35 Burst results for "Harold"
Cabrera Hits Career Homer No. 502, Tigers Beat Athletics 8–6
"Detroit's four game slide is over after Miguel Cabrera hit a two run Homer and drove in the go ahead run with a single in the seventh inning of the Tigers eight six decision over the athletics a kill by doing Harold Castro homered and drove in two runs apiece for Detroit which has lost twelve straight at home to Oakland Matt Olson drove in three runs for the ace who ended a three game winning streak and stayed five games behind the NL west leading Astros Jed Lowrie had a pair of RBI doubles and starling Marte hit a solo Homer in the loss I'm Dave Ferrie
3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque
"Three Albuquerque Police officers were shot on another was injured while responding to a robbery. Police chief Harold Medina says one of the officers was hit in the chest above his vest and is in critical condition. One officer was shot in the arm while another was saved by his bullet proof vest. The fourth officer was injured by shrapnel or
Hall of Fame Class Has Something for Everybody
"The twelfth grade selected to the pro football hall of fame in twenty twenty were finally inducted in canton a year later to the pandemic the extra large class in honor of the NFL centennial included for safety's Steve Atwater cliff Palestine is showing twenty Polamalu to wide receivers Harold Carmichael and Isaac Bruce offense of linemen Jimbo covert and Steve Hutchinson and one running back former cult Edgerrin James so many people don't have dreads and gold teeth and be accepted in an affair but I never listen to always know what won't a great football player two Super Bowl winning coaches bill Cowher and Jimmy Johnson we're trying to long with former commissioner Paul tightly Abreu I'm Tom Merriam
Making Hot Sauce and Working to Save Wetlands
"A family in Louisiana world famous for their Tabasco sauce is helping to conserve wetlands the idea along Avery island is to protect the region from hurricanes and floods we've been making Tabasco sauce here four four hundred fifty two years Harold took Osborn is CEO of mackel Haney company Roshen fight there is in the marshlands it works well in south Louisiana we like a slow pace at which we can slow things down it has a really positive affect plant manager heath Romero says the strategy is to grow grass forms a barrier so it catches the sentiment behind it you get the other grasses that take off and as it builds up you know you reclaim March Osborne says the effort is probably a standoff but Avery island is slowly rising I'm a Donahue
"harold" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Harold was in Floyd's old third Ward neighborhood last night. Floyd sister was joined by family, friends, local politicians and some Houston police officers inside the CUNY Homes Community Center a few blocks away from George's childhood home as they honored his past and celebrated his legacy. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee let a night of story telling and poetry reading. Which led to both tears and cheers. We're gonna actually be saying way was God with here would have been alive. We will let you know that he's still live. That's our story. Today, he's still in the wrapper trade. The truth, an active supporter of the Floyd family introduced a brand new computer lab he helped fund inside the Community center, which is dedicated to George Floyd. Trey says he hopes to continue honoring Floyd by opening up 1000 computer labs and underserved Houston communities. I'm at Harrow in Houston, nearly a third of low income immigrant families with Children say someone in their family avoided public benefits because of immigration related concerns as Elizabeth trove all reports that says needs for benefits increased during the cove in 19 pandemic. Urban Institute think tank found immigrant families most often avoided snap or food benefits, Medicaid and chip health care for kids. The report attributes some of the hesitancy to receive benefits to a trump Arab policy that made it harder for low income immigrants to get green cards because of their likelihood to depend on certain public benefits. Right in and court challenges effectively ended that policy, though Texas and 13 other states are trying to bring it back, and earlier this year filed paperwork with the Supreme Court to defend it. I'm Elizabeth Trove. All in Houston. Fines for illegally dumping trash and Houston may soon increase thanks to a new measure that City Council is expected to consider. The city's fine would jump from 2 to $4000, which is the highest allowed under state law. Those who are caught may also be hit with a misdemeanor or felony charge, depending on the person's criminal history and the amount of trash involved. City Council is expected to discuss the proposal later today. Partly sunny today slight chance of showers and thunderstorms with highs in the mid.
Cink-Cess! 47-Year-Old Wins 3rd Heritage Title
"R B C Heritage title Sunday. The 47 year old finished 1900 Harbor town for in front of Emiliano Grillo and Harold Barnard, the third Things. Wind comes 17 years after his second title of Harbor Town, and he becomes the fourth player on the tour to win twice in the same season after turning 47. Or in the
Man reported missing from Near North Side Chicago
"WGN News, a 27 year old man reported missing from the near North Side neighborhood. Omar Abdel Hamid was last seen last Sunday is missing from the 1100 block of North Orleans Street that was from a missing persons alert from Chicago police. He's known to frequent the area of the Harold Washington Library, Police said. He was last seen wearing a white coat with brown fur and black pants. He's believed to not have identification might need medical attention. Area Three Detectives are investigating anyone
Emotional funeral held for officer killed in Boulder shooting
"Police officer who died in the mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store last week was memorialized. Today, The service drew thousands of law enforcement officers from around the country. Colorado Public Radio's Allison Sherry was there and has this report. Older officer, Eric Tally was remembered as an optimistic person who threw himself into everything he became interested in. He left an I T job in his forties and joined the Boulder police force because he said he wanted to do more good in the world. As an officer, he started the Police department's drone program and called his boss once an hour with updates about his day. Sergeant Adrian Dallas was his supervisor. I could easily described Eric. He was a pain in my butt. Eric has two speeds of work, Talk aholic and honey Badger officer tally was 51 had seven Children with his wife, Leah. They're between seven and 20 years old. They're devout Catholics and Boulder Police Chief Maris Harold addressed the kids directly. Your father was kind. Your father died a hero. There is no doubt because of his bravery and quick action. Dozens of innocent lives were saved. Tally was among 10 people killed in the shooting last Monday. Officer said in the memorial service that no civilian was injured or died after tally arrived at the grocery store, which means he saved
Lakers Defeat Cavs As Buyout Market Heats Up
"Got a win and it was a good win. It was just a solid win where they got it done with defense 102 eighty-six. They get the double years old friend Larry Nance Jr. For the Cavs. My goodness, 17 points ten boards five assists nice outing for him. Great to see great dude, Larry Nance Jr. But it was the Lakers who really stole the show in the second half Murphy Flores coming up big for the Lakers 13 points. Don't normally see him in double-digits five boards plus a block three of seven from Deep kuzma only four points, but eight boards and seven assists again finding ways to log in even when he's not scoring so you gotta like that they're from him but 17 points from Dennis Schroder probably the story of the game four steals seven. It says five boards for of 10 shooting out for of Sorry 7 or 12 shooting my screen skipped a bit. They're seven of twelve shooting one of two from the three-point line two of two from the free throw line for steals seven turn off, but he had the ball in his hands pretty much the entire game whenever he was on the floor. He had the ball. So I guess we'll forgive him from that. But is he going to get paid? We need to talk a little bit about that cuz I'm getting a bit nervous about the job situation. And then of course Montrezl Harrell, ho-hum. Just doing Montrezl Harrell. Thanks 24 and 10. Come on mantras ten or fifteen shooting. Imagine. If you shot better than fifty percent from 3/4 of a table. I'm sorry from the free throw line for of eight from the free throw line tonight. That's not going to get it done. But seven offensive boards 10 boards and seven of them are on the offensive end just more amazing stuff from my name is Harold gotta love that.
Still no motive in Boulder shooting, police chief says
"That she wants to know why a shooter opened fire and killed 10 people in her community Police chief Mares Harold gave an update on the investigation into the King Soopers massacre today, she admitted police don't have a motive yet. New York officer and the Eric
Gun used in Boulder shooting was bought legally
"I'm Western Ed Donahue art with an AP dating News from MINUTE the 19 BOULDER, forties. Colorado It's Police a reminder chief Maris of one Harold of the biggest says unsolved there is a lot art to crimes learn of yet all time. about the shooting The 1934 deaths of 10 people theft. at the King The Jon Soopers Benet like whose work like Grace the rest of is the community. the world's greatest We too want museums. to know why. The original is Why still that being King hunted Soopers? not only by Why police Boulder? but by motley Why crew Monday? of amateur sleuths Unfortunately, ranging from at a this former time, police we still commissioner don't have those to answers. a Children's The owner book of a author gun store like near Denver the painting says itself, he sold a with gun its to intricate the suspect detail. before The crime the shooting story after is hard passing to a background resist. check, I'm Charles, John The Mark Lord is Eagles my Major League and Baseball, owner of Eagle's says just Nest two Armory players said in and a statement. two staff Historians members. Tested
Gun used in Boulder shooting was bought legally
"Colorado, after the deadly supermarket shooting a massive investigation. Boulder chief of police Maris Harold as a Friday afternoon Friday, March 26. There have been 167 individuals. Federal state local agencies that have worked over 3000 hours on this investigation. The suspect bought a firearm that he allegedly used at a local gun store after passing a background check. New testing
Bruce Harrell, former Seattle City Council president, is running for mayor
"Center. Well, he was served briefly as mayor of Seattle. Now a former City council member, is running for the job again. Almost Charlie Harder has the story. Bruce Harrell was first elected to the council in 2007, and in his role as council president in 2017. He was named acting mayor for five days after then Mayor Ed Murray resigned. He didn't run for re election in 2019. And in his two years out of the spotlight, Harold says, a lot of people called him asking him to run for mayor. They said. It's our time they'd say It was my time to say Bruce is, they said it's our time because my candidacy Is going to be about bringing about leaders, effective leaders and letting them shine, letting their brilliance shine homelessness and helping small businesses are among his priorities. Herald joins a crowded field 13. Others have already announced campaigns
Officers injured responding to massive party at CU Boulder
"Large party. It's see you last night turned into a riot. Three police officers were hurt. Boulder police Chief Maris Harold says the people responsible We'll be caught. But believe me, we have excellent body. One camera video, the community of sending this video. There will be arrest. There's no word yet on what sparked the riot. Those officers are expected to be
Seattle's UW Medicine faces vaccine shortage, stops scheduling first dose appointments
"New Covert related deaths have been reported across Washington and now is call most Brian Calvert reports. Ah major vaccine provider is Forced to hit Pause. The city of Seattle is getting excited about its first major vaccination sided Blumenfield. Fire chief Harold Scoggins hopes it will build on the momentum of the thousands of vaccines they administered this past weekend taking those doses. Two people that's really important for us. That's not done without partnerships with University of Washington except that partner has now run dry. A shortage of doses has forced the University of Washington and the vaccine sites It works with to temporarily suspend appointments for first doses. This will not impact those with a previously scheduled second appointment. Shortage may be a sign of a larger distribution problem that state health officials already seemed to be addressing. For example, after Clark County complained it was discovered they were getting far fewer vaccines, and now their supply has tripled. What come county Also previously underserved is now getting more vaccine in coming days. Ryan
Interview With Roy Kinsey, The Rapbrarian
"Tell me if this is true. Your parents met in a way that kind of foreshadowed your future in a little bit like they didn't mean a bar that didn't mean party is actually true that they met at a library. Of course it's a. I've had my own moments with that story. But it's the absolute truth. My mother was going to interview at. What was the large libraries in sta cultural center and my father was working at a desk. Saugus he Slip some gaming but yet that's that's where they met and then my mother was working actually on the the floor where the music was where all the film were. The vinyls that was this is not harold washington library This is before perr washes number and They met their first date was purple. Rain of the movie yet differs date was to go see preparation. The movie that is not suspicious. I eight yeah yeah. My dad loved france and it was really interesting. Because when i was putting out kinsey a memoir that is very reminiscent to me in a lot of ways of the story of purple rain Imprint the first place that i was asked to come pretty much to drop. The album actually was to first avenue for sold out show. And that's where my father lives now. My father has lived in minnesota for longer than twenty years. Twenty five thirty years probably which is why. This album is a purple winds wire at the vinyl herbal. But it was the first show that i was asked to come in do at prince's club where my father would walk at c be reforming in his hometown. Right before the shutdown so was the first and last show that i got to perform before we before the pandemic times matt. What what was it like for you. It was magical. It was so so amazing. I felt like it's called me. They're a felt like prince called me. You know called me to be there not knowing that things would shut down in a couple of weeks after that. But i think that it's sustained me in a way. I really miss performing and to be sold out show. I was called by desa so Of doom tree who lives in minnesota's a artist and author our own. Right of course asked me to come an open for her. So i do the sold out show and it was just one of the most magical experiences that i've had as far The reception was so so incredible and You know the people of minnesota really made me feel like a star that day in so it was just a lot of moments that were more magical more synchronised than even you know just the forty minutes i was on stage. It was just a whole magical experience that it's sort of like everything was leading up to that moment. Have you talked to your dad about that. His show yeah. It was so funny. My dad is very mysterious guy so when he came i didn't see him. He called me till we. It was a great show. And all that but i think just the way my mind works in the art. That was moving through in the art. That i was making and where i was in that space. I can't lie that i was like. I don't even know if he came. I don't even know if he was even actually here and van but me and my dad had this really interesting connection. I mean you have that connection with your parents. You have the connection with people that brought you into the world doesn't have to be so literal or on the phone or shortly proof or whatever life. I have that tie with my parents. My parents no when. I'm going through something whether i talked to them or not. Like they'll feel it from across town or prostate or cross country in so Randomly two or three weeks later. He sends me a video of me like on my last song. You know rocking the stage of okay. Right he was legit there. that's awesome. yeah. I mean as bad i think You know amazon. There's that connection. There's that sort of thing which. I'm fairly practical person. But there's also certain things like that that i just believe in you just feel something doesn't matter where you are I know you're also really close with grandma coming up as well right. Oh yeah my best details. Tell me more better ellen thompson. She was born in nineteen forty three in mississippi. And i love to speak her name. She was one of the first people that clap from me in made a really big deal out of me knowing how to read on my seventh birthday. She made me de. Protagonist of this book was a story of dr martin luther king junior. It should be around here somewhere. But it's right there so in this in this book that my grandmother gave me my tribute to martin luther king. Junior i am the protagonists of this book. And i'm writing a paper on martin luther king junior at tell the story of his life. But i'm you know in the beginning saying oh telling my cousins rookie creek turtle i have to write this paper on martin luther king junior Go into the story by the end of the story. I've told this whole thing. I turned it in. I get a on the paper. That is the book right. So not only. Did my grandmother clap for me. When she sees me reading. And saying that. I you know had a love. For words you should go to market a garden classes with me and sit in a walk me home and then when i began talking she would call me radio or lawnmower. She said because. I've talked so much if you call me that. And that was a foreshadowing in itself. Right i mean of me getting a on the paper. Maybe the paper was the black album. Right me. Being able to use my words for the upliftment of myself in marginalized communities in it was really just kind of like thinking about this is a power device and words in education literature a are powered by
Houston school districts are monitoring weather conditions to determine if they need to close
"Houston is about to experience. A major cold snap and hard freeze our own matt. Harrop tells us the houston fire department is warning people about safety. During the extreme cold weather the national weather service says temperatures could possibly drop into the teens early next week. houston firefighter. Mardi boosts says if you choose to use space heaters or other forms of supplemental heating. They should be plugged in properly. We wanna make sure that we're playing those directly into the wall that we're not using an extension cord and then we also want to make sure that space heaters have space boosts recommends portable space heaters placed at least three feet away from anything flammable. She also recommends using portable heaters with an automatic shutoff boosts says h. fdc's an increase in fires related to space heaters this time of year. And hfc's says it's important to make sure your smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detectors are working. I met harold in houston
Jury Trials In Georgia Suspended For 11th Time Due To Covid-19
"Trials in Georgia on hold again because of the Corona virus pandemic. Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton extends the statewide judicial emergency order for an 11th time. This extension is similar to the last one last month in that it suspends jury trials for another month. The newest order says assuming coronavirus cases continue to decline, the next extension order on March 9th will allow superior and state courts to resume jury trials under under their their discretion. discretion.
Power Rankings: Can the Clippers stay atop the West?
"Espn's nba power rankings. Talking about how great everything was going in. La or how much noise l. Making right now in the sports universe but the lakers no longer number one in the rankings. So maybe la's fallen down a little. Except the clippers have assumed the number one spot kawhi leonard and company. The nba's best record the clippers. Have a six game. Swing with leonard and paul george entering quarantine due to health and safety protocols and patrick beverley. He's out they had a seven game. Winning streak snapped in atlanta. The co and paul george back after missing just two games due to contact. Tracing the clippers are a deep team. There were deep team last year. But i think bach gives them a premium over mantras harrell because he can spread the floor. He can shoot the three and he can rim defend. He can defend the paint at certainly blocked shots. At least he's very good defender. As is harold box more versatile moreover more versatile player you can play a lot of big next to a bacha because he can do some things that some modern pigs can't but serge ibaka is not the reason that they're you know this good. They've played together another season. Tyler is doing a very good job. Don't forget and this goes for what i said about the nets last segment to we're in a covert year. Still where there's not practice like. They're normally is and people are socially distanced so first year teams that come together like the nets last year like brooklyn. This year are at a disadvantage but brooklyn's now going on their second year with sorry. The clippers are largely with the same cast. And yet you know. Lou will mantras harrell reggie jackson nick tomb. Which was a big pickup nick. A tumor he got a max deal or something close to it. Because he was the status all star. I mentioned this last week but at that time. Are you sure that you knew who was going to be better between kawhi leonard klay thompson and nick platoon. But he was in that category people when he got his deal. Weren't even like oh. That's too much for nick petunia. Like oh he's really good player. Lost interest on a noncompetitive team. He looks interested again. Remember he got a max deal wasn't no one. Did him any favors. He earned it so. That's a big pickup for them. Interested nick we can play making do some things but none of this really matters to me for the clippers and i understand power. Rankings are based on regular season performance. Guys until paul. George shows up as like this if paul george showed up his normal self. The clippers are still at a disadvantage against the lakers because kawai and libron or both superstars as is a de. Paul george is the next thing to a superstar. Paul george is not a five star player. He's a four and a half star player. So even if paul george it shows up as his normal self. Ain't going to be enough for the clippers in the playoffs. He has to be just to see but instead of that or even stay the same. He gets in the playoffs. So i don't believe in this clippers team in the play. I don't care what they do. In the regular season. Until i see paul george show up when it matters in the playoffs. A believer
"harold" Discussed on Strength to Strength
"Of some of these On the packers. You know don't have to get into it now because it's probably big big conversation but I know some individuals who would do practices privately. And you know. And i. And i think they're not they're not abusing it and and i don't have an understanding or to you know launch. Wants a big discussion on it. You had you had some insights or some experience or some you know primarily. Good experience has plenty of people out there that have had bad experience. Bad bad taste with it. But i just think that there has to be faithful application and understanding of the reposes. Come something like that is serving internationally in ukraine is times. I spoke in praise. I didn't. I've never called is worse than i was speaking. But people s acid speaking times. Like i noticed the. Do this works. But god gave you. The bill is speak and to share in the is. I followed actually talking about the same things that he has. I got to where he actually was able to share. Speak increase in washington. It you know the worst and but it came out right and cosworth myself. Short question phrase lers. Thank you brother harold for joining us this morning. You're always welcome here anytime. The thanks for sharing. I believe we were defied Next we have with us. The brother aaron crater from the whole nation pendleton relations. So we look forward to that. It last seven o'clock Thanks again for joining us today.
"harold" Discussed on Pantheon
"We needed. We wouldn't be in anybody's way because the Greek theater does not have a pit area stage pit area this was like four thirty, one at four, thirty I'd say about five o'clock in the afternoon we all had us come in there was about eight or ten of US I. Think Piano was set up right there at the edge of the stage and she walked out and this was is friendly and sweetest convenient said hi, everybody. How Rei and that right down at the piano and and we were able to just shoot her there without any distractions I was so mesmerized at first. But again, for shooting as quick as we could because they only gave us, you know the one song and I was thrilled to do it because she's so photogenic. It's so animated. It just really captures her essence can't say that you know I knew this was going to happen I watched her as I watch everybody shoot and you know you just go for those. You know like you said those moments you go for those times those expressions and I clicked shot and When I saw it and I was I was just over the moon. So that's my number one shot favorite shot in the book I think anyone who takes photos knows how you feel when you get a really good one. If it's what you do if it's what your passion is and you have a capture like that at that unique in many of the other photos in your book stolen moments. You're capturing moments and there's a feeling that happens you were in that Tori Amos moment you got caught up in the moment of it so that some of the particulars didn't sink in but the feeling A. Recall to us in recall four US years later. As if it happened yesterday and that's the power of all this talk about every week here on the podcast Harold, thanks so much for coming in and being pleasure. Thank you for. Thank you for having me inviting me doubt. Yeah, we really enjoy your work. Thanks for all the great contributions you have given us. You're most welcome. I. Appreciate that we need more work from the documentary and of the history of rock and roll like yourself. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you for all the done. Your so welcome. I. Appreciate being on the show the poor to hopefully doing something again in the future have another book coming out next spring. So Yeah. So I'm still working still working. Good good. Yeah. Let's talk. Yeah.
"harold" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Recoup here on the imbalance history of rock and roll Marcus how you doing not bad. . How about yourself today? ? Well I'm doing good but I'm a little nervous because we're trying something different. . Today we're going to combine an episode of five favorites with a studio gas well, , not in the studio on <hes>, , zoom? ? Resuming. . With Harold Cherokee, , he's got a great book called stolen moments. . How many years Herald were in La is a seem to time I was born in La so in La for sixty three years. . Only been back here for three years moved back here three years ago. . where. . Were you living before? ? While I was living in the San Fernando Valley in Sherman Oaks. . Dan Is area that you. . which is just just over the hill to Hollywood, , which is about fifteen minutes from where I live great place to be mad that close you know was wonderful. . As a kid growing up there, where , did you live and how did you first start plugging into the whole strip in the scene and everything that was going on there? ? I was born in L. A. Downtown La but then as a kid. . Moved to Glendale California which is just right. . Next door. They're . nice sleepy little town and I basically grew up there went to high school there the whole bit and was there up until like nine hundred ninety and that I but I moved to the valley when I got married a second time and <hes>. . Just. . been there all my life and. . I was well connected when I was a kid started going to concerts when I was twelve. . I concert was the Beatles. . Hollywood ball no. . That was all I. . I went to the last la which was August. Twenty . nineteen, , sixty six and that was the Beatles Esta left. . Day before the last one, , which was candlestick. . But <hes> that was my first concert. . That right in the second row air right there. . Six dollars? ? Ticket dollars can you actually hear the Beatles because? ? I HAVE THEM IN DC and said, , the girls were screaming so loud that she couldn't hear the Beatles from where she was sitting in the stadium Yakking you know here and there it wasn't obviously crystal clear. . You did have screamed grounding out of most of the time, , but you could hear your somewhat mind blown dude, , that's all I wanNA say or I'll deal mind-blowing. . Well, , that'll be a great entry into rock and roll life for anyone. . And Talk to us a little bit about the book you were taking pictures around the L. A. Seen for quite a number of years in have some stunning captures in this book in all, , it was going to concerts as a kid I used to play around with little Brownie camera when I was nine and ten years old and so eventually when I was able to graduate up to actually getting a decent camera which was. . Like nineteen, , Seventy, , eight, , seventy, , nine, , eighty at one. . I really started pushing myself into the into the scene as best I could. . It's all proven yourself in the beginning paying your dues you know you're not getting paid when you start out, , it wasn't the solely for the money was the for the love of the whole thing. . I always had a visual of capturing a great moment. . You know whether it was in concert or meeting. . Somebody in a hotel room that's what I started doing. . Did you build a black and white dark room in your house? ? My father had a black and white dark room. . Yeah. . I didn't my house. . I had a friend that helped me out a lot a couple of friends that end our rooms and I would bring my films as soon as I shot it the next morning I was there almost at the crack of dawn. . We gotta get this process you know right away. . That's awesome. . You know would do the proof sheets and then big out of print I'd have sometimes I'd have to send something out right away most of the time in the beginning, , it was just doing it and getting it done. . So I could actually look at what I shot. . That's all part of the beginning anyway trial and error is how you learn from a day to day thing you know 'cause I'm self taught I didn't go to school for it and I just I always wanted to do that. . You know just take pictures because my father. . Was, , a newspaper man you were for hearst for the Herald, , examiner in La A., , and that's how I of got into it. . When I was a kid was he would always take me down to the office I used to look at all the photos and the photo room with saga offers, , and then I go to the pressroom and watch the paper roll off the presses at night with the greatest greatest experience you know the newspaper game sets how I got into want shoot black and white for falls. . What was the first concert? ? You Shot Elvis Presley Whoa. . Seventy six year before he died he he never he didn't come to L. A. and seventy-six closes. He . came Long Beach Arena and <hes> I had tickets through a friend who is very well connected into Elvis and getting good tickets. . So we had some really good seats <hes> and that time I think I'd be twenty five bucks to see John a few pictures. . They didn't really come out that well. . So that's why nothing has really been seen on that because I nothing came out that good at all. .
"harold" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast
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"harold" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"A notebook was also found and included details of meetings between the Daniel and Russian intelligence and plans for further meetings later in the year. Finally the CIA had everything they needed. An annual was arrested and charged with conspiracy, acting as agents of a foreign government and money laundering. On January. Twenty ninth, two, thousand, nine Nathaniel was arraigned in the US. District Court a Portland. His grandparents, who were suspected of also being part of the scheme were shocked at the arrest. Jim appeared in court with Nathaniel to face his own charges conspiracy to commit an act as an agent of a foreign government and international money, laundering. On August twenty, eighth, two, thousand, nine Nathaniel made a deal. He agreed to plead guilty to charges and testify against his father in exchange for a lighter sentence. In December of two thousand ten Mathie Nicholson was sentenced to five years probation meaning he would not serve any jail time for assisting with his father's crimes. In November of two thousand, ten Jim plead guilty to charges and awaited sentencing while he faced a maximum sentence of twenty five years in prison and seven hundred fifty thousand dollars in fines, he once again made a plea deal which recommended a maximum sentence of eight years that would be served consecutively to his existing sentence. At sentencing, the judge handed down the suggested eight year sentence Jim. Who only a few short years away from being released would now be in prison until he was in his mid Seventies. At the time of this recording, Harold James Nicholson is federal prison. He is due to be released in twenty twenty five. He will be seventy five years old and will have spent nearly thirty years in prison. Nathaniel Nicholson has not appeared in any court or media documents, and appears to have kept out of trouble during and after his probation. Okay Fan club members as I conclude this episode. My one question to you is. How will you.
"harold" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"Nineteen ninety-five was followed by nearly twenty seven thousand dollars appearing in Nicholson's accounts. The CIA interest in Jim heightened when he was heard asking for information that he was not required to have the same information that Russian liaison officer had requested a month earlier and was denied access to. Shortly after this incident Jim flew to Singapore for personal trip. This time the CIA suspected that he might be carrying classified documents or other information with him, and his surveillance team was arranged. A search of gyms checked bags was conducted. However, there was no opportunity searches camera bag which he took as his carry on. In Singapore Jim Checked into a three hundred dollars a night hotel room at the Shangri La. Not outrageously expensive, but while Jim was only earning seventy three thousand dollars a year, and was in the middle of a costly divorce. It was on the Pricey side. Jim was aware he could be being watched and he did. What is called a surveillance detection run? During a four hour period. He walked around Singapore with his camera bag. Their surveillance teams saw him retracing his steps and using shop windows to check surroundings as well as other counter surveillance techniques. Jim had learned from his time in the CIA. Later that same day Jim Antiques camera bag left the hotel again and completed part of the same route as earlier this time ending at a subway station at seven fifteen pm. Jim had no intention of catching a train. He joined the crowd of people, but did not follow them down to the lower level to catch the train. Instead, he moved around the station. I, he sat by a taxi stand then he moved back to the main area of the station where he was approached by an unknown male. The two men walked to a car that pulled into a taxi. Stand and Jim put his camera bag in the trunk. Before he sat in the back seat, the car was registered to the Russian embassy and unlike the meetings in Kuala Lumpur, the CIA had not approved.
"harold" Discussed on Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast
"Was going to ask you because I. Think your answer is the same as mine. What is your favorite moment or scene or sequence in the film? I don't know if mine is the same as yours, my favorite. In the movie I have two of them. The first one is when Harold also what she was forty four when she was politically active and she says Oh. Thank Issue Liberty Rights Justice. Kings died kingdoms fall. I don't regret the kingdom. Sense Borders and nations patriotism. But I miss the king. And, my other favorite quote at it's much deeper than just the quote is when a herald watching the sunset over the ocean, and seagull flies across, and she says. Approaching Devil's island that he could see the most glorious birds many years later in Britain. He realized they had only been born. Neither of those are what I would've guessed just quickly on that last one. How do you read the scene at that quote that comes off? The Herald has just seen the imprint on the inside of her wrist. She says he's seen her tattooed from the Nazi concentration camps. That's right and I think dreyfus was persecuted. Yeah, he was a Jewish French military officer who was falsely convicted of treason in eighteen, ninety four so well before the wall, and he was sentenced to life imprisonment at Devil's island, which at its worst, a death rate of seventy five percent June to the notoriously harsh treatment of detainees. But in nineteen seats he was exonerated, and he was reinstated to the French army so obviously just prior to relate in that story, and saying that I will always be glorious Birds Herald seen that Tattoo and see goes. Actually universal symbol of freedom. So. More tells. This story is a way to kind of Harold minded as about what he has. You're saying the though in the movie. You don't see more of. that. Harold has seen her tattoo, but she she says this story is a way to kind of his monitors. Ease and say that she is essentially free from that pain of the past that she remained free throughout you watch the film and you don't know who Dreyfuss is, and you know he's history and you don't know that. Her referencing him is a way of highlighting the perennial nature of discrimination, and whether or not it happened in the forties in a concentration camp, or you know a hundred or a thousand years before that in some other place against some other race or ethnicity. That it's just something that perennially exists in the world. The same to me I. Think is beautiful because we don't know him more history. Really we only get kind of snatches of a, but obviously once we see that Tattoo. We know that she has seen and experienced horace. And the way that it, Shaw and you see the birds and hear them you hear that story and you think they really are beautiful. And of course we all see seagulls. Every day we will pass them. We don't notice them. We don't think of them especially when they are a symbol of freedom, especially when they're flying across the sunset like that so free and so. I guess is carefree when the person viewing that is in a situation in which the locked up oppressed, and we often use our baggage to excuse the fact that we miss simple beautiful things in the world. So I guess for a woman of her age, and with her experienced to sit there and just recognize them, and then we get a moment with them in the film is just incredibly touching that there's this person that. That doesn't miss any of these little tiny miracles happen every day in nature I think that's one example of what you're going to probably say. Is your favorite scene? Yeah, so my favorite scene is when they're discussing what they would like to change into once they die, and she says she like to change into a sunflower because they're tolan simple like you Damian very, Tolan simple Who did you marry keys obsessed with some? Is is very simple. But powerful says that he'd like to come back as daisy, and we get this shot of hundreds of days, and she asks why he wants to come back as a daisy, and he says because there are all alike, and she points out that often not. Look Shame Some small some of Fateh. Some grow to the left some to the right. Even lost some. Kinds of observable differences. You see Harold. I feel much of the wool. Sorrow comes from people who this. and. Allow themselves to be traded as.
"harold" Discussed on Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast
"Robotic. Sounding people while they also become caricatures of those particular people, those those archetypes, especially I think the military uncle, but really those characters are just four herald mode to bounce off into the message to bounce off as well. You say it's a comedy, and it is a fast, and there's definitely satirical elements to it, but the relationship between Harold and Maude fills very earnest. I think the film is a faucet all. I think that those smaller characters who represent just these blown out of proportion tops are presented as a for US purely to get the message of the main characters gross. What happens between Harold Mortis, not comedy, and not Facet is, it is romance, and it is life in it is just I mean that's the dramatic element of this story. And that's why would so well. It is whited if this was Puglia, foss. It would not be a film. We remember today. Is a bit of a teacher student dynamic creeping into their relationship. Yeah definitely, but I think that's the I. think that's not just the case in this movie. I think that's the case in any relationship, probably particularly relationships between people who, where there is a difference I, think even relationships where people of the same age. There is a teacher student relationship teacher student. Dynamic people don't necessarily share the same ideologies that aren't necessarily share the same interests, so you can learn from anybody. It just happens the to tell this story about life and death. You know to tell by needs to tell it from a perspective of WHO's older, and the perspective of somebody has Janka. Force speaks to people who were feeling a lotta. These feelings were the youth in America. At the time they were the people that were getting conscripted to go to war. who feeling hopelessness about their future? So that with a generation film, the greatest generation they had to make their own mark, but I had these expectations against them that would follow in that the parents and grandparents footsteps. Heroes of world will two and yet that was thrust into a wall, the not going to be heroes from I mean they will put in. A position would never going to come out of it looking good? I mean there's so much to talk about with me. Talk about the historical context of Harold Mold and obviously that it was made during the Vietnam War and in the middle of America's involvement in the Vietnam. War is obviously one of those important factors, the sexual revolution as well Luke obviously the same way. Harold finds this intense interest, the bloodletting of another human being when his mother decides to send him into the military is again. That's. That's this example of you know somebody who's young who oppose the wall. WHO's saying well? Is this supposed to feel about? He's being ridiculous so that he doesn't have to go and serve in the military conscription said was used as a tool this time as it had been several times before we get young men into the military, and for those who opposed to the war, or who didn't wish to serve. This was a massive psychological. That I mean. Harold has to use these outlandish tactics so that his uncle decides barrels, not going to be right to sent to put into the military. They will. Use the pain. Hand to hand conscious sprang someone. I think. We are about to slit his throat. Screwed out. Of You kill is ears. NOSE SCALP PRIVATES barreled. Believe that Harold Suicides in this movie, but if it came to the actions, radical protesters throughout the sixties and Seventies. In the nineteen sixties would non self immolations or examples of people setting themselves on fire half in the United, states, by objectives to American involvement in the Vietnam Wall so that Harold Harold Sofa Lake St Munson in had an inevitable is not explicitly portrayed as an objection to the war. However, it is portrayed in the film as an objection to his mother's persisted that he accept these social oems and a ties to these political objections that were happening at the time oh whether you like. Like it or not, when you see that image of Howard's at lie, you think of the famous image of the monk, even if you only think of it unconsciously, I mean these things are happening all around the world at the time now happening in Vietnam especially but the threat to bit, they've happened throughout history in America that were happening and just about American involvement in the war, solving Malaysians have been happening since the nineteen thirties in modern political history, and that's still happening tonight..
"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Stop Asthma Richard. Pryor and Ruth Gordon Together onscreen would have been the ship. It would've but again that's such a strange choice of all the things that we wanna know more about modes life. You don't know about how she know all her all her resistance and all right you know battling the man and all that what. What is it what does that I write it down somewhere? Fighting for Liberty Rights and justice. I WanNa know what about that. You know what's one of the most heartbreakingly beautiful lines in the movie. There's a line. She says how the world still dearly loves a cage. God that's a fucking amazing easing line. That's Colin Higgins. I mean he was so so fascinating and would have had an incredible career as a writer and probably as director because of his versatility. Silver streak nine to five Harold and Maude Assamese written by the same person. That's really bizarre and amazing. So all of these components how Ashby and you know the two performers performers and they amazing script. This all makes you feel like it doesn't have to necessarily hold together as this pefect film. Yeah but in a way it's like of course not but it's more of a you can love to think it's a it's a thing it's a thing a philosophical statement is but it's like grease. It's like it doesn't matter I mean I. It doesn't matter whether Greece is good or bad. It's the way or well acted or well considered it doesn't even matter. It's a iconic four hundred hundred two hundred years from now. People will still be watching Greece and seeing those songs right. One hundred. Two Hundred Years From now herald is still going to have a cultural cachet. It's still gonNA means something say original statement that stands the test of time but that doesn't mean we can't Hobo. You slow drawing holes in the balloon just essay places where it might have been better. I'm in agreement. Centrally about five The Publicity Department had some interesting promotional ideas for the release. They considered sending motorcycles with sidecars with an old lady in the sidecar driven by a young man to to create publicity and the motorcycles would carry a just married sign and play information about the the the show the idea was dropped. Additionally it was contemplated avoided that we could have Ruth Gordon plant a tree in a central location for an ecology tire. That's the kind of idea you would come up with marketing. Except no she wouldn't. She would be liberated. Yeah well maybe planting the trees she liberty. I love that Sony Scenes Sammy for great scene with scare it. Licensed lady when I don't believe even driving maybe forty five minutes. Wouldn't you say how we were hoping to stop. But you see it's rather hard had to find a truck truck only took yes. Well it's not really but we would like to get it into so as soon as possible. Get Straight eight ladies. Nice chatting.
"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Filled in jumble. Pain show is insane taking a ride on chasm mixed train switch who's an epic soul allowed of them sitting amongst a little pocket of open flowers and then they're in a graveyard as you pull out the graveyard. Just takes on epic proportion in all the gravestones are the same. And then they're all white and the song is. Where do the children play hard not to look at that as a direct commentary commentary on the Vietnam War that was going on at the time? That's such a beautiful beautiful secret. That's great that's great scene between the two of them man. Ruth Gordon is just so funny. I love her skipping out of the cemetery when they see each other at the first funeral and she's got her yellow umbrella just brings joy and I. I don't know what it is. She's such A. There's no one like her and I think that's part of her thing. Is that when you have her. You're getting Ruth Gordon. You sound like record never. Did you know the Society Grand Dam pulled it off. She probably could never really is her film. And it's more it's more. It's more the kind of cat named mood. I Harold World. Did you know that Judd appetite named his daughter result of this. But I named my cat I now. Here's another critical. Take that I would like to get your take on Do you think that in the end. The death of Maud betrays the life-affirming message that the film has was put forth to that point. No no no. I think if Harold spoiler alert for nineteen seventy-one Harold and Maude. If you haven't seen I haven't seen any dies is she doesn't just die. which would be one choice? Right I of suddenness would be one thing but she takes her own life yes she takes. You don't all signed that odds with her message of carpet dean. I WANNA live. You know. She doesn't want to live beyond eighty their eightieth birthday. Wonderful incredible life. And the you know this meaningful life of resistance and experience and she has this beautiful eightieth birthday celebration with Harold and then she destroys his world world by telling him that she has taken. What does she take pills? She sales I took the pills an hour ago. I'm here saying it's a selfish choice. Yes search and this is what makes the ultimate boomer. I haven't heard that assessment of her character even I. She's not but look if he'd driven his car off the cliff. which when I'm sitting in the dock in Leeds one thousand nine hundred five and I you think Oh my God? He's driving off the cliff. If they both died I would have been disallowed exactly and been good right. It wouldn't have been that was actually an ending saying that they contemplated no and I'm so glad that's not the ending and so then when it pulls back to reveal that he's standing on the hillside playing the Banjo yes and skipping off skipping happily or as much skipping can do but yeah. I don't know that that's the life affirming message at the end of it right that it is. Yeah but I just find it. I do find it a little a little jarring I get it like theatrically I get it sort of twists wise. I get that having a twist is a thing to do. But for for a life-affirming movie where these two oddballs have found each other. But it's a film about death film about life. He's I mean ultimately it's both automates a film about life because he remains C.. Reminds she dies. It's any and he and she helps him to get beyond his fascination his death by dying dying by dying we showing him perhaps that she cashed of death the reality of death in a manner. That's yeah but also that you can have lived this remarkably rich life and death doesn't have to be. It's not the end of her not the end of mode. I mean it is the end from what she's dying stat for Poor Heraldo here he is. He's had a closed heart a closed mine. He's finally open. He finally trusts and give gives himself over to love. And guess what you know what. I'm never fucking doing that again. Because the last time I made myself vulnerable. Look what the hell happened. She went in the fucking killed herself but we can imagine what would happen in heralded motoo. Maybe he would go home and be nice to his mom. This is why I think if you if you look at his performance in heat as the cameo he's this embittered uh-huh asshole. I've always thought that that is Michael. Man's version of Harold. Since he was destroyed by the death of Maude he sort of went onto become this embittered old man. I like that idea. That's yeah that's the sequel. To Make Colin Higgins do two sequels to herald worldview. Yes wasn't enough calling was a really fascinating in wildly talented guy who died much much too young of AIDS at the age of forty seven and nineteen eighty eighty eight. He expressed interest in one thousand nine hundred about a sequel and a prequel. The Sequel Herald story would have court portray heralds life after Maude Higgins. Imagine a prequel equal showing Maude before Harold Grover and Maud it had maude. Learning how to steal cars from Grover Muldoon. The character portrayed. By Richard Pryor Higgins nineteen seventy six film on silver streak as as bad. There's a good radio when you step out of you. You got to step out of the Canes Shit Right You bay put the radio to year. That's going to help you face right. We about it with the rhythm.
"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Gray Mon doesn't describe it and it shouldn't in some way but there's a spirit visit meaning. There's something so subtle about the core that song which hits that's drink and that's it tells you everything about that to me. Me Is the greatest summation of why this music works so well in this film. It's not literal like what's going on in. The song's lyrics is not literally what's going onscreen. Yeah the there's a aspect of the spirit of Harold and Maude which is uplifted and contained in this this Cat Stevens thing which is such its own thing at its time and now today right and they inseparable from each other the the film and Cat Stevens Music they they coexist in a way. The I can't think of many other examples Japanese Jas of films where the music I mean. Did he wrote two songs specifically for this. Is that right. Yes and then the rest of them the rest of them were supposed to be place holders right and in a similar similar thing thing that happened with the graduation you know he. I think actually that was supposed to sort of do some score as well. I don't think he got to that and just just ended up using most of those so he wrote. Don't be shy and if you want to sing out sing out pretty amazing. Just just knock that out. You need a new song long. Let me just right if you want to sing out. Sing out. Play a little clip of when that's used here in the movie. So Ruth Gordon starts playing on the piano. There's a little magical realism throughout the film in a few spots. This is one of them. She gets up to do a little dance but the piano.
"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"What good is sitting gene? The county hear the music. Play Chum. Come to the cavalry down the knitting the book and the broom. It's it's time for holiday is a cab to the Kabyle Apple Right. This is really making a lot of sense. If you knew that the agency some really WANNA agent to sort of a bizarre bazaar geriatric eccentric. That's your hopeful. There may be less Sally Bowles now. Now that I'm only I I have so much knitwear it's true you're a little all too fashionable to sort of get there. I think you'd like to think very fashionable. I think it's pretty radical. The a eight nearing during eighteen year old woman could be seen in this light could be the love. Interest could represent the summer of love. Could be you know Just the could embody it could be the focus of this film. Has It ever happened. Since is there another film that gives there was the recent Michael Hanneke film or a Mike. Leigh film or the aged couple was facing mutual death. You know that that will happy-go-lucky. We go lucky Remember the one that was his wife was dying. Eitan what you're talking about which one it came out like a couple years ago and it was it was about like late stage and married and there was no no. No maybe it was Lamar. Yeah it's really amazing. That was both of them. That wasn't just I. They were both old Jesus they both were old and they don't want to go to the cinema and reminded of youth backs. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa look at the cool for now that you've got you've got harold his incredible. Can we talk about his face. Clean his face. If you WANNA talk about Bud cort we can talk about quarter. I have a few points to make I have contention which again this is just simply looking at acting style acting ability at a at a at a relatively young long age for an actor actually think one of the weak links in this movie is but court I think that he does not have the acting skills to stand. Hand opposite a Ruth Gordon and actually deliver a believable connection or relationship and for me. It's one of the big kind of hang ups that I have have with the movie. And I get that his look is icon and absolutely perfect Colin Higgins didn't want but court he wanted someone else. I don't know I'm on ABC. WHO Like Jason Schwartzman? Is that what you're kind of of of the at the time I guess we'll just go into our alternative casting segment back okay. Well here's some people that were considered at the time John. Rubinstein was Who Carnegie had written the part four interesting Richard Dreyfuss? Really how old. How old was he at the time? Twenty six twenty five. But he's all wrong. He's he's No. He's manic and Bob Alabam. That's amazing was eighty years old when he was ten years ago so I I don't think that's wrong. Although I would love to see that I I would love it. And now it makes sense that I'm going to Google Bob Alabama in one thousand nine hundred ninety one picture of him. Because you're GONNA say I mean it's a different ways bold. I think certainly a little Dreyfuss ask I would say so. I don't think he has that kind of addams family esque right power also also just you know yeah. You're you're the type of fan that you can't see anyone else in the point is well made. I'm betting on savage. Yeah okay now. That's interesting. I'll consider that I think the most interesting thing that Butko does break the fourth wall and that's about it really. Oh no no. I don't want you to come around but I'm I mean I'm considering this now. I think there are two to opt Tutu due to occurrences of breaking the wall occur. Do you remember what they are. You can tell me. I'm not sure I can remember exactly where they fall in the film. Okay well the first one is when the first computer dating girl fleas than Bud. Cort looks to the camera and gives a really sly look which is held for almost uncomfortable. Beat eight yeah that was not scripted. That was ad libbed onset and Hal. Ashby kept it in. And then there's another scene later on where he gives the finger to his mother other as she retreats and that also was ad libbed even before he breaks the fourth wall he smiles in Ainley crazily. Well well that's the one. I'm talking about one moment in the first one. Where where the where they chase? After he chases off the first computer eight now what what were they phone. The computer dating isn't it. I thought it was. I had computed. No but isn't that how she's bringing the maybe that's a questionnaire that she's doing yes she needs to talk. Talk About Vivian. Pickles come on hold on. Let's finish with BUD cort. I know you're eager to get off the subject. Because you're taking I. You've you've made you trying it. Look there are Bud cort performances that I love notably in heat He plays the corrupt owner of the diner. He accepts an ex-con into his kitchen and the ex-con is like really grateful for this simple job to try and make a very incremental. Start on a on a straight and narrow life and when bud cort gives him the four one one on how. It's going to go down down break week through told me to come by here since you have a job so you know this kind of operation. Yeah Mental McGregor Grill but if you you tour. Let's the dishwasher. West tables an empty the garbage to give me a hard time a report you loaded drunk stealing and I will violate you back so fast. Twenty five percent of your take on kicks back to me again. grison check it out change in the bed. What are you waiting for? Have you seen Michael. Yes crime for a while right. I came out. I want a gun talk about absence of right. Well there's a couple of interesting female characters died of an aura. Ashley Judd No it's interesting as ruth. Gordon No oh no he has the look. I don't think at this time. He had the chops but Jerry. You're I don't know if he has to do that much. Does he have to do that. Much I it is his performances moving and beautiful and he doesn't have to do very much. Well I think that he doesn't do very much. And you've probably talk yourself into believing that it's a virtue all I'm saying is I think if you step out of the movie you could imagine an actor doing more and I think that if the actor could do more I think there would be more dialogue between them in a way that might be more meaningful one of the things that he does do well. And we'll we'll play this clip really really the scene. That was the audition scene for for actors being considered for the role of Herald. I was was when I was a boarding school in Chemistry lab. I was in the cleaning that up so I decided to do experiment sexual sexual stuff. That game mixing very scientific. There's this massive explosion. It knocked me down. Blew out a huge hole in the floor. There's boards and bricks and flames of figured you now time to lead. My career in school was over so I went home. My mother was given a party so I just went right up the back stairs into my room turned out the light and I got this fine field doorbell. I wouldn't have to the banister and these two policemen came in found him and told her that I was Kim in the fire. She put one one hand up to her forehead. The other should reach downs groping for support. This long yeah.
"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Whatnot. That's not really also what the movie. Here's about assigning flower or film of the type so they didn't know how to make a poster Kyle. Ashby tells the story that I think in Baltimore. There was a theater owner who had had his own budget to market the film that he would book and his theater and he did his own poster he led with eight hundred nineteen year old romance and it worked the the thing that that all the filmmakers were saying studio. You've got to lead with the thing. I'm just curious about four or five. They're like I have to go see but of course the studio wouldn't do that. So that's part of why failed and also came out at a time when I think there was some other other movies in one thousand nine hundred ninety one because it was nominated for Golden Globe. She it was not being nominated for Golden Globes for whatever that means yeah. Are you still Golden Globes watcher. I didn't even you grew out of that. I grew out a few years ago. I think as as you age you give up the golden sit just last too long. And it's ridiculous and Ricky Jay Smith hoisting again and I'll for goodness sake I mean I don't expect or didn't expect it to be Oscar a winning issue but what was it up against in seventy one that you mean what other films released in Nineteen seventy-one while I'm glad you asked Bax because you can find out. Can't you clockwork orange diamonds ends are forever 007 French connection shaft last picture. Show Dirty Harry. That's that came out around the same time. Willy Wonka now. This is a real real combination nation of amazing quality cinema. And the mega man. clute very influential movie McCabe and Mrs Miller Planet ahead of the apes there certainly nothing. That's really as sort of bold in original as this movie. The French connection true. But I mean that's a genre pick yes acute it at the highest level. This is a weird movie. It's weird that God made it Robert Evans who died a couple of months. AGO has come a couple of times in the PODCAST. Because there's a few movies where they really wouldn't have gotten made if not for paramount and Robert Evans at the time. who was at least open to material like this? How ash was actually the the person who pushed back when the studio approached him to direct this movie and he said You know I think Colin Higgins should direct this call? Higgins wanted to direct the movie. Right he said you know. I think the guy who wrote it should probably directed at such a piece of specific vision. Like what what am I going to bring to it. And the studio to placate Colin Higgins. Did the thing that they do. which is to say okay you? You never directed a feature film before like the budget and this is going to be a million and a half dollars or something like we don't really go around giving out the first time directors but I'll tell you what we'll give you seventy five thousand dollars. I want you film a scene for us. How and that'll be your test and you never know if you do a great job? Maybe you can direct it and did he. He did although he always said his fateful error was it. He thought he would show them how efficient he was so instead of doing one scene. Well he said I'm going to do three scenes and then they're I'm GonNa say wow we gave the guy seventy grand do one scene but he did three. We've got a higher him. Of course what happened was he bit off more than he could chew right and they probably were never really seriously going to give him the job. Anyway right but I mean my God to look into Hal. Ashby even film how Ashby was a pretty great thing and I think it's as much hal. Ashby it is anything. Do you think that how Ashby saw himself in mood. I like to think there's a little bit of you know how Ashby a Bouma either. No I was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine right He. What do they call it? In this country. The silent generate the missing generation the quiet generation. Really Tom Brokaw says in England they call them more babies. Sure right but when was house. twenty-nine the lucky few kids name for generation. It says the often overlook generation of the lucky few those born from twenty nine through forty five after the greatest generation. But before the first baby boomers. Okay so yeah he really. I mean you know. This is modes journey speaks to in his journey to in a way he fully embraced the counterculture right. Oh absolutely I mean. He was smoking pot in the fifties before it was even cool before anyone even knew what it was. I think we got the best generation named anything generation right because I was talking the other day about the ninety S. What a pathetic era era so there really is not a lot I mean? It's it's probably the worst era the worst decade in history. The nineties culturally. It was when I watched Harold move for the first time. But that's not the heritage doesn't have anything to do with the ninety S. That's just happened to be when you discovered it right but I mean go t's grunge like disaffected disaffected. We'll met I know but we were full of Shit and we didn't. We weren't that way no of course not everyone else was. This is one of the things about coming back to this film. Twenty five years after having seen it so many times I've seen it for years and years and I was nervous. Actually actually I did think you're nervous to watch because you you. I thought I might hate it. I I work in a he knowing you might feel cringe but you know I didn't cringe a tool. There was nothing nothing about it so I've had this experience with. I mean I think now the older kids and I'm very rewarding and it's the worst thing to do this it really is usually watch that. Don't hold up a all of them know well doesn't hold up. Maybe it holds up for me but that that might sneeze so ghostbusters. Wow actually cynical back to back to the future. She loves okay. I'll talk about that. What is it about that? I think appeals to the of Stranger things loving one thousand nine hundred thing retro thing. That's happening right now. That's a good enough reason to right into it. Ghostbusters was was purely about the fact that there are no women in it. Sure nothing other than wearing a floaty nightie unturned. Sta uh-huh criticism right. But that kind of is the same for all the films. Yeah but that from the eighties which we know her context. Can't you put that in. Context doesn't doesn't mean in the whole films have many moments where I mean ten minutes into footloose and then I think well this is not such a good idea. It sure is us. There is a time to every purpose under heaven time to laugh a time to weep. Time to mourn it is time to ditz really. We won't watch this so you know but but I feel like this so I was worried worried that this would be a sort of rookie pitcher show moment for me. You know watching something that I watched so many times and I loved and of course it's it's so much more beautiful and meaningful and radical and tubby breaking in ways the rocky horror picture show sadly is not and I think you now I was watching it at the same time as I discovered cabaret so I really had this movie or anything devoting your time to perform in cabaret both both things but cabaret the movie and so I had this you know mode and Sally Bowles Obsession..
"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"And it pulls back and you see him in his fantastic blazer and his and his tie and I was hooked right from that first first minute I just thought this is the most and of course the pulls back and reveals this is a fake suicide attempt and he is tricking his mazing mother. So Yeah Yeah. That was my first experience of Harold and I did come out changed. I came out of my art house. Cinema leads thinking the world looks really different today and And it's never has been the same since Colin Higgins who famously this was his first screenplay has one of those only in Hollywood stories where he was in film school and he was working working as a pool. Boy Any showed a draft of Harold and Maude which I think at the time he had intended just too short. He showed it to film producer. Louis this who showed it to Robert Evans so at the time was a big paramount. And that's how he that's how this thing went through the mock nations to become a go project as they say in. Hollywood would seem that you refer to the brilliant opening scene was very much what Colin Higgins had in his screenplay. This is one of those movies where someone hasn't seen it for the first first time. You're SORTA jealous. Glad for them because they get to have an experience that you can't really have because when we watch that now you're sort of you're watching it for how it's put together in the meticulousness of showing us this fake suicide which you don't know fake until until after the fact and all the more impressive for Nineteen seventy-one starting starting a movie in such a deadpan. Right kind of like I said black comedy way where you're sort of like Holy Shit. Where are we going? Where is this going? Yeah Yeah I'm not time continues for at least the first twenty five minutes throughout those early you know. Fake suicide attempts on a dog as well. They're very dark. I mean is this is it. Am I correct seeming. This one of the first black comedies. Why would I don't? I don't know if it's one of the first. I'm trying to think of other example. Well I mean I mean. The media touched on in terms of disaffected youth movies and would be the graduate right. which is I believe? Nineteen sixty seven. So it's a number of years before this. That's not as duck. It's it's not as dark but it has a lot of similar rejection of parental values. It doesn't have quite the urine oddball and that's okay. I mean I think one of the things. This movie has always spoken to people about. Is that sense of otherness and not fitting in that ultimately being okay. Let's watch a clip. Let's do that. I was going to see the scene. Where Herald Meets Maude?.
"harold" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Hi Jess Hi Beck really excited to meantime so excited that you're here. Everyone is very excited. That you hear a lot of people who listen and know the podcast told me over the years that you gotTa have back on you and gives some people say you and I should have our own. I know but this is saying the ball high philbin nervous now man when you have a massive listenership like we do we have to keep you feeding the beast. How many listeners do you have at this point? Thousands thousands across the world as well. We do in fact. You're on today really you know I mean for the I love you but I want to feed the there is a British on. I'm sure there is and specifically. I want to target the critical. Would you have a huge listenership incorrectly. North West London and then this episode is going out so all of our fans. I don't know who it will. Your family listened to a podcast. Some people come on the pot and then they say my family doesn't even listen and now my family won't listen. My parents have no idea what put us is or how to access it. They definitely would send them pull cost occasionally and they just say That's very nice and they read. They read the version Russian of the daily instead of listening to. That's great. I love that. Well we're here today to talk about Harold and Maude which was a film that you chose now in season two. I'm trying out different catchphrases catchphrases. Yesterday I had a guest on and I said I'm bringing on people. I love to talk about movies. They love I loved that when he wrote that I thought that was great. I think that's great. Okay have have you got another one. That's better I don't know today I'm trying out beck's full cast and crew. It's me you and the movie. Oh I like that. I don't know that's that's good. No I like people. I love about movies movies. They let's just beautiful and nice way to start the New Year with full of love. Your the first episode of season two. Okay well I'm honored to be here Harold and Maude. You're from from England as we've noted new can't United States in one thousand nine hundred ninety nineteen ninety seven and you were how old then if you don't mind US quiz fourteen not no. I'm joking I I was twenty two okay to think about as a long time ago. So you're twenty two in one thousand nine hundred three so that means that your formative years teenage year from I can't remember your mattis's bad. It's fantastic. I know that I saw them for the first time when I was nineteen and I was at college then so that would make it kind of ninety five. Okay Okay so you started ninety five and like many of us experiencing during saying content from the seventies and the early eighties. You're coming to ten twenty years after the fact but the power of films like this Yup is that it has the power to redefine itself. It's about the philosophy of the movie. Perhaps more so than the movie the movie will get into that. The film was famously. A bomb at the time and then took on this really impressively outsized reputation subsequent. The two. So did you see this. You probably did you see a theater release. I saw in a movie theater and also I have to say just right off the bat the next year how I'm going to be fifty years old. And that really makes me feel hugely eighteen. Seventy one seventy one. But when I think of films from the seventies I always think that they happen so two years ago and I mind that's like thirty years ago not fifty years ago. So that's just I feel like that's pretty huge okay. Did you see it in an art house cinema. Did I actually worked at an art house. How Cinema Queue Really? Yes I did. I worked two years in college. I was university in the north of England in Leeds in Yorkshire and I ran the late show at a arthouse cinema in Leeds for two years ago. I love mazing. What was the late show? What time it was as midnight was appropriate midnight hours? I worked well when I did that on Saturdays. I go in at ten and then I left a three bloody hell is pal. Everybody's tyree very London go home. John cleaned up some of the sick. That was one of the. It's true. Tell me some of the after our the well. It was usually the same films it was usually with ally all the exercise. Okay so you had one film. That was programmed for months. It's and then occasionally he would change it up the guy who ran it with changing with nil night of the exorcist. I mean I know so. The exit was particularly the one where I smoke in the theater. You know any kids you smoke in the in the balcony but it still remains because it was bill in over one hundred years ago it remains the only movie theater in Britain Lit By gas lamps still. My job was to light the guys come out still to this day. Still I checked just to be show. I had when I arrived I had to light the gas lamps in a Dickensian mounted with a special kind of up in the alchemy. Just waiting to burn down the whole placement people smoked people smoked. I showed up for sale like a Saturday night fever Redo I would have like soot on my. Yeah exactly just covered all the stuff that came with that stick. It was amazing. So what was your. What was your role? What was your job? You the manager manager you. Yeah I took my role was to light. The aforementioned gas lamp kills exactly the gas slams. Sell the tickets. Which essentially meant all my mates in free who all kind of hit around McLaren? Jump the line and serve popcorn. Wow that's basically what I did and then and then clean up the sick after the exile seriously I know is bad because people really drawn because I students they were very drunk. Okay I understand understand that for maybe with Neil and I but not for the exercise. I was scared I think really fresh pies. So that's where he I saw Harold and Mon yes and I never heard of it. What were you into at this time? What did you look like you Goff Stonier Jock Doc? Pretty much yeah shoe gazer. That's that's a British term. Isn't it a few days. I mean that that's like someone who's into that really like slow slow dirge Lake Sad music shoe gaze. That's a that's a British musical indy. No no like machine to me that type of as they like. What kind of trip hop like pool table? You don't know this. I'M GONNA have to musicologist this. I've maybe I was just deny. Denying it on my shoe gaze. Okay so you know how like they have northern soul and showcasing in initially known as dream pop is a sub genre of indie alternative rock that immersion the United Kingdom in the late nineteen eighty S. Well obviously I was just saying. I'm from the balcony keeping up. This is that by it's a theory astounding mixture of obscured vocals guitar distortion and Effects Feedback overwhelming for example who give me examples. I actually have it wrong when I cited the example that I cited the my bloody Valentine glazed never heard of that list of shoe gazing musicians. My lush okay. Okay Bardo Pond. No nineteen verve really so it went on this wicket went from my bloody valentine driver her. Okay well now. I don't think I was a shoe gate I ernest. I know that this was the perfect film for me. I was already Z.. Wearing the sources in earnest gnarly. darkly I'm thinking of like what I was into an how I dressed right and so you you know this gives us a visual virus. I was probably wearing much more. I'm wearing in honor of the film today today. We can do fashion fashioned. I'm wearing some florals. I've got a floral number on like a floral print dress so kind of like a grungy dress would have been wearing with some doc Martin. I'm not wearing the lace up high top DOC martens or the regular shoe no the lace up and they were straight black doc martens. They were both ready. Yeah got those and some sort of Cardigan I was definitely wearing today and today. I've actually matched the Cardigan with some. Leg warmers Thomas. I'm wearing like women's to in honor of mode because I think she would have formed like we'll do you remember who you saw this movie with when you saw the I saw this movie on my own. Okay now Online there are. I think there are certain types of movies where that experience is paramount for me. It was seeing Brazil York Square cinema in new haven by myself. Yeah Yeah so immersed in the movie and then walking out into the world again and seeing it with totally new is because of the movie you have that type of lately and you know I was really into going to the cinema and I've been doing it for through the end of Highschool in London and it was an experienced I loved and yeah I saw some way own at midnight so I could just just sit back and enjoy it and I will never forget the the opening credits and Harold First onscreen suicide attempt and he drops the needle on. Don't be shy Stevens.
"harold" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And we'll go back it is eleven thirty eight and we're cruising into midnight and having fun I'm Jordan rich filling in for Dan rate we continue now with Harold who's checking and Harold thank you for calling happy new year thank you Sir thank you your my book man in a sorry to have to lower your standards because even use this great deal but I think we're going down hill as I speak don't be embarrassed go right ahead alright then let me just go right to the bottom well I I actually you're my book guide you my license died but especially my book guy and I don't really have a specific I can think of a thousand but you mind if I ask you a few leading questions in a spirit of okay it's a new year yeah you want to read more yet we don't have more time yeah we want to read the whole damn book and not just parts of it is do you have some tips on how you W. reading hackable what how you do that you know how we might learn to do that well local Google one question of the are you talking about books do you read every word I ordered some books you just put into the every other word pile I will that's a terrific question and particularly with somebody in my line of work where I interview a lot of people have a podcast I did hundreds maybe thousands of interviews of authors on my show in the in the previous years but here's what I do if it's a work of non fiction non fiction and unless it's something that where the the pros is really special and then it's something spiritualism I will not easy to focus on every word I use the you know I I figured out a way to sort of skim and scan understand where I want to go and and high my eyes just move in the right place for me but when it comes to a novel I take my time I will it will take three or four weeks to read a novel the way I want to read it and that's that's my everywhere so I I can I can sort of parsed through a non fiction but I need to really really focus on novels I don't like to lose a of a what do you think your I. D. they discuss about today with the website you can go to in it'll take a how to or a self help book and bring it from I don't know ten hours on a fifteen minutes to just give you all the important target point I don't know what I'm talking about yeah I I've heard about that and I don't think it's a terrible thing if you don't have a lot of time I think it's okay it's like cliff notes but when I've read throughout Jackie right when I read through books for interviews for guests I will read read through of the entire book I will not necessarily focus on each and every page but I will read every chapter some of it as opposed to just skimming through it and skipping around so that's my style I don't know if I if I really wasn't a pension you to know something for a business meeting in it they should read this business book I would do the fifty version probably but this seems to be so much carry over those kind of books by the way have you heard that is it you know every year well actually my relay question what that is when you go to a book selling sorry again as I any other place and you pull up you know the homepage or whatever you'll see information about the site knows that down the side is doctor recommended books in them help us help out maybe losing weight or got novel about this so that you disregard those as maybe a going to be really good they happen to be there by chance or is somebody paid actually put them so they're visible when you first go on the site you know I'm not as familiar with the way Amazon does it I think they do it based on preference and what you've looked at and what you've you know paying I will suggest a very good review overall review of books is the Kirkus K. I. R. K. U. S. right around a hundred years exactly and why I love that is because they're short there's a saying and you'll know in three paragraphs with a not something you want to read but a great it's a great so and also the other thing I recommend and you can do this online Facebook has all kinds of clubs of find out what book clubs are reading and looked for recommendations not from critics as much although they're good but from people who love to read and in in here you can ask your librarian if if they know book club and it's a it's a terrific way to bond with people and also find out what they're doing and you can do it online I mean there are thousands of book clubs online it is a his audibles dot com basically as books careening service we don't actually have any hard is that hard book already right right right you don't get an actual discontinuous that is a little bit you know hello I'm having trouble downloading music but a with a book with nothing you know nothing except curl up in yeah eight monthly pay and they come back next month right more of a I don't know if it's a whole different it is still wrong well they're they're making their money no one's losing out on an including long but I I think for for ease of most people are doing it you know and they understand that you go to download the app and then you pay a little bit as you go it really is great for people on the go at do you do you drive a lot by any chance I would have a car but it's not no I I do I try to weigh I during your door traveling by train or just trolley with no matter what you do if you're commuting a lot it's a great it's it's a great addition to our once commute but they just I get a bring him a paper back on the subway usually right so this is like a newer version of the same same idea and last thing is you basically for couple I just turn it on you would mention a couple books you apparently did the audio for Boston crime novels yes I've done three of them but for this local author he's really really nice guy named J. E. o'donnell and double check those out yeah yeah yeah and you can you can hear a little sorry now are those in the past and I just never knew about no I don't know four or five but I'm hoping to do more I really love them they're a lot of fun I just think you know not just anybody anybody you'd have a great sounding voice for that purpose right what's the purpose is to physically for that purpose I I get you know we wanna hear it not even knowing what the book's about well hear your voice is very kind it's one thing I have going for me so full of peace but I I but I use I use whatever and acting chops on their own I never studied professional but I use whatever acting jobs because that's where the fun as you become these characters in change your voice yeah we did a great job of those easy yeah shows over Brockton now you remember I merry old time radio shows I want about five of those all things Herald yeah actually two energon could could they resurrect does with the old time maybe two television sitcoms in September people might be are you are still around you want to really look in the mirror and tell yourself smart you are I've been after them to do that for a long time there's a possibility that it would be a great idea because I just noticed but I have a lot of ideas I just noticed the they're doing reboots of like all the family on TV with the new cast every once in awhile there's no reason why you can't bring back sitcoms from the sixties that people would remember in Dumas radio shows a thing to be a great idea but the White my final point is one what is it could not have really isn't competency Norman Lear show but not yet you can not to my knowledge you can't buy any DVDs ever you can't hear anywhere you can it is illegal to play it but to me it's top five party shows forever well foreign words tonight all god I remember that yeah Martin mall Gary and Martin mall yeah I do think but just because you saw what happened you can I I would I every episode ever I wanna go going to go anywhere you cannot do it you know so you know more normally is big mistakes but to me it's like I say but never all right well I've got a show up thank you Sir a really nice chatting with you I enjoyed it thank you and different tack on the whole subject quick time out will come back and take one or two more calls before Bradley comes on board side with Dan rate the news watch never stops WBZ newsradio ten thirties attorney CPA Joe Cordell do you hear the phrase a lot this time of year merry Christmas or happy holidays but holidays are not always happy particularly for guys grappling with the divorce that they didn't choose suddenly these husbands and dads are thrust on the battlefield where the fate of everything they care about will be decided in the mean time they must await the.