23 Burst results for "Humphrey Bogart"
A Look Back at the Life of Mickey Rooney
"Let me tell you, Mickey Rooney obviously was at one point the biggest movie star in the world for the late 30s to the early 40s at the peak of his career between the ages of 15 and 25. He made 43 films. 43 films in ten years. I know Bruce Willis just did that, but that's because they propped them up and put on earpiece in his ear and he was able to it's sad what happened to Bruce Willis, but no actor does 43 films in ten years. But Mickey Rooney was one of MGM's most consistently successful actors, very versatile performer and, you know, Lawrence Olivier, once said he considered Rooney the best there ever was, which is insane because most people believe Lawrence Olivier was the best there was, and I'm gonna tell you, I never enjoyed anything Mickey Rooney was in. If I'm being honest, never got the attraction. The Andy hardy movies? No, they were corny to me. I know those were the times we lived in, but I'd rather see Jimmy cagney Humphrey Bogart in a gangster film. I enjoyed a few things he was in when he was an old man, like that movie Bill. Very poignant movie, Mickey played an old man named Bill who'd been institutionalized by his mother since he was a child, and he finally gets out and ventures out into the big city where a nice family takes him in and he finally feels what it's like to be loved in his 60s. Dennis Quaid was in it. A made for TV movie. And I'm sure he never got over the fact that he turned down the role of Archie bunker, that had to hurt looking back, but Nikki Rooney made millions in his career. As a matter of fact, the first Broadway show I ever saw was sugar babies with Mickey and Ann Miller and they did that show over 1200 times and then it went everywhere for the next 5 years and he never missed one single performance. The guy was making $65,000 a week. However, he was a degenerate gambler and he lost a ton of his life's earnings. And he applied for bankruptcy later in life, which is so sad when a movie star does that. By the time he passed, he had 18 $1000 to his name.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on KOMO
"The answer to solving gun violence in America is prevention not prohibition Instead of sitting down and going okay what is really causing this Why do we see these happening more and more It immediately becomes a debate about taking away guns Appearing on Fox News Sunday House minority whip Steve scalise said the U.S. should be focused on stopping shootings before they happen rather than revoking the right to own a gun from law abiding citizens The Louisiana Republican pointed to measures taken after 9 11 as an example Scalise was seriously wounded in a D.C. area shooting in 2017 He said Congress should be looking into the root cause of why mass shootings happen The original Gerber baby has died and Turner cook the original Gerber baby is dead at the age of 95 Coco was 5 months old when a neighbor drew her scratch and submitted it for a national contest Gerber was having in 1928 The company fell in love with cook's image and made her face the face of Gerber baby food Her identity was kept secret for over 40 years rumors swirled for decades that the baby could be Humphrey Bogart Elizabeth Taylor or even Shirley Temple but in the 1970s cook revealed that it was her face on goebbels products worldwide She had become an English teacher and mystery novelist as well as a mother herself Northwest news radio listen more no more The yellow school bus is growing green the 5 administration is doling out $500 million from the bipartisan infrastructure Bill to be spent on zero emission buses at districts across the country Vice president Kamala Harris says 95% of the 500,000 school buses in America run on diesel fuel She says exposure to diesel exhaust can lead to health.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on Key Battles of American History
"It is a very specific article. It is a very specific amendment, much more specific than a lot of our other amendments, quite frankly. And I think this movie must have influenced a lot of future movies that were kind of similar. I'm sitting here thinking about the movie crimson tide where oh yeah. Denzel Washington is the second in command and he relieves Gene Hackman. I'm sure there's others that I'm not thinking of. And like I said, this movie was influenced by the mutiny on the bounty. So there's a lot of there's a lot of recurring influences in pop culture and this is one of them. But I think captain quig is definitely the other influence in this film is what we did. So there's a lot of pop culture influence in this film in this film is very in story is very influential. You'll see all kinds of references and TV about there's captain cue. And anytime you've got kind of a Martin had or a Taskmaster unstable Taskmaster authority figure, they'll get referred to as captain queen, you know? All right, now we come to the part that you're all been waiting for. The rating of the film from one to 5 stars, Sean. It's not my favorite. I'll give it three and a half stars, maybe four, somewhere somewhere around there. Okay. Humphrey Bogart's great. He's great. 3.75. That's good. All right, 3.75, just for you. I'm going to go with a four because I love it. I think I like it a little bit better than you, but it's not perfect, obviously. It's a little slow and the Keith stuff is the romance stuff and the stuff of his mother. It's like an iceberg. I think maybe your influence by the book, I've never read the book, but it seems like an artifact of something that just like, that doesn't really fit. I don't know why it's still there, you know? Why didn't they just got it? Yeah. That's a good point. And when I read some stuff about the book and about the character of Keith, he was kind of a screw up and then he'd be sort of lucks into or just sort of winds up coming in admiral's favorite and then gets posted in the navy. The film they make it seem like he just got on a Annapolis, right? And he's like, destined for greatness..
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on This Week In Google
"I love this picture of you, did Chris Michael take this? And it must be his. I love it that he let the dot be red and everything else is a monochrome. I love that shot. I love that shot. I had the best dad gum time, and I remember sitting there thinking, this is a photo opportunity for me, but here recently I don't know if it's because of the way COVID is made us think differently. But I had to put my camera down and I just take it in and just enjoy the moment. But it's just one of the best times of my life. That's fun. It was a sailboat? Yeah, on the sailboat. Isn't that nice? Oh, it was great. But some years ago, before your time, we bought an auction a sale around the bay and Humphrey Bogart's old sailboats that somebody at the school auctioned off right around the bay. And we took the twit team. There's a long time ago. But we took the tweet team and went out in the sale. It was a really, it was really fun. And sunset, and being able to watch the sun set on the bay there. It's just beautiful. And I put a couple of shots up on my site for prints if people want to order them at dot com slash print. But it was just a great, great night. Nice. And lastly, I want to say good luck to the little weirdo and the hard hit. What's going on with a hard head? This is our opening week for track season. The niece. She wanted she wanted to learn how to do hurdles, or I taught her on that, and she's doing really that good. And I can't wait to make the camera distort.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Right now you hear all this bad talk about Monsanto, but I want to tell you the worst things you can hear about Monsanto is not even bad enough. That's one of the most evil dangerous corporations in the world. And here's one reason herbicide roundup, which has been foisted off on almost all American farmers. They're putting it on all our food crops. And it has been shown to be not only a carcinogenic according to the world health center. But I'm looking at a graph here that was prepared by the individuals of learning disabilities act. And they traced from 1990 to 2010, the rise in the use of herbicide with site. And then they track on a red line, the rise of autism and a match. They parallel all the way up. So in other words, it is this that's causing so many kids to be autistic. In fact, the eye quote in my book, a MIT research scientist named doctor Stephanie Senate who says at today's rate by 2025, one and every two children will be autistic. She says, in my view, the situation is almost beyond repair. We need to do something drastic. And she is connected autism also to glyphosate major ingredient of her Monsanto's roundup. But of course Monsanto is such a worldwide ridge corporation that it'll be like cigarettes. It will take years for us to finally understand that this is really harmful and that it's really hurting people. And by that time, they will have moved on to something else. And that reminds me of something too bob and I'm sure you remember this. I know how you are, but you can sound like grown man's I'm sure you remember when on TV. We would see advertisements on TV and movie stars. Humphrey Bogart and Lucille Ball and doctors,.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"What it be and welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds, podcast, I'm your host Ryan Budd, thanks for checking out my show. If you like trivia, you are in the right place 'cause we give it to you every weekday here in the form of ten or sometimes more questions. You know I have been meaning to do for a while is do like a 50 or a hundred question just like rapid fire quiz, and just totally random stuff, just in case you're in the car and you want something a little bit longer to battle in. So be on the lookout for that. That'll be like a holiday special edition episode with 50 or a hundred questions, probably totally random questions, just for you to battle with, that will become a very soon, but until we get to that, we've got an episode for you on The Godfather and quotes from that movie written by listener Robert Casey and a couple of preview questions here before we get into the meat of the episode. These are from a page a day calendar. These are just a couple of random ones I'll read you. And here we go. In Marvel Comics, what is the real name of the superhero known as Captain Marvel? And the answer there is Carol danvers, Carol's story was brought to life in the 2019 film Captain Marvel, starring Brie Larson, Carroll danvers. And another one, what is the most abundant chemical element in the human body? It is going to be oxygen, which accounts for about 65% of a human's body, mass, and how about this one? Lauren Bacall and her husband Humphrey Bogart famously costarred in several films in the mid 20th century. What was bacall's first film after the death of Bogart? The answer there was the gift of love, 1958, which is a remake of the 1946 film sentimental journey. It's very heavy. Just some warm up questions for you. Before we dive into some more, movie, friendly trivia from The Godfather, we're gonna do those ten questions right now. Here we go. All right, quotes from The Godfather here's question number one. Someday, and that day may never come, I will call upon you to blank. There are 5 words missing here, fill in those 5 words. Number one, someday and that they may never come. I will call upon you two. Blank.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'
"What i do. So it was filmed sometime after in or after eighteen. I'm sorry after nineteen eighty-nine Because there's a sports illustrated magazine that we see and then finding that cover going back to Through the archives That are available on the internet is able to find the year and obviously the stories from the eighties. Because you probably can't make a short film about a school shooting after columbine without having it be a much heavier much heavier than what this was. Yeah and this one was pretty true to the story as well and the only thing was that he had killed his remain. Yes in addition that was like. Oh okay like i guess it was jarring a dead body and one thing that i really liked him. The story was the parents in their daughter in that whole family getting slaughtered in front of each other and they didn't do that here. Shot a bunch of kids playing football but those kids playing football to the dynamite job. Diana i tell you that much and the kid that was obnoxious. I liked his character. He they all played it really really well. I don't wanna be like horrible. I don't wanna be like a horrible nerd here or anything. But the gun that he uses in the stories at pistol. And i don't think it would have the kind of range to to kill people outright that quickly from the angles they all die out in the story in the book in the film. Oh gotcha gotcha Speaking pistols they changed. Humphrey bogart pissed. The hungary bullard poster. So that it's just him smoking and not with the pistols. Make a prediction about that sure. They didn't change that. They couldn't find that poster. I figured to they found just any any any all bogey. It's weird to see like that time period where the eighties were becoming the nineties and to see it on kind of pre all the schools shooting dread that apparently we talked about when we talked about that story in our previous episode..
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on Write About Now
"Like in people is a bad. They're still helping india ten. That's i don't know not crazy. Still being older people sitting on the bus stops. There's chairs inquest stops out there. The tend to make it to right right all right so i miss you on television and for those of you have gotten into habit of watching haro every night. I hope you're gonna miss because i'm going to miss you. But remembering humphrey bogart. In casa blanca will always have hardball. So let's not say goodbye but till we meet again. I mean i really it was kind of almost a ritual to watch you and it was very surprising you were just one day. You weren't there anymore. Well when there was there any more somebody wrote an article about ally complimented them the makeup room. The makeup share five years before in front of everybody. So was i wasn't gonna deny. I gave for whatever motive just you know. How come i fall in love with. Someone crossed the roman next year. Rather and i said oh well that's the act and i just said i'm resigning i'm retired so i mean in some ways you're a you're a victim. I think unfairly. I'll say it to. What the republicans to what they complain about about liberals about this kind of woke ism and like this kind of almost reformist attitude on the laughed and believe me. I'm as left as they come. But i don't like it either and i don't know i just seemed i feel like you didn't get a fair shake their but there's a lot of different views on this. My view was it happened I knew what position it placed the networks. Let me just be careful here. Okay i i understood what position were in. I say. I put them in it rather than let them decide what to do. I was going to do it. And i have to be careful about this. They don't want to begin to discuss it again. Because i dealt with it very directly i. I'm very honest. I claim to be honest. I i'll make that clinton and.
AJ Discusses Some of His Top Movie Closing Lines
"That line got me thinking about some of the best lines that closed out movies. There's so many of them. But I just thought I'd have some fun and throw in some down. And I think we can all agree Humphrey Bogart saying, Lewis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. I think we can agree that's one of them for sure. One of my personal favorites is a very eerie, scary, sad one, Gloria Swanson, playing the ex silent film star Norma Desmond, and boy, it's such a great view of some old time Hollywood actresses and what they feel about their lives and careers and their beauty. One of the greatest films ever made, but she starts to walk close to the camera and she's talking to the great director Cecil B. DeMille who she apparently worked with when she was in her youth, but she wasn't working anymore. And she's walking toward the camera and she's saying, this is my life. It always will be. There's nothing else just us and the cameras and those wonderful people out there in the dark. All right, mister DeMille, I'm ready for my close up. And by the time she delivers that last line, she's in your face. You see that in a movie theater and that image doesn't leave for a long time. And then we take the 1995, the movie 7. Morgan Freeman, he's got some great lines and Morgan Freeman got some lines. And that movie was intense, and Morgan Freeman is basically summarizing the previous two hours of grief and grimness of David Fincher's movie when he says Ernest Hemingway once wrote the world is a fine place and worth fighting for. I agree with the second part. Oof. What magic with words? I mean, why even invoke the Ernest Hemingway part if all you really want to say is. You know, the world's worth of fighting for it. It's just a very strange way to go about something, but I find it fascinating. And of course, you can't count out it's cheesy, you know, but how can you count out Hannibal lecter? I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner. Silence of the Lambs
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. Some big companies have been swift to speak out against how Texas has dealt with big political issues. Everything from voting rights. Police reform climate change. But the New Texas law banning abortion hasn't generated the same response from corporate America. Governor Greg Abbott told CNBC last week. Texas politics is not hurting business. This is not slowing down. Business is coming to the state of Texas at all. In fact, it is accelerating the process Businesses coming in Texas. Houston Chronicle BUSINESS columnist Chris Tomlinson has been writing about the role of corporate leaders in Texas politics and he joins us now. Thanks for being here. Oh, thanks for having me Rachel, First off. Is there every any evidence of what Governor Abbott is claiming that the new anti abortion law is bringing business to Texas? Our governor is just whistling past the graveyard. It's too early to know, uh, companies that decided to relocate made that decision a year ago two years ago. It's you know, we can't judge anything by what's happening at the moment. Um, Texas is the headquarters for a whole lot of big U. S corporations. And as we noted, several of them went public, quickly criticizing moves by the state's legislature on LGBTQ rights or what they viewed to be insufficient climate policy or gun laws. What is different in this case because they're not speaking out in the same way? We know. In the last four years we've seen GOP conservative lawmakers make clear that they don't feel any sense of accountability to corporate leaders. Both Abbott and our lieutenant governor Dan Patrick, have told them basically stay out of politics, and that's something that would have been unthinkable five years ago. What are the repercussions of that, though I mean it's one thing If governor Abbott says, we need to just separate business from politics, But for corporations and businesses, politics is a big part of of their Brand it can be anyway. How how consumers perceive them. Well, undoubtedly, consumers, Americans in general expect their corporate leaders, the makers of the products they care about to take stands on social issues. And also employees have high expectations from their employers. So I think what we're going to see is a slowdown of companies coming to Texas because their employers don't want to come here and the CEOs don't want to be associated with it. Is there something different about the issue of of abortion? That's that's far less clear cut for some of these corporations and their marketing arms. Than than voting rights or climate change. Yes, There is a a big difference because abortion really does divide the country. It is a an emotional issue. It's one that you know you can't Take a stand on and have an upside if you stand for the climate, Uh, of course you do You want voting rights? That's just being American. But abortion is so much more divisive. It's so much more personal for people. That taking a stand on it just doesn't make any sense. The way that Texas went about this, um and creating this enforcement mechanism that would empower citizens. I mean, this really is exceptional. And is there any expectation that even though there might be might not be the corporate boycotts that just individuals might make decisions not to come to Texas for tourism or recreation or entertainment? You know, I think that's the real risk to the Texas economy is that we do rely quite a bit on tourism, particularly San Antonio with the river walk in the Alamo. Houston is a major convention town. So is Dallas and you know when people vote, you know they're they're voting with their feet. They're voting with their dollars and they're going to choose not to come here because Our reputation is that of a deeply socially conservative state. Business columnist Chris Tomlinson with the Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express News. Thank you. Thank you. The actor Jean Paul Belmondo has died. He came to fame and don't look at ours New Wave Classic breathless, He went on to become a French national treasure. He was 88 years old. He was often compared to such American icons is Marlon Brando and Humphrey Bogart. NPR's Bob Mondello remembers. He wasn't conventionally handsome. His face was craggy, his nose flat, his eyes hooded and with a cigarette dangling from his lips. He always looked to be spoiling for a fight. But for mid century audiences, his brand of rebellion was the very essence of cool cast him as a professional car thief and existential killer opposite America's Jean Seaburg.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"Yeah i mean going forward and basically make a brand new performance with his likeness and voice and that's it put him in a movie with adam sandler right. Yeah and the possibilities for this. And i remember they had a hoover vacuum commercial. That involved Gene cal no fred astaire dancing up and down with with a vacuum cleaner and that was considered to be controversial at the time because it was essentially resurrecting an actor for performance. That was not intended in now at this digital ai dubbing or or even artificial actors from from your you wanna new favorite humphrey bogart movie. We can do that. So here's the thing they can do. It's not just actors. We know it can. It can a composite of. I don't know four or five of the most famous beautiful actors or actresses they've ever seen. We've ever been on screen and compile brand new actor. Have you ever seen similar one or simone. I don't think so it was now pacino movie where he creates a superstar digital superstars. Maybe i did. Maybe i did see that. Yeah yeah it sounds familiar. Yeah so so chaining art look a i. Don't i don't like this. I don't condone this iced. But this is the beginning of what all of that is going to be You can see it you know. This is this. Isn't skynet. But skynet you know this isn't This is what we're in this for the for the industry they're gonna have some r- they already have a lot to tackle with just the streaming wars and how that's gonna work now. There's gonna be some some really deep. Conversations are gonna have to go on about what this means. How and how do you protect as an actor. Especially if you're a young actor and you're not established yet how do you protect your your likeness of in perpetuity forever. Right how do you do that. And then how. How does that work exactly the and how do you get royalties to your state and family. How did it just weird right. It's but these are ethical kind of questions that the film industry is going to have to figure out because because whether they like it or not here it is bam you know. It's coming well in. The film industry is renowned for its ethics. Oh sure yeah and being and being very forward thinking oh and certainly paying the most respect to it's talent and paying their tell of course do you. Do you want scarlett johansson to play black widow will. It doesn't matter if she wants to write the futures frightening and these are the steps that we're taking but hey if it sells tickets. That took a dark turn. I apologize but you know i mean. That's that's where that stuff can go. And it's not you know it's not. It's not all lollipops and rainbows. It's a it can get really dark really quick. And it's it's we gotta be careful with this technology. I'm not. I'm i'm not a luddite by any means. But we have to be careful with the technology that we're creating an and how we're implementing it and you know the road. The road to hell is paid with good intentions absolutely Anyways so we have two more items up for a forbidden hop over to see what everybody's saying in the chat. Aubrey plaza to star in low sparks. Films emily the criminal will also produce exclusive. And i believe this is also deadline. Yes it is A deadline exclusive. Ari is set to star in emily. The criminal from producer low spark films plazas also on board as a producer. Giniger sean and Mcglynn who wow dude you gotta help me with.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go
"I have next that Results meeting with the amani. Dr yamani and steve claims to have met him years ago through sarah's cerezo so that we just feel like steve's connected to what's going on and then we see the scene with them that would be old man the eight massage being found and the narrator makes it seem like he died although even in the original is not clear right away that he's not dead 'cause they're sure acting like he's dead. Yeah but then you see him. Yes we see that he originally he survived they. He washes up on the beach. He survived but then gets killed in the next scene. Steve mentioned a heliocopter else. Yes a huey copter. Maybe they were still the general public. Didn't really know what they were yet like. Everybody now does. I don't know. I don't know why. Call it a illegal. I mean there's a scene in casablanca where humphrey bogart mispronounces bourbon and a teetotaller. But apparently bourbon was not a well known drink at that time. So he calls it or something. Lloyd been bourbon steve. Tomo and steve's pipe talked to a guy who saw the monitoring and steve makes a slightly racist comment. I i also feel. You're talking about the soccer income. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah i felt simply says the guy must have had too much sake. Not just alcohol had to be sadder just seemed like slightly racist thing to say and we haven't been rate rating. These movies like we said we were going to on the racism factor right. But i'm going to give that half a point on this one half the star. Yeah and our previous Previous two movies ago. A beast from twenty thousand fathoms. It gets one because it's just exists in world where there's no non white people And godzilla i mean. Japanese society is pretty homogeneous at that time. Probably and still is i think yes or non japanese people in that movie so maybe we want to give it a one for that. I don't know. I'm not gonna judge foreign film as harshly as a film Judge my own group. Of course yeah definitely. I don't know this film i. It's hard for me to. i'm just. I was confused with this film. I guess this is. I my first experience. Where like this is the thing. I've never seen anything like this before. But i was just like i. It felt like are we stupid like we couldn't read the subtitles though. It was just weird. It isn't unusual way too well. The subtitles would emphasize that. It's a foreign film. I guess people don't like to read subtitles. that's and maybe that's their perception of why foreign films aren't popular because subtitles. So yeah just cut it out. Yeah it's it's a weird way to to go about it. So then we see the scene with the dancing and the ritual. almo- explains the legend and the girl sacrifice while we watched the dance. And i wrote down. What is the name of the monster godzilla. I'm not at all clear why they felt the need. In the first place to change the name from gojra to godzilla. I guess got godzilla has lizard sound to it. I don't know. I don't know who's idea that was. I don't feel it's necessary. Yeah so then. It's the nighttime and the storm with godzilla attack and stephen tomar just camping out in ten..
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Called maggie's dream in new york do you ever hear of them. They had an interesting. You know nah. I never heard of them. But did you ever and now all of a sudden you're you're expanding your horizons. Here's what i often see. People go in and they have an agenda and they want everybody to know their agenda and that just shuts everything down. Because you're not learning you're not interpreting you're not decoding. You're not expanding and this is one of those things where i'm glad you guys do this. This has to be a part of of your growth process this is not optional. It's it's an absolute requirement will to go along with with all the technology we have. It's easy for people to get into the head space where everything is very pragmatic nextstep. Nextstep nextstep some people learn in a very organized fashion. Some people like myself need you. Just walk in and make it a complete disaster mass and start picking up the pieces see how it all fits added get comfortable with that idea because that was the only way that allowed me to function and a learning capacity doing it in a very pragmatic organized way so frustrated that i that that it made me hesitate and starting a learning process because it wasn't as fun to me and life in itself i think for a lot of it has to be done in a very messy fashion. Life is going to be fair with you. nature is certainly not going to be fair with you. There's going to be a lot of uncertainty to it and so tried to deal with life and a very pragmatic organized fashion. Going to leave you pulling out your hair. Because it's not it's not gonna be dealt out to you that way and you have to get comfortable with that uncertainty and learn how to maneuver through it. Yeah i get because you. You never know what your you know talking to. Aj talking to you. It's going to be different and that's one of the things that that were not taught in school. That every person that you talk to you talk to them differently because each person interacts with the world differently. You know johnny in many ways. You're like my sister. Terry and i and i love her she. She comes into into a room and she's talking to everybody and she engages everybody. You know and and i. I'm kinda shy. I go from one person to the other and so forth. But she can engage a whole room and people love to be around her and so forth and we have to learn that each person talks differently. Interacts differently has different comfort levels. You know our spatial differences the cadence at which we communicate of the energy of you know if i'm talking about this you're talking about music you're gonna talk about it with a certain energy like earlier. We were talking about Jazz and your your arching your eyebrows. So those are the exclamation point. And you're you're excited about it. Each person we have to learn that there's a benefit to talking to each one engaging that energy on us on a similar plane i always say synchrony is harmony and if we can achieve that you know if you wanna have a quiet moment with me. We're going to have a quiet moment and if we're going to you know a get excited about something then let's get excited but to observe the to detect that you have to be able to observe it and i think that's where you guys shine is that you can observe. Hey this is this person's personality. And i'm sure you see it. You know in when you're doing your live instruction and as you call people up. Oh this this person You know he's shy. He needs to be brought up or a boy. You know this is mr theatrical or whatever but that's one of the things that i wish was was taught more often Especially now where we have more. We have more executives. Frankly more More leaders who are on the autism spectrum. And i a few of them and they have their mild on that but you have to approach him differently. You have to talk to. And if we don't learn that if we don't learn to to have that respect and and also be aware of culture that we were harming ourselves because in the end that's who were harming we're not we're not harming other other people we harm we're really harming ourselves. I love that you brought that up. Because that's what we mean by the art of it. Everyone would love just a one page one. She'd crack the code. How do i instantly build rapport with someone. How do i make them a lifelong friend. And it's the art of it it's understanding. Hey what are. They not sharing about their college experience right. What did they do and they looked away. When you brought up. Jazz was their discomfort there. Maybe there aren't familiar with it. That level of observation and curiosity is really would fuels these exceptional communicators lead into this third trade of understanding that everyone wants to be valued. Everyone wants to be validated. And feel and if you're not observing you're not going to be an exceptional communicator. So valuable that point that we humans don't seek perfection. we seek psychological comfort number one but number two. We seek validation invalidation. I know you know this. Johnny validation is is something as simple as oh you know what that's a good point and that means so much to me that you would say that even though you may disagree with it. It's you know when. I look at failure to validate especially intentional when i see managers who fail to validate people who absolutely i just read a book on humphrey bogart and i wanted to see. Say joel navarro body language guy. What's he doing. I wanted to see what it was like it. When the old studio system existed these guys would sign up literally for seven year contracts humphrey. Bogart had a fifteen year contract with with. That's one one fifth of your life and thanks and you know they're they're signing their their lives away. But what did they want the most. They wanted validation. they wanted to be validated. And we and we forget the importance of it. They had money but it was. I if you asked these these old stars what what did you really value. You know for a studio executive to say hey you know you're helping us make fifty six movies a year and We we wanna thank you for that. I love this in our classes. We talk about the value that you're giving in any social situation in an interaction and the value we define value is attention approval and acceptance..
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"It's not even like we're back around to it right and then 'cause around too and i'm like so we're not gonna talk more now. It's like someone like well. We can't be we again. So i think they probably were like you know people might say we're trying to be too and that's why i think that's where i'm over with this film to me. It's like it's surprise me but then because it surprised me. I was like well shit. You should have just gone further. You would've been actually been like up there with the gemology films where i would have been like. You know what these are actually caught me off guard. They're actually really really good. Here's like renzo i. I don't think it's a bad film but it's also not memorable either. No they gave. Why said it was kind of. It reminded me how much i really enjoyed those other films. Like romancing the stones doesn't flash that foul whole indictment is also a big grown ask people's movie like even raiders of the lost ark. All the points are there. You know what i mean like. They kind of pick even african queen. Would it's trifling is of humphrey bogart and katharine hepburn. Being up fucking point a movie but if you take all those things that's kind of what the ride was based on and so they still gave you a little bit of that vibe and you've got some of the fun and you got you know the the competent but bumbling heroin people likes but you can't believe that they're actually going to follow that all the way through and it is new movie that's not what about and they've been kind of pushing the whole truth and storytelling a little hard. So i'm not surprised that they flinched on the pg thirteen jungle.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
"Everyone needs a hobby. Something they can do to unwind and channel their creativity into albert. Einstein played piano and violin. Humphrey bogart was an avid chess player. Even once coming to a draw with noted polish grandmaster samuel reshef ski and actor daniel day lewis left his craft in the mid nineteen ninety s for ten months to pursue one of his passions shoemaking. And then there was horace born in lawrence massachusetts in eighteen forty nine. Horace didn't play an instrument or hustle. Amateurs at chess no. He didn't cobbled together. Shoes in italy. Horace fletcher like the chew. As a young man fletcher traveled around performing odd jobs following his interests he worked as a writer and artist and even managed in new orleans opera house for a time. He loved to read and he indulged in many of life's pleasures mainly food. It was this pleasure. However that inflicted some of the worst pain he'd ever experienced in his life for one. As he got older he struggled with obesity and it side effects such as chronic stomach pains he also found himself being refused coverage from a life insurance policy or rejection..
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"You bringing up in terms of issues or critiques tap. Essentially boy. I really don't have that much The only thing that as i said was in terms of the actual naval combat at the end. I didn't feel a lot of tension there. But i was so drawn in by the characters. Didn't really care. You know maybe a movie with a little more money would have been able to stay something a little more impressive. But i will say i did think these shot of them. Firing off the depth charges was pretty cool. So i'll give it that. Yeah it was obviously to me when you call that stock footage but it blended nicely into the film I would have been nice to have seen a little bit more carnage on the submarine And like you said some more ships involved with the fight maybe even some more submarines because they were all supposed to have been gathered there and we only see the one But it's extremely low budget so i think they did a pretty darn good job with the limitations they had. I will say this one of the things that bugged me about this film. It has nothing to with the storyline. Its production value. I hate hate hate when they do an exterior setup like the house in the road when is so obviously on a staging. Show that mound. That's alongside of the house that the electoral motorbike goes over. it's it just pulls me out of the out of the moment but you know back then. People accepted that it was like no big deal just like the painting of a wall in the back of the wizard laws. You can tell obviously that it's all painted about to run into the wall but an audience accepted that far far easier back than than they were. Today i do. Have one quibble. I'll bring up and it's really not a big deal. It's more character centric. But so when the two british spies have figured out you know obviously what heart is up to. They conspire in the house and are talking about details. What they need to do well. He's within earshot. I made a note. These two are bad. Spies a very good point because even if it was upstairs in his room. I mean how sound group is that. How kidding in those days come on a very fair point. I would say But it's interesting to know that Of all the issues. We just raised the anyone. I had this because idiot and choosey. You guys bro. Opposite is just because of the little tiny nitpicks about the film. Yeah but to be fair. Scott they're going to be a lot of other idiots out there who have the same concern behold my idiots making matters need it's also something with a lot of older movies in that they often don't explain things a lot like they'll just have either. The information is conveyed visually or a brief throwaway line whereas movies nowadays are very explaining. Go watch marvel movie. You're gonna have a character. Sit there and explain to you. The plot for like five minutes. Isn't it the big need with humphrey bogart is that the big were like several characters die and they called up raymond chandler to find out who killed them.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Viewing plaid's thank you so much for your support on patriots on in this week's episode we are going to be discussing dead end in this episode in our feature presentation. Ted walsh is here to help kick start a new mini series of sorts on the show. But first let's get into our opening credits are filmed. This week is dead. End which was directed by william wyler was released in nineteen thirty seven dead end stars. Sylvia sidney joel mccrea and humphrey bogart and also features claire trevor in the slums of new york on the east river. Just below the queensboro bridge. Wealthy people live in opulent and luxurious apartments because of the picturesque views of the river. All the destitute and poor live nearby in crowded cockroach infested tenements at the end of the street is a dock on the east river to the left of the luxury apartments and to the right of the slums the dead end. Kids led by tommy gordon or a gang of street urchins who are already well on the path to a life of petty crime members of the gang. Besides tommy include dippy angel spit tb and milky the new kid on the block in search of friends split is a bit militias with cruel streak and initially bullies the newcomer and takes his pocket. Change however tommy. Eventually let's milky. Join the gang and he turns out to be both a loyal and generous friend. Tommy's sister drina dreams of marrying some dashing rich stranger who will save tommy and her from this miserable life of poverty and help prevent tommy from growing up to be a mobster..
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Scored 16 points to lead the effort number one Gonzaga State undefeated as they blew past Pacific 76 2 58 through 10 scored a season high 21 points to lead the Bulldogs. You confined more sports and access wdun. All right, Thank you. Much Kale appreciate that information as we sail into this brand new morning and as we do, so we've got some candles to blow out. It is birthday time it wdun. Birthdays brought you buy chicken salad Chick and Kessler. Tiring alignment. So let's take care of business. Shall we? All right, Taking a look at who's celebrating today? On this fifth day of February? We've got Kevin Light along with the rain. Davis. Lisa Christian celebrates today. We have a few. Yeah, Okay. Surely Scruggs Brayden Howard Lynn Goucher's on the list this morning along with Ric Robertson. Joe Thorton Way. Gotta call for Linda Schubert this morning. So happened birthday. Linda and Devon Garrett's also on the first day list for today. Birthday winner today receives that gift certificate from our good friends at Kessler tired and that is going to be Brayden Howard. So Happy Birthday Brayden and for the sixth Tomorrow we have Kayla Watson Dre Ravens celebrates today. We have Amanda Gallagher? Oh, overdid it. A Charlotte emit Monica Marshall and Troy Carter, where the birthday Tomorrow's birthday winner receives to get food from chicken salad chick and that is going to be Charlotte, Emmett Look, congratulations to Charlotte and enjoy your celebration. Thanks for celebrating with us in this brand New day. Take a look back over our shoulder. What are the things that have happened? This data way back when it's that's missing things. Take place that's for sure. It was on this date way back when 102 years ago, 1919. That is when Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks in solemn movie director DW Griffin created the United Artists movie studio. That's when you a got born. Speaking of folks in the acting world. One of my favorites, Humphrey Bogart. 72 years ago on this date, 1949. It was revealed that Humphrey Bogart with Hollywood's highest paid actor, he earned $467,000 that year. Check Some of the big names now won't even come out of the house for that. All times have changed news on the way they kiss the tire. We're proud of our work and selling the service in your tire needs that we do so much more thistles Mark Smith reminding you that we're your full service, automotive repairs from.
"humphrey bogart" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Humphrey Bogart Tank Creed, Yes, stranded in the desert. But there because it's you know, it's a re same reason why there aren't a lot of good airplane movies is because it's hard to have car chases in an airplane. You know, there's not a lot of places you go. So you know, kind of snakes on a plane and that But, you know, making great films action films about confined spaces is difficult, so it's hard. It's always been kind of hard to do that with armor. I thought they did it. I thought the film did it. It's a decent job. It was a good cast. It's a little E think it's a film that really wasn't sure what kind of film Awas that's good. Yeah, genre. It's hard to peg it. Yeah. You know, it wasn't a straight out action film. There were some. Okay. What's your message about man and Warren? Get that? Do what red? I should mention I did this. I wrote this up to the national interest based on a discussion that we had. No, I saw it and it was about I didn't. I didn't think about this The way this discussion. It was about war movies of the 19 fifties, which is important because The war movie saying made during the war which win the war. Yes, the war movies made after the war or about people trying to understand what the hell they just went through there very, very different films. Let's repose that famous article. It's like the 55 most unforgettable, forgotten Felt. Nice title. It's by Jay Jay Carafano on Twitter Vice President Heritage Foundation. Back without predictions, expectations. For a Biden administration. New Bedford's most trusted newsroom 14 20.
L.A.'s Chateau Marmont Is Becoming a Members-Only Club
"Hollywood Tangalle to the shots or Mo monty set to become a members only hotel by twenty twenty, one, the owner Andrey Bellagio announced last week his plan studer and the ninety one year old hotel into an even more exclusive place Monaco's own report bounds who is no stranger to drink or two at the chateau school yards pass more on this story. Because of its geographical location and it's very comfortable accommodations, it really became the Hollywood hotel almost from the beginning of Hollywood. Sure, you'd look into chateau because you needed a bed for the night, but that could mean any number of different things. The Chateau was a hotel synonymous with sex drugs, rock road, death, infamy, madness badness, and depending upon your face and fame, simply the price in position of your room. The subtlest suggestion that will be things were okay. Sir. Just fine. Just sign here. Maybe get some rest. James Dean. Let through the window to begin his audition for rebel without a cause chateau. Natalie, wood reading a role for the same film at the age of sixteen. When able with a direct. Ray Hotel. She got the part Johnny Depp said, he'd made love to Kate Moss and every single one of the chateau sixty three rooms and their Zeppelin might have done something similar to just supposed to be not a waste of the same girlfriends. Used to push their groupies around on drinks, trolleys, killing two birds with one stone I suppose. Jay Z. and beyond say three parties, the Chateau Vanity Fez bash was held that all these people were following the lead of Jean. Harlow Arrow Flynn Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart who used his labyrinth of rooms, terraces, bungalows, and conveniently dense foliage to conduct love affairs track notoriety while the angry spouses and nosy gossip columnists. architecturally, the Chateau is a weird dark gothic thing but as far more in common with Hollywood. With the Black Dailia Boris Karloff and Vincent price than with the area modernism of nine. Hundred. Sixty S Los. Angeles. It was not macrobiotic was not a detox. It was not up at six for a swim. It was still up six for a swim. From the proud sunset boulevard is your approach it. It's not unlike Disney's Cinderella Castle. But one where a night with John Belushi really would convince you that six hundred, nice could talk. So the shadows going members only, and that is a little sad because there is a sort of democracy in the access granted by the price of a Martini and seeing who else is the bar. I saw VESTA stallone and his mum having T to Capri looking a bit too warm at an art party, other discussion with Richard Lewis, comedian and rival of Larry David alone about reverend at the bar. He was unsanitary green light, considered it a waste to be. So, you could become a member why not? You could just turn out and smile. Maybe it'll stay the spiritual home of that time honored Hollywood hustle. For Monaco? I'm Robert Bound.
Chris Matthews retires from MSNBC after string of recent controversies
"Chris Matthews who has been at MSNBC and before that C. N. B. C. in within the NBC family for well over two decades has hosted hardball since nineteen ninety seven came on the air last night and announced he was done retiring he was the announcement cut thirty one let me start with my headline tonight I'm retiring this is the last hardball on MSNBC and obviously there's a lack of interest in politics you can tell I've loved every minute of my twenty years as host of hardball every morning I read the papers I'm going how to get to work not many people had this privilege I love working with my producers and discussions we have over how to report the news I love having this connects with you the good people who watch learn who you are thank you to you on the sidewalk grid waiting in an airport and say hello you're like me I heard from your kids and grandchildren say my dad loves or my grandmother ledger my husband watched until the end of the conversation MSNBC I decided tonight will be my last hardball so let me tell you why the younger generations out there ready to take the reins we see them in politics and the media in funding for the causes they are proving the workplace we're talking here about better standards that we grew up with fair standards a lot of it has to do with how we talk to each other compliments on a woman's appearance that some men including me one of one sitting correctly thought were okay we're never okay not Dan is certainly not today and for making such comments in the past I'm sorry so there was a piece that came out last week of a woman who said that she was harassed or made uncomfortable by sexist comments in the past from Chris Matthews that probably turned up the heat on this situation keep in mind that Matthews had been forced to apologise for a comparison he made involving Bernie Sanders and Hitler back in the Nevada caucuses when they were covering that and he also had an exchange with Elizabeth Warren that was considered by a lot of their viewers to be sexist so there is this storm brewing get said some things on there that had rankled folks there's clearly stuff going on behind the scenes and it sounds like he was being forced out over some of these allegations how new or fresh the allegations are what specifically they are we don't have that full picture but he's framing at in this segment like he made the decision to retire it kind of sounds like it might have been a coerced retirement by the sounds of it but here's his big fat well income thirty two I'm very proud of the work I've done here long before I went on television I worked for years in politics was a newspaper columnist and author I'm working on another book on continue to write and talk about politics and Cheryl and my producers and crew here in Washington and New York and my M. S. N. B. C. Collings they will continue to produce great journalism in the years ahead and for those of you have gotten in the habit of watching hardball every night I hope you're going to miss because I'm gonna miss you but remember Humphrey Bogart in casa Blanka boys have hardball so let's not say goodbye but so we meet again you know I was wondering where they may be going to shuffle him too a senior contributor or an analyst or something like that sounds like he's out right that's the understanding and look I washed hard ball a little bit when I was younger they're a competitor not even sure what time is on a young five o'clock six o'clock eastern he's on a seven shows up against Martha yeah they've they've bounced around the time a little bit but he's up against Martha I'm usually if I'm watching cable news I'm watching the story his politics don't align with mine I think he's more of an old school Liberal Democrat then one of the new hardcore left wing folks that definitely have a significant voice at that now working within that audience and I have no idea of no extra info behind the scenes aside from some texting as I mentioned back and forth the some NBC folks that I know who seemed very surprised there was some contrition and some allusions two comments that were made I just wonder is that really the whole story it seemed very abrupt so abrupt in fact this was the most bizarre part of it Matthews did his opening segment where does a monologue it's let me start and then at the end of the show he doesn't let me finish monologue he did the let me start open thank you left that was over and they have to fill the rest of the hour they had Steve Kornacki who sort of there are political data winners young guy roughly my age looking absolutely stunned sitting there kind of forced to take over the show at that point and I don't understand how this worked out logistically behind the scenes did he not know what was coming they were gonna give Matthews the final full hour of hard ball it was just all very odd here's Kornacki taking over and seeming a bit bewildered and gut punching cut thirty three that was a lot to take in just now I'm sure and I'm sure you're still absorbing that and and I am too Chris Matthews is a giant he's a legend it's been an honor for me to work with him to sit in here on occasion and I know how much you meant to him and I know my how much he made to you and I think you're gonna miss him and I know I'm going to and then he says well we've got a finish this hour so we're gonna take a break no bells and whistles and we'll be right back I mean it's just sort of I've never seen anything like that and look I am empathetic here to Steve Kornacki I remember when Shep Smith at the very end of his final show said Hey I'm don this is my last show here at fox news it's been real we were watching it on the top of the hour here in this studio that I came on in the very next segment at four oh five eastern it was reacting in real time but I wasn't nearly as close to shop at all as Steve Kornacki is to Chris Matthews I know shop a little bit professionally we hung out once or twice outside of work but that was it it's clear that Kornacki was a little bit shaken and at the end of the hour he did another farewell and tribute to Matthews where he got actually choked up it was obvious that he was emotional about what happened how it went down and it does seem like a kind of dropped out of the blue so a very significant shakeup at
Genesis Invitational Preview with Geoff Shackelford
"Are we are here at Riviera Country Club at genesis invitational all the newly named Invitational Status We're like what thirty thirty five steps from the Hogan Statue with a very important man. We don't have Mr Hogan in here sitting with us but Geoff Shackelford is here. He has a ton of history here at Riviera Country Club. What I WANNA know is in the La Dolf power rankings whereas Geoff Shackelford? George kisses up there now. He's high we continue to include. It's not if they're on the list I'm not on. The list is Tiger California Golfer at this point Scott a deserted us but coming back to host the genesis I think gets him back in full Full status on the list La I don't know he's more of an Orange County guy but but we're very happy to have you on on Martin. Yes he's moved to. So yeah I'm doing well network so like I said you have a ton of history here and you wrote the history book here. What is probably most interesting to me is like where does your history begin? Where like you have been around this place for for your entire life? You still live view very close. So where does all begin for you. Here you know I was very lucky my Dad was in the Gulf business and he joined here when I was about fifteen about several sixteen and so I got to play the course a lot. It was crazy place at that time. It was a public off-course of course essentially it was very busy but we would have to put our name on a board and wait two hours to get out now. They do like twenty five thousand rounds a year and it's ultra private yeah So it was is a Just a great way to kind of I was always interested in course design and history and obviously being here. And then you start kind of off Absorbing who's walked these grounds and every great American Golfer has has played including Bobby Jones and didn't really like the course it probably. It seems it was too hard to him when it opened. He made a comment. And there's a picture of him and his hairs you know. His hair was never out of place and he's just looks like he's been in a timely dyslexia commensurable and it's in our history book. I loved that photo because it was like. Oh well that that matched his quote and his only beef was of course was too hard but then he go through. You know. Nicholas didn't win in here but he got close and then every other great player probably in in the upper echelons has one here except tiger. And Jack Jack. Isn't that crazy. It's it's nuts 'cause it's generally rewarded. Great players and Jack came so close Momeni many times I mean the PGA the senior open L. A. Opens. It's kind of it's kind of like tiger. Tiger hasn't played here as much right. Yes played thirteen times Yaldo now hard on himself. He's made it like this is going to be one of the strongest longest fields in the entire year. He has made it more difficult decided to ignore the event during the like real real prime of his career. He did. He had reasons. The Greens weren't as good back. Then and you know how he feels about POA so that was part of it and then he had a bad experience here. Two thousand six where he played he was a little under under the weather? Steve Williams did not pack an umbrella and we had a surprise rain radar quite even then like we have now our forecasting like we have now which is amazing to think that was only thirteen years ago. Yeah gets wet gets more sick and then he was staying the east of the golf course which you don't do. The one negative of this tournament were staying West. You're staying West which I asked Dylan quickly Early on in in these discussions laying the groundwork for this this seminal podcast recording That you do not stay east of the course. And for whatever reason he was and he got caught It's the worst time of year. There's just everybody's working Hollywood's worrying every school's in session. Yeah and he got stuck in like an hour and a half track just to get to the four oh five. I was in eighth grade at this point so he did not come back after that and I actually asked him the first year he was coming back in involved in this I said you you are staying West. Gov Corsini laughed and he goes so he learned his lesson anyway but but to my story here so I just fell in love with the history and Emmy it's as historic course as there is in the United States just in terms of the people who've been here the architecture the movie stars Yeah we just had the Oscars last night. Yeah and everything about this place has just been nuts in terms of the history and then the location. I mean you guys do win the award for the best podcast location mile eighteenth with the ocean view and yeah. It's pretty sincere water. We can see number ten. This is my first time at revere. My first time seeing number ten in their Saints Saints Tenth. It should be interesting. We've got a downpour yesterday. So I'm glad though it it's been very cold here and when it gets cold. Green gets little borderline these two of the best of holds the PGA tour in near optimum. Or do you not feel that way. Yeah Oh yeah absolutely I mean. I have some conflicted feelings about the tenth of late as a lot of the players who it has been getting a little border line tricky. That's why I said it was nicer to rain yesterday because when the green gets pushing like thirteen and a half can get a little goofy and then yeah eighteen means. It's it's it's kind of bizarre hole and a lot of ways because tough the bunkers don't really mean much it's a blind tee. Shot is not much around the green and yet everybody everybody loves it. It's near the bunkers. Now they're only play for a bad golfer in. Yeah yeah they're they're there for looks more than anything so it's it's kind of bizarre finish and yet over the years it's produced all these great moments and the amphitheater I think is the thing that you just can't grasp on television. There's nothing like golf because it's it's not only is it able to host a lot of people but it's vertical and and the noise when there's a moment there is. There's nothing like getting golf because it's so vertical so on top of the green that it's just that's why so many people love to sit there on Sunday. How long does it take you to write in research research and do all the work for a course history like this place? I mean that has to take you countless weeks. Yeah I was really lucky. It was fi out a full year to work on it. I propose that after college when I realized I couldn't play over you I was twenty three ten and They had the PGA coming up and they wanted to do something. And so I- proposed it. And I had some great help from older members and Jim Murray wrote the foreword the Great La Times on this show who I got to know during the Greens project project here. which really got me interested in golf? Course design okay He wrote a wonderful forward about the course so that was an incredible and on the twenty three year. Old doing this work. I like anything I showed my passion for it and my interest. You know when you get older and you meet people who are younger. Who who appreciate history St Tell You you can tell you can see it and you want to help them? So I've kind of become the same way with people have shown interest in golf history and yeah So there are a lot of incredible. The people around here at the time and the owner is very passionate about the history and the as he should be because the more you tell the story of this place the more you realize holy cow now. There's nothing quite like Riviera in American golf in terms of again not just tournament history architecture. Then you have the added element of of celebrity and I'm that just just And then just having so many events here and the Events Higher Olympics twenty twenty eight so yeah it's got Everything coming here. Yeah I did know some of those stories. Because you know we can get kind of East Coast centric you can get Florida's centric when it comes to PGA Tour especially you know half the top twenty living in Jupiter Ram what is it about La Golf. That is different and do you have any of these favorite Brit stories about celebrities playing the game playing at these clubs around here. It's an odd town town. I have no problem. Yeah confessing passing that. It's not America's greatest city. Yeah for a couple of reasons. the the exclusive clubs are very exclusive on. The beauty of Riviera's is that it does open. Its doors to turnament so we all get to come and enjoy at once a year with the greatest players in the world. That's nice which you don't always get La Country Club is going to host the US Open in a few years. That's incredible Again knowing their history but we have we have an odd dichotomy of these elite gray golf courses uses and then the public of course seen isn't great the city of La isn't so hot in the way they maintain the courses and they've Kinda let them go and we have we have the the facilities are just like a lot of cities. Is there more. I mean we have a homeless problem. So it's like how can you be spending money. It's tough so and they have a lot of layers. So it's it's a weird city in that sense not a lot of places to hit balls. And yet you go to Rancho Park and just like places back east amazing characters It's pretty used to produce a lot of really good golfers. And they're always characters on the range just hitting balls and Studio City Range. She's to be famous for the celebrities. Who went there probably still go there although it's not long for this world so it's a it's a weird town that way and then obviously stars and that was one of the fun things going back to the to your question the book Just stuff like that. Humphrey Bogart used to you. Know hear it on the broadcasts become become almost a drinking game you know. He's the love the just get completely sauced out there on the twelfth leaning against that tree and Jim Murray was wanted always sitting there so he'd ride about it and that kind of how passed along But there are you know we have a it's interesting because the celebrity L. Minute Riviera Kinda started more with the Polo Club. Okay which is where. You'll be parking this week. Paul Revere Junior high well. Let's it's only Monday makes somebody mad. You may see me on the middle school show. The Riviera really struggle like a lot of clubs in the thirties with with golf because the depression but the Polo Club was the place to be. I mean it would. They had a Sunday Polo game Or match and and Clark Gable will rogers was kind of a host Just the double. Douglas Fairbanks Mary. Pickford all these uh-huh that's the biggest celebrities of the day and that kind of kept everything going the Polo Lounge the Beverly Hills hotel famous restaurant and bars called the Polo Lounge. Because that's that's where they went after the Polo but I mean they used to get big crowds for it. It was the thing that kind of kept all this going. So it's funny. How when you look at the history of the place you think Riviera and they had these great tournaments in the late twenties golf then? The depression Paulo. The Khanna kept it going whereas other places struggle.
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"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Get out the popcorn. So in a world where YouTube is now being viewed on TV sets marks tablets. The video network has quietly added the -bility feature films for free YouTube cut a deal with movie studio MGM to offer over one hundred of its films. Most of them, you haven't heard of the ones you have heard, of course, would be the rocky and Pink Panther movies. The original Terminator, legally blonde. And then it all falls downhill from there missing in action or films from other studios like Twentieth Century, Fox, Walt Disney Sony, Warner Brothers and paramount. But it's a start, you know, that YouTube is best known as the home of the short video clip, although some of its creators who make videos for YouTube like Shane Dawson and Logan Paul have recently been experimenting with longer original productions additionally YouTube is embarked upon longer original says part of the YouTube premium offering which. Each offer an ad free way to watch in Kane access to exclusive content. So these YouTube films feature ads unless you subscribe to the nine ninety nine monthly YouTube premium offering they appeared directly under the collection of recently released films and TV shows that YouTube currently offers for rent and sale. I think of YouTube is a place to watch short video clips and highlights from comedy shows not full length films, but I checked out the movie section and they've got all the trend movies, and and more. I saw crazy risks crazy. Rich Asians is there. Disney's the incredible too. And they're even advertising current hits. Like a star is born in bohemian rhapsody in the coming soon section expect to pay around five dollars to rent twenty dollars to own YouTube. Also offers episodes and seasons of popular TV shows like AMC's better. Call Saul NBC's, the good place in the classic. I edition of Star Trek at three bucks per episode where ten dollars to fifteen dollars for the complete season similar pricing to how apple does it on I tunes and Amazon with prime video. Now, you may not have heard, but in recent weeks, there's been an outcry over AT&_T's decision to kill the film struck subscription movie services, which is one of the few places online. We're film fans could get access to watching old classics be a streaming think about it. When's the last time you found a classic movie on Netflix? There are a handful on Amazon prime video, but most of them you have to pay to watch it just check it out the next time one of the Hollywood greats dies like Neil, Simon. And then go try to find one of his his or her films to to watch streaming. It's pretty rough. Now, many film pants have wondered where today's generation we'd get the classics like Charlie Chaplin's city lights, duck soup by the Marx brothers or Casablanca with Humphrey Bogart in Ingrid. Bergman not on Netflix Amazon prime, but they are all available on YouTube Ditto for itunes in food do but they cost to ninety nine to three. Ninety nine to view, and that ten dollars monthly from films truck was clearly a better deal, what YouTube is doing with the film's makes a lot of sense because you may not be aware of this. But nearly twenty percent of YouTube Ewing now done on TV's either on smart sets with the built in YouTube app where via streaming players like Roku, apple TV which bring the YouTube app to TV sets. Are you watching movies on YouTube? Let me hear all about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. Please favored the show on Stitcher. And thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for officiant? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.