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"ginger rogers" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Dot net, you can vote in the current film spotting poll, which is inspired by the decade that stanwyck came to fame, the 1930s. We're asking, what is your favorite 1930s film starring in iconic actor actress duo? We had some conversation at him about whether or not we're going to vote for the film in this scenario, vote for the duo. I guess we'll leave that up to listeners to decide as they look at our options. Again, you can vote for the poll at film spotting .NET. And if you have thoughts on stanwyck or babyface in particular, send a note or an MP3 to feedback at film spotting .NET, you can also leave a message at 312-264-0744, and we might just use it on next week's show. We did prescribe in the wording of the poll that it's the film that should be your choice, but how much will the iconic actor actress duo actually impact your choice or sway your pick? If you vote now at film spotting .NET, your vote could matter, Josh, because we've got a very tight race for the top spot bringing up baby, currently leading, Cary Grant, Catherine Hepburn, edging out, Myrtle loy, and William Powell in the thin man. And there's also a tight race for fourth place, just one or two votes separating Olivia De Havilland and Errol Flynn, the adventures of Robin Hood and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in top hat again, you can vote now at film spotting dot net. We did want to take a moment to acknowledge the passing of a French acting legend Jean Louis Trenton yaw. He died over the weekend 92 years old Josh and most listeners, if the name doesn't immediately ring a bell, will probably think of him as one of the co leads in Michael Hanukkah's amour from the past decade, but he was also in Christophe Kozlowski's red. He was the best actor winner at Cannes in 1969 for a movie that we both, I believe, need to see some homework before film spotting madness 1960s. That's Z and another film on that list from 69 Eric Romero's my night at mods. It was also in God created women, the roger Vadim film with Brigitte Bardot, but the one I'll always think of him the most fondly for and really one of the biggest reasons why I wanted to mention his passing on the show. Bernardo bertolucci's the conformist is just an all time great Italian film with a wonderful performance from Jean Louis Trenton. Well, and what I think of him in a more, it's almost one of those performances that is hard to separate from his co lead. Emmanuel riva as this aging couple and he as she has health issues has to take on care for her. They're just so great together and it's also in terms of his performance too. You think of her going through this transition with the fading health, but it's remarkable how he does the same, even though he stays in better health. It's this emotional, heaviness, and fading that you witness on his face. We talk about these physical performances so often that get a lot of attention where an actor will morph their body in a certain way. And somehow treating Jan does that alongside riva, even though it's not as showy as we normally would associate, but you just feel not the years passing in that performance, but the minutes as that movie goes on, he's just incredible in it. Yeah. And this is first. This is best. All right, let's play a little massacre theater, the part of the show where we perform a scene and you get a chance to win a film spotting T-shirt. A couple of weeks ago, we massacred this scene. What.

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Then so there were these two women in particular who were getting a lot of media attention because they were traditionally by western beauty standards. Attractive right so this was boola is beulah beulah. Let's go with that beulah on and belva gartner these women. They were receiving fan mail. They were giving each other makeovers in jail. I thought that was more interesting. Like that was something that i wish that. They kind of focused more on in. The adaptations is the fact. That i like in the adaptations. Definitely velma and roxie are put into conflict which makes sense in the story but it sounds like the the people that are based on were friends and like rice friends. And i kind of more interested in that angle of them being kind of allied in this like similar fucked up situation from the beginning Yeah so all these women were like giving each other pedicures and stuff. Basically making themselves as pretty popular as possible knowing that. It was rare for the all-male juries at the time to convict women especially attractive women of murder even though even if there was like mountains of evidence against them i will say yeah it seems pretty it seems like beulah and belva did. It seems like they did. Yeah yeah so then. Maureen dallas watkins. Who was one of the few women. Reporters at the chicago tribune. At the time was assigned to report on murderous row and it was assigned to her specifically because her editors thought that that particular subject of covering women awaiting trial for murder would be too boring for men to report on. How wrong they were right. So kind of with the help of all of this press from maureen dallas watkins on beulah and belva. They were not convicted of murder. They were set free and they did this because they kind of leaned into the defense of having been corrupted by jazz music and booze. So that's something that we'll talk about a lot like all things that are associated with personal freedom which was not cool for Women to be having right and then they kind of as we see in the movie they put on these personas of ono. I'm reformed now. i'm. I'm a sinner. But now i'm sweet and innocent and i even have a baby on the way because this fake pregnancy thing that we see roxie hart do in. The movie is based on what beulah on actually did in real life to try to garner sympathy from the public. So was truly shocked. at how. Close the velma. Kelly stuff seems to be like somewhat fictionalized. Almost sister thing. I think is is made up but Yeah roxie hart and buell honor like one and the same like down to like the mechanic husband who wasn't totally sure what was going on right right exactly so. I have a quote here that i'll share. Which unless you have any other additional preliminary context that i think will lead into discussion about kind of what's thematically happening in this movie. I think Well i think the only thing i wanted to touch on was the fax. It maureen dallas watkins so she liked covers a story and her twenty s and releases it. I thought it was interestingly. She the the play and the musical but the place out as like a pretty like heavy handed satire because it was a play that was running in chicago about murders that had taken place in chicago. Two years prior like everyone was watching it like it was. i mean. Obviously like a in iconic well-crafted story but it was like everyone knew exactly what this was about and it was interesting too. I read a little bit about her life at into a super deep dive but just how her attitude towards her. This play kind of changed overtime. Where i think she started to feel as time went on and she she liked left public life in the forties but lives too. I think the late sixties early seventies something like that but as time went on she sort of Didn't want the play to be continued to be adapted even though it was adapted into a movie with ginger rogers a believe in the forties called roxie hart right but i think she's. She started to feel like people are taking the wrong message..

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"L. jan diener bill. Cairns got news top of the hour. Coming up here and loft. She's gonna have an update for you on this tropical storm fred but as of right now it looks like it's going to be in the west coast. If it's it's really similar path to what else it took and now south of us kind of like around the keys then up the gulf coast and then also came ashore. I think north of tampa and the problem with elsa was the tornadoes remember alabama got tornadoes. And then georgia get tornadoes. Went all the way through the carolinas up till candidate that that storm. Just it wouldn't let go. That seems let it go. That seems like we were years ago talking about that. I was only like a month ago. And now we've got Fred so we got fred. We've got also what's what's after fred. Ginger ethel frieden ethel. I thought it was ginger. Ginger rogers fred astaire so i'm just going order here a friend betty yeah rebels you can watch. Forget the rubbles. They were the greatest for that went. That went totally frightened. Names right yes. A lot of friends. I think the g name i i. I'm surprised i don't have this Memorize oh it's grace. That's right grace. Kelly it'll be a nice -sego well they're going to take the old retired hurricane names as are going to be the new names of the variance. Yes here we are sitting here doing the morning. Show in two thousand twenty six well shutdowns because of very grace. Yeah can you imagine no. I can't please wait until they hit. I got news for you. They're planning on going. All the way to zeta. I'm sure we're to have zeta and this one and that one time for the midterm the midterm variance midterm variant It's always fun to hear from the people on the street about for the new yorkers when they get a news story this is why they like. Nbc goes to them right. And they're all reacting now the komo news because it's their governor. They're kind of funny. Here's an in albany ready. Yep it's like and albany aloe resigned instead of being impeached. Does that mean flying. Malkin run for president the slime ball just to hear slime ball. Wow good point. Maybe she's yet. That's a big question is yes It has nothing to do with his resignation if he is found guilty of a criminal activity these crimes right now. These alleged crimes are allegations are misdemeanors And if there are misdemeanors they're gonna forget about. Yeah the groping one where he allegedly grabbed her breast and grabbed the back side. And that kind of stuff. Those would be criminal charges. They're looking to see if they have enough information to do that. And enough evidence. I don't think you'll ever see criminal charge against this guy. I think you're right. I think you called this before they yesterday. I don't think that's coming now..

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You'll find it. All right. If you're a boy or girl will give you know that your Yes, you quick. How do you say where you some bad, right? So you got that? Yeah. Come on, Come on. Thank you. Yeah. Brando, Jimmy Dean on the cover of a magazine or a mechanic. Hollow cheese picture of a beauty queen Gene Kelly. But Astaire Ginger Rogers dance. Help file they had great Rita Hayworth gave good face Lauren for happened. Magnitude City David religion babies with an attitude fellas that were in the movie. Don't just stand there. Let's get to it to strike the pose. There's nothing to it for me. I.

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, my name's Joe exotic and this is Sergeant. It was like a mythical character who own 1200 tigers and lions and bears here. But l'm asking each saying I can't handle a tiger. If he ever had an enemy in his life. It was Carol basketball. Tiger King became a sensation on Netflix, incredibly popular and a distraction for people stuck at home during the pandemic. One of Netflix most want Syria's ever but Hollywood weekly magazines sued, claiming it was the first to dub Joe exotic the Tiger King and that the hit series copied the title and cribbed content from its expose. A judge has thrown out the suit for trademark and copyright infringement, but is giving the magazine a chance to try again. Joining me is intellectual property litigator Terrence Ross. Ah, partner, Captain Yoo Jin Rosenman Terry. Maybe you can clear something up. First Hollywood weekly magazine claims that it coined the moniker Tiger King. But Joe exotic, starting a series called Joe Exotic Tiger King and sold products that were branded Tiger King. That's absolutely true June and the number of products hold with of that moniker or fairly large. This was not a random event or handful products, and that was yet another fact that called into question the asserted right. My Hollywood weekly magazine. Does it make a difference that Hollywood weekly is claiming common law trademark because they didn't file a trademark application for the Tiger King until after the serious became popular. I think on the margins, it might have made a difference if this were closer tape, But as a matter of pure law, it does not. There are common law trademark, including some famous trademarks that most consumers would know. That have never been registered with the United States Trademark Office and are entitled to protection under the Lanham Act. Is it surprising that Joe Exotic didn't try to trademark Named Tiger King. It isn't it isn't it is a slightly cumbersome process and somewhat expensive for someone of limited means. It is hard process to navigate without an attorney, but you have to have an attorney doing the filing, which runs up the cause. And so there is this tendency amongst people who have limited means or businesses that do not want to spend a lot of legal fees. To practice their trademark at common law, instead of registering it under the federal system did the judge's decision revolve around the First Amendment Netflix his first Amendment claims If it did so there have been established for many years now what is known as the Rogers test with respect to the use of trademarks and artistic work. It is so named because it comes out of the case, and the second Circuit, which is the New York area, called Rogers vs Gore, Molly and involved. Famous iconic Hollywood movie star and dancer Ginger Rogers. There was a Frederico Fellini movie involving two Italian who believe themselves to be as good of dancers as Ginger Rogers in front of their stance. You emulated their dance routines and the name of the movie was Ginger and Fred and Ginger Rogers brought a lawsuit claiming that that was unauthorized use. Her name and the second Circuit said Well, in light of the First Amendment rights to freedom of speech, we're going Tol allow an exception to the trademark law. Yeah, There is some artistic relevant to the use of the trademark in the movie, and if the use of the trademark does not mislead people, and in that case, clearly the use of Ginger Rogers name was relevant to the plotline, which involved two Italian the answers because they worked for practice purposes. Ginger and put Department. What then with not purposely misleading, And so the second Circuit created this exception their trademark laws. It fundamentally reflects the tension between First Amendment freedom of speech, and and we're trademark laws, which, in effect, say you can't use certain words There has to be with respect, artistic work, even reality television shows. A certain amount of given the joint toe allow the use of trademark in these artistic work, so it's not too chill freedom of speech. So explain the judges analysis as to why Netflix First Amendment claims under the Rogers test. Were successful. The key trademark at issue was the Tiger King. And this was a reality television show that followed the lives of Joe exotic in the people around him, including possibly a murder and was a very popular show. Well, it ran And the court said Look, the use of the place. Tiger King clearly is relevant to the show because it is about Joe Exotic Look Tiger King, and therefore it needs the first part of the Rogers test. With respect to the second part, they used the term tire King in no way mislead viewers. Into watching the show under some sort of false pretenses because the show is about Joey's out of the tiger kick, and therefore it past the second part of the Roger's death and qualified under the special exemption to the trademark law. In the body lying around. Let me make it spent time.

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Denise publicly thistles. Bloomberg. Not every day that a zookeeper with prison for murder for hire. Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, My name is Joe exotic. And this is Sergeant. It was like a mythical character who own 1200 tigers and lions and bears. But Carol masking eight, saying I can't handle a tiger. If he ever had an enemy in his life. It was Carol basketball. Tiger King became a sensation on Netflix, incredibly popular and a distraction for people stuck at home during the pandemic. One of Netflix most want Syria's ever but Hollywood weekly magazines sued, claiming it was the first to dub Joe exotic the Tiger King and that the hit series copied the title and cribbed content from its expose. A judge has thrown out the suit for trademark and copyright infringement, but is giving the magazine a chance to try again. Joining me is intellectual property litigator Terrence Ross. Ah, partner, Captain Yoo Jin Rosenman Cherry. Maybe you can clear something up. First Hollywood weekly magazine claims that if coined the moniker Tiger King, but Joe exotic, starting a series called Joe Exotic Tiger King and sold products that were branded Tiger King. That's absolutely true June and the number of products hold with of that moniker or fairly large. This was not a random event or handful products, and that was yet another fact that called into question the asserted rights by Hollywood weekly magazine. Does it make a difference that Hollywood weekly is claiming common law trademark because they didn't file a trademark application for the Tiger King until after the serious became popular. I think on the margins, it might have made a difference if this were closer to any. But as a matter of pure law, it does not. There are common law trademark, including the famous trademarks that most consumers were no. That have never been registered with the United States Trademark Office and are entitled to protection under the Lanham Act. Is it surprising that Joe Exotic didn't try to trademark Named Tiger King. It isn't it isn't It is slightly cumbersome process and someone expensive for someone of limited means. It is hard process to navigate without an attorney, But you have to have an attorney doing the filing, which runs up the cost. And so there is this tendency amongst people. You have limited means or businesses that do not want to spend a lot of legal fees to practice their trademark at common law instead of registering it under the federal system. Did. The judge's decision revolve around the First Amendment. Netflix is First Amendment claims. If it did so, there has been established for many years now what is known as the Rogers past with respect to the use of trademarks and artistic work. It is so named because it comes out of the case in the second Circuit, which is the New York area called Rogers vs Gore, Molly and involved. Famous iconic Hollywood movie star and dancer Ginger Rogers. There was a Frederico Fellini movie involving two Italian who believe themselves to be as good of dancers have Ginger Rogers in front of stare stand. You emulated their dance routines and the name of the movie was Ginger and Fred and Ginger Rogers brought a lawsuit claiming that that was unauthorized use of her name. And the second Circuit said Well, in light of the First Amendment rights to freedom of speech, we're going Tol allow an exception to the trademark law. Yeah, There is some artistic relevant to the use of the trademark in the movie, and if the use of the trademark does not mislead people, and in that case, clearly the use of Ginger Rogers name was relevant to the plotline, which involved two Italian. The answer's quite. They worked for practice purposes, Gingered put Departmental lot spent with not purposely misleading. And so the second Circuit created this exception their trademark laws. It fundamentally reflects the tension between First Amendment freedom of speech and that we're trademark laws, which in effect, say you can't use certain words there have to be with respect, artistic work even reality television shows. A certain amount of given the joint toe allow the use of trademark in these artistic work, so it's not too chill freedom of speech. So explain the judges analysis as to why Netflix First Amendment claims under the Rogers test. Were successful. The key trademark at issue was the Tiger King. And this was a reality television show that followed the lives of Joe exotic in the people around him, including possibly a murder and was a very popular show. Well, it ran And the court said Look, the use of the phrase Tiger King clearly is relevant to the show because it is about Joe Exotic Look Tiger King, and therefore it needs the first part of the Rogers test. With respect to the second part, they used the term tire King in no way mislead viewers. Into watching the show under some sort of false pretenses because the show is about Joey's out of the tiger kick, and therefore it past the second part of the Roger's death and qualified under the special exemption to the trademark law..

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Yeah but the top three for that year pretty much in worldwide box office were number one was mutiny on the bounty with clark gable and charles lawton Which is an amazing film. Won best picture that year as the oscars number two was top hat the fred astaire ginger rogers musical which is one of their best ones and then number three was china. Sees starring clark gable. And jean harlow. That was an adventure sort of action film. I've never seen it When you look up reviews of it online It tends to you know. Be kind of scored one of those six point nine kinda ratings versus mutiny on the bounty or top hat which are like the eight or something you know. They're much more. I think they're much more. Well remembered the china seas. But i think it's very notable that clark gable is in both the first and the third highest grossing of the year He was a major star at the time and I think he had a certain effect actually on the thirty nine steps. I'll talk about in a little bit One other thing of note. I should mention The thirty nine steps was the highest british film ever in canada so mike my country. We were very excited about the thirty nine steps in nineteen thirty five and that is largely because the author of the story john buchanan. Who wrote the book was our new governor general at the time. Oh who knew. Yeah i thought you different possible that one right. That was something when by research. I was like what and for those who don't have governor general's which is at least the usa in the uk. What what is that in terms of bureaucracy. Where does that sit that like prime minister. So basically the governor general title Makes you the federal vice regal representative of the canadian art. Basically they preside over the federal executive council. So there you have it. That is far more boring than i hoped for. Yeah it's really not the most exciting when you actually read about it because it's one of those titles that i've seen a couple of the former governor general's give toxic schools when i was kid like they would do speaking tours but it was always those titles that you kinda like like what what that and i mean Former guests the show tyler. Ordinary embarrassed to hear me saying this that i'm not that familiar with what they do. Because he's much more up on this sort of thing but Yeah there you have it. See i genuinely thought you would say. It was popular in canada because the main character is canadian. I know right. That's what you would assume Yeah but actually you can find posters for this movie where they trumpet the fact that the governor general was associated with the film..

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

CNAA Overtime

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

"Talk a little bit about being a female in a male dominated industry. How how is that for you. Just being a part of that. And what are the challenges that you you've had to overcome because of it. Sure it's i'll say it's very hard and it's very lonely or athletic director for twenty five years and it took me up until about two years ago to really find my voice and can have the courage <hes> to network and find other female athletic directors. Oftentimes i find myself as the only woman in the room and that can be daunting <hes>. i- ideal as a female asset director idealist. So many preconceived notion about who. I am <hes>. I don't fit the narrative of what a high school athletic director looks like. But people struggle with that <hes>. People look at me. And i'm too masculine and feminine all the same time <hes>. I to compare what i do <hes>. With as long as opposed to my mail athletic director's <hes> peers. You know talk about <hes>. Ginger rogers and her strict and started airs a great dancing duo and ginger. Rogers did everything fred. Astaire did but backwards and in heels. And i feel like that's what i'm doing every day. I'm doing my job. Black hills concurred my male counterparts. So <hes> you know it got to the point that okay you know i. I don't want to do this anymore. <hes> i don. I be manse claimed by mail officials. Anymore <hes> you know. I don't wanna go to vendor fair at an athletic director's conference and we <hes>. Vendors look at my husband start or sale coach talking to my husband because they automatically assume that i'm not the director <hes>. And it came. I said okay. There's time to do something about this. And so i created the global community of women high school sports and that has led to. Just i'd amazing energy and amazing network. I find myself amongst woman now. <hes> you know. We're all we all in the same boat. So this is an amazing time. These last couple of years creating and expanding the global community woman high school sports.

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High School Sports: Being A Female In A Male-Dominated Industry.

CNAA Overtime

02:17 min | 2 years ago

High School Sports: Being A Female In A Male-Dominated Industry.

"Talk a little bit about being a female in a male dominated industry. How how is that for you. Just being a part of that. And what are the challenges that you you've had to overcome because of it. Sure it's i'll say it's very hard and it's very lonely or athletic director for twenty five years and it took me up until about two years ago to really find my voice and can have the courage to network and find other female athletic directors. Oftentimes i find myself as the only woman in the room and that can be daunting i- ideal as a female asset director idealist. So many preconceived notion about who. I am I don't fit the narrative of what a high school athletic director looks like. But people struggle with that People look at me. And i'm too masculine and feminine all the same time I to compare what i do With as long as opposed to my mail athletic director's peers. You know talk about Ginger rogers and her strict and started airs a great dancing duo and ginger. Rogers did everything fred. Astaire did but backwards and in heels. And i feel like that's what i'm doing every day. I'm doing my job. Black hills concurred my male counterparts. So you know it got to the point that okay you know i. I don't want to do this anymore. i don. I be manse claimed by mail officials. Anymore you know. I don't wanna go to vendor fair at an athletic director's conference and we Vendors look at my husband start or sale coach talking to my husband because they automatically assume that i'm not the director And it came. I said okay. There's time to do something about this. And so i created the global community of women high school sports and that has led to. Just i'd amazing energy and amazing network. I find myself amongst woman now. you know. We're all we all in the same boat. So this is an amazing time. These last couple of years creating and expanding the global community woman high school sports.

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

CNAA Overtime

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

"How did you get into education. I grew up At with a dad who was an educator he was teacher a coach a nasa ex-director a principal and a president at catholic schools His whole life. So i saw that firsthand and saw the difference that made in a young people's life and new that that was something that appealed to me and what i wanted to do. I was athletic from a young age. I've always played sports Being the firstborn. I've kind of always been that leader. and and So i wanted to get into high school sports i also Got a degree in theology So i'm probably one of very few other directors who has their degree in geology as opposed to p. e. r. athletic administration so my goal was to Make a difference in a young person's life and The past that led that to me was in high school athletic director. Now once you got your degree. What was the next step. What was your first job in education. Yep so was hired at ursuline. I was twenty when i interviewed for the job. It was part time of theology position and sister which me up and down and said jen look healthy. Why don't you teach health to not being a full time teacher. So i thought how in theology also coached the basketball team and then i was coaching sir. And as you think coach at the college i had attended. Wow that was my foot in the door better. That's that's a that's a great story. Now what are you. What do you consider to be the most important part of your role at wrestling academy being a role model for the young woman. Absolutely one hundred percent being model and and that means Showing confidence and compassion and empathy sympathy and showing them A how to be humble and telling them and showing them but i'm not perfect I strive for excellence every day. But i make mistakes And knowing and schilling that to the young ladies that it's okay to make mistakes That you know perfect not even exist that the young ladies often focus on that too much and so i want to be able to say look. I'm strong on confident. And guess what. I make mistakes sometimes and how you work for them So being that role model In every facet is what i feel is most important now covid. Nineteen has been a huge challenge for schools and athletics. What lessons have you learned from having to deal with the pandemic things that i thought were important before are an important now I have learned how to be flexible. I have learned to go with the flow. A lot more I'm certainly a type a personality. And i've learned to be a little more tight beach. That's that's what we've heard a lot from talking. With leading directors the ability to change on the fly has been so big for a lot of people. So how has the year gone so far for you. It in missouri. We started off as planned in august with our fall. Sports and missouri's assault. Sports season is the busiest season for girls and Initially out of our sport. We had on that weren't able to start. They could practice but they weren't able to play games And so about midseason are so Are are all of our sports. Then were all playing games We had limited spectators But for the first time in school. History i yeah. It's gotta be school history. We had success. We are golf. Team took Fifth and state and our tennis team took fourth and state. And we've never had a fall that Successful probably ever So if we're good. Coz brought broadest great success does passau. Congratulations on the achievement. That's great you thank you now. What is your department accomplish. Thus far that you're most proud of achieving say our focus on Striving for excellence and p. Being woman of character you know winnings important. Don't get me wrong. We wanna we wanna win every time we go out. We want to compete. Every time i go out there But we also realized that there is more to high school sports than just winning and a lot of that focuses on characters character building ninety seven percent of high school athletes. Never play after high. School never played team sport after high school so we often ask ourselves. What are we doing to prepare these young woman for life after sports and we can prepare them for life after scored through high school sports in through our conversations and through our practices and through our team building activities that we do as a athletic program. Now let's talk a little bit about being a female in a male dominated industry. How how is that for you. Just being a part of that. And what are the challenges that you you've had to overcome because of it. Sure it's i'll say it's very hard and it's very lonely or athletic director for twenty five years and it took me up until about two years ago to really find my voice and can have the courage to network and find other female athletic directors. Oftentimes i find myself as the only woman in the room and that can be daunting i- ideal as a female asset director idealist. So many preconceived notion about who. I am I don't fit the narrative of what a high school athletic director looks like. But people struggle with that People look at me. And i'm too masculine and feminine all the same time I to compare what i do With as long as opposed to my mail athletic director's peers. You know talk about Ginger rogers and her strict and started airs a great dancing duo and ginger. Rogers did everything fred. Astaire did but backwards and in heels. And i feel like that's what i'm doing every day. I'm doing my.

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on KGO 810

"The two leads didn't win Oscars, so I just happened to do a little Google search for the movies of 1940 holy Cow. Do you know? First of all, Tam? It was there. I don't see a winner for best movie. Did they? Did they? Do you know who won the best movie in 1940? Yeah, Rebecca one. Rebecca won two Oscars at one for movie and a one for cinematography. But I think it was like nominated for 11, 10 or 11. But you know what? Other movies listed 1940? Yeah. Was Rebecca? Yeah, because it was the year after gone with the wind, which also won the year before we had gone with the wind was that year 1940. Well, it was released in 1939. Okay, but I consider gone with the wind is the best picture winner of 1939 and Rebecca. Best picture winner of Nice. Oh, okay. So you know what? Maybe because I'm looking at 1940. Maybe I should be looking at for the Oscars. I should be looking in 1941. Well, try that. And see what happens. I bet you'll see Rebecca listed under that. Okay, because I'm looking at the movies in 1940. Holy cow gone with the wind Weathering heights. Mr. Smith goes to Washington. Goodbye, Mr Chips Stage Coach. Yeah. Has Bo jest? Yeah, that was considered like Hollywood's pinnacle there like a least 12 like, you know, and enduring classics that were made that year, But you want to look at the following year. I can't remember what it was up. 1940 maybe citizen? No, not Citizen. Kane was the following year. I can't remember what it was up against. But I know I don't And I think the best actress winner that year in 1940. And why Joan Fontaine didn't when Ginger Rogers appeared in this feminist film called Oh, yeah. What was the name of Kitty Foyle? And because she was sort of coming into this dramatic role from being and all these Fred Astaire you know Ginger Rogers musicals and she really stretched herself. That really made an impression with the academy and they gave her the best actress Oscar that year. Joan Fontaine probably should have won. She was nominated. Good, But so is Catherine had turned for the Philadelphia story Katharine Hepburn to could have easily wanted, but because Davis for the letter the letter Yeah, she was great in that This is what the Oscars do what they used to do this a lot if they attended to overlook somebody who was deserving that year next year. They were. The same person was nominated for a lesser movie and the lesser performance and they gave they gave the award film unless a performance and they did that for Joan Fontaine. I think she won for suspicion. The Alfred Hitchcock movie suspicion the following year. He was good in that movie, but you know he was. He was like Rebecca was her like signature roll. It was like a role she was born to play. I mean, she was brilliant in that. I'm looking at the best actor nominations in 41. Lawrence Olivia was nominated Raymond Massey for Abe Lincoln in Illinois. Henry Fonda for Grapes of Wrath. Charlie.

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ginger Rogers was the so once again. Mark has a perfect record in this and now Ah! I have one more, I think. Okay, Yeah, One more go, and I could see the text line roasting me already In the old days before MP three's CDs. There were LPs albums right? They rotate at a certain Revolution per minute, right there also 40 fives that were singles, right? And there was a third thing. It was 33 45 1 other what was the revolution? And they call them this that you had to put in to spin the record vinyl at a certain rate to get the music out. Okay, so it was 33 45 1 other I say Albert will not know it. What do you think? You know, given his love of K pop, I think he is an appreciation of the format in which the music is delivered. So I'm going to say he knows exactly Thiss rotation. Permanent bread is bread has gone with you twice. Albert on this. You let him down the first time. There was 33 45 what? Albert demanded a break right again. Oh, my God, She was 78..

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on Conversations On Cub Creek

Conversations On Cub Creek

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on Conversations On Cub Creek

"Musical girl crazy by ginger rogers. Here's Enrico Bony on piano in Ron Della vague on bass playing. embraceable. Two..

"ginger rogers" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Brian Opens in the U. S. The second film from the British comedy troupe was controversial at the time but became a box office hit and is now considered a comedy classic. August. 19th 1969. Perhaps best known is Chandler on TV's friends. Matthew Perry is born in Williamstown, Massachusetts. He's also a producer and writer having contributed behind the scenes on many of his later projects. August 20th 2013 1 direction. This is US A three d feature featuring the English and Irish boy band premieres in London. It became the fourth highest grossing concert film ever released, but by 2016, the band took a hiatus to pursue solo projects. August 22nd 1986 Coming of age classic stand by Me and his wide release, directed by Rob Reiner. And based on a short story by Stephen King. The film helped make stars of River Phoenix will weaken Jerry O'Connell, Corey Feldman and keeper Sutherland. August. 23rd 1912, actor, singer and director Gene Kelly is born in Pittsburgh. Best known for his cinematic song and dance collaborations with Ginger Rogers. Kelly appeared in over 40 films and directed or co directed nearly a dozen on that's the weak in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. I Heart radio goes one on one with mono from you to explaining how the band's attitude has changed as their career is progressed on our second, um Which not many people have heard. It's called locked over with a song called Rejoice in it when I Can't change the world, but I can change the world in me. That's what we were thinking about back Then. Now, I would say it's more like maybe we can change the world. But I can't change the world in me. How deep is that? Keep listening Toe I hard radio for more of you two and all your favorite artists. Whether holding down the fort for bouncing back to school..

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on 600 WREC

"August 19th 1969. Perhaps best known is Chandler on TV's friends. Matthew Perry is born in Williamstown, Massachusetts. He's also a producer and writer having contributed behind the scenes on many of his later projects. August 20th 2013 1 direction. This is US A three d feature featuring the English and Irish boy band premieres in London. It became the fourth highest grossing concert film ever released, but by 2016, the band took a hiatus to pursue solo projects. August 22nd 1986 Coming of age classic stand by Me and his wide release, directed by Rob Reiner. And based on a short story by Stephen King. The film helped make stars of River Phoenix will weaken Jerry O'Connell, Corey Feldman and keeper Sutherland. August. 23rd 1912, actor, singer and director Gene Kelly is born in Pittsburgh. Best known for his cinematic song and dance collaborations with Ginger Rogers. Kelly appeared in over 40 films and directed or co directed nearly a dozen on that's the weak in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio I Heart Radio Goes one on one with Florida Georgia line. Talk about how you know when you're doing it, right? You know, we said years ago we're down to key West. I remember we were talking. We had an off day. We're doing some riders around stuff, Way said, you know, hopefully one day we won't be able to walk around. You know, pretty much anywhere and that that means you're doing something right? So Thank God for blessing us in our fans, man. It can't talk enough about him. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Florida Georgia line and all your favorite artists. I heart radio. Did you know.

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on WTVN

"The British comedy troupe was controversial at the time but became a box office hit and is now considered a comedy classic. August 19th 1969. Perhaps best known is Chandler on TV's friends. Matthew Perry is born in Williamstown, Massachusetts. He's also a producer and writer having contributed behind the scenes on many of his later projects. August 20th 2013 1 direction This is US A three d feature featuring the English and Irish boy band premieres in London. It became the fourth highest grossing concert film ever released, but by 2016 the band took a hiatus to pursue solo projects. August 22nd 1986 Coming of age classic Stand by Me and his wide release, directed by Rob Reiner. And based on a short story by Stephen King. The film helped make stars of River Phoenix will weaken Jerry O'Connell, Corey Feldman and keeper Sutherland. August 23rd 1912. Actor singer and director Gene Kelly is born in Pittsburgh. Best known for his cinematic song and dance collaborations with Ginger Rogers. Kelly appeared in over 40 films and directed or co directed nearly a dozen on that's the weak in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. Breaking News. Interesting talk news Radio, 6 10 W TVN hits The Mark Blazer Show. Just Stay Man ofthis week. So the hashtag wrong trump twinning trending on Twitter. President's brother is you? I'm sure you've heard over the weekend, Robert Trump died and people were tweeting the hashtag wrong trump in the most classless thing. I think I'm seen as a society at this point and in double.

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Perhaps best known is Chandler on TV's friends. Matthew Perry is born in Williamstown, Massachusetts. He's also a producer and writer having contributed behind the scenes on many of his later projects. August 20th 2013 1 direction This is US A three d feature featuring the English and Irish boy band premieres in London. It became the fourth highest grossing concert film ever released, but by 2016 the band took a hiatus to pursue solo projects. August 22nd 1986 Coming of age classic Stand by Me and his wide release, directed by Rob Reiner. And based on a short story by Stephen King. The film helped make stars of River Phoenix will weaken Jerry O'Connell, Corey Feldman and keeper Sutherland. August 23rd 1912. Actor singer and director Gene Kelly is born in Pittsburgh. Best known for his cinematic song and dance collaborations with Ginger Rogers. Kelly appeared in over 40 films and directed or co directed nearly a dozen on That's the weak in Hollywood history on my Heart radio. Building a better Sacramento News, 93.1 KFBK. So Why is Election Day on a Tuesday in November? Well. Congress passes in 18 45. They designated the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November. So that means it's basically.

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"ginger rogers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ginger rogers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Frank recorded back in nineteen sixty one here's a fine romance of fun and Roman with no kiss five in a row my friend this we should be like yes the and roll you ness of and you this is a fine news we and this we should this we listen.

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