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Oscars 2021: 'Nomadland' wins best picture on night of historic firsts
"Have been a number of significant winners at the Oscars Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. Yes, it's been an Oscars, unlike any other with covert restrictions. In effect, the 93rd Academy Awards has bean celebrating some of the best films. The past year on the red carpet for us, Peter Bows and Tom Brook. Peter, could I start with you? We've We've just found out what the best picture is. Yes, And the best picture is no model on this is the phone that is long being the favorite to win Best picture at the Academy Awards, Directed by Closure Oh, the Chinese filmmaker, she becomes the first woman of color to win best director at the Oscars, and we've just in the last few minutes heard that Frances McDormand has won for best actress for her starring role. In this film, so it really is quite a feat for this phone that tells the story of a group of nomads. It's partially scripted but partially real life because there are some non actors alongside Actors in this film that is set around or shortly after the financial crash of 2000 and eight these people who have lost everything because of what happened in the financial world, going on a journey and the western United States to try to earn some money through some odd jobs. I'm with here in Los Angeles, Tom Brook from the BBC's talking movies. Show and Tom, This is movie has so much better than people thought it has. I mean, it's got through. You know, Matt Land has three trophy is interesting in Frances McDormand, just one for best actress. This is her third Oscar. That I think puts her on a par with Meryl Street, but she doesn't have as many as you. Neither haven't many is. Katharine Hepburn did really good performance from Frances McDormand. I mean, she's most definitely One of American cinema's most reliable and charismatic, leading ladies on this film has done well. It's really the night does belong to note belong to Nomad land so far, and a very diverse night. If we look at these supporting actor and actress categories, both won by actors of color. That's very true. Daniel Cholula, who is British and black, one for best supporting actor and best supporting actress, with one by year Young Eun, who appears playing a grandmother in the film minority, So a very diverse night. Interestingly it's been a good night for women, I think particularly because We had Chloe Zhao winning for best director but also in original screenplay. Emerald Fennel, the British filmmaker. She won in that category That's normally thought of as a male preserve. So definitely progress on just briefly all of this, of course, taking place with the backdrop of covert 19. With the Oscars ceremony taking place at two venues that train station in downtown Los Angeles on the Dolby Theater just very quickly breaking news. Anthony Hopkins has won the award for best actor for his role in the phone. The father Thank you. Thank you. No one expected that you got them both the best picture and the best actor. We really appreciate it. Tom Brooke and Peter bows on the red carpet in Los
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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Group hopes to rebuild Shakespeare theater that burned down
"Group of Theatre in Business Professionals is hoping to rebuild a renowned Shakespearean theater in Connecticut that burned to the ground last year. Hearst Connecticut media reported today that the team is looking into the redevelopment of the 12 acre property in Stratford that was home to the American Shakespeare Theatre. It's stage was graced by the likes of Katharine Hepburn, Christopher Plummer and James Earl Jones.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder media. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manteca. Today's leading lady was a stage and film actress famously known for her grit. The American Film Institute named her the greatest email star of classic Hollywood cinema. Let's talk about Katherine Hepburn. Katharine Hepburn was born on May Twelfth Nineteen o seven in Hartford Connecticut. Her father was a surgeon, and her mother was a leader in the suffrage movement and an advocate for birth control access. Catherine later reflected on her socially conscious upbringing and acknowledged the immense role. Her parents played in her success. GROWING UP CATHERINE, deviated from gender norms. One summer. She cut her hair short and asked to be referred to as Jimmy. She said in an interview that I thought being girl was really the bunk, but there's no bunk about Jimmy. In nineteen twenty one while vacationing in New York Katharine then fourteen years old, discovered the dead body of her older brother Tom. Catherine subsequently dropped out of high school and received private tutoring. Though she rarely discussed tragedy during her career Catherine. Use Tom's birthday. November seventh in place of her own. It wasn't until nineteen ninety one that she revealed the actual date of her birth. In nineteen, twenty eight, Catherine graduated with a degree in history and philosophy from Bryn Mawr college where she performed in shows that year she also married a man named Ludlow Ogden Smith, though the pair would divorce in nineteen, thirty four. After school she appeared in a number of stock theater productions in Boston New York and Connecticut. Catherine later joked about her. Confidence is a young performer and said I'm terribly afraid. I just assumed I'd be famous. Despite her confidence, Catherine was fired on multiple occasions for being late speaking too quickly and mixing up lines. In nineteen, thirty two, Kathryn starred in the Broadway production of the warriors husband, which showcased her athleticism. The performance drew critical acclaim and proved to be Catherine's gateway into stardom. She was then invited out to Hollywood to do a screen test for our Ko. Director George Cukor saw the test and later reminisced saying she was unlike anybody I'd ever seen or heard. I was rather moved by the test although the performance wasn't that good, but I thought that girl is rather interesting. Catherine's first film role was in a movie. Kuku directed called a bill of divorcement. I understand him. You're frightened of him I'm not. Don't you see you be no. I know how he feels I mean it's own flesh and blood you ought I can manage him and make him happy you can't. Catherine made for an unconventional Hollywood star. She opted for pants instead of dresses at a time when it was uncommon for women to do so, and she often spoke in a frank manner. During her early years in Hollywood, Katherine, said I have an angular face, an angular body and I suppose an angular personality which jabs into people. In nineteen thirty three Catherine Start in the film morning glory, earning her the Academy Award for Best Actress. She then took the role of Joe in the film. Little women performance. She considered to be one of her proudest. Owing deal I become a famous author and make my fortune. Then we'll all ride in fine carriages dressed like flow king, snubbing Amy's Franson and telling on March to go to the kids. Come on listen to this was not with the. Oh the phenol is. Catherine would go on to be nominated for Twelve Academy Awards a record that has since been broken by Meryl Streep. She won three more times for guess. WHO's coming to dinner? The lion in winter, and on Golden, Pond Still Catherine was always applauded by critics after winning her first Oscar Catherine returned to Broadway in the lake Dorothy Parker famously wrote of Catherine's performance Miss Hepburn ran the gamut of emotion from a to be. A few of her films also flopped leading some in the industry to lose faith in her ability to bring people to the box office. Catherine took matters into her own hands in nineteen, thirty eight. She started his show on Broadway called. The Philadelphia Story, the lead character had been written for her. She played a wealthy woman who is about to marry for the second time when her first husband and a reporter show up to complicate things. Going, crazy I'm standing here solidly on my own two hands and going crazy. The play was a success plus Howard. Hughes had bought and given the rights to the show to Catherine she took them to mgm and sold the movie rights on the condition that she would play the lead. That kind of deal was quite unusual for an actress to pursue at the time. It was remarkable that she was calling shots herself. The movie. It was also a hit and Catherine capture foot on the gas. In one, thousand, nine, hundred forty one catherine proposed the comedy woman of the year to Mgm Studios and requested that Spencer Tracy be her co Star. The movie was another hit. Professionally ended had a major impact on Catherine's personal life to. Catherine and Spencer. Tracy formed a Romantic Partnership for the subsequent twenty. Five years until Spencer's death though they never married. They made nine films together. Spencer died in nineteen, Sixty, eight less than a month after filming guess WHO's coming to dinner there last movie together. He made an impression on. How to fold and. I, try to fold little course. I'm not trying to fall, you know. His father is a mailman. retired now lives in Los Angeles. Throughout her life, Catherine continued to star on screen and stage, wowing audiences and critics alike with her unique charisma. Catherine died of cardiac arrest in two thousand three one month after her ninety sixth birthday, she requested that no funeral or memorial service be held. Katherine Hepburn's career spanned more than six decades. She exuded strength in her roles and life, serving as an inspiration for those who watched her performances and those who followed in her footsteps. In a TV biography, she said. In some ways, I've lived my life as a man made my own decisions I've been as terrified as Knox person, but you've got to keep going. You've got to dream. Catherine's legacy lives on from film to fashion in that same biography called all about me Catherine said of dying. I have no fear of death. Must be wonderful like a long sleep, but let's face it. It's how you live. That really counts. Tune in tomorrow for a special episode brought to you by Keira. Special, thanks to Liz Caplan my favorite sister and co-creator. Talk to you, tomorrow..
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To have restored and he'll get to it sometime in in twenty twenty three but but to I was watching the classic nineteen forty film Oscar winning film the Philadelphia story with what my wife it's one of our favorites from that era of nineteen forty and by the pool there's a scene where Jimmy Stewart and Katharine Hepburn or well they're out dancing in the middle of night and they've got a portable radio and it it's got a little handle and it wasn't large it probably was a boat anchor considering how batteries were back in the late thirties and early forties did they have portable radios in nineteen forty thank at an actual dating back to the even the early thirties because the N. actually but what of the reviews were battery operated anyways even some of the console from some of the table models because a lot of folks especially in rural areas didn't even have you know utilities parking occurs to the house or they may have had a nonstandard generators Federer actually that's true but I'm making a note of this first of all is that he will mark you guys I've got to watch Philadelphia story I've not seen it yet we've talked about that before I'm gonna watch it in fact of all election with that radio yeah I've always wanted to know is it well that doesn't that looks pretty cool it thank you there was a lot of them that were about the size of the will smaller than a briefcase but about twice as thick and like the the top half of the front flip down there to be a small dial couple of knobs and the majority of the size of the radio which may have been a foot across me have been ten inches high in maybe six inches deep the majority of the space was saved for the battery that's about what this looks like you just mention those dimensions and I'm saying yeah that sounds kind of like what I was looking at on the on the film but anyway have a fantastic weekend happy Easter and happy Easter stay safe wash your hands and kids don't plug it in thank you that's always good advice I guess six twenty five seven hundred WLW right watering the.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Okay he flew missions in he flew missions as a pilot over Germany in World War two is that make it tough enough for you make your stuff out don't don't do don't do the voice that sounds like Katharine Hepburn actually well they both shot not convinced that that they're not the same person who yeah I'll put yeah the Chinese joined by the radio station now don't okay well listen I don't know why we're in this grace with the plant based meats why is K. if you want to thank you Terry and finally what there be well listen if you're vegetarian if you like me to eat meat unless of course if you're doing it because of a health issue I can understand that but taco bell's check cashing in on this grift that they're drifting them all no talk well you know what KFC KFC yeah right but the problem is we we did to do traditional information on a Whopper yeah and a you know it but you know it's a chicken okay right right and chicken right you know what's in the in the not burger not a chicken thing no idea Brazil so the maximus whatever sulfate night tentacles socialite nice candle number twenty three off that doesn't exist in the real world is in your fake B. eighty Johnny yes hi were Susie she's out in the backyard which you did well she's planning a whole big patch of polysorbate ninety three yellow I don't know I love the I love the group they put on the on the internet where it was a steak like broccoli right thank you if you're not a broccoli so anyway to Taco Bell CEO mark cases the taco chains going to be getting into the plant based food drain within the year he king says the company met with representatives from those rates called impossible foods and beyond meat he said he definitely sees that the plant based protein has a place on their menus he says he's also they did that they tasted way beyond his belief that his expectations and I doubt that we did and maybe it does I don't know but the problem is we gave the nutritional facts of a Whopper and the nutritional facts of a plant based wiper the wiper was extremely more healthier for you bases right away because you know what yours is not made in a laboratory yeah the KFC stuff they're they're doing the fried chicken in several cities not here I think nationals the closest one but they said they're not vegan and they're not vegetarian because they fry it in the same friars as they go B. Google bingo bingo and you want to say the second is brought to you by Bob's plant based alternatives went well we had yeah here's one for you Japan's Bourbon company is making mayonnaise by the slice it looks like an individually wrapped piece of American cheese but back then it just melted good idea they say don't judge others eat it cold but you've got to warm it up I like my man a school and spreadable yeah so do I just want to flavors tuna and spicy fish well listen I like my mail code as well yeah I I missed the make V. O. T. isn't the oldest it aren't the oldest people in the plan the Japanese don't they live to be a hundred twenty like they they know what they're doing I don't know I'm going to say anything about Japanese age because got chastised for saying they were the smartest you know well you never know but I think the H. pretty well also they eat it is probably a good idea and it's hard so I don't know you don't sometimes you get a bunch of mayonnaise in the court of the sandwich but not the center if this is a perfect square and you put it on your sandwich it might work spicy fish ma'am it looks like you blew a seal no I can't do that back when we come back to the club one you started people are turning to the dumbest I'm sorry all right people are turning to the dumbest this is the health craze I cannot believe that we're doing you're not going to believe it I will tell you when we come back Tony do ICO broadcasting live the old guard everybody chill on these radio eight forty WHAS from the Campbellsville university level traffic center use radio eight forty WHAS traffic sixty five road and Shepherdsville due to an accident traffic now back something.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KGO 810
"Movie was the last movie Spencer Tracy made before he died with Katharine Hepburn and it was called guess who's coming to dinner and it was actually based here in San Francisco and it's about a white woman who falls in love with a black man who never came home again he was accomplished brilliant you know all the rest but none the less race as an advocate Tony thank you for calling and raising so many good questions I appreciate it. your pick it up all right four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten a let's go to Brock calling from Brentwood black welcome to KGO. Hey John are you dollar for a great product thanks for asking okay soul your screen she's great she set me straight but I do I have to talk about the topic of race and racism versus prejudice. when people keep sale why we're spirits racism you what you may have experienced it might have been prejudice. jul racism is prejudiced plus power three so a black person by definition could never really be races now we can be prejudice just like any other human being can be but we don't have the power to a resume and apply races it's interesting when his comedy with Louis Farrakhan who is undeniably a very bright man. his hatred of Jews permeates and I would suggest you he is prejudiced against Jews and I think your definition applies precisely. what what what without a doubt and I'm all right I don't agree with a lot of things that he does but I know he's fighting it to try to improve the black no I don't know that although he would deny racism. he clearly is prejudiced against Jews and that has to be factored in that it's not the first factor but it's in that we would consider and in many cases but your distinction between racism and prejudice is a very important one and I hope people learned a valuable lesson go ahead with your comment. okay so Lestat. when people draw the sting of about color sheen black enough she's out this better out. white supremacy actually created that because there was a thing to call the wrong back to society where certain blacks would not even let people in a group unless they had a certain shape because they were trying to emulate into white society white supremacy created that environment for blacks even do that so when you wear your people say well I'm not a mobile a bottle with a V. W. black enough to double as black number one is going to a place of ignorance and because if we go by the rule if you have one ten percent black blood in your blood your blood we didn't set those standards are what set those standards up was white supremacy right. I want from with one more thing I don't know if you have ever heard of a man named Walter white Walter white lab yep great man he was the head of the N. double A. C. P. he was a black man and if you saw him you'd think he was a white not black black lady I know exactly what you yeah exactly and so those were the ones were considered the leak so we kind of self segregated ourselves right back okay he's like getting other but that's something that we've done to ourselves culturally but the premise came for white supremacy because we're trying to emulate deflected society that you have any idea where people believe their strength can because they're trying to be wider and wider and so forth and so on right in those cultures as well but a lot of that comes from the dominance of white supremacy and also wind bagel waited take over those countries they don't call your acceptable because your light enough Michael. you remember what Michael Jackson the bleached his skin exactly exactly it's that type of phenomenon that goes on now I'm well what you would call a chocolate brown C. N.. I love it and I would never try to be anything but that because is beautiful. it's beautiful and I'm not going to let anybody change that right because they say god made no mistake so we made a mistake your job. Hey listen Brock I'm delighted you called I am I'm gonna tell you a story I hope nobody's offended by the story but I was six years old and my parents were away and my sister gave me a Halloween party. and we made a list of everybody who would come and one of the girls in my class member were six years old was black and my sister said well who is she like her so much I said she looks like chocolate ice cream and what's so good. a little kid not being prejudice what we got expected beauty in everything is not back in I get it but we have to call things for what they are but we have to understand the premise of which they came so that way we don't end up actually voting and going against what's in our best interest rock a blessing on you I am so glad you called and you're welcome on this program anytime take your screener I will lend you hear that she's waving she heard it are you alright thanks so much okay four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten we take this to the top of the hour I am John Rothman and believe me there is no place I would rather be than right here with you on.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"And I know each other and I love I love. I love Lucy the young Douglas. Yes. And luck luck Bill. Yeah. And but she, you know, Lucille ball had so much presence. And, you know, when your child and you walk in, you know, you feel that kind of like a like a like a dog energy of someone, and she just every time she walked in a room, you know, everything, sort of stopped. And so you kind of aware of that, not knowing what's going on. And then she has this crazy, red hair, like, so read it was just insane to me, and this voice this smokers lies and I it was, you know, as a little child. She's scared me a little. Oh, yeah. And the red lipstick will everyone had red lipstick then but, but Henry find on the other hand, was very much like my, my own dad, very quiet. Soft spoken? Kind of a gentle presence. And so I just have clung to him all time. And yeah, so I don't have much to say about that experience. But I didn't put two together Henry Fonda and Lucille ball. So that's, that's a lot. I didn't put into together that your grandma, Harriet Hilliard at the times was at ARCO in. She's in follow the fleet with Fred and ginger ginger writing and among among other movies. And that Lucy was just starting out at that time, she's in stage door with Ginger Rogers Katharine Hepburn movies. It's a great movie, and it's got a killer cast. And thank God, they never tried to remake it. Don't say, don't say so many people in that movie an Miller garden, the cast just quit and they're all great. And so that there's a story to tell you about that. Sorry, do know you know, they basically wanted to cast pretty much all arc AL girls film. And my grandmother was in contention for the lead role and please. What is her name Gloria, the actress who won the belief? She won the Oscar for playing the lead the one who for playing k the, the one who kills herself. Oh, andrea. Leeds. Oh, thank you. She was in contention for that role. And there was a certain executive that she would not fool around with. So that was always her story about that, that whole thing, but imagine being sort of on the set with those people, and Katherine Hepburn, of course, and I, I told you that the, the emcee thing you know, Katherine Hepburn used to sit on the on the curb at our KO and read her fan mail in pants, you know, to a very scandalous, kind of her legs, sort of, like, you know, the guy just sitting there reading and grandma thought she was a huge show off. So she'd kind of vary properly sort of walked by and one day, Katherine Hepburn said to are just didn't even look up to set. I hear your good. My grandmother, and she just kind of looked down and said that remains to be seen misstep burn. But the thought of all those people sort of in the same way I can't know. And I got to tell you, you know for your audience, I came here yesterday because I thought it was yesterday that we were doing this, and it wasn't of course. So I'm feeling like a soccer as I mentioned to you guys earlier, but I kinda was kinda roaming around Hollywood before I had to go back over the hill. And, you know, just you feel the ghosts sort of the I don't say goes it, not in a bad way. But you feel that the spirit of all of those people and the dreams of everybody's soon as you drive over high Highland, you know, you don't you think you just feel it coming from..
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Yeah it it isn't it true yes oh yeah i see the the sydney party a building today i mean music scoring stage yeah all that it's so exciting the stair the stairs i guess it's the south now i guess it would be the west there's whatever it is when you're looking at the building stairs to the right on the side of the building okay there's a couple of steps in a stairway out the side of the building that is where spencer tracy and katharine hepburn matt right he was coming out and she was going in and that's where they met there's a useless showbiz factory but still you'll never look at that building how do you absolutely know that someone's book it was in a book and then i remembered i can't say where but i i looked at a couple of other places to find out if the story stood up and it did norman you must have owned the gm studio didn't like i know co columbia owned it for a while and didn't columbia on your company or vice versa or we bought what did we buy we bought our library from no we sold we sold our library jerry perenco to columbia his dearest of souls rest in peace we sold to coca cola company right and the next thing we knew they were out of that business and columbia owned our library got it and then we bought a library back.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From nineteen forty um i will be screening the philadelphia story with m kari grant katharine hepburn and jimmy stewart and you know it doesn't get better than that poser three of the greatest movie stars that ever lived all in one movie a classic george cooper directed at um this a wonderful romantic comedy uh in a great era of filmmaking featuring three of the best actors and movie stars on the planet in one movie a very excited to be showing this it's going to be ah digitally remastered going to look beautiful on the big screen you've never seen the philadelphia story should come out and i note a lot of people have never seemed on the big screen including myself this will be the first time i've ever seen on the big screen um and it i'm very excited to be hosting this one this is a this is a class i think we've had people requested in it's been one of my favorite finally available on dc p digital so well we will be showing it on tuesday on february six then i hope everybody can make it out fourteen bucks to get in but that includes free parking and free popcorn the movie will start at eight i will introduce it but you can get their little bit early maybe seven o'clock have some dinner at bogart's which is on the second floor where the movie theater is on the second floor of the arose mount eighteen amc and we will screen it in the big premier theater which has a huge curve screen and credible digital projection in sound and a big lush love seats you can also order food directly from your seat they'll come and bring it to you you don't even have to get up so that services available as well once again it is on tuesday february sixth at the movie will start at eight i'll introduce it will have little talk afterwards it's the philadelphia story one of the best movies ever.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on The Canon
"There's that tension between that are really enjoy because then from there ought she offer some a house and a place to rate in the movie really gets into that uncomfortable dynamic between the two of them that he or she is swanning around like a woman with all of the power and how small that makes them feel when she thinks she is doing the nice thing you've its own norio ohga wondered if there is at well we're i wonder if there's something to that in the library seen because they don't always see tracy she's reading a connors book in the in the library and you know i mean she seems pretty familiar with the library so it's not like the is this place that only only poor people need to go went ansa grandfather built right that's right that's right but the librarian is so weird like the liberian is so snooty and there's that scene where you know she's using like the the elizabethan syntax and you know jimmy stewart dostyle have a washroom uh that is kind of sad that even the rich woman isn't buying his book she's just checking it a who's still not giving any money giving us damn kindle her her wirdum kindle let's cigarettes in when we come back let's talk more about this conception of katharine hepburn as the untouchable goddess it's december as winter it is time to swap out your summer blankets for something a little bit heavier i have a for blanket and i have a foam mattress you know it if you want a foam mattress have you heard of a little company called casper mattresses they have three mattress models the original casper the wave and the essential each one designed to figure out how you would like your natural geometry to be sued in cradled and they're all made with the same breathable design helps you sleep cool and also regulates your body temperature throughout the night which is something important to me because i'm a person who has a heater on way too hot and then i need to fix it and then it's all crazy but his wonderful and yet again a good night's sleep now a casper mattress is delivered right to your door in a small how do they do that size box with free shipping and returns in the us and canada but.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on The Canon
"It also is aware that he is maybe being not entirely fit fair of people that he's prejudging them them for their wealth in that he's really ready to believe the worst in them like he's ready to believe you see katharine hepburn and her younger sister run around and overalls be normal people at the start of this movie her younger sister dina lord an haven't mentioned yet but she is she contribute so much fun to listen to such a weird character yet she so so so funny and then we get to know them in a way without the press and then when the pressures of in their house you have this re engines of katharine hepburn in the way that maybe she was worried people think should enter into this movie ito address with a million ruffles she's smiling so big her teeth really the entire screen it's this parody of a posh woman and she's almost sending up her own image and she so snow height she has that line that i love and here and she's talking to jimmy stewart and he's saying he's a writer she says underwent named do you publish and he says my own and it's just this undercutting of like a death finale never heard of you you are definitely nobody to me and this way of humiliating pupil through kindness she is devastating it that it's this horrible revenge she's using in he'd have so much of the philadelphia story is about the power dynamic between the wealthy in the poor in this scene of her with the reporters when she's playing up the the rich woman she showing how rich person can use their wealth to humiliate people to say oillike your hairdo and the poor personal thank my hair do must be awful it it it it's so sinister y'all's you makes them feel under addressed even other fully address this is probably one of the v more truthful films in terms of its representation of journalist ride because there there are a lot of a lot of movies that depict reporters as being wealthy glamorous and in this movie only works because of losing breezy and mccauley connor are are clearly.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on The Canon
"Just the sort of tinkle wacky hijinks music playing well he's shoving his wife by her face to the floor which then gets turned into her younger sister excitedly being like he did hit you right almost like should be happy to hear that that's what happened but katharine hepburn said that that was exactly how she felt like she to make an entrance she was really brilliantly calculating about using a philadelphia story to bounce back from this image of being off and you what happened is she asked the player at of this philip berry to write her something awesome and he wrote her the philadelphia straight as a stage place if she does that on stage it's a huge hit has she's a tremendous actress she's one of my favorites and then when they want to have the rights for philadelphia story she gets her boyfriend at the time howard hughes to buy the rights and they'd she says you have to let me star in this in it as a bonus i won't even m i'll be your where it's i so i won't take a salary i'll take a percentage of the the prophets exactly it was like 45 percent routes would i saw with a i don't know if that's credible because that seems insane yeah and she was also intelligent enough to know that this movie had to end or had open with her being hit in the face that she couldn't make this grand paush entrance the people expected her to do a goddess entous that her character is going to get made fun of your she's playing this character who is a lot like how people thought over this untouchable charming ice queen they can't really relate to an inherent somebody's over you know tolerance for human frailty exam will be a first class woman or a first class tumen until you learn to forgive people default m a messing up the line a little bit but the it's the.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Is it ipc news fake you know you go somewhere like the bbc or the npa say yeah see that babe paying say stomach don't ever say katharine hepburn again a by say implies all good i just told you i literally just stop talking and i was telling you he in and he actually said and you repeated it pete pay day bye waiting for you to explain what news is actually need to sell it the new repeat right out there now he said the bbc and he repeated now i now stuff yelling and listen stupid ap bbc there's too not upi yeah bad stay away from now or uti the first cranky use any of though cranberry juice hero it really does current berry pills to natural ever even harder yeah it's like a natural thing take one of the day adamant email technology a crazy crazy he certainly everybody thought so every other story than having here's our as already probably fake any making up this stuff can pc wait you want me to be the guy who actually rights for all these what for all these but he you know everything else that is a weirdo argument you have story that i talk about is how do i say it's not pay when you something when them up all i say it's thank how do you say it's not think when it is it's not paid back you somehow only matt it is faith how do i may get saying that it is not bank why is this like a mental breakdown every day between seven thirty in a i don't know albright about i think he just the bike this own theory he just said that it is fake did you not say that how do i say that it finding well you may say it as thai gabriel link a little advice stop acting like a fish i say that laser stories all rail when you dismiss them as banking you didn't hear me i say these stories are rail when they you just say they are fay i heard you and i'll answer that in a second and surrey bars snow nick ron wyden he's got once you wouldn't have pace stab you aglet you're intimidating your foot nothing any parents shut up don't the table.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"You want to sign off aguado studios got that i just did all right i'll get out of the stood by i knew you're saying you're done right don't look at me confused yeah you could keep going if you want but since weeding out you said on gun and so we even be here of all my stories i think that's what i'm asking you we want real ones that's all how many times do i constantly say that my stories are real by justice may say asked back as you have and back them up with real facts back so i'm supposed to be the one who actually rights for all of these websites uh so on such as the postal right every single new story i heard that he said he didn't know i said pick a reputable one that's exactly what what i'm supposed right wing branch saying again what so what is what they're doing ron then what what knows it's fake news israelis the real question what is it ipc news fake you go somewhere like the bbc or the apec the pc that pay pay say stop don't ever say katharine hepburn again news that you say pay by saying the imply said the good i just told you i literally to stop talking and i was telling you heat and he actually said in european did it pete paid they say bye waiting for you to explain what news is actually he to sell it and you repeat what there now he said the bbc and he repeated bad now i i now of yelling and listen stupid ap bbc there's too not upi yet stay way now we're uti he has are does any of.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"We'll also someone such as the post the right every single new still have not heard that he said he didn't know i said pick a reputable one that's exactly what i'm supposed right the twinbranch say what what what they're doing ron then what a what knows it's fake news israelis the real question what is it i p c news fake you know you go somewhere like the bbc or the np they say that babe say stomach don't ever say katharine hepburn again new as you say pay by saturday implants all good i just told you i literally to stop talking and i was telling you heat in seven european said build it be pay one that waiting for you to explain what news is actually he said the new repeat what out there now he said the bbc and he repeated why are there now of yelling and listen stupid ap bbc there's too not upi yet bad stay away from our or uti he has cranky use any of the cranberry juice thing it really does he big current very pills to like a natural thing a natural thing take one day adamant amen technology a crazy crazy bright certainly is but what so every other story that have in years all as already properly bacon though making up the the stuff oh we see someone that y you want me to be the guy who actually rights for all these what for all these but he you know i never everything else as the weirdo argument you have a story that i talk about is how do i say it's not paid when you win how how do do you you all all i i say say it's it's thank thank you you say say it's it's not not take take when when it it is is it's it's not not paid paid by by somehow somehow always always eight eight is is fake fake how how do do i i may may get get saying saying that that it it is is not not bank bank winds winds this this like like a a mental mental breakdown breakdown every every day day between between seven seven thirty thirty in in eight eight.
"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Fashion Hags
"It'll be it'll be the first row for shows that though that on the blog just for everybody. So many that one is like so icon like you say don't know the movie itself and a great move. I don't. Yeah. It's it's a Tennessee Williams play that was adapted. Yeah. There's like all of these Comber Roddick subtexts and stuff that they couldn't really throw in in the nineteen fifties because of sensors and all that because it was because. Bad. But just like watching it. Now, you can kind of see how they skirted the issue, and the fact that they didn't have. Yeah. Katharine Hepburn Elizabeth Taylor where like like silence supporters of gay rights in the fifties that they kind of just like added these little things and especially. In subtlety. I just yeah. Bucking love it. It's like it doesn't happen to say. So find a way to get it. Back cross cigarette in an ashtray after a cut scene means ding, ding. And you can't say these guys blocked they did because he's that cigarette. That's what you do have to have sex. That's it like, brilliant brilliant woman in amend suit. You don't fuck with that lady? No, she's a bad ass something in that character that you gotta watch out for is gonna fuck. Let your throat if she has to where she's an evil Steph, weather or something. She's she's actually the murderer whatever it is in the age of like grinder sexuality being so boring. It's so great to watch. Yeah. Like like, everything is so opposite unsubtle thing happening now. Right. Whereas this is the polar opposite. Wants and there's so many layers to it. And we'll even like the. It's the opposite of showgirls. Whether it's just. Yeah. But like the even the way things it's white is a one one p she's as covered as anybody soon a lowly. Icon of it was so subversive fact that this guy like pushed her into the water, and it became seizure wet. Yeah. And it wasn't see through unscreened, obviously. But like they kind of alluded to it. Yeah. Yeah. So good. I had not gotta rewatch it. I don't watch it. I thought I thought twenty years ago. I'm so I'm so surprised you said you studied film Norton's in university and you never seen Sunday. Well, guess. Really? We we watched the other one. That's so confound tastic is the killers. I mean, clothing wise, it's less so rate is Marceau. So it's so great. But like going to good a good, leg, hilarious and looking back film art, watch the colors. It's James Cagney is fucking fantastic. And. Sunset boulevard. Obviously can't king king of yet heating. Yeah. I remember the other one was there's a couple more that we watched. Multi spell again. Thank you anything that has Humphrey Bogart in it. I guess Casablanca Inca like you're you're gonna be fine. That's going to that's going to get you need to go. It's it's a style of filmmaking that basically doesn't happen anymore. The Coen brothers tried to do it in the late ninety audiences only the acting isn't there anymore. It's different different. The style of the writing might be more might be more appealing to people because you have to think a little bit, right? And you have to interpret things things together on your own things aren't spelled out for you all different style of storytelling based on these like Pulp Fiction novels that are, you know, weird. And they take you all different Chinatown is another actually. Yeah. The only difference with that one faded away is that it's not actually in black and white. So the film, the Warren insured doesn't isn't line six because it wasn't the film part the black and white film part. Yeah. Anyway, do some homework and go and go and check that out. I think we're gonna take a lightning quick break. And then they're going to talk about. Okay. Katie. What do you what? Do you obsessed with it comes to movies? Bunch of well of many. Broad question. I studied film in I in university. So I got a lot of baggage..