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"ingrid bergman" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
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Rhonda Fleming, film star in the 1940s and 1950s, dies at 97
"Rhonda Fleming Ah Hollywood star of the forties and fifties fame for her fiery red hair has passed away at the age of 97 from her first color film, Fleming became popular with producers because of her hair and green eyes are best known films included a Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, starring Bing Crosby. And Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound, starring Gregory Peck and Ingrid Bergman. She also made four films with future President Ronald Reagan
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Virtual festival that will stream exclusively on twitch 12. Years of archive means you can catch many of the headliners acts like Tame Impala and the strokes. Along with artist interviews and much more inside land streaming on twitch can wonder like KCBS 8 52 K. C. B s. You know, the term gas lighting has been part of the political landscape for the past few years. Well, there's a a route for that. It turns out CBS Entertainment reporter Jin. Well, you know, John, I think it went back to a stage play but also a classic film, right? Absolutely classic film. Yes, it was a stage play. It was a novel. Uh, this is called Gaslight. And you know that's a form of psychological manipulation Where person or group makes people question the own thoughts and memories that makes people Christian. What they think is reality. Well, this was in 1944 thrillers Stand. About a woman whose husband makes you think she is going insane. It is so dramatic. It really is great. We're talking about Charles boy, Ingrid Bergman. And and the Lance very won an Oscar for this. Directed by Joyce Corot. It's just sensational. It's a perfect time to see it, Gaslight. And you know when you think of what the term means now, in our modern lands, somebody beat you up with something till you start thinking. Am I the one who's nuts? This one Thiss film was scary if I remember correctly, right? I mean, really dark. Ummm. Yes, you remember, It's totally correctly. It is dark. It is. Ah, perfect time to see it right now where a lot of us are actually feeling. It's a very relevant term. All right. Thanks, Jen. That's KCBS entertainment Reporter Jang go. That's what we like. Jason Brooks slides by from the money watch test stand times air tight for most companies during the pandemic, But Apple has wanted down Facebook's plead for.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Lamonica. Today. We're talking about one of the most iconic women in Hollywood. Her five decade career won her three Oscars two emmys a golden. Globe and a Tony Award. A high profile affair saw her public image go as she herself once said from Saint to whore and back to saint again. Let's talk about Ingrid Bergman. Ingrid Bergman was born in Stockholm Sweden on August Twenty Ninth Nineteen Fifteen. Her early life was marked by tragedy. Her mother Frito Adler. Bergman died when Ingrid was just three years old. And grits Father Justice Samuel. Birdman raised Ingrid alone until he to passed away when she was twelve. After her father's death angered was left in the care of her unmarried aunt who died within months. Eventually Ingrid settled down for the remainder of her teenage years with an uncle and his family. As. A teenager Ingrid began working as a film extra before attending the royal dramatic. Feeder school and Stockholm, and they said well you got in and where you moved on. The stage realized that you had it. We didn't want to waste any more time. You're in because I thought I was out. there. She made her professional stage debut. In nineteen, thirty, five at the age of twenty, ingrid landed her first speaking role in Swedish film, and just a year later in nineteen thirty six. Ingrid landed the role that would change her life. She was cast as a piano teacher who begins an affair with the students father in the film Intermezzo. Let me be with you likely. Only! Performance your attention from Hollywood Ingrid was cast in the American remake of the film Intermezzo, a love story, which received great acclaim. With its Success Ingrid, Bergman initially arrived in Hollywood. Ingrid starred in films throughout the nineteen forties. Including Adam had four sons rage in Heaven and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. She made overtures Broadway making her debut and Liliam, one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, and starring in a production of Eugene Neal's and Christie nineteen one. Ingrid's most celebrated role came in nineteen, forty, two when she starred opposite Humphrey. Bogart, the Wartime Romance Concept Blanca. I've got a job to do to where I'm going. You can follow. The film was a box office success at an enduring classic, which is reserved a place for injured in the hearts of fans for generations. While Ingrid was not nominated for an academy award for her in Casablanca. She was nominated that same year for her performance Ernest Hemingway's for whom the bell tolls. She finally won an Oscar for best actress for her portrayal of Victorian housewife driven to insanity by her husband in the nineteen forty four Kasich gaslight. Oh! That was being. Making you? Kind of men in the world. I'm sorry I'm sorry I'M Career continued to pick up steam with another academy nomination for the bells of Saint, Mary's and with critical acclaim for her collaborations with Alfred Hitchcock and spellbound and notorious. Ingrid returned to Broadway in nineteen, forty, six to portray John in Joan of Arc, winning her first Tony Award for the performance and securing another academy nomination for the film adaptation. During her rise in the Hollywood, Spotlight Ingrid was portrayed as wholesome virtuous. This was likely due to a variety of factors. Unlike many young stars, Ingrid arrived in Hollywood already married her first husband Peter. Lindstrom was Swedish dentist and later neurosurgeon with whom she had a daughter Frito Pia Lindstrom. Ingrid also had a natural angelic look, which she declined to over embellish with the heavy makeup that was popular amongst movie stars of the time. The perceptions of her beauty and family life led to typecasting and more innocent at the onset of her career, but public perception would change in nineteen, forty nine, when Ingrid began a relationship with the Italian film director Roberto, Rossellini. In nineteen, forty nine, Ingrid wrote a letter to Rossellini expressing her desire to be in his films. In response Mussalini wrote a role for her and his nineteen forty nine film Stromboli. During production for the film Ingrid. Russell began an affair. Ingrid was still married to Lindstrom at the time. Though the marriage had not been happy for many years, Rossellini was also technically married to another woman although the couple had separated. Ingrid became pregnant and both she and Rossellini sought divorces. The two married in nineteen fifty shortly after the birth of their son Roberto. News of the affair and pregnancy shocked American fans expressed outrage at the downfall of their former idol. United, States senator Edwin C Johnson Colorado even took to condemning ingrained in public, calling her a powerful influence for evil. Rejected by American moralists Ingrid lived in Italy with Rossellini, or they made five movies together between nineteen, fifty and nineteen fifty five. During that time Ingrid also gave birth to twin daughters is so to an Isabella. Isabella, and onto become a famous model and actress herself. Ingrid made her return to Hollywood in Nineteen fifty six with the starring role anesthesia. It wasn't her both a Second Academy Award for Best Actress and the return of much of her former popularity. high-profile marriage with Rossellini ended in nineteen fifty seven soon after she married large Schmidt a theatrical producer from her native Sweden. Ingrid's work continued over the subsequent two decades on stage and screen. She want an emmy for the nineteen fifty-nine television miniseries adaptation of Henry James's the turn of the screw. In Nineteen, seventy four. She won her third academy. Award this time for best actress, supporting role for murder on the Orient, express, the winner is. Ingrid Bergman. In Nineteen, seventy five shortly after divorcing Lars Schmidt. Angered discovered that she had breast cancer despite her declining health, Ingrid continued to work. She completed her last film. Autumn Sonata in Nineteen Seventy Eight. And her final television miniseries, a woman called Golda in nineteen eighty-two. Performance in the series as Israeli prime. Minister, Golden, my year, one or both Emmy and Golden Globe awards. On August twenty, ninth, nineteen, eighty, two on the day of her sixty seventh birthday. Ingrid. London home. Her funeral was held in the Swedish in west London, and her were cremated and widely scattered off the coast of Sweden. A small portion were kept and interred in the prominent northern cemetery in Stockholm. Tune in tomorrow for the story of another leading lady. 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"ingrid bergman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Tries to convince Ingrid Bergman that she's lost her mind are you trying to tell me I mean saying so what I'm trying not to tell myself but that's what you think is what does that word mean tear gas lighter manipulator like just making you feel like you're crazy yeah and your reality is not clear to you because they're just manipulating you so much and I think everyone has a little gas later in their life I know mine follow us on Twitter at CBS radio giant bomb dot com of your beliefs from the world of this week's big new releases a somewhat unlikely candidates we just don't see many games based on mobile and browser games making their way on the consoles in any form but little fighting game but Grambling fantasy a wildly popular role playing game for phones and browsers has led to this week's grand blue fantasy versus a PlayStation four fighting game from the makers of guilty gear and dragon ball fighters first off it's a tremendous looking game that blends the two D. anime stylings of the original property with a fully polygonal world rotating and twisting to show you angles of the action that would seem impossible in a traditional two D. game the card is interesting in the fighting is accessible and ground it oftentimes these enemies firefighters can be totally overwhelming but the systems in action and grant with entity verses feel more like a pumped up take on Street Fighter and other older fighting franchises it is an interesting swath of single player content to which most fighting games seem to.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Seeing my name which was dumb. Yes. That is Casablanca Humphrey Bogart Ingrid Bergman. All right game tied one-to-one back. That was a party foul. Whose party were you? Apparently yours. Sound drunk? Here's our third. Colleen and Bradley, please identify this classic moment in a famous romantic movie. Bumbling. Has he went Khalid Princess bride? Yes. Colleen two points. You know that? No. A big Princess bride person. Like I've seen it. In fact, in fact, I do remember seeing theater, but I'm not like one of those people who's watched a thousand times, and I know all of the things. Okay. Okay. All right now, I want you to be specific in this. Okay. We have to be Pacific. Yes. Yes. Because this is from a specific film. So Colleen and Bradley, listen carefully. Now, if you identified correctly calling you in today's game has a really great Bradley could still time stay in the game by gentrifying, this classic movie moment. I love you. Bradley trainer, Bradley. That is a movie called seconds. The. The. I picked the wrong. Can we just play it really quickly? Yeah. Sure..
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on Car Talk
"Is as to get thirty of our neighbor to visit him for. We communicate snow sets. It standoff is is the into electron- IX the guys aforementioned. Yeah. Hey, you guys are. Yeah. It might be a neighbor whose he's concocting all of this. You know, you're not giving me solutions today. Here's what you do is going to answer all your questions rent a movie starring Ingrid Bergman right called gaslight. Oh, gosh. Yes. I remember that. Yeah. You want you see that movie? All will be clear to you. Okay. Now. Let's get my wife back 'cause she read because I'll know okay. You may be with the guy that lives. His name. Yeah. Okay. Thanks. In rents the burbs. A pleasure talking to you. I make up to Boston the little snow govern. Sweet. It'd be. My daughter Jennifer pass, your okay? Hi, jennifer. Hi, jennifer. At work with drying. Talk about lack all. These are people. I love it quite interesting. He certainly I mean, he's he's certainly an interesting guy a little, hyper. Yeah. Hyper? Hey, tell switch that they have. One eight eight eight car talk all one eight.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"It's hard to imagine going through life and not having to deal with manipulative people. These are the people who make you think or try to make you think that there's something wrong with you. If you don't do what they want or think the way they do there's a term for this. It's called gas lighting, and it refers to a play from the nineteen thirties that was made into a movie in the nineteen forties. Call gas lighting with Charles boy and Ingrid Bergman where the husband manipulates his wife to try to make her think she's going crazy by telling her that the lights that she sees flickering are not really flickering that she is hearing and seeing things that aren't there when they clearly are that she has somehow lost valuable items that he is purposely removed to the point where she just she can't trust yourself anymore. She must trust him because she must be going crazy now there is a book about this called gay. Gas lighting by Stephanie circus. She's a licensed mental health counselor who says that gas lighters. Use your own words against you lie to your face deny your needs plot against you, turn family and friends against you and more. I suspect you've come across these type of people or maybe even have them in your life today and Stephanie joins me to discuss this. Stephanie, welcome thank you for having. So my first question is where's the line because we're all trying to manipulate and persuade other people? I mean, we're human, and that's what we do as we navigate through life. We try to get people to do what we want them to do. So when does it become abusive because we're all manipulating others to some extent. That's an excellent point. We all use influence to get what we want. We see that advertising that sales again. Yes, we do that to each other to this is where it's used liberally to abuse people's to control. And usually when we're use. Influence for not trying to control or abuse people. We're just trying to get them to see our way. This is very different. This is taking someone's reality. And completely lying about it and turning it on on its head and blatantly lying to the point where you don't notice the little lies because they seem so inconsequential compared to the huge lies you being told. So as a whole different flavor to it. So give me an example. Sure someone saying that what you saw her never happened as someone hiding their stuff, and then blaming you for you stealing it or hiding it on them when they in fact, it also pitting you against people saying so and so said something about you and instead of going to sell on. So you just get mad at that person. And that's what the gas lighter wants to gas lighter wants you to get mad at other people. So you cling closer to the gas lighter. I also sabotaging you at work at taking credit for your work. But it goes beyond that it's also going to the boss in lying to the boss about something that you didn't do I also telling you things will be better. If only you did blank at this. It happens a lot especially couples. I see therapy one will say, well, if you just fix this person, everything be fine. That's a tip off to me that there's some gas lining going on. So why is it? And I don't know if there's any numbers, or you know, what percentage of the people are gas lighters. But why would why would I do this? Why would I other than to just be a jerk? Why would I tell you something that isn't true or or sabotage? Why do people do this for gas lighters? Lying is like breathing. It's essential their wellbeing. And the only way they know how to interact with people through manipulation, they do something called, cognitive empathy. And what that means is they'll express you feelings, but they aren't really feeling them. They'll express feelings the way they think you wanna hear them. So they may apologize for something. But it's not a heartfelt apology. It's an apology that's made in order to get you back into their grass. So if you try to leave the gas later will say everything will be different this time. Please come back. That's called. Hoovering just like the vacuum. They're trying to suck you back in because gas lighters. No longer have that narcissistic attention. They will seek it out. And again, they'll try to get you back in the relationship..
YouTube adds feature films to view for free
"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.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on Car Talk
"Maybe blaming she may be trying to drive you crazy yes gaslight syndrome exactly ingrid bergman and schaal boy air moving well well that could very well be it could be i mean what what's probably wrong is that the horn button mechanism which is which is what it's called in the middle of the steering wheel is probably grounding out and that's that's what makes the horn blow the current comes into that thing and then when you press it you complete the circuit to ground and that's how the horn blows about that's a simple and that's a simplistic answer well that's the answer that is the answer that's a simplistic answer but the correal question is why does it only happen to john that's right that's the real question why are you working on that aspect i am we're we're gonna fevers theory of alliance about the large but this car does not have tilt wheel no of course and there'd be no reason to assume that you would do anything differently except from adjusting the seat because you probably taller than your wife right and adjusting the seat should have absolutely nothing to do with the wiring in the steering column yeah this happened wait almost from the beginning for me are you alarmed but i i don't quite way twice what she does more than two hundred pounds you way more than two hundred pounds only clue we have the only clue we have and it's not getting any.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Sudden they have a picture in their mind and they know what to do and you guide their verses telling him okay you got it wrong here the earth accurate as can be and i don't know if i quoted in the book not that i sometimes because i'm very a believer in imagination in any artist but particularly in acting of course all say uh i quote albert einstein e and my acted the people at the studio today albert einstein that yet here's a quote from alydar he said knowledge is limited imagination is amendment so i cry to repeal the actor freedom and to it his own imagination sony comes on with it i want to see what he has when he's brought me stem week lay down boy yeah yeah in any get a as an artist regardless of whether you have formal training or whether you're learning it as a chorus by doing i mean you bring whatever you have through your total experience as a person has as a performer you draw on that to guide you through the performance in the moment you whether you're seen the scene or or the picture or play in its totality ingrid bergman quickly quoque which i love if any of your liver normal ingrid bergman i i hope so although elated with thinker movie black and white movies in those days nothing colville was in which he was a billiard actress use them anyway her crew was i always bring a piece of myself to every party it just makes sense because is your imagination come from anyway absolutely kind of like you live the kind of like you wanna live with vote for louie in tokyo's on the line with us news book cool him you my fifty years in hollywood and on broadway's memoir of his life and career as an actor screenwriter and director that also serves as on almajd to the many teachers who graced his life one way or another throughout his.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Horse while others will say not were they the movie was released in 1944 black and white stutter were the charles boyer a character attempts to drive that ingrid bergman character off kilter and under his control a having heard doubt perceptions she tells them that the gaslight which illuminated houses in london during the period in the film would get brighter and less right inexplicably he told her know she was imagining things a series of events were manufactured in he kept telling her no you're perceptions are wrong and she was safe with him he would tell her one thing and then claim he said another over time she became used to this expected that she would be confused by her perceptions and the hendon on him for the truth that's just part of what made this movie a terrific thriller but this aspect was so compelling it became the basis for the popular term today gas as described in psychology today it's a form of persistent manipulation and brainwashing that causes the victim to doubt her or himself and ultimately lose her or his own sense of perception identity and self worth but that's not the kicker the kicker is it's not only played within personal relationships it can also be played on intiriwang societies and there are seven stages to a complete gas sliding and the very first one is a lie and exaggerate sound familiar have you turned on television recently whose fake news who is it who can say who's telling the truth say anything and a surge true and call anyone else or any other media organization fake in situations like this all the other rules of journalism and just being polite takes a back seat there's name calling and pejoratives and embarrassing accusations and has all presented as simply the truth armenia diet has been a.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Lippo there was rabihia but safe you a you to leo reliable casablanca gavin same bogart no wild if you just in the mood to just catch are said to catch a certain that you could just watch casablanca you know what though we casablanca if you wanna know how beautiful a woman can look on screen ingmar ing ingrid bergman standing there in the smoke backlit that that that skin that faced the makeup she's fucking gorgeous incomparable i mean i love that movie it's a great movie and an bogart is wonderful in it but there's something about just looking at her amac got damp that's a lucky man to be in love with her at a lucky man but he died so grow i want you to watch goodwill hunting and you know i mean these are just films that listen guys i got a thousand movies you have sitting here i have sat here in a vast leave a click something i forgot about that's the beauty brought this i watched in our work through video store free year i they had nothing when i went to work belgrade hostile i had a replenish emma you guys don't have dis dis dis dis dis dis i had that radio struggle may this z because of my movies lexi's plus they were filming in on what was coming out at that time here at whistling t eighty five captain video that's how much how low videos alevis horse i loved it i was a oneman operation ally talk them lead to me delivering videos nets likes so i would go yet super with a video saying.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"And so much more but romance is where we begin check app humphrey bogart agen a man named sam jaffe was convinced that he was one of the few people i think he was convinced that that that bogey had had it in him to be a a romantic lead to be romantic leading man and prior to that yet at warner brothers he really played a number of while private detectives if you think of sam spade the maltese falcon or sort of renegade outlaw figures and bogart was very worried about playing rick blaine in this film because first off he was concerned about the high differential between him and ingrid bergman bogart was all of five nine i think that maybe commit a bit of a stretch and bergman in without shoes was was was was a good insure to taller and so dancing with her he had to wear platform shoes and he was also worried about his ability whether he could even dancer at all he never danced any films he said late in life is said he really didn't do much different in this film then he'd done in the you know several dozens of films that he made prior to this except that in this case young ingrid bergman all of twenty seven years old at the time she looked at him with that amorous gays and presto he was a a romantic lead it looking at the old kid ingrid bergman had been in a few films in her native sweden bergman herself was often confused during the production she was a little bit uncertain as to you know who wish her true love was it really rick blaine or was it was it paul hendrie its character was it victor laszlo her husband in the film.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And talking on a bed it at least one fork his foot her fort had to be on the floor and there was a classic photo of that kind of making fun of those circumstances of the different 10 things do you know of their photo no no alter look at look it up it it's uh dealing with violence uh is a woman wearing some not scantily clad but showing cleavage and showing a stockinged leg with the dress in have a um i can't of a split the woman sitting on the bed both feet knock on the floor she had a machinegun hannah and and is that if you haven't getting chance research an and signed that photo you will you will love it for all of the issues it touches upon about the things you can't do movies will that that's why in those prepaid movies when you see a you'd see couples in bed together both under the she it it makes you sorta shake your head for second because you're so used to seeing twinbed with married couples and old movies and only daily show i'm before the end of course the vita translated two television then well into the fix ease with those like the dick van dyke show um but certainly with the with the code they were either always interesting ways to get around things yes same flee and hitchcock's notorious um because the kiss uh you know kipniss couldn't go on to long because they would be too suggestive of what they were in a lead to so he's got that great gene in kari grant and ingrid bergman talking and kissing and talking kissing in and it it's really it much sexier because the it keeps it does build and rare kissing for a very long time but because it interspersed with dialogue there was really no real objection um they were following the rule charles leave it to hitchcock to come up with something that can be erotic and you know acceptable but alfred hitchcock did a departure from what he normally put on sale and and onto say the one word frenzy an that film for people who is not seen it you had nudity you had sexuality and you had the name hitchcock and those directory things normally did not shuttling to one deck right 'cause now that.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Ingrid bergman jacqueline beset sean connery said john gielgud anthony perkins vanessa redgrave richard would mark michael yours that's pretty good rise in a new one this one has arnold schwarzenegger's inherit chung as soon as kenneth branagh who is directing great penelope cruz willem dafoe judi dench johnny depp josh gad leslie owed him june you might not know his name i do he played aaron burr hamiltonian from hamilton michelle fifth or is that he pronounce and aim high for online at daisy riley who care was the big star in the star wars movies so it's a it's a nice cast and to get sort of in addition by this the grant the greatgrandson of agatha christie james prichard who runs he's the chairman of agatha christie limited is very excited about this nick very excited for more money grandma yeah but he wants to introduce agatha christie to a whole new generation so i'm i'm very excited for this nine should we go to the rim it again no are i know i have one other question and i'll get out when are we building batteries that accept bowl well in airplanes yeah why are we building batteries like they're saying now is for these large laptops that they shouldn't be checked because they seem to be exploding in they seem to be exploding right exploding so much that he word pay overheat and explode yeah yeah thank limited the drummer from spinal tap get out of here we have all guy when we return jeff ma that's right is going to be with us doing predictive analysis as well as betting yes i'm telling you are you're listening to the tony kornheiser show.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Specified that they fleeing because they are jews um and that's that's true of all these other uh generic refugees who are depicted on screen uh and now in reality so many of them had fled the nazi regime because they were jews let's get to one of the romantic scenes from the film on this is a scene in which bogart is thinking back to his time before the german invasion of france when he and ingrid bergman were falling in love and she was a mysterious character to him she wouldn't reveal much about who she was and they know the germans are about to invade they're just a few hours away and so bergman and bogart a kissing passionately in this is the scene in which he says kiss me as if it were the last time one of the really famous lines from the film let's hear that scene i am you so much more so it's a crazy world anything can happen you shouldn't get away meaning something should keep his of hot wherever they put you and wherever i want you to know kiss kiss messy war that last.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Long and he always bill that way when we check out the wish we could his laidlaw but that's why you go back and anywhere to go away into the glenn low abby which way just phenomenal i have to say we we ended up on because we were pretty by bull with of you know what activities or or what his we were going to visit at each of the location could we wanted to kind of be able to talk to folk at recommendation or or to take it easy and we ended up offending a good amount of time in glen well abby and walking around round defeat headache with though he's on history with though interesting when you add a really yeah i really motivated admiral he ended up wandering around round galway south bend and and going a couple of that he really is the unfair and it really would fun to connect the history of glenn low happy with the history of galway itself and and imagine that and you had dinner in the pullman restaurant which use the three train cars a one of which was used in of film the original film was ingrid bergman murderer on the orient express in an end the the dinner is geared in glenn low abbie's main kitchen and then brought out to the train cars that are like being on the orient express and they're they're finished a you know they're they're they're play did in whatever they have to do with them to finish them off on that little the train is on tracks the go nowhere just sits we'll take a quick commercial break and come back i want your reactions had dinner in the pullman restaurant dead sits behind glen though abby because that's got to be.
"ingrid bergman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of my talk dirt alert to deliver donald door what about ladies and gentlemen jason and alexis in the morning of my talk on of seven want everything entertainment everything pyjama parties i'm jason lex and producer don it's time to get caught up with the dirt alert the alert of the dirty and here we go okay is so the murder on the orient express set trailer came out jason you watched it what did you think by loved it i look i love all the stars in it i i usually hate were a remake sir i'm usually opposed to him look for whatever reason this seemed this one seem very fresh to me the idea of doing murder on the orrin expressed doesn't seem played out and you can't beat the cast yoel the trailer so it has kenneth brannagh it's on our website by the way my wanna some onecom it has kenneth brannagh he plays the main character the main detective in it and we have pillow penelope cruz in the role that one ingrid bergman the oscar 1974 willem dafoe judi dench johnny depp josh gad derek jacobi leslie owed him junior michelle pfeiffer and daisy ridley so the trailer is like one continuous shower they're just moving through the train car and comes up at has their name or who they are like the princess the detective you know and they're all going through he'll it's your classic murder mystery and that is just to speak to are cast agatha christie get it love all of her bucks but johnny depp looks good oh yeah uh i i i'd i was gonna say like seeing a lately on the red carpet he looks kinda gist rough like huang he good lighting i guess could make up and he seemed it that was one of the biggest observations for me was how good he looks yeah we talked.