17 Burst results for "Judy Holliday"
"judy holliday" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Because it's great we talked about. I think we must have talked about this and we talked about sunset boulevard but this this best actress race is so infamous right because judy holliday. One and and the ideas that they all cancel each other out the ideas like if they if they were would run this now. Probably what betty davis leading and baxter and supporting and then. Sorry celeste home. They'll ritter would be outgoing. They probably a win. You know so you know. It was godfather gory fraud. I was looking at this. Guardian article from Two thousand seventeen that is about or sorry twenty. Nine hundred about this A west end production of all about eve. They did with gillian anderson. And lily james as margo channing in in Kind of about how terrible it was also talked to the screenwriter of the favorite about how this was an inspiration for the paper which i think is obvious. There's a lot of things that it has inspired. But it put together for me which i had never thought about The ending of the favorite is the ending of all about eve. Where it's got the lake. The prism mirror of the rabbits were emma stone. Like realizes she's an and the the body of you've got the new usurper sitting in front of the mirror Hate december put together. And i thought it was exciting and the favorite is so good in so many ways. That all about eve. So good guys. Well we haven't mentioned that marilyn monroe's here as another good great as another young woman trying to carve her path in a slightly mousy airway mouse. He's a funny thing to say about in monroe obviously. She's devastating but she's like she's just like a chesapeake piece. That as indeed is moving around that board which is interesting. Well and in the sam stag story. There's so many hilarious things about how everybody reacted to marilyn monroe. Who pretty much was unknown going into this and they all think she left a big impression on everybody. I don't think the women the other women were terribly impressed by her in most cases but i mean she and she does. It does take you a minute right. Takes you like thirty seconds. And then you're like holy smokes and then of course it is like i've i've always loved the energy of that party scene later on with. They're all just kind of drunk on the staircase feel so much bigger a real party. We have to like step over people to get where you're trying to go and like everyone's in the way it's such good staging and rick really authentic for that period in hollywood. I really like how the movie is in dialogue with attention that was existing at that time and before obviously and since less so because movies one between movies and theater and that it's a movie that opens with a joke about the academy awards and is very much about people flying off to from leaving new york. Which is people live in new york. I'm very used to the migration westward and so it seems that reverend of theater but kind of like but you're you're done so it's kind of a more didn't take on that i love at the end when eve is giving her speech and she's like talking about how she uses eater she's like and even though i am going to film a moving we it's just this inevitability the i think the movie has so much tragic fund with In a way that like makes it like probably one of the movies if not the best movie ever made about a particular conflict within show business. I love love. Gary merrill as bill saying you know you don't want to know what the theater is the theaters a flea circus like. That's a great little speech stuck in there that television is always auditioning all television. Is or whatever this. I've loved gary maryland this actually. This is the first time. I've really paid attention to his performance. And that i think is also the first time that i understood that they. He and betty davis we're in a real life eventually got married and divorced named their daughter. Margot wild bill's going to shuffle off spouses early on and filming. He is just like he is just staring at her through most of the scenes that he has with her like what he's fighting with her at the restaurant and they're they're engaged and the four of them are setting the table. It's mostly margot talkies. Mostly him just staring at her besotted. And i was like this man really is just like in and sorry to quote this from the story he is quoted saying i walked around with an erection for three days. That's the less serving duration. That's something people would say on the record. But also to your point about hollywood minor bit about hollywood is the is the movie star. Who shows up to the party that you'd never see but they just see her follow her sable coat up and down the stairs basically. That's a great. That's a great little bit that i just like. They thought of every smart thing you can do in a movie and managed to do it all at once. You can't make them like that anymore because it just doesn't happen that nobody we like. This exist any period of holidays. When are we gonna get make to about this making this movie. What did he win for the year before. Sorry to be. Oscar looked it up. It's a movie not nearly as famous. Oh it's always letters from three women. Yeah kinda sucks. Actually but Is a letter to three wives. Yeah jeanne crain. It's kind of. It's kind of sappy but Yeah make too about the making of all about eve. Let's let's make it happen. Yeah i would not want know about remake but a making of all buddy i mean feud was not. It was a few too. Yeah yeah thank you. Mike for asleep this for letting me talk about it i love. I love this film and it's really fun. Do suggest going back and reading. I hope i haven't put anyone off the article with my quotations from no right now i'm gonna we're done. Oh another fun. Fun fact is that marilyn monroe was presented at that oscars. I think she presented the costume. Award edith head. And that was her only oscar she ever appeared at wow was the nineteen fifty one oscars but yeah and also that they had cost you design black and white at the time they were giving separate cost you awards for color and black and white which is wild mean. Betty davis has costumes in. This movie are incredible. How many oscars you've had. She must have so many oscars but she deserved that. One foreshore just for coats could be used for such dramatic effect. You know but also protective an obviously for now of course but like it. Maybe just want one of those huge wrap wrap around kind of like cloaks that are just. They're such great props in this movie and other things in the opening wins left home like walks into a rainy little alley and she just sort of like tucks her for code up around her neck and it's a nice contrast and baxter's like little rain code and flashers trench hiding alleyway won eight oscars for best costume design More than any other woman also. She won an oscar for sabrina. Even though as you've all she designed like most of the gowns so she credit for it anyway. he did. that had some real power..
"judy holliday" Discussed on Females on Fire with Hayley Luckadoo
"You're only stuck because you won't move phone number 91 from creator of House of and speaker and author of one of my favorite books. Here is my homeboy, Judy Holliday, you have two choices, you can let things happen to you or you can happen to things. The choice is always yours phone. Number 92 from therapist author and business mindset. Coach Kate, Krakow. Mindset work will last a lifetime, your business needs you to get support to process the messiness of each new level. Number 93 from Brand strategist and author, Miranda Joyner. Failure isn't found in the box of unsold products at your house, failure. Only happens when you stop trying. Number 94, from consonants, Queen and podcaster Kelly France. It's not what you say to everybody else dead. It's what you whisper to yourself every day that has the greatest power. That is the truth number 95 from my friend and you're go to video. Gal Holly Dillon, shift your focus off yourself and onto the person who is out there, waiting for you to help them Number 96, from the CEO of cultivate what matters, Laura Casey. Our Lives will Bloom through daily decisions and habits not just the giant leaps made once in a while. Number 97 from money empowerment coach Kindle. Hamilton the results you have in life are a result of what you primarily focus on, put your focus on what you want, not what you don't. Number ninety-eight. My very good friend and amazing encourager, life, coach and motivational speaker Jacqueline digregorio. There's no such thing as the light at the end of the tunnel. You must realize that your the light and you create your thoughts, number 99 from business coach and podcaster Melissa Lynn I know that in order to hit my goals, I need to step into the woman that's already hitting them consistently. I love that. Gotta step into that person. You want to be number one, hundred. We're getting there. You guys, from mindset coach, Jin, Rose, You'll feel so much.
"judy holliday" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'll take it, Lawrence. No. Oh, don't you think that you're my two elderly taking on a responsibility like this? I got a good feeling about it, man. Drew the boys, a veteran. He deserves a second chance. Somebody all right now you guys have to describe this film and why you like it so much. Still ahead, Wendy. Okay, Well, I'm a huge Jack Nicholson fan. It's going south with Jack Nicholson. He discovered Mary Steenburgen in this film and John Belushi's in the film and Christopher Lloyd's in the film, and the music was fantastic by Van Dyke Parks, and I think it's just hilarious. What do you think? Chance? Not enough People know about this movie. That's what I think what the it's really wonderful and kind of one of those little known movies, you know, so You gotta start getting it out there. Come on, You have a you have a thing you do when you interview people and you know we got to get it out there. That's what I do with my favorite year I've gotten so a lot of people think that when you love him really good to tell people about it and thats going on social media Going south Going south is a movie we should see. Yes. Yeah, he Jack Nicholson directed it in 78. Everybody should see all Jack Nicholson movie. You don't like me, This'll guy is so gifted and so original. No, the comedy You're wonderful, Wendy. Thank you, Wendy for being with us Just great. No. Was Wendy in Monterey. She's just a great girl, and we grew up together. Oh, I should keep her on and never tell me stories. She? Well, she dishes all right way. Grew up with movie stars charge. You know, people like Wendy and I all our friends have. Apparently people who work in the industry, their parents really famous people. That's amazing. Like the two of you. Well, much more famous. Okay, I wait. Rob asks about Judy Holliday, great comedic actress who died too Young on duh. Talk about her film with Jack Lemmon and Judy Holliday and Peter Lawford as a charming rake. Tell me about that, he said about It's not the one who started about Pff 50, right? Yeah, it's one of the all Judy Holliday. The ship could to see She was just so unusual. You know, I'm thinking today there are so many actors and actresses who look alike seem alike Actor like on these people, you could never mix up Judy Holliday with you know, with any other woman. Any of these people of the past are so unusual in original and she was just great. She won an Oscar, of course for born yesterday. And, uh, she could play comedy Broad, but with heart she was vulnerable. And that's what you see. And especially her love scenes. Well, you know, I have to tell you. I hate to say this. I'm vulnerable. You know what? I'm vulnerable to. I'm afraid to know the clock on. We're down to the last 15 note last 40 seconds and I love our collars. I'm hoping next time you know, we'll get we'll call it will do more college next time. What can I do? I'm constrained by time, but I'm never constrained by Jan Wall And Jan, I love you and thank you and have a great week have a lot to talk about next week. We show well All right. Have a good night. Let me thank Anthony are wonderful engineer and I have to think Lynn Sloane are wonderful producer who put together the sound and I want to thank all of you remember?.
"judy holliday" Discussed on KGO 810
"A great great movie Now this was the only time they worked together, but they would Dialing friends. I mean, this is a lie that women can't be friends, which is crazy. We help each other out all the time. That's why sisterhood is powerful. Anyway. Jane would really help Maryland who is she used to call Blondie Get out here, blud, because you know Maryland would stay in a dressing room out of fear. And anyway, this was all Maryland's voice, by the way, Money. Nixon, only dubbed the beginning of diamonds are a girl's best friend, which is from this movie. Um, but she said, no, no, no, no. It's only the part that was dubbed the rest of It is all Maryland's voice All Jane's voice because Jane was a singer, and there are some hot numbers in this. Judy Holliday was originally supposed to do it. And Betty Grable. They both were hoping kill Channing would do it, Who made it a huge hit on Broadway Savages Go Zone, But of course, they gave it to Maryland. She was fabulous in it and how Schaeffer and I did a cruise together. He was a vocal coach on this and, uh oh, man, he's just said she. Maryland was just up. Port and choreographed by Jack Cole, one of the weirdest guys in Hollywood history anyway, just terrific. So that's chain in Maryland. And everybody should see gentlemen prefer I just wanna be clear. My wife is not a blonde, but I prefer her. Uh okay, Wait. Sun Valley serenade. Tell us about that. Well, this is a couple. We're talking about great teams, right and people who really kind of spark off each other. It doesn't get better. In fact, they could never make a Hollywood movie about these guys about their lives because nobody can do what they did. They Were the Nicholas Brothers. Can we hear the sound? Please? A.
"judy holliday" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"And i think she said i thought i did. I thought you were this other person now. I can't remember who he was than did that. Because i really like you. What would it be friends with you. that's eighty. Did you pick the right lap. Heroes of the twentieth century accurately the closing conference of the closing session of at that weekend. Well i just want to say that. I the way i met. Betty dodson was. I just came up to her. Not knowing who she was her book had given me my first orgasm when i was nineteen years old but at this point it was at cat. Son loves birthday party and i didn't know who she was. She just looked so friendly. I went up and sat on her lap. Will she's into this whole lap sitting without even knowing who you aren't thing. Yeah then i found out who she was that she was the lady who gave me my first orgasm. Not her hand over ideas. Yes so So yes so. That was your first show with me That betty dodson was there. And i think you talked about that and you left your underwear in my bed underway. Last she left your underwear audience. I said well somebody please pass these back to betty and took them and put them up to her face and like a rocky triumph. And i wouldn't trade that moment for a bigger. I've said that before so your second time on my show. I think it was the second time was with your son bobby. When he did a one man show about what. It's like to have a porn star. Dad let's a second time. I was in studio with you. But you've got a portable show. And i've seen you at other places with your camera walking around. Yeah yeah the hollywood show also. But you were there with nina hartley on my show with your son bobby. And and you've done quite a few scenes with nina hartley. And by the way i should just say as long as we're named celebrities that your book hindsight has a forward by wait for it. Whoopie goldberg. then you were on my show promoting the book when we were in inglewood and you came to my opening in la. And i did. I came to your opening. That's right of your Hindsight delivery what was it called. Watch party launch party but you read parts of it. Yeah well anyway. I love to Inter we've with your life your career and And i just want you to remember that. It is a mitzvah. What's a mitzvah. Howie blessed to have sex on a holiday. Yeah yeah schutte holiday. A jewish holiday like yeah a positive holiday. I mean we're not talking yom kippur. I was talking about judy holliday. The actress thought you were saying like jewish holiday. You're such a pun. Stor little bit halloween. But i'm so delighted to share hanukkah with you likewise and you know. I've always lit the candles but in the past like ten years i've been making hanukkah kinky. You know how. I do that. I can guess but you tell me. I want you to guess while. I'm sure it involves some spanking well. It could yamagata thanksgiving holiday on. Well you know spanking is good for any holiday but spanksgiving. of course it's all about spanking and and valentine's day is really lupercalia which is all about spanking and cramped is all so lot of spanking. What is unique to hanukkah. I'll give you a hint. It's right before me. Look at all these beautiful candles now. You can't guess what i'm much. What the subject of guessing is on fire. What are you doing maniac. Yeah oh we talk wax hot wax baby hot wax. Okay yes you never got into hot. Wax howie no now. I just you know it just felt like hot wax. Well do anything for me. Well okay that. I'm not going to do it to you. Because you're a killjoy. When it comes to my hanukkah hot wax. 'cause i am.
"judy holliday" Discussed on WDRC
"Oh, I'm doing well. How are you? Terrific. We're glad you made it through. Caller five. You know a thing or two about Lucille Ball. I think I do. I think you'll be okay. Doug. He sounds smart. This is gonna be tough for me. Everyone sounds my legs, Carlos. It's okay. We're gonna start with you. Doug. Lucille Ball was the first female to run a major Hollywood studio. Is that true or false? I said that's false. Kyle, is he right? I think it's true, Do you? Yeah, it is true that Daisy Lou Productions named for its founders, Of course, Lucille and dizzy and that was formed in 1950 dog. This is for you. Unfortunately, this's from a she was a woman ahead of her time are all right. Carl Daisy Lou produced several other popular shows such as Charlie's Angels and Get Smart. Sure False. Ah, no, I know that's false. Is he right? That is, that is all that is false. The studio did produce the mother shows like Star Trek and Impossible, but not Charlie's Angels or get smart. Haven't fooled you quite yet. Doug Lucy was the first pregnant actress to play a pregnant woman on television. Is that sure falls, I'd say that's true, Carly. That's ice off one eye. I think I think the way you phrased it. It's true, but she was not the first. Person to play a pregnant woman on television that but that's not what you said. I think the first person to play a pregnant woman on TV was Mary Tyler Moore. But she wasn't pregnant at the time. I'm going to say that question again. No, no. What you say is true, right? Just to clarify the first pregnant actress play a pregnant woman on television. That is, I agree. Truly agree with that. Yes, she was expecting her second child. Her son does Ian as junior and the writers wrote the pregnancy into the show instead of hiding it, which was very forward at the time. Trivia on this. And Doug. Maybe you know this May be you don't When she was pregnant. The producers and writers of the show were so convinced that she was going to have a girl. Yeah, that they came out with a doll. A set like like a doll of her baby. You know, like a you'd buy in the store. And then when she came when she had a boy, they had a recall All of those dolls they had already realized. Yeah, Yes. So it's a very, very Expensive and very, you know. Ah, sought after Well, of course, that would never happen today with technology that we have, but they didn't have that same technology and, uh, you know, back in the early 19 nineties, They re called all of our stores. All right, Carl, this one's for you. When theatre work was not panning out for her. She took some modeling jobs under the name Elizabeth Irene. Ah, a gig that ultimately led. Of course, her being discovered as an actress. I'm gonna say false. I think she did do some things like that, but not under that name. Okay. Doug, is he right? I mean, I think so. I know she did some modeling, but I don't recall that name. And you are right. It was not Elizabeth Irene. That's completely fabricated. But the name was Diane Belmont. Okay, as her got it. She's sneaky, at least Doug. Following the end of I Love Lucy. She produced and starred in the Broadway musical Bells are ringing from 1962 1961. You think? Yes, no TV show? No, This is a Broadway musical. I think that's false. Judy Holliday, Quick that pie. I agree. I don't think it's true that it is false. It is false. You both rich, but she starred in the musical Wildcat. But you guys know Doug, we're We're kicking butt here. Alright, Karl. This is the last question is for you right on March 30th 1961 Day after the filming of Lucy and Daisy's last episode together. Lucille Ball filed for divorce, claiming married life with Daisy was a nightmare. Um Hi. Wow. That's a tough one that's like that, But I am going to say false. Is he right, Doug? Could you give me the question one more time. So one day after the filming of Lucy in Disease last episode together, which was March 3rd 1960 Lucille Ball filed for divorce, claiming married life with Daisy was a nightmare. I'm not sure. But I think they got divorced a little later on than that. I don't think it was right after. Well, that is absolutely true. I finally got up yet. She filed for divorce One day after she said that her marriage was nothing at all as it appeared on. I love you..
"judy holliday" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Welcome back to the show. This is the Patrick lives on radiothon. 777 11 56 11 other This is mean Mary's new album alone. This's the song Come along, People who listen to show regularly. We'll know that mean Mary was was on the show before. I didn't wonder wonderful, wonderful artist. Second players are back virtually with plays, running the gamut from science fiction to a superhero saga, the people revealing long held secrets of the Evanston Second Act players. Online 60 is the new 40 Short play festival, November 13th and 14th, 20th and 21st. You could visit Evanston Second act players dot com and a person who is no stranger to the stage. Mary Squire Chiaki Maria. I'm sorry Marina Square he had He plays my mouth. It's ahead of me sometimes plays Officer Kim Burgess on Chicago P D. She won the prestigious Agnes Moorehead Award for her performance in a studio holiday and the off Broadway play just in time. And you did stand up comedy. Oh, yes can hear me. We can hear you. Logging crime Marina, Did you state of Dominique God that feels like a lifetime ago. I've been on Chicago P D for eight years now. Well, well. So so talk of talk about this. This performance in the Agnes Moorehead Award. That's that's a really, that's a really prestigious achievement. Yes, I played an old movie star named Judy Holliday. And what was great about it is that you know there's tapes and videos of her. So I had to inhabit her body and her voice and she has a little bit when she talks like this really fun to see what it is, is somebody new, which is totally different from my like Chicago cop persona. You know, we had Patrick Pflueger and Andi. I know he was just texting me. I was like, how did it go? What he was, but he was talking about be starting out on the stage. Age on DH. That's that's where you began. When was the last time you were on stage and do you miss it? No, I really missed it. But, you know, I spent a lot of time building to get here. Tio have a career on television, and I did a lot of theater. I hope to get back to it. But this is a lovely life for right now. Absolutely. You know you were you were also Ah, Speaking of Patricia and Patrick lives on by the way, we need you to call in at 877. 7 11 56 11. Do you want to go through those centers? You want to wait till till the end of the second laughter? Okay, okay, but But we We really need you to call in. We're getting down to the wire here. 8777 11 56 11. And I forgot life. Forget where? Well, you know, I had I had this conversation with with a friend of ours in the Italian front front of ours in Tuscany and you pronounce your name? Corky, Adi and I I said that to her, and she said no score, Ciotti. Yeah, She's right. OK, good. OK away for eight years because I've heard it pronounced both ways. So score. Chatty's is correct part of pronounced eight ways from Sunday. I'm sure I'm sure anymore. It's a lot of vowels and a lot of oxidants and just roll with the punches. I've got a one syllable name and people get that wrong. So so I Yeah, I can. I can I can fully sympathize you, you You were in AA, a production that the Patricia wrote. And produced and directed called Light. Yes, um I want to talk about that. Because it was such a powerful and moving piece. And then that movie can be seen on a website like lasagne. Dada work because it's it's about what it's about. We we distribute our short films to counseling centers and detention centers and we make them Films with a purpose. You want to see this as you're hearing about it, and I didn't know if the whole film was available there. Really? I was going to ask you, Ben. But then what is stunning Wood and Amy Morgan, who couldn't be with us, and we hope that everything is is okay with With her and her family, but the but You. You brought such emotion with with a minimum of awards to this piece on and I I know you're very close. You guys wrap around Patricia like a warm family blanket. But not anymore because I cove it. It's like that's just calling. That's inviting trouble in fairy these days. I suppose you have. Ah, if you're an actor in a film that doesn't have a lot of words. That's you really have to trust your director because you have to trust that. What? What? You're emoting or what? Your feelings being captured on screen. You don't have any words just sort of rely on and I think honestly, I'm not just he knows. Spouting compliments, But I think that's more of a testament to Trish otherness to me that she was able to get what she wanted out of me and other the shot. That's really I think more director's medium, but I'm glad you liked it. I'm glad it was good, though you were about and that's a diminished not to diminish Patricia, but that that also that also takes a mastery. Of of acting in order to pull To pull the value of those emotions out of out of yourself and and express them, especially non verbally. I mean, I feel like I learned a lot since I started on Chicago P d camera. I mean, I started the theatre actor. If I feel I was just much bigger before, and I sort of learned tone it down a swell and one of the problems they say with theater actors is that they turn it down so far that they turn off because they don't know how to To sort of keep it into a small box their emotions and they try and make it so small that they sort of disappear and so, finding that balance for theater actors on film, Teo to have enough but not disappear, But not too much is in theater. Ah, is a really tricky balance Well, and it was hard because when you first came on P d you in uniform And a lot of comedic scenes with Anna and it was hard. How do you tone that town when it's kind of the right, right? Right, Right. I remember I had, like a year of directors tell other show telling me, Doctor Don't smile and do it. Don't do it again. When I brought him his product for intelligence, they're like, Yeah, that's great. Just don't smile. They would find a sort of move my character into a sort of a darker place, which they definitely have. But it was like a year of like Tonal notes of doing your wonderful on the show and you were. You were really wonderful in in light on and I didn't want to call out because we spoke about it before before the show today, Patricia Scott Field. Who? Ah, who was your camera? Director of photography director of photography who? Ah, And I'm guessing this was a collaboration. But the you know the tree from the city to the lake. Andi. Intimacy of the shots was absolutely beautiful. We we had. We only had a little tiny 10 person crew. It was called running and gunning and we got bless Marina We threw on the street said start walking. You know, and gave her a lot through all the places and then obviously was much you know, the intent was the noise in your head and Grief You could people gonna have grief about anything about a loss of a person or an animal or your job or your health or your house?.
"judy holliday" Discussed on KGO 810
"Now, the forces of tyranny mobilized behind the vision of a so called master race here in America. Our differences aren't supposed to matter. Here. We're promised Negro protection under the law Be complicated about that Promise has not been realized. Not even close, not in Birmingham, Alabama, nor in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. And certainly not here in Bridgeport, Connecticut to say, John, You would love this Still good. Marshall is one of my heroes. Tell me about the movie, but you must see a Chadwick Boseman, who we just lost a few weeks ago, He started so good Marshall. This is in 2017 and did not get the kind of credit it deserves. Because it's a brilliant film about the first African American justice of the Supreme Court. It's about racism. It's about anti Semitism. It's truly a great film. And I hope you see Mars show. I help everybody out there does you know I tried to pick movies? Not enough people have seen, you know, rather than the really obvious ones, And then I picked some that it just close to my heart. I'm going to see and I drew the analogy the other night with Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Death Marshall and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Our great American heroes. And although it's not on your list, what about the book? Rather the movie rather about Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Oh, yes, we talked. Didn't we talked about it last week, but I wanted to reinforce it. Oh, it's such a. It's called on the basis of sex and it's a wonderful It's a very good film. It's not. I mean the moment you know, I wasn't completely happy with, but it certainly as good acting and it shows you her early life. And what she went through and one of her first gender equality. Ah, courtroom battles. It's It's very good. And I would tell people right now is the time to see Not only that one but also our RBG, which is the documentary beautifully done. It was up for best documentary at the Oscars. And should have won. Well, All I can tell you is if I wanted to have a double feature night, remember the old double features? Absolutely. I would do Marshall and the film on Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And then you're gonna need a comedy. You want. T move on. I've got to Courtroom comedies that a really, really terrific one so bad, it's good, but let's go instead to the next one, which is about gender once again, And this is about at Katherine Hepburn's lawyer who has abs you actually arguing for gender equality because Judy Holliday is a victim of domestic violence who killed her husband because he has a mistress. Laid by Jean Hagen, who should have won the Oscar for singing in the rain. It's Lina Lamont, but I die GREss. Instead, I'm talking about a movie that is brilliant. It's the night they made nine movies together, Tracy and Hepburn and that's Adam's rib. Woman shot her husband killed I just.
"judy holliday" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
"Saying. Like I love you channeling you kinda channel Judy Holliday a little bit. Maybe I did. Ya Rico you did. especially it. I think Michigan and I could've used in each other's eyes for a whole like hour and a half. Early is the healthy right. The! Great thing that I noticed that you guys working doing working in north dialogue. Was You can? Really it's you. Can just you think your teeth into it? Because it's not pedestrian, it's all very. The words kind of bitten off. Yeah I love. You guys sort of really sort of. You know bit into it when you when you especially in the Alley Enrico with the gun. Oh, I haven't seen it all right well. Hundred choice but I'm an. Trust you on that job. No, it was great. It was the you know when when you when you're 'cause I love the way villains in Newark. People hold guns. They don't. They don't really point them at this rate anywhere else. Just kind of keep them right there. They need to go math. Don't you know? The chilton high. Kind of all rooted in that old sort of American sense, standard speech, right? Katherine Hepburn. And just how operas were even taught back in the thirties was a clip sort of standard American speech that everyone had. I don't know if it was in the war that made it up or just actors. Were trained to talk like that. A lot of nor to is is so much of it played in the looks. Like, we would cut right. We cut to somebody giving somebody a look of. Death is a look of fear so much late in the somebody dies. And mcmurray would throw a strip light across. Your is like Joan Crawford. Keep the part where we're Eddie Again back. Yes. That make the. Oh, I love that well. Maybe I love it because I did but I. Get a moment where? The Sonar Yeah. There was a moment eddie takes. Takes His gun away from him. Take any takes of because got away from him, and at the end of it just throws it back. Might you know just say be careful without the? I think it's such A. War private detective move because he doesn't you know he's. He's the unkillable he's. He's yeah immune to danger. Cool it that's so cool. Heck in Rico I'd love you person of interest. Your friend us on that show. Blow senior to run another show and Rico he congratulate you on person of interest Oh thank you. Tony Yeah! I was there a question attached to congratulate. You just said how great your yeah mom, thanks, it's. There's two different test going on there and I I just dig that. They're surprised to see me as a bad guy makes me go. I, do have a galaxy quest question Understanding Enrico you came up with the cadence, so your characters? Talk the way he spoke in Galaxy Quest. Yes, that's true Dean Dean. was in the audition process that we. Of discovered that. Wasn't on. It was before you even got the parking. Yeah Wow. Yeah, KINDA SORTA! Yeah, 'cause I sorta came in because he's an alien..
"judy holliday" Discussed on Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast
"Series of articles on the film Thomas a prior wrote that sunset. Boulevard is by no means around story of Hollywood possum prison. But it is such liberal compound of Truth and legend that seemingly speaks with great authority. Priok gave it truly magnificent impersonation of Charlie Chaplin and in today's to bootstrap game. This time was remarkable. Bosley crap Chandan four-night light of his own review stating that his initial viewing several months prior. It had been twisting In my mind he wrote the proof of the power of it's great misses. The fact that seeks upon the minds long it has been seen an agitates restless rumination opponents And Holding Images Trade magazine variety will be the film soon screenings and while they had a vested interest in protecting the image of Hollywood. They still couldn't abjectly debate. The merits of Film William Brompton Road to the magazine Director Billy. While his used comic classic approach that will help shatter the public solutions which does much to capitulate film land missing idiosyncrasies on this count by rate amongst daring as well as credit for an all around fool making job sustained the National Board of review in December places Vilma topics list of the year's best just ahead of Fitz's that eat Swanson also on the Boards Award as best actress but John Huston for the asphalt jumbo Wilder director the two best films of the year clearly judged by the academy in favor of nineteen fifty one as all about eve. Donald Fourteen Oscar. Nominations still a record and sunset boulevard had to settle for just eleven sunset. Boulevard became just the film at the time to be nominated for all four capping categories and the fifth to be nominated for awful acting categories as well as best picture glorious wants and William Holden dominated scenes while Eric Harmless eliminated the supporting actor. Nancy obscene supporting actress. In the seventy years since the Oscars only ten more films have been nominated in all of these categories sunset boulevard with unfortunately become one of only three films from that list to date that file type time. Any of those acting. Telitha hold most apt to Jose for an in surrounded. The Right Swanson. Low Stats Judy Holliday. Board yesterday from stone on most apt to Joel Sanders. And all about eve and also staff to Josephine Hull in Harvey. It's stunning to look back. Sometimes the Swanson was nominated alongside Bette Davis she and neither one the two Rosa becomes so iconic in the film would win three auspice best story and screenplay those these days known as regional screenplay best sport ambitious best out direction set decoration. It would lose out on best film. Editing Best Black and white cinematography to carrow res Nineteen Forty nine British third man which wasn't released in the United States into fifty and was therefore eligible best director for all about Eve speech to Sunset Boulevard. And all that would meet a guy in almost forty years later when in nineteen on both selected among the first repo films to be adopted for preservation in the national registry for being culturally historically or acidic do significant all right quicktime Christiaan. Joe May to start. Will you stop east up? Assad from Sunset Boulevard films which Gloria Swanson Received Academy Award. Nominations frigging hill. I didn't think I know Sadie Thompson in nineteen twenty on the Trespasser in nineteen thirty. Any one of them Sadie Thompson is Joan Crawford. In that she did a version playing sightsee Thompson. Cold rain a few years later. Which director once said Norma Desmond is more famous than most famous actors? I've no idea of just going to throw a ninety now Warren Beatty Cameron Cry Camera. Crew Somebody'd much these days which member of the Kennedy family did Gloria Swanson Seven affair with and what was. He's linked to her films. Can I just raging my second question? Which well-known man did Gloria Swanson have a three year love affair with until she discovered he had pilfered thousands from hurrying production company? I got what you asked me that question at. Also Joseph P Kennedy question is what was the league between Joseph Kennedy at Glorious Swanson in Films Well. He became power of attorney of Production. Company had complete control over the finances and Korea. He commissioned Queen Kelly and Got Eric von Stroheim to direct it that went horribly over budget then glorious wants and found out that he had been taking thousands of thousands of dollars and thinking the money into Queen Kelly and even to things like gifts for her and so he left her with lots of debt and the ironic pot while she'd originally met him because he was a an esteemed businessman who is going to help solve some of their cash flow problems but yeah he ended up leaving with like half a million dollars in debt. I hope that some he had bought a new car and build it to what was Gloria Swanson's production company at the time because in nineteen twenty seven. She had told her on production company and that she confronted him about this at dinner that they were having with some guests and he got up and walked out never contacted her. A gain horrible is not oval He was also the producer on the Trespasser for which he was nominated for an academy award as well as Nineteen Thirties. What are we? He ended up getting out of Hollywood just before the depression hit in the golden age ended So he ended up like fleecing. Hollywood which doesn't normally happen. It's usually the AVESTA okay. While does the lost weekend which I know you watched as research this. It won the Academy Award for best feature as well as what is now known as the Palmdale can lead to other films to have achieved this eight nine at least one of them Let me take a wild guess. Lean Line Dobie. Maine's Mati from nineteen fifty. Five south was the second and Belgian host parasite from twenty nine teen that the only three films that have ever won best feature and the pump. The oil Hollywood folklore had it that the famed Schwab's drugstore that Gillis visit was the place where which famous actress was discovered while sipping a soda. was Rehi- high was. Lana Tanna A. It's also untrue. That's not where she was discovered but it just sort of became knowing that that's where it was Yeah many famous people did frequent including Olivia to have Lindell Welles and Rita Hayworth so opt to the film's release a form of paramount. Employee sued wilder for one point. Four million dollars signed the story she had written about working at. The studio became the basis for the story of Sunset Boulevard. What was that story Cold Sunrise Boulevard? Yes God is called past performance Okay how many movies did Gloria Swanson with Demille seven six very close between Nineteen nineteen and nineteen twenty one okay? Guru Swanson Received Three Academy will nations as we've discussed how many voice films with direct buses will be hill to they guy. Do you have another question? Yes the exterior shots of Norma Desmond's mansion when not actually shot on sunset where where they shot your serious shot fight was shot Just a little bit south of sunset. Boulevard I'm not accepting announcer Let's go it's the road like two main roads down from Sunset Boulevard? Yeah I'm not accepting that answer. Let's Cooler Santa Monica Boulevard. The corner of Wilshire Crenshaw Boulevards. Yes on say about a couple of other questions. Have one moulded. I maintain wilder in hold would together once more. What was the name of that film while Darren Holden? Yes they together twice. Mall will name author of them. They worked together. Install Seventeen Sabrina Article fidora yet. I do by went together mall. Yeah you got extra point there I've just realized that my last question. I actually have already told you the answer to okay. We'll.
"judy holliday" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Address but we can do it in a in a manner that is not restricted by the parameters of this stranded and and we can do it more effectively because it yes this is Judy Holliday who do to send you something more effectively and the highest crime rates the most dangerous city in Arizona and deliver they pick and choose so the the federal crime of the illegal immigration we want nothing to do with that but the federal crime of human trafficking will take part in we'll take part that yeah let's continue here we go assistant chief Paul says TPP will help if an agency like ice or border patrol needs assistance for something other than immigration enforcement but even before the decision drop out of so wait a second why the hell would I use our border patrol need assistance all they do is immigration enforcement will help but not with stuff that they do I'm everyone in a legal actually escape from hospital was arrested had to go to hospitals escaped I was a couple years ago and they escape NTB D. would not help border patrol try to catch the person Magnus said no we will not help them we will not set up a perimeter will not do anything like that let's continue but even before the decision to drop out of stone garden to some police concluded the fear local police might enforce immigration was discouraging people from sharing information that helps police fight crime in the community and what we found is in and when was fairly well documented through the bureau of justice assistance is that fifty percent of violent crimes across the country are reported we believe that could possibly be higher cancellous people's fear that they could be report the border patrol so wait a second white what did that makes no sense so they're mad here's the thing this is was hilarious that fifty percent of people don't report is across the country then people cross country don't report violent crime and they say could be higher here because they think people call us because they you know they they could be report border patrol you don't even arrest anybody why should anybody call you when you just don't arrest people again well they want to focus on arrests after a crime we don't do that we want people to call maybe they don't call you because nothing ever gets done this is frightening for Tucson very scary gonna have a congressman anti big seems to be about nine thirty nine thirty five leader of the freedom caucus kind of a big deal pretty cool that he's coming down here I do have some more of those more good immigration as you can comment on this I would like to eight eight zero okay Annecy eight eight zero five six seven eight so again we have Regina that you know backs T. P. D. she's the mayor backs T. B. D. the fact they don't like to arrest people after they commit a crime but she wants to plant trees that's gonna change everything here right was violent seat will most dangerous city in Arizona right here to sun stats show but I do have some good news about border security will get to that do not go anywhere we got to play the Bernie sound by two of the Inc I'm calling the cops good reporters when asked them about the their employees that say they want to kill people kill the rich you name and things like that don't go anywhere morning ritual Gary Lewis scan is T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating.
"judy holliday" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Keychain ninety cents did your place miss Brooks ms Brooks would you mind telling me what makes you want you for Christmas I know her it was second in line to get you something real personal on him and then we almost got me something extremely personal but I stopped him in time what was he going to get a stapler finally settled for a pair of very clever earrings shaped like crowbars but just between us I exchanged them for a manicure set well why what was wrong with the earrings I couldn't get the mom without a stapler where you get all your exchanging then yes Mrs Davis I got some wonderful playing I'm glad to see you looking so cheap you seem pretty blue last night when Mr going broke a date with you he couldn't help but Mrs Davis he had to attend a meeting of the biology class besides I enjoyed the movie I saw very much what did you see caramel corn yesterday with Judy Holliday broad property bill Holden well if they were all there you couldn't have missed Mr going to match before I forget county Mr content called twice while you were out Mister Conklin what did he want I'm not sure county but it's about some kind of a report just something he wants you to helping with that but this is my vacation if he calls again please tell my mom I'm afraid you have to get yourself here I'm going out in the garden one of our clothing lines is tripped over the garage door I won't be home very.
"judy holliday" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Tension exponential exponentially we still got a few more those to go Phoebe exponentially more Perot it give you would just try to say hello I got five vice the fight here's the thing man everybody's got their thing right I don't know what you you might be probably don't have a well I do I have a bunch of them and David I don't know David has any words or not either but there's just some more to come to when you see a news freak out because you can't say I'm my problem is I wanna say Aurora CO six well one other are in there are a the problem too sure why why yeah I don't know how do I say usually he is so funny that you said it fine okay just a horrific Hera I see the card center for miss what you think it means if I think about it though I can say it but I got to be very slow and methodical way her role maybe it was a could get on the phone to get extra named Judy Holliday gives out of that muggy years wow okay sh so the whole campaign the trump campaign is going after that word yeah they're doing they're saying a by the way that's not a word you know also in the realm of things that are words confess Faye somebody that has to go fast fated thing that apparently trump fell asleep halfway through tweet and sent us word that was C. O. V. E. F. E. F. E. I don't even remember now what did people think it was I can't remember even what it was supposed to say what is your coffee no one coffee I want to say it was a something like confidential or something at any rate the president breathe new life into this he tweeted out again great but how do you know was a miss tweet maybe something with deep meaning full faith faith that's very troubling him to do that funny now it has people wondering is there something to that what could possibly mean drive people crazy for our wifi it has word right fifty I don't know if you guys so the story fox said it and you know the homeless issue on the west coast LA San Francisco Portland Seattle well documented right also in Austin Texas and so you think it David this your home state thanks Texas deals with things in a different manner right yes even though Austin's very liberal town yeah they're they're trying to go the way San Francisco or Seattle but they've had a huge problem with almost people there too they have for years yeah and you know is there doing the store and fox you know there's people you know echoing the same things you've heard in these other towns evil defecating right out the open was in on the sidewalk he goes on and on and so the governors said no more we we can't let Austin handle this on their own anymore we're gonna have to go in and clean this up we're telling you got to clean it up and so then the conversation is going on in Austin will is this a really loving thing to do just keep these people off the street is it a loving thing to do to allow people to defecate and neighborhoods where people are are paying to live of course not I would say that's not very loving and the governor has said safety will improve soon the homeless will be offered options for shelter food clothing health care but we can't have what's going on right now so there's the reporter for boxes down there covering the story and she finds this dude that has been living homeless for awhile you know to kind of say Hey what is it about this town dad you know bring so many people here and I mean this is this is pretty amazing we rolled apart yeah hi fi for.
"judy holliday" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"House. Take that back. It's twenty eight rooms while Zoia so plenty to choose from. But they choose to share a bedroom with their single beds, young and their crap all over. They sing in there. They dancing there. They bicker in there. They eat in there, and they cook in there. It seems must have had a hot play because they were boiling corn on the cob and spread in butter on it. Under the covers and sharing it with their friend, Barry. Like your Jerry. Their hate area was weight. That's the spoof. Of the same name. No, I did. I watched that one. Oh, I'm pretty sure it's Jerry, okay. There with their friend, Jerry. And all that sexual tension in the air. But at least I got something to bite into. Oh boy. So little eighty hates her life. But also pretty sure she's actually. Okay with it and couldn't survive in the real world. One thing I read had a great point that as many times, as little eighty complains, about living in grey gardens with her mother, because she could've gone to York, and big break was about to happen. And she was to be a dancer, and she had she had a an audition with max Gordon, who made Judy Holliday famous. She could not Hsun read. Yeah. She never complained about the dilapidated house. She only complained about not being in New York in that every wonderful suitor that she had had proposed to her, her mother drove away or she didn't like. Yeah. As much as she complained. Yeah. That is bizarre. She never complained about her living conditions it was just her town, which, by the way, she never explored. She was just always in her house. And we do know that this is discussed a little bit in the documentary. We do know that the town of east Hampton had concerns about the state of the house. Yeah. They were not fans of the fact that their house was seemed to be falling apart. They didn't think it was good living conditions. And so their relative one Jackie Kennedy Onassis. To help them fix this house. So they could stay there. Yeah. And that's how the documentary started. That's how they opened it with newspaper clippings of gotta clean up the house or get out. And then these women are going to be in a film, which is kind of interesting that they opened with. Hey guys, they're going to be in our film await, here's the foam that they're in. So, yeah, they're just kind of fascinated and actually started with Jackie Jackie O's cousin Liz, something her sister, actually. Oh, her sister, Lee Radziwill. Yes. She was like, hey, make a document about my childhood, it's fascinating. And then east Hampton cool place. Yeah. Go over there. And at like toward the bottom of her list of things that they should film, were her, too crazy relatives eating eating. And when they went over there and talked to them, they were like, all right. I think this is documented area and solicit was like fine. By taking the money back, and they're like, that's okay. We're gonna have created successful documentary. And they did. How did they do it? Well, the filmmakers were brothers, Albert in David. Maizels. Nian mazel. Yeah. I did think of that several times as I was researching this not JOL or midge Mazel, or whatever. Joel's dad mom's names are maybe like their great grandparents. Wait. No. It actually be their children. Yes, there may be. Right now. Midges calling her son. Ethan Ethan, Ethan. Maybe one day he changes his name to Albert or David per day, had been known for their nineteen seventy documentary, gimme shelter, which was documenting a nineteen sixty-nine Rolling Stones concert, but a spectator had been killed by members of Hells Angels. So this is how they kind of had their calling card, Lee Radziwill found them. And like you said you explained how she kinda had this old loop back at the family in this town. I love growing up. And so then they got way more interested in filming big idiot little eating as there is much of. I don't know much of interest. There's a lot going on there. And like we said, big union little, eighty in grey gardens itself, was already pretty controversial by the time they showed up and started filming because of just the living conditions that they had there and they had already been asked to revamp the house in because big Idi in little eighty had met the measles during this earlier project, they'd actually gotten to know them in actually, really liked the Maizels brothers. So when the Maizels brothers, ask them, hey, can we come back in film? You and do your own movie. They're like. Yeah. Come on over guys, which is pretty impressive for two reclusive ladies, who don't want anybody to come over so props to them. Yeah. So they spent time filming these two ladies and. It is like, are we said a twenty eight remain Shen and instead of them filming the whole house or trying to get all of the grounds? Tell the story of the house, they really just stuck to these two women mostly in their bedroom. But in a few other rooms of the house, they do make a trip down to the kitchen once for a birthday party and instead, they are showing all the cats all the raccoons that they feed. Yes, they have a whole place where eighty just dumps out a big bag of food for them to eat. And in the attic and they have easy perform her dances. They have the other easy perform her songs. They tell stories about their lives growing up. Little eighty gives her fashion takes and hell make easy gives her. Notes about how little eat doesn't like to clean. The Maizels have gotten some criticism for people who have watched the documentary and said, this is a little voyeuristic is a little bit taking advantage of two women who seem to not be all with it kind of, like our discussion of missing Richard Simmons, but the Mazel stand by their work in actually once the two eighty saw they both really liked this movie little eating hot came to the premier even after they had both seen the movie isn't that bizarre to you. The. But, you know, I, I watched an interview with the director and he talked more about that. So I watched an interview with Albert Maizels, and I, 'cause I had that same question of, like, how did you make this documentary about these two crazy people and feel about it? And he the interviewers asked him that and he takes it head on. Is there part of you when you're filming poor little? She keeps telling you, I wanna get out of here, and I want to be dancer, isn't that part of you that knows, though, that she does think this, this movie is will make me and we'll get me out. Are you kind of not playing into that delusion of hers in some way her?
"judy holliday" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"On yesterday stars Judy Holliday in her history-making stage role as Billie dawn. Beautiful brazen and for other. You these Tokyo's? It would be interesting little action Academy Award winner. Broderick Crawford as that man of distinction. Harry, Brock, let's import much get married. All of a sudden if ever got dragged into court and wife couldn't testify against us. Anyway, then gauge for seven years never understood way. This wanna be rushed and William Holden. As a guy with a nose for news and ear to the ground and an for a blunt. Don't know. It must be doing it wrong. Call in. Money. And we'll span Joel. Or baby. Wreck. We'll go to the Mark. We've all around. Ron short. No more money on. That's the dance beer. God them on. That was kind of amazing. That's an open with the great petty page nineteen fifty classic walls. Then shocking assess nation tipped on the president and on TV Groucho has some fun with a telephone repairman that.
"judy holliday" Discussed on WGN Radio
"We're also joined by the senior vice president of shepherds college, can I made them hang out a little bit longer. He's like it back here. You can jump on a microphone and talk about these great things we're talking movies, and we also are joined by route Representative Robert Marwick from the root and tuten nineteenth district tuten. And we're talking about a festival that happens on my the campus of my alma mater, and I really my dad's alma mater to Rodrigue. That's why it's there. Exactly. When did he study film at the university of Illinois? Oh, gosh. No. I I listen to maybe. Yes. Kind of around that that time, and it was when he was really finding his voice. And if you go into archives of, you know, the university of Illinois at her banish champagne, I mean, even see him becoming Roger Ebert right there. I mean, you can see these incredible editorial. Where he's talking not just about what happened in the immediate. But about the culture, and how it affects people and just I mean, even if it wasn't talking about movies, you could tell he was talking on a level that wasn't just about the specific. It was about taking it out and seeing well how what does the same about the culture was about us as a people just a fantastic stuff. But this festival it's in the twice, and it was in its twenty first year, we're gonna the twenty second year next year. It's just so lovely. It's so great to get people that it's not just it's people locally in the communities people travelling in from all these different places all celebrating cinema and being open to new experiences being open to films that challenge them and films. They don't know exactly what they're going to be in store for a lot of people had not seen Alana and lily Wachowski best film. I think still today this film bound that we showed. The house get yes, it was. It was it was the house keys film before major tricks. Yeah. But I think it is just one of the most tightly paced just perfect like crime, thriller romance. Yes, dark comedies it is so enjoyable and we had both of the lead. Actress Gina Gershon, Jennifer Tilly there and Jennifer I'm a big Jennifer Tilly fan because she just has one of those singular voices you hear it in a movie. Oh, you know, it's it's her right? And there's a film that I watched that just still makes me hyperventilate with laughter. Comedy is a subjective thing, but liar liar, the film. Jim Carey Carey because there was a lot of films early on with him or I'm like, well, he's just doing this crazy face to make a crazy face in whatever. But in this movie, he's playing a guy who whose bodies literally fighting against his mind. He literally cannot tell a lie. And that's what his job depends on the wire. And it's just an gives great motivation for him like screwing up his face and just writhing around. It's it's amazing to see and Jennifer Tilly, and this movie did she has to be like, the straight woman. So she just like, listen, you liar. Get over her voices. And I was like is this really going to be in person? Yes, it is. It's kind of like modern day. Judy Holliday, exactly. Like your holiday. Absolutely. And I asked yourself. So what was I mean were you, you know, what was it like we're gonna Jim? It's like, oh, you know. He'd never does the same thing twice. If it's shocked you every time, and I was like, I just I just love you, can I just have you and Gilbert Godfrey being a podcast. Two amazing voices. All at once. Wow. Shah was there as well. Janika shot and Gina Gershon was like the straight woman to Jennifer Tilly, if you can actually go on the EIB fest YouTube page and watch the whole QNA between them, and it is just drop dead hilarious, Roger dot com. You can find all the on the will and the Ebert fest YouTube age, but yes on Roger dot com. We have all of the videos embedded in our coverage. So check it out. It's fantastic. And so we're the movies being shown at at politics Virginia theater on this gigantic glorious venue the opening night. Film was amazing grace this new film that is from nineteen seventy two, but it was finally been restored the sound has been restored. And it's a wreath of Franklin performing in. This like gospel church is like one of the greatest concert films. I've ever seen and her going into this church. And it was a lot of people from her past. She she grew up in church like this and let people like, well, she's kind of gone away from religion. She's not who she used to be. And she kind of came back. Like, no, I'm still very much into my faith, and I'm very much into the side of this type of music and the gospel music in this film is so electrifying. People were like cheering watching it like dealer applauding on the screen and in the theater, really. And then we had the Martin Luther King junior community choir of champagne performing onstage afterwards. It was thrilling. I've never really seen gospel music of that love that level of grandeur that many people right and just the harmonizing everyone has a different tone. It's just. It's like a balancing act. It's amazing. How how would it crowds at the festival? It was fantastic. I know it's I mean, it's it's every year. It's going to be different. But when you have big names like Gina Gershon. Jennifer, Tilly definitely brings in the people. And we had a great celebration for Richard Roeper. We showed almost famous and sideways to have his movies. He reviewed with Roger. And so yeah. Tacit? Right. Yes. Man, Roman Michele's high school reunion. We showed with David merkin who's a legendary Simpsons producer. He's the one who directed it. So he had many stories about working with Lisa Kudrow Mira Sorvino. And there are people saying we only want to lighten up a bit with some comedies. It makes sense that makes sense because there are some heavy movies at abor fest. You know, I was mentioning that. I haven't had chance to go to the movies, very often. But a film festivals. Such a great way to sort of take yourself out and devote yourself to just all things, you know, cinematic. Yes. And my favorite film, actually, watching it again is Rachel getting married. My favorite films showed here. I don't know if you ever saw that. But Jonathan Demme directed. It was an Hathaway's I Oscar nomination, and it's just it's a brilliant film about this young woman who's battling addiction she goes back to his sister's wedding, and she's getting mired in all this familial stuff. And then she is able to kind of let go and just you you allow yourself to be in the flow of the wedding. And it's just like this tribute to how America's becoming more diverse and more like we're all just one human family, essentially, what the message is definitely check that film out. So that was Rachel getting married. My favorite one this year for sure at the film the film. I wonder because the nice thing is we can go online and look at see what the lineup was and kind of live. Yeah. Here representing Morgan. I don't get a chance. You don't get a chance today. The movies have to you know, not lately. I haven't had a whole lot. He's really become a treat. So I used to be a crazy movie by kid who was the kind of thing where I was probably going to movies four nights a week. You know, all the time. I knew was either I'd go to a movie with my mom. I go move. My sister, go to move in with my girlfriend, go to movie with my best friend. So four nights a week. We're at the movies, and I mean, we're huge we've us, but you know, life changes is something I miss it. I'm just watching the the excitement here. Yeah. I'm looking forward to doing some moving a little my own thing. I set up my own little healthy home theater basement, surround sound and all that. And so I pulled out all my blue Ray DVD's looking forward to kind of doing a little movie movies, you gravitate towards certain favorites. You know? I mean, of course, I've I've I've got I think everyone has their own favorites. But obviously certain movies that I've always wanted to you know. That I have some sort of connection identification with or whatever just I just love them. And so I would purchase them and put them my collection. So I had them in you know, looking forward to going back. And I mean, some of them are probably the, you know, the obvious ones Star Wars or pockets now my favorites. But then like, I think my favorite obscure film is a film. I know you're going to know this how to wonder if you'll know when petty a wrestling Ernest Hemingway. Oh, yeah. Robert Hall and. The he was a British actor Harris. Harris, Richard Harris. Yes, really? Yeah. And. I can't help you. Shelly Shirley, MacLaine McClain. I mean, it was it's a tremendous movie. It's sort of Sandra Bullock. Yes. She's a waitress. Okay. Waitress, and it's to Robert Duvall, and and Richard Harris play to very senior citizen older than they were actually in life. Boy, retired one's a retired Barbara and the others retired semen. Yes. And they meet up, and they strike up this friendship, and it's it's it's really a fascinating story of life sort of movie. And it's it's really, I don't know. I love the fantastic recommendation that that's one that I forgot about. But it's I mean, Robert devolves just such giant. You could do a whole marathon of his fill one of my favorite things. We used to have a segment here called Semper film film, where we would watch movies, marines military, and one of their favorites was the great Santini, which I was so surprising to me how much they enjoyed that movie because it dealt with, you know, PTSD some of the the coming home and having family members who don't know what you're going through and even some of the domestic violence and the racial issues. They they love that movie. It was something that's truthful, you see that represented kids who are like eighteen to twenty five years old. And they love this movie from the seventies. It was a great many of them hadn't seen stripes. So oh. Do you like that one? Yeah. I feel the only moment movie they said resonated or felt true was when they're cleaning up picking up garbage feel thing. One of our listeners said love Tilly from the two one seven I love Tilly in let it ride. That's right, Richard. Dr Richard drives his favorite movies. He told me really. Yeah. That's so cool. Let's say break here and what you've been waiting for. We're gonna talk about fair tax. Yes. Is your that storyboards? I've got the whole PowerPoint presentation. We're gonna go right through the windows or we're going to put it on the old building over that'd be great. If we could here's what take folks and he's doing this. As Jennifer Tilly, folks. Fantastic more. We come back on seven twenty WGN..
"judy holliday" Discussed on Unspooled
"You. Obviously this movie is a classic were there any in a negative reaction system. There were actually there were. And this is from a guy named Philip hamburger. He wrote for the New Yorker at the time, I'll read clips of it. Because actually when I was going through his review most of it is just plot summary. Andro hates this movie. But I find a little unclear into why he doesn't really prove it was actually kind of badly written review. But here are the highlights of Philip hamburgers pan sensible of art. He writes in his opening line, not believed unfortunate aspect of Sunset Boulevard. A pretentious slice of Rockford. Starring glorious Watson is the fact that the narrator is a corpse in four hundred words a plot. Summary describes the entire thing up until the ending and patting his rent, and he just closes out with basically this since boulevard contains the germ of a good idea. It's a pity that it wasn't better written. He calls it, then a tone poem that substitutes snappy photography entitled for what could have been a genuine. Only moving tragedy, which is interesting. I'm wondering about a version of this film that was genuinely moving genuinely complicated -ly. He says fill it seems to me that the author is never quite made up their minds whether they were with Mr. Mond or against her there moments when they appear to have a healthy cynicism toward Hollywood past and present. But before the film's over it is quite evident that they have a pretty unhealthy contempt for aging stars. He comes all the actors, but he says, they're combined highly skilled efforts cannot cover up the essential hollowness of this enterprise. Interesting. I feel like whenever I read a review that swipes something. So major like if you're looking for a dramatically moving story, there is a version of this to tell I feel it consciously isn't going there. I mean, I would love to see that too. I think tell the story that way it's not that. I always get hung up on reviews say like I wish it was this. We'll know, but it's not I think you can say that when it's not when it's going for. That and fails this movie decidedly is not going in that direction. Love to see that version to get. I would love to see the compelling Marlon Brando acted human version this film, but you're right. It's not this film. Yeah. It's it's it's really. Yeah. But it's an interesting point for another film now did the Simpsons ever since. And I have to imagine that it will break our streak this week. The Simpsons did not reference it why what is happening. Drawn is really creating these interesting power shift for us. Sure, sure. They don't have a balcony scene in the show. We're going closest I could find was from an interview that Matt Groening did with Nathan Rabin from the onion onion where Nathan asks him about. How he saw on Mets Wikipedia entry that when he first moved to LA he worked as a biographer for an elderly director, and what it was like. Meghan says. Yeah, I worked for this ninety three year old guy calling him a movie director is probably a little exaggerated. It's true. He directed. A couple b westerns, but he was mostly behind the scenes guy. He didn't have much of a career of that. He had seen this ad in the LA times that said wanted writer chauffeur, and then my growing says, and I had seen Billy wilder movie Suns at boulevard. So I knew what I was in for. I got the job. Them says was he Norman Desmond like figure any says well a little bit. I remember buying him his nightly steak at the gourmet on the corner of sunset in Fairfax and paying more for the piece of meat than I made in two days. So he alludes Sunset Boulevard, but he didn't ever reference it that I can tell so interesting because it's such an iconic film. So many ways, you know, who did and I don't like to post from other stuff because I don't want to expand. Yes are Simpson's narrow trajectory. But this is a life thing. It wasn't from a TV show. This is the Muppets when the Muppets got their star on the walk of fame. Burgess really happy. Joining some of the greatest show biz records. Pearled? Bergen judge Judy. Actually Norma Desmond fictional. That's great. I love it. Always welcome them up. It's clip. Now, we'd be remiss if we didn't talk about the extra life that Sunset Boulevard has which is this musical. I didn't see it. But people love this musical. She wanted Tony award for it. It was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, but the musical is actually in production or the idea to make it into a musical started back in nineteen fifty seven, and they wanted you know, they wanted a glorious wants to be in it. Gloria she had energy men. She always wanted to do a Sunset Boulevard musical. She was trying to do it. Right after this movie came out. So crazy. It's okay. Let's listen to a little bit of land close because to me Glenn Close. I worry that she could be at risk of being forgotten because this woman has not yet won an Oscar. She has been trying to win an Oscar. Every year. She does something worthy of an Oscar every year. She gets shut out just the way. Gloria did you know when Gloria last to Judy Holliday? She was put in your couldn't waited till next year. And I wonder I mean, I don't want Glenn to have to get to that position. Because Glenn has deserved an Oscar has never quite gotten it bliss nursing because she's an amazing, Sarah. One two. Oh. I'm