perhaps his grandest moment don Murray still with us at the age of ninety one. Roland can't live void better known as logo me and you and a dog named Boo Lobo seventy seven years old today Charlie Chaplin's Fourth Child Geraldine Chaplin Turned Seventy six Gary. Lewis of Gary Lewis and the playboys is seventy four Dick. Van. Dyke son buried Van Dyke is sixty nine Dan blockers boy dirt blocker is sixty three. Dallas Mavericks. Mark Cuban is sixty two years of age today he used to own access TV, but that's now. Owned by some other folks Wesley Snipes. Fifty. Eight J. K. Rowling fifty five years of age. He was in the lowest and Clark the New Adventures Superman Dean cain fifty four country singers. ZAC Brown is forty two B J Novak from the opposite forty one from desperate housewives. Charlie Carter is thirty, two Robin Williams. Daughter Zelda carrying on the family tradition as an actress she is thirty one from Modern Family Rico Rodriguez is twenty two. And a young little Filipina. American girl with a huge Voice Angelica hail from America's got talent. She turns thirteen today though some of the people who celebrate the last day of July is their birthday. This is your birthday. Where the four freshmen and we just want to say how?.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Those legs. Off Oh my God. Oh That's enjoyed. all right Barron. Give me your answer to this This Charlie Chaplin Yeah. This is a lot of really interesting information I kinda wanted to. Next time I come on the show. I'm definitely taking notes everything. Barron wanted done as I can tell you go. Garin that woman at target? WHO said I'll just I'll be right back and she went in. That was called an Irish hello. Elliott I played dungeons and dragons also played a superhero based role. Playing game called champions in another way And I played the star. Wars game is well Matt of what you said of people oh saw. Both of you guessed mustache. He ensured his mustache otherwise. Hitler witness stole it. Am My right. Matt, you, said the legs now to what Jimmy said. No, no. Matter the face the face. Yeah, my answer, my answer. The question was face. Legs are obvious, but you're wrong to Jimmy's point. This is an era we have to remember in which people who made movies are actually talented. Had abilities like being able to saying Lord. Dance Right Charlie Chaplin was a damn genius who was a tremendous dancer and he was creating. What a lot of us now know to be modern complex comedy. Today's because people like him right right? But the guy was a brilliant physical comedian. Right so off the thing about legs were dancing. I was thinking. It's gotta be something his legs, but let's not forget. This guy was writer and a director and an editor. Okay, he was doing everything he was a producer. He was inventing things. and He. Really, liked agent appropriate women right so then he also. Just trying to keep up with women network horribly too young for him. On top of being a dancer K.. So I think he ensured the thing that he needs the most in both of those situations. Kelly Clark said No. His news his knees. Knees very specific part of the League could've said leg out the leg part of the leg. I probably the whole leg but I wanted to say the word needs yeah. It's. It's the bee's knees. That's how much is to say it. Do you know my fun fact? Look on Trivia about Charlie. Chaplin's last, WanNa know I don't know that. I never spoken to you before. Her name is Pretty Muna O.`Neil. Can you guess her father was Eugene? O'Neill Eugene Region O'Neill was the father of Charlie Chaplin's agent. Appropriate wife, whom he disowned when she married chaplain the guys. He said it was wrong. Regardless chaplain a child. They Geraldine Hoop named Geraldine Chaplin a lot of my favorite. Latin language movies because she's grew up. She married a Colombian man by think. She's one of my favorite films. She had a daughter named ONA. And she goes by own a chaplain. And, if you're a fan of game of thrones. You might remember her getting stabbed through the pregnant stomach. A while it. A famous episode of that's right. Yeah, I, remember the time being like. Wow, that's crazy. She must be related Y. I saw the name I was like. I wonder if he's related to Charlie Chaplin then I looked at the granddaughter. Of Charlie Chaplin. Yes, she's angry. Great granddaughter of. Eugene O'Neill! Wow, what's the now? I can't remember the the the Stark Shushi married the not robb stark, but the other stark, no rob stark Robb stark. Yes. That's a chaplain. Her name's owner chaplain interesting. She's married. She's named after her grandmother. That's crews and her grandfather. So anyway, my answer was yes. I will tell you before you. My answer that I wrote down mustache. Cross it out because I thought it was mostly. I that was my first thought was mustache didn't be dumb enough to lock that in. But I chose Mustache and then got rid of it because it was a stupid answer the dumbest of all time. Okay. I ended up going I. thought that this is kind of. We're bear going when he was talking to how. Chaplain. Director writer a producer created things so I went with brain. That insured is brain. I I when he went barren, was saying that I thought he was going to say eyeballs because as a director. That's a good one to those eyeballs. Are. Let's find out what it is. Let me, go to the Trivia page. I press a button gives me the answer. None of us got it right. But we all if. Barons the closest. Elliott and governor and. It was actually a beard, stubble beard stubble. Kidding Feet. He insured his feet. And that makes sense when you think about those. Little waddle and all that bullshit, but that was the first thing I was going to say. I was like be feet now. That's dumb, YEA! Because he's so famous, for is physical comedy and aspect of walk, but I was like what part of the body is really responsible for his walk. It's not it's not the knees. With, you man I feel like it's feet. I didn't think it. Again. Chaplain does he keeps you on your toes little dictator? He was British sneaky foreigner coming in. Damn down head that House on the brea that people shut up about if you're on a tour bus. What? Garrett. Give me how much how much did you bet Jimmy Allen in with a big old twenty five? Oh, how won't be YOU ELLIOT I? Bet High for me fifteen. Won't be you. Get. I also went big. I went twenty two. Be Oh, barren, white, five small biggio! Jimmy I won't be twelve. I bet twelve thirty. Five dollars today five bucks for data. Nice work just wrote down. That note for later. Well you might. Win for losing the lease, that's correct. That's correct. That's why strategic baron you can go all in like you guys did, but you guys look the fool with your answers. I mean after the Kelly Clarkson question. Didn't we all expect? The question was like what movie did Marlon Brando Played The Godfather. Definitely, I definitely see. The freshmen. Are Baron. Vaughn has been our guest mirror. And of course the show called the great debate on Scifi You can also catch them if superstar comes back if you guys I heard that maybe September you. GUYS ARE GONNA. Get back in the action, but there's no way that's happening. Right Baron! I have no idea superstar, superstar, grace and Franky no idea. superstardom gets a great program we love. So good so great, and it's a bummer that we We binged. It over this pandemic, and now it's now. We're. into limbo like the rest of the world, we're caught up. Hey, you know what just real quick. Since Baron has had the honor of working with the legendary. Jane, Fonda. Let's see if he can answer. This trivia question from last week. Oh Yeah! Good one Jane Fonda and Robert Redford. Appeared on screen together three times. Is that rare five five five? Can you name any one of those five movies? I can't and you had the answer I know we just did it last week and I can think of one. I can think of the one that I mucked up title of Oh man. 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"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on The Crown: The Official Podcast
"It's a huge project and so so many of the characters cycle makes all the light little Dullsville maced and the other layer of people like your mom's Mums Aberfan and politicians or the smaller people in less. Yeah aw aw as valuable and important and maybe I maybe I quite like doing them etter. Probably that's interesting because doing Margaret. All the queen it's lovely fabrics is great. It's fantastic. Don't get me wrong but it's I don't know how deep to get into it whereas Alice all. Yeah Not van mum. That's caught together that right. I should've let let in down here. Yeah totally but it's weird is I've been. He just thought about that. The levels pulls all the characters in the crown. Yeah Yeah and it's interesting because there are so many big female characters have the drama and I wanted to ask about when you're approaching dress in the men and looking at the design of the male costumes is harder artor or is it easier than than the women. Because like you say with Margaret. You kind of know where you can go with. I guess but with many slightly more restricted in a night night. Like men's clothes very much in a way you feel with men. They had the uniform best suits that beautiful impeccable suits search again of all be made shawls light rail fashioned Snai. But it's even just using Charles in the way that his suits designed to start your Washington flair. That's a real subtlety. But it's really important those. Yeah I think that can make the powerful empire. I hope so little things things like just for Josh. When he's goes to Wales and we found an amazing Thai was suffered ills on again? You probably wouldn't see that. But so he will definitely tie whether he was Wales. Yeah Yeah it's a look back and look at little secret. The things I think are nice. And that's the brilliant thing about. It is how enormous this project is but how intimate and personal the performance as on on the emotions that you have as viewer to them like Geraldine Chaplin who plays Williamson. Geraldine is this delicate. Tiny hiney little creature and of course. She's a very fine actress and she will embody a Wallis but in a different the way do you. I guess there's an element is well even once you've fitted and the you know the costumers Pathak for for that moment for for that scene once they get on and there may well still be adjustments to be made to things or is it once. They're on say that's kind of like it's time to sit ups quite I two story because one of her dresses was going to be wet. She lies on the bed with him. Yeah and done a sleeve which which was like a dragon's fin on I in my head. Imagine she would put up like around his head so you would see the seven bays shape of this league lead to look amazing and the light and everything that never happened size very very kind of course about and said to Sam. He was missing a trick. Sam being the direct to missing trick here just looked at me and laughed. What is it about my sleeve at all so you have to stop it not being dolgin? Sometimes it's incredible. How much of it is made aide though and what happens to after? Oh now this is amazing because most jobs in you it makes me laugh. The angst worry worry you put into a costume and then I see the I do know what happens to it either. Goes Soul to Costume House and ends up in the fifth person in the tense thrown a big film with the crown that all stored and they go on display away in museums and exhibitions. So what's so brilliant. Because the what chrome goes on might upset. It's chirs standard it so there were will be seen by loads of people. That's amazing close up. All sids buttons some some fabrics. And it's all vinegar another life which is so rare another car. I absolutely love in season. Three and I'm really excited to see where that goes into. This is on his goal is Shay. She's great but again. It's almost I. I feel like I've learned more by on in season. Three of the crime line then I knew about hard as a person. A wonderful exploration of heart is a person of all the royal women. She's the surprise isn't Gi. Yea both what she wears jeans peajackets to really amazing hats and sixty. So we'll silent says says Yeah Your Highness. May I present Captain Andrew Parker Bowles Blue Andrew..
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on The Crown: The Official Podcast
"The army whilst he faces death in World War Two. He believes that this is the only way to give meaning into life in this episode of the Crown Prince. Charles Likens himself to the character is he describes what it's like waiting to become king whilst at dinner with his new love Camila at the same time the dying Juke of Windsor contemplates. His life's meaning having given up the crown. Nine hundred thirty six choosing love over Judy. Pretty we'll be talking in depth about the events in this episode. So if you haven't watched it yet we suggest to do so now or very soon coming up later we'll meet at an dougherty who plays princess on in the crown a never played anyone like him before in my life and she's taught me so much check out the woman I WANNA be. She's genuinely I think just made me a better person. We'll also hear from costume designer. Amy Roberts said my little trick is to look and look and look all those people and then could it all away and just do your the thing with it but I I talked with Sam Donovan. who directed episode eight unknown of season? Three of the crown I asked him about working with acting Woolsey. Not Geraldine Chaplin on Deck Jacob to portray the elderly and Duchess of Windsor in dangling. Man Phenomenal so I worked to them. a few years ago on a show called Tango and Halifax so we had an experience of working together and when I knew he was casting I was just like this is absolute dream and it's a different situation. We see them in the post when we back in seasons one into in terms of this old couple who almost Levin this museum of the Crown Away do you know what I mean kind of extraordinary to see them how they are an Geraldine Chaplin as well as our gelatin chaplain was wonderful. We list together of people to play. Wallis and Sheldon was top of our list so she lives in Switzerland and she flew over to his in London to have a maid and and turned it with these big Chunky. China's on these skintight leather Trousers this really funky colorful Bomber jacket baseball cap and big dog glasses and she looked like something out of a salt and pepper. You know the coolest seventy five year old you've ever met in alive live and carried it with such confidence in really didn't care and then when we sat down to chat with Oh she was really lovely and understood the character and You know and she's kind of American royalty. You know with the Father Being Charlie Chaplin. She is she has that and also she spent time in France. You you know Which is why the windsors ended up after their action so felt like she understood the world and understood my Kinda party a greatest? Everybody and concentrate only unhappy. Everything's to that end. Let's cancel the Japanese Emperor Hirohito. No we can't do too much planning go into into it besides maybe my only remaining opportunity to restore my reputation reputation. He's an idol and most false imposition off-court without merit and lost without deserving. So did you have windsor as important rulings within this episode where he's almost like a mediary between Charles and the Queen. It's known that Hemin encharged wrote to each other will actually very similar characters really I mean and this is what the threat was for the Queen. But you know he was very much a free thinker He was curious you slotting rebellious and then today he looked before juicy. We put love before the crown and I think the the thing with the Queen was she kinda on a hat to give permission for Charles to to meet him. Because how often do you get to me a former Prince of Wales and a former king you know any advice that the the king white and can get from somebody that's been. He should take. We all just watching some real footage of of the Duke and Duchess and and I think it's only a few years before he passed away these interviews at the BBC. Did you know there are upon online and stuff and it's incredible torture us. Even even the way they sit on the cob get close enough to each other. They need this almost even just the angles of their bodies are constantly directed towards. We looked at that video. Even though it's not in word for word is on version of it for the for the good of the stories that we're telling we did look at the the body language with Joe and Derek. We watched those interviews together. And look time she would reach over to him and he would show and the big confer moments mm-hmm and you know this just longing look from her. All the time is he's as he's speaking in he's opening up about how he feels beautifully beautifully done everybody. Nobody wants to know how much of what's in. The crown is true and the way that pizza rights. A- sake you believe everything because because it's within the confines of the stuff stuff that we already know Joe and particularly I think in episode eight that meeting with the Queen and the Juke. Yes which happened but we don't know what we say we don't always said I can only guess what was said. I hope he said he said and always falls finds. Its weeks an an an and it does he. You know he wasn't right to be to be king. He's you know at that time when he abdicated. Whereabouts go into war when they needed a strong sensible head of stay which they got with? The brother does always find his way to the head. And if shooting that same Derek's performance now in just doesn't hold back even directed rehearsal Mama turning over and these is one of those moments where I live. You really had to fight back the tears and all and then we did a cruise show afterwards which is basically everybody comes in and what she's saying and then we tell everyone what we're what we're kind of into for the for the rest of the day. That's yeah so kind of how it works is is that we have directors rehearsal. I which is basically me the pay the first I. Id and the script supervisor and we will block in has been the same then. I'll talk about Angles we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA shoe How we're GONNA cover the same essentially we we map out from a visual storytelling view? We then told I I did to make sure we've got enough time to do what we WANNA do. we figure something else out quite quickly and that can be either changing the shot so asking the act is to change the blocking and little bed and then we do. What's called the accrue show which is which Joie than everybody piles in the way? Everyone's kind of squashed in cones. I mean on the crowd is not so bad because the Williams generally massive everybody But we all kinda squeeze in and watch the watch the the same and there was not a dry in the house without rehearsal. I mean the way that it coughs and splutters and really struggles that saying. He knew that this.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"I'm max Baril. And this is classic movie musts where every week we breakdown a classic movie while looking to provide artistic insight and historical context at the very least. We'll talk about what makes these movies classics. Classic movie must releases every Friday ready to complement your weekend movie, viewing plans classic movie must is supported by listeners. Like you. If you want to help support the show, I thank you so much and second head on over to patriot dot com slash classic movie. Musts every patriots subscriber earns cool perks and ways to engage with the show, including the opportunity to vote every month on a movie they'd like to hear disgust on the show, all it takes is one dollars per month. In fact, today's episode was suggested by one of our patrons John Kelvin, and then voted on by the rest of our patriot community in our April movie poll, a huge thank you to John Kelvin for the suggestion. And who all are patriots subscribers you make this show possible? If you're thinking about joining patriot now is the perfect time to do it. Because in the month of April, we are celebrating our one year anniversary here at classic movie mosques, and that means every patriots subscriber who's already signed up and any new patriot subscriber who joins in April will receive a handwritten custom classic movie musts postcard in the mail as a display of gratitude. So you can read about all our support ears and the awards and get your bonus postcard over patriot dot com slash classic movie. Musts thank you for joining me this week as discuss Robert Altman's Nashville in this episode will discuss how Robert Altman projects his characters as a microcosm of American society in our feature presentation will hear about nationals extensive improvisation in our buzz from the back lot segment, but first let's get into. This week's opening credits. Our film. This week is Nashville which was directed by Robert Altman and was released in nineteen seventy five Nashville stars, Henry Gibson, Ronnie Blakely, Keith Carradine, Shelley divall, Ned Beatty. Geraldine Chaplin, Scott Glen, and Jeff Goldblum taking place in the five days leading up to a presidential. Primary. Nashville is set against the city's country and gospel music scene filled with all its stars wanna be stars. And other hangers on the stars include good ole boy haven Hamilton played by Henry Gibson, whose patriotic songs leading up to the American bison tenable belie his controlling and ruthless nature. Barbara Jean played by Ronnie Blakely, the country music, darling. Who is just returning to Nashville and performing following recovery from a fire related injury, which may have taken more of an emotional toll than a physical one. And good looking and charismatic, Tom. Frank played by Keith Carradine, one third of the successful group. Bill Mary, and Tom who is trying to go solo, and which masks his need not to be solo in his personal life as he cycles from woman to woman, including his bandmate, Mary who is married to their other band bandmate Bill. The wanna be stars include Albuquerque play by Barbara Harris, who's trying to run away from her husband since he does not approve of her career choice and sue lean gay played by Gwen Welles, a waitress who's willing to do anything to make it big in music despite being told directly that she has no singing talent time their stories together are OPEL play by Geraldine Chaplin, a suppose it reporter for the BBC who's working on a documentary, and is searching for whatever angle she can John triplet played by Michael Murphy Yankee in town to organize political fun. Fundraisers, including a country music outdoor concert for third party presidential candidate populist. How Phillip Walker who has the potential to take just enough votes to affect the election? And lastly, Martha played by Shelley divall who has renamed herself LA Jones who is in town to visit her hospitalized ailing aunt, but who instead decides to be a groupie to any country music star. She can national had a budget of two point two million dollars in box office hall of ten million adjusted for inflation. It's a budget of just over ten million dollars in box office of almost forty seven million. Now, this isn't Dallas this is Nashville, and it's time for our feature presentation. Nashville
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"NPR's Andrew Limbaugh has this appreciation Karl Lagerfeld always wanted to be a grownup. He was born in Hamburg, Germany, and he was always very cagey about telling people when but most reports say nineteen thirty three here's what he said about being a kid in a 2017 CNBC interview hinted to be a child. Could speak English. I'm an infringement. I was six I never played with children only was sketching in reading. He took that drive to Paris where he began working in the fashion industry as an assistant and in nineteen fifty four he saw something that would stick with him for decades. Coco Chanel postwar fashion show her first in over a decade. Here's how Lagerfeld described NPR in two thousand and five I liked it. Because for me, it wasn't case of something. I hit miss live from before about number two in all that. It was a moment that inspired him so much that he wrote and directed a short film about it in two thousand thirteen called the return. It reveals how Lagerfeld presents Coco Chanel as both ambitious and frustrated here played by Geraldine Chaplin. This collection is not about fun. It's about giving a new modern look. To fashion. Giving fashion new and modern looks is what Karl Lagerfeld was all about says fashion historian, Valerie Steele. She's the director of the museum at the fashion institute of technology. He was like a chameleon his style changed. According to who he was designing for and wet. Steele says that by the time Karl Lagerfeld became creative director for Chanel in nineteen eighty three. It was in dire need of its own comeback. He was like us an emergency. Doctor who applied you know, electric shock to this corpse and suddenly brought it back to life and made it super exciting and fashionable. So that instead of just a handful of leftover ole ladies wearing it all kinds of young women suddenly thought, whoa, Chanel is cool again Karl Lagerfeld worked relentlessly not just that Chanel. But as the creative director for Fendi as well as his own label while pep rally is a fashion photographer who shot for Lagerfeld for the past ten years. He was very impressive in that sense. Says you could talk to winter sitting next to him and at the same time with the laserlike, I modify it by a few inches on the shoulder on the length of a skirt, but Lagerfeld was not without controversy. For example. He recently dismissed models complaining of being groped while at work telling them to quote, join a nunnery that's that he's still remembered fondly by peers and colleagues competitors. Even it was Bernard Arnault from the luxury conglomerate LVMH, which owns leave Tom who said, quote, we loved and admired him, deeply, fashion and culture.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Of the Middlebury institute of international studies. Thanks for joining us. My pleasure. Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has died at the age of eighty five. He was chanels creative director for decades. And he was a symbol of fashion itself with his signature, fingerless, gloves and other bowl, gestures Lagerfeld balanced. The luxury brands tradition with the excitement of the future. NPR's Andrew Limbaugh has this appreciation Karl Lagerfeld always wanted to be a grownup. He was born in Hamburg, Germany, and he was always very cagey about telling people when but most reports say one thousand nine hundred eighty three here's what he said about being a kid in a twenty seventeen CNBC interview hinted to be a child. Speak English French when I was six I never played with children only was catching in reading. He took that drive to Paris where he began working in the fashion industry as an assistant and in one thousand nine hundred fifty four he saw something that would stick with him for decades. Coco Chanel postwar fashion show her first in over a decade. Here's how Lagerfeld described it to NPR in two thousand five I liked it. Because for me, it wasn't advocation of something. I hit miss live from before world number two in all that. It was a moment that inspired him so much that he wrote and directed a short film about it in two thousand thirteen called the return. It reveals how Lagerfeld presents Coco Chanel as both ambitious and frustrated here played by Geraldine Chaplin. This collection is not about fun. It's about giving a new modern look. To fashion..
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Excitement of the future. NPR's? Andrew Limbaugh has this appreciation car Lagerfeld always wanted to be a grownup. He was born in Hamburg, Germany, and he was always very cagey about telling people when but most reports say one thousand nine hundred eighty three here's what he said about being a kid in a twenty seventeen CNBC interview to be a child. English and French when I was six I never played with children, only were sketchy and reading he took that drive to Paris where he began working in the fashion industry as an assistant and in nineteen fifty four he saw something that would stick with him for decades. Coco Chanel postwar fashion show her first in over a decade. Here's how Lagerfeld described it to NPR in two thousand five I liked it. Because for me, it wasn't evocation of something. I hit miss live from before world number two in all that. It was a moment that inspired him so much that he wrote and directed a short film about it in two thousand thirteen called the return. It reveals how Lagerfeld presents Coco Chanel as both ambitious and frustrated here played by Geraldine Chaplin. This collection is not about fun. It's about giving a new modern look. Fashion. Giving fashion new and modern looks is what Karl Lagerfeld was all about says fashion historian, Valerie Steele. She's the director of the museum at the fashion institute of technology. He was like a chameleon his style changed. According to who he was designing for and wet. Steele says that by the time car Lagerfeld became creative director for Chanel in nineteen eighty three. It was in dire need of its own comeback. He was like us an emergency. Doctor who applied you know, electric shock to this corpse and suddenly brought it back to life and made it super exciting and fashionable. So that instead of just a handful of leftover all ladies wearing it all kinds of young women suddenly thought, whoa, shadow is cool, again, Karl Lagerfeld works relentlessly, not just that Chanel. But as the creative director for Fendi as well as his own label the pep rally is a fashion photographer who shot for Lagerfeld for the past ten years. He was very aggressive in that sense. If you could talk to another window sitting next to him and at the same time with a laser like, I modify by a few inches on the shoulder. The length of a skirt Lagerfeld was not without controversy. For example. He recently dismissed models complaining of being groped while at work telling them to quote, join a nunnery that's that he's still remembered fondly by peers and colleagues competitors. Even it was Bernard Arnault from the luxury conglomerate LVMH, which owns leave Tom who.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on Movie Crush
"For the holiday. Days juicy home for the holidays. Mollie hunter? Oh, yeah. I saw that in the theater a long time ago that was a cool intense little movie. It was good. It was funny, but did didn't Downey junior and have some kind of intense stuff in it like because I think so I'm trying to remember this is one of the drug addict or something or there was some families directed this movie. Actually, I think you're right. I remember really liking that and seeing in the theaters a long time ago, but I don't remember much about it. There may have been some sort of are you thinking of the family stone that movie well, it would spoil it that had a family tragedy. I think involved, but I don't think home for the holidays. Did was definitely directed by Jodie Foster. Very good movie. One liner though, the little log line Steve Gutenberg, and he's he's apparently a snob. Getting the end Cynthia Stevenson, apparently is a long suffering sister. Yeah. And then we have bankrupt in Charleston, and they were great and Geraldine Chaplin who is apparently a nutty aunt. But then the evening gets interesting when sparks fly between. Claudia and her brothers, handsome friend. Leo fish by Dylan McDermott in this, actually, Leo fish. It is a great name. That's a that's a name only screenwriter could come up with a this is overwhelming five hundred seventy nine people said planes, trains and automobiles and only eighty five said home for the holidays that that's to be expected. I didn't think it would crush that much. But home for the holidays is a really really good thanksgiving movie. And like, I said planes, trains and automobiles gives me serious anxiety. Yeah, I know 'cause they're just late and they don't have their car and don't have their trained. They're having all these travel gist problems or you have travel stress. I just wanted. I want everything to work out or you know, I try to do everything in my power to be prepared and to get places on time. Right. Your little boy scout try to be Mike Shapiro and the comments as pieces of April gotta shout that out because I love that movie to Mike, and that is a great thanksgiving movie. But just a little too obscure for a fifty fifty choice. He says is Patricia Clarkson's best role. I don't know about that. But boy, she was great. And that was just a really good movie. So highly recommend everyone see pieces of April Janika Kuhn says Chuck this isn't a fair poll. Yeah. I get it. I get it. Thank Facebook for that. Everyone Sheila Harwell says son-in-law wasn't an option. That's funny. I didn't know that was thanksgiving movie. I don't think ever saw that. I never saw any polish or moving all not even the. Nope. Encino, man. Nope. Unit about leasing the juice. You mean Duke in the stats reason the Jews this is when he goes in. He's the weasel. That was me here. He had that in his stand up. Right. That was just because I liked him on MTV. And I thought he was kind of funny. I don't know. I didn't see any of those dumb movies. Yeah. They're real dominant. And see no man he goes into a gas station like a seven eleven he sticks his head under the the the frosty machine and starts porn directly. Now, he calls. It weasing the Jew. Lincoln our crews in the mountain, bro. We figure we've been little Jew whose Neum using that you lose. How do you not know that this is important part of the cultural zeitgeist that was an MTV though. Of course, I liked the weasel that was funny. All right. Poultry dirty dancing..
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on Channel 955
"Fifth film and the drastic park series taking place three years after the previous film the theme park is closed the when a volcano starts erupting on the island and claire try to rescue the remaining dinosaurs chris pratt bryce dallas howard james cromwell beatty wong geraldine chaplin and jeff goldblum star scifi adventure out in limited release is boundaries starring viropharma gap she plays a single mother who takes a road trip with her estranged father when he's kicked out of his retirement home chooses to live with his other daughter down the coast there's family comedy drama also stars christopher plummer kristen schaal christopher lloyd and peter fonda also out in limited release is the biographical spy film the catcher was a spy based on the nineteen ninety four book ball rud stars as the title character a major league baseball player who covertly joined the office of security services to try stop the germans from building an atomic bomb during world war two march strong cnn miller jeff daniels and guy pearce also star still in theaters are the incredible to oceans eight tag solo star wars story and deadpool two and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio of cash cars and conscious up with a giant bag a cash of the into summer wanna win seven fifty monday morning on channel nine five five.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"The previous film the theme park is closed the winner volcanoes starts erupting on the island onen claire tried to rescue the remaining dinosaurs chris pratt bryce dallas howard james cromwell beatty one geraldine chaplin and jeff goldblum star scifi adventure out in limited release is boundaries starring vera for me gap she plays a single mother who takes a road trip with her estranged father when he's kicked out of his retirement home in chooses to live with his other daughter down the coast there's family comedy drama also stars christopher plummer kristen schaal christopher lloyd and peter fonda also out in limited release is the biographical spy film the catcher was a spy based on the nineteen ninetyfour book ball rudd stars as the title character a major league baseball player who covertly joined the office of security services to try and stop the germans from building an atomic bomb during world war two march strong sienna miller jeff daniels and guy pearce also star still in theaters are the incredible to oceans eight tag solo star wars story and deadpool two and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio iheartradio here are the top postman own songs you've thumbed up number three psycho featuring tied dallas sign really trust nobody show got damaged number two congratulations recess allison graduated i saw.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"And it's i think it's a data from a book that came out in the twenties just is about a farm family and france during the war and they have two sons that are at the front and the the mom and the sister are left to kind of keep the farm going and it's a portrait of their fortitude and how they of keep it all together and they hire girl to come in and she changes the family dynamics a little bit when the guys come home to visit it's a very slow moving very deliberate kind of gentle to your point of general film but beautiful faces beautiful acting meaningful story and kind of nice little ball like a nice little respite from all the frantic nonstop action on the on the big screen these just getting the guardians thoughtful stuff world war one isn't that interesting because i i was thinking i'm still recommending journey's end journeys because that's now available i think there's another world war one epic that's coming out it's called nineteen seventeen i think it's coming out sometime in the next year so that that from what i was able to read looked like it had great potential there are so many rich stories within that conflict that's the depth that's why i get annoyed when it's like oh it's the fifth spiderman in six years you know it's like there's rich territory to plow if you can just take the effort to go look for it by the way god's took place in the mid nineties in the nineties oh my goodness i the jury in civil war oh okay yeah anyway but yeah the at the west end this weekend and it should be available for i think that's probably going to be available for streaming pretty soon i keep thinking about the character on a boardwalk empire was the olsen john john huston it was houston's danny houston yeah he was like john huston's grandson or something like that right i'm pretty sure that and had had half his face blow one of the greatest characters and by the way we talk about how things end whether it's a finale and when his character line ended that was one of the most beautiful things ever because didn't he dreamed that he was like his face was whole again and he was surrounded by family and it was just so peaceful in the guy clearly that had had all of that rob from him in the war wow so well show we play name that tune yes hold on i was just typing boardwalk to find out that that actor's name now who i absolutely love is one bad john john huston it's danny generations daddy's hold on k main casts houston what is his name i can't believe it's none in here of jackie gleason oh chacha accuse him yes and he's he's shows up in a lot of stuff he's a fine actor in american hustle right yeah yeah yeah danny houston it's like no you guys don't watch game of thrones but there was a characters in very briefly who i think was charlie chaplin's greatgranddaughter something like that was in a chapel she's just delightful chapas was geraldine chaplin more i thought maybe she would have a little bit more to do at the she was just there to add pesos which i guess i should also add to the to the points that always get shacks spielberg oh you can't be with her again you're dismissed they lived in a house that looked like haag warts yeah it looked like hitler's country redoubt with big cages underneath is it alright to reveal that the dinosaurs wind up in northern california yes okay right here is what hopefully a pallet cleansing song for my two friends and an arch thanks and you know it's yes this is first of all this is tiny answer by john words in lyrics by our lyrics by bernie taupin this is the song this is the moment in almost famous which was on this weekend oh really yeah this is after billy kudos character whose name is escaping me right now it's sort of like he's he's fighting with the band and he goes i just wanna party with real people and it goes up and he gets wasted with these fans and finally like the band comes back in the boss like you get in everybody's upset with everybody and billy curbs characters towel and he's just sort of like just miserable and then this song comes on the bus and then everybody sings it and everybody comes together and to.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"The previous film the theme park is closed the when a volcano starts erupting on the island owen and claire try to rescue the remaining dinosaurs chris pratt bryce dallas howard james cromwell beatty wong geraldine chaplin and jeff goldblum star scifi adventure out in limited release is boundaries starring vera for me gaffe she plays a single mother who takes a road trip with restrained father when he's kicked out of his retirement home in chooses to live with his other daughter down the coast there's family comedy drama also stars christopher plummer kristen schaal christopher lloyd and peter fonda also out in limited release is the biographical spy film the catcher was a spy based on the nineteen ninetyfour book ball rud stars as the title character a major league baseball player who covertly joined the office of security services to try and stop the jerk germans from building an atomic bomb during world war two march strong sienna miller jeff daniels and guy pearce also star still in theaters are the incredible to oceans eight tag solo star wars story and deadpool two and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio back to back home runs wing yard i mean is there anything more demoralizing than watching a team hit back to back to back home runs on you i've seen it one time mike and mike dodger stadium when they did it off zach ranking which you know dodger stadium that was like a calls for a national celebration for dodger dodger nation a in the rockies did it on the mets last night aaron auto story in desmond go back to back to back colorado's five back of arizona they're in this.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Twenty fifteen drastic world and fifth film in the drastic park series taking place three years after the previous film the theme park is closed the winner volcanoes starts erupting on the island owen and claire try to rescue the remaining dinosaurs chris pratt bryce dallas howard james cromwell beatty wong geraldine chaplin and jeff goldblum star scifi adventure out in limited release is boundaries starring vera for me gap she plays a single mother who takes a road trip with her estranged father when he's kicked out of his retirement home and chooses to live with his other daughter down the coast there's family comedy drama also stars christopher plummer kristen schaal christopher lloyd and peter fonda also out in limited release is the biographical spy film the catcher was a spy based on the nineteen ninetyfour book ball rud stars as the title character a major league baseball player who covertly joined the office of security services to try and stop the germans from building an atomic bomb during world war two march strong sienna miller jeff daniels and guy pearce also star still in theaters are the incredible to oceans eight tag solo star wars story and deadpool two and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio there's one man on this earth who really truly gets it republicans believe anymore in private property rights what i hear is this liberty but private property but capitalism but we don't have enough liberty we don't have enough private property rights we don't have enough capitalism in this country and i'm concerned about an oligarch of billionaires i'm not against their success now deciding the winners and losers mark levin is on the radio weeknights at nine on news talk seven thirty w i s n all programs on news talk eleven thirty wins broadcaster the annex wealth.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"But that seems to move a little too quickly almost i mean we'll get that montage of stuff going on in elder read isn't even in them on taj at all it's like what happened was he just not available that day or is he just not part of this part of the story but it's all the other couple and their interaction with the baby and then seeing geraldine chaplin and seeing her upset at this and that's fair geraldine chaplin is our main character that's absolutely fair but if feels like he should've that the elephant route character should have had a little bit more in this in that we kinda get some idea of when she's hiding in this bomb shelter under the the house that edna's coming over and he has kind of put up put on an act for her and geraldine chaplin is carol is getting jealous of that but it just passes so quickly and it just never feels like that that comes to anything too bad because to me that was maybe the most interesting idea was this other couple who like everyone in the society can't have kids and the fact that rather than training in their friends you know that they basically try to blackmail into letting share their child and and to me that was a complicated interesting in benjamin okay i haven't i felt in love with all my god i've seen the so many times situations idea and that using i hadn't seen before basically lack mailing somebody intellect well either let us share your baby we'll have you killed in probably the baby too and i felt like i read it happened so fast in a escalated to such a ridiculous degree so fast that missed the chance to be really interesting kind of character for everybody in story are everybody of like slowly growing sort of obsession that these other people have and how that affects them how it affects reme two characters to me that was that was potentially most media thing in the story or most original at end i was sorry that it was depressing.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on KOIL
"Know one day ahead um you know one for for music listen to the podcast i listen to you everyday driving to work and back um you know they definitely motivational long there you know you and all the debt free screams i think that just you know get me motivated and kept us going no i agree i agree with baird the podcast uh every day i get in the car with him and that was the first thing that came on for us and we listen to them all three hours every day uh uh uh in that was encouraging but for me it was also having a strong partner having garrett who was dedicated and we're hold me accountable and we were also really lucky because we had a really strong support of family salih new our goal in what we are working towards and constantly encouraged us uh my mom would listen to the bad when it was job what i wanted but you also sean and celebrated our success each time we knocked off the dot uh so having both jerry in the family was was really helpful it's a long seventeen months is it worth it or how do you feel now uh out very very cool well congratulations you're to we're gonna send you a copy of course hogan's book signed by him retire inspired is that your next chunk you as the next chapter in your book the you don't just get out of that we get out of that so that we can build wealth so we can change that little boys dreams and change his family tree and of course be able to give with outrageous generosity so very ankle all right it's geraldine chaplin us forty seven thousand.
"geraldine chaplin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Pretty neat woman on saturday night live last night jason eldine who of course was performing won the shot started to wring out in las vegas he started snl last night by plane i won't back down which is a tom petty cover pretty unique 735 wisconsin's weekend morning news gorgeous day today sunny a high of 75 is going to be nice tomorrow to sunny high of sixty nine dwayne do they is still with us star film and entertainment critic the do they could bides on facebook and on twitter dwayne did a dot com thank you serve roldan on michael either so you gave the new blade runner movie three and a half stars we do have a little bit of a technical coming from them will be a little bit of information come an amazon israel last week volker reported there that amazon creating are something called a philip k dick your record green i new series in 2018 10 standalone star based on the fight by writer i'll work you know it in the model of black mirror network and the gap include heat xiaomi grand craft engine now monet an our geraldine chaplin and can anthology feerick coming next year on allen the avatar is nearly here it's going to return after the hiatus tumour movies combing their homework on this whole gasol point do we care about this i usually he really have the dyke's when he when it came already introduced or 3d technology who a lot of yours for the crime and louis on of the mutilated format for the industry i now are cameron is it making core sequel started on production on them last month and shooting them in sequence at a budget of one billion dollars home harm heard that he may have something to do with young namibia by kid i'm not sure honor humping that better that adequate remedy due december twenty quite the first one was fascinating to watch the cinematography and the computer graphics in the the three d was all very stimulating in meat i assume that they're going to have cuttingedge technology for this one to raise what what heart virtual reality her impact on our how much more we can now move out in before wellserved ireland's redwood this dwyane he's been dead for nearly.