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Episode 138 The Yarn Wall - burst 15
"Knicks. Suck ass hamburg. I'm very good. No when terra's takeover to oil rigs and threatened to blow them up if their demands are not met and eccentric anti-terrorism expert volunteers his unique commando unit to stop them. The commando unit includes roger moore. Anthony perkins michael parks and james mason. Who's james mason. James mason's the guy from he was captain nemo nobody was captain. Kangaroo captain caveman. Oh it was captain nemo in got what. What is the movie. That i've know him the most i mean he was. I think i might get him in john. Houseman mixed up. Give me your best john houseman. He sounds just like james mason now. He's sounds different. I i can't do it right now. I have to have a certain level of like a throat. Bubble in the cross of iron no l. He plays striker in the salem slot. Tv movie from the seventies. how as the Yes he's like the the human face of
"john houseman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hey Russell then threw himself Jimmy throw himself off the roof into the swimming pool. I think at that point Billy Crump they should change. His name credit is not really a great name. It's kind of a fun actor though. And he was in big fish other things. Here's Jeff's, Melanie doing a little fluffer nutter job on, on his pal. Pete buddha. Judge who is like Billy crop Pinot? Most famous his time as an intelligence officer in the naval reserves in a six month deployment to Afghanistan makes all ready, gold plated resume shine even writer, his already gold, plated resume shine, even brighter his li- like Carey grant appearing in a suit of armor to Shirley temple in the bachelor and the Bobby socks are they look at these politicians and they really, they want to get in a sleeping bag with them. His already golden resin. What is his golden resumes? The mayor of a city of one hundred thousand hits already. With twenty five percent poverty, right? South bend, Indiana. And that's it. He's a golden God. It makes his already golden resume shine even brighter cut try to be a little more of a fluffer their zealotry. I, I don't think you're admiration is showing through really should boy. I think that I'm thinking that boot edges husband better be on the lookout for Zelezny because there's a little too much interest going on there. Crazy. His husband chased in Jens, right? Yeah. I didn't even know Michael had that almost famous audio there. Still it started till it started going. And then there's a Bill de Blasio. He's a democrat. He's running for I was watching MSNBC this morning, and they were going to have the Blasios on. He likes to roll out of bed real late de Blasio apparently shows up to work lady goes to Jim at ten and then he goes to the office and he goes to sleep until noon. This is apparently his daily work regimen and sleeps half the day way. And then he barrels around in a motorcade, I'm back to Moore movie reference, like James Earl Jones and coming to America rose petals being thrown in front of his motorcade of SUV's. And that's how egos rally complaints about other people contributing to global warming. Just apparently after this green new deal thing he took a helicopter away from there. The other day. Did you say this 'cause he's complaining about other people global he took a helicopter to go to the gym or something? To go to the his next appointment, he took a helicopter. It's amazing. There's plenty of money in this world. There's plenty of money in this country. It's just in the wrong hands is just in the wrong hands to when he's in charge. You know, somebody with a gun will show up at your front door, and it will no longer be in your hands. It'll it'll be Andy will be there with him. And he the democrat, there is sixty seven year old as Latin American. There are flights daily Andy. I'll if you agree to not come back. I'll pay for your one way flight to Venezuela Palo Palestinian, it's amazing, isn't it? That's a that's a, you know, it's in the hands of the wrong people to people that earned it. Hey, John houseman earned it the old fashioned way he earned it, but they're gonna come around with a gun, you know, that's called the government and they're going to take it away from you. President Trump was flying on Air Force One yesterday. You know why? Because Hillary Clinton doesn't have access to it because she lost she's at home scraping vomit off her face. Again, that's what she's doing. Got her face down in the dog bowl. The dog died years ago. Get rid of the dog ball which the dog boss still doing their somebody ran over their dog. It was buddy. I think are, are hunk, hung, boom. The President Trump on air force ain't gonna go here comes pita. I can feel know President Trump on Air Force One talking about Bill de Blasio running for the presidency of the United States..
"john houseman" Discussed on KGO 810
"On K G O eight ten. Franklin Nikki's not here, but she will be back on Monday. And hopefully, we all will as well. If you're out driving around watch, the rain, be careful tonight. Also coming up in the next half hour. Abbott? You didn't know you could bet on Trump's interview. But you can't is pretty funny of joining right now, Josh board, Arcadia film critic who hates the movies. But that's not so true. Right. I mean, you actually been liking more and more movies recently. Are you just getting old and soft? What's the deal? No. It's if they make good movies like him, you know, like this weekend. It's the Peter Jackson documentary. I liked about World War One. So you know, you make good movies. I'm gonna like. Is is a famed director. What else did he direct forget the Lord of the rings trilogy? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that's interesting. So World War. One is one of those. You know, as I heard John houseman won't say before we knew to number them that was called the great war, and chip I'm curious as to what you'd think of this because it's getting some controversy this movie because he took this footage that was really rare that nobody's ever seen six hundred hours of footage. And they wanted him to make a thirty minute segment. Thirty grandfather was in World War Two and he ended up making a rate long movie, but he colorized it, and he he did some edits to it. And he made it in three d he added. Voiceovers by getting lip-readers to read what the soldiers were saying. And then they so you can hear the conversations these soldiers, and I found that a lot more interesting, and it really made it resonated a bit more than just seeing grainy black and white footage where they're running. You you watch old footage sometimes of Babe Ruth. And it looks like he's wanting a million miles an hour. They did a lot of stuff where they fixed that. And it makes it a lot more powerful. But a lot of people think is gimmicky, and they don't like to d did that. So it's weird. Well, you know, in Forrest Gump as a meccas had those scenes where you know, they he melded in Tom Hanks with these scenes from the sixties remember that. Yes. In another and people criticized him for that they could have done actor. I get it. It's you know, if you're in that business your artist, and I I'm just fascinated by World War One World War. One was one of these horrible wars that that ultimately because we didn't know what we were doing led to the rise of Hitler. Also. I if I'm not mistaken, they use mustard gas. It was just you know, and it was. You when you watch this movie? It's so intense because what they did is. They took interviews the BBC did in the sixties of a lotta soldier sleeves one hundred different interviews, and they don't tell you the names of the people. You just hear the different voices telling stories, and as they tell stories about how they had to go to the after on the field. For example, you're seeing footage of it. You're like going, whoa. This is crazy or you know, mustard gas in. So they kind of match up the scenes of what they have with what soldiers were describing. And it's just your hair in real soldiers talk about this in real footage. And it's yeah, you know. To me. I always hated the idea of glamorizing war. I mean, the the the the war epochs that we right like the Mel Gibson made that horrible one about brother band of brothers. You know, and to me again. And this is something my dad said to me when I was little I always remember because if they made cop shows, and they stayed on the person that got shot longer. So you can watch the person die people wouldn't watch cop shows anymore. You know, the idea with we use these guns like their cap guns in in a shoot off everywhere. And. I always like what Eddie Murphy said one of his stand up act. He said how in movies you get shot? You're saying your buddy go on go on without me. I'll be fine. And you still fight with a shoulder that has a bullet wound yet real life is buddy got shot by a stray bullet in the nightclub. And he started crying and yelling for mom, and he wet his pants. A lot different realize. You know, that's the things documentaries. So yeah. Heard of it until you just told me right now. But I I would see it. I love reading about that period of time because I think there's so many lessons for us today. You know, I mean because the treaty Versailles at the end of the movie would that's the one that basically pummeled Germany economically. And and and hams hamstring them at allowed for the rise of Hitler and to use his his white supremacy. Things sound familiar to to bring people together and to fight against, you know, the the indigenous evil, which was Jews and gypsies and Catholics and. And then eventually, you know, kills how many people died in the second World War with if you include Stalin and millions tens of millions. You know, so yeah, it's it's hard to fathom. I'm trying to think as you say this the best war movie I've ever seen. I I might go. I don't know there's so many. But like, I shouldn't lose list is high on my list. I I want movie I liked, but it didn't blow me away. And I thought it did a lot of corny things. I didn't care for was saving private Ryan. Yeah. I agree. I like opening scene the first minutes. But after that, I wasn't. Yeah. I found it slow. I agree. The stories actually it was less about the movie than the way. I heard it affected World War Two veterans at saw it. Being seen coming on. Normandy. What the name of that beach was I can't remember? But just the way that when they when those tanks rolled up on the carriers. They opened up and they were just mowed down by rifle fire. I can only imagine the perfect example like that would be enough. Just a second the doors opened they're getting mowed down. And again, and again, and again, but instead we had to see every different way. Like one guy takes off his helmet and then get shot. Another guy loses his arm, and then he picks it up another guy. I mean, like they showed literally every way. You know? I I've found that appropriate. Because like I said, I I want I want if you're gonna show a warm of you know. If you want to show, and your your point is to make everybody know how horrible it was. Then do it. I think the worst or the the best and worst movie about that time that my wife. So we went out to see it together. It was so face choice and killed her. If you don't know Sophie's choice the crux of the movie is Meryl Streep plays a mother in Nazi Germany, a Jew, and they'd make her decide which kid goes to the gas chamber in which kid lives. That's her choice. And it was so horrific and and Kevin Kline was her boyfriend, and he loses his mind, and oh my God. It was just. Peter Jackson interesting that he he has no history of documentaries. Does he know not that I know of called by the movie called? Think it's a title like they shall not grow old. Or does a sentence like that? I'm totally butchering that I I can't remember the title right now. I find it trauma. The title is a part of a poem from nineteen fourteen. Call for the fallen the Paul, but I just don't remember what extra the palm. They used the title. But yeah, what else does anything house opening this weekend? That's. There's a movie called miss ball. I I stayed for a tower of it. And it was so bad, and my wife, and I just left. Wow. Yeah. What you said. Yeah. Okay. Good. That's it. Yeah. You know? It's interesting to like, I yeah, I hate to say this. I just watched moonlight for the first time. What did you think of it? I was really impressed that I still thought LA La Land was better sorted. I I agree with both those statements. I thought moonlight was good. But it didn't deserve the praise. And I thought some of the things the director did were amateurish like having camera angles it spun around for no reason, and you know, but but I I like the kid the various kids. What did it in three stages actually got? We all got the vote for the after sag awards your sag afterwards. I call now. And what what did you think about? Oh god. But what's the movie that one the Black Panther when and how about that? I I like I like Black Panther. But I don't like it the way everybody else does to me at the end of the day. It's just a superhero movie. It tells you get extra credit but cast I mean, that's wonderful. And I liked it black kids can have characters up to. But at the end of the day. It's a superhero movie, like whatever, it's good. It's a good superhero movie. But nothing more there's going to be a little bit of in the in the years ahead. I think of of of a of a bit of giving awards to African American actors just when you're on the fence and just say, well, if I'm going to do what am I, you know, some people can call it. The same thing they're doing in colleges for trying to balance it, and, you know, the percentage of minorities, I don't really have a problem with it. If if they're all the same, and they're all good, and you have a few years here to get it balanced. Again, you do that. Yeah. So be it. I won't have a problem. I won't have a problem if they do with her Shali because he was so great in green book this year. And it would be great that he wants for moonlight. And then he wins again this year for green book that would be awesome. And I can't believe that you're not watching trae detective because he's killing that too. So I'd love to see him in that. Yeah. I know he's an HBO you cheap. Not go on. Have a good weekend. Thanks, josh. I see. All right coming up next. You'd be surprised the things you can bet on next on K, you Franklin.
"john houseman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"All right. We just shot. Player. Really ridiculous five. Something went wrong with our phones. And we lost our callers. Yeah. So we'll play it. And then we'll have a Luma gift certificate test. Our all right. I'll play. All right. You play. All right. Okay. Ready? Play by yourself. Okay phones, aren't working sounds good. Ok Robin Williams. We'll see how you do car. Okay. I one John houseman was the man who initially saw his talent while being trained at Juilliard. Ridiculous, man. That's a good one. He said that every time I'm gonna I'm gonna say ridiculous only because you're so sneaky IM sneaky. But it's real man. You know, I'm a big fan. So that. A bad start. Hey, let's try this one his we're talking about Robin Williams, his big break came when he was cast as an alien on happy days in nineteen seventy eight now that I know actually happened. I don't know if that's his big break. But I think. That might be his big break. Yes. Real that Israel, and that is true. Of course, his character. Mork they spun off into Mork and Mindy. Yeah. So. You don't even need that. I can do it for all right here. We go Robin Williams won an Academy Award for his role in goodwill hunting is that really ridiculous. Oh, man. I don't think. So I don't I think that's ridiculous. It's real why you kidding? I got that wrong. That I got it. Aw, man. Then why did you buy me this ten dollar? I know I knew that there was an Academy Award. But I thought it went to like Ben Affleck, and and the other guy, well, Ben African and what's the other guy? No, no, no, no the other writer. Why can't I met Matt Damon at Dana? I thought they won an Academy Award for writing it. They may or may not dead. But that's not so one. Mathematician was great. Wow. I didn't know that. He was great. He deserved learned to me something. So glad because you know, everything I'm shocked. All right. Well, hopefully, we'll get our phones working. Yeah. Play. Yeah. Pride is it real a ridiculous in our next hour. We'll give away the luminaries gift certificate and the twelve o'clock hour, so stay with us. Edo key our number here to text in is three one two nine eight one seven two hundred that is working attacks line is working three one two nine eight one seven two hundred we love getting your tax. We love hearing what you have to say about the show, or if you want to hear a specific programme world be happy to play it for you. But right now, it's time for gun smoke. This wasn't a dealt western series created by Norman macdonnell and John Masten came to radio in nineteen fifty two and lasted Lisa all the way to nine thousand nine hundred sixty one and these were stories in and around dodge City Kansas in the mid to late eighteen hundreds and marshal. Matt Dillon war the bad. And he he took care of the bad guys and died city William Conrad starred as US marshal, Matt Dillon and parley Baer who later was the Keebler elf. He was the main Keebler elf. Remember, those commercials Horry, and he was also the mayor on the Andy Griffith show. He played deputy Chester proud foot Howard McNair who was the barber on the Griffith's show. Played doc Adams, Georgia Alice was kitty, Russell. And then it made a TRAN transition to television in nineteen fifty five with a completely new cast James our nest start as Dylan, and that television show was ranked number one from nineteen fifty seven all the way to one thousand nine hundred sixty one it was the most watched show number one program on TV. Well, you're going to hear why. Because we have a radio episode for you now from August sixteenth nineteen fifty two it's called the lynching. This stars. William Conrad is US marshal. Matt dillon. On. Here's part one of guns smoke. Territory on west.
"john houseman" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Because if people laugh at that joke, and they've been with you the whole time, and so then, and then they walk into the courtroom in the final scene, and then I had to stop and explain how federal court works. And it was like, oh every time. There's no version to right that we're just slamming the brakes momentum of the story and finally hit me if I have a moot court, then I can explain all the rules of how this works and set it up so that people can track what's happening in the final scene and said at first the moot court were just served like a structural need. But then has layer after layer sort of kept coming onto it it became it's it's the core of the movie, it's the scene where or you know, Ruth and Mel have her showdown over Vardi. He see the dynamic of their relationship or mardi comes into Serb-held takeover part of the case. All those dynamics came into play. But there's a lot of characters. There's a lot of moving parts all the sort of big themes are coming in sort of resetting at that moment that was sort of the big complicated moment for me to write. It's a fantastic scene. I really proud of that. And and that was also in your blacklist version, right? That was something that you cracked early. Yeah. That would well early to you. I mean. But but early on we're gonna take a question to from the crowd right there, you serve your hand up. His question was regards to reinspired by the John houseman movie the paper chase for the contract law seen with Stephen root? Yeah. Thank you. That's a great point. It's an Omani. I was what I was trying to say to that scene. It's the same case if you noticed that from the paper chase there in the red her did the casket to spend time with your aunt, and do you know the significance of the broach? So armee and Felicity went to DC before production and spent a little while with Bertha and visitor and chambers and then at her home, and then Felicity and route spent time alone together, just the two of them. And I had said to Ruth, you know, when I had trouble finding uncle Martin on the page. I would read this cookbook that was published by this premium court historical society after he died all the other supreme court spouses put together their favorite recipes that he had cooked, and they published it as a cookbook, which by the way, you can buy and it's a wonderful Christmas gift. And also, I don't percentage of the profits or anything it's called the supreme court cookbook. Now, it's called chef supreme. But it's it's his recipes as he wrote them, and they're really in his voice, you really feel like he's next to you like cracking jokes and telling you how to cook. And he was like an aspiring chemist at one point is live. So the he's got a recipe for bag. That's like it's bread. There's four ingredients. But the recipe goes on for eleven pages. Like there's a whole paragraph about like how much percentage of protein should be in the wheat or. And so they and so I said to Ruth, you know, you should give army coffee that cookbook, and so some stuff like that. All story to lead to stuff like that. And then army to his credit then onset in Montreal. I took that cookbook and cooked dishes out of it invited. Everybody over for dinner and hosted a big meal of artichoke, which is a great way to get to know Marty. If you're going to be mardi cook recipes and hosted in her I wasn't invited. I hear it was great. Now in fairness, I was in New York. And Ruth and fussy just hit it off incredibly. And I know listen, he asked Ruth. Do you have any advice from you know, sort of at the end of the stay together and resist like I've seen your work. You're going to be great. And so I know that it if you wonderful. And then there was the second half of the question approach. I guess oh the broach the brochure something at I had originally. I thought I invented this is actually would which was just something to tie together. The generations of women if you notice in the in the photo on Reuss, desks her mother's wearing the Birch as well..
"john houseman" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up
"But, you know, another story we didn't end up getting into the film. But it's interesting as the polling kale relationship too. So, you know, pulling kale writes this famous barn. Burning piece called raising Cain in the early seventies. Essentially, arguing that Orson did not deserve the Oscar for writing citizen Kane because Herman Mike Witt's. Largely wrote it on his own and basically giving banquets credit for being the artists of the and the French autour son's, yeah. And it's interesting, and I'm actually a big mega. It's fan read books about him. But, you know, her only source was John houseman who at that point hated or sin, and and she never asked Orson for any corroborating or a a any kind of other interview about it. So in the real story behind that is that polling kale's nemesis was Andrew Sarah's the leading American critic who is arguing for this a tour theory, and she said well, the easiest way to get him to take down the biggest a tour star of all time, which is Orson. So there were all the politics happening on the film criticism level. And so when she writes this piece Orson asks Peter to write this full throated defense of him, which he does in Esquire magazine and. For Peter who's one of the hot up and coming film directors in America to take on the top film critic in the country on behalf of his mentor. It is no small ask Anderson's part. And he does it again with Charles Higham. British critic who writes, a critical piece in Peter writes, a very strong attack on high m defending Orson does these things again, and again, so it's odd that Orson would see Peter's character is betraying him. And this is where we get into the kind of psychology of Orson. And in a way, he was writing something to the relationship that he was predicting rather than actually existed because we're some belief that everybody portrays everybody else. I wonder have you seen this shorter film that wells made sometimes it's called portrait of Gina. Sometimes it's called Viva Italia. I have seen. I watched it for the first time recently because I was doing some research about her, and it's all sensibly a movie a short film that he was trying to sell to TV TV pilot as about these these Italian stars, including Gina Lollobrigida, but it's actually kind of his very bitter essay about not being appreciated in his own country. And this is fifty eight I mean, this is a preoccupation of his going wave going way way back and that piece is fascinating. I watched that before we started making this. And it's also fascinating the way it's made its cut in this incredibly fast way in or Sens asking questions, and he's interrupting his subjects while they're answering all the time, and they're up cutting all these things, and it's so I mean, you see the seeds of effort fake, actually in this other piece and fake was the documentary or Samedan in the early seventies. Which was really the film. That's influenced me, the most of organs hands down and a film. That's been a huge influence is a duck. Commentary filmmaker in one that I'm really paint a mosh to with the lemme want him dead. You use some footage from an answer. I mean, I have a thousand questions I could ask you about effort fake. But I mean, I did wanna talk a little bit about the style of your film enemy. We can start by talking about the narrator. Allen Cummings who presents footage from the other side of the wind from a movie Ola, which is a technique that Welles himself does an effort fake. Yes. And Orson oh, often traveled with the movie Ola. I mean, the thing is to have an on camera narrator in this day and age is not cool. Like, nobody does it. But I figured if ever there is an opportunity to do it. It was with this film because Orson loved the narrow to'real voice, and it goes back to his radio days. But if you look at many of his films, he narrates the trailers for his films. He narrates every TV project here we did. He narrates and he made a living largely narrating things. So I think or some loved. The use of narration and not just a voice of God narration, but a narrator whose a character who sometimes unreliable who has personality, and I just thought well..
"john houseman" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show
"Sounds funny. Yeah. The New York. I love this cash. Rules, everything around me. Cream get the money. The only way I feel like for me. It's more like. Dream. I feel like I believe in the freeze dream, the Leary snus rules, everything around delusion. Yeah. I might be about I'm more more of a dream. Yep. Yeah. For sure for sure I believe in that model more than I do cream right now. Welcome everybody to episode forty three of the every man show. I'm your host, John every may sit with this is a lighter Kasmin compared to the last few weeks. We've had but a cast nonetheless got Matteo haven't seen you in a bit. Are fairly sound guy? Noodles sea bass in the building. Walter, walter. Boy, you look like you just enjoying that TV there. You don't even like sports. No. But it's probably the most entertaining thing going on in here already. Okay. All right. And sitting with us we've already gone through women's month. I think I had a great time. Having a bunch of women here. It was fun. I enjoyed every single one of them. But now we're going to get back to. Are you regular schedule show, and we're going to get back to just having plano, guess I random and you're the first one out of the women's celebration month extravaganza. We had your first normal guest. If you will say. Say what you're saying? I really want to a moment. It wasn't normally went to recent enough. I think to exit gracefully from this. I should I was getting there. I was getting there. I was trying to put myself out of it for the second. Not just keep not in your head. Don't even make sound effects anything yet. But say with us, we got some hip hop again in the house got another hip hop artist owed at she you Don that I say, right, man. Is it just all dodgy Joe? Dodgy job data. Okay. J A H Odachi, which would be Gottschee spoiled that spell dodge. Like saying, oh that she, you know. Oh, the okay. Okay. Now, you just messed me up dodging this John dots Jaro dodge Hiba. All right. But we got John houseman. How you doing brother happened to be president? You know? The Dan sunny spud, not a crazy, man. I I've seen it shows man, I've seen you do some don't pass work. Got a lot of energy on stage. When I had the chance to bring you on for this episode Mannasseh. I know this guy's got something that special, you know, when it comes to hip hop. You know, I know we see a lot of rappers out there, and they personalized, but yours just doesn't fit that every day. Hip hop personality that you see out there. You know what I'm saying? And I was excited bringing you on the talk about that. But before I even do man, let's start into some crazy. I just wanna make this mention alright P Takeo D. Yeah. Right. I heard about that last night. Yes. King of diamonds, the famously known strip crop across all America, or at least people that listen to hip hop in America or anyone listens to hip. I've heard Kate O D king diamonds. It is no longer the they leave how many songs he'd think they inspired like like God damn how many hip hop. Bye. Mike Mike all the all don't. the don't talk about them again kicked in the face with us. We watch it into the fakes. Yeah. We we have these sports clips in the background. I didn't know that we had Emma may all of us thought, I was watching basketball highlights. But now we just got people kicking him in the face. Now. This kid just got robbed. What's his name? He just got just got rocked and UFC two twenty nine by by Tony Ferguson. Tony Ferguson, full them up. It's like anything goes in. Makes all mine. Golly. Do there's very little bare knuckle boxing league yet. That's like that backyard. Brawling not even have an octagon. There's no gloves look at that. Rock your whole fucking world. Mantis forgot all his plans for next week. Stuffy did last week..
"john houseman" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"They fall in. Oh, God it is one of the sex. It's sort of like unfaithful only, but she's great. They're all great. It's got moments of humor, and it's just a wonderful little movie. Great soundtrack goes to Woodstock Anna pack when plays her daughter. Oh, wow. Cast little movie walk on the moon. I'll walk on the moon. Okay. I have an odd one that is gets kinda mixed reviews. But I always have a fun place in my heart for movie called me and Orson Welles. Oh, I thought stars Jack Ephron who gets a chance to work with wills when he's putting on his production of Julius Caesar in nineteen thirty seven and you see. The people surrounding him Joseph Cotten and John houseman their plays the guy that played good Christian. Mckay. Chris what else he's done? He it's uncanny is one of the best Orson Welles performances. I've ever seen directed by the way by your dear pal. Richard linklater. Exactly. I remember meeting. I remember interviewing Rick when he came to town with that. And and Zach was with him. And that's a neat. Little movie to kind of under the rate like it is under the radar which is probably call the segment. He's he's British and has done what's his Christian McKenzie. I'm looking he was in tinker tailor soldier spy. That's right. He's in rush. Those the theory of everything it was in that played Roger Penrose in that. So yes. Excellent. Very good. Well, and that was the the federal theatre project that the WPA who plays to I hate to say the girl, but the who's the female clear. Yes, it is. Wow. That's a good pick arch. So there you go. And then of course, we are. We're plugging a bohemian rhapsody. Yeah. At first man, go see I man we. Remember as he's putting that booth on the ground somewhere, Diane lane and Vigo Mortenson. I'm gonna this going to be my last. It's hard to follow that this is gonna be my last I'm using air quotes horror movie since this is boots on the ground will say meaning. Yes. I'm gonna tell folks go out watch zombie land. It's not that. No. It's just a fun movie. Everything about that movie. Was just awesome Bill Murray shows up Bill Murray's the first time. I think I ever saw Emma stone. Yeah. I did super bad was your first. And then I saw her there. But she was still second time ever saw. I it's just fun. And I think I think there's a sequel that they're trying to put together I think with everybody is still back in it. Cool. So DC native Ruben Fleischer grew up. Yeah. They just they got it. Right. And everything about it was they just they got a nifty nifty movie. So they're done. So this is the part of the program where we all quote aren't a right? Here we go. So here's my quote, be more vulnerable end of sermon. I will also steal from his day. I'm sorry. I'm gonna do as well. As you did the less said about that movie. I got. Before you because I had nothing to give it so much chicken trick Trigger or treat treat. tip your waitresses. Vigo ego Vigo wherever. That's it.
"john houseman" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Pat, gray only on the blaze radio network. To hear what the best movie of all time is what would you? What's the best horror movie you've ever seen? I can't even you know, watch them. Don't usually. Yeah. I haven't watched green is the last one I watched and it was good. That's comedy. Right. I mean, that's that's there's some horror. Aw. Orange says soft growth, I I haven't seen saw. But I've heard saw is it's pretty gruesome though, right? They call it. They call it saw. Because the guy takes us saw two people. Right and cuts portions of their body off with a song. I mean, that's beautiful. What what is what would you not want to see about that? I mean, I've course you want to watch bodies be sought robbed on classic, Freddie. You know, Friday, the thirteenth no nightmare on elm street. Freddy, Kruger pretty Krueger Jason is is Jason Kidd, which was younger. Yeah. I think the first Halloween movie was my last Halloween movie my last real movie. Yes. Although did I think saw the ring somewhere along the line that was that wasn't gory. That was just kind of creepy because a little girl was involved. It's always scarier, it seems when there's a child involved, and there's they're evil in some way thing though, that I've ever seen and I didn't realize I guess I kind of realized what I was getting into was the fourth quarter of the falcons patriots SuperBowl couple of years ago, and probably the most terrified I've ever been. Somehow it always comes back to fell or the condos scarred for life. Football. My wife, and I saw ghost story like many years ago like thirty years ago or so and I remember that being scary. But I haven't seen it in three decades. So I'm not sure if it still holds up, but go story, I think John houseman was in that a little concerned that maybe it's like, you're poltergeist experienced. Yes. Yes. Which we finally showed that to the kids because I thought man they going to be blown away by this movie. Nobody does it like Steven Spielberg, man. Laughed at it. The whole time. Did not hold up. Well, some folks on Twitter, worship leader Caleb is as the exorcist is the movie. Yeah. I wouldn't. Yeah. Agean that is wouldn't see that one. That one's a little too. Real little too scary. For me. I I wouldn't that. That is something that would actually. Unnerved me because you know, it's actually about Satan, if it's about ghosts, or you know, vampires or monsters doesn't bother me because I know that's not real. Yeah. Okay. Gen-xer Kim using the hashtag put that in your pipe tweet zone. That Hannibal Hannibal is very scary for her. Okay. So haven't seen that one. I can't I I would imagine is that that's is that about Hannibal Lecter. Yeah. Yeah. So that's the follow up to silence of the lambs. Right. And so I never saw that. Either sounds very good. We're here hearing children of the corn. Okay. Haven't seen that one. Either. What happens when you give up? Movies for four decades. Hard to carry that topic. Aliens saying down the hall there. Okay. It's certainly grows thing pops out of and if Dylan says it, then it's obviously I mean, that's it. And that's a fact alien is the. The. A really that ends it as you know, he's always write about something. I'd like to hear from somebody who's seen the net. Flicks. Movie the hunting of hill house because I understand. Yeah. I read an article about the haunting of hill house, and they said people were vomiting and passing out from watching it. They wouldn't go to sleep at night that couldn't go to sleep at night sleep with the lights on. I mean, it was supposedly super disturbing. So if anybody's ever if anybody's seen the haunting of hill house, I'd like to hear what your thought what you thought about that? Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three also you can tweet us at paddock leased from the fourth horseman. This was from when we were playing Alison Cammarata. Oh, CNN CNN stuff. Please stop Alison Cammarata voices is aggravating Hillary's voice and Beddoes. Guitar. My ears are bleeding. Yeah..
"john houseman" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"Covered it. There's there's a bunch of stories you know that were done about this in major media and it became a, I guess, a somewhat popular story. It's funny if you go to according today, no one knows what you're talking about really. But no, I short period of time. It was. It was very well known and I would say that's sort of the story. I know there's a Michigan dog Nance stuff, but I really credit the the beast of Bray road for good or for evil with kicking off the top of the dog man as as a sort of pop culture figure which kind of is today. So yeah, that's the movie kind of takes you through the entire history of of Alcorn, Wisconsin and its relationship with the the beast of Bray road as well as a larger look at the the where will phenomenon globally. And then it kind of comes back to corn and shows you where things are going with the subject today. I just want to throw out there that you mentioned the fog. There's a four k remastered release of that coming back to theaters, I guess, to pine the Fourcade now and I just I just bought the beautiful like steel book. I just bought the steel condition, but I didn't realize there was this four k. remastered cut coming on Blu Ray too. So now I'm going to buy that as well. But yeah, it's a great, fantastic movie and I've just discovered it in last year to a really, oh yeah, it's one of the two big John houseman goes movies. There's that went. It goes story so enough, good stuff, say, citing dates back to the nineteen thirties, but then there wasn't a rash of sightings. Until the nineteen eighties and through to the nineteen ninety s why do you think that there was such a long hiatus between these initial? The initial sighting and add in the rush of signings will. It's kind of cool actually is the there are sightings in during the seventies. I'm not aware of any in the sixties authorities settings that Linda's come across. From the seventies. And then more recently, someone reported assiting on Bray road that would have taken place in the early eighties. So it's, it might be that people just weren't reporting what they were seeing or or it could be that you know do to the sort of attention being put on the subject. You know, all of a sudden people are are kind of calling in with their their own version of the story. People love to be part of these stories, and you always have to be very careful that as well. You know, the thing about the beast Ray road that I've, I really like as well as a subject is that there are. There are a lot of like rational, sort of what people consider mundane explanations for what could be going on. You know, you've got like the bear with mange thing. You've also got the the fact that there are large Wolfson especially now. I believe when I was there, I found out that wolves are sorta starting to repopulate. In Wisconsin..
"john houseman" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Aged anyway, her. So he's doing that great lear- speech that ends how shop an acceptance to it is Joe have a thankless child. Out of the corner of is I, he sees this actress acting reaction all over the place. And he stops and there's magnificent voice. He says. Quota name. Idea. I want you to know. Small book. So. With the galleons and replied, your question. That I, I started to clean up my speech so to speak and learn how to speak in. So I was able to play many classics. Well, it stood you in good stead all this time. Thank your length of now. Since we're in talking about the theater in the nineteen thirties, it brings us to the first of the titans. With whom you crossed paths. And I'm speaking of Orson Welles that will talk about John houseman, his partner in crime, but Leonard you of made the proper correction. Because also and did his best work with Jack Ausman. Yes, I know many people feel that. Yeah. What was your first impression of Orson. Well, at curious, it was contradictory. I, he was, you know, a big fat guy. I all this hullabaloo about him. And. I, I met him when I always Jack Hausman who brought me into the mercury. And they brought me into this office and this was awesome. Had we chatted immediately took a very competitive attitude towards each other. Because I thought I was one of the world's great actors and also knew he was. And the egos, if so, clashed immediately. But the class was subterranean. It was a feeling about each other and of. A sub-conscious relationship with each other of. Of fall out of word. Show. I thought, what the hell job. At Gioja. She's a chew bankas holiday. I'd like to play it. So I better be polite. And also was polite except he sensed. He sensed. That I had an immediate competitive feeling about him. I won't say dislike, but there was no like. It was just competitive. If you're so good, let's it. Uh-huh. Did this. What by the way was my Brooklyn bringing up, you know, we'd play Punchbowl then f you, you. What do you think this spurred you onto. To do your best and to to want to show him. Well. In this sense? Yes, put the question. Well, because that may be explains why I I did what I did with my career. And we got on. And actually when I left the Mark mercury. Also was thinking of doing a Henry the full. And I came back to visit on one of his productions to visit the mercury guys and also. And he said to me in make up on stage effort of owns. When are you coming back? Which I consider that a compliment and very nice. His behavior was better than mine. Now. John passes. He doesn't do Henry the fourth at that time and I go onto things with it. So. There was a tribute. Play. At the mercury theatre for auction. Towards? Well, he was. Eight done a few years of work. Tribute at the theater. I was invited back each night was devoted to another aspect of all since Korea. I was invited back to the classical theatre. The early days the mercury and so on. And others came later. Now what was all over everybody dispersed and said, good night to goodbye. All on the stage. I went up to say to him. Braced me a great bay, a hug. Lean down. And wished. But in my. You son of a bitch. That's the last travels. Wow. There are no dull stories about Orson now. No. Now he was not dull, no people of a certain age. No, John houseman. Ironically, not as a producer, not as an entrepreneur, not as the head of the Juilliard school of acting, but as an actor himself in the movie, the paper chase, the TV series that followed in those endless commercials for Smith Barney where he said, they earn money the old fashioned way they earn it. So he had a latter day fame that I don't think he ever anticipated, but many people agree with you that he was really the man who sort of enabled Orson to do what he did both in theater and on radio and and many people who haven't studied history, don't know that. This is true. Hey. Relationship with houseman was strawberry. Because. It was routed and such..
"john houseman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Book Dumbo is toughest nails WBZ, book club I'm. Jordan rich comic genius no question troubled soul with. A. Bevy of insecurities absolutely someone we generally missing our lives for certain HBO recently launched a documentary on the, life of Robin Williams four more detailed. Portrait of the, artist the man husband father and friend check out the. Book Robin. By David it's scoff he details Robbins meteoric rise. To stardom with Morgan Mindy is, over the top frenetic but brilliant standup career and his, struggles with addiction depression and perhaps the final enemy Lewy body disease that may have. Led to his suicide Robin Williams attended Juilliard fine school of acting and learned his, craft from amazing. Mentors including John houseman his films run the gamut from, over. The top two hilarious we get to know the offstage Robin Williams, for many close, friends including Billy crystal and we understand more fully how a performer of his caliber thrived and perhaps survived for many. Years on laughter alone it's touching in depth portrait of the troubled artists with insight into the amazing, source of his talent. Robin by David Scott the book club WBZ NewsRadio Ten thirty and WBZ news time is five twenty six we've got sixty five, degrees and it is, clear in Boston right now City of Worcester is. Set to begin a major project after Labor Day crews will begin cleaning and restoring a dozen monuments and memorials around the city the city manager says some of the monuments which honor veterans and the military haven't been touched since they were first directed or dedicated more than a century. Ago among those targeted for a face lift our Abell from the USS. Wister and a bronze sculpture of Spanish American war soldier the. Eighty thousand dollar project is expected to be complete by early winter we have sixty five degrees under. Mostly clear skies in Boston today will be sunny to partly cloudy and warmer than. Yesterday with. A high of about eighty two Gina goes up next and her. Top story will be the, being laid, to rest John McCain the Senator will be laid to. Rest at the US naval academy WBZ news time is five twenty seven.
"john houseman" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Anything that's like important for what's happening now in, England and they show on national. TV they were a little bit show some nudity Everything okay Yeah so it's, different? Toledo right. You know and I was happy to be like in a position where Reichen do something like that where I feel comfortable with it and, I'm like I want you. Know I, don't? Know I, I want us to get over this kind of like teenage boy attitude as a nation about they men yeah it's like get over it, it's the, boob right Leading. The way on that So. I, mean I, don't know that's you know that's Aside from that what advice would? You, give her about how to. Get going out, here oh just. Every, don't listen, anybody Anything To anybody because, the you, know everybody's going to tell you a different thing every casting director, teacher I. Prison in your acting class, everybody's gonna tell you, another, definitive thing. Of this is how. You must you must have this headshot you must do x y and z don't ever do this this. And this and everybody's. Rules are at odds. An opposition with all of them and it's all nonsense it's up. To you it's up to you you've got. To feel it be just be present in your body don't do anything, that makes, you feel weird and then probably nobody else. Will feel weird either That's kind of a good rule Yeah so wolf what advice would you give somebody about? How to get going out here That's a loaded question Go for it Also rewards go forward and. Don't be prepared just Learn the craft, and be prepared because you get everybody always says what that opportunity Opportunities always come is are you ready to an opportunity comes, you know it's You were saying Jessica it's everybody's, different, everybody handles a different and a lot, of people do promise and. Say yeah I'll do this free into for you but. Nobody helps, you out you, got to kind of do it on your own you. Know everybody's an promise, you, the, world, and. He's got to do the work. You got to wait eat breathe sleep acting, if that's what you wanna do so? We'll when you would get, an audition, who. Would, you go to, for coaching you, go to join barons Paul com welcome? Yeah he, was I. Met, him through Gosh I forget the casting directors name that you sent, me? To, four decision loosening no she was. On a. Double Kula Deborah Quillet she. Introduced, me. To him oh okay, and he was great and it was for that movie. Trader. With Don Cheadle right I was. Too tall for it Who's done immune. To, one. Guy but anyway I, met him through that and he had been great almost. Men. Almost came really close out huge Process now how did you handle that process. Because there was a lot of time, involved Waiting you know when, I was younger I would, get really, excited, really cycle right this can happen because you're you're waiting, for that break you, know it's but you have to stay focused and you would always I would, always think do I go back, bigger to go back, the same as how I audition you just keep it the same be in, the room, how they saw you, and the audience got bigger and bigger as. It was you know as well at first it's the casting director in the camera person that's the director of the producer gets bigger and bigger than the room to. Handle, the anxiousness in the waiting in? The patients call you twenty times a day No no it's it's frustrating because it's not in your hands yeah it really isn't in there isn't anybody on there that we it that Go about. You just honestly pushed next and. Go to the next thing and if that happens it happens I've learned with time that's what. You? Do you move. Onto. The, next thing you can't sit stagnant win for the. One, thing that might not be. The one it's match right it's like dating Know Okay so, Jordan what advice would you give someone Coming out, here for the first time yeah I think I would tell them recommended them to go out and do anything they can to be. Seen Plus Phil stuff like that anywhere where. They can be seen ask. Agents? And talent cashing graduates to, come in and see. Them just be seen so that, would be theater right like which I didn't do which you didn't do So jessica Are you in? New York did you do any, theater, elevator wow experience that must've been ain't. Love the I love the theater really do really still love it more than anything public theater and. Lincoln. Center, yeah. Yeah, yeah yeah I'll take. It all And, people seem to doing Theater. Town and more more casting. People can see, you work. It was great you, know and like I mean I would do like a little little production in, like on forty second street like above the John houseman theater in like a, little thirty studio annex space, and people would come like I got a writing job from like this little stupid play. That we were, doing well and you know we. Went to the bar afterwards this woman comes up to myself. And a friend of mine just like you guys are really funny if you, guys, do, reading writing like, well yes we do actually And we ended up writing, and performing in this series, of like content filler for the oxygen network when it was first like its first incarnation. And they were, like looking for contact between segments. That didn't have any advertisers or like you know it was. Weird so we wrote these ridiculous like late nineties like scenarios of females shopping, for, bras, and things and Wow Like you get opportunities like that from like doing some little, crap neuter. Production you know somewhere New York is much different and actor can do more there. Too Than they cannot hear and leaving that's it Oh Tonight we're going to have to take a break. Here we're going to go back to next part two and a couple of, minutes and stay. Tuned don't go anywhere is a fascinating. Show very. Interesting great show with great, guests and we're talking about acting and you can relate to some of the stuff these people are telling. You so just don't go. Anywhere sit tight will be back in a couple of, minutes? Right we will see you in a couple of. Minutes all. Right take..
"john houseman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Audiotape of Williams being interviewed, including on, fresh air how and why Robin, Williams pursued acting and laughter as a young man how he got into Juilliard where he learned from the esteem John houseman how he got his big break playing an alien named Mark on a guest appearance on ABC's happy days and how his sudden fame on Morgan Mindy in the, nineteen seventies led to years of excessive drug and alcohol use how he crossed over from TV actor to movie star scoring with such. Films as good morning Vietnam the Fisher king and MRs, Doubtfire and how teamed with Billy crystal and Whoopi Goldberg for annual comic. Relief benefits for the homeless there are samples from all these phases of his career and there are outtakes to plenty of them including some very raw comedy but what's. Even more interesting or the comments from other very funny comics Who dropped their guard here. And speak very seriously about both the comedy and personality of Robin Williams Like David Letterman who started as a standoff about the same time in the same comedy clubs and watched Williams with In my head my first sight of it was that he could fly because of the the energy, it was like observing an, experiment and Steve Martin who starred with Williams in a stage production of waiting for good though his character was interestingly Hurt and he played a very vulnerable as I think, he was in life too Onstage he, was the master and in. Charge and funny and quick and in life you know he wasn't on stage anymore I just felt a little bit of I think he was really. Comfortable on stage and less comfortable offstage Oh holding holding himself together and Billy. Crystal who shares and talks about some of the private phone messages his old friend would leave on his answering machine wherever it was when the phone would, ring and I. Looked at it and I'd. See the four one five area code I know it was him And, it was going. To be something really good.
"john houseman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In Cooley, says is very, funny but gets even better when it turns. Serious this is the second time this year HBO is presented a thoughtful well researched intimate documentary biography about a comedian who built a singularly successful comedy, career then. Died, suddenly the I was John appetite was, fabulous inspirational appreciation of Garry. Shandling the new one premiering today is called Robin. Williams come inside my. Mind it's directed by marina xenophobic who is beginning to specialize in biographies of artists who've done great, work but have complicated private. Lives her subjects have included Richard Pryor and Roman, Polanski and now Robin Williams whose onstage approach is a stand up. Comic Whether he. Was changing subjects at warp speed or exploring one. Idea until it was perfectly polished gem was a wonder to behold I'm in Are? You aware You say After being diagnosed with what ultimately was identified as an Alzheimer's like Aleman called Lewy. Body dementia Williams committed suicide in two thousand fourteen at age. Sixty three But come? Inside my mind is more about his life than his death it explains sometimes using audio tape of Williams being interviewed, including on, fresh air how and why Robin, Williams pursued acting and laughter as a young man how he got into Juilliard where he learned from the esteem John houseman how he got his big break playing an alien named Mark on a guest appearance on ABC's happy days and how he's sudden fame on Morgan Mindy in the, nineteen seventies led to years of excessive drug and alcohol use how he crossed over from TV actor two movie star scoring with such films. As good morning Vietnam the Fisher king and MRs Doubtfire, and how he teamed with Billy crystal and Whoopi Goldberg for annual comic. Relief benefits for the homeless there are samples from all these phases of his career and there are outtakes to plenty of them including some very raw comedy but what's. Even more interesting or the comments from other very funny comics Who dropped their guard here. And speak very seriously about both the comedy and personality of Robin Williams Like David Letterman who started as a. Standoff about the same time in the same comedy clubs and watched Williams with off, in my head my first sight of it was that he could fly because of the the energy it was like. Observing an experiment and Steve Martin who starred with Williams in a stage production of waiting for Godot his character was interestingly Hurt and he played very vulnerable as I think he. Was in life too On, stage he, was the master and in. Charge funny and quick and in life you know he wasn't on stage anymore I just felt a little bit of I think he was really. Comfortable on stage and less comfortable offstage Always felt holding holding himself together and Billy. Crystal who shares and talks about some of the private phone messages his old friend would leave on his answering machine wherever it was when the phone would, ring and I'd. Look at it and I. See the four one five area code I know it was him I, know it's going. To be something really good.
"john houseman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Audiotape of Williams being interviewed including on, fresh air how and why Robin, Williams pursued acting and laughter as a young man how he got into Juilliard where he learned from the esteemed John houseman how he got his big break playing an alien named Mark on a guest appearance on ABC's happy days and how he's sudden fame on Morgan Mindy in the, nineteen seventies led to years of excessive drug and alcohol use how he crossed over from TV actor to movie star scoring with such films. As good morning Vietnam the Fisher king and MRs Doubtfire, and how he teamed with Billy crystal and Whoopi Goldberg for annual comic. Relief benefits for the homeless there are samples from all these phases of his career and there are outtakes to plenty of them including some very raw comedy but what's. Even more interesting or the comments from other very funny comics Who dropped their guard here. And speak very seriously about both the comedy and personality of Robin Williams Like David Letterman who started as a. Stand up about the same time in the same comedy clubs and watched Williams with, off my head my first sight of it was that he could fly because of the the energy it was like. Observing an experiment and Steve Martin who starred with Williams in a stage production of waiting for Goodell his character was interestingly Hurt and he played it very vulnerable as I think he. Was in life too Onstage, he was the master and. In charge Bonnie and quick and in life you know he wasn't on stage anymore I just felt a little bit of I think he was really. Comfortable on stage and less comfortable offstage Holding holding himself together and Billy. Crystal who shares and talks about some of the private phone messages his old friend would leave on his answering machine wherever it was when the phone would, ring and I'd. Look at it and I'd. See the four one five area code I knew it was him I was going. To be something really good What.
"john houseman" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Do that and just up their bid to seventy point three billion dollars in a deal that would include fox film and tv studios some cable networks and international assets but not fox news channel or the fox television network disney had made a fifty two and a half billion dollars all stock offer in december i'm scott carr as investors set aside fears about a us trade war with china for the moment the dow is up fifty six points i'm john trout from your breaking news station i'm judith jenkins along with ed hartley at the new mexico honda dealers news desk new mexico's to democratic us senators are headed to the southern border with mexico this friday tom udall and martin heinrich both oppose the trump administration's no tolerance policy that separates immigrant kids from their families if their parents are detained while trying to cross the border into the us with them they will visit a the two senators will visit a temporary detention facility for kids in tornado texas they're also scheduled to then visit las cruces in a border crossing at el paso udal and heinrich both support a bill that bans family separations near the border unless the kids are known to have been abused or neglected new mexico attorney general dareus is leading twentyone other agee's nationwide against the trump administration's zero tolerance policy at the border they're demanding that the policy be ended a letter has been sent to the homeland security secretary and attorney general sessions in which the say separating kids from parents is inhumane and draconian and balderas says the justice department has acknowledged its legal and moral obligations with this issue three jail escapees from the curry county jail are back in custody inmates ricky center aaron clark and victor up alaska got away from the jail last week but curry county sheriff's deputies gotta tip on their whereabouts led them to an apartment in clovis on dartmouth the deputies tried to negotiate the trio out of the apartment but someone fired shots from inside the unit and deputies did fire back clark senate and daca finally did surrender they were arrested and another man thirty eight year old john houseman was also arrested and charged with harboring and aiding a felon there's been a good year for oil and gas lease revenue in new mexico in fact state land commissioner aubrey dunn says the nearly one hundred seven million dollars brought in this fiscal year is a record the previous high was one hundred and two million dollars in two thousand twelve done says this year about seventy five thousand acres was sold at an average acre cost of fourteen hundred dollars coming up in one minute they're easing fire restrictions now in two national forests in new mexico que koa newsradio time is.
"john houseman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Two nine eight hundred seventy one hundred here's ken on wgn hi ken yeah i i was thinking that the father of the bride with steve markets better than the original yeah that's a good movie that's the father of the bride with steve martin is a sweet little movie and then they ended up making a sequel to the to the remain at number yup yeah yeah no that's a good one father of the bride steve martin that was that was a lovely lovely little funny movie elder person movie i thought maybe a st martin connection act you know before it was just like comedies yeah yeah eastern out to be pretty good in a lot of different in a lot of different things so take father of the bride with steve martin by the way steve martin and martin short are coming to ravenna to do their act that should be sell out that's going to be like the the you won't even be able to walk on the lawn in that one and they they do they do song and dance and as you guys probably know steve martin plays the banjo and plays pretty well we can go through a couple of terrible ones let's let's talk about a couple of terrible remix speaking of john carpenter the remake of the fog has anybody seen the remake of the fog would what's the dude's name from smallville the actor you're welling tom welling okay well he's in it and as you see the remake of the fog from two thousand five i have not it's horrible the original is great john carpenter really creepy moody wonderful ghost story very atmospheric jamie lee curtis of course is in it tom atkins you guys didn't know who john houseman was we were talking about john houseman he's in the opening scene telling ghost story with his very distinctive voice but the remake is awful the.