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"madeline kahn" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on WTVN

"The two shooters the manifesto and the other one it's the you know the facts I'm years there's absolutely nothing Madeline Kahn which trump the one mention of trump has to do with the boy disavowing his connection to John but yeah very hard left marks it it's just you know don't bother with you know just like don't annoy me with anything that's real just immediately turned it into a political propaganda these are facts they won't report the facts it's what you say and I have to say my wife told me that he and said to say I will ginger lemon tree could lead to get air so I've been here in that year we know what it is so your I have asthma so no lemon and tea is going to fix that so from time to time it acts up in other times it doesn't I'm just being honest with you because I know it's annoying to listen to trust me on that yeah but a book and that could be me the the quality of the book that you and just put out with I I think would be a great a great help this nation well that's my plan will see where it goes if we have back benchers you trying jumping from but you have to admit rob nobody writes a book like I do and I'll tell you what don't hang up I'm gonna send do we have any audio Mister but is I think we do an audio version of on freedom of the press to your wonderful wife okay rob would appreciate that that would be we're trying to survive right outside of Cory Booker land we live in that not read this nor that Cory Booker did such a hell of a great job for nor did me in and he's done a hell of a great job for New Jersey in fact is business is done now he wants to do it for America let me say one thing about Mr Booker you don T. ray and this is what he did he wants to beat up by a credit it violates this is what he said you know the quick I'm talking about right he wants to change the present in the face they need an old man in the three ball and then he talks about people right at that clip if you listen to all could go about body shaming right I wanted to just do this self aware of what they actually a punk I'm gonna be honest with you Cory Booker is a public that's all it is he didn't do any great things in in no work he didn't hasn't done any great things as a senator and I want to ask you a question can any of these candidates bring America together I'm sorry can any of these candidates the way they talk the things they say can I bring this nation together newspapers but I wouldn't buy yesterday's newspaper problem there's only one man and nobody got better get between my wife and they wanted to go to the polls to vote for my brother thank you rob you take care of yourself and your wife much appreciated you know folks it's no longer shocking at this point but guess what bureaucrats at the department of health and Human Services or trying to borrow another one of the crackpot socialist Bernie Sanders healthcare ideas I can't see a thing wrong with it can you other than it might make you very sick following Sanders lead HHS has proposed a program to allow states to import some prescription drugs from Canada thank god knows where else now let's start with the fact that none of these states let alone Canada or other countries have any systems in place to determine if the drugs coming into the US or what the label say they are where they're from China India X. Centro who made them so as such there is zero accountability zero ability to know if what you're taking is remotely safe Canadian officials have been very clear about their safety concerns saying the counterfeit drugs are already a major global problem a lot of things really really wrong with our healthcare system but fortunately drug safety is not one of them drug importation is dangerous and it's just shocking that leaders of the US department of health and Human Services would even consider such a hair brained idea get the facts go to true health care facts dot com true health care facts dot com that's true health care facts dot com we'll be right back.

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"But yeah, it's been it's I mean, it's been a good thing for me because it has definitely completely altered the way that I'm dealing with relationships assure, intimacy and. Yeah. And thinking about what I'm doing. Yeah. You know, how I'm, you know, elect Insein feld trading my body like an amusement park. Gorgeous in the hospital. Yeah. The mother catches him or she masturbating. And I walk into the Roman my son trading his body. So good. Yeah. No. It's it's it's it's good. How do you handle dating and romance? I don't I'm still new after I found out. I was like celebrate for three fucking years. Wow. That's quite a shift to from the from having to have it all the time. Sure. Yeah. From you know, was that difficult. Yeah. I mean, not really I, you know, there was a mixture of shame and fear knowing that I have to bring that up. Yeah. If I want to get intimate with somebody's I not wanting to deal with not wanting to have it in up in my grill. Like, right, right. So so I just voided. It was sort of me like voiding it was like the other side of sexual dysfunction anorexic. Sure waiting and waiting intimacy, and you know, that whole it's like, I can do everything wrong in many ways. Not just one way do all or not doing wrong. That reminds me of the best in show, we can talk or not. We don't like sue. I just couldn't have made it through my life without all this stuff. We're talking to right. That's yeah. That's really true. Holy. Especially those guys that the whole crew there. The Christopher guest crude, they're just magical. They really home. Home Catherine O'Hare, one of the greatest of all time Younessi TV fan. Are you kidding me? Oh, yeah. I mean, what what is sorry, please. Forgive me. If you're out there listening to this these forgive me. Andrea Niger Martin Andrea Martin. Yeah. Unreal. And then when I saw Hedwig, and she popped up that I was like, oh my God. That's what I was just about to say the the deleted scene. Oh, she's had her cell phone planet into her. Yes. And there's misfire. Yeah. And she answers the phone by clicking on her front too. I mean that bit is. It's incredible insane. Yeah. She's amazing. And if you are listening, Andrew, please come on the show. Well, yeah. Bless you bless your talented heart. But what you said is really very true for all of us without those things what we have done out the far side. Yeah. Right. Without the Simpsons Madeline Kahn Mel Brooks, high anxiety nurse diesel closely chairman in the I mean, I you know, couldn't couldn't start us memories..

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"Like, I shall Williams and cabaret and I loved what she did. And then I felt like a lot of the reviews were just like she was bad. And I'm like, no, that's the point. And she's doing thing. Actually, so stupid to be like she's bad because she's one of the smartest actresses around. I think she so good. And I feel pretty which like I didn't live for the movie, but she's brilliant issues. Like, the most compelling part of it sees like giving you a baby Madeline Kahn performance, and I was so happy to see her like being dumb and having fun at the end at the gal. Whatever these the big event is like that is true beat before. She's not sucking the be. Yes. When she. It's like it's insane. And it's inspired. It is brilliant. I'm sure it's all intentional deliberate their head on them. Although I will say she's absolutely heinous. Invent them. Why? She and this one what possessed into. You know, she's in a movie it probably excited for her and the Fossey show. I'm gonna lose. Wow. I totally forgot. She's she's Gwen Verdon in the Fosse show, Sam Rockwell ways. I'm sorry. I'm so no way so played them. So it's a fos. It's a Bob Fosse like. Retrospective thing. I'm no it's affects is doing it. Oh believe and it's the yeah. I think it's yeah. It's a mini series. I think it's like looking at a specific section of his life. I forget which show he's working on in the context of the show, but it's Sam Rockwell as Bob Fosse and Michelle as Gwen verte, and I'm so excited for it. And they're like a bunch of normally abuts is tiny. Shea Ascii liking it. Yeah. It's they're really casting like an a bunch of legit theater to round out round out the cast, but I'm very excited about it. I mean, Michelle fucking books work, Michelle bucks. I mean, she's like a lot of shit. Good for her. It's great for her. Whenever I see her happy film spirit because you know, there have been periods of your life where she's been unhappy. We love to see your happen. We'd love to even when she's absolutely learning. Fifteen minutes before invented. She gets fired from her job because she's like, she's literally what the movies horrible, but Jenny sleepy you've said Jennings is by far the best part of it. Because she knows how bad the movie is. I was talking to someone about your assessment of her when she's done. She goes nightly. Thirty plus year old woman who someone who's lived a full full adult life about she's going to die and she. About her life ending is..

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"I loved her. I love Martin Mullen. I told Martin when we're about to shoot. I was like dude, I gotta I watched clue this weekend. I gotta be honest with you. You look better now at seventy five than you looked in clue when we're forty two and he goes, well, I quit drinking when I was forty three. But so that that tells you that win clue shot I was at my most alcoholic, and he goes, I was a raging alcoholic from like age thirteen to forty three. So all right. I got two more years. He said, I basically put my entire life worth drinking into that stretch. But he goes I was constantly drunk at that time, I would drink tumbler after tumbler of scotch throughout the day. I would wake up and do a Bloody Mary to get rid of my hangover. And then be like well now it's launch time. I guess I could start drinking scotch again, very open about all that stuff. And he said like they called him up to do clue. And he was like look man is this guy Jonathan Lynn. Who's a great comedy director my cousin Vinny, greedy, all kinds of show. Nice. And he goes, look, man. I. I love to come do this movie. I want to do it. But I don't look great. I look at it just been drinking for weeks. I haven't been working, and I don't look great. So and he goes well, see that's a British director. So mole said that he goes, you know, I'm going to tell you something that's going to make your day. Mahdi American directors. They always want you to be thin and fit Conal. Mustard. I want you fat. I wanted to bloated. Not only do I want you to keep drinking like drinking. I want you to start eating pizzas. And burgers. I want you fat and just to be like the movies got a bit of social commentary. You should be like a rich fat pompous ASO. So like great started pounding beers eating pizza. It is perfect for the role. He does look much better now than he did he looks he looks healthier now. But he looks bad inclu. But it fits does fit the row. I agree. He's like this this military brat. I agree. The I love now. Let's get into the movie. I love it. Clue for me, everyone that I knew always loved it. When I was a kid always be like. I don't love it as much as you. And I don't know why. So when I revisited it, I respected the dialogue a lot. I respected the performances a lot for whatever reason this is one of those that didn't like become one of my childhood team year classics like I did for a lot of people. But I think it's a very fun entertaining move. I love the film. Quote, it first of all that cast is stellar. You've got Tim curry at his best, Tim curry imagine. Having a memorized that dialogue. It's nuts. Every scene is an endless monologue, Tim curry, you got Michael McKean Madeline Kahn you got Madeline Kahn. You've got Martin mole. You've got the woman from private Benjamin who I don't know her name, but she's fucking hilarious. Goldie? What is she plays miss peacock Eileen Brennan? You've got what's his face Anwar, Mr. body Lesley, Ann Warren? And then the guy that plays fear, Mr. bodies lead singer, fear. It's just a tremendous fucking cast. And it is sinister at times. But it's a very very funny farcical film. It's my favorite Madeline Kahn performance ever because she's playing this woman that is like on the edge of a nervous breakdown. Right. Who you think is innocent? But you absolutely believe could have murdered multiple people. Well, talked about that monologue flames side of my face. And that's what I'm talking about. I had I had heard this like built up and lower forever as being one of the funniest things ever. It didn't make me laugh, and I love Madeline Kahn. It was it's funny because she goes I hate him so much flames the side of my face like barely it was improvised, which is cool. She's it just strikes me as somebody. That's that's about to unravel my favorite line. The entire movie is I got all my money in the war. When I lost my mommy, and daddy, which is Martin moles line. Right. Oh, you've got the lady from my blue heaven is in it. She plays the made. Holy christ..

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Camp? Mark fan camp show tonight. On news talk eight fifty W F T L. So I was had a pickup pogo on the way to work today. And so we came across southern boulevard, and there's this huge sign which I've never seen before that says impeachment. I forgot about that. Yeah. It's a big billboard. And I you know, I'm looking at it. I'm thinking to myself, you know, what is it that that they think they can impeach him for. And then of course, the big news today is the New York Times story. You know, somebody helped me out here. I mean is it just me or have I come to believe that just about every New York Times? And Washington Post story that says this is it they've got him. They got him this time just sort of disappears at some point. And they don't got him. You know, it's like another Mel Brooks movie, actually, the same movie young Frankenstein, the little guy who drives the car. I guess he's the every man he's the the limo driver the busboy. He's everything he is trying to carry Mel Brooks is suitcase. Maybe this was in high anxiety. I don't remember what one of those movies, and he's trying to carry it. And every time he takes a step forward. He goes, I got it. I got it. And then he drops the news. I don't get it. I got it. I got it. I got it. I find that sound too. Because for some reason, I I have a real affinity for remembering lines from movies that I absolutely love and. That's one of the just say he was my boyfriend that lives align that I remember. And of course, if you remember Madeline Kahn in hangs in young Frankenstein, oh sweet mystery of life at last I've found, you know, I guess you'd really have to be a buff for these movie to get those lines but mischief I look I've found that I found that it's not that hard to find. This may not be it. Brandon crawford. Now, that's not it. Apparently that line has been said before. Brophy here. It is. Thank you. Lord. Thank you was high anxiety. I was right was from high anxiety. And I got it. I got it. I don't got it was from the movie high anxiety. Let me see if I could find the actual sound bite from it. Apparently that's going to be harder than getting confirmation that. I was right. Anyway, I decided that this we have four days to eat and rest and do things that were you not able to do normally. I'm actually going to get a little laser worked on on Friday. This Friday a bit Dr Pinski's office. So I will be doing something. But for the most part, they'll be a lot of eating there'll be a complete avoidance of most topics at the dinner table because most of my guests are a different party affiliation. To say, the least although actually pretty pretty pretty smart and pretty civilized about debate. So I could actually do it. But I don't wanna make anybody else uncomfortable. And when I get into any of these discussions immediately. See my husband's is thought to roll, you know, he just he doesn't want to hear what does that? I think I found it. Let me say oh. All right. All right. We're.

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"It's horrible. I'll say the I was always like I saw them in in the world, the minions. I was I was like, ugh, I don't wanna know what that is even but those are those are fine. Yeah. Those are fun. Yeah. Steve curls. Good. I think he's funny. Oliver griffin. My son saw the wreck it Ralph Webb whatever it's called the Ralph breaks the Intersil over the weekend house that you know, what I the first one to do. All right, but hanging out because I'm curious about that. How can we do this off camera? I guess we don't nobody. You don't release just the public images, and my son you guys. All right here, we go Oliver's mover view already saw the Ralph breaks the internet. Your thoughts. I'm not allowed to say anything about the movie it is not come out yet. Oh, wow. Oh, you had to sign a NDA now, but they told me to it's very respectful dead. And her dad told you're not allowed to talk about it publicly until it's released. Yes. Are there? We go. We've got a politician in that house. Yeah. What I'm going to take away from that? It was if it was great people have just said, it was great. That's what I'm taking away from. I actually don't know. You did not tell me what you thought of it. I tried to ask you via the ring doorbell. But. The doorbell rang. So I answered it from the hotel room, and it was them. Coming home messing with you know, they were clementine in her father from the movie theater, and they were so Danielle was answering. It's like, hey Hey, what's going on. going on out there? And I said how was the how was the movie and apparently went into some long answer. And but I didn't hear a word of it. And I said, well, how was it? And he goes, I just told, you know, so I don't know you really don't know. All right. All right. It's Graham while you're here. On this very show for him. People have been this guy, and then the internet had been buzzing about how the movie clue holds up. Great. What year was it made Garin eighty three eighty five. Anyway, they say it holds up and that it's great. So we borrowed the Blu Ray from Garin cockerel. We watched it last night as a family Oliver Griffin once again Oliver's movie. Yes, there is no embargo on this year. So speak freely. Oh NDA here. You can speak freely. It's a comedy. It's not funny. It's fun. Okay. There you have it. But you you enjoyed it. Then you enjoyed the fun of it kind of enjoyed it. But it's not good, right? Yeah. He doesn't never looked good demand. Versus. What what do you like style? Right. And there's a lot of heavy lifting. I that's probably part of it. I mean, I saw it when I loved it. It was eighty five by the way, it was eighty five peacock is great. This is white Madeline Kahn mentally concerts, do anything. She's got two lines in the whole frigging thing thing where she smells her shoes. They're all smell their shoes. They all do that fit. So funny, they all do that. And by the fourth version, you're like we get it. Somebody stepped in. We get it. What it doesn't it doesn't sound funny to me? I love it. I don't I think this is a Steve Aoki situation. I think. When you saw at the time now. Was hopped up on candy and associates. Yeah. Right. His job as the weird thing about the movie clue is that like people kids, the people who were kids when it came out love it. My wife loves it. But and that's I get it. But what's funny is the idea that when they went to make it they're like guys, I got it. You know, that board game clue this is going to be a movie like why would why would kids be excited about a movie based on a board game? Like, there's no logical reason for that movie to even exist. Remember seeing ladders? The first one of those where they took something that doesn't like shouldn't be..

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

Mentally Ch(ill)

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

"I don't think she's probably a nice person. I just don't wear. All. Okay. And but I don't I would nice. Opposite. It'd be nice to go. I want me seems like there should be a normal rate action to she'd probably I don't care. I don't wanna be her either. People don't want to interact from doing this podcast, the amount of people that tell me that they're they like being alone. They don't like going around other people. It seems like anyone really out there. Enjoying air quotes enjoying being with other people is lying. Well, I think there's do. But the majority of people don't wanna do it. No, everyone's drawing everything we don't have to anyone if we don't want to see the commercials now over eat pizza, but Little Caesars has thing where it's an app you put in what you want you go. There you punch in your shoes. Get a pizza, right? Like, we'll be all my God. Only pizza wasn't the worst thing. I've ever danced that I would love that was good pizza, and you just go to like a lion. Give gimme a small. Gimme a slice of to allow money rain in the machine or card pay for it, online, whatever. Well, that's what I used to say. I loved about doing stand up comedy was that you're with people, but you're not with people you're on your own. But you're not with anybody. And people can listen to your ideas. You don't have to listen to there's it's a weird narcissistic thing where you want the feedback of others. But you don't wanna have to be with them to get that feedback. You know, what I mean super fucked up, okay? Next segment schizophrenia, which I know you're looking for because not because the title so amazing because you'll have movies, and I'm going to talk about my movie. I I watched it before I came here. I was doing research today because I was sitting with my dad debtor night and movie came on called high anxiety by Mel Brooks. And. It's like in the seventies. I think it came out who's in Madeline Kahn, malpractice and. Couple of the people. I don't know good. It's really finding stuff, but it's really funny it's called high anxiety. He is a psychiatrist who's full of anxiety. And he goes to the west coast for a new job, which is running an asylum or a psychiatric hospital, it's a very esteemed one. But there is a conspiracy going on there and people are dying and the hospital that he goes to work for is called the psycho neurotic institute for the very very nervous. And the second varies underlined. But it's all about mental health in a very funny comedic way and the movie's really goofy. But really really funny the end I was like, okay. Blast five minutes. I was like this is getting a little out of control silly. But it was really really funny. The entire time the last five minutes like I said, but some movies fall apart. Exactly, anyway, I don't have one issue. Do what was that? I tell you. I gave my list. Oh, beautiful minds. Good. All right. Well, I don't really could act. I listen to connect to that. But if I'm going to talk about it, you don't like A Beautiful Mind. It was okay. What about Girl Interrupted? Really I figured you'd like that was nonsense your girl by me on the nickname girl ups fan one movie. Yes. She did. No, I told you before education and fight club. And those are two movies that I love that both have to do. Well, this is just going Just to say. going to say I'm running out of movies. Do whatever you want to depression or how about basketball dyers? That's like a diction and depression. Okay, go whenever problems with the mother some sexual abuse. He deals from his basketball coach the beginning very like fifteen years ago when he was fifteen Mark Wahlberg, by the way, I'm very proud to announce I saw this picture of Leonardo Di Caprio that was so awful. My crush is officially over twenty five years crash gone done. I'm happy proud. I want out. I went off the Leo trained really really really really unflattering Victor. You'll be back. They all come back. Speaking of Leonardo DiCaprio and doing Sylvia, the aviator. Do you like it? I haven't seen it in so many years..

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The great Madeline Kahn if you don't know you youngins out there. From young Frankenstein clue. Many many other films, and oh she was good. We lost our way too soon. I believe if either breast cancer of or ovarian cancer, I can't remember. But oh my goodness. Was she she was a powerhouse just so funny her timing that right there jokes. You can't go wrong while there's that to my love. But right there for both of them that is that is a near perfect. We were talking about jaws the movie being near a perfect script. Right. There is a perfect example of great timing. I mean, think of Johnny, you know, lex, Don think of big how Johnny left that. You know? She is she set him up. She said I don't like ball's coming toward me. And if you watch the visual of that clips everywhere watch, Johnny he he does pans. He looks like the camera looks down like the uncomfortable mid western that he missed midwestern guy that he is. Let's the crowd just he lets it hang there. Just long enough. The the cheers and elapsed kind of crescendo. And then Josh as as it's coming down pow he delivers that delivers great one liner. And it's just oh my goodness. It's so good. It's so good. Oh, Johnny so happy and ship right there that is championship. Maybe that's maybe that'll be my nap movie today. Maybe I haven't watched my Johnny Carson documentary in a while. I'll do that. Today. That'll be I I I can't fall asleep in silence. I always have to have a nap movie yesterday was Star Wars, a new hope. And then today, maybe it'll be my Johnny Carson documentary on PBS, which is valuable everybody. They get still on net flicks. I just purchased it on streaming because I was watching the darn thing so much. Probably. Yeah. Probably Don McLean now. Mytalk one zero seven one raises a lot of money for a variety of things and dawn McClain has told us told us something in our meeting this morning, right? Lex where I think we have a new mission, and we're going to start a page, and we're going to raise some money for the dawn McClain foundation. Yeah. Because of what she's getting ready to tell you take it away done. Okay. Well, there is a top pop culture collector. He's auctioning off a bunch of items right now, it's like a mop house one of the items is Howard Stern's fart man costume from the nineteen Ninety-two MTV as it's probably gonna sell for about eight thousand they're expecting really. Yeah. That's it. That's it. Well, I mean, that's what hey if you wanna you should bid on it. Jason. I want that. Okay. So bad information. I'll put a show link in case anyone wants to buy it for you. Richie a lot there that really liked me. Could you please? By me, the fart, man. I'll please from our stern. That. He doesn't want that. Now, they also have the spaceship from Morgan Mindy that a. I mean, a lot of good stuff. They have a five pound bag of blue sky meth from breaking bad. Wow. Blacks. Will you buy me that that box of meth, please from to right? Yeah. They Ridler costume from the first episode of the nineteen sixties series. Batman, oh, that's cool. And most importantly to me. Here we go. Before Palmer's red casket from twin peaks. Oh, my..

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Game show. Imagine life. As Hans is Burt Reynolds. Yeah. For the rest of your life for the rest of your life. Yeah. Just that's so weird to me at that time. He was a big very much in demand. When he lost boogie nights. He got the golden globals nominated for best supporting actor who who defeated him for the best supporting actor. It was a shock that night, Robin Williams. Good will hunting which was a trip, Robin Williams and goodwill hunting. It wasn't good will hunting good hunting. No. That was good will hunting. I thought was. Matt damon? Ben Affleck guided. No, I think that's right. Also, I didn't know this one more thing. He was the first non comedian to be the guest host for Johnny. Carson. Okay. Yeah. He was the first one he would get Burt Reynolds, she got MAC Davis later, but the first non comedian to be the coach 'cause used to get Joan rivers. Yeah. What position did he play Florida state right back out running back, and he got hurt her. And he'd always thought he was going to be in the NFL got hurt. And then next thing, you know, it's he's off to Hollywood and he did deliverance before longest yard, right? Yes. Yeah. Remember, the great character in the longest yard, the warden secretary for the hair Madeline confide bugs in the late Madeline Kahn who was a great Broadway. Actress Jeff Ward, Ed Clements..

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I love Catherine O'Hara so much in my scene. Everything. Well, it's funny. I was looking at your your influences that were listed on your Wikipedia page. Oh, and were on the hour. Well, my feet. They did have a picture of your feet. That was my cover. But your list of influences of of of female comedians was just like, oh, wow. Well, no wonder, I think she's great Lucille ball, Madeline, Kahn, and Catherine O'Hara mice, Malia, God. I just I know I want to. I like when I think of Molly, Shannon, just picture me hugging her mutant shall allow it really. Yes. I have pursued a friendship with capital here and Molly, Shannon and instructor Mononykus hall Steiner in ways that are uncomfortable unwanted unwarranted. I'm not normally that person's like push something if I don't really know something but little entrees, each of them resulted in a meeting, can we want God, they all did, and the most wonderful women to get two great sit down with someone you love is for them to also be as amazing as you would think is because not every actor or communicator. That's a risky business, a meet your heroes. I didn't wanna come here Chuck. I wanna go. Yeah, that's so great to hear about Molly, Shannon. 'cause I adore her and especially like with her life story and she just, yeah, I just think she's the bee's knees. She really is. That's great. Nowhere. She on us know when you were Nell. That's how I met her at some party or something, and she was so encouraging and warm and he said, oh, and can we go to lunch? I said, hey, wanna hang out. Get out of my house and Catherine O'Hara to. He asks, why did a movie with our called killers, which I'm sure someone's going to do as their favorite movie that they haven't. I'm shocked with Ashton Kutcher and Katherine, hi goal. And we had so much fun because we were in like outside New Orleans together for like three weeks, just the two of us, and they weren't really using us. So we would just bop around while it was a dream. That's great. Well, and we're the was this before after Ashton Kutcher manhandled you on Saturday Night, Live in that one totally wrong sketch. Beautiful, very upsetting. Do right. That's. Nobody needs that into days era to see a quadriplegic stripper. It was. It was funny. Plus something valid think that's right. Dusty velvet positive. She had suffered an accident until two world and was still trying to continue to strip. Need help from a handler. It's a very funny sketch, but just, yeah, it is especially, I've had this is not funny. So ever. Well, you got it on the show. By now, I'm like, oh, more sensitive things had kids. Sure that edgy and cool now like no way can have anything with kidding it. Yeah. Yeah, it's not funny for sure. Yeah. Yeah. The definitely happens in life. He knows much as I think, like doesn't matter. Let's make things. Nope. Can't even joke about that in a I was talking with the producer, no about it the other day because we both have daughters and like you can still make anything like I'm not any into any kind of censorship. Like I think literally everything is fair game. Yeah, but like the mean you have to watch it. Nope, or like it, but keep making it because believe in art in that way too, but it's just I can't watch anything that upsetting. It's too. Yeah. No, with you? Yeah. Yeah..

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"I would like that. Oh yeah. Yeah, about the man's voice, thrown chickens at people. I mean, that was a crazy one. Yeah. What about Thomas Ravanell? He's one big cereal investigation. So obvious. Oh, it's like he sold coke. My, he got tons of cook for his friend to them in, like, you know, you saw one was was that one girl was the born girl on gallery girls. Was she secretly escort. Oh, that's a good one. Yeah. She was concierge on the side that code hijack holiday. You know, I don't know. I mean, I'm still from the time where you just say how you know you just look at home and you find a ho. So that one more question Ali Han throw 'em says, if the Rony cast past and present were in the movie clue, who is each character? What are the motives who dies and who done it? Speaking of clue. If you dine. Well, well, it's if there, if the Rony casts past and present everyone who's been on Rony potentially, who if they were in a movie clue, we recap the movie clue with people who were on real houses in New York, who is each character? What are the motives who dies who done it? I feel like jewels probably dies. Okay. Yeah, tools dies just seems like the type that would probably get knocked off will, but in the movie clue. Okay. We have to think because the one who dies in the movie is the one who had all the gossip on the people right. Mr. body. Yeah, but then it feel like we're gonna give spoilers away to people who haven't seen clay. We'll see clue already. Okay. Secret. Well, I mean, the thing is, I mean, first of all, like the real house on kind of already got into their, they already got into the murder, mystery persona. So all them, they would be there. Then I'll be there investigating maybe Simon, maybe Simon would be the corpse. Okay. Yes, I'm would be the core. Oh yeah, because everybody wants to kill Simon. So the movie, maybe maybe on really great. Keep it Simon is the dead went. I think that Mr. I think that the Butler is tricky because that is a brilliant actor, Kelly Bensimon. You're sad, you're mad. You're sad, you're mad. You're sad. Okay. So Kelley been Simone? Is him. We are so rude to Tim curry. Heck. Actor, would there be to be Tim curry? I mean, I think it's less about being brilliant actor and more about, do you have a Butler persona? And I think Cindy barshop could do that. Yeah. Yes, fish. Okay. Shows up because she'd be like really? Yes, you stupid. MRs peacock I think would be Carol. He'd be like a really Slough version of MRs peacock you know, because MRs peacock was always like trying to be really fashionable, but she looks super stupid. And he was always talking about stuff that no one cared about. This scarlet scarlet would be Sonia. Yeah, that's right. MRs. White MS. Why was the made right? So that would be like. Kristen take mirrors who's Madeline Kahn shoes. Scarlet she misses scarlet is lesbian Warren, you're right. And MRs Wyatt, I believe was it's hard for me. I get everything mixed up because growing up my board, my copy of clue wasn't addition where all the characters, they're actors. They're photos of them and it wasn't like drawings so about the movie clue. No, I know, but I'm getting. I'm getting all mixed up. Even though the pictures weren't famous people like in my board game of clue. MRs white was like a made a little bonnet like holding a candlestick looking like sketchy. So in my mind, I'm like, oh, well, the made in the movie was probably MRs white, but it was that's not true. Okay. Let's see here. I think it might as white in this is MRs. Madeline Kahn. Yeah, I, this would be Bethany. Face seriously flames on the side of my face, a hatred in that much. I have so much on the side of my face mentally tissue saw strong disposable. All right. Get rid of them. I feel like land is Colonel. Mustard. Yes. Musser Nali because he's titled, but like. She's she. There is something like Martin mull about her right. Any vet was the made. Main singing, telegrams, jewels Weinstein. Chris, Chris, eight men. Yeah. I'm outside the bucks. Bang. I don't remember who is a member that you played like Mr. green and Mr. green was Michael McKean. Oh, so he won't be who we have left and the little Alex..

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"Madeline kahn does blazing saddles and then perhaps most famously he was responsible for the entire production number of a song called springtime for hitler in a movie called the producers a movie as i was pulling this clip to celebrate him tonight i realize you would never million years able to get away with this movie now most of mel brooke's catalogue is like in some ways we have regressed in the sense of how parody can take the piss out of some things because we're just so uptight about saying the wrong thing at the wrong time you you tell them trump no i'm i'm saying you shouldn't be able to use hate speech but in this case especially with comedy you can be very effective and sometimes change society's attitudes with the right joke and springtime for hitler was one of those i mean if you wouldn't think it'd be able to get away with making fun of hitler and world war two but the premise of the show if you're not familiar with the producers is that these two conmen basically are trying to make money by coming up with the worst possible idea for a broadway show that they can think they could make more money with the show that loses money that closes then they can with the show that's going to stay open so they try to pick the worst show in history to produce they find this fucking nazi and they produce a musical called springtime for hitler right and it is a full blown old school style musical based on hitler and as you can imagine the people in the film are just as shocked as you would think they would be and the production number is an old school glitzy broadway number like a busby berkeley incongruous with the theme but it's brilliantly executed and allen johnson was the man who did it for mel brooks so as we celebrate his life here's a little scene from the producers springtime for hitler taste.

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It is a tough pill for me to swallow and again i didn't mean to use that metaphor because of the nature of the crimes cosby committed here because i have been such a bill cosby fan for my entire life i loved his standup i loved his records i loved his television shows not just the the cosby show on nbc i loved fat albert and the cosby kids i loved cosby mysteries remember cosby mysteries cosby was one of those guys that i thought when he was on something like when he was a guest star on touched by an angel or something i i didn't even i didn't even watch touched by an angel i like touched by angel but of cosby was going to be on it i would make an effort to watch and then they brought him back to cbs and he had sort of a second run doing a primetime sitcom and so he did this show on cbs i guess in the mid to late nineties it was just called cosby not the cosby show it was cosby and it was him and felicia rashad and they lived the the character was instead of a doctor huxtable he played a character called hilton lucas and he lived in queens and they were sort of middle class or even lower middleclass instead of being wealthy wealthy like they were on the car as we show madeline kahn was on the show i think dougie doug was on the show again he's talking twenty years ago so i don't remember exactly but i loved that show so it's a real shame and then i used to love the things that bill cosby would say many of the things i mean not when he is involved in that whole tawana brawley thing but i love the things that he would say to the black community the the pound cake speech i thought was terrific i thought he was an inspirational mcmahon in many respects and to think that he was behind closed doors victimizing women in this manner it's just it's incredibly incredibly sad it's incredibly disappointing and speaking of disappointing i have been a long time fan of the television show the simpsons i've watched the simpsons for pretty much since it was on in prime time which is gone back more than a quarter century and net for.

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on WJR 760

"You don't smoke it's frankenstein sem would be a pg thirteen seen after the monster and madeline kahn remember the cigarettes that's a double whammy there kennydale we're talking just completely off the off the change but i gotta say it anyway we're talking about movies like whenever they're on you have to watch them that's another one young frankenstein's on july darn it i'm going to be up 'til two tonight watching this that's what i did the seven was on last night and i was like gosh to seven one minute discussion on this movie the movie depressing i mean i was happy with like brad pitt was happy to see happy to see that cigarette and his head you should've stayed you should have stayed at home that day help brad box get your thoughts on that forty four eight seven seven four four six forty eight twenty four glad you could join us rare seventy sixty wjr with zillow you're not just looking for a house you're looking for the pool that will turn.

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"I want every time i watch to move yeah utter chaos i want people on ladders and carrion planes 'cause i ask looney tunes they just put a nail it and barbra streisand was great good ryan o'neal was hilarious which i did not know i never say yeah i don't have a problem ryan he was fucking terrific yeah super funny and it was a weird performance and obviously madeline connors and perfection so she this is introducing madeline kahn so i in film role and her first seen it was right in the beginning of the movie like walks in and just starts talking like wow so she was just instantly perfect yeah nails it like she's like not even saying anything funny but i'm like but funny she's just funny yeah what what a magic she had yeah yeah so the thanks maria yeah started took me so long it's great yeah what's up what's people subject it out really should i'll watch that again totally time yeah 'cause i was just happy yeah yeah it's so goofy and hilarious yeah well i'm gonna have to switch out the documentaries this week get yourself a little zany comedy yeah love all right anything else any final remarks okay let's get into film roulette the film roulette is our weekly segment where the three of us are all the die and the two high rollers get to go see something good or get to see whatever they want this week it was a winner's choice and we did just that but the low roller has to see a movie that we have deemed the loser film this week that was guardians of the tomb aka seven guardians of the tomb which had a poster that was ripping off guardians of the galaxy even though it a sensibly has nothing alike with that film but the low roller gets to give the winters now to listen to for the rest of the week we had to listen to them use it thanks to casey and then we will roll for movies for next week after we talk about all that stuff.

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"Yeah i i i was very stepped back by its ability to be gorgeous and have those amazing you know landscape shots and show you what fire looks like and what it means to them and and then also be just really really frightening yeah about yeah like in this and i and i do think that backdraft is good at that as well different it's different kind of movies i wanted to see this movie after you talked about it i'm gonna yeah yeah any other movies before we get to film relent anyone else i wonder okay i i did finally get around to something okay that has been talked about but you an casey okay and it was a very heavily pushed that we watch it by our patriotic listener berea oh i watched what's up doc nice ryan o'neal barbra streisand introducing madeline kahn nice yeah nineteen seventy two madcap comedy a peter bogdonovich third highest grossing film of nineteen seventy yeah oh yeah big hits listen comedies man yeah and it's a big like wacky haber yeah four suitcases full of mixed farcical farce it's a huge looney tunes episode yeah yeah and man alive that i love this so fun is so fun yeah and i've talked about with the pacing beginning middle end the the way this film just escalates and escalates totally absolutely ludicrous craziness going down the street san francisco fucking love that kind of ship to out of control like the end of the blues brothers.

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"madeline kahn" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"madeline kahn" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"Yeah i i i was very stepped back by its ability to be gorgeous and have those amazing you know landscape shots and show you what fire looks like and what it means to them and and then also be just really really frightening yeah about yeah like in this and i and i do think that backdraft is good at that as well different it's different kind of movies i wanted to see this movie after you talked about it i'm gonna yeah yeah any other movies before we get to film relent anyone else i wonder okay i i did finally get around to something okay that has been talked about but you an casey okay and it was a very heavily pushed that we watch it by our patriotic listener berea oh i watched what's up doc nice ryan o'neal barbra streisand introducing madeline kahn nice yeah nineteen seventy two madcap comedy a peter bogdonovich third highest grossing film of nineteen seventy yeah oh yeah big hits listen comedies man yeah and it's a big like wacky haber yeah four suitcases full of mixed farcical farce it's a huge looney tunes episode yeah yeah and man alive that i love this so fun is so fun yeah and i've talked about with the pacing beginning middle end the the way this film just escalates and escalates totally absolutely ludicrous craziness going down the street san francisco fucking love that kind of ship to out of control like the end of the blues brothers.

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