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06:20 min | 1 year ago

"hobby extracurricular school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I know, you know. Yeah. What you learn a lot about the Capitol Hill system and then on the movie. We do predict abuse in the Catholic Church because I was a schoolboy. I had the ruler laid to me and none in the movie. She lives on the pointer there, so we were expecting. On the movie were also predicting the militarization of the police with the National Guard chasing the boys. And also these surveillance culture that we live in the Smart's the computers and all the squad cars so well, when you think about what you think of what we were put in that movie, a lot of it's relevant today. It totally is I No, it totally is. But you're talking about, you know, being ah in school Catholic school and how much you actually did put the movie since you wrote it, Of course. But when you were a young age you really didn't intend on getting into comedy in acting. You studied criminology. On other things in school. What What? What? What changed it for you, Dan that you said, you know? No, I think I'm going to go in this direction. Well, it was never our intention to going to theatre of comedy was just there. It's kind of a hobby Extracurricular school thing. Ah, you know, and just something that seemed fun and cuts on DH, you know, in high school and college and really what? Well, you're right. It wasn't an intention I had expected. To go into sociology that but I met a woman named Valerie Brownfield. She's in the moving nothing but trouble. The movie I direct debit ended by directing career but nonetheless a good, serviceable comedy. You can get it on DH. I've I've got young kids millennials walking up and saying they love that. Yeah, absolutely Thought the Valerie Brownfield. She plays a police officer in the movie, she She kind of, uh, we met at Immaculata High School where she was doing plays and I was doing place. I was at ST Pious, the tension in that parochial Catholic system. There were some really actually good educators. Really fine educators and find people. You know. You can't lump everybody about The whole scandal. There are many, many. Then I gotta get a good education. And there were many fine, really great. Conscientious, dedicated people in the theater programs were good. So I met Valerie in a theater program. Li We started to write sketches together. And we sold them to a television station. We had a show called Change for a quarter was a black and white 15 minutes show where we did these little sketches with three robot cameras and one operator and That was why black back when he videotaped it was it was one inch wide and big blue suitcase. And so we started to develop sketches and ideas and eventually went to second city and, uh, you know, she college basically, that was you're not going to be a prison guard. She said. You're coming with me. So you opened my eyes and we were partners in comedy We wrote. We weren't actually what we work from Lorne Michaels, the summer of 1969. On the great Canadian humor tests we wrote and performed on that together and I went to join Lord and Saturn that now now Valerie's an educator widens educator and one of the funniest, smartest on greatest people, So I was kind of busted out of that. Normal headed towards a career in government by by that look, great lady. That's amazing. That's pretty cool. I know you were also doing a show on CBC called the Hardened Lorne. Terrific hour, and there was Andrea Martin was Victor Garber. But is that where you met Lauren Michaels? Or was it before that, Dan? Yes, I met Warren a little previous to that, Uh, when I went to CBC with some shows with Valerie, and they sort of the generation there that was running the Wayne and Shuster showing And other things they kind of didn't get our comedy, But they said, Well, there's somebody downstairs in the office downstairs in room. Whatever named Lorne Michaels, he might get this better than we're getting. So we went down that the he hired us for that summer. That's where I met Lauren. Yes, that's very cool. You know, You talked about second City, you know, obviously, Ontario and back here in Chicago, where you met John Belushi, Harold Ramos, among others, But, you know, I'm assuming your time later, you you still look back fondly on your time here in Chicago. Oh, no, I think it's my It's my adopted American city. It's a city that adopted me when I first got my working papers as a Canadian immigrants to the U. S. For which the resident alien, I would You know, I got my papers to go to work in Chicago. That was my first stage. One was the work of second City so And John Candy had the place pretty wired. He swapped Cos the Toronto company went down in 70 for the summer 74 performed in Chicago Chicago company came to Toronto. And candy came up to Toronto with Chicago Chicago company on But he had the place just just wired out All the great restaurants all the great with clubs all look, you know. Although you know that, you know, just well, street. Oh, yeah. And you know the old town fabulously old town on the taverns, little bars and you know, just little spots. And then, of course, wise fools. Kingston Mind Blues on Halstead. Buddy Guy's legends. The first one. Now there's another one so loved I was getting I was getting that summer of 74 was very instrumental in conceiving the Blues brothers because I was being exposed to great harp playing, taking less dining Little Joe Burson and listening to Lori Bell carry Bell. Andi all these great players and going to see them in the clubs and just really appreciating their their gifts and enjoying that music and that also reading the papers. That's the time about how you know the the Department of Education Government Cook County assessor was going to attack some church properties. You know, And then I'm not searching state. But that was an interesting kind of political damage that maybe there that might be the roots of you know something there, so I I took all I took a lot of Chicago with me out of it. That summer of 74. I think it was instrumental in writing. The blues Brothers just locations the architect, you know, that's very cool. Very cool. We're talking to Dan Ackroyd. And there's more after this on 7 20 w GM.

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"hobby extracurricular school" Discussed on WGN Radio

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06:21 min | 1 year ago

"hobby extracurricular school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah. I would let you learn a lot about the Capitol Hill system and then a movie. We do predict abuse in the Catholic Church because I was a schoolboy. I had the ruler laid to me and none in the movie. She lives on the pointer there, so we were expecting. On the movie were also predicting the militarization of the police with the National Guard chasing the boys. And also the surveillance culture that we live in the Smart's the computers and all the squad cars so well, when you think about what you think of what we were put in that movie, a lot of it's relevant today. It totally is I No, it totally is. You're talking about, you know, being ah in school Catholic school and how much you actually did put the movie since you wrote it, Of course. But when you were a young age you really didn't intend on getting into comedy acting. You studied criminology. On other things in school. What What? What? What changed it for you, Dan that you said, you know? No, I think I'm going to go in this direction. Well, it was never our intention to going to theatre of comedy was just there. It's kind of a hobby Extracurricular school thing. Ah, you know, and just something that seemed fun and cuts on DH, you know, including high school and college and really well, you're right. It wasn't an intention I had expected. To go into sociology that but I met a woman named Valerie Brownfield. She's in the moving nothing but trouble. The movie I direct debit ended by directing career but nonetheless a good, serviceable comedy. You can get it on DH. I've I've got young kids millennials walking up and saying they love that. Yeah, absolutely Thought of comedy and Valerie Brownfield. She plays the police officer in the movie, she She kind of, uh, we met at Immaculata High School where she was doing plays and I was doing place. I was at ST Pious Attention that parochial Catholic system. There were some really actually good educators. Really fine educators and find people. You know you can't lump everybody about The whole scandal era. There were many, many then I gotta get a good education. And there were many fine, really great dead. Conscientious. Dedicated people in the theater programs were good. So I met Valerie in a theater program. Li we started to write sketches together. And we sold them to a television station. We had a show called Change for 1/4 was a black and white 15 minutes show where we did these little sketches with three robot cameras and one operator and That was why black back when he videotaped it was it was one inch wide and big blue suitcase. And so we started to develop sketches and ideas and eventually went to second city and you know she college. Basically, that was you're not gonna be a prison guard, she said. You're coming with me to open my eyes and we were partners in comedy We wrote. We were eventually what we work from Lorne Michaels, the summer of 1969. On the great Canadian humor tests we wrote and performed on that together and I went to join Lord and siren that now now Valerie's an educator, Haydn's educator and one of the funniest, smartest, greatest people, so I was kind of busted out of that. Normal headed towards a career in government by by that look, great lady. That's amazing. That's pretty cool. I know you were also doing a show on CBC called the Hardened Lorne. Terrific hour, and there was Andrea Martin was Victor Garber. But is that where you met Lauren Michaels? Or was it before that, Dan? Yes, I met Lauren. A little previous to that, Uh, when I went to CBC with some shows with Valerie, and they sort of the generation there that was running the Wayne and Shuster showing And other things they kind of didn't get our comedy, But they said, Well, there's somebody downstairs in the office downstairs in room. Whatever named Lorne Michaels, he might get this better than we're getting. So we went down the way he hired us for that summer. That's where I met Lauren. Yes, that's very cool. You know, You talked about second City, you know, obviously, Ontario and back here in Chicago, where you met John Belushi, Harold Ramos, among others, But, you know, I'm assuming your time here, you you still look back Finally in your time here in Chicago. Oh, I think it's my It's my adopted American city. It's a city that adopted me when I first got my working papers as a Canadian immigrants to the U. S. For which the resident alien, I would You know, I got my papers to go to work in Chicago. That was my first stage. One was to put work. Second city so And John Candy had the place pretty wired. He we swapped Cos the Toronto company went down in 70 for summer 74 performed in Chicago Chicago company came to Toronto. And candy came up to Toronto with Chicago Chicago company on But he had the place just just wired out All the great restaurants all the great little clubs all look, you know. Although you know that, you know, just well, street. Oh, yeah. And you know the old town fabulous you down on the caverns, little bars and you know, just little spots. And then, of course, wise fools. Kingston Mines Blues on Halstead. Buddy Guy's legends. The 1st 1 Now there's another one, but sure, So, yeah, I loved I was getting I was getting that summer of 74 was very instrumental in conceiving the Blues brothers because I was being exposed to great harp playing, taking the dining Little Joe Burson and listening to Laurie Bell carry Bell. Andi all these great players and going to see them in the clubs and just really appreciating their their gifts and enjoying that music and that also reading the papers. That's the time about how you know the the Department of Education Government Cook County assessor was going to attack some church properties. You know, And that man that church and state that I thought that was an interesting kind of political dynamic that maybe there that might be the roots of you know something there, so I I took all I took a lot of Chicago with me out of That summer of 74 I think it was instrumental in in writing. The Blues Brothers just locations the architect, you know, that's very cool. Very cool. We're talking to Dan Ackroyd. And there's more after this on 7 20 W g N first.

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"hobby extracurricular school" Discussed on WGN Radio

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05:33 min | 1 year ago

"hobby extracurricular school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah. So I would let you learn a lot about the Capitol Hill system and then a movie. We do predict abuse in the Catholic Church because I was a schoolboy. I had the ruler laid Jimmy and none in the movie. She lives on the pointer there, so we were expecting. On the movie were also predicting the militarization of the police with the National Guard chasing the boys. And also the surveillance culture that we live in the Smart's the computers and all the squad cars so well, when you think about when you think about we were put in that movie. A lot of it's relevant today. It totally is I No, it totally is. You're talking about, you know, being ah in school Catholic school and how much you actually did put the movie since you wrote it, Of course. But when you were a young age you really didn't intend on getting into comedy in acting. You studied criminology. On other things in school. What What? What? What changed it for you, Dan that you said, you know? No, I think I'm going to go in this direction. Well, it was never our intention to go into theater comedy was just there. It's kind of a hobby Extracurricular school thing. Ah, you know, and just something that seems fun and cuts on DH, you know, in in high school and college and really well, you're right. It wasn't an intention I had expected. To go into sociology that but I met a woman named Valerie Brownfield. She's in the moving nothing but trouble. The movie I direct debit ended by directing career but nonetheless a good, serviceable comedy. You can get it on DH. I've I've got young kids millennials walking up and saying they love that. Yeah, absolutely Thought of me and Valerie Brownfield. She plays a police officer in the movie, she She kind of, uh, we met at Immaculata High School where she was doing plays and I was doing place were I was at ST Pious. The tension in that parochial Catholic system. There were some really actually good educators. Really fine educators. I'm fine people, You know, you can't lump everyone about The whole scandal era. There were many, many then I gotta get a good education and with many fine, really great, conscientious, dedicated people in the theater programs were good. So I met Valerie in a theater program. Li We started to write sketches together. And we sold them to a television station. We had a show called Change for 1/4 was a black and white 15 minutes show where we did these little sketches with three robot cameras and one operator and That was why black back when he videotaped it was it was one inch wide and big blue suitcase. And so we started to develop sketches and ideas and eventually went to second city and you know, she Knowledge. Basically, that was you're not gonna be a prison guard, she said. You're coming with me to open my eyes and we were partners in comedy. We wrote. We weren't actually what we worked on Lorne Michaels, the summer of 1969. On the great Canadian humor tests we wrote and performed on that together and I went to join Lord and siren that now now valleys and educator, Haydn's educator and one of the funniest, smartest, greatest people, so I was kind of busted out of that. Normal, you know, headed towards a career in government by by that car looked great lady. That's amazing. That's pretty cool. I know you were also doing a show on CBC called the Hardened Lorne. Terrific hour, and there was Andrea Martin was Victor Garber. But is that where you met Lauren Michaels? Or was it before that? Yes, I met Lauren. A little previous to that, Uh, when I went to CBC with some shows with Valerie, and they sort of the the the generation there that was running the Wayne and Shuster showing And other things they kind of didn't get our comedy, But they said, Well, there's somebody downstairs in the office downstairs in room. Whatever name Lorne Michaels, he might get this better than we're getting. So we went down that she hired us for that summer. That's where I met Lauren. Yes, that's very cool. You know, You talked about second City, you know, obviously, Ontario and back here in Chicago, where you met John Belushi, Harold Ramos, among others, But, you know, I'm assuming your time here you you still look back fondly on your time here in Chicago. Own. I think it's my It's my adopted American city. It's a city that adopted me when I first got my working papers as a Canadian immigrants to the U. S. For which the resident alien, I would You know, I got my papers to go to work in Chicago. That was my first stage. One was to put work. Second city so And John Candy had the place pretty wired. He we swapped Cos the Toronto company went down in 70 for summer 74 performed in Chicago Chicago company came to Toronto. And candy came up to Toronto with Chicago Chicago company on But he had the place just just wired out All the great restaurants, all a great little clubs, all of you know, Although you know that, you know, just well Street area and you know the old town fabulous down on the caverns, little bars and you know, just little spots. And then, of course, wise fools. Kingston Mines Blues on Halstead. Buddy Guy's legends. The 1st 1 Now there's another one, but I'm sure so loved I was getting I was getting that summer of 74 was very instrumental in conceiving the Blues brothers because I was being exposed to great harp playing, taking less dining Little Joe Burson and listening to Laurie Bell carry Bell. Andi all these great players and going to see them in the clubs.

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06:19 min | 1 year ago

"hobby extracurricular school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah. I would let you learn a lot about the Capitol Hill system and then on the movie. We do predict abuse in the Catholic Church because I was a schoolboy. I had the ruler laid to me and none in the movie. She lives on the pointer there, so we were expecting. On the movie were also predicting the militarization of the police. The National Guard chasing the boys And also these surveillance culture that we live in the Smart's the computers and all the squad cars. And when you think about what you think of what we were put in that movie, a lot of it's relevant today. It's Holi is I? No, it totally is. You're talking about, you know, being ah in school Catholic school and how much you actually did put the movie since you wrote it, Of course. But when you were a young age you really didn't intend on getting into comedy in acting. You studied criminology. Yeah. And other things in school. What? What? What? What changed it for you, Dan that you said, you know? No, I kind of got to go in this direction. Well, it was never our intention to go into theater comedy was just there. It's kind of a hobby extracurricular school, saying Ah, you know, and just something that seems fun. And Constance on DH, you know, in in high school and college and really well, you're right. It wasn't an intention I had expected. To go into sociology that but I met a woman named Valerie Brownfield. She's in the moving nothing but trouble. The movie I direct debit ended by directing career but nonetheless a good, serviceable comedy. You can get it on DH. I've I've got young kids millennials walking up and saying they love that. Yeah, absolutely Thought of me and Valerie Brownfield. She plays a police officer in the movie, she She kind of, uh, we met at Immaculata High School where she was doing place and I was doing place. I was at ST Pious, the tension in that parochial Catholic system. There were some really actually good educators. Really fine educators and find people. You know. You can't lump everybody about The whole scandal era. There were many, many man, I gotta get a good education and with many fine, really great, conscientious, dedicated people in the theater programs were good. So I met Valerie in a theater program. Li We started to write sketches together. And we sold them to a television station. We had a show called Change for 1/4 was a black and white 15 minutes show where we did these little sketches with three robot cameras and one operator and That was why black back when he videotaped it was it was one inch wide and big suitcase. And so we started to develop sketches and ideas and eventually went to second city and negotiate knowledge. Basically, that was, you're not gonna be a prison guard, she said. You're coming with me to the open house and we were partners in comedy. We wrote. We wouldn't actually what we worked on Lauren Michaels of Summer, 1969 on the great Canadian humor tests we wrote and performed on that together. And I went to join Lord and Saturday night Now now Valerie's an educator, Haydn's educator, and one of the funniest, smartest and greatest people, so I was kind of busted out of that. Normal headed towards a career in government by by that look, great lady. That's amazing. That's pretty cool. I know you were also doing a show on CBC called the Hardened Lorne. Terrific hour, and there was Andrea Martin was Victor Garber. But is that where you met Lauren Michaels? Or was it before that? Damn? Yes, I met Lauren. A little previous to that when I went to CBC with some shows with Valerie, and they sort of the the the generation there that was running the Wayne and Shuster showing And other things they kind of didn't get our comedy, But they said, Well, there's somebody downstairs in the office downstairs in room. Whatever named Lorne Michaels, he might get this better than we're getting. So we went down that she hired us for that summer. That's where I met Lauren. Yes, that's very cool. You know, You talked about second City, you know, obviously, Ontario and back here in Chicago, where you met John Belushi, Harold Ramos, among others, But, you know, I'm assuming your time here you you still look back fondly on your time here in Chicago. Oh, no, I think it's my It's my adopted American city. It's a city that adopted me when I first got my working papers as a Canadian immigrants to the U. S. For which the resident alien, I would You know, I got my papers to go to work in Chicago. That was my first stage. One was the work of second City so And John Candy had the place pretty wired. He we swapped Cos the Toronto company went down in 70 for the summer 74 performed in Chicago Chicago company came to Toronto. And candy came up to Toronto, Chicago Chicago company on But he had the place just just wired out All the great restaurants all the great with clubs all look, you know. Although you know that, you know, just well Street area and you know the old town fabulously old town on the caverns, little bars and you know, just little spots. And then, of course, wise fools. Kingston Mines Blues on Halstead. Buddy Guy's legends. The 1st 1 Now there's another one. But I'm sure so loved I was getting I was getting that summer of 74 was very instrumental in conceiving the Blues brothers because I was being exposed to great harp playing, taking dining Little Joe Burson and listening to Laurie Bell carry Bell. Andi all these great players and going to see them in the clubs and just really appreciating their their gifts and enjoying that music and that also reading the papers. That's the time about how you know the the Department of Education Government Cook County assessor was going to attack some church properties. You know, And then that old church in state that I thought that was an interesting kind of political damage that maybe there that might be the roots about you know something there, so I took all I took a lot of Chicago with me out of it. That summer of 70 for I think it was instrumental in writing. The Blues Brothers just locations the Ark advisor. You know, that's very cool. Very cool. We're talking to Dan Ackroyd. And there's more after this on 7 20 WG in.

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"hobby extracurricular school" Discussed on WGN Radio

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05:34 min | 1 year ago

"hobby extracurricular school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah yeah yeah yeah she well I would be able to learn a lot about the Catholic school system and then the movie we do predict abuse in the Catholic Church because I was there as a school boy I had the relate to me and not in the movie she lays on the pointer there so we were expecting the movie we're also predicting the militarization of the police of the National Guard chasing the boys and also the surveillance culture that we live in the east mods we are the computers and all squad cars well you when you think about when you think of what we were put in that movie if a lot of it's relevant today it totally is I don't totally is that you're talking about you know being in in school Catholic school and how much you actually did put the movie since you wrote it of course but when you're a young age you really didn't intend on getting a comedy acting you study criminology and other things in school what what what what changed it for you Dan that you said you know not a compelling to go 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can't lump everybody and what about the whole scandal are around many many more and I got a good education and what many find really are great judge conscientious dedicated people in the theater programs were good so I met ballerina feeder program we we started to write sketches together and we sold them to a television station we we had a show called the change recorder it was a black and white fifty minute show where we did these little sketches with three robot cameras and one operator and and that was why black back when video tape what was it was one inch wide and here I think will suit case and so we we started to develop sketches and ideas and eventually went to second city and you know she which basically probably not gonna be a prison guard you said you're coming with me about three open eyes and we were partners in comedy we wrote we would actually we work from morning Michael's assignments nineteen sixty nine on the great Canadian humor test we wrote and performed on that together and I want Jack to join warning siren that not always an educator she has a look harden said educator and and one of the funniest and smartest and been greatest people so I was kind of busted out of that formal you know headed towards job a career in government bye bye that car like great lady that's amazing that's pretty cool I know you're also doing a show on CBC called the heart Lauren terrific our nose and Martin was Victor Garber but is that where you met Lorne Michaels or was it before that then yes I met Martin Luther previous to that when we I went to CBC with some shows with Valerie and they sort of being the the the generation there was running away and Schuster Shawn and other things they kind of didn't get our comedy but they said well or somebody downstairs in in an office downstairs room whatever name Lorne Michaels he might get this better than we're getting and so we went down that need you he hired us for that summer and that's why medline yes ma'am that's very cool you know you talked about second city you know obviously on Terry on back here in Chicago where he met John Belushi Harold Ramos among others but you know I I'm assuming you're tired or you you you you still look back fondly on your time here in Chicago all right I think it's my it's my adopted American city it's a sitting atop with me when I first got my working papers as a Canadian immigrants are you the last stuff well the resident alien I would doubt like you know I got my papers to go to work in Chicago that was my first H. one was the work of second city so and John candy had the place pretty wired he we swapped companies which are auto company went down in seventy for the summer seventy four performed at your problem Chicago company came to Toronto and candy came up to Toronto with the Chicago public company and but he had the place just just wired out all the great restaurants already with the clubs all of you know all our you know and you know just well street yeah and let me get out of the tonks fabulously old bald on the Channel Islands little bars and you know just little spots and then of course why schools Kingston mines Luzon Hallstatt buddy guy's legends the first one now there's another one but sure so yeah I loved I I was getting so I was getting that summer seventy four was very instrumental in conceiving the blues brothers because I was being exposed to great harp playing taking lots of dining little job person and listening to Lori bell Kerry bell.

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