19 Burst results for "Katherine Hepburn"

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"It's not even like we're back around to it right and then 'cause around too and i'm like so we're not gonna talk more now. It's like someone like well. We can't be we again. So i think they probably were like you know people might say we're trying to be too and that's why i think that's where i'm over with this film to me. It's like it's surprise me but then because it surprised me. I was like well shit. You should have just gone further. You would've been actually been like up there with the gemology films where i would have been like. You know what these are actually caught me off guard. They're actually really really good. Here's like renzo i. I don't think it's a bad film but it's also not memorable either. No they gave. Why said it was kind of. It reminded me how much i really enjoyed those other films. Like romancing the stones doesn't flash that foul whole indictment is also a big grown ask people's movie like even raiders of the lost ark. All the points are there. You know what i mean like. They kind of pick even african queen. Would it's trifling is of humphrey bogart and katharine hepburn. Being up fucking point a movie but if you take all those things that's kind of what the ride was based on and so they still gave you a little bit of that vibe and you've got some of the fun and you got you know the the competent but bumbling heroin people likes but you can't believe that they're actually going to follow that all the way through and it is new movie that's not what about and they've been kind of pushing the whole truth and storytelling a little hard. So i'm not surprised that they flinched on the pg thirteen jungle.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"Her beloved bird. Nanan no casting quadrille already cast. I kind of had an old school thought for this one at your prerogative you go first you want to. I know at like honestly the first thought that came to my head. She's an incredible actress. You know she was like four runner for so many things and by god she wore pants katherine hepburn. I love her. Oh nice nice describing her and she's like almost the'real beauty going on here and just i don't know she's very elfi to me and i love katherine hepburn that's going with katharine hepburn elizabeth olsen ooh okay. We'll scarlet. which yeah we know. She can do the witchy thing and she has. She has features that. I think would suit and elf is well. Yeah kind of like an angular. Yeah that's why like katherine hepburn. Because it was that. Very kind of angled chen almost all right. I'm ready. she has not been cast. I checked michelle pfeiffer choice. I was put up for something. I think my ass and she is fierce f. Yes she is a the'real rox being blonde very well of what's the point of the is i'm gonna go with nicole. Kidman always a big nicole kidman fan. She has that that noblest airtours carries herself very well. There's a stern but almost playful manner to her most the the others. That was the one i was thinking of. She had that very very distinct the short blond hair and that like that protective but also nurturing manner that i think embodies the idea of this queen of these therio people keep using a theory. Okay then for mine. I'm going to throw tilda swinton. Somebody was going to pick it. I didn't realize that she's she's sixty. She looks really good for sixty so she's already got like the elven aging thing. She played the white witch in the lion. The witch and the wardrobe movie. So she's done like a magic users kind of thing other than that. You know the ancient one in doctor strange but like that especially if you're looking at galeria elves she would rock actually having solid highs and not look as kind of off pudding does she does kind of have that like again. Kind of a theory look to her. What a what fantasy thing was nicole. Kidman golden cuddled trumpets. Yeah i never saw it but yeah she's a bad bad lady in golden compass. This nicole kidman. Those are choices so go ahead and go vote. And if you guys don't know who katherine hepburn is like if i'm if i'm aging myself a little bit with that knowledge before you go. I some i feel like people should know katherine hepburn says people should know katherine hepburn is but a lot of people don't know who katherine hepburn said african queen with bogey bogey. Yeah ok to call her like my my ladies of the black and white screen. I love them anyway. So go on our page and vote vote. Vote and let us know what you guys. Thanks and Well we.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We all have. You know things that we need to improve and that we're going to create next step change with tools. That we can use that are just not that complicated, and we're gonna create measurement for accountability for ourselves for employees and then hopefully toe inspire others toe be better. Lastly, with a mission driven business like yours. How do you measure success? I'm sure it's tied to impact but from a measurable You know standpoint, how are you looking at what you've created and going this to me a success. You know, people ask me all the time. Why? I called it the Girls lounge and why I didn't call it The Ladies lounge, which sounds like a bathroom or or the women's lounge, And I said, You know, when you look at all the women, you know, in the corporate world, we have been conditioned to be competitive with one another and to conform to the boys Club because there's such a scarcity of jobs, and you know that's how we thought we'd be recognized and rewarded on DSA. I created the word girl as a mindset. It's stepping, bold and brave and fearless. And potentially breaking some rules, Katharine Hepburn says. If you obey all the rules, you don't have any fun. So let's break some rules to create new ones and be girlfriends and support one another. And then you look at the social world when you use the word girl to woman. It's age or life stage. And so I wanted to make that all go away and just bring it back home to the real problems that we have. It's been really amazing. Every big company is coming in, you know, helping move it to the next level. So I think that is how we measure success. How many companies are raising their hands to say We're all in What can we help with even looking at women inside of their companies how they're rising up with confidence because their confidence is growing, which is kind of immeasurable. It's not a scientific or an analytic or data driven. It's this. But when you hear the stories of the impact it's had on individual women inside of.

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Oscars 2021: 'Nomadland' wins best picture on night of historic firsts

WBUR Programming

03:13 min | 1 year ago

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

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"We just found out and I am not saying this at all to brag, because I am really not a fan of my work. This is a tribute Tonto Bob, but we just found out it was. The book has been named one of NPR's book of the years, So we were. I was so happy for Bob because I thought This is maybe going to give him the credit. He's to help. Yeah, that payoff, I guess is what I'm saying of the fun, absolutely in something that wasn't planned on on his part, and that and that seems to sort of guide him through many times through his career. Beautifully said Congratulations on that award. Congratulations to Bob. May I? May I quote a few sentences from that first chapter in the book Because you're right. I mean, you go right into the melee. This is the the chapter titled Katharine Hepburn, Cocoa and a big smash flop. Summer 1969 Katharine Hepburn I've just discovered can't sing it. You sure can't dance, which is a big problem since she's starring in cocoa, the most talked about musical the Broadway season. And why is this particular problem? Concern to me Because I'm the associate choreographer of the show. Working alongside my best friend Michael Bennett, who is fresh off a Tony nomination is choreographer. The Broadway smash It Promises promises on this. The very first day of pre production rehearsal were excited and even in awe of the great Kate Precisely 10 minutes. And then Michael and I looked at each other and realize there's an elephant in the room. Legendary Katharine Hepburn doesn't have a musical bone in her body. Michael and I can read each other's thoughts were in trouble. Big Trouble.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KGO 810

"The two leads didn't win Oscars, so I just happened to do a little Google search for the movies of 1940 holy Cow. Do you know? First of all, Tam? It was there. I don't see a winner for best movie. Did they? Did they? Do you know who won the best movie in 1940? Yeah, Rebecca one. Rebecca won two Oscars at one for movie and a one for cinematography. But I think it was like nominated for 11, 10 or 11. But you know what? Other movies listed 1940? Yeah. Was Rebecca? Yeah, because it was the year after gone with the wind, which also won the year before we had gone with the wind was that year 1940. Well, it was released in 1939. Okay, but I consider gone with the wind is the best picture winner of 1939 and Rebecca. Best picture winner of Nice. Oh, okay. So you know what? Maybe because I'm looking at 1940. Maybe I should be looking at for the Oscars. I should be looking in 1941. Well, try that. And see what happens. I bet you'll see Rebecca listed under that. Okay, because I'm looking at the movies in 1940. Holy cow gone with the wind Weathering heights. Mr. Smith goes to Washington. Goodbye, Mr Chips Stage Coach. Yeah. Has Bo jest? Yeah, that was considered like Hollywood's pinnacle there like a least 12 like, you know, and enduring classics that were made that year, But you want to look at the following year. I can't remember what it was up. 1940 maybe citizen? No, not Citizen. Kane was the following year. I can't remember what it was up against. But I know I don't And I think the best actress winner that year in 1940. And why Joan Fontaine didn't when Ginger Rogers appeared in this feminist film called Oh, yeah. What was the name of Kitty Foyle? And because she was sort of coming into this dramatic role from being and all these Fred Astaire you know Ginger Rogers musicals and she really stretched herself. That really made an impression with the academy and they gave her the best actress Oscar that year. Joan Fontaine probably should have won. She was nominated. Good, But so is Catherine had turned for the Philadelphia story Katharine Hepburn to could have easily wanted, but because Davis for the letter the letter Yeah, she was great in that This is what the Oscars do what they used to do this a lot if they attended to overlook somebody who was deserving that year next year. They were. The same person was nominated for a lesser movie and the lesser performance and they gave they gave the award film unless a performance and they did that for Joan Fontaine. I think she won for suspicion. The Alfred Hitchcock movie suspicion the following year. He was good in that movie, but you know he was. He was like Rebecca was her like signature roll. It was like a role she was born to play. I mean, she was brilliant in that. I'm looking at the best actor nominations in 41. Lawrence Olivia was nominated Raymond Massey for Abe Lincoln in Illinois. Henry Fonda for Grapes of Wrath. Charlie.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The greatest champions of freedom in this country. It's not English speaking world Mark, Call mark at 877381311. I'm asking a question. Ladies and gentlemen, it's show buying running against himself. With a real job. Biden police stand up. He votes for NAFTA, okay? I was against it. He votes for the Iraq war that was against the Iraq war. He votes for the 1994 crime bill. Now it's against the 1994 crime bill. He's reached a point where he sees He cannot win the presidency. By dressing up like Bernie Sanders and drag So he's done at all through August now in September. And so now he's flip flopping flip flopping more than John Kerry ever did. He's flip flopping like a beached flounder. Flapping around on the beach. Can't imagine will get away with the press. Of course, we'll get away with their very busy he did You hear what I what? We're video when everybody said he got him. They got from, but I got no, he didn't. I always say that 320 million Americans in this country. 320 million, minus 10. Don't give a damn about Bob Woodward. Or his stupid book. Tragic and push it media. I can push it. Chris Wallace can push it. 60 minutes. Compulsion. This guy makes 78 10 $12 million a book just because of his media buddies. That's some kind of scam, isn't it? And he talks like Katharine Hepburn when she was 80 years old. If you notice that Mr Producer Like he's got some kind of impediment. Like he's chewing a carrot or something. I think that Bob pick it up. I I think ah, Bob. And then he's got that bloated. Useless, barely literate, BA phone following around Bernstein. I said that the second van City of journalism Guy Bernstein. Who's now as why does he is tall? The hell does he do? I don't even know what he does. He eats. That's clear his food's all over shirt all over his chin. He was always the lightweight and I don't mean that physically, I mean it mentally the of the team of saccharine Van City a K a. Woodward and Bernstein. What a tough What a tough story that Watergate was for them. You know, they're the deputy FBI director. This guy felt I felt, I guess. Mark felt Who was feeding them hook line and sinker. The investigation that was going on in Whitewater receiving Watergate. So they just had a right real fast and type really fast. They didn't really do anything. Can you imagine the number two guy at the FBI? Isn't it funny how the FBI's always trying to take out Republican presidents? What's that about? So they're just writing as fast as they can in the reporting. Well, look what we heard. Look what we found that one guy's given him everything. Wow. I want to be like Woodward and Bernstein. Fat, stupid. I really Oh, my So these are all buddies. They're all buddies. Woodward is friends with the host or interviewing him on Sunday. It's so corrupt. So much of the media in this country so thoroughly corrupt. You're the president of the United States. Donald Trump every bay. He's making history every single day. He's making history. Now we have Bahrain. Signing a piece a Muslim country and hired country signing a peace deal with Israel, the Jewish state. Before that. We had Kosovo a Muslim country signing a piece for you. Or will Of the Jewish state, the U. A E and Arab Muslim country, the first to sign a peace deal and they're signing and I guess next week with Israel In the U. S in Kosovo and by rain as I understand it, they're going with their embassies in Jerusalem. Would you ever have believed this? Of course not. And that's thanks to one man. The president, United States Donald Trump. Kind of trump. And he's been now nominated for two Nobel Peace Prize. Have you heard it on the rest of the media? Did they think you should get know They hate his guts. Look at The New York Times. Look at their history. I've told you over and over again. I helped cover up the Holocaust because the late Great Progressive Franklin rose about the greatest Democrat ever all bow down, bow down to our idol, Franklin Roosevelt. He urged the media in this country to cover up the Holocaust. Wow, Butt down a Trump and Bob Woodward's but you get the point. They have no moral center. To quote the idiot matters. They have no moral core. So we sit here talking about Oh, the NFL that cannot screw themselves. Oh, Bob Woodward's book he could screw himself. It has nothing to do with the real world. Nothing has nothing to do whether people can put food on the table. Where they have access to medicine. Were taken freely. Attend church in this country. The UN reality of the left, They try to make it a reality. And I have a sneaking suspicion and no, I have no firsthand knowledge. But a sneaking suspicion should our president be re elected? God willing And he will dust off the insurrection Act that was first passed. The Jeffersonian Republicans and used by Jefferson and used by so many presidents since Jefferson.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I Heard Radio brings you the week in Hollywood history. September. 7th 1927 inventor file. Oh, Farnsworth holds the first public demonstration of his all electronic television in San Francisco, improving over the previous mechanical models. It paved the way for the first television station in the US and the world the following year. September 9th 1956 Elvis Presley makes his first appearance on TV's Ed Sullivan Show. Roughly 60 million viewers saw this performance which helped propel Elvis to superstardom. September. 10th 1999 Fight Club has its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Despite being a financial disappointment during its initial release. It's become a cult classic and is regarded as one of the most influential films of its time. September 12th 1927 Actress Katharine Hepburn has her New York stage debut in Night hostess by 1932. She had migrated to Hollywood, where she'd appear in over 40 films and win for best actress Oscars during her 60 plus year. Career September 13th 1981 Isabel Sanford becomes the first black actress to win the Emmy for outstanding actress in a comedy for her work on the Jeffersons. She scored six other Emmy nominations and five Golden Globe nods for the role of Louise Jefferson on that's the weak in Hollywood history on my heart radio. I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to talk about keeping his sound. Really? Yeah. We learned that from Buddy guy and we don't have a king. Afraid King B B king all of the kings that you're the way you stand like Rambo in the old days when he was goingto level of town, you know? You've gotta stand like you mean it And then and then you want to get a sound because it comes from your limbs. It comes from your fingers in the comfort of your vital It's a sound that is beyond pedals again, you know? In my hands a little bit, but you don't want to use too many pedal because it's like putting too much makeup. But you can't really see your face, You know, and then you start looking like bozo the clown, Ronald McDonald. You don't want to look like that..

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Brings you the week in Hollywood history. September 7th 1927 Inventor file. Oh, Farnsworth holds the first public demonstration of his all electronic television in San Francisco, improving over the previous mechanical models. It paved the way for the first television station in the US and the world the following year. September. 9th 1956 Elvis Presley makes his first appearance on TV's Ed Sullivan Show. Roughly 60 million viewers saw this performance which helped propel Elvis to superstardom. September. 10th 1999 Fight Club has its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Despite being a financial disappointment during its initial release. It's become a cult classic and is regarded as one of the most influential films of its time. September 12th 1927 Actress Katharine Hepburn has her New York stage debut in Night hostess by 1932. She had migrated to Hollywood, where she'd appear in over 40 films and win for best actress Oscars during her 60 plus year. Career September 13th 1981 Isabel Sanford becomes the first black actress to win the Emmy for outstanding actress in a comedy for her work on the Jeffersons. She scored six other Emmy nominations and five Golden Globe nods for the role of Louise Jefferson on that's the weak in Hollywood history on my heart radio. News, traffic and Weather news Radio 700 w ell delegate Cincinnati Remembering the victims of 9 11, with the 9 30 report on Bryant Combs breaking now. It was 9 18 years ago. Today, terrorists struck Americans and brought down the world.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I heard radio brings you the week in Hollywood history. September 7th 1927 Inventor file. Oh, Farnsworth holds the first public demonstration of his all electronic television in San Francisco, improving over the previous mechanical models. It paved the way for the first television station in the US and the world the following year. September 9th 1956 Elvis Presley makes his first Rinse on TV's Ed Sullivan show. Roughly 60 million viewers saw this performance, which helped propel Elvis to superstardom. September. 10th 1999 Fight Club has its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Despite being a financial disappointment during its initial release. It's become a cult classic and is regarded as one of the most influential films of its time. September 12th 1927. Actress Katharine Hepburn has her New York stage debut in Night hostess by 1932. She had migrated to Hollywood, where she'd appear in over 40 films and win for best actress Oscars during her 60 plus year career. September. 13th 1981 Isabel Sanford becomes the first black actress to win the Emmy for outstanding actress in a comedy for her work on the Jeffersons. She scored six other Emmy nominations and five Golden Globe nods for the role of Louise Jefferson on that's the weak in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio News radio time. 3 31. Our top story, a board member of the Colorado High School Activities Association, and Kay, always Dave Logan, going out. Today over the decision to stay with a scheduled to play football in this spring instead of the fall, Ryan West says board members were doing their jobs when they rejected a proposal to restore fall football. I genuinely believe everybody on that board Um Is representing their constituents. But Logan took issue with that. I know that in the Centennial League, it was unanimous. I know bolder voted to play football. I know you're familiar with Jeff Go. I know Jeff go voted to play football. So how can you sit here and tell me that they're representing 100% of their constituents and that they all agreed they should not play, West says other league said they weren't ready and Shasta has to make decisions for the entire state. Chief's Texans kicking off the NFL season tonight, 17,000 fans will be allowed in Arrowhead, ESPN, rolling out a new Monday night football themes on this season. Hank Williams Jr being replaced with Little Richard.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I heard radio brings you the week in Hollywood history. September 7th 1927 inventor Philo Farnsworth holds the first public demonstration of his all electronic television in San Francisco, improving over the previous mechanical models. It paved the way for the first television station in the US and the world the following year. September 9th 1956 Elvis Presley makes his first appear. It's on TV's Ed Sullivan show. Roughly 60 million viewers saw this performance, which helped propel Elvis to superstardom. September. 10th 1999 Fight Club has its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Despite being a financial disappointment during its initial release. It's become a cult classic and is regarded as one of the most influential films of its time. September 12th 1927. Actress Katharine Hepburn has her New York stage debut in Night hostess by 1932. She had migrated to Hollywood, where she'd appear in over 40 films and win for best actress Oscars during her 60 plus year career. September. 13th 1981 Isabel Sanford becomes the first black actress to win the Emmy for outstanding actress in a comedy for her work on the Jeffersons. She scored six other Emmy nominations and five Golden Globe nods for the role of Louise Jefferson on that's the weak in Hollywood history on my heart radio. My hard radio goes one on one with Phil from Def Leppard to find out the man's strangest performing experience. We played once live in the back of a van, and we recorded it. Me, Joe and Vivian. It was for a radio station, and it went out live in the one God to accuse to get our singing cramped up. It's gonna be awful. I only on the radio and it was I What Sounds a lazy so wherever we go, whether it's the back of a van or on a ship is going to be definite yet, but it's gonna be great. So you've got no worries about that at all. Keep Listeningto I heart radio for Mohr of Def Leppard and all your favorite artists I heart radio. Here.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Sandy Koufax throws his fourth career no hitter. And his first perfect game in a one Nothing win over the Chicago Cubs at Dodger Stadium jumping ahead today in 1990 at the U. S. Open in men's tennis 19 year old Pete Sampras wins his first Grand Slam title, and he beats fellow American Andre Agassi. 646362 Sampras becomes the youngest male US Open winner and today in 2018, the Green Bay Packers start their 1/100 season. With an historic 24 23 comeback win over the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. It was the first ever Packer recovery from 17 points after the third quarter. It was 20 to 3 to start the fourth. Now, you know today in sports history on I Heart radio, the films the stars. The milestones be Awad's. I heard radio brings you the week in Hollywood history. September. 7th 1927 inventor file. Oh, Farnsworth holds the first public demonstration of his all electronic television in San Francisco, improving over the previous mechanical models. It paved the way for the first television station in the US and the world the following year. September 9th 1956 Elvis Presley makes his first appearance on TV's Ed Sullivan Show. Roughly 60 million viewers saw this performance which helped propel Elvis to superstardom. September. 10th 1999 Fight Club has its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Despite being a financial disappointment during its initial release. It's become a cult classic and is regarded as one of the most influential films of its time. September 12th 1927 Actress Katharine Hepburn has her New York stage debut in Night hostess by 1932. She had migrated to Hollywood, where she'd appear in over 40 films and win for best actress Oscars during her 60 plus year. Career September 13th 1981 Isabel Sanford becomes the first black actress to win the Emmy for outstanding actress in a comedy for her work on the Jeffersons. She scored six.

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Group hopes to rebuild Shakespeare theater that burned down

All Things Considered

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

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.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"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.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"A combination of romantic comedy and political satire it fails on both counts. The whole story is that the secretary of state played by Shirley's to run is running for the presidency. Her boss who used to play president on television wants to go back to his old job. He found that more fulfilling and he hires a new speechwriter slob really a play by Seth Rogan who she used to babysit, and he was infatuated with her when he was a kid and now they become romantically involved, but their romance he's such a slob lots of raunchy sex humor. Lots of drug humor involved here endangers for candidacy and the question the film is are they going to get together. Anyway, you know, I think you can give me the answer to that before you even see the movie probably. This wants to be kind of modern version of a Spencer, Tracy Katharine Hepburn movie. I think and it fails pretty miserably because it lacks wit, lex charm. It lacks any kind of subtlety the political satire is all very lame and obvious the romance was terribly implausible jokes, come fast and furious. But frankly, they don't register or at least didn't register for me. A lot of people are enjoying this movie. So while I would be negative about it. I should tell the audience that a great many members of the audience seemed to be liking it. So either you take my opinion, which is only one guy's opinion. Or you hate you take somebody else's that fair enough. Aren't let's move on. This may be a little bit more hopeful for you Dennis Quaid in the intruder migraine.

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Ample Miller bearing presence and relationship with the brewers. And we're excited about that. We have a lot of ideas. Sports coming up at three forty five. WTMJ news time three thirty three. Wisconsin's afternoon news on NewsRadio six twenty WTMJ. I've been waiting to share this interview with you all day. It's fascinating Morocco. Do you know who that is? He's on CBS Sunday morning. He's a correspondent humorous and a history buff, and he's got a new book out and a new podcast on obituaries. I know sounds weird. But it's fascinating. Here's my conversation with Morocco. You know, I find this very interesting because I'm the guy that on Sunday. I read through the obituaries I read every single one. I love it. My wife thinks that I'm crazy. Tell me why you find the obituary so fascinating. I think it's a time to reflect on what what makes life meaningful, and frankly to see if you measure up, I mean, I'm a little bit competitive opet reader. I gotta tell you think. Oh my God. He did all this time. You've twenty-five five. What am I doing? I mean, I was just thinking, I can you imagine reading Mozart's bet. You know? I mean, thank God, I not be German. It would just be so humbling on the other hand he died when he. Was thirty five. So there's that, you know, I find it fascinating. Some of them. Look like, you know, they've been written and sitting there and tweaked for years and years and years and other of them can be funny and short, and it's just a real reflection oftentimes on the person's life and the person's lives of those that loved the person that died. Well, I think there's depends right. It's luck of the draw. Who you get I talked to a woman in Karen James who is a writer for the New York Times written for many other places. She happened to have written it to bits for the New York Times only two and they were for Audrey Hepburn and Katharine Hepburn. I think she's a cheap Hepburn obituary for the for the New York Times, she made the point that, you know, Audrey Hepburn died unexpectedly people didn't really know that she was sick and said that had to be written really quickly. And what's more was written on the day of Bill Clinton's inauguration in nineteen Ninety-three? She died that day. So she got pushed off the front page. So a lot of. But it's about the timing. You've got to check this out. It's mobile Aries. You can find the podcast on apple and other places. And I'm excited about the book. That's coming out in November also mobile tell us a little bit about the book. What can we expect? Well, the podcast we're doing this. We're currently doing eight episodes in his first season. We'll do another eight. And so the book will include that, and I and other things that maybe are better for book. Like, we'll have a mortgage wary for the station wagon. We have a mortgage wary for Neanderthals busy died out forty years forty nine excuse me, and they never had no bitch wary. So the mobile is really a chance to give a proper sendoff to people and things that never that never got a proper sendoff in the first place or any at all. But then we also in the book and on the podcast this week. I'm having episode about on beloved sitcom characters who disappeared. So they never got obituaries. We're giving them a sendoff characters like Chuck Cunningham. The older brother of Ritchie Cunningham on happy days. I mean, he was the Ritchie Cunningham had an older brother the first few seasons. And then he just disappeared. CBS Sunday mornings more is with us. So your obituary Mohan and eventually comes time for that. I'm not rushing anything here. What would be the primary thing or two that will be most important to you. Well, I know what I want the title to be. Yeah. I just wanted to say, no. I would go something like this more rock of who's hit podcast ran for three thousand episodes died today. He was one hundred and eighty seven. I would like I would like my and my bed. It'd be about the interests. I had that hopefully caught on with an audience, however, big or small you don't find. When I read the Milwaukee newspaper on Sundays, and it's just average Joes obituaries. You know, this guy was Seventy-seven. This guy was ninety four sometimes I'm saddened when it's a young person. And I want more I want to know how they died. I wanna know what their biggest accomplishment was or if they're ninety seven, and it doesn't say if they served in World War Two, and I find myself actually, sometimes then going to go going to Google while I have the page open and trying to find out as much as I can about these people that I've never met. It's just a fascinating thing while you're a good person. And I and and hopefully a lot of people have that impulse. I mean, I do think that the reason we're trying to obituaries is on some level. We all want to be remembered and remembered for doing good in the world, and I also think it's time to reflect and to observe. And to think about what makes life meaningful. That is Morocco. You can find his podcast everywhere. You check out podcasts like on apple Spotify Google play. And the book comes out in November Mogadishu Aries. He's on CBS Sunday morning, Morocco. It is three thirty eight on WTMJ. The weather is the big story today is marching our direction and update on timing and amounts up next..

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"katharine hepburn" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"katharine hepburn" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Really? Like, you know, I feel like I haven't seen that ever lot. Not even in a modern context. So that's very impressive. Say that I think that that the only time I've ever seen that happen with there's all female cast with no man, incite is wheat fem, the French film, eight women, which is a dark comedy musical. And is about a man in a way, it's like about the murder of a man. And but it's only only women are on screen the entire time. That's cool. And this movie also is sort of about men, it's it's these women talking about the men in their lives. And and one of them is cheating is like the mistress of one of their husbands. And it's it's all very like like in sexual in that way, not like, literally, incest. But it's I mean, I I don't know if it really holds up under like, a a modern lens like, you know, there's a lot of like a for example, the husband is cheating. But he is basically like his behavior is justified by these women because this became at nine thirty nine, and it was just like more societally acceptable for men to cheat on their wives back, then it was just like a given. I guess. So you know, if you're watching it through a twenty nineteen lens and trying to apply like today's standards to it. I think it's going to feel a little bit lacking in that regard. But in terms of it being in nineteen thirty nine movie that that is like a powerhouse for these women to to star in this movie in delivered incredible performances. It was very enjoyable. I don't know if I actually I'll just put it this way. I would recommend watching the Philadelphia story over the women, even though there are men in this movie of it starts Katharine Hepburn Cary Grant and James Stewart, and there's terrific performances by all three of them. Jimmy Stewart gets drunk in this movie or his character does for a decent stretch of the film. And I've never I don't think I've seen outside of like, it's a wonderful life. Jimmy, Stewart play like a drunkard at any point. And this he's like very convincing. And it super super entertaining. Hepburn is great Cary. Grant is great like the this is a movie about a socialite whose wedding plans are complicated by the simultaneous arrival of her ex husband in a tabloid magazine journalist that's the description from Wikipedia, but man, it's just a solid solid writing. There's tons of like, you know, back and forth, zingers and stuff. Like that. This is like a it came out in nineteen forty and it just feels like a really classic. Rom com that is that like transcends, the Johner the tropes that appeared later in the genera that anything, you know, if you're if you're talking about romantic comedies new sort of roll your eyes at the way that they incorporate certain elements or always play out very predictably in you're talking about the movies that came out in the eighties nineties. I was still recommend going back and watching this one because it came out way before then it is predictable in a way. But it's also super super entertaining in the script is so solid. So that's the Philadelphia story that came out in nineteen forty you know, it's very interesting about the women's all female cast. Because when he said that that never occurred to me that I had probably never seen a movie that has an all female cast. And I was trying to think about it. And I can think of a dozen all male casts, but go. Yeah. That seems way more. Yeah. Maybe there's something that I've seen where it only has like one or two cast members. It's like a really small scale indie movie. That is only about a woman under best friend or something like that that I can't think of the top of my head, but the closest hasn't sprawling cast. So it's really impressive in that way. You're the closest thing I can come up with is like the sent the two thousand five horror movie that had like I think I had one guy in it. But it was mostly women out. That's really crazy. And I'm surprised that they're not that we should be arguing for all of one sex cats of there. But the I don't know if something I'd just never thought of..

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