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"imdb" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

03:35 min | 4 d ago

"imdb" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"And number ten, the only Walt Disney animated feature film that reaches the two hour mark. Ten, the only Walt Disney animated feature film that reaches the two hour mark. Some great pieces of trivia from the Disney universe there from IMDb will be back with the answers to see if you got them all right after this. We are back with the answers to. This round on Disney, IMDb trivia, let's see if you got number one. Figaro as Walt Disney's favorite character that was Pinocchio, Pinocchio, number one. Number two, Walt Disney Animation Studios 50th feature film tangled with rapunzel tangled. Number three, the clock tower scene is the first major use of computer animation. The clock gears in a feature length animated film, the great mouse detective, late 80s movie. The great mouse detective. Number four, although it is based on a marvel comic of the same name, there are a lot of changes to the names, the setting of the ethnicities of characters in the backstories and several plots. It is big hero 6. I did not know that. Big hero 6. Number 5 in the German version, took en route or rut are called Benny and Bjorn after the two male members of the Swedish pop group ABBA that's brother bear, brother bear. Number 6, this movie has more songs and characters than any other Disney film. That's Alice in Wonderland and that does make sense. There's a lot of stuff going on there. Number 7 is see how title character's body would move while sliding down a log. The animators based on Tony Hawk, Tarzan. I remember seeing like a feature on that. Maybe back when the DVD of Tarzan came out, watching a special feature, number 8 number, that was number 7. Number 8, duke weaselton is in zootopia, AKA zoopolis in other countries, but it is zootopia, the duke of weselton and that is Alan Tudyk. Number 9, title character is the first Disney Princess to have biological siblings. I was gonna say Meredith from brave, but I guess that was too late. It's a Little Mermaid. Excuse me from 1989, I think that was Little Mermaid. And number ten, the only Walt Disney animated feature film that reaches the two hour mark is fantasia. I never would have got that fantasia. There you have it. Ten questions. On Disney IMDb trivia, thank you Luc McKay for sending me those questions. For my birthday, along with 39 other PowerPoints. If you guys ever want to send me PowerPoints, with all the questions and answers lined up in there, that would be fantastic. I could use those for live trivia nights. I can use them for the podcast, and I can use them for virtual shows. Thank you in advance for doing that. We've got a fact of the day for you. The fact is, Nicolas Cage and Jake Gyllenhaal could have been Aragon and Frodo in The Lord of the Rings, they were almost cast. Could you imagine it with those two? I think it would have been. I don't know, fine. I'm not a huge fan of those movies. But elitist would be like, no, you can't take away. My Frodo, in my Aragon, but I would say, you know, they'd be all right. It'd be fine. All right, there you go. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend, thanks for grabbing my new book on Etsy. The links in the show notes, and we'll see you next time. For more trivia, with buds, cheers..

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"imdb" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

03:26 min | 4 d ago

"imdb" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Number one, what movie with that, trivia be from? Number one. Number two, this was Walt Disney Animation Studios 50th feature film number two Walt Disney Animation Studios 50th feature film..

"imdb" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"imdb" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"imdb" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"imdb" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"The bengals can had some stuff going on offense. We'll see that's my one of my bowl picks speak. I like the bengals. I'm going bears at home. I think they're the better team. I mean what's the line you have. I have three so basically. Is it basically a coin. Flip their home. Team usually gets three points when it's an even field I'm going to go to the bears. I think there are a lot better than they played. kinda ran into a buzzsaw a little bit. I don't think the bengals are as good as they played last week. so we're going to go bears. The bears are going to win by a touchdown. So they're gonna cover. I got the bears are first pick up. Oh taco all right week. I'm pretty sure we're going to pick the same one. We have an eleven and a half point. Spread on this game. Brown's texans in cleveland cleveland. Coming off that loss. They played pretty good. Just couldn't pull it out. At the end i picked the browns. They're gonna stomp the texans. Jack got twelve and a half. It's my line. i think it's going to be. I think houston covers twelve and a half so big number for. That's not really elite. You don't really put twelve and a half on a team like the brown. So i think the is gonna cover probably lose by anywhere from seven to ten. But i think they'll keep it close. I think that they did enough last week for me to know that there are a decent team. They're not great bound. Think the browns. There's good as people think we'll see all right next gaming browns bug it's gonna cover verna all right. We got rams colts in indianapolis. This might be different for us. You love the culture for some reason. Four point favorite rams on the road which is basically a touchdown. Take the rams. I looked really good. I think they're going to continue getting better. The run game was starting to pick up in the second half and.

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"imdb" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

03:04 min | 2 months ago

"imdb" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"The big. I think our need boulder. Yeah we get credit for that stuff. Yes definitely up there. Definitely when we watched mitch return was really good vibe. I think too. I think if the kings weren't as good as they were too we wouldn't have noticed weber's much but he was the one of the main reasons we were so tip your cap the guy. I'm glad he got in the hall and ataman deserved it to. I mean i know. He didn't win anything. He had win with portland. Neither right attorney was before he was very good at winning a lot of games and making the play offs and then losing in the bios worse time out color in the history of the nba nba. That's fine but i know a high school coach said just terrible with his timeout calls. But we won't get into the big news. We had a new christie now with the coaching staff for the kings which is awesome. Because i think they're gonna actually. We mentioned that ouattara law defense. But now we're back filling doug christie on the announce team. And i could not be happier with this election. Katie christianson kelly hunter. Whatever her name is now now that she's i think. I think. I think i wrote versions. It's katie hunter now. She asked if if you watch any of the games of her calling him last year filling in she did an amazing job. She knows the kings better than probably anyone and she's really good on the call. I'm excited one thing too. She just like i listen. Eleven forty and she over prepares. She knows like anything. That's going to happen those any stat. Both sides of the thing. She's gonna work harder than a lotta people that maybe would fell into that job. But i think she really earned the job. I'm excited to see what you can do. Yeah i'm excited. I'm ready for some kings basketball man. I know we've got a little bit before halloween. She's wearing a basketball but we got some news. Nine a lot of other news other than darren. Fox's all he's getting random drug test.

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Actor Ed Asner of 'Mary Tyler Moore' Fame Dies at Age 91

Mojo In The Morning

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Actor Ed Asner of 'Mary Tyler Moore' Fame Dies at Age 91

"Legendary actor. Ed asner passed away yesterday at the age of ninety one. He's the old man from up best before the helium leaks out of balloons under the falls when that. Perhaps we're not getting to the fall. Definitely most famous for playing the very grumpy lou grant on the mary tyler moore show in the seventies he had more than three hundred acting credits on his imdb. I mean the guy did so much stuff he was santa clause in elva with will ferrell legacy you because suddenly just dropped down to zero old. Is he ninety one. His family his daughters wrote a release tribute to a ninety one. Actually even all the way till the anti look the same. Yeah just kind of look like the same guy

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Episode 225 Saturn 3 - burst 21

The Moratorium

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Episode 225 Saturn 3 - burst 21

"We are at the moratorium dot com. Why are you being robotic. I don't know you can find us. The movie we just did did not even ever do do that. Does get irritating after awhile. Now he would have been better if they gave him a voice. If mel tillis would voice if he'd had immediately like guess redneck boys. Hey guys what's going on. That actually would have been a lot. Croupier you know. Can we make it cut where we voice the robot that would be. That's what we're doing. Now hi my name is hector. Hey chopped your hand off. Do you need me helpless. That

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Episode 223 Lifeforce - burst 04

The Moratorium

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Episode 223 Lifeforce - burst 04

"I love the look that the other male astronaut gives them. She's perfect and she's like. Excuse me i've never seen anything so perfect in my life. She's basically just like a rolling her eyes hearts she can in her inner space thing. That guy i mean. We'll talk about it again. We need to probably set it up a little better. But that guy that british astronaut. No he's american. He says she's perfect. I've been in space for six months. She's absolutely perfect and she's like. Hey we're here to yeah. It's not like you haven't seen a woman as right. You called me sugar tits last

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Episode 222 Summer Movie Madness pt 2 - burst 14

The Moratorium

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Episode 222 Summer Movie Madness pt 2 - burst 14

"I can't even imagine if you see a guy that looks like george buck flower hanging. Where you're your cheerleader camp immediately. Call the police. Some of his lines he and one line actually says this is in the the stuff for. Imdb i almost wrote it down. But then i saw it was here that judge and the orange skirt because it was a cheerleader camp. They were judging each other. They were trying to you know they were given away trophies and shit will make your pcp harder than a ten pound bag of nickel jaw breakers if you know what i mean. I don't know what that means. Let's just stop the podcast right forever if you wanna look a little deeper okay. Don't know you don't travis mckenna who we just talked about. Because he was jack. And roadhouse as names. Jack they i sure never said his name. He was an ex bodyguard and bouncer. Which makes imperfect for roadhouse but adopted. George buck flower as his uncle. Oh okay wait a minute. Can you do that by the way that makes him on. Google buck flower. If you look at george buck flowers. Imdb it's just bum bum bum wino- bomb homeless man bum. It's

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Episode 217 Deadbeat at Dawn - burst 13

The Moratorium

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Episode 217 Deadbeat at Dawn - burst 13

"Christie. Has a gun yet but doesn't know where the bullets are. That's right that's why they come in and they beat the hell out of her with a putter and a driver and which bonecrusher he talks about it later but he says something about snakes yes sir intestines look like snakes so cow snakes man those fucking wild and they're not even swinging clubs overhand and now they're like they're like mashing great. I don't know what they're doing which it sounds like mashing grapes because j. b. home to find her dead on the floor when he picks her up. You can hear all that squishy and this is probably the finest performance. I think we would ever get out of. Jv via is really. He is in that moment Probably because they killed that girl for real and he is like feeling remorseful well if she was hurt and possibly hidden holding her looks so uncomfortable. That girl has to be de. Yeah he's like twisting her the way she should be twisted. When you see somebody laying bloody and broken on the ground first thing you wanna do as like mover neck around a lot in her spine. Hyper extend back. Does goose get into his apartment. The same way every day like climbing up the fire escapes. i guess. I like the back way. It's just this is the coolest way to get to this part. I guess he's like a white trash bat. The hey fines girlfriend dead and instead of trying to seek medical help or she's dead we might as well. Just get rid of the body. Yeah i mean. She's just bloodied to us. But then Bonecrusher said that he saw her intestines so but so he's just going to get rid of her body. You know she had family i will. This is how she who'd want it exactly and

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Episode 216 The Yarn Wall - burst 03

The Moratorium

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Episode 216 The Yarn Wall - burst 03

"I just posted actually my personal page. It was a bunch of lunchbox metal lunchbox Back in the eighties enough. And i didn't have one. I think it was one of those things that i wish i could have. Had the only the cool had in here. I am brown bagging. Wishing that i could be as cool as somebody with a metal lunch pail. Yep would you have ghostbusters or possibly m- ask you know mask the like transformers or the the how. Now you're not talking about eric. Stoltz nano not share them on my god. Sam elliott and eric stoltz with giant. Was that kid's name ricky. Or here's good don't remember hissy his mug on a service. Yeah i i no longer want. This

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Episode 213 Phantasm 2 Director's Cut - burst 09

The Moratorium

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Episode 213 Phantasm 2 Director's Cut - burst 09

"Oh my god that guy has been million thing. what'd you say. Name kenneth tigar. That's how i'm saying. He's an hundred seventy-one credits. Yep even the lethal weapon franchise. Oh yeah i love it. Also when you look at their trivia it's like had studied to be a surgeon but Started acting in crappy movies instead. This guy it says. He's got a master's from harvard. Dermot literature like what and yet. He's in like mr belvedere some. Yes i guess those guys get that calling and it's like the wanting to save people's lives and but you know in college us being lethal weapon said he's made a great career out of playing nobody his middle name leslie loan just get that out of the way. Also he is a movie that was on cinemax. I've probably seen five hundred times. Don't know what i mean. I do know why creator yes O'toole zoll go ahead and giggling his name one more time. Well i'm i'm getting ready to about thirty eight minutes of the way through creator and you see mariel hemingway's boobs while so have a feeling. That's why i've seen it so many times. But she's playing football and you see your boobs. She flashes the they're playing like flag. Football and child lashes the other team. Gotcha so okay my contribution to making note here watch thirty two seconds of creator period and circling it. Highlighting it and rub dolla. I don't mean book that

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Looking Back at Rain Man

Bald Movies

02:03 min | 7 months ago

Looking Back at Rain Man

"Today. We're talking about one thousand nine hundred rainman. Who a correct me. If i'm wrong. Jim this is like the top grossing film of the year and also did quite welford self in oscars nominated for eight one three and it made like a billion times is budget not bad. Not bad Is directed by barry levinson which you might recognize from his work on the natural. Good morning vietnam wag. The dog and sleepers is written by barry morrow and ronald bass. Maybe ronald bass. I didn't look that up. Shoot just realized which we'll talk about. We'll talk a little bit. More about barry morrow when we start talking about the impact of the of the film had on this subject matter Stars of course. Dustin hoffman as raymond ray babbitt and it stars. Tom cruise is his brother. Charlie and also val area go lino. Who i'd only known as the hot funny girl from hotshots and hotshots part do as a remember her from them. She's actually. she's playing italian in this movie. So gotcha and i wondered if like what happened to her because she was in these big movies in the eighties and i looked through her Like imdb and some does just one thing after another match kept trying to work on both sides of the pond and one contract would interfere with another contract and then that would fall through and that was delayed and she liked it. Seemed like ten years relied. Click by and so. It's a shame in a lot of big movies like the. I'm not saying this was a big movie. But she went to rainman right after big top pee wee which you know not the best. But she's in like you said she was in leaving las vegas. She was in escape from la. She was leaving las vegas. Apparently playing someone named terry jesus. We just saw that movie. And i did not. I didn't did not really must've been a minor role

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Episode 211 The Yarn Wall - burst 11

The Moratorium

02:51 min | 7 months ago

Episode 211 The Yarn Wall - burst 11

"I think you really nailed it. I think i did to zip. Tutti rudy toady. It's hits a movie called all the colors of the night. okay. I've seen this. You've seen this This is a trippy fucking flick. Okay now wait a minute. All the colors of the dark all the colors of the dark. Maybe rudy tutti fresh and fruity. Yes all the colors of the dark. Thank you. This is starring george hilton. Which where. I'm going to trip on him for a little bit about this. At this trippy for moody is bizarre. It reads a woman recovering from a car accident and what she lost. Her unborn child finds herself pursued by a coven of devil worshippers awesome and this chick is topless throughout ninety percent of the movie yeah. Her name is a phonetic. she is in like other gyro movie ever ever. Ed wood jr phonetic yes. She does a good job in this She's an italian french. co production. like i said this is only available with subtitles. So i had to read the entire movie which i'm not opposed to your boy. Sometimes i get a little sidetracked so some of the plot points. Were just a little miss. You're not going to be able to go and do dishes or something all right but this movie was so trippy that y- it's not exactly sure what's going on anyway. She's having these nightmares of being stabbed repeatedly by a guy with like some ice blue eyes in a trenchcoat. He just keeps showing up. Yup and leather racing gloves or driving but these scenes in this movie they are super blues. I mean they had been just yes. Ver very hallucinatory. When she makes it to the devil cold and day decide that in order for her to get through her nightmares of this guy attacking her in her sleep that she needs to drink. The blood of sacrificed goat and then be cereal raped by everybody in the group. Yeah that's what i got out of it. The blood of a goat was like herbalife back. Then everybody was. Everybody was on board with it. That sounds like the plot of a lot of these moves will win with or without the satanic

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Episode 210 2019 After the Fall of New York  - burst 14

The Moratorium

01:41 min | 7 months ago

Episode 210 2019 After the Fall of New York - burst 14

"They climbed the wall to get out of this complex. And there shorty immediately and come with me guys. I know the way they jump over that wall they climb over the but then there's the year acts just kind of opened the gate and walk through massive open the whole time they just want to make it. Look cool wasn't even slightly locked. Yeah i saw super richard mulligan accidents more like pirate. That helps you. What would that sound like. I can't do a good richard. Maga will work on that it sort of christopher lloyd from taxi a little bit. Yeah but i'm not gonna attempt that here but they immediately escaped to the sewer again. That's like go chant. Can't get those guys out of the they end up. I guess getting upon Now a mutant little person village. Oh brother also about the sewer thing. I guess you get production value. Because it does. They probably didn't have to do much you know. It's just the sewer. That's what we're supposed to be imagining here. I just can't imagine having like an expensive camera alike in a sewer where there is waterfalls and even if this is not an active you know maybe this is like a storm sewer rather than like a wastewater sewer which i assume or two different things even ask gross. You know what. I mean. I get it but i mean you know. It gives us a chance to girls t shirt wet. So least there's that thanks

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Episode 208 Demons 2 - burst 25

The Moratorium

01:03 min | 8 months ago

Episode 208 Demons 2 - burst 25

"But it says the scene where hannah has a baby was not a part of the original script. Originally hannah's baby would become a demon inside her and claw. Its way out. Well yeah that's what we wanted. We expected this. Yes exactly but the scene was taken out when lamberto bava and your gento decided. They wanted a happier ending for once. I don't know and we wanted it. We paid for this. Yeah the last seven minutes of the film. I'll i'm thinking of is wins. Baby gonna turn wins his gonna turn come on yes come on and it didn't give it to us want to see that thing flying somebody attacking also that kid came out like a slick. His mom's vagina was like a car. Wash there's not a speck of anything on it.

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Jessica Walter, star of 'Arrested Development' and 'Archer,' dies at 80

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:34 min | 8 months ago

Jessica Walter, star of 'Arrested Development' and 'Archer,' dies at 80

"This is far from what is making anyone happy this week but i did want to say a few words about the wonderful actor jessica. Walter shows died wednesday at the age of eighty and so much of the attention. She's gotten in. Recent years was for her work as lucille bluetooth on arrested development. She also did amazing. Voice work as mallory archer on archer which was kind of amped up lucille booth kind of turning her into somebody even sharper and meaner but really lucille. Blue was jessica walter's masterwork. He's beautiful boy they don't appreciate is his glasses. They make him look like a lizard. Plus he's self conscious. Gee i wonder why if that's a veiled criticism about me. I won't hear it. And i won't respond to it in both roles. She's just indispensable she so cutting and funny distinct and you know both arrested development and archer of stuck around in unexpected ways can get rebooted or coming back for limited runs that way were nothing with a cult following a really has to end. But this is kind of how you know that they actually do. Have to end because without jessica walter. What are those shows. She was so central and so essential. She had an incredible career. Know it's lazy to fall back on. Imdb when you're summarizing a career but her mdp page is basically the modern history of television. She has a hundred and sixty one credits. Spanning roughly sixty

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Episode 203 The Yarn Wall - burst 13

The Moratorium

01:53 min | 9 months ago

Episode 203 The Yarn Wall - burst 13

"For sure. He was the the helicopter pilot and seven. That was probably at the end when they were. What's right right right. True lies terminator. Two so i think that was probably when the t. one thousand crashes through the window lands on that helicopter. Yeah that is probably The most that he the most and the closest a shot of him sure there are some pics of that. Yeah for sure attacked in his name. And all that came up rahman places. Oh it taste. It corrected it to temporal pm. He played challenger in rocky. Three watt did rocky fight a helicopter in part three will throw a punch at the one and only time. I'm going to do that right. This episode for this episode was a helicopter pilot in scarface. hooper. I can't find this guy. Have you spell his last name again. Just go to mitchell mitchell. The martha mitchell story feel compelled to. Here's the entire exchange of Comings and bitten benton the butler awesome. You're a lousy about their coffee. Is cold lousy butler. But it said it was changed from not. I'm not a god damn bad but allows him butler. Yeah he also when he's yelling at the kid Think he throws a curse word. Buzzsaw think he said my said the f. word i would have that kit was really

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New Star Trek Movie in the Works

Pop Culture Cosmos

01:08 min | 9 months ago

New Star Trek Movie in the Works

"A new star trek movie is in the works again again again. Yeah so we've heard several different versions now of star trek movies worse. Went from quinton tarantino was supposed to be an r. rated. That'd be some other ones where chris pine. Who's going to see chris hemsworth. Who was his dad. Go back in time a time drifting type deal and then you have this one now which is going to be written by fear the walking dead co executive producer kalinda vazquez who in. This article is commissioned by paramount paramount. Again paramedic riding an original star trek movie for paramount pictures. Along with of course j.j. abrams bad robot producing and so funny because bad robot is now all place. I mean. we talked about him on the monday. Show with the new superman story. That's in the works. Now we talk about possibly producing a new star trek movie. Of course we know his pass with the star trek movies. So i want to hear your thoughts. Do you actually believe that this will be the actual star trek film that hits the theaters. This is looking more promising than not at this

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Hollywood Monsters  with Mallory OMeara

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

06:01 min | 10 months ago

Hollywood Monsters with Mallory OMeara

"History is written by the winners by men early editors of science fiction anthologies choice to exclude by women and in doing so made many believe that women did not write science fiction in the genres earliest years. This is just one example. And by no. Means the only one mallory mira self-confessed monster lava and film. Ned discovered a similar story in one of her favourite monsters. Millicent patrick was one of disney's earliest female animators and went on to design one of the greatest film monsters of the creature from the black lagoon but a jealous smell. Coworker ensured that there was no prestigious career. A rating millicent. Mallory decided to set the record straight in her book. The lady from the black lagoon. Hollywood monsters and the lost legacy of millicent. Patrick and reestablish. Millicent of monster design mallory. Thank you for joining us. But before we get stuck into things would you please introduce yourself to our listeners. high Yeah thank you so much for having the ottoman cited to to talk about this with you. Three i m author of lady from the black lagoon an fulltime author. And i'm also fellow podcasters. I host the show reading glasses every week with my friend. brea grant. what did you hope to achieve by. Unearthing the story of million patrick and setting the record straight about her contribution to monster design. Well a few things honestly the impetus behind me working on in in writing from the black lagoon was just i wanted to know. Millicent has been my hero. Since i was a teenager and i wanted to satisfy my own personal curiosity i found out about her when i was seventeen and it just seemed creature from the black lagoon like nobody even knew if she was still alive. She didn't have a website. She didn't have a wikipedia entry. Nothing about her online. So i personally just really really wanted to know at as i started digging into her life and her work and in this book i i also just. I wanted people to know that we've always been here. You know i. I actually started working on this book before the metoo movement happened and while i think it's amazing that there's such a huge push right now to get more women in front of the camera behind the camera writing doing everything women everywhere in cosigned for me but i also think it's really important to have people know that women have always been here. We have a legacy here and millicent. Patrick is proof. That and if i could only unearth her story and bring it to the world than i could could prove it is funny. You say that. Because i remember i was a massive star trek fan still but i remember in high school being completely obsessed with original series star trek and then discovering that d c fontana was a woman and i was like women have been there from the beginning. We right star trek. Yeah so i. I definitely can get on board with excitement. It changes everything. I mean finding out that a woman who designed this incredible monster that i became completely obsessed with it changed my life. It made me realize up until that point all of my heroes in the monster world. Where met you know tom. Savini rick baker. Dick smith jack pierce. It never even occurred to me that women did those things and seeing just one single photo of seeing a woman working on the creature from the black lagoon. It broke my brain open. It was like being struck by lightning. And it you can. You can make a direct line from that moment in time in front of my computer. Seven seventeen to me becoming a filmmaker later on up reading a bit about medicine on. You mentioned that you back. Then she didn't have a wikipedia entry. She does have one now on your on it as well. Yes i mean we're competing is basically all from the bottom up until that point there was no there was really no biographical information about her and the stuff that was out there was largely false Sometimes because of Militants own she liked to fabricate biographical information about which was very fun for me to deal with as biographer But it's now now actually people who she is and she has a wikipedia. Entry people You google tons of stuff comes up. It's really it makes me really really happy. So how did she become raised from history in the first ice so the her boss at the universal studios monster shop and she worked there in the early nineteen fifties was a man named bud west more and he was part of a very very famous big family of makeup artist. The west morris His father actually. George west was the man who invented the idea of a makeup department so they were huge. Deal in hollywood at the time he had a massive amount of power and influence not just at universal but in the film world is a whole unfortunately he was also known for taking people's credit being very jealous of the other artists that worked with him if they were more successful or more talented than he was which wasn't hard to do And she designed creature and they shot the movie and it became very clear that the movie was going to be a huge hit. They the universal studios publicity department wanted to send millicent on a press tour to promote it and up until that point in history know in the fifties. There was no twitter. There was no. Imdb there is no way for people to really look into the details of of credits on films. You know back then. There was no like ten minutes end. Crawl at the end of a movie like we get now. There was only like these cards that gave the heads of department Credit for the things that they did so no matter. What but didn't design at on a movie increase in the credits creature. It says makeup. Bud west more So he never was challenged. People always just assume that he designed everything that came out of his shop

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Shopper's Guide: Cheap TVs

Talking Tech

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Shopper's Guide: Cheap TVs

"Those new. Tv's on sale during the holidays are pretty amazing. Two hundred dollars two hundred twenty five dollars one hundred and fifty dollars some as low as ninety nine dollars. What's the catch folks. What's the catch will here. It is many of them use different software platforms that you really need to be up about before you make the purchase for instance. Would you like to watch. The sequel. To the wonder woman called wonder woman nineteen eighty-four that is debut on christmas day on streaming television in a few theaters. Why no. I'd like to see it. But if i go out and buy the new. Tcl roku branded tv. I can't watch wonder woman nineteen eighty-four because roku doesn't do business with hbo. Max the channel. That is running. Wonder woman on christmas day. Confused let me fill you in on the different platforms. Starting with roku they have a wonderful tv. These tcl td's that roku branded you don't have to buy a streaming stick everything is built in there's hundreds of channels everything but hbo. Max which is the new channel that debuted in may. It costs fifteen dollars a month. It gives you plus the warner brothers library films. Like wonder woman nineteen eighty-four the friends reunion. It's coming next year. Reruns of the fresh prince of bel air. Lots of really good stuff. Beyond that roku has disney plus it has peacock it has the roku channel which is ad-supported and shows everything from the hunger games movies to older. tv classics. Like bonanza roku is a great tv. But if you're gonna wanna see wonder woman you're going to need to buy an amazon fire stick streaming device for about twenty five dollars plug it in and watch wonder woman on hbo. Max on your tv. That's the workaround speaking of amazon fire. Tv addition amazon branded. Tv's are available from cigna. Which is the best. Buy house brand and toshiba. They're aimed at cord cutters the advantages that you don't have to buy a fire tv stick to get streaming since it's built into the set. The good news is amazon. Has disney channel and hbo max but it doesn't have nbc universals peacock which is another new channel. That debuted in july amazon promises voice control with these sets to direct the alexa personal assistant to turn on and off the tv and select channels for you but to do that. You need to enable the alexa skill in your app. Repressed the voice command on the remote control. Plus channel selection won't work with the cable box just antenna tv android google tv. While the google platform is best known on sets from sony. Tcl and high sense and they had the google assistant and chromecast streaming platform built in well in september. Google announced the new google tv with takes more. Google centered approach tv by offering personal suggestions to tv shows. It thinks you wanna watch. The suggestions come from google following your taste on google search and youtube us additionally google tv will enable you to run your smart home the google nest devices and use and use your google photos collection as a screensaver however google tv is currently only the the the twenty twenty fifty dollar chromecast streaming device. Google says it will come. The tv's from sony and other android partners in twenty twenty one with google no issue with hbo max or peacock. They got them. All finally ties in. That is the name for samsung's tb operating system and several new models. Answer to many including google assistant amazon's alexa and samsung's own bixby. Samsung has its own free channel. Which is similar to amazon's imdb and the roku channel called tv plus any resemblance to blow. Td is not accidental. Pluto runs the samsung channel under the samsung name questions about tv platforms. I'm here to help. I'd love to hear from you on twitter. Where match jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech.

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Episode 138 The Yarn Wall - burst 15

The Moratorium

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Episode 138 The Yarn Wall - burst 15

"Knicks. Suck ass hamburg. I'm very good. No when terra's takeover to oil rigs and threatened to blow them up if their demands are not met and eccentric anti-terrorism expert volunteers his unique commando unit to stop them. The commando unit includes roger moore. Anthony perkins michael parks and james mason. Who's james mason. James mason's the guy from he was captain nemo nobody was captain. Kangaroo captain caveman. Oh it was captain nemo in got what. What is the movie. That i've know him the most i mean he was. I think i might get him in john. Houseman mixed up. Give me your best john houseman. He sounds just like james mason now. He's sounds different. I i can't do it right now. I have to have a certain level of like a throat. Bubble in the cross of iron no l. He plays striker in the salem slot. Tv movie from the seventies. how as the Yes he's like the the human face of

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The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen

The LEADx Show

05:33 min | 1 year ago

The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen

"And then that's why i'm voting for now that's a that's going to be like. What the heck did we say. We just missed that cold cut. Sean so i i mentioned were talking mainly for forbes. We're gonna take this audio. Put it out as a cast as well and I want everyone who's listening and stuff to to know that this is kind of interesting. I mean i was just decided. I'm going to watch a documentary. While i'm on my treadmill and so choose brand new recommended for me net flicks versus the world on amazon prime which reading from imdb the story of how a tiny broke silicon valley startup slew giants of the movie rental world warded off amazon and forced movie making and distribution into the digital age. And i was blown away by it. And i mean like who made this thing and then i said who shone coffin and i want to make sure i don't forget so i i learn a little bit about you from your website. Texas movie director dot com. I then started stalking you on twitter. Where you're handle is dude versus movie. And that's a dude. Vs movie and i reached out and said hey man. I'm a fan from a couple of angles a the netflix's story but also what it's like to be an indie moviemaker these days. Do you wanna talk and you were nice enough to say yes. So welcome to the cast. Thanks for chatting for forbes. Thanks for having me. I mean when you reached out. Like i've i've actually used twitter to reach out to people that watch the movie. So it's it's interesting to talk to people from like south. Africa are vancouver or across the pond in england. Because you know as a you know Independent moviemaker here in austin texas outside of hollywood itself. It's it's cool to have your work seen around the world expr- especially when it was a. It was a tough hill to climb so to speak to get the film ned. Well we'll get more into that in a second but so how. How did you get into the movie making business. What's your back when you look like a pretty young guy so to have something like you know out there like this seems pretty. Cool my Camera must be doing good things for me. 'cause i'm i'm thirty seven i have Four children and they definitely make me look tired. all the No so i I went to i. I went to college here in austin at university of texas to become the next you know mcconnell. Hey no no. I'm a texan. So i wanted to university of texas to get a film degree in the graduated I worked on a few independent films. Here in austin and then started working for tv on a show called room raiders. The basically someone would go through three different rooms in based on that they would decide who they went on a date with So yes oh. That show ended up getting canceled. But i moved out to la. And i did a celebrity interviews and red carpets for a platform call cannot lose which is a european station and i worked for the spanish version of that and so i was out there in hollywood for bed and and most most people in la will attest to this. Like you're not going to own a house in l. a. Unless like you're like a millionaire. You're hitting a big. We decided although i loved l. a. in i loved what i did out in la. I wanted to move back to texas. I could actually own a house tonight. And i ended up back out here but i always had the desire to kind of a make movies and like i said before having poor children young girls madeta girls In my wife having a successful career herself documentary as is what you can do. Is you could go fly somewhere for a week. Flight home to be with the family and everything so That's that's what i did in the first movie i worked on. There is a couple of guys making a trying to raise money to make a documentary about nickelodeon. And i grew up in that nickelodeon like i loading kid like. I didn't have the disney channel nickelodeon so it was definitely something that i was like. Well i'm used to interview in celebrities in such such like that. So i can jump onto this project and help them because Interviewing people for movies. Like tom cruise and will smith and everything. I knew the nickelodeon people weren't going to be above that level. So i was are used to working with a high profile tile talent so i came on there I helped shoot. I helped edit. And i helped produce and then at the end of that. I was looking on the next project i wanted to do in the book and i don't. I don't read a lot. Because i'm always jumping from show to show or working on different cell for spending time with my family but i read this book. That's called netflix. That epic battle for america's eyeballs which gina keating wrote. And it was. it was about netflixing their origin. That would be a great documentary. So i reach out turn. I was like hey. I'm starting my next documentary. I would love to interview you. She said why Actually started my documentary Maybe we should team up. And so that's how the the movie started.

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"imdb" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

Sobre Actuando

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"imdb" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

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"imdb" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

Sobre Actuando

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"imdb" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

"Hola, Bonita off the Internet Movie Database imdb. Oh and internet package name was Adam on suitability to Caliente is better.

"imdb" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

Sidewalk Ghosts

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"imdb" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

"This in your own reciprocate energy is is really about that. This is where we grew up as a community as people we have to allow people to be individual selves and then we have to be able to to be honor them for their differences whatever that divorce maybe and then see if we can grow from it and you know, not everybody is meant to be a perfect piece in the puzzle. That's why they're puzzles, but allow that piece dog. Kidspeace you be your peace and then collectively we make a puzzle. We may not necessarily belong together, but we belong for the whole picture for the whole picture to be great. We need each other and that's what's important their character proven by their reverence from others. They obviously loved as well the way they kindly recognized others moved my heart. So I sat together backstage and wait for a performance to come I was touched as they allow me into their lives. We've talked about our mothers and we shaped almost every my mom my mother and father never went past the third or fourth grade at a time that time as they married and became sharecroppers and they always picked Cotton Patch worked in the fields, you know, but there's some way in which my mom Whenever the joy of being around a mother and father it was that's contagious. If she could have come to that little farm and put roll out a red carpet for how long of a walk or she would come and do that. My mother graduated from college from college. She was the first sent her family to graduate from college, but the sacrifices made that were made it allowed her to graduate from college. They'll allow her sister and a brother to graduate from college were enormous and I've never seen I never seen anybody else has such reverence for their mother and father. Yes. I am but to see it come from that small community that they never left in they've never left. They were born in that Community. They lived in that Community worked in a community and they made their transition in that community and the beautiful thing about that is to watch my mom who going in other place. The world to come back and always pay homage to them and say you're the most important people in my life. You are the view of the center of what I am in you because you I am who I am and that was a beautiful that was a beautiful lesson as a child cuz you watched it interactions child watches the action it sees them you listen to them on the phone, you know, but some reason every time I heard my mother called my my my her mother and father my grandparents on the phone. She sounded like she was twelve years old and she foundations twelve years old and talking to him with such gentleness. What do you need mama? Would you need daddy? All that kind of gentle was remarkable, you know the remarkable and I felt that I wanted to be I wanted to have the same relationship with my mom and dad and I did you know, I was fortunate to have this this one month. Real relationship and beautiful relationship with my parents, you know, but you know what all for my siblings would say the same thing is a beautiful and it all starts off. You know, it starts when you look back on your life and you think about those particular moments and you think about what are the gifts that are given to you to allow you to start to listen to really try to hear to really try to understand and all that's all of that, you know, where it comes from and that's that's something that's just wanted. I think that's one of our Lives gifts to be able to do that. So it is to my new friends. I pay tribute engaged and unified to do my part as an unknown voice in furthering a Grand Mission within the reach of us all. A call that we each cultivate and celebrate our uniqueness perhaps we can individually find substance and filling our wells to the fullest. To have purpose as we reach out to one another and as we do to see more clearly the navigation of our individual lives. So it is that healed from my mind and just pressure. I am ever grateful to have been able to see past your IMDb. And as you have given this gift to me I stand for our share it with the world a quiet whisper that if we each allow into our hearts is one that just might be orchestrated by a most similar and loving author. So to Danny Glover and Cedric the Entertainer that beyond recognition of what you do or how well the world knows you I feel most inspired to share a profound. Thank you for who you are dead. And purr that letter that my new friend Cedric had mentioned. Well, I think what it read has already been said.

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"imdb" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

Sidewalk Ghosts

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"imdb" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

"Recognized others moved my heart. So I sat together backstage and wait for a performance to come I was touched as they allow me into their lives. We've talked about our mothers and we shaped almost every my mom my mother and father never went past the third or fourth grade at a time that time as they married and became sharecroppers and they always picked Cotton Patch worked in the fields, you know, but there's some way in which my mom Whenever the joy of being around a mother and father it was that's contagious. If she could have come to that little farm and put roll out a red carpet for how long of a walk or she would come and do that. My mother graduated from college from college. She was the first sent her family to graduate from college, but the sacrifices made that were made it allowed her to graduate from college. They'll allow her sister and a brother to graduate from college were enormous and I've never seen I never seen anybody else has such reverence for their mother and father. Yes. I am but to see it come from that small community that they never left in they've never left. They were born in that Community. They lived in that Community worked in a community and they made their transition in that community and the beautiful thing about that is to watch my mom who going in other place. The world to come back and always pay homage to them and say you're the most important people in my life. You are the view of the center of what I am in you because you I am who I am and that was a beautiful that was a beautiful lesson as a child cuz you watched it interactions child watches the action it sees them you listen to them on the phone, you know, but some reason every time I heard my mother called my my my her mother and father my grandparents on the phone. She sounded like she was twelve years old and she foundations twelve years old and talking to him with such gentleness. What do you need mama? Would you need daddy? All that kind of gentle was remarkable, you know the remarkable and I felt that I wanted to be I wanted to have the same relationship with my mom and dad and I did you know, I was fortunate to have this this one month. Real relationship and beautiful relationship with my parents, you know, but you know what all for my siblings would say the same thing is a beautiful and it all starts off. You know, it starts when you look back on your life and you think about those particular moments and you think about what are the gifts that are given to you to allow you to start to listen to really try to hear to really try to understand and all that's all of that, you know, where it comes from and that's that's something that's just wanted. I think that's one of our Lives gifts to be able to do that. So it is to my new friends. I pay tribute engaged and unified to do my part as an unknown voice in furthering a Grand Mission within the reach of us all. A call that we each cultivate and celebrate our uniqueness perhaps we can individually find substance and filling our wells to the fullest. To have purpose as we reach out to one another and as we do to see more clearly the navigation of our individual lives. So it is that healed from my mind and just pressure. I am ever grateful to have been able to see past your IMDb. And as you have given this gift to me I stand for our share it with the world a quiet whisper that if we each allow into our hearts is one that just might be orchestrated by a most similar and loving author. So to Danny Glover and Cedric the Entertainer that beyond recognition of what you do or how well the world knows you I feel most inspired to share a profound. Thank you for who you are dead. And purr that letter that my new friend Cedric had mentioned. Well, I think what it read has already been said.

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"imdb" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

Sidewalk Ghosts

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"imdb" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

"I waited a little apprehensive even nervous is anticipated their arrival to individuals of global visibility who as entertainers and advocates for the betterment of society carry a Monumental list of life accomplishments. So as the new guy on the Block about reach, yeah, the thought of meeting them left me some time what week need the place. We were not important and the date and time Irrelevant for the telling of the story. What is of Center topic is the spirit. I felt as I received a most sure and Ed answer a peace and acceptance if you will that swelling in my chest as they entered the room clicked also relevant to the mission of sidewalk ghosts. For we all have an inner glow that has a profound impact on this world we share and no matter if we are living in the Limelight or not. And if we feel of its warmth and pureness long, it has the presence to flow into the hearts and lives of all us in the words of my new friends. I've been one of the key things for me always is is to try to find your truck this day authentic to it. That's the biggest thing about the human and being a great citizen. I think that if we all just found ourselves being a good citizen being authentically truthful we do help the world in that way and that is really, you know, just some of the key things that I try to instill in my kids but it's a big thing to expect from others, you know is to expect people be authentic with you to be honest to be forthcoming to really put it on the table. And so we find ourselves off Throughout our lives putting up guards and building those things in these defenses in a lot of ways prevent you from being authentic because you now put up a guard to guard yourself from someone else, you know up intensity. So it's that is the trick and you know is where the world kind of falls into these pitfalls. We're often affirmed by by a rep firms Often, by the way in which people see themselves when you see joy, and when you when you have a conversation that sympathy and there's love in the conversation, but I remember something once I was in Detroit and in a community Gathering and I was talking to a fourth grade teacher and he says at the beginning of every every year he has two students one question. What does it mean to be a human being dead? And that's the question he has as the students. So if you could take all that that that one phrase that had one sentence long and and use it as a ground work as a foundation for building the kind of society. We were going to build or can imagine that says something about what we the possibility of what how where we can go and who we can be there's decisions that we make their science. Off and on for the Sciences irrefutable. It's happened because this is wrong. This is this happened but the science of being a human being could be what we want. We can be the most money. We could be the most lovely weekend to be the most understanding and compassionate if we we could begin to shake ideas around that, you know, that that could be Give us leaders to some place and lead us some place a dangerous place because it means this vulnerability. It's all the other things that happen, but the world that the world then I would like to wish for with a dreamful would be again there then we become together in a different kind of way. And yes, that is an important standard wage, but I think that it's happened to my life. And when I met Frederick, you can tell by his stories honoring each other stories and everything that happened to us like we don't get here to where we are. I mean, we're not saying that status but who we are as people beyond our success in our careers, we don't get there unless we have sung the at the core basis that we have to say instead of you said it's so much just finding that place where you have what's instilled in you? And it's been instill In You by others from my mother's parents or relatives or friends and everything else all those particular things are things that I think should shape with and give us a chance and opportunity to make it a better world their phones rang with endless regularity also apparent hands were tugging at them and not wanting to be another pulling influence. I stood back trusted the little voice inside myself that told me to Simply listen and as they took time to share tender telephone, I love yous with their wives. I have served Beyond The Barrage of texts memos and ringtones eyewitness to most caring Men Who as they did their part as caretakers of this world. We share example and deeper story a sister who they really are. Well, I don't know if you'll share your letter in this podcast, but you know to everybody listening Richard is a letter that he wrote about meeting. Yep. About how the day of his day anticipate anticipation of and then the day and time that he spent with us. My mother always taught me that I believe is his name important. I try to live by this is is that your name your good name is as you would add walks in the room before you do and leaves after you do physically. So what you said is exactly was a you know, you reaffirmed a lesson my mother had because you had all this intense anticipation of what you thought was going to happen. And then we walked in the room the idea that you who you thought I was and who you thought Danny was was affirmed and you be instantly became relieved and then when we left and separated and you went about your day you were so inspired after you wouldn't physically with us to literally write about it. That's if we're dead. Leave those kind of Impressions on people that is the that is as human beings and and to and to give you Applause you've done it to me now. I mean, even yesterday we had a great time. So I definitely remembered you. We we had had great personal laughs with each other. So when when we saw you when we saw you downstairs, I instantly knew who you were in history. You had good vibes and was a good dude. And so, you know to be able to come here and do this in your own reciprocate energy is is really about that. This is where we grew up as a community as people we have to allow people to be individual selves and then we have to be able to to be honor them for their differences whatever that divorce maybe and then see if we can grow from it and you know, not everybody is meant to be a perfect piece in the puzzle. That's why they're puzzles, but allow that piece dog. Kidspeace you be your peace and then collectively we make a puzzle. We may not necessarily belong together, but we belong for the whole picture for the whole picture to be great. We need each other and that's what's important their character proven by their reverence from others. They obviously loved as well the way they kindly.

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"imdb" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

Sidewalk Ghosts

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"imdb" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts

"I waited a little apprehensive even nervous is anticipated their arrival to individuals of global visibility who as entertainers and advocates for the betterment of society carry a Monumental list of life accomplishments. So as the new guy on the Block about reach, yeah, the thought of meeting them left me some time what week need the place. We were not important and the date and time Irrelevant for the telling of the story. What is of Center topic is the spirit. I felt as I received a most sure and Ed answer a peace and acceptance if you will that swelling in my chest as they entered the room clicked also relevant to the mission of sidewalk ghosts. For we all have an inner glow that has a profound impact on this world we share and no matter if we are living in the Limelight or not. And if we feel of its warmth and pureness long, it has the presence to flow into the hearts and lives of all us in the words of my new friends. I've been one of the key things for me always is is to try to find your truck this day authentic to it. That's the biggest thing about the human and being a great citizen. I think that if we all just found ourselves being a good citizen being authentically truthful we do help the world in that way and that is really, you know, just some of the key things that I try to instill in my kids but it's a big thing to expect from others, you know is to expect people be authentic with you to be honest to be forthcoming to really put it on the table. And so we find ourselves off Throughout our lives putting up guards and building those things in these defenses in a lot of ways prevent you from being authentic because you now put up a guard to guard yourself from someone else, you know up intensity. So it's that is the trick and you know is where the world kind of falls into these pitfalls. We're often affirmed by by a rep firms Often, by the way in which people see themselves when you see joy, and when you when you have a conversation that sympathy and there's love in the conversation, but I remember something once I was in Detroit and in a community Gathering and I was talking to a fourth grade teacher and he says at the beginning of every every year he has two students one question. What does it mean to be a human being dead? And that's the question he has as the students. So if you could take all that that that one phrase that had one sentence long and and use it as a ground work as a foundation for building the kind of society. We were going to build or can imagine that says something about what we the possibility of what how where we can go and who we can be there's decisions that we make their science. Off and on for the Sciences irrefutable. It's happened because this is wrong. This is this happened but the science of being a human being could be what we want. We can be the most money. We could be the most lovely weekend to be the most understanding and compassionate if we we could begin to shake ideas around that, you know, that that could be Give us leaders to some place and lead us some place a dangerous place because it means this vulnerability. It's all the other things that happen, but the world that the world then I would like to wish for with a dreamful would be again there then we become together in a different kind of way. And yes, that is an important standard wage, but I think that it's happened to my life. And when I met Frederick, you can tell by his stories honoring each other stories and everything that happened to us like we don't get here to where we are. I mean, we're not saying that status but who we are as people beyond our success in our careers, we don't get there unless we have sung the at the core basis that we have to say instead of you said it's so much just finding that place where you have what's instilled in you? And it's been instill In You by others from my mother's parents or relatives or friends and everything else all those particular things are things that I think should shape with and give us a chance and opportunity to make it a better world their phones rang with endless regularity also apparent hands were tugging at them and not wanting to be another pulling influence. I stood back trusted the little voice inside myself that told me to Simply listen and as they took time to share tender telephone, I love yous with their wives. I have served Beyond The Barrage of texts memos and ringtones eyewitness to most caring Men Who as they did their part as caretakers of this world. We share example and deeper story a sister who they really are. Well, I don't know if you'll share your letter in this podcast, but you know to everybody listening Richard is a letter that he wrote about meeting. Yep. About how the day of his day anticipate anticipation of and then the day and time that he spent with us. My mother always taught me that I believe is his name important. I try to live by this is is that your name your good name is as you would add walks in the room before you do and leaves after you do physically. So what you said is exactly was a you know, you reaffirmed a lesson my mother had because you had all this intense anticipation of what you thought was going to happen. And then we walked in the room the idea that you who you thought I was and who you thought Danny was was affirmed and you be instantly became relieved and then when we left and separated and you went about your day you were so inspired after you wouldn't physically with us to literally write about it. That's if we're dead. Leave those kind of Impressions on people that is the that is as human beings and and to and to give you Applause you've done it to me now. I mean, even yesterday we had a great time. So I definitely remembered you. We we had had great personal laughs with each other. So when when we saw you when we saw you downstairs, I instantly knew who you were in history. You had good vibes and was a good dude. And so, you know to be able to come here and do.

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"imdb" Discussed on G&Q Review

G&Q Review

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"imdb" Discussed on G&Q Review

"Grant. Three point eight the fog. Thirty four thousand ratings. Man I like this. Well grants over I I've film guys. It's bad writing bad dialogue, but but you know entertainment. I'm not going into this, you know we have a circumstance. I'm not saying. Hey, let's let's a what are those things called the red box or whatever the DVD? Talking about box breadbox, one night rental, BVD something like that. Yeah, so it's not like I, went there. You didn't go to the eater. You went to the Red Sox. No yeah, no, well not even that you know I, you know someone from the inner. Webster showed this with me, and I knew it would movie going into his, so I made the best of and I enjoyed this. My time watching this was a fun time. See I I had a little. Bit of a different opinion, you know. I went in there as you know each one of these guys in the list, they their goal was not to end up on the bottom one hundred dollars that with the director at all the people involved making it, you know wanted. The outcome to be so I went in with a fresh set of eyes and said you know what's. Maybe, this is a better than people say it is, and that's how I think. I'm going to be going in for a lot of the other ones. But this one was i. mean this was awful I didn't get as much nearly as much entertainment as you did. I it was a slow, slow slow. Burn that. Did Not. Naked. Bad. Naked Gun so I'm going to be going under says just don't want I mean there's no reason to watch it. At, all really took up. We. Go. Toward the Yes it's a tough word. H I. K! Yeah, but there's some charm too bad movies that you know I'm discovered. Maybe maybe that'll. Maybe that'll come up I don't know. That one just didn't..

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"imdb" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

The Streaming Wars

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"imdb" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

"Than. That is being adapted. A business competition series from Ahrq. Brunette is going to be hosted by Bethany Frankel and that is landed a series order. The GORDEEVA chronicles is currently in development and minks has gotten a pilot order which project. That's Paul Feek has urged to jumping over to some other services. It's just a couple of quick things. I up. Quick be quick has green lit a Demi Levato talk show and then they have added a series that will feature Celebrity Mental EST over at Hulu. They're developing the thriller drama series called the Holdout and then finally the the thing that I think is the one that we need to talk about his. Imdb TV has into deal for certain Disney and Fox titles. I don't think a lot of people know what I'm not is. I certainly didn't know what it was before this story popped up. I had heard of it. Didn't really understand what it was so if you're unfamiliar with what is. Imdb is a website which most people use to view credits of actors and people involved in variety of different productions and things like that Amazon had bought the bought the website years ago and one of the things that they've done more recently they've started a free streaming service that is branded with the IMDB name it's called IMDB TV. And basically it's very similar to like Zumo to PLO TV where there's content available to watch and it's completely free because it's ad supported so this new project is essentially a lot of ABC shows and allow Fox shows are now license to IMDB TV. Where they'll be able to have those projects on their service now..

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"imdb" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"imdb" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Her IMDb profile is stacked with incredible TV shows and movies like Twin Peaks Californication boogie nights the hangover Austin powers the spy who shagged me and more they'll play around of deal breakers he drives an old police car but not least talk about some of heather's past costars they would wire every set and play music in his ear but that he thought would like inspire him in the city that and more coming up in minutes right here on on a Ferris is unqualified there isn't qualified the podcast you can listen to it I heart radio and we're playing highlights for you right here on one of four three my F. and you'll hear more with me on a Ferris and just a few minutes.

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"imdb" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"imdb" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"You would be hurt. By that beyond measure. It's just a jersey man. Like be Warren Sapp, if you don't want anyone to touch your jersey. You weren't that you were good. You weren't great. And there's a new sheriff down. His name is Bruce Arians. I mean, that's it new roles we sheriff new roles that's the deal and he wasn't warrants that. That's the key part, if it's Warren, Sapp, even new sheriff comes in and preserve that jersey, but you're just Gerald McCoy. Get over it doing a favor. Chris look up. Gerald McCoy's IMDB, and let's see how many stats do God gets right about what Gerald McCoy IMDB an look movies looking to check it out. Check out your McCoy's I am as pro football focus. Great. Are you saying McCoy's a bit better than that? I'm giving them credit for I'm saying the part that's going to make this hard is that, that position doesn't lend itself to a lot of sacks and saying he's not orange. Sap is saying what every defensive lineman since Warren, Sapp is, which is that they're not Warren Sapp getting sacked from the middle of the field. So I'm McCoy's IMDB. There was an acting credit and which he played Gerald McCoy in the league, which was a popular show on FX, then he played himself on the Dan Patrick show in episode twelve point four two thousand eighteen and also something called the game day commute. He played himself archive footage, he was featured once on Romans burning. I had coffee with my coli half an hour ago. We should check us apps. IMDB. You know, Gerald McCoy never appeared Dan league leaders and sacks never had double digits not one year. Never he plays defensive tackle, whatever. But guys, we some of the pawn a second, Gerald McCoy IMDB page. I don't know why he's got to. But that's why I told you to look for him. He played by he played himself on celebrity family feud, he played himself on TV series called boomer and geo. Oh, is that? The, the new morning show out there played himself on the Jim Rome show. He's been typecast as himself. No, no, no. He played an audience member and WWE raw in two thousand seventeen and he played himself as an Oklahoma sooner in the FedEx national championship payments. I went to Warren Sapp's IMDB, and in two thousand twelve did you guys know get had a show called judge Sapp? Warren, Sapp was a judge in Warren staff court. Neil people resolve real issues before one of sport's, most outrageous, and outspoken personalities, donning, a robe and wielding a gavel for the first time judge Sapp lying to click now. Jimmy a favorite hold onto that Bill. Get me as much as you can get cleared..

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"imdb" Discussed on Raised by TV

Raised by TV

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"imdb" Discussed on Raised by TV

"Only takes like your fifty fifth person getting friend getting a staff writer before you go to put a spectacle. And then to be able to have that example in your home. It's so neat my partner. I would say was always more of the schemer than me. Like he was when you started the comedy troupe. I think he was waiting started thinking after college we could go back out there and put on a show, and that's how we'll get an agent or whatever and his father was an entertainment lawyer. Something about the mindset to me. I guess I'd never thought of writing. Then I liked it. But it was still a pretty big leap. Like, I was maybe a senior in college before I thought an I'm going to do it. Yeah. That's cool though. That's still the most. That's awesome. It worked out. Yes. Speaking work at young bridge up there. There are some mysterious gaps in. I wanna hear about the gaps. Let's take a quick break. And we'll come back with Johns. I am to be smart move. Let's dive in this. Do you? See do you see something on the I'm curious kind of jumping back and forth. Because I see that you your first writing credit on IMDB is from nineteen eighty five. But then you also have a producing credit from nine hundred eighty eight. So I'm curious about how that happens people because I've even seen that happen with people. I know where I'm like, oh, that's number visor. Oh, yeah. They're Steph staffer, oh, they produced the show. I don't understand that path. I I can't explain that path. But that probably won't explain whatever happened between one thousand nine hundred five thousand nine hundred eighty like later in my career, what happened once I was writing for TV is it's just title bumps and like TV shows at least used to be very hierarchical you'd work your way up from staff writer to story editor to executive story editor to co-producer producer, supervising producer, co executive producer, all those jobs. Do the same thing basically until you get to executive producer? If that person Bruns the show them. That person does something different. And so it's like payback with every title if it's your if your third season in a row, you're up to story. And and some shows take all that more seriously than others like in the eighty some shows could literally determine where you sat and like more senior writer might tap a younger right around the shoulder wanting the writer to vacate the seat. Just like you have really crazy stuff. A lot of these old sitcom models. I feel like when staffs were bigger, especially we're very militaristic. Yeah. So that's all that title stuff is. It's like your rank all marching like what's the difference? Really? In this case, you're coming up jokes. And you're pitching stories and either you're the person making decisions or you're not. But yeah, I guess and now you can be like a coat like if you go to a writer's room. You couldn't tell the difference between co-producer and a staff writer based on how the conversation normally. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Can you tell me what television parts is and Michael Smith and television parts, which was a series that came off of that? Or was TD television parts move pilot because they're labeled as TV movies, which I find really annoying. I there's. There's a there's a couple of reasons for that. I think that Michael Nasmyth is mainly guilty for it. Because he compulsively repackages his own products. I graduate from college in nineteen Eighty-one my partner, and I came out here and put on a show a sketch show. We got the material to Michael Ness meth. I think it was through a friend of my partner's father, and he had just on this thing called elephant parts, which was music and short comedy films, and he'd won the first Grammy award for videos from this thing elephant parts, and he was at that moment known for mixing music and comedy together. Now, if you look at it with a critical you'd say he wasn't the best at music, and he wasn't the best at comedy like the Nick cannon those forces. Like good enough at both with a lot of interesting transitions. And he was went the rich at the of the music video. So it was a form that worked what television. And she started hiring us to write comedy sketches for cable TV and stuff mainly with his own money because his mother invented liquid paper. So he wasn't just the monkeys..

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"imdb" Discussed on Raised by TV

Raised by TV

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"imdb" Discussed on Raised by TV

"I woke up at one AM because my dog was going crazy and then at seven AM my fire alarm in my bedroom. Went off for. To woke me up on the couch at like one thirty. Watching. American vandal almost. Takes me while to watch shows because I always have to wake up and then like bump back like to watch. I didn't do my due diligence and watch Ashley and Evan the new Ashley Simpson reality show. That's neck. Oh, yeah. Right. 'cause you're writing a thesis. When everything post to my DVR, I have to. Enough about us and our shit lives. We have a really exciting guests today with an extensive. I m page that is thrilling to me whenever we get someone who unfortunately despite having actual credits. Still wants to be on the podcast like nothing more than the troll through their IMDB. Ask them some questions about shit. They've worked on so ladies and Joe put your answer I feel like right alive show. All right. Let's get pop. Ladies Jemma, you'll put your fucking hands in the air. For. Thank you. Now, we got them hyped. Let's deliver. Let's just talk about your childhood little before you jump into your IMDB page because we love to hear like what you grew up watching, and what your childhood was like in general, I grew up in Greenwich Village in the sixties. So so you're watching out your window. Some of the was pretty it was pretty interesting, very colorful childhood. I grip macdougal street until nineteen seventy that's cool. And I've watched a lot of things indiscriminately, I had no idea up until like, I know thirteen fourteen what was a rerun. And what was new? Yeah. Like when I was a kid. I was watching say the Brady bunch and Partridge family which renew, but maybe I'd watch a Gilligan's island rerun that was old. And I wouldn't know I wouldn't know. It's what. Yeah, we talk about it. Like, I would watch an episode assay by the balance it would be like minute fifteen that I'd be like seen this already. Like, I didn't even realize. Yeah. Like networks indication all that stuff. And I remember being excited about laughing and excited about that, man. But. I think partly that had to do with getting a color TV. Oh, yeah. Seeing everything black and white maybe until sixty seven sixty eight I don't remember when we got color TV, exactly. That was a big deal, and at that point, you would gravitate towards the more colorful. Yeah. I was. In color, at that point, not every show is in color, and the ones that were in colored didn't all look like Batman or laugh in which we're very colorful, right? And it's just at that point. It's just pure like lizard brain pretty colors or even something like the like, the wonderful world of Disney opening credits. Like that was designed for people who just gotten color TV. So you've been experiencing black and white until then have been actually so crazy that must be what it was like when podcast we're adventure. You can relate millennials feel like I would connect it to Pixar movies or something where suddenly became as different type of animation. And it was really cool looking or I don't know it just it seemed to be more realistic finding nemo or like even like Lord of the rings the first trilogy when when new line made that came out, you're like, whoa. You can make like cool shit with via fax shit. Yeah. It was preceded by some years of frustration with like their friends who had color TV. I so it was always like a couple years of are you going over to the friends for the special show or you allow you watching at home like once you knew it existed. It was a little frustrating. So you would still get laughing or something, but it would be not color. You would get if the civic show specific years, but yes, you would still get once shows were in color. You would also see those shows in black and white if you had a black and white teeth, okay? Which was kind of the norm still van and transition. Once we moved to California, I grew up in the valley. Just going to public school from age eleven starting nineteen seventy and I feel like a lot of my like TV viewing. Then was escapist. And that was like perfect family stuff like the Waltons little house in the prayer..

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