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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Truth Be Told

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06:26 min | 3 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Were fitted out with. This technology was during the cuban missile crisis in the early nineteen sixty s. Who had it was not actually is because the ships at that time were all could on radio silence but as the chips were dead returning to their basis in the mediterranean they did start using frequency happy and it became the standard mode communication among mike navy ships later applied as well to a gps uses. The bluetooth uses frequency hopping. Some self funds systems used frequency so it was a deeply fundamental technology. These two people. These unlikely likely pair. The composer dr hollywood actress developed to help out with the war effort. I mean it really changed the future of technology at its. It's like you said it's fascinating. I guess you can never rule anybody out of of ideas because Who would have thought you would think you would be some. You know guy in scientist and studied for years years and years and that brought this technology bit. no it wasn't that's that's fascinating it really interesting group. They're often not people with great technological backgrounds but they have a particular way of looking at the world. Eddie said that issue something that she didn't think worked very well she would set out to try to figure out how to fix it. She developed something. Some improved version of a stop light. She developed a chair on a kind of access that could be swung in and out of a shower so that someone who couldn't stand up in the shower could shower sitting down and then swing themselves out to dry off. These are simple things who would bother with the but for her. It was just this continual improving of the real world and and her her glorious frequency hopping invention was the greatest of the mall. But like you said. We're we use these cell phones and it wouldn't wouldn't be possible if it wasn't for that and you think about it if in the first application of civilian frequency hopping. Was the car telephone. If you had to use one frequency for each telephone conversation there are only about a hundred that would be available in any city that would be you can only have one hundred car telephone conversations. It never would work. But with frequency hopping could have tens and hundreds of thousands and they would almost never bumped into each other if they did it would just be for fraction of a second so it made possible all of these communication systems that we now have I can't believe time is going. We have about eight minutes left. I have two questions. So i normally in. I'm going to ask a question. I i call my my people in the chat room. My co-host because you know if a if a one for them we wouldn't have anything to really talk about But i'm going to ask a question from stacey here in just a second but i want to find out how howard hughes in hetty. What did they do together. Technology wise. Not just working together. Did they work together. Technology wise or only With his because i know he also did a lot of movies. I don't know about hetty. I don't think she did movies with him. And he was. He'd like to sleep with. Hollywood actresses i. I have no doubt his helping her out. Invention was was part of that plan whether it came to write no. She was pretty quiet about her relationships but he certainly was willing to help her with this very simple invention it she said later and i never was quite clear about it but she said there was something about the water water that the to drop these tablets that they did work properly. I know quite understand that because anyone who's ever taken alka seltzer or dropped any understands right right puts them co two generating material in a tablet. It's going to fill up the water. So i don't know what happened to that. Never came to anything preps. Perhaps he didn't develop it because that was his purpose for right set at again because she was an amateur because she wasn't really interested in the industrial side. If you will the the investor side of all of those. She made her by making movies when by the way when she presented this to the navy base. Basically i left out of the story. That's a very funny part of the story and tile said later than when he took this mentioned to the navy they looked to over and said to him. What do you want to do. Put a player piano torpedo. Get outta here and nobody was interested in in the navy department. Maybe it happened that way. Anti like to make up stories but certainly when she was discussing this with the military their response. Was you know you do us a lot better. If you would go out and raise money for war bonds right. We're buns things you could buy during the war you know. She did very well so she said all right. I could certainly do that for you and to show them. She went out and raised the equivalent of one hundred million dollars. My guy just by going from town to town selling casses twenty five thousand dollars in nineteen forty three heady kiss. She proved your point. She could do it either way but she's not. That should that were valuable. That's i. I have to pay people to give me a smooch so could get.

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Truth Be Told

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10:09 min | 3 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Intended to be something that would direct torpedoes. She was concerned about. Let's just describe it briefly. She was concerned because she was a european however much he might have changed into american citizen right and between the beginning of the war in europe and americas joining the war. There was a period of a couple of years. The war began in european September first nineteen thirty nine. The war began in with the united states with the the attack on pearl harbor derived seventh. Nineteen forty what so between that time. Most americans who are not terribly interested in the war it was something happening up there but for her as it european by birth spirit it was it was a vital thing that was going on and all of them are horrible for her because her native country austria on the side of germany right so she followed the war very closely and when she read about a ships being repeated by german subs and in particular shitload of children. The british were shipping their children to canada. To get them. Out of the german bombing of england the so called blitz and here was the load of several hundred children on on a passenger lighter that was torpedo with a great loss of leg that horrified her and she decided she could do something about it and she went to her thinking about how you could guide torpedo so that the allied forces the british forces the american forces would be able to take out. The subways would not be able to kill children by excuse me to appeal lighters full of small children so dow is the basis for the work she did and who did she take this to to help. Create it or help build on what she brought to the table. So now we bring in a really interesting character. Avant-garde american composer named george would would've thought. Oh that's go to a composer would think it would be an engineer. But right chantale it tells most famous work It's still played sometimes was composed for fifteen player. Pianos and Drums sirens symbols anything. You could make noise with. It was total cacophony. But it's wonderful piece. It's about twenty minutes long in the course of this george. God perry interested in how how clear pianos work. Anyone who's ever seen a player piano to open the cabinet as seen their students. Yes he was a good looking guy and he had a lot of trouble with that much as i guess she did it her way. Or hey anyway george. George was in europe at the same time and his brother was With the us state department was one of the first americans killed in the second world war. He was at a plane flying to norway. If i recall carrying dispatch bag of state department documents when when the russians who were fighting the fins at that point shut played down. George was determined to get involved awards subway. He had been. European is by living in europe for ten years. That's a conductor and went heady mentioned to him they were. They were at a dinner party together. These nice little dinner parties that she had joined it said it he hollywood by then he moved to hollywood to write us. This movie visit because it was a good way to make limited and his guide music wasn't supporting him very well so he met a dinner party and they struck it off with their common interest in europe the european war pretty quickly when she read the question of this idea that if you could guide a torpedo substantive radio signal between the ship and submarine or the ship at a plane. You could do a much better job of hitting target. He thought the question was. How would you guide. You'd have to have something playing if few will in. Let's say the plane right. That was sinked to something playing in the torpedo and for him. The idea was well. Yeah the same kind of scrolling tape as you would have in play up yet now. He wasn't thinking of giant squirrel. The way player appealed rang. he was thinking of. He said you could make it sits. You could put it in a watch. It would have to be just a thin wire as long as it was punched or in some way player. Piano tape has hosted right. The hall says they play roll over a bar with with little windpipes on it Let air through the holes and those actuate the keys that are connected to those particular air pressure tubes. That's how the player pianos plates. So the halls drive the mechanism for the player piano in the same way a small version of this. This tape would drive. If they were tied sick so that they were running at the same speed would drive the tape on the torpedo and it could thereby be turned and directed by the by the plane or buy. It could be ownership ship as well so his knowledge player pianos and her knowledge of her basic idea. 'cause she really didn't know much about technology. Just what kind of amateur inventor would know right. They brought together into an adventure that was sufficiently interesting. There was a board a national board. That was set up during both world. Wars to take in ideas for valuable wartime digits from civilian sources both the professional and amateur at if they had value to pursue their development a government expense. That group was so interested in this. This player piano technique will which they called frequency hopping which i'll explain it a moment That day assigned a physicist. Who was a specialist in in nab radio frequency controls to george at hetty to help them develop the electronic part of their idea at the the the adventure was developed among these various people to the point where heady a george patton before it. Unfortunately the american torpedoes were so bad. Something like sixty seventy percent of our pitas never hit their targets. All they did was identified where that came from the most. The largest debt loss by the largest casualties among our navy forces were in the torpedo. The scientists submarine corps. It was it was almost a death trap to be an american submarine during world war two despite all our wonderful movies about it. That's another story. We can get to that but for now simply to see these two people coming up with an extraordinary invention. What's extraordinary about the invention really isn't that it was such a pita that's one application and the only one. They were really focused right. What's extraordinary as they were concerned. That the signal nappy chat but the enemy so the signal between the ship and the torpedo had to be something that could change often enough and you couldn't track it down and jammed with a large radio signal. That's where this frequency hopping business. The idea was that the signal would jump from frequency to frequency and the to tapes would be able to make those jobs. Simultaneous right therefore be continual radio communication whereas someone from the outside not knowing where the next signal was going to land wouldn't be able to keep up with at that time it typically was like five or ten times a second it would change frequency later on we got the of course the hundreds of thousands so it was. The frequency hopping party was really fundamental and win. The patent did was was rediscovered long after the war but the navy had threaded into a safe somewhere martinez top secret. Nobody was there for many years but after the war someone was looking through. All the old patents tossed this would to an engineering development company. Said see if there's anything in this when they realized what the frequency good do for radio. Communications between ships it was developed as the major radio signal process for. Us navy ships the first time ships were fitted out with. This technology was during the cuban missile crisis in the early nineteen sixty s..

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Truth Be Told

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08:27 min | 3 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"And then she was tapped by A major director for a film that was going to be in the european tradition at the time outdoor health and freshness and exercise. Some good it really just been developing europe partly picked up by the nazis is. I think most people are aware but she was going to have to be nude in this movie. She didn't tell them her real age. She was seventeen which which was too young to be oblivious of nude actress right so she told them she was eighteen. The movie is still around. Anyone who wants to look it up can do so but she appears as a young woman who swimming in a lake one day steps out without any clothes on and a handsome tall muscular blond railroad from nearby gathers up your clothes and catches her and so forth I repeat the plot of the movie. Basically she has wimpy husband and he is totally destroyed and finally kills himself. There is a scene however where she has orgasm. This was the most shocking scene in the film particularly when it made it to new york which it did fairly quickly. Europeans were perhaps more sophisticated about these things. She claimed later that the director was producer was making her faint orgasm by sticking her in the backside with a pin. But i think anyone who sees the scene takes. Perhaps it's actually real in any case it was total scandal and at and at the same time it started her major career. She for example. Played the young princess of the austro-hungarian empire in a big movie. And how in in in europe and many other films like that and also onstage in radicals particular. She met This wealthy man. Fritz mandel who is the second wealthiest men in austria and who owned a big empire. Up munitions says i said Mandal wondered this beautiful arm. Peace and and courted her and they were actually two people who got lucky. Recognized her intelligence and eventually married But he was also very suspicious. Man troubled her greatly that he basically kept her locked up and had the maids pick up the phone extension whenever she talked to anyone on the phone. She called it her her golden prison. She was in moscow. She accepted that for a while. I suppose because her career was thriving but mantle didn't like her plates he felt it was it was somehow demeaning. You know the whole tradition of theatre has been mixed up with people of ill-repute for our viewers And and that was his feeling that she was not keeping up the the front that he with his wealth and his position wanted her to maintain. She stayed that way until until her beloved father. The man who really been her closest model quite man should be died. Wednesday of a heart attack in in their big apartment in vienna while she was sitting outside and a convertible with a friend. Talking she i. She was horrified. She she said. If i had been if i had gone in at just at that time instead of wasting my time sitting around out talking i might have been able to save him and it was a transition point for her. She spent a year dressed in black in mourning ounce honoring his debt. Didn't she decided as he had always told her she had to take her. Take life take control of her life herself. So that takes us up to date mid-nineteenth thirty s and that's my chief began to think about her longstanding dream of hollywood hollywood come full-scale international star. Yeah i i. I lost my mother like three years ago and it does change you. Losing a parent does change you. It it it makes you look at life completely different. Especially if you're close to that. And and i think you know i can see why you know. It made her probably put things in perspective. And say you know no. I'm going to take control of my life and so that's interesting. How do you think that's where she began to become the strong woman after her father passed. Because like you said she she loved to you know. Take control and make things happen. Do you feel that that was when she started or was she liked that before. Do you know well now. Vandals courtship of her was extensive as it had to be she was great beauty and no doubt there were others who courted her as well right so he really did bring her into his life as an equal except of course for this one weakness that he had that he was constantly afraid that that is partner was somehow cheating on him so there was the deep insecurity there for mandel but other than that and probably that wasn't visible during their courtship. They went horseback riding together. They went hunting together. He had a hunting lodge deep in the forest so austria. I've visited it when i was doing my research. It still there are great very building. He really did go through the whole business bringing her into his life. And i think for a while there was enough right. Here was a whole new world for this very young woman. She was only what nineteen or so she buried him so that was dallas no doubt part of her growth as an independent. You became as well right. She had she'd she would have had to direct the servants and organized inner with elaborate setups And famous people powerful people. I mean she really was his arm. Peace and interestingly he as i said earlier was involved with the problem of of helping the germans workout better torpedo. It's and she would have been in attendance at the dinner parties. Where the italian admirals in the german generals would have come to vienna to talk to mandal and to discuss these technical issues. She was never called on to discuss them. Of course she was thought of as vita plan taste but she was listening and later on when she came to america one of the things she told the us government was. You know you could ask me questions. I could answer that for you. Which later so her detractors took to be height of arrogance who is this vapid movie star presuming to tell the us government about technology but in fact which he met was you can debrief me on all that i learned sitting at the dinner table listening to these people dealing with these secret technologies of information about all this just simply being mandelson piece for a few years. How did how did she get so involved because back then. Women were not considered leaders. They were you know not hand but they you know back then. Men looked at them is not equal. So how did they. How did man start listening to her. Was it just her knowledge or was it her beauty. Was it a combination of all. Well i think. I think it was for father's influence raised her he. She was an only child..

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Truth Be Told

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10:19 min | 3 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Richard rhodes hello richard. Good morning and thank you for doing this so early. Well first of all. I'm a big old hollywood fan And you know compared to even know fifty but the the newer hollywood doesn't interest me as much as the old hollywood glamour the glitz and the the class and classy and all that stuff but You know we've heard of hetty. Lamar you know. Some people may not have. But there's a lot to hetty that we did not know. And i i wanted you to be able to introduce who head. He is to the people in the new generation. That doesn't know who she is. Would you mind kind of doing that. Introduction of hetty hetty levada was austrian. Jewish woman although strangely enough. Your children didn't when we're never told she was jewish but she grew up in austria. A was a movie star at an early age in a rather scandalous movie queer. She appeared entirely nude in several scenes. As you said made her way to hollywood. Because the nazis were taking over germany first and then austria and she had to get out of the country as so many jewish artists and writers had to during that period in the nineteen thirties. She as you said went to hollywood and it had always been her dream and started out as a contract star. I'd metro-goldwyn-mayer she very quickly became a superstar but in the background was the fact that she was extremely intelligent woman. She had grown up with the father. Who was interested in technology. They used to take walks together in the and he would show her point two streetcar and say that runs not electricity. Which is this line of. Her head goes to generating clan So she had a general sense of of the world was organized with technology and her husband in austria had been someone who had been involved in munitions manufacturer and engineering and had particularly focused on the problem of torpedoes and any case when she got to hollywood she became very interested in the problem of torpedo. Which does days we're at guided and therefore rarely at their targets. Well well as a as a writer not me you as a writer you you know. You have twenty some books. Twenty six books maybe Why was heady one of those figures that you wanted to write about. What was it about her. That perkier interesting. I was on a book committee at foundation in new york. The alfred p sloan foundation which has supported by work on writing number books. My best notebook is probably gonna make you the atomic bomb which was about the world war two development of the first atomic bombs which won a pulitzer prize a number of other awards so i was on the committee and we were making a list. The foundation supported the writing books about science and technology We were making a list about twentieth century in bender's might be interesting. To as it were commissioned books crowd heavies name came up and i was immediately fascinated with this famous beautiful but we start doing a list. Benner said a citizen. Whoever raised the name described the process. The person to be a bit and what she done. I said i'll take that one was just simply too good to pass up and so forth outside my normal rage. I knew it would be fun to do. And and did it was besides the besides the The hollywood glamour of hetty and then finding out about her knowledge of science. Was there anything else that really surprised you about her Personality or did you have a trait that that that doing your research. That really surprised you you know. She was one of the very few two ish artists from europe. Typically in the film and theater business. Who actually made it. By and large it was just so difficult to transfer your itself your identity or experience your language skills from europe to hollywood or to new york Hitter that most of the of the people who came over really never got to the kind of peak. She arrived how what made her different. Your is an interesting question. And i think the answer. She was really a woman who had been raised to take over. She was very dominant. Even domineering personality The way she convinced. Louis b. mayer to to take her on as a star was to ship over to from europe to the united states on the same oceanliner. He was on which she checked it. All out in advance a ticket. He had offered her a typical hollywood for starter contract of a thousand a week and dot very much in the way of benefits. She didn't think that was sufficient given her great reputation in europe by then she had made a lot of movies in hung in europe and been a star of the stage as well so she wanted more from him and the way she got that was too while they sailed across the atlantic be seen on deck playing tennis with handsome young men and generally made it clear to him that she was a very exceptional in terms of beauty as well as her other qualities. Human being so before the ship landed in new york. They had negotiated a much more Contract of is was good for her a lot. More money and a lot more freedom to choose that kind of quality is what i made it possible for her to survive when others did not and indeed there turned out to be a small group of these emigrates from from nazi germany and austria in hollywood who were and other artists of the period man ray at the famous photographer and head. He used to play chess together. She had a lot of friends and at the reason she took up. Benny was even because she was so different from the regular hollywood people. She didn't drink. she didn't like to party. Her idea of a good time was to have a quiet dinner party with some talented people. So to fill the time she set up Basically and engineering table drafting table in her house and had a wall full of engineering manuals who various kinds and add started advantix. She admitted a a tablet. Sort of like an alka seltzer tablet. You drop into a glass of water that would fix up and make a orange strength or some other flavor this Howard hughes the famous dario had and himself in better in hollywood. Load her two chemists to help her with. She admitted many other small but interesting inventions along the way but the one that she did with the spread spectrum was was her most extraordinary invention. Well let's go back. I to get into the invention part but i want to go back a little bit Because i find that her story so interesting Especially we've heard of many women going into the you know not hollywood at the time because hollywood really didn't exist way back when she when she first started. Maybe kinda did but you said she already has a lot of movies and a lot of projects that she did over in europe. Can you can you kind of build on that. A little bit and tell us about how she got into the entertainment industry at an early age over there. She was really kind of an adolescent rebel center. Opt to finishing school in switzerland. Okay for girls which she didn't light so she just walked out. She's like accepted that. Put her in school locally but one day when she felt she was ready she went over to the major film studio in austria under the most important ones in europe and walked in and said i want to be in the movies and the whoever was there who was charged took one look at this beautiful young woman and put her to work as the script girl for awhile but pretty quickly. She got bit parts. Non speaking at..

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Blind History

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04:55 min | 5 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Blind History

"Crowd and then they do it in the next town and this is a way that they raised money for the war so she was choose also a conscientious citizen. She was trying to do her bit to support the war. Which is absolutely amazing. Supposedly her patent was filed in the category rid. Hut if you have any idea what that means it means that during the war they obviously prioritizing certain inventions of others and they realized that there was potential for this thing to be used and years later it was actually used at the cuban missile crisis by then. A women's peyton did expired. Says she didn't own a single cent from it. They say if we had to pay heady lamar in the ninety s for all the inventions that would have been used by then and papp's up to now they would have had to pay something like that. He'll forty billion dollars for having come up with a part in this. She stopped acting a title. Career spanned twenty eight years. I think off the simpson and delilah. She came off that. But sadly the hollywood studios would always wanted leading actors to be happy and they would give them vitamins every day and at this basically vitamin myth and she got addicted to the richmond myth and she struggled with it a lot in off and Became very rettig and she staff quite attempt and that says a lot of things about hollywood that stands out from you that just Just very very sad to read this and the fact that that keep driving beauties your ticket beauties your ticket. This is what you only have four says. She tried to preserve that and being hot clever. She wasn't left convinced after started messing around with plastic surgery. Sir her face in the end that take a pounding from atop stuff lighting laugh. And i think if you see the pictures of what she looked like later on in life. It's very sad state of affairs. You know she was obviously addicted to the idea that she had to be young and beautiful because it had been part of a success early on but she looks horrible at the end..

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Blind History

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05:41 min | 5 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Blind History

"They ended up during the trip spending a lot of time together. He was there with his wife so it was nothing untoward and she negotiated him up to five hundred dollars a week him and his wife especially swaziland. Extremely prudish and i think the x. Cassisi movie they were very scared of that derive in the us with a bit of a reputation and this also bothered if the rest of their life because people basically treated like a teen porn star. And i didn't give him much cred. She had that legacy and some control that to make sure she acted in things that were halted in the studios controlled. Everyone's reputation in those days. And and haiti louima was protected as being this beautiful but innocent woman and i mean even insensitive delilah have biggest success. She wasn't like this dangerous seductress. You know she was still this this beautiful kind of almost virginal woman and i suppose that's a part of hollywood that we don't identify with anymore because hollywood started to develop the reputation of particularly the leading ladies is being far more like sexually aggressive and far more independent in those days. It wasn't like that one hundred percent correct and she didn't lock that whole sits up in hollywood. So that's why i always thought of as aloof. But they were very close to such is not at all but she said auden. If tom for these stop things and spencer tracy Unlock working with haiti. Because she's so aloof and difficult to get to nine and she just said look you sleep the whole time. I wanna understand anything. You're saying she went on to do and we don't have to go into a whole movie history but she worked with everybody spencer tracy. She worked with frank. She worked with clark gable. Judy garland in a everybody. Who matted in hollywood but she was very different from the other girls because she had this european streak of kind of knowing what woman the independence was and she didn't really like to mix with all of them and she did become a bit of a recluse later on in life. There's a famous story about how she would. She would swim into agents pool high up in the hollywood hills but she would never go to the beach or going to a crowd of people. If you asked him for an autograph she would say. What do you want that full. I think she mentioned wednesday night. Anybody can meet glamorously. That just stands look stupid. They discovered these incredible tapes That a friend of hers had recorded in an interview with her. And it's it's quite spooky to hear us say the words a lot of people think i'm just the stupid thing that i'm this beautiful woman who was in hollywood and was in these movies and that that's all i am and she said i think people's brains much more interesting than looks and that brings us to the thing that she should be most famous full because her contribution is something that all of us use every day without even knowing that we it to yes and at the tom was actually quite soon after she got within the seventieth period jamaica howard hughes he was famous eccentric billionaire and he had his own production company videos. planes is aeronautical factories. And for him to say she was a genius. Just gives you an idea but he said the app in a trailer and she had earned drafting title and place where she could carry out to scientific experiments and they had a great friendship. She said he wasn't a great lover. But once apple sorted out in the realize they're gonna be friends. He was a massive supporter of her at..

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Blind History

"She's just head and shoulders above many other people in entertainment. If you'll pardon me being disrespectful to that particular industry but she was born in australia and she was actually born a real names hedvig. Eva maria kisla. Now hedvig is not a great name and she changed her name to hit lamar and the insistence of louis. B. mayer and. His wife gave her the idea of lama I think it comes from another famous actress or someone who was famous in hollywood before he came along and the silent era and barbara lama who tragedy dot very young okay. It wasn't great to be german or anything related to chairman in america in the fifties so that definitely needed to get rid of the kisla part of her name when i mean it's probably worth before we even get to her life in america just talking about the life. She had no stress says she was born into this this austrian jewish family again not a great time to be in eastern europe during the rise of fascism as a jew and then she had a mother who was a concert pianist and incredible women have father was apparently a very very smart man to. I think dad instilled in her. He was very attentive to her and bad guy for walks into the country and look at tractors and mechanical saad and he was very curious man. They converted to catholicism mostly to just preserve themselves and she was interested in acting she at the twelve one a beauty contest while she had such massive self-confidence twelve years old parents didn't know that she would end beauty. Contests you one affair cut. She went into the movies and she did a movie. Cold ecstasy and apparently ecstasy was this the age of eighteen years old. These days we think of it as child exploitation. Ecstasy was wild movie for its time. I mean it was almost like soft core porn and she was claimed that she didn't know this but that they'd used extreme zoom lenses to you. Know show very provocative pictures of her to get up close and personal with this very beautiful very young woman and it was a sensation everywhere except in germany in the us. With a bandit. Because they thought it was immoral they had been nude pictures shot in a movie previously. But this is a very fist. Tom ever that there was an orgasm shown on a movie. How did that that pricked with a safety pin. And that got the response at the put on the movie with the orgasm. She got married quite young as well and this is before she moved to america and that was a very unhappy marriage right. Yes the the big thing with the marriage is also plays out later in life. He was up absolute also and he's name was fits mandal and he was also from a jewish background but he was a fascist he was a munitions dealer and call in the merchant of death so he would sell the he's munitions to the highest bidder and he was friends with mussolini with hit a and with all the nazis and fascists of tom and when she was married to him and at the as you mentioned at a very very young age..

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Blind History

"But the time she reached her eighty sixth birthday eddie. Lima was in a sad state. Reclusive and reduced to a shadow of the beauty. She wants was she long lonely messages on her children's answering machines This sad end was made worse. By the fact that she had lived a remarkable life that merged two seemingly impossible hobbs. She was an inventor and pioneer of incredible technological advancements. But her file life has hollywood. Actress meant that. Not many people took her seriously So every now and then we come across a name. Neither ants new. I've ever heard of and it's rare that we get suggestions that somebody knows about that they really want to or about the we feel. We can add anything to in this case. We're going to talk about somebody who really should be a household name. An incredible human being who managed to straddle two completely unrelated worlds the world of movies and the world of science and. Her name is hettie lamar. This is an episode of blind history. My co host is antony media. And i believe you've fallen in love with hidden lama to our head over hills. Incredible women and i didn't really not all about it fists wild story but it's also sad historian and then finally she gets recognition at the end of the loss. She was a giant intellect. She didn't have during her life the kind of claim that she probably should have did as a movie stunt. She was magnificent. I mean if you see her in any of her movies and little clips on youtube what a beautiful woman. She was apparently the inspiration for snow white in the disney cartoon correct and also kept women and cat woman and now that i've seen her in these. I can see exactly why snow white looks the way that she does. I mean heavy. Lima was called the most beautiful woman in the whole world at one point and she was discovered in inverted commas by louis b. May i will tell you that story. He was the head of metro-goldwyn-mayer the famous studio in a while. But this brilliant documentary that came out and just recently about her scientific contribution to the world. And that is where. It's not just a biography of greta garbo marilyn monroe who were all exciting and interesting people in their own right but this woman is just four hundred time and the diversity of interests and her abilities..

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:25 min | 8 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Hetty lamar was one of the most beautiful women in the world. She was a hollywood star. Who appeared in films with the likes of clark gable spencer tracy but she was much more than just a pretty face. She was also an inventor who created one of the technologies which has helped develop the modern world. The fruits of their labours can be found in bluetooth and wi fi devices. Today perhaps in your pocket learn more about heady lamar and the invention which helped shape the world on this episode of everything everywhere daily..

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on KTRH

"Technology would not be what it is today I'm faith and this is our American stories great job on that faith and what a story my goodness it wasn't the money she ever wanted but getting that recognition by the pioneer freedom foundation in San Francisco a big deal to her as it was to live at the turn of the century another life's goal and again the book by Richard Rhodes is called Eddie's folly the wife and breakthrough inventions of Hedy lamarr the most beautiful woman in the world a grateful woman grateful for the country that adopted her and saved her from the ravages of Nazism a little more story here on our American story hi hi where the producers producers our American stories find our American network and we would like to hear your story if you or someone you know has an interesting story that you would like to share with America simply email us a picture and a paragraph the picture and a paragraph to your story our American network dot org just a picture yep that's all you need did you or someone you know served in the military tell us about send a picture in a paragraph to your story at our American network password did you or someone you know that's something dramatic happens we want to know about it in a picture of yourself in a paragraph describing something that happened in your life you would like to share with America and the rest of the world has someone ever done something for you to change your life share with us share it with us share with us we're just having a bad day we want to hear about and we want to hear about share your story with us on our American storage your story is important to us and our listeners to share your story email us a picture of her your.

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Honey still he's lying to you he put you in the crawl space that has been complete you know that is his basement actually no well he it is it's a safe place now I have a ten foot ten foot deep finish crawl space with a big screen TV because the time we're in a flood plain so I just got a permit for a crawl space and just dug it really deep you have been skirting the regulation I'm sorry I have a hard time people tell me I'm an American I'm into freedom there you go now we're talkin don't your freedoms for security now we honor vivus Malcolm joins us on the program out from you and may we what special and now you're fine he did get a mail no thank you but wait degree it won't double that old well the only one that will be done right Malcolm you know what there's a place for him mark my words your fingers on that dump button the whole way this is true mark my words this is just the beginning people are going crazy inside of their home mark my word Malcolm will be what the phone lines will be jammed with mouth we will survive this whole time you know what you know what's really going to help is when the temperatures warm up I really so that we can go out in fact last night when I pulled up from work the neighbors they had a loaf of fire pit going in the coldest sack and everybody was maintaining their six foot yeah around the because they just wanted to be out they want to know what they want to have two kids with a lot we have a lot of tenders got kids in my my Becky and Dave have kids so they're running around if you want to have fun with it and you're you're under the age of thirty look up Bob Hope Bing Crosby Dorothy learn more the road shows you will have a blast watching him these are the two guys would be on the road to you know Costa Rica endorsing the more was always the the heartthrob you know but they would always in they get themselves and chances however it's but they're old old movies that you would really enjoy the road shows I think I'm going I remember now have sinking a blazing saddles and yeah have a lot more what is the character and figure that one out is it Hedy lamarr Hedy lamarr yeah so is Bernadette Peters I remember that and she had a list what I mean is so wrong I know put member only Cavalli sitting around the campfire passing gas that was hilarious you know if if we sophomoric humor you could not make that movie now okay that's a movie that can be released I know we can not a chance we can get our pronouns straight not anywhere in the world we're going to do a movie like that two three nine ninety three ninety three coming right back Mike Janet Rebecca hang on the line right your call is ninety three W. why BC it's all in here for Solomon hardware and garden who so let me tell you what we have going on in store absolutely nothing with this is a weird thing ran is you don't want to promote ask somebody to give vent to draw a bunch of people sure but you gotta pay the rent I pay the rent I have people that are taking a paycheck so at our stores you do cook curbside so you can call the store and will get shorter together you call us when you arrive we'll bring it right out to you that's awesome we will also deliver free ten miles from any of our stores with a fifty dollar purchase with a fifty dollar purchase up to twenty twenty miles or twenty five miles it's twenty five Bucks would really broader delivery fees down so we can bring you out a big green egg a trigger a Weber grill we can bring you out you know ten bags of charcoal whatever it is so you can either you can email us at events at Solomon hardware dot com that's events that Solomon hardware dot com or you can just call.

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"My east side yes well I moved here from the east coast so I felt like the best place for me to get out would be the east side of Madison and I stayed there I love it it really does very nicely on the east side or two because I'm really street area okay let my children since I live in the town of Madison on the south side of the belt line so so I still have you know roots in south Madison yes I love it yes I said I got I've I've got a couple of things that that happened for me on the on the south side of Madison like because I sat like fifth office hatcheries in the south side of the park St Edward or non Olin park area belt line yeah can can look like it I'm so that's March fourteenth nineteen ninety minutes in March nineteen Thursday is there a site or a page where folks can keep up on that and invite on Facebook through the city of Madison planning department okay at the end right what's that what's the event called it's called old arm I believe it's called photo gallery south Madison photo gallery okay and you can go to the south met you can go to the city planning department Facebook page and you can also go on my Facebook page which is heavy Lamar photography and there's information there as well about Jack Henry Lamar what photography Hedy lamarr photography that's what's up yeah you take great pictures you're everywhere you're capturing moments and you know I feel like what I believe about photography as light the impact happens just millimeters behind that lands it's not what you see is is really that photographer right that captures those moments captures the beauty and really captures history right and what I love about seeing for photos I love being in photo I bet you've been inside I have been in sound I have been inside but that's was really magnificent for sure about about what you do and about this event on the nineteenth so folks get out there check out the photo gallery happen in March nineteen and then so the Madison city planning website they'll be able to find out more info when I should shout out current wealth as well from that I'm city arts because she's actually the one who approached me and said Hey you know we should talk about you getting involved because I've seen your work and you know so I give her much love for supporting me and helping me through this process and also Madison college.

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Eight forty WHAS twenty ready in for Terry miners and Dave Jennings in for Jody only Devlin's yeah what's up buddy fun watching the NFL yesterday I looked at my little screen in there and said wait a minute teddy and Lamar hi teddy Omar I'm sure there's an old Hollywood joke there somewhere Hedy lamarr right so their plan back in back back back that's like no no no quit their own picks Lamar but his team but then teddy bears are looked at your brief three hundred twelve yards they beat the Buccaneers great day Packers held on to beat the cowboys not sure what that defense was in the second half of that I'm watching nine NFL highlight reel and Jay Gruden's talking about his I guess his job outlooks after going in five any said let's see if my key works on Monday and it doesn't sit by the red skins fired him after starting a one five for the first time since one he took over as coach back in twenty fourteen he was thirty five forty nine and one made the playoffs wants bill Callahan the assistant coach takes over on an interim basis if they do well is a pretty good candidate to take over permanently he was the head coach of the raiders back in the early two thousands and took him to the Superbowl in his first year and then there were your Steelers cell Earl Thomas will not be suspended for knocking out quarterback Mason rude often Baltimore's went on Sunday is trying to make a throw in the third quarter then he was drilled in the channel eight and look bashes did look Willis's said not malicious it's one of those last year I kinda hit so Pittsburgh already out there Ben Roethlisberger's already down so the devil's Devlin Hodges I don't know I have no idea but I know that he did okay he was not terrible he had a chance to where you can recover that point are of the fumble at the end of the game and then the game basically but he be pushed the player off the blocking instead of recovering from four teams in the majors going for sweeps today the Astros in Yankees looking for action those who are looking for this week's Tampa Bay holding on leading eight to one in the fifth it's two to one the Braves and the cardinals the and celebrating over there is the cardinals have taken a two nothing lead they need to win to force a game five Dave Jennings newsradio eight forty W. H. A. thank you David yes news radio eight forty WHAS to check in with the market Susie your bank Bloomberg money report what Donna Wilson Donna Hey Tony how's my money well your money is funny today you was stung so modestly lower as investors weigh the outlook for trade deal with China when negotiations resume later this week stocks have been fluctuating right now the Dow was falling forty seven points at St Pete down seven the nasdaq dropping ten but the Bloomberg global indexes slightly.

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"She did was she found out what boat Meyer was taking back from England to return to the United States and booked herself on the same ship then she made it a point to walk by him as frequently as she could and different outfits including one where she was just dressed to the nines decked out in the most amazing down and Myers said I have to have this actress in my studio so he went back to her and gave her a new offer of five hundred dollars per week which she accepted in America she took on the stage name of Hedy lamarr which they figured was a better name at the time there was. a lot of fear of my on my years part of having actors and actresses who had Jewish last names and this is just an unfortunate. side effect of the time so she ended up adopting the name heavy Lamar as her stage name she dated several prominent men including Howard Hughes the businessman pilot film director and later on kind of a. eccentric I guess is the word you use when you're that wealthy but he was famously odd Hughes Alomar struck up a friendship Lamar had built and inventing table in our own home she still enjoyed experimenting and tinkering with stuff and when Howard Hughes found out he ended up giving her a gift of a smaller inventing table one that was semi portable that she can set up in something like a movie trailer so when she was on a movie shoot she can have a little inventing table in her dressing room trailer and have a place to kind of unwind and Tinker with things there's actually a story about Houston Lamar that I want to mention before I go to break Hughes was working hard on building airplanes he was a pilot but he also had design desire to create a plane that was really fast maneuverable largely because he anticipated that the United States military was going to have a need of them with the possibility of war in Europe looming but his designs were not producing the results he wanted so Lamar took a look at these planes which had wings that ended in sort of a squared off shape they call like like flat rectangles extending out from the sides of the plane and then immediately structure is wrong so she went out and bought books on fish and birds and started studying their fans in their wings respectively and Sir looking for the fastest animals in those categories and then looking at their wings and saying how or their fencing how are they shaped how does that help the animal move through the air through the water and then she sketched out a wing for an airplane based on those shapes and told he was he would have better luck with a similar design and he said that she was a genius now. in the next section I'm gonna talk more about the technology that Lamar helped invent and why it was so important but first let's take a quick break to thank our sponsor..

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"She was just dressed to the nines decked out in the most amazing down and Meyer said I have to have this actress in my studio so he went back to her and gave her a new offer of five hundred dollars per week which she accepted in America she took on the stage name of Hedy lamarr which they figured was a better name at the time there was a lot of fear of mall on Meyer's part of having actors and actresses who had Jewish last names and this is just an unfortunate side effect of the time so she ended up adopting the name Hedy lamarr as her stage name she dated several prominent men including Howard Hughes the businessman pilot film director and later on kind of a eccentric I guess is the word you use when you're that wealthy but he was famously awed Hughes and Lamar struck up a friendship Lamar had built and inventing table in our own home she's still enjoy experimenting and tinkering with stuff and when Howard Hughes found out he ended up giving her a gift of a smaller inventing table one that was semi portable that she can set up in something like a movie trailer so when she was on a movie shoot she can have a little inventing table in her dressing room trailer and have a place to kind of unwind and Tinker with things there's actually a story about Houston Lamar that I want to mention before I go to break Hughes was working hard on building airplanes he was a pilot but he also had design desire to create a plane that was really fast and maneuverable largely because he anticipated that the United States military was going to have a need of them with the possibility of war in Europe looming but his designs were not producing the results he wanted so Lamar took a look at these planes which had wings that ended in sort of a squared off shape they call like like flat rectangles extending out from the sides of the plane and then immediately structure is wrong so she went out and bought books on fish and birds and started studying their fans and their wings respectively and Sir looking for the fastest animals in those categories and then looking at their wings and saying how or their fencing how are they shaped how does that help this animal move through the air through the water and then she scheduled a wing for an airplane based on those shapes and told he was he would have better luck with a similar design and he said that she was a genius now in the next section I'm gonna talk more about the technology that Lamar helped invent and why it was so important but first let's take a quick break to thank our sponsor.

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"hedy lamarr" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"hedy lamarr" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"She did was she found out what boat Meyer was taking back from England to return to the United States and booked herself on the same ship then she made it a point to walk by him as frequently as she could and different outfits including one where she was just dressed to the nines decked out in the most amazing down and Meyer said I have to have this actress in my studio so he went back to her and gave her a new offer of five hundred dollars per week which she accepted in America she took on the stage name of Hedy lamarr which they figured was a better name at the time there was a lot of fear of my on my years part of having actors and actresses who had Jewish last names and this is just an unfortunate side effect of the time so she ended up adopting the name Hedy lamarr as her stage name she dated several prominent men including Howard Hughes the businessman pilot film director and later on kind of a eccentric I guess is the word you use when you're that wealthy but he was famously odd Hughes Alomar struck up a friendship Lamar had built and inventing table in our own home she's still enjoy experimenting and tinkering with stuff and when Howard Hughes found out he ended up giving her a gift of a smaller inventing table one that was semi portable that she could set up in something like a movie trailer so when she was on a movie shoot she could have a little inventing table in her dressing room trailer and have a place to kind of unwind and Tinker with things there's actually a story about Houston Lamar that I want to mention before I go to break Hughes was working hard on building airplanes he was a pilot but he also had design desire to create a plane that was really fast and maneuverable largely because he anticipated that the United States military was going to have a need of them with the possibility of war in Europe looming but his designs were not producing the results he wanted so Lamar took a look at these planes which had wings that ended in sort of a squared off shape they tell it like like flat rectangles extending out from the sides of the plane and then immediately structure is wrong so she went out and bought books on fish and birds and started studying their fans in their wings respectively and Sir looking for the fastest animals in those categories and then looking at their wings and saying how or their fencing how are they shaped house that help the animal move through the air through the water and then she scheduled a wing for an airplane based on those shapes and told he was he would have better luck with a similar design and he said that she was a genius now in the next section I'm gonna talk more about the technology that Lamar helped invent and why it was so important but first let's take a quick break to thank our sponsor.

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