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"john ford" Discussed on How Many Podcast

How Many Podcast

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"john ford" Discussed on How Many Podcast

"Too much competition with his dad. He definitely was not pro. Spielberg now i would argue that. John ford is still the greatest american director. But i'm an old fart fun. I mean or the quantity of incredible spielberg movies. It's just really hard to argue. Like if you wanna go quality-wise okay maybe tarantino has better movies but spielberg has too many great movies to not consider him that. Have we done a spielberg episode before. Now it takes like a week and he's yeah you're right. I'm spillover certainly is we could do it by decade. This is seventy spielberg of the eighties. Ninety bomb reach you. How can they lukewarm tallboy. Scott scott underscore metulla gary at travel underscore cowboy. I am at jesse jackson. Dfw and junior. I am at mexican underscore junior. We can reach the show. At how many podcasts. On twitter you can also reach out to us on our facebook page on our youtube channel. Just go to. How many podcasts. Dot com to listen to all of our older episodes and give us feedback. Give us some apple reviews. If you want to swap reviews just reach out to us. Let us know all right. That's a wrap and we will talk to you soon..

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A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

02:01 min | 7 months ago

A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

"Joining us. This week is john. Ford managing director of global government services and insider threat risk solutions at mandy and our conversation centers on his experience with effective insider threat programs from both the technical and human perspective with twenty years of experience in the fbi before joining mandate john ford gained extensive knowledge from bringing to justice some of the world's most notorious cybercriminals knowledge which informs his approach to solving today's most pressing security issues. Stay with us. My career started almost twenty eight years ago. I was a police officer by career. Starting law enforcement in austin texas and in nineteen ninety eight. I joined The fbi and through that time as you imagine we went through everything you can imagine with nine. Eleven and the changes that evolved within the bureau. I went to cyber and i was one of the first agents out there to really start. Cyber task forces in the bureau moved to headquarters where worked in what was called the special technologies and applications office. so that's where we were looking at horizon technologies and horizon events that we might need to plan and prepare for. In in the event that those would come to fruition promoted again when out to san antonio was a cyber supervisor out here and then promoted again and was leading our four deployed operations in informed space with our our country partners overseas so specifically working at cyber again so and then at some point decided to make the jump to the private sector. Yeah retired in two thousand eighteen and joined mandate came over director working in government solutions and actually actually see on both sides actually selling the commercial and the government side of the

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News of the World Movie review

Filmspotting

04:34 min | 1 year ago

News of the World Movie review

"Probably safe to say the discourse on that one has had its moment in the film twitter bubble but we have not had a chance to weigh in yet on the show. So we're going to get to wonder woman nineteen eighty-four a bit later. I though another christmas day released that makes its on-demand debut this weekend. It's news of the world directed by paul greengrass and starring. Tom hanks news of the world is adapted from the two thousand sixteen novel by paulette gyles. Let's hear some of the trailer. Gentlemen my name is captain jefferson kyle kit tonight debris the news from across this great world of ours so they pay you to tell story. I never heard that is the thing a main could do not a rich man. Keep patients that you can see took part. Stop shop talk. You understand. English call says your name. Is joanna liam burger in the took you when they attack your family. Six years prior her mother father and sister over. Well i passed. It is a strange world. Michael when a tom hanks western directed by paul greengrass. Who worked with hangs on captain phillips after directing three of the jason. Bourne films gets lost in the shuffle. But that's pretty much what's happened with news of the world. There's been little talk of it since it did open in theaters. Some theaters on christmas day. It does come to streaming services as we mentioned this weekend set. Shortly after the civil war of the movie stars hanks as jefferson kid. A printer who lost his business in the war and now travels from town to town. Reading newspapers allowed to gathered pain audiences on his journey. He comes across a young german girl. Played by helena's zongol. Who was kidnapped as a baby by akilah tribe and rescued years later by union. Soldiers kid is charged with returning her to her surviving relatives but she'd rather returned to the kiawah the only family she's ever known that's the central narrative. But it's safe to say that's not what's most compelling about news of the world at least right now michael and i were discussing some of the titles for possible review on the show you lean toward news of the world saying this it would feed naturally into talking about how we get our news and what the news has been lately having now seen it. I'm pretty sure. I know what you're getting at but i'd love to have you explain and i'm eager to hear if you think this topicality is to the movies credit or to its detriment. Well you know when you talk about any movie or anything that's worth talking about in the culture yet. You have to respond to the times. You're living in doesn't mean that everything gets bent toward particular historical malay. Were in right now. I mean it's it's it's just sort of stunning. How distracting everything in the world in our country least is is crowding out so much of our head space for anything else and it's I think i think what's going on in news of the world at least As greengrass co wrote and directed it is you. Have you have a film. that's speaking i think. Directly although not too bluntly a to certain strains in the american spirit and the american sort of rugged individualism western ethos have a guy like Tom hanks character. Kid who's a civil war veteran The film takes place right around. The same time is john. Ford's the searchers it's It's texas in eighteen seventy. The searches was two years earlier. And you have a very similar plot line right you have essentially if you want to boil it down to the utter simplicity. Have you have an anglo older white male who wants to you. Know who ends up Rescuing and saving i guess with quotes around it A young girl from the clutches or the life. she's known a living amongst the native american tribes comanche searchers. And the kiawah here in this story

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"john ford" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"john ford" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Tape. Let's play it was gonna break break it down to a simple as I can, because it's good for you to understand, Right. Okay, So what I do is idea to get the boat she did vote for who wanted her to know that if I was there earlier before she did, that I would have caught. It would have never happened. It would have never happened. But What it does happen. All they need to do is check the next person. Put a line through it, but their initials and that's done. She was like, like she didn't want to do it first. And then you reminded her that she was a Democrat said You're voting straight Democrat. And she's like, Yeah, You know what? You're right. Changed. She was boarding clearly voted for John Ford. But a new mayor. That's your ableto. That's my job, 10 babies and avoid you tomorrow. Their ballots are going to be empty. Okay, so I gotta have because they're easy to take all these 10 ballots to them on, Um You know, And I'm gonna have it already filled out with who I want and right state. This is the those were. My choices are quite like because I'm going under me. Tell me what you think they're going to say. Oh, Okay, well, Why would his vote you saw work, and it's not being persuasive. Persuasive, but that right there is against the law for me to like You realize you voted for Clearly he's saying nothing. Just let him kill Adele. You do is fill it out. And then I'm gonna stamp everything I've done right back right now. Wrong people. Hey, people. I'm taking it back. Take it back balance somewhere. These people don't have it right here. All the chicks like that. You think that you could do that? I have already done. Probably like 1800 a lot of trips to the.

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"john ford" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"john ford" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"All that was all. Nate and I went and saw that up in new Lenox with we went and saw in theaters when they ran it in thirty five millimeter. Really Yeah because they oh yeah. He put it out in thirty five millimeter I before it came out in regular theaters and we went and saw it in that. So it was like the legitimate like click click that sound it was so great. It was really good. It's not one of the Best Quentin Tarantino movies. Very Fun Watch I really enjoyed it and I think the experience of watching it in thirty five millimeter was what did it for me? It was fun and we we had to get like an eleven am show. So, we left at like nine o'clock in the morning or like eight thirty in the morning to make it up till new Lennox to make sure we get to the show on time as well. Yes. They still have to get a large popcorn church. Popcorn for breakfast but I've had it for supper. Yeah we did it. All right. So, this is a little it's not a true movie, but it has to do with the veterans and post more. It's a John Wayne movie and it's a comedy called. Donovan's reef. I've never heard of it. It's a, it's a John Ford movie. So it's got hey marvin either. It's a comedy. It's during the French Polynesia and it's about how a? All of his movies were in like they really were that region because he was in naval intelligence during World War. Two. So he was in that region is in the area. So they talk about that and some of the documentaries about John Ford and he was. So how it turned out his John Four WanNa, make this movie in the in the in the serious. Yeah. If. You can get these actors and go there for this long time. You can make it. So he calls John, Wayne say January I'll make a movie about having their gentleman. Called the Marvin Haley. Marvin. Hate to spend the summer in French. Polynesia actually Japan. Filming this movie and your kids bring your whole family. Bring Your family to this beach paradise they're like. Oh crap. It's a great movie if you guys never seen it, so I can give you the rundown so. A John Wayne's character who owns a bar in his best friend is a doctor who? During World War Two or stranded in French Polynesia, and they fight the Japanese and did you stay? So this doctor is originally from Boston and he stays in French Polynesia in a child in Boston. So this Boston lady who's supposed to be strong and high and mighty comes to French Polynesia to find her father to get the family business signed over to her and she falls in love with John Wayne and stays there I would to. His life. Would with John Generally..

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Hester Ford, oldest living American, celebrates 116th birthday in Charlotte

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Hester Ford, oldest living American, celebrates 116th birthday in Charlotte

"American Hester Ford celebrated her birthday yesterday, turning 116. She's the oldest person on record in the United States, according to data compiled by the Gerontology Research Group and the United States Census Bureau. The oldest living person on the planet is Cane. Tanaka of Japan, who has 117 forward was born on a farm in Lancaster County, South Carolina. She married at age 14 to John Ford gave birth to the first of the couple's 12 Children. At age 15 Hester took care of the house, the farm and the Children. While John worked at a local steel mill. Her husband died in 1963. Ford had not been hospitalized even once in the 1st 108 years of her life. She now has 68 grandchildren, 125 great grandchildren and at least 120 great great grandchildren. Ford can still walk in very short distances and until the pandemic had attended Search the first Sunday of every month for communion for use Radio news. I'm John Hunt.

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Gonzaga beats Saint Mary's to win 2020 WCC Championship

SportsCenter AllNight

02:46 min | 2 years ago

Gonzaga beats Saint Mary's to win 2020 WCC Championship

"Conference championships that's going to do it we can also put up a whale of a fight in the first half of the contest but at the end of the day it won't matter against the second ranked team in the country as they could snag the Bulldogs have reclaimed the west coast conference basketball championship hi Watson Learfield IMG college good Zack with a win over St Mary's and the second ranked zags earning another conference tournament title eight in ten years and they obviously get the automatic berth from the conference though they were headed anyway Joe Lunardi has been slotted in as the top seed in the west as for what we can expect from them this spring ESPN analyst Alfonzo Ellis we know they are capable of winning the national championship obvious Sir they haven't done it yet so make a case that this year and this team Weigand's A. can win and cut down the nets because the field is wide open there hasn't been that way in the past there's about nine teams that can legitimately when it and each of the teams has some vulnerability to them and that's what's made it so wide open but you look at this good magazine this team can play fast which they prefer to do in transition Giuliani is terrific at finishing in transition this team complained half court constructed this team is their frontcourt led by Philip patch yourself who's terrific with his back to the basket can make a fifteen foot jump shot their defense needs to tighten up at times and I think you saw the adjustment tonight which gets me excited about the defense John Ford lit them up for twenty in the first half what they do in the second half when exchanges with the B. ball screens or dribble handoffs they put a bigger guy on him to contain them you couldn't get from there to the ramp and kept him from taking a fifteen foot jump shot but he loves to make and that was the difference in the game always going to win get the free hatchet Donald no violation whatsoever you hear every coach talk about the draw we got a good draw we get through to the dresser okay so what is a bad drop it and what's the matchup for a team or a style that could prevent Gonzaga from getting all the way when you look at any team that has physicality on the inside and I think of a guy like a Xavier Tillman from Michigan state he's physical he pushes you off of your point where you want to post up that's been a problem in terms of philopatry self and a dynamic guard out front who can not only create offense oneself but to create offense for his teammates and you can't think about it anyone in the country better than Cassius Winston at doing so so a team like that this physical insight with the dynamic point guard creates a lot of problems over the course of a forty minute game for kids at the dragon lowering the automatic berth from the west coast conference they won their conference tournament for the eighth time in ten years another match between the Jagga and St Mary's

"john ford" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Just a moment with Tommy Chong that was before my time let's talk about color out of space opens in theaters this Friday where you play an individual that is right in the middle of of the sci fi horror film what did you like about this film in late the the character I love the characters are you can you know this year was in the John Ford sure yeah the old the old Chris yeah yeah yeah and the guy like clean the guy that was fun Sir and I loved the house down the the director I had no idea what the movie was about or anything you know I heard something about Nick cage being in it but then when I got there they want me to play an older but and I'm on my way there well it's not like man was a Nick cage what's he like I never met him I mean I I've met him before but not in the movie okay we we never had any scenes together okay unfortunately you're in you're in love with Nick cage yeah and sci fi horror film eighty seven percent rating on rotten tomatoes you can check it out in theaters coming out this Friday color out of space it's just based on the short story by HP Lovecraft and it'll it's a sci fi horror film in every way shape and form Tommy Chong thank you for coming on the show this is a total blast and I can't wait to show a picture of me and you know my kids later on that he did not tell him that the pineapple from massing assigned.

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"john ford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Water John Ford is executive director of the Boston tea party ships and museum boxes you're looking at those ones are going to be cracked open they're full of tea right now and they'll be tossed in Boston Harbor tonight some of the team was donated by the East India Company which is the original T. consignee com so we having the British tea estates protest with actors will begin at six thirty outside old south meeting house with a procession leading to the museum the two party begins at eight o'clock and is open to the public the re enactment will also be streamed online at the Boston tea party ships and museum James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio on this day seventy five years ago the month and a half long battle of the balls began now the allies and Germany standing together to mark the seventy fifth anniversary of that battle that stopped Hitler's offensive speaking at the Luxembourg American cemetery secretary defense mark asper the real story of the battle of the bulge is the story the soldiers who banded together who fought together and who worked under the most trying circumstances to preserve the allied victory that was years in the making US troops delayed the attack of over twenty thousand German soldiers allowing reinforcements to come in and turn the tide of the battle by Christmas South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham says president trump will announce a U. S. troop drawdown from Afghanistan later this week a drawdown Graham says that will likely begin next year speaking in Kabul Graham who has been a vocal opponent of a full withdrawal of US troops as the president may lower troop numbers to eighty six hundred down from the current twelve thousand recent resume peace negotiations between the US and Taliban again on pause after attack last week outside Bagram air base the senator Gramm says for America's withdrawal from Afghanistan they will need to be conditioned based deals and that the Taliban must keep its promises made during peace talks White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says new trade deals will boost the nation's economic growth by about half a percent next year Kudlow explaining the trade agreement with China along with a revised north American trade deal with Catherine Mexico will generate hundreds of billions of dollars for the US economy meantime Mexico's chief trade negotiator is back in Washington protesting an amendment to the U. S. Mexico Canada trade deal the Mexican government is upset because it was not told the U. S. would add five labor attache that the US embassy in Mexico City who in theory could scrutinize Mexico's adherence to the labor regulations in this new version of nafta Mexico says it agreed to a multi lateral panel not unilateral enforcement matters yes it was a dream barred two thirty eight try to get a check on wallstreet see how we're doing today mark mills is at Bloomberg and as I look at it we're doing pretty good mark yeah doing well then we'll get to those numbers just a second just thirty one U. S. counties made up thirty two point three percent of the nation's gross domestic product in twenty eighteen according to data out from the bureau of economic analysis the nation's economy is becoming increasingly concentrated in large cities and mostly on the coasts and less so in rural county spurring the question of whether rural areas will be increasingly left behind Suffolk and Middlesex counties made the top performing list stocks on track for more record closing numbers on hopes that the partial trade deal between the US and China Willys risks for investors heading into the year and the Dow's up a hundred and thirty one points the S. and P. five hundred gaining about three quarters percent the nasdaq up one percent the Bloomberg WBZ Massachusetts stock index gaining for a fifth day up eight tenths percent mutagen of Waltham gaining twelve percent I'm mark mills bluebird business on WBZ Boston's news radio what is your room it's what your.

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"john ford" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on WBAI

"Of John Ford stage coach that in depression era of Mexico with people crossing the the Sonoran Desert and and an old Packard without a road and I'm I'm always trying to make stuff so I've you know I've got a western I'm trying to raise money for and I have a novel coming out yellow or if that's coming out in January so I've got a few things cooking and any final word on the importance of medium cool on its fiftieth anniversary well I think you have to look at this will be in the context of when there were only three networks and then PBS was just starting and then think about what our media are like today it's a warning and even Haskell couldn't have imagined yeah what happened you know with this idea that news media help some responsibility at all and we're just part of the entertainment industry or propaganda tool okay well thank you so much John Sayles for calling it to our show great thanks a lot very by now by in sales historical novel yellow worth is out from Haymarket books in January and is said in the brutal confrontation between native American resistance and the forces of capitalism and cops in North Dakota close the fate of yellow earth serving as a parable for our times everybody and next up on arts express before joker there was well taxi driver and what connects similar imposes that come to light in this Patrick.

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Intel stock up over 6% on earnings beat, outlook

CNBC's Fast Money

05:04 min | 2 years ago

Intel stock up over 6% on earnings beat, outlook

"Chip maker Intel spiking after hours let's get to John Ford at headquarters with all the details hey John we'll so well just listening to the call. CEO Bob Swanson I wonder bring you the latest there of course just to get the first details out of the way it was a beat on the top and bottom from Intel far and away they also raised their full year guidance by one point five billion dollars co Bob Swan on the call though right now talking about supply which has been a crucial issue for Intel they haven't had enough of it it's and frustrating for PC makers and others who have wanted to get more from Intel he did just say that they do expect increased output For q four that supply will be up double digits also single digits in two thousand twenty but still that is not enough and you said that they are letting their customers down right now with supply constraints and they've been unable to build out inventory now we have heard before that he's putting a little bit more color Intel's growth story I think it's more of the Bob Swan Manifesto on Intel's growth post krizelj talking about ai and the needs old custom built chips for ai pointing out that IDC says that in a couple years seventy five percent of enterprise applications are going to incorporate and so therefore when Intel can tune it's chips to artificial intelligence that makes them more valuable to customers that perhaps counters some of the apply issues and process technology issues that Intel has had allows them to have an argument that technology beyond just process could give them an advantage that will bolster gross margins perhaps Muslim all right John Thanks John Ford back at headquarters by the way we're going to hear from Intel CEO Bob Swan Tomorrow Morning at eleven am eastern time on Squawk Alley in the meantime on what your trade here well it's interesting that that was pretty bullish guidance right that was interesting to me that they would feel comfortable being that bullish really didn't need to because there's a lot of potential uncertainty out there in the next quarter so they must feel very very good and then the data center that was that was really really impressive so I think it's probably better to own here higher than it was this morning lower margin data center businesses I think still nicely the fact that Intel had been the last couple of quarters for Intel the outlook was not very good and and in fact there they threw a lot of cold water on the sector and a lot of people thought it was their their business which wasn't in some of the high growth businesses of the chip chain but but you have to be excited by by how these guys have essentially not only reaffirmed that they act you're seeing growth that maybe they have to kick up demand because the kickoff supply because demand is actually Barron expected but they talked about China and the impact and they haven't really seen a major impact I don't know if that means you should beaked fearful of the eventual but it's a relief for a company that I think people were certainly priced to the downside on this number data set beaten revenues by ten percent I mean that's a pretty big not Tim's point about margins that are all sudden makes operating margins close to thirty six percent which is significantly better than a suit was looking for twenty billion dollars eight percent so the market cap that's not insignificant that's one more thing and valuation to Cairns Point might be arguments probably cheaper now than it was a couple of hours into other chipmakers tell you very different store and now we have Intel and then you add that with your Taiwan semiconductor teradyne the positive ones so what's the message of the chips interview yet you're getting different stories right so I think it all really depends on what the end market is if you are in growing end markets you're going to do well so in videos a good example of one that we like and Marcus would be autonomous vehicles right you've got a data center gaming that's a great play we also so we bailed on they with their symantec acquisition thirty percent of their revenues are now going to be coming from software. I'll be quick takeaways if you've hooked your wagon alza group they've they've outperformed massively anything intact they've certainly massive massively up form the SNP Taiwan semi which is a essentially white labeled manufacturer for the industry is trading at all all time highs I think Taiwanese your biggest take on what's going on in his very impressive

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Google unveils Nest Wifi and more

America in the Morning

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Google unveils Nest Wifi and more

"Jessica what's Google up to with the hands free devices there a wider plan in the works yeah not just that android smartphone which everybody's talking about how bout the smart home stuff yes that is the bread of their mood using more among the nest products there's nasty wifi which is a mash wifi system you can play music throughout the whole using smart speakers we've got the nests of many you can talk to and use Google assistant and it's a different sort of family of devices C. N. B. C.'s John Ford was at the new product event Google will also start selling headphones called the pixel bugs plus the pixel book gold Chromebook laptop the idea to compete with Microsoft and apple for the holiday

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"john ford" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The John Ford movies but it was a spaghetti western it proved to be career invoking for Clinton in the a lot of young folks don't know he's been the mayor Carmel California he's one kind of Academy Awards for directing but he started out all roads lead and he was so adept at portraying his characters now he was one of his friends say he was the good guy in that movie because of the good the bad the ugly it was him Lee van Cleef and another actor that we have lost anybody know well the Eli nine zero one five three five nine seven three two they just don't make good westerns like that anymore and I'm a western aficionado not to the point of being is valid but I love my Weston's they were morality plays and it was so clear evil usually and they were good guys bad guys in sort of the in betweens but the Eastwood was so awesome and I remember one of his movies I once I have plains drifter I'm trying to remember what his character's name in that one was war or the town that they painted pink where he made in paint it pink nine zero one five three five nine seven three two it would as his own place but he is as good as the do I think Marion Michael Morrison was the quintessential cowboy and you get a putting find in there even Jimmy Stewart to a lesser extent they made some very very good movies let me go well as soon as she's off the phone I'll go go to a call the name of your thoughts ladies and gentleman our remaining moments about westerns the version that Denzel did they actually make money it actually came out ahead but it didn't do as well as I thought it would do a minute maid well over a hundred million dollars which is the standard for Denzel's movies so let me quickly go to phone let's go to John a land one John welcome to the Clark senior show all right Sir I do for the time in the third after that getting the bad the ugly his name was delightful you are one looked absolutely and playing the character to go yeah one of my favorites of all time that and and what's so interesting about that movie is the director in the almost at the end they keep they they you six cameras they would shoot client they would shoot to go and they would should leave then please can you never really knew who was going to live and that's the first time that kind of the thing had been done but a hell of a movie yeah it is absolutely fantastic movie and it's my understanding that quitting cater to you know is a huge fan of Sergio Leone yes yes actor of that and come with the the he he makes his movies are now because of that but yet fantastic movie fantastic set of movies actually there it's four dollars for a few dollars more if you need that nightly well the minister added twenty Eastwood medium I was a kid and I think I can get enough of them so there are some free **** you John hope you had a good holiday all right thank you you too let me go to Dana Dana online to gain a welcome to the club scene you show hello Hey Andrew card senior it's so nice to talk to you about you know and in a while well it you need ten ma'am how are you I am great and it was good to talk to miss Hartman too I love her she is awesome you should but I want to tell you so we're traveling we're on our way to hot springs and my husband and I and he is a big western fans I'm not but he's a he's I don't know I don't know I just I can't I I had to watch a lot of stuff with my grandfather was a big western fan and yeah I don't I don't know but he has a lot of this show is made his day well he's driving us to hot springs okay he has a he is every time you like had a question about when he was a light all I know who that is you know need he's answered every question so he's just then this is made his day and I just wanted to thank you if you've given us great traveling stuff well I know our signal goes a good ways but I don't know what is far as going to going to own this going out that far yeah we're already past the word war almost a little rock and we're still we're still picking you up well that's great news daily give my best to do to him and you guys have a great but most of all be safe are we will thank you so much thank you let's go to Nick Nick you're on six hundred W. R. U. C. hello Andrew CNN mentioned I'm strange you first of all do you know who that the name of that guy in in the magnificent seven the he always played a bad duty was real macho looking at night to buying James Coburn are you saying I know you're talking about he's a character actor he always played you know yeah he usually plays bad guys he was a kid and I forget his name but but I'll try to look it up if I've got ten but I know precisely because they're in this very into the they're in that they didn't the stall or in in pain where the where where the cows would go any chance he challenges for par no no no not prepared did Colbert Colbert in trolling the nice man and that was just bring it that would bring it and he gets a yeah you want yeah you're lost in any press is the issue great movie though there are couple westerns out like that and that was a good when it really was I'm like the the high noon with Gary Cooper yeah great movie great movie and the a movie on on here about very often I mean I've seen it since about nineteen fifty eight is that was woman can be fun I think called Dodge city yeah and Dodge city in Flynn made some good westerns but he wasn't just a western Errol Flynn did a lot of the pirate movie too he was a contract player but I'm trying to think of the best western and I have to say Shane yeah you know that months of that movie shame but that was was it I don't care who said what Nero flea and that was Shane was Alan Ladd island their idea and van Heflin was a set one of supporting yeah yeah he did he was he played the farmer that welcome sharing this far as the queen Eastwood's westers ago what I didn't like him that much in the west is what room what I really like about companies was more is hairy yeah yeah when you get into the policemen motel him movies yeah near here Callahan number of those man they were good absolutely Hey I appreciate your brother like a great one more call before break but we appreciate you let's get my came here and it will take a break Michael welcome hi and talk about good westerns good western for me was Unforgiven yeah Unforgiven was great film yeah quite eastward and Jane had met I want to tell you a story about I was watching Johnny Carson years and years ago and have bar rentals on there okay and Bert Reynolds was saying that him Aquinas would have the same agent at the time I didn't know and then the engine call both of men to the office and he was gonna let him go the what Margaret yeah he he did let them go any tell bart Randall she said I've got let both of you go on bart Reynolds and let you go because you cannot act and any tow quite a forty says and instead and you got that ugly Adam's apple so I walked out of the office and Barbara also they were walking about Bob Minton environmental stopped and said he goes you know client I can always learn how to act he does but you're gonna have a hell of a time get ready that Adam's apple story and never heard it before yeah but Unforgiven was great in a good war hero who was a country western star Audie Murphy yeah yeah RT Murphy he was actually a real hero let people know that right he we made his own store to hell and back and it is just outstanding kind of dated but I've millennials don't know should I be Murphy made an entire career of playing westerns than the initially started a second but I did best remember this free movies I don't I don't remember the way you may you may be too young but Jim give a steroid originated you're still it originated Destry Destry was was that was the character he he was a sheriff in came in and you wouldn't carry a gun and then subsequently he carries a gun Hey I appreciate you I got to take a break but but thank you for calling thank you for listening ladies and gentlemen please do this for me and I get to go to more calls we will get to them and I played this song the other day but to if you ask me to play it again okay what the heck but I love westerns and I their morality plays in and some of you know so you don't Marion Michael Morrison is the reason the jhana gymnasts became a star love you don't know that that series of gun smoke the producers were raising holy hell trend to get the Duke to take it he wouldn't he said no I got just the guy for you he played a monster in the thing and it was different S. the wrist to say is history I'll call my folks ed be systems Monday give them a call three two lawn three eight two lawn and they love to talk to you will be back will take a couple of calls will play wanted to Nixon how many of you have eight minutes we have but I will get to the phones stay with us this is six hundred W. are you see Milton Hershey school empowers lower income students to thrive you can perform on stage swimming Olympic sized pools and create robots in science labs we even have an on site farm.

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"john ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Him like a mistake you for I have not quite an eight Cherokee the rest the racism takes different shapes sometimes it's explicit and violent and sometimes it's meant to be funny during their travels even Martin briefly joined by a third character a heavy set native American woman somehow in a comic turn she's been one of my mark in by any blanket yeah but her yeah I've got yourself she sees accidental bride and although she doesn't speak his language and he doesn't speak hers he's clearly smitten Martin finds it's absolutely infuriating and when she tries to snuggle up next to him at night he jumps up and Sir down hill you know that's grounds Rick be able ours in bags as the scene played for laughs the first time I saw the searchers this was the one thing that stayed with me I was so troubled by it John Ford was even asked about this years later I they didn't buy man why are they being punished where in your picture Yanis is right he was a showman above all else but for Martin Scorsese and other fans of the film the searchers with the window on to life not just life on the frontier but contemporary American society he just literally acts out the racism the worst aspects of racism of our country and he just shows us the worst part of ourselves it's coming out of the late forties early fifties he just brings right up to the surface so I have to deal with it I watched it over and over and over again to that pricing so fifty times I can probably articulate every scene in this movie Sam Pollard is a documentary filmmaker he teaches at NYU after watching for so many years I see how complicated is in terms of issues of race in terms of issues of masculinity and gender the John Ford in the S. character vegan basically paints a very complicated brush of a man's a misogynist and a racist you know John Ford knew what he was doing Pollard and I want to see you gather this is the moment when you thing and it's traveling.

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"john ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"John Ford's problematic master plus forty four years later movie goers are still growing rice and the public thrust what the world is about the sexual revolution in America and how insane the country went why the Rocky Horror Picture Show lives on two American icons are ahead on studio three sixty right after this three live from NPR news in Washington I'm wins our Johnston fourth of July celebrations are kicking off in the nation's capital with the annual parade under way later tonight president trump will speak at his salute to America's ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial NPR's Brian Naylor reports the event is facing backlash from critics who claim the president is politicizing this year celebration there will be tanks and flyovers by the blue angels another aircraft military bands will play in military corners will sing at the event which the president calls a salute to America the president says it will be the show of a lifetime and played down estimates of its cost to taxpayers tweeting the expense will be very little compared to what it's worth critics have charged the president is turning with his band the capital's annual non partisan celebration of.

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"john ford" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Plays on two of its meanings, the starry, frontier sky, and the cinematic celebrities that used to roam the old west Monte, helman's nineteen sixty six western ride in the world. Wind gets name checked in western stars. As does John Wayne, you just know that the wide open spaces of Springsteen's, expansive arrangements are meant to put you in mind of John Ford westerns, like the searchers, and she wore a yellow ribbon. John. Towards. That one scenes. Drinks. Onto. Do. Slow. Glad my boots. Ultimately, no matter how.

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"john ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Western stars plays on two of its meanings, the starry, frontier sky, and the cinematic celebrities that used to roam the old west Monte, helman's nineteen sixty six western ride in the world. Wind gets name checked in western stars. As does John Wayne, you just know that the wide open spaces of Springsteen's, expansive arrangements are meant to put you in mind of John Ford westerns, like the searchers, and she wore a yellow ribbon. John. That one sees broadly drinks. Small. Glad my boots. Ultimately, no.

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"john ford" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"I got a quote for you. All right. You will you listen to me. I will. Wait. Okay. So I was in Hollywood down by the panties. I was actually going to bed bath and beyond sounds cool, like Hollywood by the panties theater mono bed, bath and beyond. And so I had to go there to get some sheets, and I walk and I'm walking down, and in Hollywood. They've got the Hollywood walk of fame, and it's, it's, it's some several streets that have the stars on them. And I'm walking down. I'm just reading the stars as they go by and all of a sudden, I found John Wayne store. John Wayne star is not right in front of bed, bath and beyond. But it's of closed down by the corner, and I just I took my phone out, and I took a picture of my feet with John Wayne star. And I read a book, I'm gonna pull up the name for you, because you guys should read it. Especially if you're John Wayne fan, somebody turned me onto this, and it was a great read at. It's a quick read too. Let me find the name of the name of the book is Wayne and Ford, the films, and friendships and the forging of an American hero. So it is it is about John, Wayne, and who's at four of some Ford. What's his first name, can't remember, so? Jack ford. I think he's Jack Ford anyway, so it's John John Ford. Okay. So John Ford was one of the most successful directors in Hollywood during the time that John Wayne was coming up. So when John Wayne was brand new to Hollywood Ford was was really one of the iconic western filmmakers of his era and would continue to be so until close to his death. A produced a lot of really incredible westerns and at that time, that's what everybody really was into and Ford really helped to define the idealistic version of what a man was in that time it, we what we think of, when we think of, of John Wayne, and we think of the rough rugged. Tough as nails, but deep down does the right thing, sort of personality where the women are always in the background, and it's always a beds of about the men in the and the come rotary between them that whole definition of who a man is an who should be was largely defined by Ford and his films. It's crazy. When you read this book, and you realize how much of what we believe a man should be was defined by how Ford viewed the relationship between men and men and women and win. John Wayne was coming up in, in the acting world. He struggled for a lot of years if any of you have struggled and worried about failure, and never making it or whatever. Do you have no idea? John dealt with John Wayne dealt with so much BS for virtually his entire career even after he was a huge success for just to use used to just ridicule him onstage are onset just ridiculed him. And he spent ten fifteen almost twenty years, I think if he calculate all the times because he had it John Wayne had periods where he didn't work at all. And then you had periods where he was doing these terrible movies. And then he had one really big film, and then he went back for another decade and just worked in garbage films, until finally, he hit the right age, any, any been inactive long enough that he really, he really found himself as, as an actor and a lot of people think that John Wayne, the character of who they envision, John Wayne, to be both on and off camera was who he really was when, in fact, all of it. Was a creation of John Wayne zone design. Let me read to you John's own words about who he was in the character that he created in order to become the John Wayne that everyone knows..

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"john ford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Charles from IV organics, John Ford with bonafide doctor, Dr Ford, they'll be there in his lab code. Don't be afraid though. He's he's moderately safe. Tyler bolt from San Diego backyard fruit will be there, and we were talking about Charles mcclung. He's going to be there as well signing books answering questions all the news. What's fit to print out about and Malibu compounds to and more dot dot dot is that fair enough? Okay. You want to say anything more just thinking? About Malibu compost than the edible features. Eat the I would assume so, but if he's not teaching a class, he's probably not going to eat it because he would be eating it all day when everybody came up to him. So we'll see if you can get him to eat some Albacom compost. It's one of his trademark functions. So see what goes in? That in a whole bunch more coming up this weekend. Walter Anderson nursery, but today, especially at nine o'clock get there early to get a good parking space in eleven for the grow cello star. All right. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks for helping out. But the specials will be all day long. You need to get in and get out before everybody gets there. You can do that too. Well, it's still cool and pleasant out. Are you expecting a hot day today? No, okay. But I was waiting for you to tell me, the the weather. You still have for the weather, but I'll do that during the break. Okay. Well, why don't we talk about moles and gophers ruining your beautiful garden? If it's being ruined by gophers moles voles. Of course, bonafide has a solution.

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"john ford" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"This. What happens in the off? No. I'm John Ford. The voice of fantasy and adventure. So Moses brought Israel from the Red Sea. And they went out into the wilderness of sure and they went three days in the wilderness and found no water. Moses, we've been walking for like three days. We kinda use them water. What about this pool? It's all gross and covered in flies. Oh, yeah. That's really bad. Hey missus. It's me God take this tree and throw it into the water, but it full covered in moss. Trust me, Moses. See now, it's got what move mine. Okay. You knew what that's on me. We'll go find you. Some other pools. No, stay here. They here. Scotch. I'm still here in the scotch pool. Can't Swoosh me to another location. I call it scotch pool. I stay don't Swoosh. Murmur. Remember? Due to why do you murmur? So we have no food. Let us from Israel only to starve us here. Yeah. And second thought it was probably a bad idea to bring Jews by foot into the middle of nowhere. How can we turn up the air conditioning? Yeah. Just a smidgen. I'm on him. The last time that haven't been invented yet. People. Listen to me ten tonight. It will rain manna and in the morning, you may gather as much as you can eat. But but do not leave it overnight or it will th-hour and grow insects. Could God maybe make manna from heaven that doesn't you know rot and get bugs. No apparently, not doing why. Because man is probably bugs it. Sagen? What can we get any word on the air conditioning bugs fit? See some people think it's tree bark. Some think it's us PC's locus. But if it wasn't bugged it was probably bugs it gross super growth. But trust me it was better than God's original solution. So what do you think Amana? It's the best. And I right if one hundred dollars worth of fast, food, that's cold. Right. Burgers, fries. Big in love it. No, no. Nobody loves this food that this stuff it for nine year olds who won't other stuff and and Thomas Smith. Well, I already tweeted a picture, so it's a bug shit. Thanks for choosing bug shit. You're welcome. You're welcome. And we're going to eat that for how long forty years forty years. How long does the walk a couple of weeks max? But you know, we're we're so no fourteen poop breaks an hour. It has time of interim. That's true since my circumcised penis is dripping more so than the Dead Sea. Can I please get an answer on the air conditioning disadvantage? I said it doesn't exist yet. Now, go eat your bug fit. You gonna finish that? And with the knowledge that we're just forty wandering years of bug shit eating away from Canaan, we'll take a break there. But we'll be back soon with more bible piece..

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"john ford" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Pony and part of known everyone of my saying and it's coming out in America. Probably next year. It's the life ole silent film, there is in dire straits, and it's not clear why you know, the studio paramount didn't keep good care of that happened to a lot of silent films than some of the other ones are kiss me. Again, is a lost film, which is at the time was hailed as best film enough. And the patriot which got a an Oscar nomination for best picture. The only such film that is not in existence hover parts of it are exist existence. There's a trailer for you can see on line. And I saw several minutes of it in Germany archive, and that's a so that was part of my frustration. I wanted to just see the film. So I thought okay real constructive book project. So I have an excuse to go and see the films, and that's what I. Did. And of course, I wanted to read about them to kind of formulate my thoughts Shera my enthusiasm. And I also felt live which was of underrated or kind of looked over over look by modern scholars, and film instance, to some extent, although there are certain films that are very popular like to be or not to be an shop around the corner and the notch go and people have seen those. But the short answer is when I did my first book on John four and my second book, I'm John Ford felt he was kind of ignored to. And I regret this terrible stare. When I read mentioned John Ford this blank, look, which is very frustrating for film lover people didn't know who I was talking about..

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"john ford" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on Unspooled

"I thought it was so anti-climactic you build up this interesting character, you don't even have your two characters have it out. He's killed offscreen. But I guess I was more because of the time you couldn't show, you know, someone getting hit. But you don't even take the bullet. You know, Martin kills him. And you really just seem from the legs up and the next time you see him. He's dead. It felt very like. Okay. Yeah. But didn't feel a little bit like hot. Okay. Like on purpose that that that John Florida's like he's not really the bad guy here. It's weird. It's like, yes, I get why that may be controversial the time. It doesn't make a difference that guy was killed by Martin. Or he was killed by Ethan. He was killed and that's the world that we live in. But again, as a film, it's a little anti-climactic, then don't build up that character. Then let's not even see scar. Let's not even understand, by the way, John Ford. Did do a great job of popular this film with real native Americans except for scar. Who is a German born Jewish man. Yeah. Who kind of specialized his name was Henry Brandon any sort of had the bright blue eyes like everybody else in this does eighty specialized in playing a lot of foreign bars. I think he played foo- Manchu. Oh, wow. Okay. Yeah. You know, the last part of this film, are, you know, the third act is really like ten minutes long. I mean, there aren't. Much obstacles in this last bit of the film. And I think it leaves you just going on. Okay, reminded me there's elements of unforgiving unforgiving. Does a lot of what this movie is doing better? I mean, that's also because you know, there's a lot of different things that play there. But I feel like this movie has elements that reminded me of unforgiving. Yeah. I was actually thinking that watching this of movie that just came out destroyer. Oh, yeah. I have not seen it yet. Inner destroy us. Oh has this vengeful solo modern-day cowgirl type of protagonist Nicole Kidman who's on this quest for vengeance against people who like kill people? She loved, but she's also complicitous. She's not a good person as destroyer kind of like a more. Indie version of peppermint. It's not nearly so racist. Peppermint. So peppermint is more like the searchers than than destroyer. Yes. That covers gonna take that as a compliment. What are you doing? Oh, particularly thinking about also how however it is to see a female character who so unpleasant, you know, which is kind of a car in Kusov leaning into is like a person can walk into a scene shoot someone in the back and have a clip. And like if it's a certain type of hero. We might be like cool, dude. If it's another type of hero. We might be like, wow, she's really screwed up. She must be traumatize. So there's like this idea of like what kind of what kind of anti hero. Do we like you? I kind of felt the same way with you were never really hear that Joaquin Phoenix film. Like, there's a similar. I always feel like that film is doing what the real version of taking would be, you know, it's it's taking away kind of glamour violence of it and putting it in this really stark world and reality. And it's interesting that that's now what we're doing. Now, we're we're kind of d- glamorizing are anti heroes a little bit more. Yeah. They're still there. They're like a little less cool. Other things like all four of his movies taking the searchers destroyer. And you never really hear all have like an innocent little girl, who's at the core of drives everything, and I think in most of these movies, none destroy that girls. The girls is really bad. And that always makes me dislike the movie a little bit more. Like, I okay this. This is where I'm just going to say that I. I have never really enjoyed Natalie wood as an actress, and I have not seen her entire body in the in the films. I have seen..

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"john ford" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"john ford" Discussed on Unspooled

"Speaking of context, like one of the things that I thought was so interesting, I was reading a lot to prepare for this episode about how win this film came out in nineteen fifty-six a lot of people and critics didn't even really pick up on on the racism element of it. Interesting, which when we watch it now seems so so blatant. But at the time it was almost like like this movie was just a hot bath set to the national temperature. His racism didn't even seem that unusual. That's people didn't really pick up on the filming a critique of it. Right. And I feel like a lot of the people who have been influenced by brought their own kind of love of John Ford and their history with John Wayne into it. I think that, you know, we talk about Spielberg guitar and Scorsese, I think they're bringing this attitude. They're almost uplifting, the film and the way that they speak about it. And then they think they do each of them kind of does their own interesting version of this film. But I think this is a movie that's almost. Booed by some of our biggest directors in from our childhood pulling this movie with him and go note, this is a very influential film to me probably because when they were growing up. This is the movie that was playing on the TV for them nonstop, right? Because here's the part that we will never be able to fully get we'll never go to fully coincide their brains and get which is when the when these filmmakers who worshipped at saw the searchers they were much familiar with like John Wayne than we are now and they brought with it. I assume a love for the actor himself to this film when you have this synergies ation of like an actor people worship doing apart. That people are uncomfortable with you love that character more you bring this love to it. You're like, well, let me find some empathy for this, man. What a brave bold choice. It was from two to kind of deconstruct his image in this movie. I mean, it's not like, John, Wayne, John, Wayne is a complicated like most of his wives. Were Spanish speaking their stories on the set, you know, they filmed this movie with a lot of local Navajo actors how he would let them use his private plane. He let it to your old Navajos go use his private plane because she was sick to get it to a hospital recall them the man with the golden eagle or something like that. They gave him. Nickname. Exactly. So he is capable of that. But he's also the man who gave like this kind of infamous interview to playboy where he said, I don't think we didn't think wrong and taking this great country away from the Indians. And he said our so called stealing was just a matter of survival because the Indians were selfishly trying to keep it for themselves. I mean when you look at John Wayne in this film. He still is doing all the things that I guess you would acquit with John Wayne. Yes, he shot him in the back. But the end of the day he is victorious. He learns a lesson. You know, he he may not be the fully white headed cowboy maybe it's more of a dust covered. White hat. I watched the twice by the because the first time I watch is. I don't know if I totally get what's going on here. And then the second time, I watched it. I had read some articles in between and kinda was able to reframe my point of view because the movie is beautiful to look at. And it is epic and really well done. I mean, there's no doubt about this. Being a good movie. I feel compelled by was like a riveted. No. But I think part of the things that interfere at that..

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Kendall Jenner Gets 5-Year Restraining Order Against Alleged Stalker

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00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Kendall Jenner Gets 5-Year Restraining Order Against Alleged Stalker

"And KENDALL jenner's alleged Stocker John Ford has been ordered to stay away from her for the next five years. A judge granted generous permanent restraining order against Ford this morning. The order requires him to stay at least one hundred yards away from her and her house at all times. He also won't be allowed to contact her generate previously obtained a temporary restraining order last month after he was arrested released then arrested again for violating another restraining order, pretty scary

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