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"john barry" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed
"C. A. d. enc. And we're back with more from john barry. We're in this really odd moment of the pandemic now where we're seeing cases fall and fall substantially and pretty consistently across the board and yet we have these variants that threaten to be able to bring cases and and potentially more tally roaring back in real. Really the question is how much residual immunity do we actually retain to these variants and we have a vaccine that we're rolling out. That wasn't even a picture in nineteen eighteen. How do you see this. Pandemic ending wrote a really convincing piece in the washington. Post a couple of weeks ago saying we're never really going to be done with this. How do you think about this now. When when do we get to a point where the amount of risk of associated with covid nineteen allows us to to continue life as we once knew it and then what's the long tail. How does that look. What does that mean for. Our lives will number one. Thanks for asking. I'm kind of flattered remembering and a story out of the thing is the viruses. The boss is you've heard from many other people we are in a race more opportunity virus has to mutate the more will mutate and it could mutate in a bad direction now so the more people infected so off we are not just for their individual like rolling dice if you if you rolled them once the chances of hitting sake is are relatively small if you roll them a thousand times you are virtually guaranteed. It's it's snake guy several times so the more people infected the more times a dangerous. Iran is much better likelihood of emerging one that can escape vaccine or possibly might be more very on so we wanna cut that off. I can't predict neither. Can anyone else what's going to happen. you know. The vaccine so far are effective even against the south african intern daren terms of keeping people out of the hostel. It looks like they are any right. We hope i haven't really seen any data on. The brazilian aren't which i think's very concerning 'cause city. In brazil manaus seventy six percent of the people were were infected. that is enough for her immunity. It look like herd immunity and then at this new darian is reinfecting people down there. So that's obviously escaping the natural immune protection that they have laboratory data that i have seen those. I kept saying you know suggests that we do have some protection against that variant as well. I think that if we can get enough people vaccinated and plus we have infection providing some immunity as well in these variants. Don't become dominant in the united states than i think by late fall will probably be relatively back to normal but the variants. You know totally unpredictable..
"john barry" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed
"Is the new york times bestselling author of definitive book about the last great pandemic. We faced called the great influenza written back in two thousand and four which for obvious reasons has become a bestseller again nuts author. John kerry john. Thank you so much for taking the time to join us today. Thank you and happy. Mardi gras from new orleans cancelled ardy gras every bar and the city as actually been closed by the mayor which i think is a good thing. It's probably a good decision so it's getting to be Mardi gras yeah. So john tell us a little bit about what actually inspired you to write the last book back in two thousand and four and did you ever think that that book was going become relevant again. You know in just fifteen years after you wrote it. Well it's probably wonder story. Then you want to hear as to how i got into writing the book i will say when i was a kid only two things i wanted to do was be writer and they always do medical research. And i had written a book with the c. Rosenberg whose chief surgery at the national cancer institute and really an immunologist who pioneered you know therapy for cancer that gave me a bright very solid background on immunology and understanding the scientific process without that it would have been very very different book and doubt nowhere nearer is assuming it is considered good. You know wouldn't have been as good. I think anyone who understands Regarding the second part question anyone who understands infectious diseases realizes in particularly influenza expects another pandemic and another one after that and the one after that. No one actor that So i won't say it surprised me intellectually certainly didn't emotionally arly different. The reality is when when the two thousand nine wine food thing appeared first. Reports of that out of mexico were actually about ten percent case mortality made very very scary in i remember feeling tremendous sense of dread knowing what might happen as it turned out. Of course that was not accurate information and that turned out to be less lethal than ordinary seasonal influenza. It continues to circulate that virus. But so i said i go moshe light. This thing out hit me the way it said everybody else. In your book you take great pains to situate the story of the pandemic in the story of where the science was when it hit which i really appreciate as someone who came up in a in a in an american medical school and and was trained as an epidemiologist key. Can you speak to the way that where we are with science. You feel like in this pandemic both informs what we've been able to do good and bad while i think it's pretty obvious and one back. Then they were great scientist in. The advances came out of their work on the pandemic our extraordinary including might argue the whole birth of molecular biology discovery that the genetic quote but the timeframe was in the technology was that none of those benefits accrue. Who do anyone during the pandemic today. We're so much more advanced Largely because of some funding that and started to flow of about two thousand and five not too long after the book came out.
"john barry" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed
"New data shows that american life expectancy dropped a whole year in the first half of two thousand twenty among black and brown americans. It dropped two to three times more at least seven. New variants are spreading across the. Us reminding us that viral evolution poses a real threat but cases continue to plummet for the sixth straight week reaching mid october levels. Nearly one in seven americans have received at least one dose of vaccine. This is america's active. I'm your host dr abdul el-sayed and it's way too early to declare victory. Let me level with you for a minute..
"john barry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Five. Cassie and John Barry were on the call for ESPN radio for that one. Here they are after it all went down. Kevin Durant back in the Brooklyn Nets lineup, JB. They open up a big road trip with a very impressive win over the Warriors. Yeah, I was impressed. Defensively, you know, you might pick up the paper and see 117 points for the Warriors. But They did a better job in that and a lot of that was in the garbage time. There were. They had a tremendous lead as they got into the fourth quarter. And this is a team that What's six times these? These guys have played together the big three, so they're going to get better. They're gonna get more familiar with one another. They didn't have their starting center DeAndre, Jordan tonight. Once they get this thing rolling Get a little more familiar with where guys are more comfortable being and just get a better feel for one another. This team, if they make a commitment on the defensive end is gonna be Very, very tough out. Brooklyn right now. Sitting third in the East Golden State came into action on Saturday night, sitting eighth in the West. What do you make of the Warriors? No Clay Thompson this year. Steph Curry's really carrying the load. He had an off night tonight. Where can this team end up? When it's all said and done? I think they need another player. You know, you see when Steph Curry goes out of the ballgame, they really struggled to score. Because Wiggins becomes the number one option and I don't believe it. Andrew Wiggins is a number one option. I think he's really a number three option, and he will be that when Clay Thompson gets back next year. S o. I think they need another playmaking guard. That could score the basketball when Steph Curry is out of the ball game. This team really struggles and they want to keep steps mints down on If they're going to keep their minutes down, they're gonna need another player here that could make someplace Steph Curry string of 30 Point games comes to an end Steph Curry's long string of at least 43 pointers in a game comes to an end 23 for Kyrie, Irving 16 assists for James Harden. The Brooklyn Nets in Kevin Durant's return to the Bay Area. Knock off the Warriors. 1 34 to 1 17 for Jon Barry. I Marquess to share right here on your home for the MBA, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. We have more on that match up later. Straight, talk wireless. No contract. No compromise. The team from the city of Brotherly Love took a trip to Arizona's urban heart. On Saturday. The 70 Sixers versus the Suns bring players making change up. Things, and so we had to change up one of our schemes. Joelle is gonna catch it on the right.
What's Happening In The UK's Mental Health Wards Right Now?
"Today. We're going to be trusting to john. Barry waldren is a staff nurse at some time trees. Healthcare and the host of the podcast. This is actually the second time we've been chatting to him. We had shot to him back in september last year. If you want to listen to that original one it's called working in a mental health facility. So today we're going to be talking to him about what life is like in a secure psychiatric hospital during the pandemic the patients and stuff. You've been before but for those listeners. You didn't hit last episode. Could you start by telling us about your work. What you d please. Yes so. I was this time last year. Which seems like a long time ago but i'm by memento health nurse. I work in a secure mental health facility looking off. The patients have been sectioned. And i've been lucky enough to be involved in a podcast that features then patients and the stall on the story. The whole idea of the podcast is to try and reduce the stigma around mental illness particularly men with hospitals. So i think there's a lot of of misapprehensions and confusion of what happens in these places and people tend to focus on the kind of the hollywood hollywood version of what the faces a lot. Robin reality of them is so. Can you tell us a bit about what it's been like in those until this past year i've might from the start Gung three to the lockdowns and now sort of looking voted the next year well I think it's been tough like tough for everyone but particularly knows what was. I think we're now in the second. Look down on me. Personnel found the second. One way harder i think the first one we of really what we were gonna get inform. People didn't really know what was going to happen but this one we knew what was going to happen has been incredibly tough. So how's it affected patients. Because i think people might assume that if people weren't hospital denied it it might not necessarily be kind of affected by the pandemic. But can you tell us a bit about how they have been what i suppose we had kind of two facets of the immediate one really overseas looking off the wellbeing of the patients that physical health. So you know. Everybody has to wear malls because we had a look off to the physical wellbeing of the patients. You don't want the gaining tibet involvement. And i was very lucky. I war that there was no patients directly affected card but we were affected by the measures. The lockdown and its patients can leave But i think probably the two main aspects of the first aspect we had was we do have a lot patients that have Delusions and sometimes they're paranoid nova see if they see installed coming burn. Mosques can be quite scary and quite doing it for though i mean. It's scary in doing for us seeing someone with a moscow initially So the people that may be all struggling with a mental health. It could be worse. I realized myself how. How often i use my show expressions to kind of one thinking and you can't do that in a mosque and it's really really tough. And so that was that was really hard for the patients trying to cross that kind of aspect of it. And obviously i'd say. The secondary aspect was the lockdown measures. So law of patience. They used to have leave. You know these out to town visits a lot and during the first lockdown that will stop and that was really difficult. Yeah i'm sure Because when you're in a unit you do really rely on may be seeing parents or friends foes into kind of keep going. Don't you absolutely. I mean typically all patients. Sometimes i might be quite far away from where they original hermes and then like maybe once a month maybe once every couple of months and to have that taken away that that's really hard obviously we can still use video links and phone calls on things but it. It's still quite saying. See the person in real life. How's it been in terms of things like bed that sorry econo- shoe member if it's a is it a private hospital or a through pass the yes it is yes. So it's like a charity hospital. You have the Most of the patients in may be in patients. Yeah yeah i think. I mean plus. I've this whole thing i've been reading quite worried about Sort of the long term effect on people's mental health. But also just as it's been going on whether people have been able to to get into units house. Have you had any sort of by dave. That's all od. Just sort of. Have your sets number changed. I literally just read some interesting stuff about this yesterday. And i think admissions to mental health units things will actually be reduced over the the pandemic think they done some research where they found that people In the stolen so many initially happening people tend not to Who have a boost sometime in the mental health. But i think before and after it is where. We're really gonna see fakes. So i mean we were very lucky in terms of all admissions. Everything slow down a bit. Really because i guess What you call it. Mental health workers going to see patients megawatts. You'll maybe people weren't being referred much as much the emissions actually reduced so we were lucky in that case. But i think we're gonna see it now. I think now particularly when we're gonna see the surge if you like in people having these forums.
"john barry" Discussed on The Industry
"Three was finished by Stanley Donovan and released into theaters on February fifteenth. Nineteen eighty. It was a disaster. Critics hated the movie calling it cheap, looking and sloppy and shoddy. Ebert hated it so much that he included it in his book. I hated hated hated this movie. If you watch Saturn three, you'll immediately. Off with Harvey, Kowtow, it's his voice. He's been dubbed by another Royko trees. Now there's two explanations out there about why this happened. That's kind of up in the word, various different theories. Even Roy Day. Traits isn't entirely. heels protein I mean they're very. The idea is the one of the ideas that really great didn't particularly like caught kills Brooklyn accent and wanted something bit more. which is odd, because, of course you know our and Cook American, and so what difference would it make? So is that also had other ideas? But how the patio had such a bad experience making snow that he didn't WanNa, come back and do any leaping. I'm much more likely to believe theory number two one that one. Even Billy Williams saddened. Three cinematographer didn't think too much of the final product. There was a huge investment in this picture by LEW grade, and we'll say finance voyage of the damned. and. In a big name cost at Tam in the end it didn't. It didn't really hold together that we spend a Lotta of time making the film. Then had to vote the special effects on. Went to Hollywood to do the special effects. When you look at them now, the they just don't hold up. Jon Barry's death shut down. Production on empire strikes back so the crew could attend his funeral. But Barry's funeral shutdown another film Stanley, Kubrick halted filming on shining, so he could attend as well. And despite his work that most movie fans would instantly recognize John. Barry remains unknown to them. Various one of the main reasons Greg Moss has devoted so much of his time to Saturn three. After I, put together pretty much straight away. Fan started conflicting me. Formalized the world and emails and comments, and you know dozens and dozens of people and the interesting thing I found. was that most of the paperwork who ends of the? At a very similar experience to myself in that, though we're about the same age when they saw it glad had such an impact on them. It's been great interacting with the fans you know I mean. That was part of the reason why I wanted to set up in the first place. But really the the reason why I wanted to setup flight was to set the story. Straight to do with without sparring. Because at the time, there was a lot of violation going around kind of rain, need and basically saying he's incompetent. And so I really wanted to set story straight and the try and get him some dignity back because they had such a great career. And you know of course. He died soon after leaving sat in for aid, so I I wanted to leave some kind of. Barry and Roger Christian is working on a documentary that will highlight John Berry and some of the lesser known people who made Star Wars what it is today. I asked to explain to me who John Barry was, and what he meant to movies like Star Wars. John. Lewis incredible accused buried them smart. I'm very supported to directors and it. GET DOWN! You know whatever it takes. An active was have that kind of law. If you have a note with smooth notebook to take notes side of what he said or the director said you thought that was. The one thing because. It wasn't. Being an officious general, it was because. We get a massive information thrown Slavia working and it's easy to forget when you're dealing with you. Know Twenty things or here, so you just made those Io's did that still do still to my? To do it, and he was just masterful, look on the standing water director wanted and getting it done. Phantom menace with. Doing Second Unit Directing Jones on this. Walking across the stage is at least studios between sets. George and he stopped. And he looked to mainly said I really Miss John Barry. And that's because he was a massive support to George..
"john barry" Discussed on The Industry
"Strikes back when and three got the green light, he couldn't pass on the opportunity to direct his own movie. And the story behind the casting that Lord new grade got on a plane with the Saturday three script he read it and liked it. Notice Farah. Fawcett was on his flight and gave it to her and said I think you'd be perfect for this. When the plane landed sat on three, not only had a green light, but also had a star tax. Kirk, Douglas, and Harvey Keitel were later cast, but they weren't the original choices. Sean Connery Michael Caine where Lord Lou Really Wanted, but neither signed on. The script itself was written and rewritten on number of times. According to Mountain Amos, he had very little to do with five shooting crop. Yeah, this this daily draft. It's actually credited to Roger I've never come across an English radical Evan Khansa and turns out. He was best for bribing screenplay for the beds for Alfred Hitchcock. It was actually another. Is it called Frederick? was a an American screaming at. You went onto weight with Stanley. Kubrick is wide shots through the rewrites. It probably should be noted that Farah. Faucets role became smaller and Kirk, Douglas's became bigger. For his crew while his star wars, collaborators were busy with empire strikes back. Barry did manage to snag a couple of key guys from Superman the movie. To. Do the art design for Superman with do the production design for seven three, Craig would go onto the production designed for all eight Harry Potter, films. And Colin Shivers. Who won an Oscar for? His visual effects in Superman, would do the visual effects for Saturday three. Really Williams who had worked on the exorcist would be the cinematographer. Here's Williams being interviewed about Saturn. Three for web of stories back in twenty, seventeen I was very thrilled when when he invited me to fend off it for me at Shepperton, studios. Still Craig was the designer and we had some wonderful futuristic sets. Long. Curved, tunnels. made him a kind of black plastic material. Which? Offered, all sorts of dramatic setups, considering Jon Barry's production designed background, it's no surprise the film he'd be directing what have an impressive set? It took ten weeks to the space station, which was comprised of a series of tunnels that took up not one but two whole sound stages, which is pretty big when you consider, there's only three people in a robot in the cast crew members would frequently get lost finding their way around. And with cast and crew in place, filming on Saturday three began. The robot. Lose a big guy in a suit with all kinds of antennae popping out and. Really Weird Costume and it turned out to be a nightmare. Every time we had to do a show with the robot because it took so long to put it all together said we started and. I thought things were going very well. I was getting on very well, which owned buried faith ficials. You is you mentioned with the production designer? Things are looking good. We've been shooting for two weeks. and Monday morning cold onto the set to be told. The director had been replaced. And the producer was now into direct. The picture and the producer was stanley down. It's true all of two weeks into filming Jon. Barry was fired from the movie he originated. The movie he was to make his directorial debut on. And now Stanley dawn in the man who was out of place on Lucky Lady. Five years earlier was stepping into the director's chair of a movie. He was really out of place in. I WANNA be clear here. Stanley Don is not the bad guy, and he definitely did not want to be directing Saturn three. He didn't want to do it. It, wasn't his back so I fly. He had no interest in science fiction at all. I in because he had to otherwise, production just would have collapsed, so he felt. Pressured into taking control of the production. So, what exactly was the problem? Why was Jon? Barry replaced just two weeks into filming. Billy Williams explains it. There was nothing wrong with the first two weeks where except that? We were a little bit behind. And we will behind because he was taking so long to anytime, we had to do something with the the robot. and Kirk Douglas had complained. Directive spending too much time with the robot, but it. It was inevitable impact. The picture went weeks and weeks Shit Joe because. You couldn't avoid the fact that the ray about had to be in certain scenes like he has to pay game. The robot played. Chess is Kirk Douglas. said the robot had to do all the move picking up hand, picking up the pieces with the kind of clawlike mechanism was all these animatronic which had to worked out. Greg Moss has a more detailed explanation as to why Barry was replaced. It wasn't necessarily five, but he was forced delays because there were problems with the the robot at the time. It wasn't working quite as low as it should have so that was you know taking a lot of time on the fit and that was upsetting. Kirk Douglas he kind of felt that Barry was giving the Roy Moore concerned than actually dealing with him Douglas. Cook actually. Complaining about this Stanley Donen. Dining stepped in and decided to be on fit Harry and the be there as Barry was directing. And of course, and it's. You know having the producer being onset entire time and kind of felt that he couldn't operate that way and so basically left. Donald would later say that. The actors ganged up on John Barry. Barry hadn't directed people before didn't know how to deal with the personalities. He also put the blame on himself for not realizing the situation that Berry was in. An Giang! Barry did not take debacle of Saturn three well. He became very depressed. Last night to come down and have a chat with into making betcha. Branch? Is You. Know I'm GonNa, get fired maybe date now on Cambridge and explain why you know we. We were sympathizing with an because I could see how depressed you was. You went across to the Caribbean. He was so depressed and. George and Gary Rubbish Waltz invited him to go and this second unit director on an pasta sites pack. Going from Saturn three to empire strikes back should be a win to anyone familiar with both films. And unfortunately for John Kerry though it would be his final act when you had that that lunch with him on the set of or around the time that he's filming Saturn three. Did you see him after that? The last time I saw him one week after joining. Empire Strikes Back Jon Barry came down with a fever of one hundred five. He was sent to the hospital and died a day later of meningitis. He was forty three years old. He went into work. Feeling Terrible. Turning Rub Watts early in the morning off the flu and has a very strong instinct She's caught spiritual man, and he said No. Joe And I think there's something wrong. I'M GONNA. Send you to hospital and John kind of get a said. No, no, you're going in, but was it meningitis just eight through body? Saturday.
"john barry" Discussed on The Industry
"Superman. The movie while Star, wars was a modestly budgeted film that took the world by surprise. Superman the movie was quite the opposite. At the time it was the most expensive film ever made fifty five million dollars, and there was a huge anticipation for it. The producers of Superman the movie new a good thing. When they saw, they snagged up three quarters of the Oscar. Winning production design team from Star Wars John Barry Less Dilly Norman. And if you're wondering about the fourth Roger Christian, he that all right for himself. He ended up working on alien instead. After his Oscar Win Barry found himself with even more responsibility on superman movie. Then he had had on any other film here not only was he head of production design, but he was also named the second unit director. Even makes an appearance in the making of Superman documentary. The whole operation took place under the guiding hand of John. Barry the man who designed Star Wars. Star Wars is March Sort of story this whereas Superman is much more poetic element. Does that mean that he is in the red cloak and blue suit and red boots? So it is already much more of a fantasy. This is the biggest film stage in the world, and over the next ten weeks at one hundred people contended into. A magical part of the Arctic where? Kids. Fortress of, solitude is. Again the way I'm standing now be. The say lot of pack-ice. But soon all the planning and building must end and the actors takeover. Superman movie was released on December Fifteenth. Nineteen seventy eight to critical acclaim and box office glory. It would play in theaters for fifty four weeks. Jon Barry's vision of what Superman tone planet of Krypton looks like set the standard for how down would be portrayed, not just for other movies also for TV shows and even comic books, a good example of this is the DC six issue miniseries man of steel, and the four issue miniseries, the world of Krypton both from the mid nineteen eighties. And this brings us to Saturn. Saturn three. Technologically perfect world. Mistakes impossible because the impossible. Is Unthinkable. This year, the inhabitants of Saturn three are about to experience the unthinkable. Some. Is Wrong on Saturn's three rated. R. Checked local newspapers for a theater near you. Saturday. Three released in nineteen, eighty is a sci-fi thriller starring Farah Fawcett. Kirk Douglas Harvey Keitel and an eight foot robot named Hector. The story is. and Kirk live and work alone on a space station named Saturday three and have sort of in Adam and eve type existence, growing crops, and taking showers together, and everything is just grant. That is until Harvey and Hector Show Up. Throw everything into conflict and chaos. And the story for Saturday and three is by John Barry. While working on lucky lady in Nineteen, seventy five John, Barry would spend his nights working on a story, then called the helper, but later teams to Saturn three. Very got his lucky lady director Stanley interested in historic Stanley done initial interest in San free booths to help out a friend. I think he saw great. Listen Barry Directa and really wanted to help him out, and so that's how it started, but I mean again Louis Budget, maybe at the time, and as you know people that quick list and powerful involved, the budget just became higher and higher and higher, and so it was more at stake. This is Greg Moss on Great Moss. Moss on the curation of the website. Something is wrong with that in three. Greg runs a website dedicated to the production of Saturn three. If you need to know something about this film, he's the guy to ask. In Two thousand twelve I sit up like a personal blog. Talk about filmmaking. And at that time I was thinking about writing a piece on sat in three to making the film originally I plan to write short twelve thousand pace on the making of the now. And ends up playing out to about eight and a half thousand words long on my block, so I decided to actually set up dedicated blog the article on and hopefully draw interest from fans or will. In fact, Greg is so associated with Saturn. Three that when the movie was released on Blu Ray by shout factory in two thousand Thirteen Greg was asked to do a commentary on it, and if you'll allow me to sidebar here for a minute. Minute, I share with you the best fact about Greg Saturn, three relationship when that BLU ray was being put together by shout factory. They got in contact with Greg. They needed his help with something else. And then they told me that they'd come across a missing sane, which actually saw back in nineteen ninety strategy in place with the film? We actually had an extra minute that people in the US student see, and that's the famous where if our? Kind of Barbarella outfit! Australia screen factory told me that they found a copy of this same, but there was a problem. The version shout factory had was in German so what they'll ask me to do was supply them with the transcripts of. English. So they can put subtitles up. And basically it's the mocking to better Matt I have a copy of the actual audio recording of that same in English. Because back in the day you know at the age where I would go to the drive in and actually audio record on cassette tape the movies that I saw and one of them. Was that trade, so I had audio recording on cassette type of this scene in English. And Greg still had the audio cassette all these years later, and in case you wanted to hear what an Australian drive in speaker playing Saturn three sounded like in nineteen eighty here it is just a quick warning. This clip features Farah Fawcett and Kirk. Douglas also features a lot of disco. War. And I, so I digitized and fended off to them and they now. Teenage but Missing you see on the Blue Right. He's actually combination of the German released the film, but with my forty hours from the top of and they married well. In fact, it's such a good job that runs a clear I was released in Germany the. Two Thousand Fifteen. Because in Germany that saved was actually incorporated into the body of the film they was the. release. That feed back into the film with My. Own. Sidebar over. Daily Don in brought the three story idea award. Lew Grade. Lord was his title. Do not his name. Grade was a television producer for most of his career, dating back to the mid nineteen fifties made the jump into producing features in the mid nineteen seventies. At the time he got involved with Saturn three. He was in the middle of a big films. He was making for it. Grade like the story and agreed to make the picture. Donald would produce it novelist. Martin Amos would write the screenplay. John Barry would step into the director's chair for the first time. Very was planning on working on the empire.
"john barry" Discussed on The Industry
"Models years later in nineteen, ninety seven of in New York City opened up calling itself. The Co of milk bar based on the film. Barry have regarding the look of a clockwork orange. We've tried to Jack the degeneration of modern design to further degeneracy in the near future, it was an effort to design the ill form taste of the intellectually depraved people who rely on commercial interest to inform their tastes. Clockwork orange was a big hit when released in Nineteen seventy-one. Critics loved and hated the film. Vincent Canby of the new. York Times to it as brilliant in dangerous, which may be the best way to sum up the reaction. It caused. Very would get a BAFTA nomination for his production design. It'd be the first of three that he would get in his career. Made for about two point two million dollars, a clockwork orange took in over twenty five million in the United States. and. It made John Barry someone filmmakers wanted to work with. You'd be hard. Pressed to find a movie with a more recognizable designed than star wars from the locations to the look of the set to the design of the ships, the entire production is about as well known as gets. Think about it for a minute. The locations in the sets and Star Wars because John Berry has his fingerprints all over them. So first of all there's Tattoo. We'd the desert planet that Luke skywalker lives on. That was John Barry. John designed the little prince in two busier and going on George's descriptions, and what Ralph mcquarry painted. I to illustrate all the landscapes in became tattooing. He knew he could do it in Tunisia and it was very close to London, and incredibly cheap at the time at this age. Well, he could convert, so he showed up to London I'll take you. There was talk shooting, and there's also the stuff. On the Millennium Falcon, so he, he said look. You need a full-size sad, because you've got just running in and out of it fights all this stuff. Going on as what I'll do is build half of it. He worked with them how they do not pay for the rest. And of course, the famous Cantina scene for instance, the Cantina set, but route quarry designed to work for the script. It was a beautiful design, but did. You could see the insurance to the by the way the action words, and then the booth so John Redesigned it completely. Schwarzenegger question that you just trusted so much. He was right. You know it's a it's an iconic scene, and it's not as though star wars with some easy shoot, either sure you might see those behind the scenes pictures, some shaggy, looking guys working together and think it was a big fun enterprise, but you'd be wrong. Director George Lucas had his hands full with his crew, a crew that for the most part did not believe in the film they were making it by Joji side against a crew who have no clue? They literally working some money, and they had no understanding of it. They thought it was a fairy story, but no one ever. Ever GonNA see. The director of photography was abusive on route to George, the entire way through, and he led the crew against him, and it was a hack to exhaustion. George put in hospital and they thought he had a heart attack, and it was sheer exhaustion, but of course I don't even have to tell you how this one ended up, Roger. Christian could tell despite the struggles with the crew that they were working on something special Georgia's said it himself. In fact, that just came out now on a calmed until I see which would really honored with. He said nobody on the cruise spoke by Neil belief that this film except for the. and. He told my face to Rick mccullum producer, and I'm net again on menace that they were six people stood by his side, and that was John and I, and Leslie Norman and we were. Against crew who would against us but I? You. Know I see when you see. Should needs the an I. Love it those African countries. Wendy saw this landscape of these droids walking around the storm troopers I knew we had some special and being on the set I used to go down run. Reduce the actors on to the Millennium Fokin. For the first time they would go snatch literally seeing the ship and seeing the containers sing, but that's looked incredible and so the characters. And while you don't need me to tell you that. Star Wars was the biggest hit of all time in nineteen, seventy seven. You may not know that also cleaned up at the Oscars that year. No it didn't win any of the major awards. It was up for like best picture, best director or best supporting actor Alec Guinness was nominated, but an absolutely dominated everything else original score, costume, design, film, Editing Sound Mixing Visual Effects and best production design and even George. Lucas his wife Marcia Lucas Tacoma an Oscar as part of the editing team. It's notable that George Lucas himself though went home empty-handed that night. I asked Roger Christian what it was like. What was it like to win an Oscar? All have long kind of fifty lunch and out of I could drink could now logical, but we have a few glosses away, and then we thought it would just how fun 'cause when never, GonNa win. This fictions never wins thing that this is not going to happen so when the names were called. It's true, you know. People to all stacked happen, say look. You don't understand your brain goes dead, and with the production team won the Oscar. It was John Kerry, who did their acceptance speech? Here's greer Garson announcing the winners with a very oscar-worthy pronunciation of the words star will. Win. Is Aw. Rentals. Comes out from him at on. We see the special effects. Guys were jumping about don sitting in the dogs some hundreds. Of People doing that and we're just say John. You say something if we go. With the We're very pleased to accept this beautiful war on behalf of all our friends in Patriots worked so hard to make the sets of stalls success, and there's one man whose name should be engraved on this above everybody else, and whose name should be on every frame star. Wars George Lucas you George..
"john barry" Discussed on The Industry
"It's February. Nineteen seventy-five and John Berry hard work on the picture luckily. It's a throwback film. A nineteen thirty set run running adventure with Action Music Romance, a lot of boats and big stars Liza Minelli Gene Hackman and Burt Reynolds, the leads and Stanley. Donovan known for musicals like singing in the rain is directing. This is the year twentieth. Century Fox is bringing back prohibition. Gene Hackman is Manelli and Burt Reynolds as Kitty Walker and Clare's. Way. A spunky. Buster snazzy new. Skin the joint and a top customer step a little closer to the microphone. I didn't George saying. who had some high times running rum aboard? The Lucky Lady Gene Hackman Liza Minelli and Burt Reynolds. In Stanley. Lucky Lady. It's intended to be short. Hit a Christmas release fun for everyone something that will really pack them in. If, won't but that was the idea for Berry? Though it will be a pivotal movie in his career and his second film with Donovan they had were previously on the also now forgotten the little prints. And lucky lady is also the first time he works with Raja. Christian I I mentioned in Mexico. A very small about Jon. Barry. Norman Reynolds Them Philly, working on lucky. Maybe it was a manner film. Hyun. Become Bird done to the pressure of making I mean. There were fifty to organized fighting on the show and. You know it was one thousand four hundred running film, so let's billion. I had to work together this out directives or me sector SPDR to on quite a number of films. We've kind of partnered together, so he was down there. They were getting more and more trouble hopeful once it was a huge expensive over I'm for Fox I. Think at the time. The most expensive for bit ever made I've got a call. Would you be able to go to work for Jon Barry? The they're in a place. You'll never have heard of could wind Mexico. I'd been there. I know sue he said. Could you be willing to get on the plane like in two days and I said. Yes, sure because I do have jumped. Number plane went down that on, and they just say. Can you stop here do this? Do finally getting organized. I just go. With. We, we became both friends and. Respectful of each other's work Roger Christian is a filmmaker who's done it all in the industry set decorating production design directing you name it. and. Unlucky Lady, he watched a big production. Get a bit out of hand. Probably because Stanley done, it might not have been the right guy for the job I think he was just. It's kind of this cost. A! Huge. MASSIVE ACTION TO A. Lot of it was action, but he was one of the greatest song and dance men directors. You know I'm because Liza. Minnelli was a a nightclub singer, and because of her I think he got chosen because that was such an important element in the film, and it had to be rights, and you needed something like standard to deal would lose a minority who was very. Nervous, jittery and insecure actress, so he had second unit directors, another and I think the job variant. Was a huge rock, but just got stuck done. For Reynolds later said that, while he enjoyed making lucky lady that Donald seems lost at times, he was scared of the boats scared of the explosions of the gunshots, just the size of a second that we counted five hundred lunchboxes one day, it was massive. Filming folks, fifty boats fighting on the oceans all that stuff you know and I I know the first day DIS that they ll. The end of the film was a huge five five battle on the beaches of the boats and Stanley took one could be near his wife alive, and he said Oh go in the pit. He lasted to the second unit directors to work. It was ten nights of nights. It just didn't want retaining with it, and even though luckily is a disappointment with critics and audiences alike sets up John Barry for his next job. Berry had been hired on a new science fiction picture and putting his team together for it. And that's when he came to see. Roger Christian job being up to San Francisco up to San Antonio to work with George Andrew Macquarie. On how to do this. Little on the division was. He called and told us to beat in Los Angeles and we did. Then he said look. If, he wants to wants to hire. He wants to be as production. Designer weren't sure if you'd like to sit back then deal is if you want. It just turned up on August I in London. Now that's what we did. The Gary He's referring to is producer Gary Kurtz George. George Lucas and that next film is Star Wars. You See, Roger Christian is a star wars legend. This is the man who designed the lightsaber and consoles blaster and a lot of other things, too. And George Lucas was so impressed with production design of Lucky Lady. He hires the men responsible for it for Star Wars. That's Roger Christian less dilly, Norman Reynolds, and John Barry. But before we get to a galaxy far far away, let's go back to the beginning. Born in Nineteen, thirty five in the UK, John Berry I entered the industry in the early nineteen sixties. He was working as an apprentice to Elliot Scott. Scott was an experience art, director and production designer who had a major influence on Berry. While his name may not be familiar to. You is a good chance that you've seen some Scott's work. From the nineteen eighties. He worked on Indiana. Jones and the Temple of Doom Anna last crusade as well as labyrinth in who framed Roger Rabbit. And after getting a few minor while working on some British films, Barry found himself working with none other than Stanley Kubrick. Berry had been hired to work on Kubrick's follow up to two thousand one space. Odyssey Napoleon. Napoleon would end up falling apart in pre production, and is considered by many to be the greatest movie never made very only worked on it for a week, but Kubrick was so impressed with him that he hired him for his next film a clockwork orange. Set in the near future, the controversial film is a satire. Social commentary ultraviolet, sexual violence, pornographic images, beethoven, and bizarre sets designed by John Barry. Kubrick was a notoriously meticulous filmmaker and working with him was as you might expect no day in the park after tasking vary with. Hundreds of possible locations to shoot at Kubrick decided the best thing to do was using old factory. Barry, would repurpose the factory and makeshift sound state that Cooper could use over and over for different locations. For the opening of the film set in the Kuroba Milk Bar. Barry created movable blocks the look of the bar which helps set the tone of the film. The, only on screen for about two minutes. It's become an iconic image. The bar is black and there are white statues of naked women in various sexual positions around. These were statues done front photographs. Berry took himself actual.
"john barry" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"A woman and hoping. To my repertoire all I In this world by double dipping, yes, this is a perfect moment. No wait. What do you make under a million dollars a year? Here, not me fuck you. I think you belong in jail. You're able to. Quick break. Take a moment to talk to some of the Libertarian there. Dick Whatever vehicle you want. To drive to the library. What you're talking about his gibbered jabs laugh. I'm feeling more chill already. Donald Trump can kiss. Asses? Hey Sam! Andy guys ready to. Ship Ler would such an idiot. Agree. Death Doing Manica. That's. Why. Unbelievable. Guy's got a really. I wanted to flesh this out a little bit I mean look. It's a free speech issue if you don't like me. Thank you for calling into the majority report? Damn will be with you shortly..
"john barry" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Com. No Miki show or You can go to youtube at No Mickey Const. Find out on youtube she does. She's putting a lot of Stop Live Live stuff I think on Tuesdays and Thursdays and NA show comes out over the weekend so check that out and Jamie. Magin. You guys have a lot to talk about. Will You I? Imagine you're. A, Friday night. I wasn't out on Friday I was out Thursday and I was out last night. And what's happening on the Fatah? This week is going to be talking about that. Yeah, well, we did kind of a special twitch stream on Friday. About the uprisings currently happening around the country including in New York City. we did some some of the political economy of mass incarceration and. The police state as we know it kind of tracing back the origins through history and all of the. The material origins. The clue as a race and class combined to create what we have right now and We had on a few guests Cole James Cash of ghetto. News Network at your son, so you probably know I'm pretty well. By Son Yeah, he said he says that he's your son. Does I I i. was hoping he was GonNA move in. The COEN decor state. That, it's GonNa. Be a full house. If, he can do something with his with his siblings to keep them under under control. That would be awesome. Maybe it could be a good thing for you guys. You listen I'd be willing to try at this point. Open to it totally open to it also good with With needles because I'm looking for someone to take over my my recent job as As, cat diabetic well. Provider, so they are both part of the family so I'm sure that they'll work it out great. Anyway. You ever report on any of my children. GO FINISH UP Jamie. Morgan said Jim. Yeah I mean. This is like way more fun, but yeah I should probably finished. Tell you. About my show. We also had on Leslie, the third from struggle session and robber, so from Canada, because I know, everyone was waiting for the Canadian perspective on what's going on here and that is free for anyone who watched it on twitch, and we also edit it into a podcast version and took out all of. The parts where be Sean which is trying to figure out how to use the computer, the premium offering for our patriots. That's pretty good. Man Yet twitch dot TV, slash literary hangover. Saturday night played some of my protests, which I walked down flatbush I caught some of the The car that SUV that rammed the protesters on flatbush caught that after it had done that and was surrounded by other vehicles so you can check of footage. In the most recent stream data twitched TV session or a hangover, probably gonNA stream again tonight, probably not. To maybe take our minds of if you want some place to not think about this, but otherwise getting the streets. I think it's us. Feel a little bit ambivalent about doing a twitch stream when there's like history happened in the streets, but right if you want to avoid for a little bit, twitch, dot TV slash hangover. All right, we're GONNA take a quick break head into the fun half You know we should also just mark in it's. Obviously A little bit of a coincidence, but were ninety nine years out from Tulsa massacres, and you know she's. Not a huge huge amount of progress, but I guess some Well I don't know I. Don't know how to measure that, but I think some progress but not. Major massacres insufficient. Yeah, indeed I mean. There's a couple of cops out there. I've seen footage of that I'm like there's really very little that I would not Not put past some of these guys all right. Quick break at into the fun, half number, six, four,.
"john barry" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"I remember the forty percent. I might be slightly wrong on the dollar figure so. I mean you're under tremendous economic stress. then you find out if you're African Americans that you. Go races is more subject to death. On top of everything else. You got a lot of reasons to be outside. This you know created a tender box as you said but there was nothing like that nineteen eighteen i. mean you get into other things? That occurred about the same time that led to. Outbreaks of of violence and nineteen nineteen. But they were not simply race. Oh know you had soldiers black soldiers coming back from the war, who'd been treated fairly in Europe and who wanted some rights and and Yet race riots and Fifteen or twenty getting? You know sort of slaughter in a place called Elaine Arkansas, it's on where possibly you know. Quite a few African Americans were were killed. Then you have. anarchists sending bombs to be attorney. Generally United States you have police strike and Boston which got Calvin Coolidge. The presidency. You've got a general strike in Seattle, but those all came in nineteen nineteen. There was the. War. You know sort of there was a boiling pot. And the top it was a pressure cooker, and the top was on during the war, and the war ended. And! You took the top KLOPP and everything sort of exploded nineteen ninety. In fact, my original plan was to write a book about Nineteen Nineteen. Not Write a book about the BANDANNA. I ended up. Diverting by. That plan didn't work. And obviously ended up right here in Brooklyn out at the end data. Exclusively on the Penn.. Well Frankly I'm glad you did a John Barry The book is degrade. Influenza will put a link to it, I imagine a lot of people hopefully have already aware of it. Thanks so much for your time today. Really appreciate it. You're very welcome and thank you. All right folks. We're GONNA take a A quick break had into The Fun half, which is not going to be so fun. WE'RE GONNA go over a lot of the instances of of. Of the police. Really initiating a lot of the violence that we saw last night. It's sort of almost. In many respects, and over the weekend I should say in many respects the. You know. The. The police were. There was an old joke i. don't know how old it was her we would just do. It was just like. where? Scientists has a A gun, oh. You think I'm mad. You think I'm or anybody you know you think I'm crazy I'll show you how crazy and they themselves and on some level. The cops last night were basically. You're over the weekend. You're protesting our attitude that we can do anything without. Without any liability without any accounting well, we'll show you how we can do anything without a liability your account. protesting our our tendency to be a violent. We'll show you that. We can be violent I mean I was? I was it's it's nuts. Just a reminder this program relies on your support If you have the resources to become a a member, much appreciated Put Bounce some slides the past couple of days just in feel like it was appropriate And we're going to try and start up hopefully. you know.
"john barry" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"You know. Minnesota's looking at Minneapolis, going like. We like this this, doesn't we? Don't you know we want the cops? Basically we'll have them circling. Just keep you know. Keep it there And so. I, I mean that's that seemed to me to be a big big challenge here is. Beyond what the questions you're making was really valley. There's a preemption right which is where states overall local reform reform. Folks put in place at the local. We see that happened around. voting rights and Gun Violence Prevention measures and I wouldn't be surprised to see it. Also happening at a around policing policy should get some of these reforms in place that will see states. more difficult for localities to make those changes, and lastly you know we hear people basically coming out and and saying you know. Vote. Go and vote, but the fact is, is then some of these situations? It's like well. part of the problem is that. There's not enough people. To vote a out, these politicians who are doing the bidding of other groups of people in the state who are perfectly fine with the cops being you know because you've got two different experiences at the police, a lot of times and the people who have the experience of like. Yeah, no, they're great. If there's some stranger, my neighborhood I call, and they come and make sure that you know, my my my house is fine versus the people who are actually being. Policed as if they're you know being occupied right. I mean that's why this movement is so critical again. I feel like we are definitely raising all of the obstacles in the way, but I don't want people to lose hope because. People are seeing what's happening. You know I think even. Feel like there's a difference in terms of the diversity of voices that are calling for change now even five years ago. We're dealing with star Persson. there was clear evidence during that period of like hiding movement activity that public opinion was shifting around policing and race. During that time so. I do think you know in the long haul like you said. We have to do so much change place by place that takes time. We have to continue to change people's hearts and minds when it comes to policing. Piece on people you know. They CHAPELLE had a joke. This is almost twenty years ago his. Killing himself a special wing talked about how you know why people just discover. When Watch the game thing? You Know Oh? Wow, they they really doing that. You know something that we take for granted out communities, and so I, do think we have to keep lifting it up I. Think you know protests are important. I do think that a lot of people are starting to see like things unfortunate right now that we have such a divided nation politically especially with the mistress of this in the White House that. Is going to shut. Some people are just GonNa be shut off to anything you know. But You know I think there's I think we've been making progress. We're going to have to convince a lot of people you know if we want to be able to make change at the state level, and like you said in rural communities in places that don't have. Large. Communities of color. But I think we've been. We've been making Progress I'm glad to see that we're back in a moment where people paying attention to this. And I do think the election is gonNA matter. You know not here to endorse anybody but I do think that. You know. How who we put in places like the White House and in Congress. Will you know will make a difference? Even if you see like a busy in the squad over the last week, you know they went in office last jumped off and you can see like a Presley Omar. They've introduced a resolution calling trying to push Congress to condemn Kinda, police violence. Is overseeing more more leaders who are coming into office? We're seeing local prosecutors have been elected around the country. Doing a better job of holding police accountable, so the movement has been making progress. But it's GonNa be a long haul for sure well. Scott Roberts senior director criminal. Justice Campaign for collar change. Thanks so much for your time today. Really appreciate it and. Stay safe and. Crazy Times. I thank you, Sam. Folks folks going to take a quick break and I just Ra- moment, and when we come back. We're going to be talking to John Barry now I should say like know we. We weren't sure. today if we should go on with the sort of the the interview that we had scheduled obviously You know. The. The essence of what's going on is a function of of. Specifically what happened in Minneapolis, but also just the ongoing Two, hundred fifty three hundred years, four hundred years of of of the way that. Our Society has been treating black people and. Also part of that part of this mix that I think has. Resulted in the what we're seeing in terms of the protests is a function of. The.
"john barry" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"In. Or. The Supreme Court Which says that the. Exact Conduct that was done in this instance. Has Been found illegal on constitutional in an earlier instance. And if that doesn't exist then. The COP or you know if it's another basically walks. And it is a doctrine that was I. Guess developed in Nineteen Eighty two by the Supreme Court. And In many respects. That is one of the things that makes it very very hard. There are a lot of things that can be done. But to hold please to account. You know there's. And and Jamie and I am sure we'll talk more about this in the fun half, but there have been a lot of reforms that have been attempted and. The fact is it seems to me that vast majority of them are ineffective. But the. The real. Reform that needs to take place. 'cause there's more but the the primary one as far as I can tell involves accountability. Means you shoot somebody? You're immediately. In a crap store. And just how big of a crap storm! The facts will bear that out, but as soon as you shoot somebody soon as you kill somebody soon as you. Get complaints whatever it is, there's going to be accountability and to the point where you want the Were you want the police force calling for more training, so they can function within the narrow parameters that they have without getting in trouble. That's what you want. We need essentially tighter leashes. On the place, there's other. Things too, and we'll talk about that in a moment, but let's just play Do. We have time to play this or do. We have our guests? We're running a little bit late, aren't we? Yeah, he's on. Okay. Let's let's bring on Scott Roberts. Is the senior director criminal justice campaign color change. Terry comes comes. Scott..
"john barry" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast
"To the testing tracing the infrastructure that accompanies that if it's in place and if the disease is tamped down significantly then you know. It's probably okay to do those things we don't know what's GonNa where that's Gone GonNa to put us. You know we just don't now there's so many unknowns I'm on a Google Group of scientists from over thirty countries part of the email chain trying to tease out which measures that actually had most impact. And of course that's impossible actually do because all these measures are imposed simultaneously nonetheless. There seems to be feeling. But it's probably. It's more of a gut feeling and scientific analysis that social distancing Israeli important. There's also some pretty good work done a few years ago paper by Arnold Monsanto on influenza where they got University of Michigan students during the influence season to habit you know controlled studies. Some mass mass in hand wash some did not paint him so forth and they did find that a combination of masks and handwashing significantly decrease influence alight Gomez so based on that my gut tells me I mean. We can't keep this in a box. But if you social distance if you maintain the mask and handwashing regimen than there's hope there's some reason for thinking it'll be some containment containment too strong and you know particularly if followed up with the testing and the tracing if you lack any of those things then we're in trouble. Did People Nineteen eighteen. Give up hope while there was enormous amount of fear. Because nobody knew at this thing was gonNA stop are GonNa keep going and book. I quoted Victor born very serious scientists Dana. The University of Michigan Medical School during the war like many other leading possessions he was in the Army ran their division communicable diseases. He was a colonel and quote him writing in his own hand. If this current rate of acceleration continues for a few more weeks civilization could easily disappear from the face of the Earth about a strong statement as you can ask for so John as we head towards getting a vaccine that we will need to use pretty universally in the United States elsewhere. The challenges are going going to be Gargantuan in terms of the scale of production financing distribution. What other challenges are gonNA face inevitably as the Anti Vaccine Movement itself and skepticism within our own population oftentimes around vaccine. Sometimes it kind of understandable anxiety or concern about this. Say a bit about how you anticipate this process unfolding. And how should we be thinking about this now? If we see the emergence within those coalitions of opposition that surfaced among the most sophisticated as an anti vaccine movement that has its own leadership structure and financing use of social media. It's been fairly adaptive fast in its ability to mobilize. I think maybe on a lot of things I'm pretty pessimistic on people's willingness to take the vaccine. I'm probably pretty optimistic. I think we have enormous challenges in terms of production distribution wrenching from supply chains. Who GETS IT first? But in terms of the actual uptake by people. That's one thing that I am optimistic about. By the time it's available you're going to have several hundred thousand dead people. I think that's a pretty good. Convince her yeah so John Pandemics Change History. They change ideas they change governance. They changed norms. Put Your historian hat on. What do you think the big changes are? GonNa be for us in America On the other side. Some are pretty obvious in terms of the option of you know very trivial matter or things like Della Doc. Telehealth these things would have derived anyway might have taken twenty years instead. They're here now. Obviously working from home. It already was out there. In terms of some more complex issues for example commercial office space will buildings be able to open their windows for as long as I've been involved in pandemic preparedness? It is irritated me and I've been concerned you go into these modern bathrooms with the automated faucets. You try washing hands for twenty seconds with one of those automatic faucets at the challenge. Maybe we'll go back to just lifting and so forth. Those are all not trivial. I think it's going to depend on housing vaccine gats hair. If it's really fast and by that I mean maybe let's say next spring we started ministration. I think it's quite possible. The new normal is essentially becomes the held arm but events delayed and we really have to live with a.
"john barry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Here's John Barry in marquess assured by Jim thanks a lot. And behind that Boston bench outscored Toronto thirty four to ten twenty one second quarter bench points led by Gordon Hayward who had it with a thirty five point game. He's had a couple of thirty four games in his comeback from the leg injury virtually all of last season. But he's been like you said off more that he's been on those big first half for him. While the Boston veges actually outscore their starters thirty four to thirty largely. Parts of what Gordon Hayward has done. Make the second quarter for Toronto. You could argue is their worst quarter of the season certainly ranks up there. They had no fast-break points had thirteen the first quarter. They turned it over four times the turnover in the first quarter. They were over nine from the three point line, and they shot less than thirty percent other than that. It's it is because they play very good in the first quarter. Let's see if they could regain that first quarter. As Boston will open up the third quarter on a pass to Cairo Irving. Download a Horford point blank basket made that is nine assists for Kyrie Irving. And the Celtics are nine of ten from the field on his assists, Marcus Martin scores. The starter Horford only had five points in that quarter yet they're still out at double-digit lead. Siaka finding Danny green for three and he hits from the left quarter. Big three point hit after it. Oh for nine second quarter from three for the raptors who are with intent threes that hit the ball the paint. I are good ones. Too. Many of those before the ball got the paint in that second quarter for Toronto drop defense. Get better looks. Here's Irving inside the strike shoots. The jumper from twenty that MRs rebound. Terms out today to grade will bring it across the right side gives it to Kyle our using a screen to the left. Little hop. Step and a fire from twenty that MRs Tatum. Secures the rebound, caustic. Pasta going from right to left here in this. Third quarter Tatum for the right elbow of fadeaway jumper. No, good rebound. A lowering a good shot by Jason Tatum. Here's Lowery through the Boston defense and a foul as he was trying to get by Tyree Irving. Irving picks up his third first of this third quarter. Brad is not happy about that shot. Again. It's like why get away from all the things that work the problem. It was perfect for Boston in that second quarter. No more one on one action. And you come out you play to one on one possessions here to start the second half throughout is going to go to Leonard one on one with Marcus smart outside the bid post left puts it on his thigh Leonard. I'll get it back down smart with four to shoot. Fades gets an open. Look MRs from ten rebounded by Boston. And Al Horford Horford leading the charge up the floor of the big six ten center gives it up to Marcus smart. Kyrie Irving look at the offense upset here with thirteen to shoot using a Horford screened tried to get rid of Leonard Leonard able to get through it passed a Horford top of the arch. Jumper is good at three pointer for Al Horford while the three point shooting for the Boston Celtics tonight nine for seventeen air Siaka floating in for basket or app. Get to back that hit by Horford, by the way, the tenth assists for Kyrie Irving. Amazing. The shooting for Boston office passes, sixty nine fifty eight Celtics. Here's a fee to Tatum Tatum. A hard drive down the lane kicks it in the corner. Great saver over the Marcus Morris back to Irving in the corner gives it up to the mid post to Tatum Whiteside. Too. Smart ball fake, drives heart missed the layup. At the Karen goes down. They went for the dog could hit the ram pinball around and went down and Kyle Lowry again on the deck is dick nurse calls for time. Well, he was down there for about the last ten seconds rapper section and to add injury. To insult their. He got landed on by Marcus smart. Every dunk the basketball up to calories. Okay. Timeout here in Boston with nine thirty one to go in the.
NBA: Will LeBron James leave the Cleveland Cavaliers?
"Brian james he went into the tunnel directly below us here in section one thirty shook the hands of a couple of people and the abc cameras followed them they had a double box warrior celebrating lebron james right into the locker room and maybe that's perhaps how he walks off the bottle time as a member of the cleveland cavaliers it was clearly not the lebron james that we've seen all postseason and i told you in the pre game show i could tell what kind of lebron we're going to get in warm ups no sweat he wasn't jumping around he wasn't moving fast he was just taking kind of blase shots and he clearly was not the same guy and i can only imagine what emotions are running through his his mind here is he obviously has a life changing decision again upcoming in july but he was distracted tonight and was not the same guy sixteen points at the half i know the second half got out of hand again four points in the third quarter he finished with seven points in the entire second half and a lot of it was when the game got out of hand he made a couple of moves late with about four minutes left to go head coach toronto took lebron james out of the game question is will be the final time as a member of the cleveland cavaliers with john barry i'm kevin went to the nba bottles postgame show your final score tonight in the end it is the.
"john barry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It plays out john barry joining us here nba out device straight talk wireless in game three the golden state warriors did we not what despite steph curry and klay thompson combining for just twenty one point on three fifteen shooting from downtown they won because as clay says kevin durant build them out yesterday thompson spoke at marquette this year kevin thanks a lot clay on a night when you in steph furniture normal standards what was it like to watch kevin durant takeover finals game familiar feeling and it was fun to be a part of and it's not always going to be pretty but you can win ugly in the playoffs and you're just as happy and i'm elated from last night just knowing that we have forty eight minutes to do it what you've been trying to do all year and therefore taking just got you know embrace a challenge do you ever let yourself think about what it would mean for the team that same time still hungry still got to begin tomorrow and i'll always individually not satisfied with how i play yesterday so kind of looking for redemption tomorrow as far as that and it's just it would be huge feet not only for me but the entire bay area and the organization so some we definitely isn't in back of our minds but it's not gonna make us nervous anxious to be just want to go out there and play basketball with that said we knew what happened last year you know they had their best game of.
Rondo, Portland and Anthony Davis discussed on SportsCenter AllNight
"Refined around helping each of like that great defensive plays came with a big retail rebound rondo got some big rebound from told swear by play defensive enough new orleans the ninety seven ninety five game one win at portland and pelicans with a playoff franchise record twelve blocks four from anthony davis sticking in the west golden state taking on san antonio game one no steph curry out for the first round as he continues to rehab is sprained left knee which means klay thompson kevin durant had to step up and they did that's passed draymond green outside the host kicks it to thompson gets off a three and bags home another one is fourth he's got twenty two great set play right there you just throw the ball into the post knowing you're not going to try to score split action you bring off when the great shooters in the nba knocked down and overlooked marquess for sure john barry on espn radio warriors pound the spurs one thirteen in ninety two in game one at golden state it wasn't even that close kevin durant twenty four points a rebounds dish dad's seven assists spoke with our own lisa saulters after the game one win we're not playing basketball you wanted to but how were you get there weren't any questions about being able to pull the switch how were you able to answer them to that the whole year everybody kept an individual where down the line and worried about the playoffs and we should worry about today today we worried about the president came out with a good game plan to get back to where you want it it had to start on the what did you like about your defense we were engaged to focus on every possession we didn't get discouraged when i may sound what impact did you it was very roller turnaround finishing the basketball giving us a athletic piece book and opened as well so it'd be better next game along with the rest of the girls klay eleven thirteen eighty five percent he shot twenty seven points we're not gonna best gutters jumps on he was really good at penetrating as well so we're not gonna always make sense it.