19 Burst results for "Gunsmoke"

When Do We Turn a Corner on This Pandemic?

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

01:17 min | Last month

When Do We Turn a Corner on This Pandemic?

"I'm trying to figure out is okay. A pandemic swept in out of china got loose out of some. I don't know lab so this virus that comes from bats is unleashed on the world and it it starts rolling across the entire planet earth and people begin to that because of it there's a rallying everyone gets together. So they they. They said where my asks states. Six feet from each other spread out. Don't get into large crowds. Went through that era that part of it. They finally get a vaccine for that. They know works. Take this and you won't get it and so that came but everybody's still wearing a mask steal scattered out. I'm thinking when do we turn the corner on this thing and say you know what we got back saying. You can take now and you want that. So when do we say valley turned the corner. The reason is because every time there's every time you turn a corner they put another corner. That's what you're missing.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"He'll get out of dodge Dodd city of gunsmoke fame dodge city is in southwest Kansas. They do still celebrate the old gunsmoke vibe. There is a gun fighters wax museum there in coincident with the Kansas teachers hall of fame, it's an awkward pairing. But you know, they both pay rent. These days dodge city's industrial base is meat packing. And that meatpacking industry has attracted a lot of Hispanic workers. And their families dodge City Kansas has now a majority minority town, it's majority Hispanic, and the reason we ended up spending some time there before the midterm elections. This past year is because Republican elected officials in red state Kansas made some striking decisions when it came to voting in dodge city, which is the largest majority minority community in that entire state. When Laura Kelly the democrat was running for governor in Kansas this past November the Republican candidate. She was up against was named Chris co back. He's known nationally as someone of a national profile in part because he was the head of President Trump's sort of bogus and now disbanded voter fraud commission. Crisco Bach has also made somewhat of a national name for himself in recent years. Trying to sell other states besides Kansas on policies that are designed to make it as hard as possible for likely democratic voters to cast their vote and get it counted. But while he was running for Kansas governor this past November. He was simultaneously serving as the secretary of state in Kansas as the top elections official in that state and under his leadership. It was decided that dodge city, the largest majority minority town in the whole state. It was decided that they would be relieved of their one voting place there. One polling location. There's like thirteen thousand ish registered voters dodge city. They were already in pretty bad shape. In terms of access to the polls before this past election for those thirteen thousand voters there was precisely one voting place in all of dodge city before this last election, but then for the midterms for the November elections in which Chris Kovac was going to be a top of the ballot is the Republican candidate for governor for the midterms. Republican officials in Kansas decided that that one polling place in dodge city was one polling place too many. And so that polling place would be shut they said it was because construction was going to make that one polling place in dodge city inaccessible, so they closed that one voting place for the whole town and instead opened up another one way outside the city limits..

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news AM one thousand FM ninety seven seven thanks for tuning into Sunday morning. I Mark Christopher. Justice. More are reminiscent and sharing stories of the labor Reynolds you passed away this week at the age of eighty two the actor suffering a heart attack. He had heart problems for a while saying was very frail in recent weeks and had been in and out of the hospital. Burt had open surgery in twenty Chen and also in two thousand nine he went to rehab to regain control of his life. He become addicted to painkillers after having back surgery. Burt was obviously a huge movie star in the seventies. But he was first known for his nineteen sixties TV roles in gunsmoke hawk and Dan August. In fact, he was fired from gun smoke on the same data. Clint Eastwood was fired from raw hide break movie role deliverance and that led to a series of box office hits including the longest yard semi tough. Hooper the canon ball run the best little whorehouse in Texas and all these and the bandit movies. He was in a lot of flops though in the late eighties. But he bounced back with a ninety sitcom evening shade, which got him two EMMY nominations and a win and as. Career rebounded with boogie nights. In one thousand nine hundred seven which got him his first and only Oscar nomination for best supporting actor, but lost only to Robin Williams for good will hunting. He did win the Golden Globe back in the seventies. Did you know that Burt Reynolds turned down a chance to become JAMES BOND? He said, quote, an American guy cannot play JAMES BOND. It cannot be done. Bruce, Eddie, always chose the parts and movies. That would be the most fun. Not the ones that would be the most challenging and all discussions about the women in his life. He was married to Judy Kearns who was a star on Rhona Martin's laughing and then Lonnie Anderson for Sally field. We have to mention Burt Reynolds always said, she's the one that got away..

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Reynolds was the man now he's the man that we're going to miss died yesterday at Florida hospital age of eighty two cardiopulmonary arrest. Began on gunsmoke as Quint. You may have seen him in a twilight zone Perry. Mason a route sixty six year old enough to go back that far the first full time acting gig was as Quint the blacksmith on gunsmoke follow that up a one year stand on ABC as Lieutenant Dan August in Los Angeles, deliverance semi tough longest yard Hooper, cannonball, run the list goes on and on. And of course, smokey and the bandit and boogie nights turned down the role of Han solo and Star Wars turned down the role that Jack Nicholson one and Academy Award for in terms of endearment and turned down the role of John in diehard. Couple of quick quotes from Burt Reynolds. When Burt Reynolds was doing gunsmoke. Eastwood was doing a show called froth hide. It was filmed on the same set same studios they were both fired on the same day. And they knew one another because when you go to work on the run across both fired on the same day. Burtless told that he couldn't act that was told that his neck was too skinny any in the parking lot. The two crossed paths and Bert said Clint. I don't know what you're going to do. But I'm going to take acting lessons. And in his memoir, which was but enough about me Burt Reynolds memoir, which came out in November twenty fifteen very last paragraph. Very last line's always wanted to experience everything and go down swinging so far so good. I know old, but I feel young. And there's one thing they can never take away. Nobody had more fun than I did. And when you look back at the life and legacy of Burt Reynolds hard to believe that anybody possibly could rest in peace bandit more.

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Actor Burt Reynolds, star of 'The Longest Yard' and 'Boogie Nights,' has died at the age of 82

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Actor Burt Reynolds, star of 'The Longest Yard' and 'Boogie Nights,' has died at the age of 82

"Matt thanks for joining me talking about the life of an icon in Hollywood actor Burt Reynolds died yesterday at the age of eighty two apparently it was a heart attack heart attack, cardiac arrest said Jupiter. Center down in Florida. And you know, I it was a sad day yesterday. But I gotta tell you what I got home. I said, whatever let's pop in cannonball run and have a laugh, and I just almost two hours straight. I laughed like I was thirteen years old again because that's the thing with Burt Reynolds for people like me of a certain age when we were kids, and we were watching cannonball, run smoking. Yeah. On on HBO at all hours and everything we wanted to be the bandit. We wanted to transam. We wanted to turn on the charm the whip that left wait a slap Dom deluise around whatever the man had presence. He was the definition of the movie star, and we're going to miss them. Absolutely. It's so funny. You say that my husband called me yesterday. And I said, hey, how are you? When he goes not so good. And I go why what's wrong, and he goes the bandits gone. And I said only God are you serious? And to the point. I see what you're talking about that we have on our Christmas tree transient. We have the car. My husband's from Georgia. We've actually stopped on roadways where he knows smokey and the bandit was filmed and taken a picture of Scott standing some random corner. But that's how important a lot of Burt Reynolds movies were to a lifetime of people. Right. And it's not just the passing of an individual. It's it's the passing of a certain era in film. I mean, how Needham films like smoke in the bandit, cannonball run that sort of thing again, th they they help to find a very very specific era of pop culture there. But when you go back and you look at birds body of work. I mean, even from his early stuff and gunsmoke, and then, of course, deliverance, I mean, he was an absolute bad ass in deliverance. Okay. And he could go from the dramatic to the comedy in a blink of an eye. And you know, what he was his own. Worst critic if you read his book from a couple years ago, it's called but enough about me. It's a really great memoir. He said that he didn't open himself to new writers or risky parts. I wasn't interested in challenging myself as an actor. I was. Interested in having a good time. And he certainly did. I mean, but years later, he said that you know, that probably didn't serve him. Well, and then when he makes a movie like boogie nights, and he gets nominated for for kademi award. He gets the Golden Globe. Or do you know that after he saw initially he fired his agent because he thought he was terrible in it. Meeting. You imagine that. I mean, that's the kind of the guy that he wasn't. He was his own worst critic. And then in later years, you know, in the nineties down in Jupiter. He opens the Burt Reynolds theater, he starts teaching masterclasses and acting and a friend of mine by name, Tracy Johnson. She's an upcoming actress she had a really great post on Instagram, and I just want to read this really quick a very sad day. The world has lost the best the best actor the best teacher, the best mentor, the best friend and the best human being. That's how we want to remember Burt

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And you can meet Dave Logan and me Rick Lewis in the booth and people are real excited when they get a chance to do that the big price. That's a great price. We go back to the phones. Bruce. Hi. Doing good. How are you? Bruce doing good, man. I just wanted to let you know what he was in rawhide. Also, not gunsmoke rawhide. Okay. Yeah. And then my favorite movies, were smoking and abandoned and stroke rate. I don't think I saw stroke even heard of that movie. Yeah. It was it was like a NASCAR driver. You know? I forgot. In that movie with Jim Nabors was in that movie with. Yeah. You know what I read today? The that Burt Reynolds said that. All he wanted to do when he made movies was have fun. Have a good time. And he said looking back on it might have been a mistake. He said that he should have taken on more dramatic roles. He turned down big movies. He turned down diehard. Why they gave it to Bruce Willis? Yeah. He he just said he just wanted to have fun, and when it came to serious acting roles he would turn them down. But didn't Burt Reynolds still make a lot of money in his lifetime. He did. Yeah. He was the biggest box office star in Hollywood four or five years in a row. So yeah, he was big time. Thanks, bruce. Yeah. No problem. Yeah. If you're from probably my generation and and Birch generation. You know, this pretty impacting the Burt Reynolds died. Yeah. I I was a kid young Rick Lewis when Burt Reynolds was a big star. But like, my mom. Burt Reynolds was the man he was he was a spic sex symbol. Well, it's interesting watching him in the those deliverance videos of that movie because he was I never saw Burt Reynolds like that. Right. The first time I saw him was in smoking the bandit. I would say that he was a sex symbol and smokey and the bandit for me. Young. But yeah. And that was like probably six seven years past deliverance era, any at a mustache by then. And he was it was more humorous than it was supposed to be like. He said deliverance. He realized that he said deliverance who made him realize he could do drama and could act a little bit. They said also showed everyone in Hollywood. Did he get act? But then he goes on to do smoking in the band and all those kind of dumb movies comment comedic. You know? And he said he disliked to have fun. I get that. I mean, why not why not have fun through your career pretty easy money, basically, playing himself joking around all those movies and joking around a let's check in with Aaron O'neil with traffic.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tv series length fred arms and can suck the humor out of anything oh man do i disagree do i disagree completely i think portland he is very funny and fred armistice rules read armistice hilarious canadian bills a canadian bacon is only available in the us in candidates called back bacon that's right it's called back bacon yeah back bake i know that great white north looping three hundred area code says i think that gunsmoke ran longer oh that's right gunsmoke did run longer than than bonanza talking about longrunning tv series gunsmoke was yeah eight four seven area code says spangler pulp fiction in fargo we'll spangles nobody likes spangler everybody loves pulp fiction fargo though baragan says can't get interested in the office i dunno british or american probably both two to three one area code says i don't get harry potter or friends with you on friends but not harry potter just like other side of the friends and harry potter yeah i love harry potter i love the movies i love the books i love everything about harry potter eight four seven area code says miranda lambert okay four zero six area code says the fifty shades series oh god i can't believe we're i cannot believe we're closing with this esmerelda be she'd be be prepared to clean up your brains because your head's going to explode you ready for this eight one five area code.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"And bootleggers of which he was maybe one and for many decades sumner had you know a middle class upper middle class life in boston suburbs running regional big deal in the boston right no one ever heard of this person outside of that but he was really smart guy photographic memory really got into stock investing in the late seventies lawyer yes and with a really great understanding of antitrust law which helped him throughout but he the way that he really got viacom was he started investing in stocks in studios docs fox was like a standalone company the the studio and columbia these are almost standalone companies before they were gobbled up by these conglomerates made a killing because in the theater business he got to see the movies before everybody else so he would cease st star wars famous story goes and go across the street and you know by a bunch of flux shares hard to imagine today but that's really what he did he spent all day on the phone with his stockbroker obsessively he's obsessed with stock obsessed comically so yes i mean it was sort of undid him at the end but the reason he was obsessed because he was rewarded insanely for it from the late seventies through the early eighties and he had enough of a war chest he'd about like four hundred million dollars and that was enough actual equity that at the height of the elbow crisis he could look at viacom this sort of leverage buyout crisis exactly exactly and he could look at viacom which was sort of an undervalued asset he saw all the eyeballs from movie theaters going to cable and thought i would rather be exposed chiefly the point the mtv company yes it had actually just bought mtv like a couple years before but it basically had like syndicated tv shows like gunsmoke there were all in the cbs library it had very very young mtv networks of mtv nickelodeon and of other bits and bobs but it wasn't one of these great media companies yet but he saw opportunity there and when the management of of viacom was trying to do their own leveraged buyout of take it over he decided to fight them he thought they were paying too low of a price we buy viacom what you're and that was nineteen eightyseven so really great timing cable boom is cresting mtv is a big deal but is gonna get bigger lands and then and then and then goes on this crazy run before we go to brady's pick your brain here how much i think you'd be flicking a couple different types how much of his success do you attribute to his savvy in terms of financial manipulation manipulations wrong word mechanics versus sort of managing and strategic rising about where the company is going i think he interested big picture concepts like the theater business is being distracted by cable he understood that in his bones early and he was sort of unemotional about that business that made me a lot of money maybe rich is away need to find a new thing right and he did that a couple times in his life so big picture his strategy was good but his success i really put down to understanding stock price and investing in the financial mechanics so that run that viacom has up through really the late nineties right basically right up to the dot com bubble you don't attribute that success to anything he did as a manager or strategic moves he made within vaca well he did make a ron at at paramount and he did get a lot bigger so that was strategic and helpful but that that amazing run that was just pay television expanding that was a secular expansion of more houses signing up for pay television so if you own cable networks your boat was gonna rise right now sorta hard to remember now because these things are on the wane but there was a period where there were these really marginal cable networks like usa or whatever you just came with your cable package and no one thought they were valuable at all and then over time they became incredibly valuable because it got package leaves bundles now they're very threatened oddly almost come full circle while we think about that for a minute let's hear a message from a sponsor they said the recold today's show is brought to you by simply safe in two thousand seventeen the.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Longer than gunsmoke hey kids explained who gunsmoke was later good morning check how are you good morning gun smoke i think that's what's called where the russia probe is headed smoke and i think i think i think they're finding the gun i the level of i don't wanna say stupidity but it kind of goes there is remarkable to me blocked numbers are recoverable by the phone company so yesterday when junior says i i i don't know if i called anybody in particular but i certainly didn't call my dad always takes is a subpoena yeah no i yes i think that he got legal advice that said whatever they're asking you make it sure it's in some form of i don't recall i'm not sure because at the end of the day you can't get conducted for having a bad memory and so that's that's always decent legal advice it just it's look i'll tell you what the trump tower meeting i don't think any version of events that we have heard publicly or even remotely close to what actually happened and i think that ultimately if you believe if what is in the public domain about that meeting is true then everything else is doesn't fit doesn't get the time line that did anything else for you to believe the donald trump junior version of events that meeting then you would have to say that not none of the other stuff then can be linked to the trump campaign right so it it it is important to understand i think what the motivation would be for the version of events that that donald from junior and others in that meeting or painting but if the story doesn't make sense because of everything else that we know that happened before and after that the amazing thing is a singer about this driving yesterday in my back to my mobile home and he st louis if if if you actually stop down in think about all the things that have been discussed in daily basis since the.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The actor max gillin is matt dillon was the the sheriff in gunsmoke you've played by james aren't s started in nineteen fifty five and went to the tonight nine hundred seventy five so twenty one seasons of gunsmoke and there are six hundred and i think there six hundred thirty four episodes of that so a lot of stuff here and so for those who've you who do you even remember a peter are ness the actor nobody remembers his name but i don't know yeah i wouldn't be able to he was in lineup he was in movies like lindsey now leslie nielsen airplane movie he was but he was the he was the host and the leader of mission impossible on television and his brother his he and matt dillon matt dillon used his name james s and peter graves sorry i use the wrong name of the wrong guy james aren't s was the brother of peter graves and they use different names because they didn't want to confuse one of use mother's name the other one used the father's name and james arnett started as john wayne stunt guy and john wayne was asked to be the was asked to be mad dillon on on the television show and he said i don't wanna to do tv on g get my stunt man to do it and that's how he got started and it happened that nobody thought gunsmoke was going to make it on tv so they gave our nessin opportunity to buy into it and he ended up owning the show and became one of the wealthiest men in hollywood who knew a story about the simpsons would bring this much interest for you doug well i just think it's interesting to look at this stuff it's a cultural thing how long the simpsons and what that culturally presents and law and order and what that culturally presents and meant and gunsmoke three very different types of programs and they all lasted for a long long time because they knew how to keep the audience interested in what was going on it's great writing it's i think it's a great story about one.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Cowboy l all right clint eastwood greg was clint eastwood ever in an episode of gunsmoke trick question no no jesse it sounds like clint eastwood kind of thing so i must say yes michael was the rawhide kid so i'll say no finally michael gets on the board you did did appear on rawhide all right charles bronson greg charles brunson idiot charles bronson like that type too so no no no no michael definitely because back in those days charles bronson michael figured it out go down to his charles bronson movie ever death wish shadows len whatever at death way chattels lynn at a chance to see it folks oh when i'm old on kabwe movies he kills the sheriff he's an indian he goes out into the wilderness where he lives his territory and a posse tries to find him and he kills them all one by one that was such a great three his land jon voight the day batch angelina jolie's dead jon voight was he ever on stage sure yeah okay jesse i'm gonna go no no michael yeah he was he was in i remember him michael's got it going now jon voight was a yes jesse he appeared in several episodes in the sixties burt reynolds greg was burt reynolds ever on gunsmoke no jesse yes michael yeah young burt reynolds i remember michael's cates now tied you all have five michael his rattled off four in a row all right in the last one.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"He appeared in to episodes including one in which is character disappeared halfway through for no reason all right number two what was he jack nicholson that gunsmoke jack nicholson and gunsmoke greg was jack nicholson ever in gunsmith i'm going to stick with no all right jesse i'm gonna go at knows well all right mike on andy griffith show but not gunsmoke all three of you correct and mike laterite he did here in two thirds of andy griffith aright kurt russell kurt russell greg was kurt russell ever in an episode of gunsmoke is he the right age he sounds like he's too young to be in gun size was back in the sixties oh i give you the years for gunsmoke tonight nineteen fifty five to nineteen seventy five okay we'll nineteenth sure as a kid so yes okay jesse i'm go no michael we'll know do bergman in the greg kurt russell appeared in one thousand nine hundred sixty four as a kid zone zone all right baby nick nolte nick nolte greg did he ever appear on gun talk yes all right jesse i'm gonna go yes michael i don't remember seeing himself say no once again michael how are you in last place in this game appeared in one thousand nine hundred seventy four episode is a deputy he gets killed gary busey greg gary busey for that no jesse i'm gonna go yes you're going yes michael no michael you son a white collar is the same perry view see appeared in the final season as a dying.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Oh it should have went and get ej manuel and alas one black quarterback heisman trophy winner put a huge numbers for houston andre wear where we should've been better there i should have done better yeah we absolutely should terrible because we we actually there okay michael i have a game in your honor this was created by mark hoffman who used to be a producer with me at channel two and he listens to the show every day and he created this in your honor michael because he knew you were coming in today this simpson's last night past gunsmoke for the most scripted shows ever six hundred thirty six gun smoke had six hundred and thirty five episodes from nineteen fifty five to one thousand nine hundred seventy five ran for twenty years they paid homage to gunsmoke on the simpsons by doing a similar opening with the characters in a circle now my question is i have a list of famous actors you guys tell me just you can play greg play did this actor ever appear on gunsmoke okay greg number one harrison ford did harrison ford ever appear seems like he should be in that kind of show so no no jesse i'ma say yes you're it's michael harrison's above my age maybe a little bit though i think he was too young for gunsmoke back this i saw know ladies and gentlemen remarkably jesse gopez is the only correct answer we'll see let fires.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on Keep It!

"All right well moving on speaking of people in bad jokes simpson's now in its seven hundred seventy four jason i didn't realize that in when this story with the story popping up that they've been making simpson's for thirty years just seems just insane no it's like we used to be like woo gunsmoke remember that lasted twenty years this is now like fifty percent more used to be like okay some of us think in terms of almanacs loved watching gunsmoke right right after the practice so comedian hurry kandebow five months ago mind you made a documentary the problem with apu and he talked about how the indian character on the simpsons was you know had a bad stereotypical accent as voiced by hankins area and that the often resorted to dumb cereal types when using him in the show thought that was over the simpsons like never dressed it and tell this week they had marred simpson and lisa address it while marge read lisa a problematic in dated children's book to go it's hard to say something that started decades ago and was applauded in offensive is now politically incorrect what can you do somethin' will be dealt with that a later date if at all stare at what they what you what you don't see because this is a podcast is they then cut to a picture of apu with like don't have a cow written on it bart simpson's phrase there's something particularly sheepish about putting this in the mouth of lease who's like the voice of reason i think w bell said something about this too if you'd put that in the mouth of any other character it could almost be seen as like a silly joke but coming from her it seems like a sincere take and it's not a good enough take for that the other thing is in hurry talked about this in interviews and i think in the film as well but he tried to interview hankas aria and it was this really long the moving up getting delayed because he was waiting to try to get hank in the movie and he didn't want to be in the documentary he was worried about editing and his words being misconstrued so they had agreed to go i think mark marins podcast or another sort of live show and have the discussion and then hanged dropped out so they weren't willing to address it in sort of.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Sounds really cool yeah it's a it's a really groovy game some of these are fun shooters hikari warriors really is pretty groovy i just looked up akari warriors a screen shot of it i've definitely played that at around table once or twice the game style and visual look there was a western yeah what are you talking about for warriors sir there's a game that looks like a car warriors there was a western game you think about gun smoke yes that's what it was a more familiar with gun smoke is that also in k i don't know if kidded gunsmoke or not i don't probably they made a lot of that kind of top down shooter because in addition to that guerrilla war the same kind of game it's like that pew ws a good site score double dragon type game psycho soldier notable for being one of the earliest examples of digitized speech in seoul song you've gotta digitize like recording digitized and sung back it's really really the sequels are song is actually pretty neat anyway baba abbad the main thing about this virtual console going away for now and suddenly this big switch collection of eighties arcade and conflicts by the way most of these are available in their consular kate versus which are often quite different which is pretty cool i like that a lot and i'm really excited to see what else could come save some other great stuff not library but i'm really wondering what's going to happen tim and i want to ask you about this what's coming with virtual console because we've got any s an as many now we've got virtual concert on old old we shut down which console on we you kind of deemphasized that platform is effectively dead three ds virtue konczal still there but not a huge steel compilations coming out now like this for the switch that before might have been violated.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Weather center arrest of the overnight partly cloudy and thirty eight monday showers high forty two tuesday sporadic showers develop mixing with or chain gene to snow showers high forty three and wednesday morning flurries possible then partly cloudy high of thirty six thirty seven right now at o'hare and midway 35 and mchenry 37 at the lake front nexnews at one thirty as roundly on on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn with birla by moving so will stay player lisa both in early so we've got gunsmoke we've got a whole other hour of wgn radio theater tall fall asleep on as here our three guy gun spoke so many people ask for gunsmoke so this might already had actually yup so the thomas from kentucky include a good look at mountain gala drinking oh father with a secret is unwilling to kill to get it of course it's got william conrad and lead role and let's begin gunsmoke the catanon alvarado lord added as our hijack it we're and we're not going who are going to play whatever you are old wreck some her on that on the movie is pulp fiction prize yes a sponsor by cats pro eight is sponsored by two other ratched gonna tell us that anyhow oh okay and the prize will be a set of twilight zone radio dramas so what we're going to do is ask for caller number four we're going to go to break and when we get back will play a little la crack the quotes would you do tease the movie what it is a hitler i i did i said it was pulse asia pulp fiction which is a lotta great quotes about so this could be a good or could be difficulty bike a confused could is difficult that here three won't united woods heavily do uttered we'll be right back your business stirred right ear drops in the dow it's our new reality protectionism is back in full force big corporations taking a stand on political issues now more than ever you need the intel for your financial life get it on the opening bell at 508 steve bruce managers the opening bell later this one and five point seven twenty wgn of all.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

Death, Sex and Money

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

"If you're a movie fan you know ellen burstyn she's on a lot of the greats the last picture show the exorcist requiem for a dream on tv there's been big love louis gunsmoke she even had her own sitcom in the 1980s called the ellen burstyn show you get a sense of her central place and acting history walking the hallway of her apartment were the walls are lined with framed awards certificates an honorary degrees but the glitz of this public life stops at her bedroom door and that's where we sat down to talk and wicker furniture next to a huge picture window overlooking central park i love to be among the plant world it's new york so you can sometimes year buses rumble by below but it still felt like a warm away sis 's full of crystals because they catch the lives and reflect the light the fabrics are purples acquisition whites playing with colors as one of my hobbies and lots of plants and a different corners of the room she set up different alters hab canessa and saraswati and she says so there is a sacredness to the seru of this room which is full of light some people choose room to go to sleep in other people choose rude wakeup this is a room to wake up waking up that's what a lot of ellen burstyn stories about the thing she's realised over her eighty one years and there so much good stuff here we're going to go longer than usual this episode waking up is also what my favorite ellen burstyn movie is about alice doesn't live here any more is about a mom who is suddenly single and has to figure out how to make money to supporters son so she hits the road and leaves her small town behind we in arizona yes if you ask for that one more time god when alan bersin made the movie she had just left and abuse of marriage her third than was raising a son she won an oscar for this performance by one yuan for me i had to ask ellen burstyn first about my favorite seen it's when her character alice is flirting with david this strapping divorced rancher played by chris christoffersen.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Partial matt dillon on gunsmoke and then when they decided cbs decided to make a transition a television he i now this is i've heard this from many many people that knew him that was that was like his dream job he wanted to play marshall matt dillon on television and fact it a whole bunch of makeup tests and costume tass i i actually posted pictures of him in the in the garb you know the the the hat and everything but they decided i did to go with a completely different cast for the television with teams are nasa and everybody else at you know who they originally wanted a yeah they wanted to john wayne john wayne is there something john wayne then recorded a video yes reducing dreams are right saying i've worked with this guy is perfect he's amazing so he really um championed the job for james ernest piece i don't think and digital the teams are in essence brother is peter graves yeah oh yeah yeah yeah and so that that's that's the there you go there's a little trivia for you and peter graves her missionaries of not only mission impossible after the first year he wasn't the original oh oh the very finish no there whoa was another actor really yeah and was it tom cruise no its crew crews throwthe broke his ankle yeah fail is else does six weeks i saw how something like that and it's recognition missing a positive role lives just like hey and i think it is fair mission impossible fifty seven hundred fifty shall see of get if we told you the real number two yes and not only that but we were doing on a petty show friday night she was does what's that from a hobby reenact we read this part of a script less gray hence we did stolac seventeen nice and peter graves is the the german spy within the prisoner camp while in there wow greater yeah so yeah those guys were brothers peter graves and james aren't s all right let's take a quick break then it's more on the wgn radio theater did you know that.

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"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"gunsmoke" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Television show but sometimes not like gunsmoke completely different cast on television as opposed to radio and like father knows basque the only actor that made the transition a television was robert young it will be different cast do you still tunnel light the radio shows more than the television versions yeah i do because i guess just because i'm such a lunatic for these radio shows i think that the the the theater of the mind is so powerful it's so great it's such a terrific away to be entertained that i think the television shows china limit that no limit this this year imagination so that's why like there are like the radio but it's called awassa tv shows a once in a miles while all right let's take a break for news when we come back it's the conclusion to the black museum it is one thirty in the morning and here's the news with roger banish governor rauner saying he's going to veto the the house tax bill passed in springfield though raise the personal income tax rate from the current three point seven five percent to four point nine percent senate's expected vote on the bill monday in the goes to governor measured or pass with republicans support getting seventy two votes those spending plan also passed illinois entered its third year without a budget on saturday president trump's calling servers in a bid to get a republican senate healthcare bill across the finish line his top legislative aide mark short also was floating a repeal only option of republicans can't reach agreement senate majority leader mitch mcconnell largely dismissed the suggestion on saturday six people were found dead among the wreckage of a small private plane the it took off from chicago and crashed into a rural wisconsin forced price county sheriff brian schmidt said the plane was heading to care for fishing trip would quickly dropped altitude for unknown reasons two of the dead or physical education teacher thomas tomorrow and a maintenance director charles tom let's for the yoga elementary school in bentonville wgam sports cubs beating cincinnati six to two white sox over texas six to five the teams for the allstar game have been announced leaves most of players have been announced the national league roster you will find coach relief pitcher way davis who is the only entry from the curbs the only entry from the sauna use guards theo i'm roger bearish on chicago's very own.

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