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"joan blonde" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"joan blonde" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"joan blonde" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:32 min | Last month

"joan blonde" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"They hit a real i. 'cause i know lonnie stevens is a real musician. Where the other guys room musicians as well. Yeah they were it was all faked. Anyway i mean it was all recorded to say actually mike solar did the score for it and he and jerry did this songs and solar having the best musicians in the world. Jerry's gone now you're talking to the men. There is probably closest friends. I've ever talked to mike a couple of weeks ago. The music side of it I was not thrilled with think we. I think we had one when kind of semi hit tune out of was go traveling thing that as they boarded the plane to go to london is with spot. Is that song did have a single recording. I was till one forty five. That's the semi hit. And i can't remember the name of it The truth it wasn't a recording from the film. It was someone recorded one of the songs and at and had a hit with it There was really hit from it. We figured it would be with jerry and mike. You never know you know. They didn't write. Everything was total including is moving. We did two versions of the film because the in the in the search for the man on the girls in fact one of the girls was a was a major model. I think she was a porn model in those days. That we hired was a total coincidence but we said when we release it in europe we can do. the nudity. couldn't do it in the united states. And i have never seen the The newest version of it Since we left one of brothers. I did see a rough cut of the second one. It was exactly the same plot except we had an opportunity to put a little nudity in it and that was beginning to get popular overseas. So we did it. We figured why not do it. So we just double double shot scenes. That was pretty much. It and same. Same girls played Both parts and that's funny and that's mostly what it is. The is the girls dimap. it's funny what's your name From all in the family. Sally struthers was in it more when we shot it and i think she was. I think she suffered some edit. The problems actually when we when we found her she came in for an audition. Also choose sensational. And you're gonna be a big star. Because i think that was the first movie she of made and I remember in large part for her a bit. Because i thought the name bed. he was gonna work Someday really didn't didn't matter. I knew i knew she'd make it anyway but I don't think she's in it much in the in the final cut one of the photos i sent you. It says cherubic sarah. Sally and struthers place a sexy groupie who hangs it all out and lays it on for the four guys of the thinks really and it's her topless with one of the guys from the finks and it looks like they're about to make out. It's not her believe me she did not do that. I wouldn't. I would have never asked her to do that. My wife and i both knew her very well in those days since she was just a child. God i would never do that. So i can't imagine that with this being shelved by warner brothers did anything for your career. I don't think most people ever heard of the advertising. They did all. It was unbelievable in the press. In in hollywood we had to page ad. Almost every single day as the next act was Two pages and daily variety. The next actor was hired. They were doing all the cameo. Bart's you know they've got joan blonde del..

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"joan blonde" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

08:35 min | Last month

"joan blonde" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"We said that's boring. Done too much through albanian. Albania is kidnapping the greatest stars Ever live in america so that our culture could not continue but understand that albania is about forty years by the times so they'll be taking georgia chessel and the lone ranger and talked and all of these people that they think are son so we had that conversation shorter than we. You and i just had it. Okay and He he said. Give me kenny. And he timing on the phone and he's said yeah everything's great you're doing and he's so by the way i gotta take the booker and foster in this morning and they've got he's gonna lock it at columbia damore but i'm telling you the thing is so good oh and taking it. Lebron stoler to do the music which was true and he said because jerry and mike my close friends so anyway you said they can get lebron solar. Do them using. The only reason. I'm telling you is. I don't want you to call me tomorrow. And say why the hell didn't you tell me about the columbia deal that they're going to make that deal. Should i avoiding that call. Don't call me tomorrow. And and hate me right and kenny. Call back about twenty minutes later and said that makes off that. Call all all of which shouldn't exist but That's the way hollywood works. So i mean we we. We felt the idea would work. And it was a matter of getting I loved the idea of the lone ranger and tanto being there with Joan blonde dell and and chessel and all those people joe lewis right who saw jewish so joe louis in a movie we saw. It would work so we went to one. Shot getting the sars or the biggest problem. Most of them are happy. Happy happy to a few we actually Some of the mrs mrs jolson ruby. Keeler ruby keeler had retired for many years and i actually talked her back into coming in out of retirement and after she came to just to do the thinks. I think it was a three day. Shoot tops She went back to broadway. She got the that excited. Mickey rooney went on fact that went. I did a show with making a couple of years. We did bring a few people back but it was. It was that simple and then the the downside is the day the picture is to be released the studios so and good bad or indifferent ted ted ashley. Who's an agent from new york backed with some money. He bought the studio. And of course this show eight eight films. One of them was hours. We had one screening. They never released and I tried to buy it back from them. A couple of times and they said You know they will never sell anything. That's out of somebody else's regime because god forbid it should be it. You know what i'm saying. Don't ever get stuck with a change of management of a entertainment company. You'll be glad. I got to universal right. Now been trying to pry out of there for years because they changed management and they got the distribution rights. They killed eight pictures. One of the directors Knows name too. Big western director. He sued them. Took him about five years and he got the damn thing away from him One of the last two really great cowboy films like ten men there some of them. I forget it could look it but doesn't matter we. We didn't wanna go through this process. 'cause you're gonna also lose you know and they can you release it in four theaters. Say you got you release. Kiss you of I'm surprised what fascinated me. I'm surprised they put it out. Well i guess he came out on. Vhs right the music 'cause when you release one of these very heavy. And that's why. I figured they'd never release it before and so so costly thinking they getting money but they must have released every picture they had so i guess it didn't matter i was really fascinated released after it was. It was very devastating at the at least idolise loved to had it out for a month and had the whole world. Tell me that or laughed or whatever you know it because it's still hanging hanging hangs in the background. I didn't think it was a great film Well i didn't like the interference. We're getting from the studio. I had sutherland. Donald sutherland to play the lead and he just made one picture. He played the part of a gay music. Conductor don't remember the picture but i'd seen him Boy is he eventually pixar. So i get donald sutherland to play the lead and they said that gay bastard i mean. They called him. Gay men will hollywood. Not the most pleasant place to work on those those any- anyway So we lost him because they didn't they didn't want this gay actor playing And sutherland. And i also lost the director in fact lou antonio who's in it as an actor was a better director than than we had the the guy who directed i forget. Forget cats ended up doing that. No lead to lead the dude a good decent job but he was basically a television director. And we wanted to somebody else. But we didn't get any of that so you sell out to get to get this to get that you know you give me one. I'll give you and on and on so and we lost a couple of actors. I had william Powell ready to do it. I loved powell is such a great but he was just two elderly and I spent like three months at the mar on the phone. Trying to get to come back to hollywood. Some some of those fights were more interesting than the film. i think lamarcus was so lonely. She wanted to talk to somebody. I don't know baba calming. Actually maybe but they basically. It's i don't wanna come back to that god damn city any longer there. That's a lot of people. We had a good time making so it seems like you were very involved with the production. I mean not only. Did you get credit. But you're also producers on it. Oh yeah yeah. It was as i say this probably because it was the most. Were getting the the people i mean. I actually talked to clayton. More clayton was in his seventies talked to. I still have this great voice and he looked. He's still looked like a million dollars right and he said bob you know i get a lot of offers become very. I don't know why because he knows what he looks like anyway but he said i've decided that i am willing to take the great lights and righted in sky..

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"joan blonde" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

06:58 min | Last month

"joan blonde" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Movie listening. I totally agree. And i almost wonder if that's part of the reason why like i almost wonder if the stolen baby thing it is like an add on like oh shit. We don't have much going on here. Let's just make the baby stall and why not. It's it's it's a layer. So yeah i think you're absolutely right though it's like it's just continuing on just one thing over and over is what this movie kind of is. It's just it's just the one idea but Let's let's wrap this up. I'll do the finish puzzle than we're get any closing thoughts. We have on the movie Finish puzzle for run includes shadow of a doubt suspicion rear window. Whatever happened to baby. Jane get out gas shining. Mommy dearest love you to death and act misery whole bunch of lifetime movies including a ducted and stolen by my mother the visit also the six cents night of the hunter and sharp objects. So you know. I think you just said it. Though as far as closing thoughts. I mean the fact that this is just kind of a one idea movie is i think that's the main thing here but did you have any other closing thoughts. Anything we didn't quite get to not really. I would just say that. I like all the people involved in this movie. I think there will all go on to do good things and some cases have done good things in the past. This was just a a kind of a story that wasn't ready to be filmed jetted needed more and i look forward to what they do next. Sure i totally agree. You know. i'll also say this is kind of. Maybe a little bit of a backhanded compliment. But the the whole roof seen with you know going across with water in the health and a heat gun on an extension cords break. That whole thing just felt so dumb but at the same time so bonkers that i kinda loved it. I mean points for that. That's a really good point like there's this whole movie like we're just watching an exercise right. You can appreciate certain elements of it but it. It doesn't add up to anything meaningful perfect. Exactly man well. no. I think we. I think we know why we like this movie too much. But i was asked my guests to recommend a movie. You saw recently. That you did like sure i will go in a completely different direction. You know the criterion channel has been my home for most of this Quarantine shore. And i always go by was leaving at the end of the month. And that's how. I organize my viewing and this one. I've been watching a ton of pre code. Joan blonde del movies who as she was kind of unfamiliar to me. Before this year. I watched one last night called dame's which is uh be berkeley directed thing and got. I love these busby berkeley movies. They're in like is like an acid. Flashback before acid was invented. There just is psychedelic and kaleidoscopic. And it's great when they also have good characters. Good stories dame's is why those movies really fi really exciting at that beautiful okay. That sounds great. I gotta check that out. I've never seen it. Sounds amazing him before this five guests will come out. But i'm sure you can find it somewhere else. I have to dig that one up. Well no thank you so much for doing this when you tell people again where they can find you. I'm on twitter a nobel one word. I'm letterbox to tunnel. And i am no until there. You go that is. That's a very good outra rick. Well thanks again. Noah this fun hey lady one yes jasey. Did you like that movie. Yeah it was good but you know in the end. I really think they should wait. Save it for the podcast. Oh yeah our podcast screen fix where me you and a guest fixed a movie available anywhere. You listen to podcasts. Also find us on twitter and instagram at screen fixed pod. What a totally natural sounding promo check us out all right so i hope you enjoyed that conversation about run. Thanks to know could tell for joining me on that one. It was a lot of fun talking about by the way Quick shoutout to a lifetime of hallmark. A another great podcasts. That i've actually been on a couple of times. I was just recently on the episode about saco sister-in-law. They cover a whole bunch of lifetime and hallmark movies. And yeah it's always fun joining those guys to talk about those ridiculous ridiculous movies. Psycho sister-in-law being one. I guess i'm it feels like i'm trying to establish myself as an expert here which i'm very much i just forced to watch these damn movies but A way yeah check those guys out great podcast and i'm on their most recent episode. So that does it for piecing it together for today. If you enjoy what. We're doing here on the show. I would appreciate your reviews and feedback. You can of course review us over on apple. Podcasts replied chaser. We especially appreciate five star reviews but you know. Tell us what you think of the show. Leave us some feedback. We love hearing about that. And of course make sure you're subscribed wherever it is you. Listen to podcasts. And you can Join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all these movies. You can follow us on social media at piecing pod and we also have a patriot on where riposte bonus content as well as exclusive stuff for my music career as well as special stuff from awesome movie year. The other movie podcast. I produce and whole bunch more also advanced episodes of piecing it together on there as well as a lots of great content. All under one roof. The produced. By david rosen patriotic. Check that out. And yeah i guess that doesn't i today. I am going to close this thing out with a piece of music. Like i always do and i think for a big over the top drama mystery. Whatever you call this kind of movie run I think closest thing out with a big over the top dramatic track from my latest album. David rosen. this is actually the closing track on the album. It's called the very last thing and it gets big. It gets dramatic. And i think it fits pretty well here. So this is the very last thing for my new album which is self titled and is available on i tunes on amazon band camp on all of the streaming services. So check that album out. And.

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"joan blonde" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

06:58 min | Last month

"joan blonde" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Movie listening. I totally agree. And i almost wonder if that's part of the reason why like i almost wonder if the stolen baby thing it is like an add on like oh shit. We don't have much going on here. Let's just make the baby stall and why not. It's it's it's a layer. So yeah i think you're absolutely right though it's like it's just continuing on just one thing over and over is what this movie kind of is. It's just it's just the one idea but Let's let's wrap this up. I'll do the finish puzzle than we're get any closing thoughts. We have on the movie Finish puzzle for run includes shadow of a doubt suspicion rear window. Whatever happened to baby. Jane get out gas shining. Mommy dearest love you to death and act misery whole bunch of lifetime movies including a ducted and stolen by my mother the visit also the six cents night of the hunter and sharp objects. So you know. I think you just said it. Though as far as closing thoughts. I mean the fact that this is just kind of a one idea movie is i think that's the main thing here but did you have any other closing thoughts. Anything we didn't quite get to not really. I would just say that. I like all the people involved in this movie. I think there will all go on to do good things and some cases have done good things in the past. This was just a a kind of a story that wasn't ready to be filmed jetted needed more and i look forward to what they do next. Sure i totally agree. You know. i'll also say this is kind of. Maybe a little bit of a backhanded compliment. But the the whole roof seen with you know going across with water in the mouth and a heat gun on an extension cords break. That whole thing just felt so dumb but at the same time so bonkers that i kinda loved it. I mean points for that. That's a really good point like there's this whole movie like we're just watching an exercise right. You can appreciate certain elements of it but it. It doesn't add up to anything meaningful perfect. Exactly man well. no. I think we. I think we know why we like this movie too much. But i was asked my guests to recommend a movie. You saw recently. That you did like sure i will go in a completely different direction. You know the criterion channel has been my home for most of this Quarantine shore. And i always go by was leaving at the end of the month. And that's how. I organize my viewing and this one. Been watching a ton of pre code joan blonde del movies who as she was kind of unfamiliar to me. Before this year. I watched one last night called dame's which is uh be berkeley directed thing and got. I love these busby berkeley movies. They're in like is like an acid. Flashback before acid was invented. There just is psychedelic and kaleidoscopic. And it's great when they also have good characters. Good stories dame's is why those movies really fi really exciting at that beautiful okay. That sounds great. I gotta check that out. I've never seen it. Sounds amazing him before this five guests will come out. But i'm sure you can find it somewhere else. I have to dig that one up. Well no thank you so much for doing this when you tell people again where they can find you. I'm on twitter a nobel one word. I'm letterbox to tunnel and I am no until there. you go. that is that's a very good altro. rick well thanks again noah. this was fun. Hey lady one yes jasey. Did you like that movie. Yeah it was good but you know in the end. I really think they should wait. Save it for the podcast. Oh yeah our podcast screen fix where me you and a guest fixed a movie available anywhere. You listen to podcasts. Also find us on twitter and instagram at screen fixed pod would a totally natural sounding promo check us out all right so i hope you enjoyed that conversation about run. Thanks to know could tell for joining me on that one. It was a lot of fun talking about by the way Quick shoutout to a lifetime of hallmark. A another great podcasts. That i've actually been on a couple of times. I was just recently on the episode about saco sister-in-law. They cover a whole bunch of lifetime and hallmark movies. And yeah it's always fun joining those guys to talk about those ridiculous ridiculous movies. Psycho sister-in-law being one. I guess i'm it feels like i'm trying to establish myself as an expert here which i'm very much i just forced to watch these damn movies but A way yeah check those guys out great podcast and i'm on their most recent episode. So that does it for piecing it together for today. If you enjoy what. We're doing here on the show. I would appreciate your reviews and feedback. You can of course review us over on apple. Podcasts replied chaser. We especially appreciate five star reviews but you know. Tell us what you think of the show. Leave us some feedback. We love hearing about that. And of course make sure you're subscribed wherever it is you. Listen to podcasts. And you can Join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all these movies. You can follow us on social media at piecing pod and we also have a patriot on where riposte bonus content as well as exclusive stuff for my music career as well as special stuff from awesome movie year. The other movie podcast. I produce and whole bunch more also advanced episodes of piecing it together on there as well as a lots of great content. All under one roof. The produced. By david rosen patriotic. Check that out. And yeah i guess that doesn't i today. I am going to close this thing out with a piece of music. Like i always do and i think for a big over the top drama mystery. Whatever you call this kind of movie run I think closest thing out with a big over the top dramatic track from my latest album. David rosen. this is actually the closing track on the album. It's called the very last thing and it gets big. It gets dramatic. And i think it fits pretty well here. So this is the very last thing for my new album which is self titled and is available on i tunes on amazon band camp on all of the streaming services. So check that album out. And.

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"joan blonde" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:45 min | 2 months ago

"joan blonde" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Honk during one of my jokes in. It'd be so much. I don't know if we left that party and i can't remember but i just might face fuming because i felt like they were doing it to our cast. Now you checking the cars and wondering what that honk is it a. Yeah like on new year's eve they give people stupid dumb. We need to come new year's shows they give a mom horns at those one idiot as a blow the horn during your punch lines and they didn't do during my punchline but i was i was jumping the gun in annoyance but yeah but it was. So it's a weird thing because you changes the whole organism you know Of comedy the next year you talk about. America was not made for discourse which i feel like combines two of your great interest which is america and the history of philosophical discussion. Can you talk about that joke or just sort of what interests you about those those topics i feel like you do. Come back to you and in different ways. Yeah i'm telling you're right. I'm definitely obsessed with that kind of stuff. Well i feel like america. I feel like where our country was. The young fun enthusiastic. Up like europe was go to england and it would be literature and italy and france will be like culture wine and food and discussion in these people sitting chain smoking. Some cafe having some existential compensation left bank of paris and america was not that that wasn't a thing we didn't have the history we didn't have the the point. We didn't have that cynical attitude that you need to have a kind of intelligent fatalistic attitude towards politics into everything and somehow in the past forty years we decided especially technology. But we decided. Hey we want to participate in the political discussions and everybody's weighing in all the time politically but you can see even the political discussions this week. Everybody's talking about the statistics. They don't really have insight only insults and statistics. That's what we're good goes where the country you know what i mean and what the alien joke which i really think that is wonderful. Oh thanks to you. what were you thinking. I don't know. I was trying to write the end of room side of history so i was reading ending his walking you apocalypse war disease and then alien invasion and then i just. I don't know how it came. But i was. I was happy as hell to. That's a good one that they just mediocre like you know they just dumb than us kind of like fan boys who are just going to be you know saying things that people said like five years ago. Seven years ago like amazed bowls and awesome sauce and all that kind of depressing fact that we wanted to be this thing with these aliens. Come and take us open. Brilliant and sometimes things. Don't go that way. There's something about in the special or in the. Hbo thing you say eight years and then amaze balls an awesome sauce and it just felt so right like that's the time when people said those words so also having been able to do a little bit from an is. Do you feel like any of these jokes. You'd keep do you think of ways you could fix them as you said they're a little bit long or wordy places. Do you have ideas of how you change it. How you improve any of these jokes. Sure but i mean you know the problem the problem for me anyway. I won't speak four comedians. Even though i do all the time is that. I over right then so my solutions just need more jokes and then even if the jokes are decent when you perform it people just like we're done. You said that joke. Another form move. Would you know what. I'm going to fast. I'm gonna show like a one liner person which i don't like that like i like to fully again. You need the crowd to fully develop but know you've gone too deep into it and now you just doing variations on the same joke. Yeah so so. Can you walk me through the production of how you actually made this and shot at sort of what were the surprises. What were the challenges. And how do you address them. i always just. I love comedians getting together. And just like. I just love that banter like even when i watch movies like those forties wise cracking carole lombard and joan blonde dell and you know the thin man like i like when people banter a little bit back and forth i just i love it you know so. I really wanted to get everybody together. They kind of knows it's the more people know each other the better it is that factor and these people knew each other and i see them all the time. You know what i mean so so i was like all right. Let's get together and do a set. And then i told everybody don't do old material. You has to be all like topical because nobody wants to see anyone's act at a thing like this you know there's certain shows we like. Don't do your act. Nobody's interested you. Act is for when you're doing an hour doing a show in the middle of cova keeping relevant so everybody. Did you know after. I call it instead to then know they're nervous. Nobody's before for months. They wanna do self. they're familiar with. Yeah but then it ruins my idea of the show. The great thing that's happened to me as far as i'm concerned in the past twenty years in comedy is this all these people that a comedy literate. Because that wasn't like that when i was around. Yeah you know in the nineties and even early thousands up until like but it was a whole generation of you know your age and younger that just that grew up comedy so they understand more or less winning seeing hack stuff when they see an original stuff and win like a language or whatever it is and it's just been it's been the greatest thing in my opinion you know. Yeah so what is funny. Is one of the stories. Documentary ends up following his krista steph no bombing. Chris not stop talking about it. 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"joan blonde" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

The Secret History of Hollywood

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"joan blonde" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

"Hi You at a loose end on the weekend of the twenty fourth and twenty fifth folk Toba. Are you a classic movie fanatic would you like to spend the entire weekend being entertained by the best that the Golden Age has to offer? It's so then you're in luck. On the weekend of the twenty fourth and twenty fifth of October from ten thirty M. B. S. T. running rights through the small hours you are invited to the Second Atta Boy Clarence Film Festival. Entirely virtual. All you need to do is join our special online screening room where an entire weekends programming notes. We've got sections devoted to the best Golden Age, bio-pics silent movie treasures. Some of the most nightmarish film noir was a section devoted to some pre code shots. Movie characters with some very unholy gifts. Joan Blonde. Del gets her own slice of the weekend as does Mr Joseph Cotten? And we finish each day with a pair of chilling movie pursuits that'll set you up for Halloween the weekend off. Oldest, and much more. So come along and spend the weekend in the company of Myself Miss Blondel Mr Cotton James Cagney. Boris Karloff Tyrone Power Buster Keaton Bela Lugosi Claude Rains Edward G. Robinson Mitchum Orson Welles, and many many more..

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"joan blonde" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

10:40 min | 6 months ago

"joan blonde" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"I would give up, go swimming instead. Of course that I wrote notes From my mother. Please issues guard. From school yesterday he wasn't feeling well. And of course, they were adopted. With her signature. Had So apparently thing either accepted it or decided it wasn't worthwhile while pursuing. I, don't know. But you know once I got to New York City, of course I I went to this high school performing arts. Therefore, I was surrounded with people who had the same interest before they are said that time taught not just drama but they taught music photography and dance all of those and strange that photography was part of that curriculum there I didn't take any the courses there. We were required to take some sort of a dance class. So once or twice a week, which is not my forte. SORTA ballet or maybe modern dance although I enjoy modern dance very much these days to watch not to do I don't have any. Talents here. I know sooner finished high school when I got involved with A little later or or in New York City, and one of the plays I was in was directed by a pretty well known at least theater director by the name William Ball and he directed a play call Ivanov which is a checkoff play. And he was involved mostly with classical theater and he knew someone or some people at Ashland Oregon and recommended that they see me and accept me as an apprentice a and they do just shakespeare there at actually or they did at that time they may do other place there now. and. So I got involved with doing summer stock mostly Shakespeare. But then I also did in Nyack New York where my mother then was living finally moved to. A play or they brought in what's called package plays with stars and I had the looked to play a rather large. Fart. Out With Joan Blonde del who was certainly very famous actress in the forties. Play by the name of Come Back Little Sheba where I played Arne. Ed while I was back on the east coast I went to Burlington Vermont did Shakespeare's Stratford. Group twenty players in Massachusetts. And people kept saying to me go if few should go to. Hollywood, you should go to Hollywood you know. So I finally I bet woman at young lady at the time in Burlington Vermont. I was doing Shakespeare and played Marquette Antony in Julius. Caesar. Here. Who is to have to? Their What was I? GonNa say. So Sh I went to Hollywood with Then she was an actress too and waiting for the phone to ring which never happened. For quite a while. Would do plays here in Hollywood and call agents up you really have to have had an agent to get into the studios in those days. And I couldn't get an agent down to see me in anything. But what? I did was a play that was directed by Bruce. dern. who you may may not be aware of, but he's super well known actor was up for an academy award a few years ago for his portrayal in Nebraska. anyways Bruce said to me God. He's he said, you know you're very good actor. Do you have an agent and I said no I don't have an Asian I can't get an agent to get here to see me and He said use my name tell them that Bruce. Dern told that you know say say to them that he suggested you come down and see him in this play. and. That's exactly what happened. I call some agents pretty well known agent came down to see me. He asked me he wanted me as a client I said yes. Yes. Yes. Of course of course. And I began to work a little bit. Then I think the very first show I did was an FBI with I think it was Brad Stillman but I'm not sure the actor's name. And then. You know I did a Mannix, all these shows. You mentioned on the show is that I read up on your Few things that are clearly missing like Mannix is not their feelings aren't there So that's always a problem with I'm glad I'm glad to actually talk to you to get more information. But accord I'm. The first ruler listen it was from twelve o'clock high. Played. It was a World War Two drama you appeared in was that your first? Day of work or is it is the first thing you did that aired That was the very first show I was ever in and the interesting thing about it is when they played, I never saw it and then I saw that somebody had a copy of it for sale and I thought well I'll I'll watch it I'll buy it and watch it and even though I do have credit. For playing this part, I have not in it I am not in in the television show at all. Cut, me out. I don't know whether it was because I was so bad. I don't think. So it was probably a question of timing. You know they have a certain amount of time to put the show together for the commercials and everything and they decided that it was something that wasn't needed and I ended up on the cutting room floor, but I have credit. Hit. Which I think is very funny. You're listening to act as being two different episodes. So we're both appearances cut or is there just some wrong information on your IMDB page twelve o'clock I know I never heard from them again, you heard from him again, but the year didn't run for very long time. You know what what happens here is you have an agent who keeps the Busy admitting you and a casting director somebody Mites you know and you get to go in and see these people but they never did call me back and who knows why you know but it's it's unusual actually to be called on the same show back again to do the parts that I I was doing although it did happen on the soap operas. Times I was called back now. Obviously, you've had so much experience in theater at that point, but twelve o'clock high being your first TV appearance, what was it like for you to walk onto the set for the first time and see everything see how different it was well, number one you you've you've feel is when you're on stage, you feel at least I feel I think most actors feel that there is an excitement of working in front of a live audience and there's an energy that is being put forth because you need to reject to an audience out there. the twelve o'clock high I stood around waiting naturally before they got to me and I thought my God these people are are not doing anything. They're just kind of talking. You know nothing. Really energetic. Here which is it's a different form of acting generally speaking I would say, and so when my turn came to actually do my part. which was a pilot. And it was full of exposition, which is very difficult to do I find because you have nothing to hang your hat on you do you're just trying to come up with numbers and times and things like that right? Where you're not involved emotionally where you have something to spring from. But the actor who was the star of the show I believe at the time wasn't there he had a dental appointment or something he was gone. So the very first time I ever appeared on television. I was literally talking to thin air. Nobody there. which you find later on if you continue. In this business that quite often if you're dealing with movie stars or television stars, they're not they're you know they have usually a standard that you can look back. So I found it very nerve wracking the the very first time I worked the other times I worked I mean is that recall I was? It wasn't exposition. It was talking to someone you know which I found a lot easier some not long after that, we come to your first star Trek appearance and that was hard of the second season of the show. So I'm curious before we talk about how you got onto the show. Did you ever Star Trek before before you got on it? No no I didn't. I had never watched it It was at that time for me. It was great I gotta part and show you know like any of the others. Oh, I gotTa Park. It didn't mean anything Oh look at this star Trek I love Star Trek. I didn't really watch much television for whatever reason You know just didn't interest me that much although I mean I did watch some of course but I never. No, I never watched star. Trek. Never had. Now, of course, I have. So, tell us not. I cast to appear on the show. Well, I got a call from my agent saying there's a part on a show called Star Trek keep in mind he said the part that you are reading for is a kind of a wise guy. And I had come to the conclusion by that time having been in Hollywood that they have a tendency to type cast.

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"joan blonde" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"joan blonde" Discussed on Filmspotting

"It's clear that it's so important for cavities to explore what happens when women in particular don't play their prescribe roles here just happens to literally be a role. It has a particularly disrupting effect on everyone around these women mostly men, which I think is reflective on society as a whole, and we see cavities here taking his concerns and his fascination with that aspect of performance that we've talked so much about to its most logical conclusion where we are actually watching an actress playing an actress and these domestic dramas are no longer playing out within a living. But a living room that's actually on a stage. So in some ways this movie, salmon, I were talking about this morning. It feels like the perfect culmination of cavities work, and certainly of this marathon, how did you feel about it? Well, the tragedy of opening night, especially in relation to those the relationships that Myrtle has with the men for sure is that she has no support here. She is totally left on her own. This is the woman who's in crisis. Maybe was already in some sort of crisis before taking on this role. But certainly the specifics of the role which is about a woman in middle age and hardly struggling with that reality. It just becomes too much for her to deal with the way it echoes her own experiences, and you're right. What does she get from her director only things that are going to be helpful for the he thinks are going to be helpful for the production? Right. Yeah. What does she get from her co star played by cavities because he's a former lover and clearly did not go well or end, well, something was off about it. Yet wants no part of her adult personal. He's not going to be hurt by her himself. Exactly. And he's not even going to even open up any sort of risk taking in the performance in the production that might be necessary. He's pretty closed off. So she has nothing. They're what's interesting to me is those elements as I've said are clearly there in terms of relationships with men, but in a way Myrtle has something of an opportunity with this production. This is not like, you know, she's being forced to play a grandmother when she's only like forty three in Hollywood production. This is written by a woman, the playwright here is played by Joan blonde. Dial the play within the movie. Yes, it's written by a woman who says she sixty two she say sixty or sixty five so, you know, to an extent she's being given an opportunity to enact something that she's dealing within the present that another woman has dealt with already and is artistically expressing that now is the playwright. And I'm sorry. The her name is escaping me. But again. There you go surrogate is she entirely sympathetic to Myrtle. No because now at the end of the day. Even though she tries to listen to her story and tries to comfort her here. And there and the end of the day she's most protective of her play. Right. That's what matters type Salih integrity of the play. So this is another person who theoretically should be able to give some sort of support to Myrtle does not. And so this woman in crisis who is spiralling in front of everyone. There's nothing there for there's no one there to to to help to empathize with her. I think the movie does. And I figure you do as an audience for some particular film, making choices that are made that are some of the best things I think about opening night. But among the other people we see they're they're not helping her. Oh, I think you make a great point. In fact, there in Ebeling the crisis or exploiting for shift the sense right that they will tap into anything. They think they have to tap into an order to get her on the stage. Yes. Into play this. And we haven't even touched on the fact that the crisis is exacerbated by an event that happens very early in the film..

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"joan blonde" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"joan blonde" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"I don't follow the director. I'm just not a fan boy of anything. I don't have any marvel omnibus says, I'm no by I. Yeah. So I know this about you that you would never identify Hitchcock and be oboe. It's Hitchcock night pop some popcorn. Let's see. What's next in our rewatch? Ooh, rope. Like, I know that's not you know, is that you watched all the Hitchcock's. Yeah. I remember kind of discover. Hiring him in high school, and you feel very grownup 'cause you're watching an old movie, but they still play really. Well, I mean, the guy made well over thirty American movies studio movies end between twelve and fifteen just stone cold classics, and so they still play really great. And it's not only you're seeing the guy. Invent all this stuff this language, but it still plays. Really? Well, today, you can tell your parents, you're watching Hitchcock film, and they're not going to say, no because it's not our rated idea of my grandparents, and I turn on Turner classic movies. And it's literally the shower scene in psycho when I turn it on. And I think there's no I Turner classic movies. You turn on you have to watch ninety minutes of Joan blonde del before you get to anybody recognize that I had actually turned on her in this hour. I watch long to realize it is not a any kind of clip show or documentary. I have turned on psycho during the shower scene Janelle about to get it. And as I'm watching it being like, oh, this is so good. I was in college my grandpa walks in. And he's like what is this you watching a porno? Year old grandpa. Accord, I was still a black and white film of a lady and a shower, and somehow I found it on cable system turned on the old porno channel grandfa-. Was this is the duck technique for you. My grandpa flies this how you how you met and and enticed young young friend into my into my basement. Yeah. Hey, you guys wanna watch some Hitchcock in the blockbuster era. There actually was some get the girls over for a spooky movie kind of thing. And maybe that's just because in kind of clean cut Mormon context. You're not going to invite the girls over to watch scream movie or a nightmare elm street. Right. But it's kind of still has the same for sawn. But it's, you know, family approved. Did you have MTV? Oh, yeah. Did you just why what's what am? I getting what am I getting lured into your here? John. We all had MTV not everybody people that didn't have MTV. I mean, not that whatever be friends with me is that your seduction method. You come over and watch him teens some pop video VH1.? So what happens way too old for video, right? You are imagining having girl over and watching a new Billy idol. Yeah. Exactly. Just like, hey. Man, the starship. We built this city. It's like they're talking about us. So who were the other directors in Alfred Hitchcock's ranks if any he's so he's kind of alone. Like really when I was thinking about this. It's hard to compare to anybody, but Disney as far as just being a genius businessman or some while rand guy Orson Welles makes one or two great art films in his immediately. Disgraced whereas Hitchcock comes to Holly with great aplomb wins the best picture Oscar for his very first movie, Rebecca, and then goes from strength the strength just continues making popular and critically beloved classics for decades..

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"joan blonde" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"joan blonde" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To that there a lot of stuff you've got to know faxes is it all with accident all i felt so now that is that is weird he has hits home obviously it helped can tremendous leave being on effect because after double but with early killed the speed at which they get the individual being provided that they basically have something for brian burke beef on tap every day of the week and every every every now the right so that's what it is and it's just it's the hillary entertaining him on if you are into story of all the hall the word but not really fault because it's you know turley sixty is we're not talking twenties or thirty sure if you're into that kind of thing it's a lot of fun during the plays that he davis she's greeks jessica laying plays jim crawford jj is great but just you go down the kept lift and it's such a week he killer kept with so a couple people of of don't you you know what we don't dirk the director you've got stanley tucci is jack corner you got you even has had a hopper mine is this the you've got did you know the libya to have a lynn who else catch beaches joan blonde down alston popped up one episode it european peach topic whitehair so i thought and beat you do it is such an at regis cast and there isn't john travolta week i can show or you on kind of performance it's everybody's really on the same page and and it's impressive to watch even if again i don't know it it shows i don't know paola poland hits home it quite the same way that energy well i'm very excited about it and got that cast you know that's that's really incredible said to two of assembled like that it isn't seen when you when you get a cast in which you've got after winning actresses and somehow shooting davis is that what you know thirty five and he's in golden cloaking stuff when she is like the beast decorated actor you're cathy you know that something pretty special is happening and then both well and laying answer into their boat so perfectly cast.

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"joan blonde" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

The Secret History of Hollywood

01:48 min | 5 years ago

"joan blonde" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

"I just don't like the volley of your icons dance to it if it's too quiet visit your dancing is driving me crazy to said ray i thought you liked my i do like your dancing i just don't like the volume of your dancing and so it was harry would watch the argument being tossed back and forth across the table like a tennis match interjecting now nam with a sharp lewis you need to respect your mother while doris would look for a gap and fire off a saudi of comments designed to add a little water the gasoline fire sending the flames higher an horta until harry's fist would rise and fall clattering the silverware and shocking the diners into silence mealtimes could be pretty tense said betty more because of the squabbles it was hard to enjoy a chefs wonderfully prepared me the most important thing in harian raise life was lewis he was six would one very handsome dark hair and eyes long dark lashes a strong knows smart full of fun and extremely sexy he was of course my hero and protect liu is always invited his friends young high school kids from worcester academy in later college friends from columbia university to the house they took me out of football and hockey games the prong i always had these gorgeous guys these beautiful hunks of men around me i was their mascot with lewis around the house was always a hubbub music on the phone graf someone playing the piano movie in the projection room i remember dick powell joan blonde el rubi key land aljosa coming up to the house some evenings the place where the party from morning until night all week long just never stops.

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"joan blonde" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

The Secret History of Hollywood

01:44 min | 5 years ago

"joan blonde" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

"Long overwrought but again the scant praise it did receive belonged entirely to kcna the new york herald tribune wrote that james cagney his old hours the good for nothing son while the new york times said that the play contains an excellent performance by jane's khakis the weekly alone thing the play ran for only three weeks before closed but not before received a visit from a rather famous patron those nights on the friday before it closed aljosa perhaps the most talked about man in the world at the time bought a ticket and gave over any money on gaza way despite the scathing reviews he'd been reading he was enchanted with the play and when a few days later he heard that it was shutting down he called the producers and offer them twenty thousand dollars for the right when with started happy to recoup some of the cash they spent on the production they happily soul and a week later jolson arrived at his studio waving his newlyacquired property in their face they were happy to page olsen his price for the rights with a view to making a movie version but there was one condition they want so you can have the right see told the front office but only if you cast a to kids i saw on the stage this james cagney in joan blonde out the dynamite by now things have begun to break down air retrieve ably between harry warner and his younger brother jack.

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