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Former US Sen. John Warner of Virginia Dies at 94
"Former senator John Warner of Virginia a former navy secretary who was once married to Elizabeth Taylor has died at ninety four his longtime chief of staff says Warner died Tuesday of heart failure at home in Alexandria Virginia with his wife and daughter by his side when I was elected to the Senate in nineteen seventy eight and served five terms until his retirement in two thousand and eight in nineteen seventy six he married Liz Taylor who was with him when he first took office they divorced in nineteen eighty two the Republican drew support from moderates of both parties establishing himself in the center of American politics I'm Julie Walker
"liz taylor" Discussed on Little Fires Everywhere - The Official Podcast
"Two of the most amazing musicians as composers building this world Mark Him who is responsible for so many amazing scores crash his incredible score for once upon a time they ABC show and I have borrowed from Marks Collection of music many times when I'm been working on other shows, trying to create the emotional feels because he is so good at that, and then we. We, also have is up machine Isabella Summers who is the architect of the Florence and the machine sound. She is the fire and the drums and the drama that you hear in Florence in the machine. Amazing right so now now that we know what you do. I think that there is not really a lot of well known information about how the Sonic World a TV. TV show is created so with the three of you mind talking a little bit about what is your collaborative process like when you're given a project like little fires everywhere and told. How does this world sound? This was an exciting project for very many reasons two of which are Carrie Washington in Reese Witherspoon, amazing actresses producers with their vision and this book. Book. I did read the book beforehand, so I was familiar with the story, but not familiar with the way that Liz Taylor head orchestrated changing the characters around, and really brought the story, even more to life, and I knew that their intention was to bring a personality to really imbue a personality with the music for little fires everywhere, and I've worked with is A. Machine on another project Oh okay, facination nation. She had done a piece of score for that that was killer and so I'd always thought of a time that I. Want us work with her again. Not User sorry work with her. And she hadn't scored a full project before, and it was just a natural beginning, knew I'd worked with mark, I shouldn't before a movie called freedom writers where he did an amazing job and really brought together mark. Remember you work with. Will I am on that score? And Mary. and it was it turned out really beautiful, and honestly he was a ringmaster..
"liz taylor" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Really great. You're going gonna think I'm crazy when I say this. But I want you to picture say, Liz Taylor. Earlier era, Shelley winters just of the starlit that ends up. Like crazy, lady Taylor swift. Crazy cat lady in the future. Thirty forty eighty cats hard to say how many freezers full of dead ones. I've seen. I've seen senior. I've seen that the crazy bloom, and I it smells like she's childless cats in talking earlier about Starbucks says a puppet Chino's now for a little whip cream thing for your pets. People give to their pet pets around and strollers her talking about how much she left, you know, people always liked to their pets love their pets and mental ought to. But part of the whole we don't have kids anymore thing fits in. With the way, we treat pets we still have the natural need desire to take care of some helpless beast, whether it's a child or a pet and people just because it's easier unless responsibility, I guess are going with pets instead of children, clearly what is happening in society. Yeah. I guess someone her age has the desire to have a baby and take care of it. But she's not gonna forego any part of her career to do that or go through any of the mess of having a serious relationship to do it. So she has she gets into cats at this level. You know, what I failed to consider as her enormous wealth, and so the incredible size of her her dome asylum. I mean, she. Could end up with eight hundred cats. I mean, it is conceivable chev- end she has the budget to feed them. She'd probably end probably hire a couple of cat tenders as well. But yes, she can easily have some sort of ten thousand square foot mansion that is just had the, you know, while the wall cats, so can I assume that Taylor swift knows now now knows how to in a sandbox that what part of cat school was. Let's that's where they start start with the basics. Scratching sleep and rub on rubbing up against stuff. Lapping milk cut of a bowl with your rough on the the one guy tried to rub up needs Taylor swift. And he lost his career jockey? Yes. That's right. So let Taylor swift rub against you. But you don't get the back. Little tip for you. That is a good tip. That's good. We have any luck coming up with the Bruce song here. I'm dreading it because I'm afraid it'll be some sort of anti Trump political message like that insufferable killer song.
"liz taylor" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Really cool. They're really great. You're gonna think I'm crazy when I say this. But I want you to picture say, Liz Taylor. Earlier era. Shelley winters of the starlit that ends up. Like crazy old lady Taylor swift. Crazy cat lady of the future. Thirty forty eighty cats hard to say how many freezers full of dead ones. I've I've seen I've seen syndrome of seeing that villa. Crazy bloom and smells like she's childless cats in talking earlier about Starbucks says a puppy Chino's. Now, if will whip cream thing for your pet people give to their pet pets Ronin strollers her talking about how much she left, you know, people always liked their pets love their pets and mental too. But part of the whole we don't have kids anymore thing fits in. With the way, we treat pets we still have a natural need desire to take care of some helpless beast, whether it's a child or a pet and people just because it's easier unless responsibility, I guess are going with pets instead of children, and is clearly what is happening in society. Yeah. I guess someone her age has the desire to have a baby and take care of it. But she's not gonna forego any part of her career to do that or go through any of the mess of having a serious relationship to do it. So she has she gets into cats at this level failed to consider his enormous wealth. And so the incredible size of her her Domus sale. I mean, she could end. With eight hundred cats. I mean, it is conceivable have end she has the budget to feed them. She'd probably end probably hire a couple of cap tenders as well. But yes, you can easily have some sort of ten thousand square foot mansion that is just had the to- wall-to-wall cans. So can I assume that Taylor swift knows now now knows how to a sandbox is that what part of cat school was. Let's that's where they start start with the basics. Scratching sleeping rubbing rubbing up against stuff. Lapping milk cut of a bowl with your rough tone curse, the one guy tried to rub. His Taylor swift. And he lost his career just jockey? Yes. That's right. So yeah, let Taylor swift rubbing against you. But you don't get to do it back a little tip for you. That is a good tip. That's good. We have any luck coming up with Bruce song here. All right. I'm dreading it because I'm afraid it'll be some sort of anti Trump political message like that insufferable killer song.
"liz taylor" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Tomorrow change wouldn't be worried about that. Now. All right, Jason Goodman. That's really difficult. If you need help. Yeah. I would probably say the thing that I'm most insecure about flu my lifetime. Probably height. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. And that things. Yeah. I mean anyways. You can't do anything about it. It's rough. No, just real quick. I have a couple of thought we're being vulnerable there because we look at celebrities, and we I'd allies them we think that they're perfect. But in reality there, so heavily airbrushed on the magazines or they have cosmetic surgery or they have a full makeup inheriting when they're on TV. Example is you have Kylie Jenner. Kylie jenner. Look, why just kinda very average which is fine. Very average looking seventeen year old. I mean average anywhere in America seventeen year old. And then now looks like a model it's all with plastic surgery and elicit. Yeah. And all that other stuff. I heard she had taken out. But anyway, it's true that celebrities are just as insecure about their shortcomings. I guess for instance, Liz Taylor. Well. Taylor, very famous. Actress was born with a double set of lashes, which she hated growing up. But if you think about it women everywhere are putting on fake eyelashes a thicker line, right? So she was blessed by the guy. She didn't like it. I have very long, including my son land eyelash, Tikolo kitty. Oh, yeah. And they're so long that the actually I keep getting eyelashes in my I bought a lot of people wanna have longer eyelashes. My son has the longest blessed. You are blessed up. I'm going to wrap up with this one. And I was not one hundred percent sure I had to Google Andy Garcia, but from the godfather. Eleven. Famous guy. Andy Garcia was. That bad. Interesting. Okay. Andy Garcia was born with a tiny conjoined twin on his shoulder..
"liz taylor" Discussed on Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast
"Up really liking giant. And so there continued to be all through the period from the eighties forward into the nineteen nineties, and then into this century there continued to be kind of interesting reevaluations of the film, by critics, and there's a woman, fluential feminists to wrote about it in twenty sixteen and was. Praising the film. How surprising, it was for it so famous themes, and it's consideration of racial issues. So the fam- seem to continue to be connecting with audiences that, you would know ordinary thinking, my so that was born of and the other part was when I started working on the brew. These got absolutely fascinated. We've James Dean rock cuts. Liz Taylor, all these great characters lash people that appeared in the film, and I, I got caught up in their stories about the book was how you described. I mean just structurally how you would sort of get us to a point in the making of the film. And then we would stall, you'd give us this sort of summary of James dean's live leading run up to the moment where he walks on the set of giant. And so it'd be especially with James Dean, it always felt like he was setting up this bomb. That was going to explode Dame kinda threatened to take over the book today. The truth, my own feeling and I know a lot of good books out there about. Films, and particularly films based on other famous books or whatever. But a lot of times, I think the authors get bogged down in minutia about script changes little bitty details. And there's no over arching, or through narrative that connects the actors with the family, I have to MIT in the case of giant, the actors are fascinating, and I don't think they always are in. I mean realize there's other films. So it was just a combination of a film that was really important in Texas. And I'm a Texan, and it has continued to find audiences ride into well, sixty some odd years later so problem right now is finding another fan deride about this half is interesting. It really is. And join his special in that it seems to be one of the few films from the fifties that so many people from my generation millennials than even younger have seen the still interested in. That's right. Yeah. I think here in the case of the millennials here they don't see it. Let somebody sort of a scientist to them, because I use on us -tudents you know, they're eighteen nineteen twenty years old, and seen it haven't heard of it, and they may in fact, be from Texas. But yeah, there are several generations. I run into people all the time people in the sixty seventies, they say thought of women in particular, they say that's their all time favorite fill. It happens all the time you can go back and look a lot of them's from the fifties and they don't resonate. They don't connect. And I think that thing that really makes giant always relevant is to racial issues. Particularly now with the whole board of problems at cetera here in America. And this Taylor. Surprising feminism in the film. There's a great senior member when she dresses down the men. I love that. Same in the young women in my classes. They can't believe it. If you're somebody from that era who's saying, you know what they wanna say. So I think the secret thing about that film, and it's not talked about much is how wonderful the it portrays a family over a period of years over twenty five years, and I'm always amused by the fact that the kids that big and lastly Benedict have never do anything that their parents want them to do. They always go up on their own and the parents just kind of accept it. And and move on doubt. You're right. Because so many films end with that, and then they lived happily ever off, but this film starts with that. That's right, George Stevens. In fact, the director said that he had that in mind that most films about marriage, and with the marriage, and he began with it, although he didn't show the marriage, but they get married. Real quick, and then she's gone down to Texas where it's culture shot, the film goes on through twenty five years, and we see them, raise a family and grow old, and there's not many films that do that. I think the film is replete with just really great scenes in amazing moments. But one of my favorites is when they're having trouble in their marriage, and she goes back home and is, is that assist, as wedding, and he surprises her and try on rock, Hudson's performances in that moment, which is a silent moment. It's as romantic as you could ask any film today. Those few minutes. Right. That they kind of witness the wedding that we didn't see. Yes. Yeah, it's kinda brilliant. In terms of screen writing films, constantly said vetting expectations because initially it so big whose official out of water and the people who unfamiliar with the novel, that probably weren't expecting that it would actually be Leslie, who's kind of taken to this island land. And she's the one that spends the rest of the film kind of being the fish out of water and slowly, earning her her keep in Texas. I wanted to mention one in Los stray straying detailed. It is not in the book, but I ran across it. When I was doing research, enter Ferber, who wrote the book came out in fifty to ninety fifty two she was she was popular in Australia. And there were four chapters. The first four chapters are novel were excerpted and printed with illustrations in one of the Australian women's magazine. Really? Yeah. So I know there was an audience over there. I don't know anything about how many Ozzy solve the film. I assume available here on popular here. It's funny I was just talking. A friend, and I mentioned that we would doing giant and she's about my age. And she said, I love that film. And yeah. Your it's reach constantly surprises. Me come askew. George Stevens, because you highlight at you a distinction in your book, between directors who Ottesen Crossman wondering on what side George Stevens foles in your opinion. Those things George Stevenson, my opinion has been under rated by the or two or critics they don't find him like John for our hawks Alfred Hitchcock down rating that I think what happened was your Stevens is that he was a very competent director, and then his experiences in the warm, eight him into a great director. And World War Two he shot footage of the cow and the concentration camps. And it affected him so much that he wasn't able to work for about three or four years after he came back from World War Two, and then he made a place in the sun, which makes it terrific movie, any major shining, which is a major important western, and then he made, John. And then he made a diary. Right. So, so he really made in a way for major. I think that lasts about as good as the others, but he went he made these three maybe four sort of major films. There's no question my mind that without his determination and commitment, giant whenever got made five studio. He had to find a bunch of people to get that feel may. He's really one of those great director periods. Isn't it these Juliet evens it is? And I'll tell you something I was so reluctant to try to reach George Stevens and talk to him. I mean, George TV junior sorry, his son his sons, very distinguished figure. I don't know if you know that or not here in the US, he's in his mid eighties now, anyway, I thought I don't really want to try to get into with you interview 'cause I thought he might one, not like the way I was going with this book or that he would want to kind of control it or something. So I never talked to him so about a month after the book came out, I got out of the blue four page. Better. It's a real letter with a stamp on an envelope. And it was from your Stephen, and he said he absolutely love the book. Well, you couldn't couldn't ask the high appraised in that. I don't think no I don't think so at all. He, he wanted he invited me and his wife come up to Washington DC to meet him, but we haven't been able to go yet, but anyway, it was just a very generous letter, and he went into great detail. He thought there was one thing that I've gotten wrong because I, I listened to what Liz Taylor, had to say about James dean's death. And he said, my father was not cold the way she portrays it since my father in fact. So James Dean is somewhere like myself, I was about the same age as Dane that time the sun was, so I'm only little quibble he had with my poetry's his father. I was very, very pleased about that. Strengthen the book is that even though it has all of the, you know, the Clinton fighting infighting in all the details about the different conflicts on set it never feel salacious kind of sleazy, the way, a lot of these star biographies tend to be taken Tyler James Dean of had so many books, written about them where they're just very exploitative. And actually, I wanted to ask you because you must have done a lot of reading in research. How did you kind of draw the line between accurate depictions of their lives versus those sort of flourishes, that sometimes old, those will put in the was I just wound up liking each? I liked rockets and I didn't know that much about him. I really wound up liking him. I like James Dean law. He was a complete mass but fascinating and I like to this Matteo and those three interacted all the way through that, you know, they had their punch, and didn't like being vice versa, a boat really liked to Taylor. And she was. Kinda confidante for both of them. I just went of locking all those people so much that I just wanted to tell their stories honestly as I could and not. And I agree with you. Not trying to sensationalize everything that, that I say about them is in the record. There's a tremendous amount of writing and interviews by people who were in that film, lot of people been interviewed many times, people like Carol Baker plays the daughter. She wrote a wonderful memoir bunch of those, people wrote me a Mars about that period. And so that was a really rich source. Well, the relationship between the three main is kind of off. Camera. Sounds like a really echoes little happens on camera as well with Elizabeth sightless. He's become the one who's, you know, talking them down from that ledges. Well, James, Dane and wrote cubs Monroe feeding exactly. Yeah. No, it was it was very close. And the other thing I don't know how interesting it is. That somebody, you know, in Australia, but all the stuff that went on and the whole audit, his visions at Stevens, made to feel out there in this remote. It's like it'd be like, filming at Alice Springs basing..
"liz taylor" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I don't know twenty two. Wow. Forty or something. I don't know. Well on that tip. If the rumors are to be believed got some Greg Brady Carol Brady action off the set. Yeah. That's we'll never know. Liz Taylor's looked it up because I remembered younger man her last husband Larry for ten sqi at least twenty years younger than her. Yes. Great anyway, John Travolta's. Well, who's the mother who who played the mother and boy in the plastic bubble, and then we'll be able to narrow it down to name. It says when you type in who played the mother and the blow in the plastic bubble. That'll help us that will be on our journey finding the name ever first clue I glue. Yes, an Hayes. It might be. I don't know the name. I tell you that if I knew it. Well, but is that what it says? I just read the the woman I'm looking at first Bill just because I'm doing it on this here. All right. right. Take. That's a computer speed things up. Oh, he's already got a statue at staple center. Now TMZ reports that Shaquille O'Neal has a restaurant right there as well. The NBA legend opened up Shaquille an LA live over the week shock won't endorse. Oh my God. Every and tons of his friends showed up to celebrate from Adam Sandler, Jillian idle men, Tiffany haddish, the restaurant respect lies in southern cuisine, featuring everything.
"liz taylor" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"After that the one after. Can you promise at the president will tell the truth tonight? We'll tell the truth yesterday in can you promise that you will. The whole shit and nothing but the truth so help you God. Mention God you now. To make sure that goes viral. This is by the way, this time one of the only people around here leaving gives you the time of day and trimming it back in your face because you're such a smart most of the time. And I know you went to go viral a lot of these people don't like. I was reminded of an old Marlon Brando picture where Marlon Brando played secretly homosexual husband to Liz Taylor. And was Taylor said, how would you like like if a naked woman dragged you out into the street and beat you in public? That's what I was. Watching Kellyanne Conway slop slop around Jim Mukasa, but after all the panic and all this the press finally caved in and out of the mercy and goodness and generosity of their hearts allowed us to hear the words of the president of the United States, whom we had elected to lead the country. They thought we'd elected them. But in fact, we had elected the president and Trump was basically very calm, very direct and really fair. Let me let's just look at a little bit of the Trump's speech because it was just it was like nine minutes long. And he came out. He first of all he said there is a crisis at the board of this is cut three. This is a humanitarian crisis a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul last month twenty thousand migrant children were illegally brought into the United States a dramatic increase. These children are used as Uman pawns by vicious coyotes and ruthless gangs. One in three women are sexually assaulted on the dangerous trek up through Mexico. Women are children are the biggest victims by far of our broken cyst fizzes the tragic reality of a legal immigration on our southern border. This is the cycle of human suffering that I am determined to end. So just remember that because I'm gonna come back to it. That Trump said the crisis is and this is what's happening that now these families are coming over from Honduras from Central America, these broken countries and these family. Are coming over and the children are coming over and they're being abused. And they're being harmed. And they we don't have any place to put them and the children being separated from the parents. That's the crisis that he's talking about. That's why he says it's a crisis. He went on to talk about the the idea. See this is the other thing because the Democrats will not distinguish between legal immigrants who America has historically and continually welcomed an illegal immigrants who are by definition criminals. And he made this distinction this cut number one America proudly welcomes millions of lawful. Immigrants who enrich our society and contribute to our nation. But all Americans are hurt by uncontrolled illegal migration. It's strains public resources and drives down jobs in wages. Among those hardest. Hit are African Americans and Hispanic Americans. Our southern borders a pipeline for vast quantities of illegal drugs, including meth heroin cocaine. And feno every week. Three hundred of our citizens are killed by heroin alone. Ninety percent of which floods across from our southern border. More Americans will die from drugs this year than were killed in the entire Vietnam war. It's a problem..
"liz taylor" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"A she says the concert she goes i can't believe all these people club is gave their saturday night up to be here with me and i'm like nothing better going on on a saturday night club i mean like it there come on come on tape so they give you these risks beds but you go in and not only the say you should recycle them give them back when you leave i skip that step i still have my but the last one i got bleed for a couple of days and then this one like stop blinking immediately so anyway it's just too dead white point liz taylor swift wristband going in the price back and then exciting thing in that i have right now from our friend who's a frequent guests on the show is gonna be back soon film critic steamed film critic leonard maltin he wrote a book called hooked on hollywood discoveries from a lifetime of film fan of and he gave me a copy i read through the all the things that says on the back of the book and seems like an amazing amazing thing for film fan to read i can't wait to hear about it for anybody who does and that's going in the price tag along with the stuff that's been brought here tonight by my three guests please give it up for travis mcelroy dan vague kirk and jeff.
"liz taylor" Discussed on Get Up!
"On the eve of this year's world cup fever has ordered the twenty twenty six world cup to a joint north american bid by the us canada and mexico beating out one from morocco it was announced today in moscow all right talk around liz taylor twelve minutes the program jailer let's hear your immediate reaction to north america winning the twenty thousand six world cup it's exciting greenie i was listening to your story i know you were part of the ceremonies covering that nineteen ninety four and chicago that jump started the sport where it is today i can't imagine eight years from now where they're sports going to be but it came down to one simple thing fourteen billion revenue for for the united states or seven billion from morocco we all know how fief reacts when that dollar sign at a few more zeros to it i don't think there's any surprise whatsoever can we ask the question and help me out if it's obvious but does this mean that off three countries mexico canada the us they all automatically enter or no it's a foregone conclusion beads it's a good question this also in twenty twenty six we'll be the first world cup that goes from thirty to forty eight teams i can't stand that because then the three and a half years building up to that basically means everyone gets a ticket to the party and i like a little bit more exclusivity a little bit but insane that i'd be shocked if the united states mexico and canada don't get an automatic bit thakur the most popular sport in the world not necessarily the case in the united states in particular what can you give fans in order to look forward to intimidate over these next handful years to create a level of enthusiasm.
"liz taylor" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Maybe it'll be less stressful on my second one and she does remind me she says you know you're catholic pal which means your stuck with me for all of eternity there's no but there there's a lot of confusion about marriage these days i love that you bring up the suffering which is i think the most catholic answer you could give and very profound now were very confused about marriage their new definitions of marriage certainly by the logic of that ober shell decision it seems that there's no reason to preclude polygamous marriages anymore it ki the nature of the whole thing keeps changing even within one man and one woman the nature of the institution is quite different now over the last fifty sixty one hundred years people are getting married later there were different financial arrangements feminism has reared its ugly pink hats plaid head at you know there are a lot of things that who affected marriage is there any hope to bringing a consensus back to marriage or a week all going our own directions i think there's a lot more hope than there is despair and the reason i say that is there's a common myth that's float around i've actually heard bishops repeat the meth and it's the fifty fifty divorce rate and so you know marriage rights fifty percent it's not true that comes from a misunderstood garbled interpretation of a nineteen ninety louis harris poll and it failed to distinguish between people who had been married once and never divorced and people who had been multiple divorced in marriage and and remarried so imagine you're at you're at you're at a dinner party and others twelve couples there and one of the couples is liz taylor and one of her husband's so how do you reckon the divorce rate at the table right well it depends there's a researcher named shanti feld on who has a book on this and she says that for people just starting have never been married before the divorce rates under thirty percent now depends on on where in the world that you you know site that she's mostly dealing with american demographics but i think you're right about the bergenfield hodges.
"liz taylor" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"Real cute i wonder if they're going to let me sit here it was so fucked up because we sat next to a portrait of liz taylor as cleopatra ideals man they were looking around and seeing all the images of the people and he was like you know every entertainer that is featured in this room is appropriating black culture so like black face or brown face no like think about elvis yes like he didn't do black face but he was just copying black people correct and then there's a giant statues of the blues brother's like oh my god everybody in that fucking bb king though nothing no bitch not a person not a poc in the house might gut how scary no no no everything like from like betty boop like digital have betty boop was like a black character before she became i didn't know that but it doesn't price right all yes anyway the visual culture of the twentieth century of this country it's filled with little stories like that it was discuss the food there was disgusting i recommend it it really makes you think about life so i'm like i'm healthy now you know like i'm eating vegetarian all the time you're doing pretty good thank you so much welcome so i got a veggie burger and i'm i'm like you know what i'm gonna treat myself i'm going to get the marlon brando has mushrooms on it this fucking veggie patty comes out on this burger bitch no no no no no no no no hand they just like literally opened a of mushroom and poured it on top of a veggie patty campbell soup yes yes bid cream of mushroom that's just mushrooms just imagine mushrooms from connor.
"liz taylor" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Yeah like pito tools is our lifechanging have akasa blanca and citizen kane do those meet the hype no casa blanca i think will i don't know of citizen kane well but then people say that's the greatest movie of all time i i don't i don't think that what the classic movie old old that you'd recommend like mine would be rear window the great grace kelly is a great movie me storage jimmy jimmy store but martyred over i think that holds up and she is she's spectacular she's all timer breathtakingly gorgeous yes spotless yeah how about well i mean this is obvious cause to go cool hand luke with paul newman cohen luke never seen it i just saw cat on a hot tin roof the other night with liz taylor and pullman you can't take your eyes off either one of them gummy cliffs in that too yeah there's some there's some great movies some classic movies that have that have held up you ever see twelve angry men the original based off a play i think like karl malden is in it and that's when they're in the jury room henry fonda maybe blackout from the sixties yeah i think it's fifties and their jurors it's one scene basically which one room one room base well they have a yeah there's a trial i think seeing it's the jury deliberations around trout twelve angry men and then you find out about everybody's personality and what they think of this case and then what they think about it later and that they have to come to some kind of majority here.
"liz taylor" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"It is now time view disaster as milk helga hours if i can do michelle oh he bike michael face you are the lose this challenge good bye because he was in active duty he rome a past present not present perfect but up about president dictated proud of future and ticketed ticket in sleep with the thing with liz taylor and richard burton on runways um uh it will get that out and then he was also an actor in films was with did he played the which of um in the elizabeth taylor film boom didn't he play the the warlock of something or something yeah he deciphering wasn't boom yeah yeah all right so we'll move on from there um so now lives private lives haven't knives yes i love her yes rachel martin analyst metality the ad on my on my there was a vortex that's my favorite no coward the what have you done theater only one as can i grew up in the community theater but i haven't done it sent since i i moved to hollywood sure yet be great show held cases noel coward is is off the table for you what is your dream rolled the richard benjamin's story we asked target of iowa yeah oh i forgot what it was i would love to i would have for broadway i'd love to be um i'd love to be seymour in lahore's i've ever gonna be hanging vein graham it's great because you sing of course you sing from greece i do not add yeah i know i i haven't done it since since since glee on this soprano a yeah no i um it's it's i won't have time for a little bit because my my my books have been purchased by fox to turn into it film work there yet as hobby writing and directing those sound like a wake me up hauled up missed a lover yet back i saw that throw that in their disapproval don't think i was just sitting on my eyes during nothing but al way you're gonna be directing directing yeah are you going to be what i know of the directors you've worked with who are you gonna pattern your directing style are you gonna be a tire it oh probably yaom media montage ah a monster what this voice.
"liz taylor" Discussed on Ringer University
"I uh i lean clemson uh this is the one i like the total on i mean you start to look this is alabama clemson number three we go back to years ago alabama 45 forty winning the national championship in arizona 40 points were scored in that fourth quarter last year thrilling back and forth fourth quarter clemson winds that 135 thirty one this total sits at forty seven and a half 65 percent of the money is on the over i think this thing plays lo i do agree with the alabama's not the team they have been last few years i don't think tech are clemson as the team it has been the last couple of years so i i just i look at this game if i've got to play it i don't like the side clemson to beat the last four opponents over 33 points per game um alabama still is eleven lebanon one uh i would play this under i think that's the professional player play the under forty seven an app all right all right so uh liz taylor from w j o x birmingham sounds like you're a favorite five that you listed were texas tax missouri washington state washington and georgia i got that right yup at all i do we one for you they were eighty percent prechristmas forty four when he says are that we pretty well touched on every game during the bowl season this is going to be the last ringer you podcast of the year so hopefully we did a comprehensive look in touch on the ballgame whatever you want to listen to you could follow a lance on twitter at the lands taylor you can also find him atlanta's loc dot com that's his website you can listen to him on wjr x in birmingham which will be lit up considering alabama's in this college football playoff again lance have an unbelievable christmas and new year and i'll talk to you soon word oof the ringer happy new your car egos would thank you brother uh for everybody listening out there if you did would you and go gives rating interview on i tunes and we will talk to you in 2018.
"liz taylor" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Well you know what i think in honor of the brave ashley judd i want to point people to her breakout role which was in a little movie from the night called ruby rubiun paradise you'll have not seen that really interesting and it kind of you know it's it's it's it a pit in my says that era of indy movies and it's not a way is not a miramax film which i'm happy say an but so it reminds us that they didn't owned they didn't cornered the market on indy's during that time other people were doing wonderful work and has just it's kind of it's a woman who wants to reinvent herself and so she goes to work in the little town in florida in a little tourist shop and she just she has relationships in french ships and i don't know it's just a very observant quiet touching moving and she's wonderful in it and that was the first time she i think she had done the movie before that but this was like hurrell ranka yes when we were like oh my god she's really special zone paradise called ruby impaired i i like the jason they yet julia for mine i wanted to do it in honor of arch being in texas okay but also timely with lot's going on i'm taking it back to nineteen 56 george stevens giant oh blah i i wanna just hold up george stevens because i i mean it his son started if i any you know i interviewed him at the kennedy center one time and so there's a lot of personal connect of a jewish students me but i think he's one of the more i mean he's definitely up there in the upper echelon of the filmmakers but i think among them i still think is a little underrated and the reason i wanted to hold a giant of everybody thinks of james dean in liz taylor and rock hudson actually james dean's last esperance role.
"liz taylor" Discussed on Giants of History
"And quote and lastly and perhaps the most famous misunderstanding about cleopatra her looks now let's say at the outset of this next part that the study of the physical appearance of cleopatra has kept historians and scholars busy four years and years references to her looks in history and literature have been poured over and studied for time immemorial the reason being as you might expect is that everyone wants to know what the woman who seduced and in large degree manipulated two of the most powerful men in all of history julius caesar and mark antony everyone wants to know what she looked alike we've all imagine cleopatra to be one of the most beautiful women to ever walk the face of the earth we've seen her played in movies by some of the most beautiful women in hollywood liz taylor being perhaps the most notable we've seen paintings in busts all celebrating and putting on display the rare beauty that she possessed waxing poetic here for a moment just saying the name cleopatra brings forth images in the mind of dark hair with bangs cut just above our eyes framing a perfectly symmetrical face with a piercing gaze that could pull in any man or woman for that matter who fell within her line of sight but when we look at the historical evidence more closely this famous image of cleopatra seems to give way it becomes more of a halloween costume in all honesty so what did she look like again everybody wants to know.
"liz taylor" Discussed on The Talk Show
"So anyway you mentioned the andy warhol quote and i've mentioned it many times before and and people have written to me and this is i need to i think i need to bring it up and respond to it um i it many times over the years i've mentioned that the iphone reminds me of andy warhol's quote about coca cola america here's the quote this andy warhol what's great about this country is that america started the tradition where the richest consumers by centrally the same things as the poorest you can be watching tv and see coca cola and you know the the president drinks coke liz taylor drinks coke and just think you can drink coq to coke is a koganov mount of money can get you a better coq than one the bum on the corners drinking all the coakes or the same and all the coaxed are good liz taylor knows it the president knows it the bum knows it in you know he's a great quote in it's totally true but it was or was true um and there is some aspect of that to the iphone by coke's cost like a dollar you know coakes are things that a literal panhandler could afford a bomb on the corner really can buy a coke you know a lot of them by other beverages but if they're really thirsty for a coke they can buy one yeah they can't buy an iphone like let's face it number one the analogy breaks down to some degree insofar as the cheapest iphone apple as ever sold is in the grand scheme of this globe and humanity an extraordinarily expensive premium product.