17 Burst results for "Keenan Wynn"
"keenan wynn" Discussed on Ringer Dish
"Hide and sign up for this is over. Crowd-pleaser is your only chance. Yeah i also thought dominant cooper song was skip. Ooh whatever teacher was skipped. That was actually a bad not ever rough start but they picked it up after that. What's the best cameo amelia. Oh my god. Fernando's brother showed up. And i was like. Oh my is that the dose guy most interesting man in the world and guess what i looked it up and it it is. His brother is the most interesting man in the world. That does guys exciting verbiage and he ends up with christine bransky. The most interesting couple in the world. I sure yes agree. Really great toys. I don't know whose idea that was to be like. What if we got the most in the world. But they're genius. This is not a cameo. But i just needed a place to shout out the girl who plays young christine bransky. It's jessica keenan wynn because she caressed it. There's some out heard smile and like the way that i mean. No one in the world can imitate christine brand skits. Why is she is christina. Bransky but they show them together also at the end side by side and it was like uncanny really funny and did a great job. And i also have never seen her anywhere else so i just thought to crushed. She even is identical. Phrase's really funny. Of course i'm giving it tomorrow. Because she got me hysterically crying. Okay let's do fm k. You guys know what that is young. Bill veon hairy and young. Sam amelia all change so last time we all agree to kill bill to marry colin firth and to sleep with pierce brosnan right. I marry president but yeah okay close enough. We killed bill which has very much changed another movie. Yeah sorry. I said f young bill. He had a great stage presence. Sam i just. I just love pierce bras. I mean it's like if. I know that i'm going to get that in like four years and then foresight. I i exactly and then you know. Kill young harry. He was just so hesitant about everything. I loved him. But i was also like all right. Young harry would be like painfully loyal. I didn't really think. I didn't really know or expect that his character was like to go off and be this little puppy dog falls around and then sam cheats but maybe that was his youth. I don't know so. I think i'm going to kill sam. Maybe young sam mary hairy. I love that for you. Yeah sure why not and this actually leads endurance next question. Which is which boy has the best solo song so each boy obviously gets a song and again like we said young hairy so he has kind of a tough angle. He's the first boy he is basically like. I just met you. But i need you to have sex with me because i'm bert and you're the most beautiful woman i've ever seen. Basically talks are into it and it doesn't seem like a very good time like it's fine. So that's a tough angle. However i think he has the best song waterloo and he's so fun and like dancing around this little cafe and he does a great job. So i was like props to you young here. You did the best you could with what you guy which is a tough story line. Yeah But you killed your killed your solo song and the other guy songs just weren't as good. Yeah i think we all agree on that. Okay lastly in the slightly. Ron has your opinion changed. Who do you think is sophie's father. Now having watched the second one amelia. Here's a controversial twist the band leaders. Okay the guy with the band that from the and then i who's she's on this like little island in greece and there's like a ban there and the guy's mom is the woman who owns what will become hotel donna and she's a she's also like i mean i understand. She's very helpful older woman and stuff but she's like they're helping her give. Birth to amanda safe reads characters. And i'm just like i don't know man..
"keenan wynn" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Did we ever come to a conclusion that ninette specifically okay and i think this the new nightmare elm street kind of made it such it on hard i that yeah yeah okay go glad we got the answer absolutely nothing. Welcome to the more. Yeah it's more of like a choose your own adventure. If we believe them about this then do you remember the piranha. Had claymation in it. I know man okay. We'll tell you about that now or no. No no no. I'm also tabling this discussion. Because david piranha the gifts that it bestows upon you are there so many people in paul bartel's in it. Dick miller barber steele keenan. Wynn bradford dilmun cores who might knock out What was his name. For the alan fudge i think for dilmun might knock out. A alan fudges the patron saint of our podcast. He just keeps on popping up and everything he does. Let's table parana and alec. I will bring it up for next week. Okay no more about it than all right. We'll let me start off with the first movie that i watched and that we've talked about plenty of times in the podcast and i finally got around to watching it and a lot of these movies. Also i didn't want to pay to watch because you don't think they were worthy of your hard earned money that Although the other night. I was really drunk and decided to watch a movie with my wife and we went to pay per view. And we're looking at stuff you know. Whoa where's this gonna cut. Out now powell. Anyway she was a sitar so we clicked on something. And i'm like oh that looks pretty good and she hastily hit the purchase button. Man ed mmediately when she hit the button and i was like oh shit. Was it a charles band production. No it wasn't. It was something that we had actually paid for and watch four. Oh wow so. It must have been like really good like an oscar worthy that we couldn't remember it because it was not memorable. You're like maybe. I didn't get it the first time on a.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Stanley cup finals. we got here the nineteen eighty stanley cup finals. Mvp brian trashy seventy nine eighty season. The new york islanders in their first ever finals appearance against the philadelphia flyers. Will there you go there you go. Let's see who knocked off the fucking canadians in the nineteen eighty playoffs and nhl playoffs summary. Let's see we got here way now. Dan now gang gang gang gang gig day in All right here it is here. We go the flyers the minnesota north stars in the quarterfinals when four games three. Wow i remember. The islanders smoked us. We beat someone in the first round that year then we and then we came no preliminary round. Yeah we over the pittsburgh penguins. I didn't watch that one. That was right before. I started really really paying attention to ocoee. I must say i'm thinking. Eighty three eighty threes. When i really started watching. I think religiously all right i just went down a fucking rabbit hole but don't count the vegas nights out. I'm not counting them out by any stretch of the means But this is a very interesting sort of Four teams left here. We have to a young team in tampa the only been around twenty something years vegas night brand new last five years. Islanders are sort of. Like i don't know they're forty years in now. Forty is since a one it. They came around seventy to fifty years and they're not the young guys anymore. Montreal canadiens been around for over one hundred years. So you kind of got everything. It's like the brady bunch. She got greg. Fuck and peter. And bobby here does that. Make any sense to make What else could continuing on with the old movies. I want to thank. Whoever recommended pointblank lee. Marvin i second your The observation and angie dickinson was absolutely gorgeous shadow to keenan wynn who i heard his voice. I'm like where do i know that voice from is that the guy from dr strangelove talking about our precious bodily fluids and it was amazing actor an amazing movie unbelievable cars lee. Marvin is best. I just just a great great great movie one of those double cross movies and then they think they killed the guy lee marvin then he comes back for revenge gotta love that carroll o'connor is in it i mean it's just what's not to love and right. Now i'm watching. Charlie barrack starring walter matthau out. And i'll tell you who keeps popping up and all of these movies that john vernon john john vernon said the guy actor music succeeds picture. Yes in the first time i ever saw john vernon he played dean warmer in In all of those in the the fuck was animal house. And i've noticed this guy is like one of the go-to character actress of film. That i like the cop that plays by his own rules. The lone gunman the double cross crook. Whatever the fuck you call it. Oh another added bonus point blank. Is the helicopter that lands in alcatraz. I don't know if that's a sikorsky. It's before my time but that that was the original are twenty two and it had no governor and you had to you had to control the rpm's main road rpm's after looking at the gauge. You could just hear it if it was getting a little low Yes the s seventy six now. Jesus not that one. I had the wrong one Helicopter point blank. Lee marvin with see if that doesn't still not doing it. I forget the name of it. My instructor us to fly one. Go fuck yourself. i can't find it but it was up to little two seater in that thing was basically you wanna talk about your actually fly in this fucking thing. It had no governor on it so basically You in charge of making sure that you had enough rotor. Rpm so you wouldn't just the the big thing is if the engine quits being able to enter auto rotation obviously if you saw yourself going down the fucking. I wonder if had a low rpm horn on it. It had to have edited something or at least the light. You would still crank it back up. You'd not do that but It just seemed like way way. I've done you know obviously learning how to fly though. Shut the governor off and stuff and you kinda see like like how much more added workload that is The not having a governor but anyway who's kind of a cool shot some of those little two seater white fucking thanks. Let me see if i could find this thing. That's really going to bug me. If i can't find the name of that helicopter because right now i know is like ten pilots listening to this thing screaming it right now. The art of dying blank. A lotta helicopter pilots. Watch fucking movie. i'll find out what it is. An i'll give the information about those milwaukee bucks you know beaten up the brooklyn nets after all the shit. I've talked it. Seems like these guys can actually not you know not win by forty every night Fucking insane as insane as all of a sudden Fuck head is talking about how he might come back and run for president again. It just amazes me. How gullible people are i thought after you know when those people broke into the capital and then he was going like i love you all. It's time to go home. And then once he found out he could get in trouble for inciting them to do it he goes. They should all be put in jail. You saw what he did. You saw the kind of guy. Isn't there still now. Wears a red tie gonna make it great again. It's a tough one though i. I know it's a tough one because then your only other option though for democrat or republican is just total. One hundred percent company companyman. That doesn't give a fuck about the environment or evidently children in innocent people in other countries they just keep doing what the fuck and oil companies and the banks want to do. So i guess. I kinda get it but you know i could handle trump just being a fucking moron. I just can't handle the race baiting that type of shit and all these fucking all of that crap. That's that's you know. That's one of those things you liked to think is gone but it's not even barely below the surface. Just fucking right there all right and what that ziprecruiter everybody's.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on One Two Three Jokes
"Is jeremy martinez. My name is ricardo. Layoff i am bob timmons. I'm carl kastner. And i'm aaron craft here craft. I resident judge. Just the gain today. Just as i was just thinking about somebody listening to the podcast kind of having it on you know you. It kind of will give you play the next podcast. Whatever and someone's just listening to a podcast ends in alternative some girls message and Click stories that would be. I guess would be not very. I think that it was more nasa jonah. At all like that the anyway. Speaking of i was on with the other day and i get friends suggestions as i'm sure everyone does and i had a friend suggested on there that i was like this can't be the real person it was keegan. Michael key and suggestion and i clicked on the profile. Because i'm like this has got to be fake. And we have a ton of mutual friends and jordan peele wish i wish that was a mutual friend but it it. It's very weird. And i was looking through facebook and i'm like is this real like. Is this really him anyway. I sent a friend request over. But the show i will. I will winter best friend late. Well oh an. And i will tell you if he does except my friend requests then on our friend bursary. You know how facebook makes us other listeners. Check that out next week. We'll have Keegan michael key on the ship. We got a lot to put him on your podcasts. So look forward to that whole lotta. The is he the lead singer of tools. That that's the guy. I like sprays. He's so funny. We honestly can't tell if errands make it. A joker dot learning a lot of awesome. What's the lead singer of to the lead singer tool keegan. Michael key tie really. Aaron doesn't know who. Michael key is. My max i just typed in lead singer of in tool was the first suggests just making a judgment google. It sounds like your tools. You probably look up tools. Lead singer of tools maynard. James keenan close pretty close erin keegan. Michael key is the key from key and peele. He's been he's been in a million movies. Sheer meals a comedy show. Yeah you know. Writing comedy is a concept and Humor in joe. It might make more sense for you to be because maynard lives in prescott doesn't he. He lives in arizona. Somewhere would or something so that would actually make more sense for you to be friends. All i just typed in. Where does donal filled maynard. James keenan wynn said that guy. You're talking about it said. Hey jeremy can you repeat what you just said. We didn't play here. I did find out. That mega deaths bass player lives up in prescott arizona. Aaron it's prescott arizona. You're going to get these kind of so hard up there if you call it prescott. I've heard that actually middle name my middle name. Scott so. I can't i can't think of my middle name is skit prescott erin. Skit craft for this short skit. Changes to ski started all ready. -tations start improvisational. Podcast and call it. Skit craft kit craft. Yeah no like that. That's good on errands on board with that my name. Yeah that sounds great right. Well a lot of fun stuff coming in the years michael key guest and trend and perhaps the leaching of tool in the new show skit craft but before we do all that we gotta get to around one sounds good round one scrolling really far to find the stray act here. We go scrolling Friend requests from a guy named fabulous fucked. Oh you know what's interesting is in the weird al version parody of that song writing dirty keegan. Michael key is driving the car. No you do know who. Yes yes. I know who he is succeed. I told you i. I saw a funny picture of weird al today aired no joke i really did. I saw picture kim. Leave it with me on that. It's kind of weird. I saw a picture of weird al today. I was looking up bunny photos of celebrities with fans so like one was like jimmy fallon photo bombing some fans and you know all that kind of think and then and then weird al was also in the slide show but it was just weird al in like a fan shop with a bunch of like spitting sands weird hours was like look my fans ceiling fans and yeah legs eli stand fans all these celebrities with their fans and then weird al with some fans so how would it asshole. He's like totally just doing that. Yeah what's up jerry. just say. How was that joke compiled like did you like google search with fans knew all this would show up in the results. Something posted something being silly. He's like funny. If i took a picture like this with my fans compiled like photo. Album of celebrity nells best gags a photo of celebrities that took photos with fans. Weird al's photo was there too. I thought that was so funny. We we are now on the show. Would it be worth it just to invite him to his one of his fans podcasts. To show up and hang out with some of his fans and then we just have fans and our screens. Yeah but only if you still tell jokes now have the finance. We where the waste is time weird out very successful comedian. Should we invite weird al and on the off chance he says yes. Just not actually recorded an episode. Jeremy will only thinks of him as a comedian. Nothing else comedian. We'll have to see if he's available after we have Keegan michael key on. Yeah we'll see which of them is available for the next podcast or like. Maybe they'll both beyond because we don't wanna you know if the on with keegan michael we dangle our car keys keegan like assholes because he.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Right, David for Bob, You know, there's 1/50 anniversary coming up Dave of one of those holiday classics, you know the Rankin and bass ones that you know the stop motion animation classics that started in the 19 sixties. Dish One hell of a case one? Nope. Not with us. Okay, So anyway, it is the 50th anniversary of Rankin and Bass Classic Sanitary months again. My apartment. It's OK. Santa Claus is coming to town is turning 50. It's airing tomorrow night on ABC, and it's gonna be shown seven o'clock. It was filmed in Anna Magic. The stop motion style. That's distinct with like Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer and year without a Santa Claus. Tells the story of Kris Kringle and features the voices of legendary actor for the stair Mickey Rooney. On Keenan Wynn and Paul frees, but that airs tomorrow night. So kind of Ah Ah, cool anniversary, so to speak, you know, Remember all those specials? Sure the specials and I'm glad to see that Then somehow they're being aired. I I was I have to laugh to myself When I hear you tell the story about how your son Said. How these fixed up, you know? Yeah. Coco Joe. And how are these all you said? You fixed him up. You clean them up, but there in black and white, they're still in black and white, which makes him so classic, actually, let's take a little listen. Oh, Lady, you left me in the eye. It's the Chicago Holiday Classic. Hard Rock, Cocoa and Joe the You've enjoyed watching on WGN TV for years, and now you can own your own copy of.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Vaughn all those guys from back in the day rubber vons probably in his twenties. He looks like he's forty and also. The name of the movie is teenage. Case so i watched the trailer for this one. Nineteen sixty three the terror. Oh yeah i. That's the first one. That i looked at wait a minute now. There's the terror within at the same rate. That's different no okay. The terror which has the directors about roger cormon and francis ford coppola on credited right. Jack nicholson has a one day credit for the director of the yes. They just let anybody who showed up. Hey you want to direct us a have at it. I gotta go. Snorts some coke. I'll be back exactly. But i you know i. That's one thing about roger cormon. I think he's a straight edge. I don't think he's you know. But he didn't have any problem with people indulging on his set so nineteen seventy. He produced the done which horror up with Ed begley dean stockwell. Dr yui from dune. Name dean stockwell. Yes dean stockwell action quantum leap so i just should have said the gatt quantum leap and every david lynch movie. He executive produced grand theft. Auto which is Ron howard's first movie. I think is it his first movie we've talked about before go back to those other episodes listening c. Which thank here's one. That i watched back in the day called the evil which had richard krenek in it. Okay and this is one. i need to revisit. I don't remember if it was good or not and looking at these photos. I'm going to go with not. I mean there are a few of his movies that like really stand out you know like pit and the pendulum is awesome. Humanoids from d. I love night of the blood. Beast is so bad. But i've seen it like a gazillion times. Also saw the evil and now i have total recall. I just needed to see the box art. I would like watch that right now. How 'bout up from the depths don't know that one. That was a fish movie. Okay i giant shark like creature. Praise on hawaiian turist community. That's it can cool. Your vacation is about to end. That's what it says on the box man. That sounds terrifying. I don't know if i should He was executive producer on piranha Slumber party massacre. Oh you know who. I build in piranha. Bradford he's becoming a real alan fudge in our podcast here. But look this. Bradford doman kevin mccarthy keenan wynn dick miller and these guys went to play in the same movies over to thank especially..
"keenan wynn" Discussed on The Moratorium
"And things of phone. So did you bring this up the superdome? You brought that up the other day yeah. To we've gotta get our eyeballs on that. Is it a freaking football movie? Maybe. It's Super Bowl. There's a lot of drama. One of the players Dave while lucky has been so preoccupied with the game. And if his bum knee will hold out until the game. had been completely on just not I don't care anymore. I. Don't WanNa. See this we. Can you tell me what extreme ghostbusters Oh it's cartoon like the cartoon after the Good Carton was he in that? Now I don't know I don't know how I got. He did something for rents be and I clicked on John Creek Fallacy and. Just went downhill out there. S see we brought this up the other day to the glove from nineteen seventy nine yet haven't been on the list right down right now or right down, but it also has Keenan Wynn it. Right Yeah I. You'd be hard pressed to find A. Something anything from the seventies have. came. In winning and. Laser blasts I think they paid in then alcohol and we laser blast. Down what he's drunk. The Pool player automatic. You know I'm just going to bring auto man once every. Teacher doing us go back and see dead and buried though. Yes. Up could but Laverne Shirley Jones fall guy. Just naming shout out man he's will using everything he he was a voice of the cow and mighty mouse. The back people love the bat and Vampires and stuff. Click on. Zombie. Death House. It is directed by John Saxon. A renegade agent uses a new drug to create an army of unbeatable warriors. But I'm how they get beat five the end. They have anything in his Trivia here. He. Looks a lot like a spent me from. Our Bill Heart and born uncanny resemblance. Into heart which click on heartens like. Maybe, if they have like a paint Shaker or something. He's a bit I mean he did find if you Kinda went you know now now I still don't see it. Really I just assumed there would have been something that connected him with if it said something about I to speak Klingon I think it would be in his Trivia Want just ask your wife Chino. I just brought up Mackenzie Astin. She's like Oh. Yeah Mackenzie he's one of my favourite TV shows now and really what is it and she's like the magicians I'm like, Oh, I don't care. I've seen that I summer watched it for a COUPLA episode I. Know What She's talking about that. He would like instantly familiar to me too. There are. So many TV shows she watches I just I stick my head in. I shake my head I walked out. I do. You. Got It. Oddball cemetery caretaker's Sam and offbeat Zombie doozy dead and buried. It is a duty a doozy. I could not pick him out of Halloween Ford. I've seen that movie many times. Yeah. No and the fact that he's a doctor probably small role anyway yes. Exactly. He'd come in a long line and then like walk back out. Michael directed to low budget seventies drive in exploitation features four. Charles Band Yeah Charles and Albert and all of them are all over his the movie. But I didn't. I didn't try to click on his director credits here. I always go past director and producer I don't know why. I think it's the way that IMDB like kind of groups together. So it was mentioned of the doomed and Cinderella. So there was one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven. Cinderella lot the shit I clicked on this. I told you it was soft or and it has cy Richardson in it who is in Repo man? Oh. Wow He has light arly any credit yeah. and. You can't just happened to find him here. See that guy I want and you're like, you always remember hits eight. Cinderella traces the misadventures of our heroine who via the help of her fairy Godmother is granted heightened success sexual prowess. To win over prince charming. That what does that even mean that means she's Horny. Toads I just don't want to think about any of these people in the seventy being morning though I would which sucks because I know. It early on. Cheryl Smith Played Cinderella she was in the up in smoke. Oh. Yeah. Maybe one of the girl that goes to the battle of the bands or. Trinidad's laughing lady. Oh. Maybe she's the one that does. Like clorox often the take place Tuesday movie called Bogey Vision. Scream to maybe it's a it looks like it's a cartoon. Maybe, not I don't know I. Know Longer looking at it click it's gone. Good goose honey don't you? Can Click off of what was so close she was one of the swinging cheerleaders Oh and all makes soon we're talking about begin then the girl played Cinderella. Okay Smith. So interesting. Revenge the cheerleaders pom Pom. Girls. Phantom of the Paradise Oh my God. Of Evil Evil was her first credit. I've seen that not too long ago. We talked about it to his longtime ago couldn't tell you what episode. Exterior in it. She was a movie called parasite. Do you remember Para citing? Yeah, I just watched it. I think. If I'm thinking the right girl I think she like broke a alien in the movie Wow. She's credited with captive girl. Yeah. It's a real cheap and Tom Villars in that I'm remember from popcorn. We we did it a little deep dive on him. Did we. And you're GonNa have to tell me what you Don't remember. I, think he was your guy. Maybe. It was. How many times did heartbreak ridge popper. Now I, think live in the seminole l.. Just happened to be, and we just happened to cross paths with them. Get Worse I. Think it was It wasn't a van peebles. Now. That's GONNA. Bug Me 'cause I remember that at least. Wow Maybe. We just brought him up because he was In one crazy summer. That's what it was funny that he was in. Parasite with Demi Moore's well Danny Morrison parasite. Yes and it's a Charles Band film and I've never seen this. Now I. Know I think we're talking I. Think I was talking about a different New movie called TRAE. You'd be able to. Discipline is totally going on.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Don't don't quote me on that. Dad In the cartoon of attack of the killer tomatoes, it was Dr Gangrene. Okay professor got got his PhD. Okay well, but his his full name is Dr Putrid t gangrene. Goddess, what is that? That's it. killer tomatoes eat France. Back as Professor Mortimer Gangrene and he's all the person or are they like this? Well I I like to think there's Like. Quadruplets or something. Or separated at birth, they made a cartoon after problem child. Did Not know that. Thank God I didn't know that. He plays a character named general Pierre Have B Johnson. murder she wrote twisted tells a Felix. The cat he was the judge in the frighteners isn't welcome back Kotter as Mr. Gore seems like maybe like a cousin of those guys. So, there is a new addams family TV show that came out. Yeah. Yeah. There was a sixty five episodes. And he came back as GRANDPA I mean. Eighty probably. Her. Says one season sixty, five episodes. You are walking all around one of these Trivia nights on waiting for you to bring it up but it's blowing my mind that I didn't know that that his adopted son is Sean Astin Yeah I did not know that did not at all. He was married to Patty Duke. Yeah. And, that's where he I, guess he had a child Mackenzie Astin. She's already had Sean and together they had Mackenzie gotcha. Mackenzie actor actor. Mackenzie Astin. Come on you looking at. The. I thought that was the girl's name. Yeah I know. From though. Right iron will. He was in the facts of life. The Little Kid, right? Yes. Garbage Pail kids movie. Easily Characterized thing. So. That's such. A gross sir. Guessing. God. I'm again have too many IMDB. Lifting. He's in a movie called Hill and Mr Farage. If Allen Fudges been if he wrote this movie. Then we're stopping the park. Lau. I'm letting you go down that hole I don't even want to run to drive over to your house and hi fi balance. In this movie. No. No K. Do see a guy named bill billions that actor's name naming the movie. John Ashton has been involved in more productions of the addams family than any other actor in history from playing a family patriarch. Gomez on the addams family Halloween with the addams family. The. Addams family nineteen, ninety two, and the grandfather on the new addams. Family Nineteen Ninety Eight. Wow. Yeah. Maybe that's why it seems like it ran longer than it is because he just kept very beloved show for only two seasons. It's weird played the same character. Gomez addams on three different series the addams family the new Scooby Doo movies. Seventy, two and the ADDAMS family. Nine, hundred, ninety, two. That is very inner. Very Interesting I. That was my biggest thing that I pulled out of this was Sean Astin and that was like a how did I not know this right? Or did I know that and just completely forgot because it doesn't have anything to do with my day to day life. I've got to point out something that we just kind of went past as you're going through that. You know she d series called the quest from seventy six. Okay. Created by. Keenan Wynn. Do you know who came and went in I feel like we've talked about him before but I can't believe we have the writer of bequests is. This guy and Keenan Wynn son e is in freaking everything. You've Dr Strangelove he was. You know the one with the. Charles rip off now I ended up on a nineteen, seventy, six movie the quest. Maybe it is really but series than it somewhere. But Anyway, nineteen seventy, the quest to brothers searched the West for their sister who is kidnapped as a child and is now living with a tribe of Indians starring. Kurt Russell and Tim Matheson Tim Matheson. It's got Dan Herlihy in it got Canaan ran and got Neville brand in it. It's got Eric Astrada and it has luke askew. God. Ever. Heard of it never heard of it. And Mitchell the old Indian is played by iron. Eyes Cody. I I got nothing. I'm my. mind. Is Blown. I'm still scrolling at some point. We had to put a stop to this. You know we're going to go literally insane. I know I know when I close my eyes it's just like constantly scrolling. Van Patten brothers. And how they are controlling Hollywood. It's an incredible. My. God. Alan Fudge in one episode be quiet. Oh my gosh. Name Ira Butler. Assist. That'd be great if every character he played with like you know Keith Bar. Be a are you know like in in Hawk from they were all named after like? Okay I click octopus it's still going we're going to have to hurts Oh my God now I almost feel like I'm in index of IMDB it's just Every actor and I'm just scrolling through then. They forgot where started I, know I still have a tab here open on John Astin. Yeah. I'm going to narrow this down a little bit. I thought it was a good Johnson was I really like and he was in a movie called body, Slam nineteen eighty-six. Dirk Benedict County Tanya. It's Tanny. 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"keenan wynn" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Your new movies I will review some of them. The ones that catch my interest anyway or the ones. I think that you might be interested in, and you can find the link to that at my website. Whip stor dot net today. WE'RE GONNA be getting into a three part series. I just did a four part series looking at jaws, so we might as well look at some other underwater menaces specifically here I'm going to be looking at a trio of movies that deal with genetically. Altered Sea creatures. That humans of below them on the food chain. The film and going to be doing next is called a rip off of jaws in many ways, but maybe one of the better of the ripoffs of jaws. It's called Piranha I know technically, maybe it's supposed to be called Piranha, but for the purposes of this review I will call up by pretty much. Everybody else calls it. The United States Piranha from nineteen seventy eight it. It is an R. rated film. It contains Nudity Violence Gore and language threatened. Time is an hour and thirty four minutes Bradford Dylan Heather. Menzies Kevin McCarthy Keenan Wynn Dick Miller Barbara Steele Bruce Gordon and Paul. Bartell are in the film Joe Dante. Is the Director John? Sales provides the screenplay now. Obviously I mentioned that. This is a rip off of jaws I would more call. Call it like a spoof that plays in the same waters, so to speak, but the monumental success of jaws back in Nineteen, seventy five that provided a game changer in the film making Industry Steven Spielberg took this b-movie premise, and then elevated that to an a movie status, not only because became the highest grossing movie of all time, but it also very improbably received an academy. Academy Award Nomination for Best Picture and they also made the public ravenous for more movies, just like jaws, the b-movie super producer Roger, Corman, he thought that jaws was really in essence one of his movies, only with a much higher budget, so to capitalize on the wave of underwater menaces that seemed to be a given for Corman. But how was he going to do it? For Two it Asli. Knocking on the door of Korman's new world pictures was a former warner. Brothers production assistant named Jeff Chapman and his partner Japanese actress Choco Van Leuwen with this pitch for a jaws like horror flick now in their possession, they had this Richard Robinson script that the developed and they were shopping around town, and it was about Piranhas River that attacked, whoever was unfortunate enough to take a dip in that river now with jaws to come out in nineteen seventy Roger Cormon he sensed a wave of excitement was going to spill over into similar, but much less expensive idea, Co ever Corman. He really didn't care that much for Robinson script but the. The title tested well as far as marketability, so he bought it, and he told his story supervisor. Francis does not otherwise known as Francis Kimbro that he wanted it to be rewritten. Corman wanted a new screenplay. The follow the blueprint of jaws, having a fish that could kill in the waters of North America. He wanted Piranha attacks to happen about every fifteen minutes, or so as well as defined occasions to bring in some choice female nudity. Now around this time John Sales he was a novelist that moved to California and he came to California to make fast money as a screenwriter because he turn out a lot of screenplays once he gained some cachet doing that. That he could sell some of his personal passion projects like the script that he had for this baseball film idea called eight men out, and hopefully he could fund his film project that he wanted to direct the called the return of the Secaucus seven now sales agent connected him with Dole on revising the script for Piranha for Corman sales had gotten good reviews for his nineteen seventy five book called pride of the Bimbos and Dole. She happened to be an avid reader of fiction, and she was very familiar with some of sales short-story work that had been published in the issues of the Atlantic. Here was a top quality talent that could be had for A. A, meagre price, because he wanted to get his foot in the door of Hollywood, so sales signed on for ten thousand dollars to provide five weeks of work as a writer now sales happen to be a sinophile as well as novelist, and he showed that he had an eye for being a director early on as well, Parana happened to be his very first screenplay, so he relied on his tendencies of a fiction writer in putting in in the script, the eventual director on how he thought that the shots should look and how the actors should behave during each seen this mutually beneficial arrangement led to sales entering into a three picture deal with Roger Corman. Both a screenwriter as well as a script doctor, a Corman, told sales to disregard the Robinson script, except for the title and the North American setting. He wanted jaws to be the real blueprint on to do calming contributed suggestions like the climax be at a summer camp that was full of kids. He thought that would be much more nervous to the viewing audience seals learned from his interactions with both Dole and Corman how to maintain momentum for film by finding ways to add suspense and intervals in which to add some humor, and to relieve audiences from the tension at least temporarily. After sales had completed two graphs of Prawna Cormon started seeking a director Alan. Arkin and Joe Dante had both collaborated on directorial duties for their debut. Really cheap debut film called Hollywood. Boulevard and that was for new world pictures. They had come up in new world after spending some time editing trailers and becoming quite good at what they did. There Corman gave them each a choice of projects that they could work on as solo directors. They didn't have to direct together for the next one. One, one of them could direct rock and roll high school, and that was from the story idea that was contributed by both are cushion Dante, and the other would direct Parana now as a former stage manager for rock venues arch, said that he really wanted to do rock and roll high school, because that was an idea that he had for a movie since he was a kid, so Dante he took Parana, but he wasn't very excited to be stuck with it. He thought that Parana. Parana was an uninspired idea, and it was too late to earn money as a mere jaws ripoff. Nevertheless, it was a solo gig that he could use to move on to get better things later, so he proceeded forward with it. Hollywood boulevard John Davidson. He would come in to produce piranha with Dante. Dante liked what sales had done with the script he had fixed the central issue in finding plausible ways to get people into the water after they discover the Prada's the Robinson script instead. Instead contrived things like a forest fire or a bear chasing the people into the river, and just was implausible, so sales had the protagonist rafting down the river to warrant a summer camp for kids in the area and a party, later for a newly built resort there and the result was an additional cormon suggestion, it was not in the original sales script because he wanted to provide a jaws sequence that also would include a lot of women in bikinis to be shown on the screen. Sales regularly met with Corman and Dante in Davison in Dole to work on his script revisions Dante got along great with sales because they had similar backgrounds, a kind of from the same area of the United, states and they shared an interest in old creature feature movies, and they both had left leaning politics that they would talk about from time to time and Dante really like sales blending of this science fiction concept with this anti-vietnam commentary by having the fish, the result of an army experiment to infest the cold water rivers of North Vietnam Cormon though he really didn't care for the serious tone of the script by sales at this point he. He advised sales to add some comedic touches to provide relief from his political themes as well as the horrific elements. He thought that audiences would stay on board if they found enough humor, and of course titillation to keep them interested in what happens even if the.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"Like prerecorded one a week before and then plugged. We haven't done it yet. But I'm very optimistic for this one. So when we come back for the second segment you'll know if I was happy about it or not but I'm optimistic. I mean starts Zeh. Wondered to talk to whether it's after a win a loss on a practice day. He is one of the best quotes in hockey in my opinion so With that being said. Let's let's get to that. Mike Starters is the head coach of the Ontario Reign and he joins US now starts. Thanks for coming in. It's my pleasure guys or excited to have you on the rainy day. Podcast and This is episode six. We always start with little icebreaker question to just get the blood flowing so yours is would you rather for the rest of your life only able to use a fork or only be able to use a spoon boy. That's a tough question. Ice Creams one of my favorites. So gotta go witherspoon. I think you're going to be the guy that you can go to the steakhouse and you're gonNA get your porterhouse. Give me a spoon. I just pick it up yeah data rate dominate. What about you Zach? I think I'd go with a fork. I feel like I could accommodate other foods better with a fork than Echo. The spoon like I think I could let you could sift soup. You can sip it even ice cream. I kinda make do with this with a fork until the end you could Kinda slurp it. I think he can do anything spoon. Drink your milk. You can't drink in a long time taking the milk. In the bottom of the bowl you gotta slurp I suppose so all right well that opens us up the all time penalty minutes leader in her. She is that a is that something. You're proud of. Well it's it's nice to be known for something. Yeah it's not something that I really tell my kids about. Well it'll probably never be eclipsed no probably nobody's GonNa play off in her she to do so and actually. I didn't know that many people knew about it. So you know congrats. Do you do your homework clearly. But one point. I think when I retired I was a top ten. Maybe seventh in all time and then as you get a little bit older and some other guy's been in the American league longtime it's probably fallen a little bit but Kind of Nice to be known for something and Hershey Anyway. Thirteenth overall in the Ahl is where we are now and it's kind of interesting even Shawn Thornton is is Fifth he played so recently. It's tough to imagine him getting twenty five hundred plus. It's just. It's a tough thing to do now. They don't even allow it. The fighting majors half the time. And it's just amazing that you could get that many well I mean back then I mean. The penalties were called differently Quite often there is guys that had to fifty three hundred and sometimes up to four hundred minutes in a season I mean the game was played that much differently and every team seemed to have you know if not two maybe three or four tough guys on their team so there was always a willing partner every single night so But yeah you know what probably with the game. The way it's played now and the rules and such that It probably never be broken. I would think I was set. What what which gave that. I say this to you when we were on the air. It was in the three and four last weekend. And I said when's the last time you saw game with fifty to seventy penalty minutes? Not One fighting major on the on the slip. I think it was the Bakersfield Games they had. There was a lot of PIM's dished out. I don't think there was a fight correct. Yeah that's right it's just a it's just a different different. Dennis Bonvie leads the H. L. All Time in eight hundred seventy one games. He has almost forty five hundred penalty. Minutes it's never going to happen again. It's crazy thing. What is unbelievable? The amount for I mean you have to have a few a few to tens of triple digit games right like yeah yeah. That would be very little time. Spent on your own bench with your teammates. You're basically just sitting on the other side of the as looking at your teammates euro. You're watching it and you're watching All your drafted in the first round of nineteen eighty twenty first overall by Philadelphia. And we always ask. Everybody's been drafted about that experience. Whoa what was that like? You know you go back now forty years. I mean what? What was the draft process like leading up to it questions? You may have been asked things like that well. Mine is really bizarre. Because I didn't actually attend the draft was in Montreal that particular year and It wasn't quite as big as it is now. And and I ended up staying Kingston and where I was playing junior and I found out that I got drafted by the flyers from a phone. Call from Keith. Allen who's the GM at the time and and Bobby Clark to welcome to the Philadelphia Flyers and told me they took me in the first round and and whatnot and of course I was thrilled but then my first thought was on. I didn't get put the Jersey on. Which is everybody's big dream rate and come down to the table and put the Jersey on so You know it was a thrill so I mean it The fact that I wasn't there wasn't spoiled in the fact that I was welcomed into the organization by Hockey legend Bobby Clark and You know what the flyers had always been a team that I kind of admired Especially the way they played the game and the always had some great rivalries against my Toronto Maple leafs at the time so it was It was thrilling experience. If I had to do a do over I definitely would have been in attendance. Obviously the process is so different now like they have pre draft events where the guys will be interviewed by ten twelve teams. Did you hear from any of these teams in advance? Or did they just almost take side unseen? We'll know that was a big difference because There wasn't any of that going on. And basically you were at the mercy of your agent telling you you know there were some teams interested or they thought you might go in a certain round and be honest with you. I. I was not expecting to go in the first round They told me in the higher rounds but they didn't say anything about the first round so And there was twenty. One Teams. Doc then In the flyers had just I think they had lost in the finals to Newark on the New York. Islanders a year so They had went deep and I knew they had a good team and I again. You're not expecting nor do you really care at that point who you get drafted by you. Just WanNa get drafted and It was a thrilling moment for sure. So I want to jump around a bit on the heads. Fine this podcast. You've always been a very quotable guy you're never afraid to to say what's on your mind. Would you agree Yup every quote after every game. But this goes back a ways Something we've found and we dug up all clip from your days in the Hershey bears and We found this. We found this one here situation. Mike openly admits. He's not too happy about and I was very disappointed when they sent me down. obviously I think it was a mistake but as I said before I have a wife and a daughter and bills to pay and I guess. Lines MY PAYCHECKS ON TIME DOWN HERE. I'm going to have to make the best of it and that's not me it's you. It's you video to go along with it cheaper so that leads us it like from day. One you've just you've just you know what's on your mind. I can never. I couldn't picture a guy I the media coverage I guess in Ontario from always seen isn't what it isn't Hershey and when it was at that time clearly but I You've always you've always said what's on your mind which is amusing that to to. Segue into our game here that we're gonNA play today and the name of our game. Today is Mike stutters. Or Matt struthers. That's the title of are now a little background. Information Dot says Oh Tori ously had his name butchered left and right so so the matt part of it event on Kings broadcasts a few times in the little bug that comes under the bottom has set. Matt Matt Matt stutters a few times. Yup and then when I got here and I had to start taking over NPR. I would get these emails from is asking for different things and I would you know skin them and then seat see all right and then I'd forward them to starts and let them make the decision what he wanted to do and this guy called him. If coach struthers coach coach struthers which affectionately led to start sending me an email back. Call me cram about six seven time email which you know what Shit. Read it a little better. But we're going to. I'm GonNa read you quotes and they're either going to be from Mike's others from you or quotes that I made up from are fictional Matt struthers. And you've gotTa tell me if you think it's something you've said or if you think it's something that I made up okay. You know what I would say. That was saying what I said. I just recognize the voice like that sounded. Yeah I was so much younger was it does sound. I was very pissed at the time. Yeah I got sent down because I started the year with the flyers and Mike Keenan Wynn plainy and so they said they were going to send me down and at that point I figured well you know what maybe you gotta shake the tree a little bit. A chance and Charnel shortly thereafter. Which I don't know if it had anything to do with what I said but I had that conversation conversation with Bobby Clarke when he gets down so it wasn't like I was saying anything that the didn't know rile aware of so I can't imagine it was. It was a tough situation and then I went to Toronto and was great and I ended up getting trade back to the flyers saw. It was a win win for everybody. Does it was a fun one to find. So we're going to start off. Tell me this is this. Your is this this fictional Matt's for others all right quote number one. I don't know I just saw him in the hallway and he looks pretty good. Be The cover of G. Q. In no time. That's definitely be right. All right number was that said about that was said about Roy. sometime Two seasons ago. I believe I don't have it exactly. Yeah I believe okay next one. They say you learn a lot of lessons from losing. So I'd say we've probably got the smartest group in the H. Okay well that's probably being yup. I made that one out. I know you. I know what I know what you know it is. Yeah you know what I'm going to throw that one all right Hearing that and like tenth interview or hopefully not listen. We don't WanNa hear. We haven't heard that as things have been going very well over the last though. That was good good to see players back on the ice and speaking of the media even good to see you guys sort of. That's me now. You got that one right all right next up. Its ocoee somebody gets punched in the nose. You put a couple of cotton balls up there and you get back. She's I don't know I don't know if I would have said knows and I don't know if I would have said cotton balls probably would have called them tampons. I don't know how I'll say. Yeah you know what? I'll say it was me right here. Simply.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And see if it's a fit for you they are they're risk takers unashamed and undaunted in the face of controversy to say what's on their mind staying absolutely not merry Christmas I can say talk radio sixteen W. C. B. M. LA hand suggested by we're not going to play the whole thing he recorded today a lot of people stutters I don't think you can would get arrested today lots of emails rolling in Jeff says Christmas in prison by John Prine to do ray sent me the Jethro Tull Christmas I haven't had a chance to listen to that he had Brenda is not she says all my songs sound the same she's doesn't really personally care for anything my favorite Christmas song she finds mall very similar and boring burl Ives is nothing like run DMC although I wish they had all lived long enough to record that crossover hit that we knew they had it and I know they had in them nails says George organ the destroyers rock and roll Christmas Thomas is very happy about the fat Daddy Christmas song Fred it's it's not Christmas new year Porky pig lot of lot of votes for Porky pig the emails are rolling in the phone lines are busy it's a controversial topic impeachment doesn't light up the phone lines like Christmas music does at least on Christmas Eve we go next to Frank in Westminster Frank thank you for holding your up what's going on thank you very much I'm calling about the movie Neptune's daughter someone mentioned earlier it's kind of ironic here in the movie this and this before they sing baby it's cold outside their commenting how hot the weather is no really yeah and then a student the baby is Katelyn and that's the name of the movie Neptune's daughter hi I guess it is already here we never heard what's it about well not about Neptune she's a swimmer okay I don't it's the one of these movies is that can someone musical and on again a woman in love affair con the forty nine it was one of those you know fifteen yes because I had not been is Bruce up the movie they shot this baby it's cold outside I didn't hear that the only thing you know Frank that in seventy years they will have offended the woke crowd why would they do such a hate crime well they did it in the gas phase one of the thank you let the in fact what the song the shot five this popular little spruce up the movie but it worked and and for seventy years until somebody decided I need to be offended what can I find to be offended and they found Ricardo Montalban going yeah you know what this is the song about rape red Skelton and the Betty Garrett there was a comedy looking at the the list here Esther Williams is in it yeah bunch of people I don't know but random abolition very popular among the red Skelton Betty Garrett Keenan Wynn but Ricardo Montalban I think when people hear that song there are surprised at its Ricardo Montalban appreciate the call Frank let's let's go to Brooks in a car you're next broke them all right let's not go to Brooks I was hoping that is it Brooks Robinson calling and that would be awesome but alas no Jim in Annapolis your next hello Jim I just wanted to let you quickly notes in my favorites are strictly to Carol bells by Mannheim steamroller and the other one is Michael Crawford and only night sauce good solid choices look it it's no wrong choice Jim I we're we're just up against the news but there's no wrong choice and the some of the email that you you're wrong about this one or why don't you like this one because of the same reason some people don't like asparagus the same reason my daughter won't eat well maybe not the same reason my daughter won't eat broccoli she won't eat because it's green but and she knows it's a vegetable but you know that it's it's a matter of choice no wrong answers there are just some answers that are more right than others in those just happen to be my answers saying don't argue with me here your grape as with science ladies and gentleman your gripe is with science by the way why you're sending me emails I am off the next two days but I'm back on Friday and I'll have congressman Andy Harrison studio so if you have any questions for congressman.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"And many more are in this film including Alex Winter who would go on to appear in bill and Ted's excellent adventure. Joel Schumacher is the director the screenplay credited to Jeffrey Bom Jenness Fisher and James Jeremiah's now I should should mention before I started the lost boys film. I've probably seen Oh probably six or seven times and in all of those times I was never quite a fan of it but I haven't seen it in a while and given that I've been watching a lot of eighties movies obviously lately will this film when me over in the end well. I guess you'll have to listen to the upcoming review to find out now in this film. The main plot involves a woman play by Diane we S- named Lucy Emerson and she's a divorced mother of two teenage sons Jason Patric plays Michael and Corey hayme places younger brothers Sam the end up relocating to this strange oceanside California town called Santa Carla which is filled with this mix of Pumpkin hippie cultures the residents of Santa Carla Arlit taken to calling it the murder capital of the world there are deaths and disappearances occurring on an increasingly frequent basis kiefer sutherland plays David who happens to be this leader of local motorcycle gang that has been terrorizing the community and one of the members. This sexy female named Star played by Jamie Gertz has taken a mutual liking to Michael the new Guy Michael wants to get closer to star but that proves to be a risk David ends up making him a member of the gang through this blood ritual that ends up turning Michael into this half vampire. He's not a full vampire until he makes his first kill and with stars help along with brother Sam and a couple of Comic Book Geeks with Vampire Knowledge and these Rambo esque personalities named Edgar here and Alan. Obviously that's a shout Edgar Allan Poe. Those two guys are called the frog brothers play by Corey Feldman in Jamison neulander. They get together. They team up with Michael to try to find a way to reverse the curse. Now the origin of the lost boys toward film it started back in early nineteen hundred five. That's where the screenplay was written by First Time screenwriters Janice Fisher and James Jeremiah's ended up getting scooped up for the wapping total these four it's time before hundred thousand dollars listen that script soon got taken to market by its independent purchasers and it garnered the interest of Warner Brothers who ended up securing the North American and some of the international distribution rights now the first person in line to be the director of the loss boys was going. Be Richard Franklin. I've talked about him. Just recently an film called Road Games of also talked about him in cloak and dagger he did hitchcock and efforts including those films and psycho too but all of that changed Richard Donner ended up coming on board as an executive active producer when Warner Brothers got into the distribution rights and he ended up slotting himself as potential director instead for the LAS boys now at that time the age of the main characters in that original script were young boys. They ranged anywhere air from the age of eight three eleven years old Richard Donner took over this because he felt he could do this film what he did for his popularly hit from nineteen eighty five the goonies however the production schedules started to slow down and Donner ended up looking at other scripts and he became much more interested in shooting the script shame black script for lethal weapon instead and just stayed on board on the production side of things he initially looked at Mary Lambert director film she was a music video director of some note including a lot of Madonna songs things but they ended up having creative differences and so he ended up in the end turning over the reins to Joel Schumacher Joe Schumacher A self-described longtime vampire film fan he just happened to have directed saint almost fire for Richard Hundred Wife Lauren Schuler Donner and that was the connection that got him on board and one of the first things that Schumacher wanted to do as director was to escalate the ages of the characters to being in high school because he wanted to give these vampires as sexier edge that he thought would make for a much more captivating film for today's audiences including the turning of the character of star the female character played by Jimmy Kurtz from a young boy into the sexy older teen and that raised the stakes for this tug of the war for the heart of the main vixen any brought in another screen writer named Jeffrey Bom to rewrite the entire script to make it racier edgier than just this goonies Meets Dracula original script that had been pitched. You know that script was intended to be a g the or P._G.. Rated family film but now it was going to escalate into much more late teens into early adult fare and in this way Schumacher created a film that would be instantly familiar not only to the teens of the nineteen eighties who would go out and see this but with elements fifteen films from the fifties and sixties and seventies that would also connect with older generations without completely pandering to them and it would be edgy enough to appeal to the adults in the crowd now although it has its following especially from those who enjoy the T._v.. He shows that borrow from the style of mixing humor and camp and horror. You know puffy. The Vampire slayer takes a lot of inspiration from the la-z-boys. The loss boys of course the title is Peter Pan Allusion the flying children. They never grow old well. That's all part of that. Peter Pan Myth that was much more prevalent in that original script before it got revised. It's an interesting but it's a fairly silly vampire flicked. It really can be taken all that seriously. Even during the moments where it Kinda tries to be but all in all perhaps it's fun for those who regularly feed on Teen Click films and not too serious Har- and it may be a little bit to goofy and contrived to please viewers who might be expecting more than easy baser pleasures now for genre lovers I would say it is still a delight those looking for more than occasional jocularity and candy presentation may find the story doesn't quite hold together to the very end especially when it descends into either gory or slapstick antics that aren't quite as satisfying to observe whereas the buildup but I'd say the best thing about the loss boys are all of those bells and whistles sports very solid soundtrack. Yes sumptuous location shots. All of these exteriors were filmed in Santa Cruz especially in and around the famous boardwalk boardwalk there and the more rural areas that are dense with natural fog. You have wide open and constantly moving cinematography from one time Martin Scorsese favourite cinematographer Michael Chapman and this very effective score by veteran Thomas. Hamas newman the city council of Santa Cruz the allowed the filmmakers to shoot out there on the streets and they take full advantage of it but the only condition that they met late into the production is that they did not want them to use the name of Santa Cruz because this film crowned the city several times in its story as the so-called murder capital of the world and they felt that that would hurt its reputation and tourism industry especially since they were some serial killing some famous ones that happened. They're not long before now. A colorful cast does flesh out these within characterizations you have memorable bits for Kiefer Sutherland the Corey's of the two coreys if you prefer him and Feldman Bernard Hughes who plays the grandfather in this film is a delight although they had originally looked at other actors Keenan Wynn and John Encouraging for the old man role but they were a little too ill and frail at the time to come back to films a many in the cast were relative unknowns prior to the loss boys with the exception of Corey Feldman who gave the movie and is part in particular the goonies cred that they were originally going before before the age the characters forward and this was the first very first of many collaborations between the two coreys they would go onto star or appear in seven films together over the following ten years and then they would occasionally work together after that from time to time for T._v.. Projects including a T._v.. Show called the two coreys that capitalized on their popular pairing now for the look of the film Joel Schumacher and his production team concentrated on costumes and sets and props that would vote this history throughout the decades because the vampires presumably live forever so they should carry along with them those things that speak to them during the totality of their existence as immortals and that does Lynn well to the film. It's not only a product of its M._T._V. generation in its execution Asian but it seems somewhat without a clear distinction in time with its actual design especially as it pays homage to a lot of older vampire films and older teen films now at its core the loss boys is a rite of passage story about the allure of so-called bad boys but but ultimately the danger of becoming when yourself especially when you succumb to the rampant peer pressure of high school popularity your have icons from James Dean to Jim Morrison they're paid all mosh to in this film the Ladder Jim Morrison with recurrent current use of the doors people are strange which is done on the soundtrack any now classic cover by Echo and the bunny men and there's this poster prominently displayed in the Vampires layer that shows us how much Jim Morrison and Jason Patric actually do look alike and and if you think about it both Jim Morrison and James Dean in both cases they were the victims of a live fast die young attitude that saw them burn out before their time of course the real lower to the gang vampires is that you can live fast Austin die young well. Actually you won't die. You won't ever die but you will continue to be so called bad boy's life but that continued rebellious life comes at a cost of losing one's connection to family and of harming innocence which for for anyone with a conscience makes it not an ideal proposition in the end toward the end of the loss boys. You realized that the Vampire Gamut is to make an even bigger family but to do so would mean having to bring aboard more predators of the innocent so that they could all be together gather in the era of AIDS and the AIDS scare in the eighties at an all time high the notion of losing one's family values to do something that ends up tainting the blood with infection is in the subconscious of a lot of films. This film ends up returning the story back act to the family values the good old family values of the Reagan Bush years in the final years of the nineteen eighties now with its music video style editing and it's attractive actors a lot of heartthrobs here a solid soundtrack a moderately he positive critical buzz that it had at the time the film would end up going on to be a decent hit at the box office debuted at number two at the box office in its first weekend of release. It was just behind the debut a big high-profile debut of a brand new James Bond in Timothy Dalton for. For his first film in the bond series called the living daylights it made over thirty two million dollars at the theater on an eight point five million dollar budget so it was hit and it would prove to get even more popular over time with the release of other Popular Vampire Properties that audiences go back and check it out and that resulted in it becoming a classic of its genre and for its era of the nineteen eighties. Perhaps the biggest thing that may have hampered..
"keenan wynn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Twenty third nineteen forty-three Orson Welles starring in and you heard the announcer talk about the fact that Orson Welles was going to be on the next four episodes. So this particular episode three more episodes, and they talked about the law special being next week and I believe the next two weeks off the top of my head was the Lhasa Rhys affect. And then also the hitchhiker, which was a very famous story by by lucielle Fletcher. And she also wrote sorry wrong number and Orson Welles appeared on suspense, many, many times with this was a four week in a row engagements he must have had, you know, some time on his hands. Maybe he was not doing a play because he was doing a lot of plays at this time. And also. Movies. He had already produced citizen Kane he, so he's very busy making movies. He was doing his Broadway and of course, appearing on radio, and he enjoyed being on suspense, and Bernard Hermann did the music on this program, and Bernard Hermann was married to Lucille Fletcher. They were they were husband and wife also Keenan Wynn on this particular broadcast in the announcer. The man in black Joseph Curran's. He was Mr. Wilson on Dennis the menace, there was to Mr. Wilson's. Gale, Gordon, of course, was, you know, seal balls foil for years, and Joseph currents, the man in black on this particular episode quick break, then it's more on the WGN radio theater..
"keenan wynn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Theater with Berlusconi and Lisa will. All right. Hour three thanks for staying up late with us, and thanks Roger. For the news. It is one of six in the morning and in this hour, it is uh, Spence. Starring Orson Welles from nineteen forty-three in the most dangerous game co co star on that is Keenan Wynn. And that is coming up in just a few minutes. But right now it's time to play our game. Cast bright. Is it real or is it ridiculous celebrities? One of your favorites Carl Santa for Aniston. Oh, yeah. I know you like her. She's, she's very girl. She's on friends was when it was on. I watch it still rerun. So she's on friends. Yeah. See, as we're going to be giving away a pair of law. Tickets to Vigna on July twenty first to see Ghostbusters, which is celebrating its thirty fifth anniversary with the score played live by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. You know, I I watch. The new Ghostbusters. Yep. Wow. That was not very well. You know how can you compare to the original? And I can't believe it was thirty five years ago. Yeah, I was really. I watched it. Because I you know, curious to see. Right. And Kristen wig. I really like her a lot. You know, and she's great and everything. And she was pretty good. But the movie itself like the all female version retains it just wasn't very but Ghostbusters is a classic San. That'll be fun to hear these score by an original, you know by by orchestra live orchestra. And you know what revenue is just plain fun. And it's great to sit under the stars and enjoy. All right. What, what collar number six you can call in right now at three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred call now, and we will be right back. Themselves, the Chicago initiation WGN.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Eighty six to may, thirtieth nineteen Eighty-six and was viewed by some as merely a way for TV to catch a cash in on the popularity of the police academy movies of the big screen, the fifty-six precinct known as the last precinct was dumping ground of sorts for various LAPD, police officers who really didn't seem cut out for a career law enforcement. The officers on the series were price Paschal, played by Jonathan perpich a handsome police officer who was the only officer that had any kind of real detective skills. There was also officer William Rader played by Rick Duke. Oh, the great Rick dukedom in the late. Great Rick Cooperman. How much of a genius is he in the burbs? Yeah. Oh my God. And he's fantastic and groundhog day. Yeah. Just put that anywhere pal. And also the lethal weapon, parody loaded. Well, yeah, loaded weapon, but he's visa he was a funny guy, a great standoff. Very. But I mean I really like the sort of the quintessential performance that he gave in movies was in the burbs. He's unbelievable in that movie. The first time I saw him was in a scary movie. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He plays on affairs. His dad. Yeah. That's right. So Rick demont played officer, William Rader and overweight, and bumbling motorcycle, cop Mel, brubaker played by Randy Brooks, who used to be a man king played by Pete Willcox, and Elvis, impersonator and over the hill. Cops Butch Keenan Wynn Keenan Wynn was in this show. What are the most legendary Keenan Wynn? I believe I do. You've seen Dr Strangelove. Yeah. He's the, he's the soldier says you're going to have to answer to the Coca Cola company. I think free verts that's Keenan Wynn, and has been in nine thousand movies Keenan Wynn. Yeah. And I remember him from twilight zone episode call the world of his own. Yeah. That's a one of the most recognizable character actors that ever worked. And he worked a lot. You know, worked a lot in the fifties, but especially in the sixties and seventies. Oh man. Well, and then I'd been even know Keenan Wynn was in the last precinct in an era, opposite Dallas west said that it was really a modern modernization of the keystone cops with a lot of slapstick comedy and some upside down hillstreet blues, and it was it was Adam west I series in twenty years. I series in twenty years. I, I don't know how anybody doesn't remember this one Simon mccorkell Dale in manual. How do you not remember manual? The show lasted eight episodes. I can't believe it only lasted eight episodes because. Everybody who was around at that time. Nobody, you know, nobody will forget manual it. Aired from September thirtieth nineteen eighty three to December thirty first nineteen Eighty-three handsome Simon mccorkell. Dale was Jonathan chase the professor at New York University who taught animal behavioral sciences, this fit. Well with superpower that chase had the ability to transform into any animal at will. Chase used his special ability to fight crime and only a few people knew about his talent tie Earl played by Michael d Roberts, a friend of with whom chase served in Vietnam and pretty police detective Brooke McKenzie played by Melanie Anderson. Who often teamed up with chase to solve crimes. Notable guest stars include Richard Lynch, Ursula, Andress and Keenan Wynn. Again, he's all over the place. Sadly Simon would pass away October fourteenth, three thousand ten at the age of fifty eight from colorectal cancer, and the DVD was released the show was released on DVD in two thousand fifteen so he changes into chooses, and he uses this to help solve crime. Exactly myths manual. If seriously, I, I remember I totally this is like a legendary ridiculous show. So Richard Lynch, by the way, if you don't know that guy's name Google image, Richard Lynch. One of the best villainy psycho, looking character actors of all time, did tons of TV did a bunch of movies, always played a psycho or played a weirdo, because he just looks like a psycho slash weirdo. I do remember him from the original battle star galactica. Yeah. I watch a ton, and he was in a ton of stuff, so. All right. Well, there you go manual everybody, whoever thought that we would be speaking about me animal again, like thirty six years after the thing was on the TV. But yeah, I watched it was ridiculous. Okay. We're gonna break here. And then the news is coming up in the NAFTA, the news, we'll be joined by Kevin Powell. We're gonna talk sports right.
"keenan wynn" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"Like what they're trying to get across with her. But it does come across as just like whiny. I did like when she pretended to be Ned though on the phone. Oh my gosh. And does it was like, oh, you're not feeling. Well. That was funny. All right next up is Alonzo p Hawke who is played by Keenan Wynn. Who is at wins. Son. I didn't make this connection in the first casino now. Yeah, I agree. I'm so he plays the bad guy. So again, so in this movie Alonzo is now after Ned because he broke all of the glass all over the city. So he's the one that comes after him and sued him for damages. He's more ruthless on this one. The last one. I agree. The last one was more like silly villain. This one is like if I have my money, he went on this entire monologue within the first five minutes of the movie, and I was like, whoa. He's like bulldozers three minutes after nine I'm gonna crush your dreams pretty much. It was terrible. He is just kind of like super villain. And this is not a nice person. Which makes me happier. That of his. Decided to agree. Not following his father's footsteps. Yeah. So AJ Allan this is Edwin. So he is one of the police officers, and he is the witness at the end of the film that basically gets Ned off. Yeah. I liked. I just love when I love he pretty much plays the same character in every role Thais cast. Yeah. But like, but he doesn't fit so well wherever won't puts him, it's fine. You know what I mean? Like, I love his little like hand over the mouth, giggle. That's my favorite thing about him. And he does that in every film. Yeah. And yeah, he's the one that introduces us to the huge vegetables. Somehow can you not like him? And that was hilarious. He's the first new character. We're talking about. So should we place him? Oh, yeah. He is new I'm gonna go Griffin door because I think that he is pretty brave to get up on that stand and go against the clearly better prepared offensive side of the battle. But also I'm going to place him in Hoffe because he really cares about food. That's gonna say you cannot get that excited about giant food. And I think he's a Griffin puff. I can accept that. I was gonna say health like hell door. Okay. All right one. Just because I feel like he's. Yeah. He's brave, but I feel like he's because of out like how much he cares about the town, and because of how much he cares about the food that like encompasses all like all the all the things. Yeah. And I I love. I loved his long this his long like when professor Brainard was like, how's the soil here is like, oh, let me tell you about this. I I have examples let me pull out of all of these pockets these examples. I had root of biggest somewhere. Yeah. That was funny. He reminded me of haggard with all of his pockets. Yes. Yes. All right. So next up. We could talk about the sports caster colon. This Templeton up Templeton. He was funny. But he really annoyed me his his mouth is like his teeth. They're weird like his mouth is made to make a weird voice. Does that make any sense? Yeah. Oh, yeah. And like I knew it was like supposed to be obnoxious. But I still wanted to be like stop talking like stop talking like that. You don't have to talk that way. You're doing this on purpose. Oh, my. But it was funny. I loved him. His his backhanded compliment like all like all his back. Handedness was just so great. Yeah. And you're like old there they go again. Oh, yeah. Medfield a little Medfield. Goatee great. He was funny. I don't think we can really place them. I don't think we know enough. And I kind of talked about biff professor Shelby. I'll be go away. Go life somewhere else. This guy sarin link of any also of noxious. I literally wanted to punch him in his lobster face at that Halloween party. I have something I want to say, but it's one of my favorite things. I'm gonna save it. Okay. Well, it was very satisfying seeing him drown in his car. Yeah. L? Oh, it's unfortunate that the police officer opened the door..
"keenan wynn" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"Oh, you know, what time it is the third eighty second. Disney. Dash I think I'm gonna miss the dancing sugarplums fairy dance. The sugarplum fairy me to just going to say that we don't have our fun Christmas music anymore. I know I liked it me too. But you know, the thirty second doesn't change anyway. So are you ready? No, not yawning. I'm ready. Get your life together. Doing a thirty second. Disney. Dash on your Mark gets it go so have professor Ned again Brainard. Right. So he is getting famous for flubber, but they have to like put a hold on paying him for whatever reason or doing anything with lovers. So he comes up with this new like, I don't really know what it is. But it creates weather, and then he destroys the town and breaks glass everywhere, and then they sued him. But then he gets out of. It because he made all the fruits and vegetables, go really huge twenty five. I didn't know where you go at first. And then you. It was a likes this one better. I hadn't laugh out loud moments in this movie will get to that for sure. I liked that Tommy Kirk wasn't like a bad kid. Yeah. He doesn't play that role. Well, he plays what he played here. Well. All right. Would you like to go next Jocelyn shit? All right on your Mark get set. Go professor Brainard has been efficient effectively shutdown by the government from making any kind of money. Now, the IRS wants like all all the money in all the world. So he's tries to create something unique rates flubber gas, which does make like rain clouds anywhere, and he started and he does destroy the town. There's a football game involved with flying football players and football that goes off in the space, and then he makes he makes gardens grow and save. On the thirty second. Mark pretty much. Oh, we're gonna have to deal that pans out with the south. You were so close. I'm like she's got to be almost them. Oh. Close that it was not football. Paul. Are you ready? I don't have one prep some nervous go. Why? Okay. Hold on. Okay. Go. All right. So professor Brainard. We haven't backed he can't you any money for his from the government from last time. So now, he invents flabbergasted can create weather control. It makes it rain in this little shop, and it makes it rain in that dude's car, and it's hilarious. And then they useful guess to win a football game. And they sue professor Brainard because he broke a bunch of stuff in the town. But he gets out of it because he gets on the twenty three seconds. More time than that. I forgot about Shelby. Oh show. Oh. Sucks. I don't like him. All right. Son of flubber is from nineteen sixty three. And it is as I said before the sequel to the ouster minded professor Fred macmurray reprises his role as scientists Ned Brainard. Right. He has perfected a high bouncing substance flubber, as we know from before that can levity a car and cause athletes to bounce into the sky, except now he creates guests that helps people float across football fields. Co-stars Nancy Olson and Keenan Wynn. Who fun fact is these son to Ed Wynn, aka the mad Hatter among other roles. But a love that go coolest roll the Manhattan. It was directed by are boy, Robert Stevenson and many of the cast members from the absent minded, professor also appear in the film, including Elliott Reid, and our boy Tommy Kirk the film was shot in black and white. But a colorized version was released in nineteen ninety seven on good old VHS. Oh, yeah. So plans to make a sequel to the minded professor were announced in November of nineteen sixty one. According to waltz daughter, her father, who hated sequels made the film only because there were unused gags from the absent minded, professor. So he had so many ideas for the original film that he felt confident enough to do a sequel with the unused footage. I love that about will the unused ideas. Yeah. I love the like they just have you'll get so much in your head like a half to put the somewhere. I can't let it die. Right. It can't is not have home in needs to be somewhere. So son of flubber proved to be an even.