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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Here's The Thing

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

06:44 min | Last month

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"He said. And peter change the dialect made him a boy from the north country and completely changed everything and he's the performance that's recorded for posterity of lincoln center all the one from the production. Then he took a long pause and looked at me and said naughty. Boys very naughty and sure enough. I go see it. And there's tony saying all his lines like this and this and this and doing olivia course. Anyway i would find myself in my acting. I thought i got who who is in my head like i'm trying to channel like i think i'm getting tricked into doing a voice here. My woohoo mike gabel. Am i brando with the something beating on the door in my head that i got to get rid of and just try to make it make it my own but when you arrive i wanna get to kubrick when you arrive on the set to shoot that from head. You read burgess says book. Oh yeah stanley called me up. I'm shooting out in borehamwood with braun. Fold so i was going out close to his house. He lived out there said. Would i come to him lunchtime. I'm sure so. I went to see him. He was a very pleasant very nice and all the rest of it. But just chit chat you know and the ns block stanley. I've gotta get back Get into makeup but it was there anything you particularly. Want to talk. Demand bounce Real me and he said he s a book. I'm thinking They said no. Watch the book. And i could see anyone. Tell me i mean. I'm i'm the one who's going to be starring this million. He didn't even want to tell me. The book was called at that was just is nature. That was just the way he walks now and he said read the book. Have you heard of it. I would know he went really cult book. I went no sorry he said. Read it and call me. So i started reading. This book founded real struggle to get through the first shine. Oh my god. They can't make a film of this. Now they're gonna do. And then i read it again and the woods. The language became a little more. Glossary going i. You gotta go back to the glossary. Yeah all the time. That i felt that i knew pretty well and i said to myself. Holy god this could be an amazing movie. I mean forget the kubrick element just on the book. And then i read it a third time before i called and this time. I knew that this was one hell of a box so i called him. I said i read that book. Now this is a week of gunpowder. He thought i was going to call him next day and he goes who a i said look i was very sarah. Read it three times. I wanted to make sure. When i spoke to you i could do so with the sutton amount of command of the material now. In the meantime. I have met in home. I said he. And god how nice i hadn't seen for years is what are you doing well. I'm doing this thing. But stanley kubrick. And i saw him kind of. I said what he goes. Watch that bastard. I went really. Why what he goes. That son of a bitch offered me napoleon. He said i was out to his house for eighteen months. I was the best friends of the family the whole deal and then suddenly i couldn't get him on the phone i went. Oh my god. You're kidding so when i had this call with google break i had this information because it happened just a couple of days before so i sent to stanley. Are you offering me the pots. And there was silence and he said what ask. Because i didn't realize a young. I didn't know you asked great directors stuff like that. Let's have no ian home. Here shall yeah. That's the incredible malcolm mcdowell. If you like here's the thing don't keep it to yourself. Tell a friend you can subscribe to. Here's the thing on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts when we come back malcolm tells us how alex to large came by his iconic. Look that is cobb peace over trousers and such long long eyelashes and talks about some more recent projects playing a serial killer in the film. Evil anco talent agent in. 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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I felt something for her very loyal to earn I. Felt that I wanted to be there for this occasion and I was going to call her out. and has asked cold them from California and they went Oh. Yes. We'll get to that and wearing. So we get there and I'm going to the theater and as I'm about to walk on. I turned today said is Christine's here right and she's a Malcolm Christine Pasta way. Oh. Sorry to be down about it but I went what and and they shoved me on the stage and I of I was in shock. You know because you're she couldn't have been that old. And I. I really do credit her. In. A way for me starting my career in movies because if she hadn't slapped me so hot actually it was a punch right in if in the audition if. I don't think I would have gotten the pods. And it just knocked me into another realm and. I became infuriated and concentrated and animated like a caged tiger and. Around the stage. Furious because I've been so humiliated. She hit me so hard rock based out. Not Me Stupid I. found myself just with tears running down my cheeks you know and and and she was a little cockney. They, say in Liverpool. Hard knock. She was a great girl. She was a great go listen. We've been talking for so long I got I got around rat we'll wrap we'll wrap it up but I gotta go because somebody waiting for me for dinner over. Malcolm for spending so much time. Hey, you great. You guys all of you and thanks so much for making it. So, much fun and the next time I should do the whole Colella thing because holy God some great ones sitting there with Helen and John gielgud watching dailies all out of focus. We're watching it's all out of focus and suddenly it starts and John Goes Ooh I think it's a sin goal. Think gets more and more into focus. We realize that it was right up Helen's skirts. No Nixon was actually held. Off Hold. Any goes. No not a sinkhole food, but it's Also. No I will say goodbye. Thank you Malcolm. Thank you. Thank you. I. Just want to thank you Karen and I wanNA thank Chris Roth and Gino Salleh Mohd for making this possible. Yeah. Thank you for spending so much time with us and I want. I will recommend Charlie show on becoming on in central Florida and Charlie's to look them up. The plus has been Gilbert Godfrey to mazing colossal podcasts with my hosts Frank Santo Padre Hey we've been talking to a man who is worth waiting for the Great Malcolm McDowell Okay Malcolm. We'll talk to you again sometimes. Thank human.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:09 min | 8 months ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"During the making of Qalilya Law I knew. That you were actually having sex. With. My Wife. Where did you read that Gilbert? Yeah. I already you're. Now you're now blowing smoke through. Your ass. There's no quotes say that I never had sex other than privately at home and not the horse. No. But that got close. No of course now. You know this no way on a set. Anyway you could have sex the WANNA heard the where they had sex with Julie Christie and Donald So. Yes they didn't adult. Bull. Yeah. That's bull. No but there are so many great stories about Kalibbala that in this pandemic I have been literally thinking, I'm going to do a one man show about the making of Kalibbala after and and the absolute bullshit that went down with go dow. Yeah and Bob Guccione I heard. About onstage, wearing a toga over your bluejeans. While I did you hear that thinking? Not Do that but what are we gonNa do is actually going to make a documentary about it and I'll use like in like in. Never Apologize. I'll. Use a stage performance to join all the bits together. But the stories are I mean it's you know Sodom and Gomorrah, of course, mid late seventies it's. I mean it's Rome it's. Goal Vidal having you know. Queenie fits all over the place drunken calls four in the morning. And You know as a goal off God's sake it's four o'clock I've got a six o'clock goal look. What's the problem now? As you know the best thing is not come on set. If upset you, you know. And he's like, you're, you've really disappointed me album really I mean you really have you're not doing my stuff. Look. We've got to make it work. Doesn't work the way you've written it. And this? This went on at night. You know. But when I first met with Gaw I said to him, who's WHO's GONNA pay for? It is the and he said, well, this man called, Bob Guccione. Isn't he a pornographer the Penthouse guy and he goes Malcolm just think of him as one of the Warner brothers. Ask. Can you believe this? I love that movie started out in life as Gorby dolls curricula. I know the title. I'm I said, go you had. The. Pleasure and the benefit of taking your name off this movie Yes, I'm stuck their had my. Face. I'm stuck I can't withdraw my services. I love to I. Love to come. I just got a grin and bear it. You've got to one man. And I go I cannot do buggery I'm sorry. I mean I have I. do have a career outside of this and I will not okay are the bride I am not The groom I can't do it. It just goes against the grain. You know this is the seventy s people weren't ready for that for the male to be up somebody's body on sixty foot screen. No. CONTO dotting cannot do it. Don't want to do it and then. He'd said he'd say to me Malcolm your such a prude. As a prude I'm the guy did co quick orange for. Christ's sake. I mean I'm approved I. A bantering went on. And then the producer went away for a week long weekend he came back all refreshed and I said Franco Rossellini. I said Franco you look so happy where have you been dialing I went to New York and I had a wonderful time I went to this club, the meat market call the Ville. Oh. Oh. I've heard of that. Club right because. What they do in the ambulance. GonNa Stage from people fist fuck. They. They, they put their. I went. Oh. You know what I'll. The group are fish forgive. That's what I'll do. Thank you very much. So I tell the director. I said we'll have to an issue. And you know I can put my hand into a great big Tub of laude. And stick my thing up as I'm saying I can get a Caesar in the name of the. Senate and the people role. And he goes. Great. was sitting with sitting on the set and waiting to do the sequence and you know the girl comes in the actress and I said I'm. I'm so sorry it. You know it's all we're just going to affect if not the won't be any bath flashed or any anything like that. You won't feel anything. You know we'll just simulate copulation. She said I really. So, sweet she goes I don't mind whatever you want to do. And then I went whose this person with all these people, twelve people like like the heavyweight champion of the world is coming into the ring you know and they went oh, that's the guy that's playing the groom. And I mobile who all these people they said. Well, that's his family. I mean. What. Does. He know that I'm GonNA stick my fist his ass. I said, please get the family members of the set. This is. This is GonNa be humiliating. I'm will somebody please go up and explain exactly what he's GonNa do. So, of course, the guy was horrified horrified and said, look you know make. Gentle as I can. Of course, simulate and stick my face.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:34 min | 8 months ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Must make you ready for the old trivial. And there it's the cricket whites. With a protected, the cod piece. And then the other little bits and then I brought him a yard of eyelash from Bieber as a gift and he said put it on where it I went me he goes yeah. Let me say it and took pictures of one eye two eyes. And then he called me the next day and he goes. You just GonNa wear it on one I. It's you're looking at your face and you think what's wrong and you can't see it immediately it's very disconcerting. Love. It's funny that singing in the rain is the in a way. It's an inspired choice, but it's an in a way. It's the obvious choice. You saw Alyx a lover of life. Yeah and Zach and The song made sense. Of course, you know the story in over a year later. And everybody's talking about seeing in the rain and you know and. I come out to Hollywood's and. I had a warner brothers minder who said Malcolm, there's a great party in the flats Beverly Hills and I you know people like Rosemary Clooney and. Great Stars are going to be there or do you want to go and I went yeah that's why I'm here. I'm dying to meet them Oh my God. Yes. Please to go along and he goes Oh, I went I said he went to get me a glass of wine as we came back and he said. You won't believe it but gene Kelly said, do you wanNA say are went. Oh my God. Yes please. So we walked up to gene Kelly need had had his back to us and the mind tapped him on the shoulder and he turnround instantly saw me and he looked me up and down and he said Oh gene. This is Malcolm McDowell and he just looked at me and he turned and walked off. And Cause the mind that was embarrassed started to apologize said, Hey, don't apologize. I took this man's great moment. One of them he's got many unlike me I've only got the one. Said I took that moment and turned it on its head. Of course he's not thrilled. Of course I understand. He's pissed he hates my guts. Okay. So I let it drop forty years later telling that story at the academy. Screening I think for the fortieth anniversary. And this lady comes up lovely lady comes up and goes Malcolm I'm. Jeans widow. And I wanNa tell you something he wasn't pissed with you. He was pissed at qb Rick and I said. Well I can understand that because it's easy to be pissed at him but why and she said because he never paid him. How? Often Oh what a twist. You are good friends with Peterborough to. Well I wasn't good friends but we were. We worked together and I adored him I wouldn't claim that I was a great friend. But every time we saw each other we give a hug and a chat. Old Actors do 'cause he was older than me, but I always loved him in our member the first time I saw him. was. I was an extra. SMALLPO-, very small popular think. I'd twelve lines in Shakespeare play at the aldwych the row Shakespeare Company and Somebody said to me Oh and Malcolm, why don't you come with a bring a bottle party up in Hampstead and? We're all going went. Yeah. I'll go I'll go. Grab a bottling come on up. So we're APPS IN SOMEBODY'S I. Don't know who's house it was. Enjoying, you know young actors full of the. Joys of. And suddenly, there was a quiet. And I looked and they're standing could just come in was this Greek. God. who had this flaxen blond hair? was. Thin. As a rail had these long boots to the knees with his jeans tucked in them, he was smoking a cigarette. With You know a cigarette holder. And there he was the great Peter O'Toole. Lawrence Arabia himself so That was the first time I saw him. Of course you know I always loved his work and and you know I worked with Robert Shaw who was a great friend of peaches and So I worked with Robert and on my second movie and Robert was very bitter about pizzas success in a weird way. Because You know. We go back to learn some Arabia album was cast as Lawrence yes and So they went to the lawyer's office with Sam Spiegel who produced the movie for David Lean directed it goes and. Album. They're looking through the things now but goes I see here the this is not for one picture. This is a three picture deal. This Spiegel what's the other two? And Sam's bill goes well I. Don't know yet. Albert but you will be under contract for two more pictures and how it goes. If I don't know what they saw, I'm not signing my life away. Sorry and they got up with his lawyer and he walked out now I don't know whether that's true. It's a good story. Good. So. Now here comes the his the thing now. Looking around and they hear this I know is true. Because I know the people involved they hear that this young actor Cold Robert Shaw is in a play. Called the long, the short and the tall, and it's an tryout IM- Bristol. Bristol. So. They jump into a car and they go drive to Bristol to watch the play. And watching the play and afterwards, and of course, Roberts being cold is agent and said, look out because you're going to get these producers, heavy hits us they're looking for someone to play Lawrence one of the great great pots and so rub it is like whoa now So after the play, there's Robert in his dressing room and all these people walk straight past his room to the next room, which is the actor. Peter. O'Toole. Who was also in the play and it was directed by my friend Lindsay Anderson who directed my first movie if and a lucky man. And Lindsey told me that poor Robert. They had decided after seeing the play. The one they wanted was page road to. and. That was completely out of left field. So Robert was always and you know Robert was a damn good actor. You know of course. Sure. And he was he was a wonderful writers well, but He was an alcoholic you know and I love the. which he wrote. which he wrote exactly yes. Yes. See I can story as. He had all those other talents. Yeah, he did. Yeah, what about James? Mason? I mean you the people we read in the intro that you've worked with ours Christopher James Mason, of course, your friend John Gielgud. Savelli Gilbert does a pretty fair James Mason Impression Malcolm do don't do it do it. Grant Jim Nations Maija.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:58 min | 8 months ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"As I promised you in the life show, there is a part to. Do this Malcolm McDowell and to cousy was so much fun. and. Here it is now. Are Part to bow down. Whose idea was it to have singing in the rain? You know who it was. The truth is. And I didn't realize this. But when I went to London, did this thing for the? File whatever. Yeah the British Film Institute and we're doing a name for you know whatever? and. The Guy said you. You know it's interesting but you You weren't just an actor for higher you were a collaborator. I guess I was absolutely. Because, he wouldn't do anything without checked. And Vice, VERSA So that when we will have a tremendous problem with the scene. Which in the book is written the The droops come in throw bottles through a window and he'd had all the window made of sugar glass. And A. You know. But. The whole thing about it was not kept saying to him I can't do that and he goes well, why not because? It's it's just. It's it's real. It's realistic. We're not making. It's too realistic. This got to be some. It's got to be in with some style Akon just go in and behave now, suddenly a vicious hoodlum. There's gotTa be a style to it. And this went on for I mean literally five days the camera did not turn. He shoved all the crew out into the garden. They put a marquee tent up they. They all sat out there while we just sat around the set and then every morning I'd arrive and I'd see Harrods furniture vans and there were changing all the furniture because he thought maybe that's where the answer lay. About on the fifth day, I was now getting very bored. As he passed me, I'm sitting on the stairs and he just said, can you dance? That's only set And I jumped up and our went can I dance? And I literally ad-lib the whole scene smacking a whacking kicking as a source of. Total comedy. I mean. It was outrageous. It was like A. The moment when sellers started to see. Kyle. Strangelove yeah. Yeah. That's completely Improvised and and then I began to figure member. So he went off a push me in the car we went up he obviously, he loved it. He had his handkerchief in his mouth and he was laughing so hard tears were running down his cheeks he was laughing so so outrageous and then we had this actress. horsey toy. And you know now whacking her around and. Cutting the L. titties off and they'll think and she's grown good I. Hope we have more costume. couple. Own People Forget it's a black comedy. Course, of course, I mean there's an joins back to his drove back to his house bought the rights to singing in the rain went back and we just took a week to re shoot shoot the whole thing. But I remember standing outside with just had dinner outside going to my car with Stanley and he said to me. He goes. Yeah. Well, you know. I said to him what am I? What do you think? What am I gonNA wear and he goes yeah. And he sort of paused any went? What have you got I went what? What have I got? Ta. This is a futuristic movie where I think I've got. FLASH GORDON'S CAPE. The only thing I've got a the only thing I've got my cricket gear in the car and he said I wanNA. See it. Okay. So I put it on and he goes on what's this I said well, that's the protector for your balls. And he said where it on the outside..

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:33 min | 8 months ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Always start big and bring eighteen. Oh thank God for. Jesus why didn't we know that? And we. Stopped big and then he brings it in an Allen. So we go back to the table sit down there in the green room and he goes. You know it's so brave. So brave of Larry to do that. I went yeah. It's very brave to make a complete idiot of yourself and I think it is brave. He goes. Why don't we do it? Why don't we? You Know Younger Act why we I went play. He goes yes. Let's do it. You gotta be fucking Joking Gripe. Not. Let's to it. So they go. Okay. Let's go from the top. So the top was him ring the doorbell opening the door and going yes. And he goes are you? So. So so Okay Action Doorbell Rings Open, it? Yes. That's the only word we got out. We started laughing so hard that is the end advantix therapy. All Michael apted was. How do I love the seven up series that he did to Michael apted of brilliant wonder. He's fantastic. Wonderful film making we will return to Gilbert Godfrey. Jr. Amazing. 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What's funny about two as I love the I love them the general how the generations work. That were inspired in a way to be an actor by seeing Finney at saying I do that and then years later you're very oldman had the same experience watching you. Yeah Yeah it's amazing. Isn't it is. That you tell him at any pie. Did I did It difficult to talk to even though he produced if my first movie and a lucky. Man. Albert his company memorial enterprises. Produced. It. He didn't really produce it but his partner did Michael Edwin who was an as well, very nice guy. But. Albert been on a world tour when we were shooting if. Nine, hundred and sixty, eight I. Think he's done Tom Jones and all the money was coming in and he had to get out of England for a year so that he wouldn't have to pay tax. So he did a world trip I mean he went everywhere Tahiti you name it. Albert Finney from Salford near Manchester was doing his thing. Anyway. he came to. He saw some of the dailies if of that movie and. 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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And I think people's relationships with movies can change your relationship with going over the years has has it changed at all in that whole completely. I think for the first five years, I resented it. Sick of it. You know, I've done it and moving on and everybody wanted me to do the same damn part? And there's only one part like that. And that's it. You know, such a great masterpiece of a book that Burgess roads Anthony Burgess. And of course, the great film cubic directed, you know, you can't really do much better than that. But for an actor you can't live in the past or on your laurels. You have to move on to do have stuff, and you know, I'm working actor. So I was just more interested in moving on, you know. So I rather resented it at first because we're getting parts we're getting from this just wanted to talk about that, you know, nothing else, and they couldn't get past it. Well, of course, I understand now why because it was such a groundbreaking film. It had such a special look to it and sound, you know, it was unique in every way and people, of course, copied everything about it. Even band names copied the colored wigs the colored make-up's David Bowie dressed like me in many shows must have been surreal. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean, you know, mindful of the time was well Conti come up with something original. But to be honest with you, David Bowie, could do whatever he wanted. Just a genius. Yeah. I loved him. I, but I don't know, you know. So then then after maybe ten years and the film was withdrawn here in England. Yes. But in the rest of the world, you could see it and. So what I was getting was from universities, all the kids were putting up the post pictures of my face with the eyelash and all the rest of it in the the kids were really interested in me talk to them about it. And that I found a lot of fun and found a whole new audience. And I think every generation they find this movie, and they they find it and discovered as their own in. This is basically the first really serious bit of film that they see, you know. So so now it it's like a a wonderful old mistress. Comes back every few years to say Hello, I embrace it. And I love it. And I think the film look our our new that I was making a really special film. How could anyone know the would still be talking about it forty eight fifty years later? No, it's it's a unique in film history and gets played universities and museums and ad infinitum. So. It's a real social documents. Really? It's become big of them. Just a movie, you know, and it's one of Stanley's great films. He's made many more. Yeah. Two thousand and one masterpiece, of course, Strangelove one of my favorite and as info, but I also love Lalita and Pouncer blurry. I think is fantastic film. And you know, he's just made so many great films. So they are when I went to meet Stanley Kubrick, he done positive story Lalita sponsors two thousand one. A Strangelove two thousand one. Yeah. Clockwork art. So he was a God in. Oh. But of course, I was a young actor completely naive. And I thought I was going to meet Stanley Kramer. Asia. Crema? No, no cube. Rick and your friendly Crimean in the car on the I'm doing. Well, of course, it's before Google, you know, and then Lindsay Anderson, who's great friend general direction..

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"On the in the two years and two and a half year cents let's talk about jericho nato and the title change did you see that coming is that a good move and yeah just talking about about your general i didn't see it coming i didn't rule it out but you know as we talked about the the the key question was whether jericho it's gonna stick around and you know that's that's a positive sign because jerko winning clearly means that we're going to get more more jericho on new japan and i'm i'm happy to see that jericho had for those two didn't watch show jericho had this bizarre look for this match kevin kelly compared him to to malcolm mcdowell in the cock work o'clock orange and i was thinking more of the former us w ice star spell binder but any event it was it was it was a distinct look and it was a brawl from the start you know the on like you know some of the other matches which were you know very different matches you know they they went this well no it was i'll make different other matches which were very distinct no like other matches this was very distinct its own way in that it was just sort of a hard edged brawl from the start you know jack opening nights through the table doing ddat on the table you know just beating them down and then naito comes back and hits piledriver zone on a table and you know just sort of this you know this fight between two people that don't like each other which was you know contrast to sort of the storytelling of the main event and the you know the fast paced hustle of the of the takashi osprey match so i thought that the succeeded you know jericho winning clean with the code breaker as mentioned was was good for i future of for the future of of of new japan in the medium term and probably not that satisfying for people who have been frustrated but they haven't done more with naito since he lost to okada at the dome but i i think certainly naito is going to.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

"That's all i can say yes psx than little catholic school girl skirts seems to be like the uniform for women and is a may i i had a great guy i liked it very very much and i particularly liked japanese women and i just saw the women are such an under appreciated outside of japan under appreciated or not known and they're so amazing we had a lot of girls and women working on the set with us i was an everybody from america was impressed really yeah well it's a great season and looking forward to watching the rest of it uh before we go among trekkies easier known as the man who killed captain kirk do you still get death threats over that now i think i'm celebrated now overly poro william shatner i am i mean he's still blades may because he missed out on that big payday when jj abrams brought by leno right yeah it couldn't bring in back through bears well i'm sorry william okay i though i do like he he's a lot of fun i've out a lot of fun all season four mozart in the jungle is now available on amazon prime malcolm mcdowell it's been such a pleasure thank you thank you thanks again to malcolm mcdowell for coming on the podcast season four of mozart in the jungle is now available with a subscription to amazon pride if you haven't already be sure to subscribe to kick ass news on i tuned leave us a review you can follow us on facebook or on twitter pat hick ask news pod and as always i welcome your comments questions and ideas at comments at kick ass news dot com i'm ben mathis and thanks for listening to kick ass news.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

"Fields put out to pasture and i think in a way the first season was a really good it was a a good look at source of the aging process and what happens to perfect perfectly sane and brilliant people when they age debt passedover because of the fact that they happen to be a certain age which really is ludicrous but it doesn't happen so much it music because you get of course maestro's conductors ryanair atr leonard bernstein lobbed over lay died iran and all those guys in the old old old amin in fact waving your arms around obviously does wonder ciller serbia he says it's such a fund dynamic between you and bernadette peters because now it's unusual to see a show spend a lot of time on a romance between two people in their late '60s slash early 70s it's almost similar sort of daring if you compare it to a traditional network that focused on hitting a certain demographic for their advertisers while youth very nail on the head because they said i think the powersthatbe said paul weiss a couple of seasons ago or let let's have a love story and he made the loves to between the old farts which they did not expect which genius move on his part i mean people grow old men but they still have a love interest in their lives whether it's a marriage or whatever whatever it is and with thomas know his wife died or wash she pushed i don't know and of course he was cheated.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

"William and all the rest of it but when i worked with olivier is the only acted to this day that's made the hair stand up on the back of my neck a scene now rule he was stunning in his power uh he will amazing it was amazing and alan of course was in oral of him because he's much closer to alleviate so to him it was the koraish elaine less eyeing a god to be ripped down but to alan there was a ripping down it was just oh my god it's uh he is a genia sir and i was like ac come on he's just an old guy really of told him this sort of tension between tradition and novelty youth versus the old guard is a constant theme i think in the show your character always seems to be struggling to resist being marginalized into stay relevant a thing that lead to some interesting places for you in this new season while the as i mean f as an actor it's fantastic pardon early he's a an emotional cripple in many ways a great asyst's of course a great musician and has been a maestro since he was a young man which of course always a narcissist who goes who live in cold maestro without the effect and you know he's found love and the character played by burner that means right and bernadette and i have a wonderful time actually doing a sort of patten mike you know it's it's a wonderful a relationship and of course thomas.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

"No you're now in your fourth season of mozart in the jungle speaking of amazon yes and you play this brilliant character thomas who is this pompous but talented symphony conductor gets sort of pushed up to sort of this bullshit title of conductor emeritus at the new york symphony yes in order to make way for a young scot vote denial touch conductor he given the fickleness of hollywood and you've been in this business fifty years there's always some hot young new star nipping at your heels is that situation something that you sort of relate to why i did at some point to be honest with you i don't think the english you're quite so into that so a just it i think you know look the thing a i've never wanted a career to be like a comet mmhmm a shooting star you know it and i and i are it was in my early years in a first movie i did arabs like wow arm am mean immediately shot up and then of course kubrick but i always wanted the korea like john gielgud right we very as arrived a good body of work a good body way you you don't make moral judgments on the characters you play you just play me do what your offered that's all you can do and um you enjoy it need to the best cananda some are good some on and that's just the way it is but.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Kickass News

"And i he he insisted we stay in his apartment in o m it's really weird because his mother knew my work really loved it as he did and he had this picture of me on his desk above his desk i think i from colombia or some firm and his mother and and by the way lizzy his his alert alert miller and his father was one of three advisers to gorbachev and all ended in asia orbit in russian and english and the poor russian actors had to learn it forensically must have been and have and i just spoke english say doubly in russia but i i used to say oh my god i can understand him better when he's speaking russia the how do you play against an actor whose speaking english phonetically hopefully with a she's right phrase hard i've i've life divide watts area now no that's not a full stop in the middle of that center the way to get over here it was bizarre one thing that i found surprising about you is when you named your favorite actor and director you don't say olivier hitchcock or david lean you named james cagney in john ford i mean it doesn't get more american and more old school hollywood than those guys are now john ford was one of the great great directors evan that ever lived and shaped and made the film businesses we know you know i was brought to him by my friend lindsay and this really menem knowing all i never met held highlight are you i was in learned about it still i was introduced to his movies by him and he would tell me why they are so amazing and i won said to him what he will why is john such a great direct to them and he said while malcolm there are many great directors very few poets john ford was both.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Second additions only second addition but that it you know they teach this and schools he declared he he declared himself a guy to yell at slow what are you go over all your things and then you did research for this were allegedly his is out of the top of my head i know he declared himself a god he had his horse maiden knighted or or whatever was back then he had his horse like made into a a godly figure he ireri we we did a contraption were shot the heads off all the b well at a nearby at not my example of the of the visa powers when he fisted the groom that's the wedding night a wedding night so his his ego had been did bruised a little bit just before this them day was privy to this i have a lewis a friend of his at one point it i think it was either an assistant or a friend or source and he therefore he can do what he wants so i heed demands that he combined he gives a a a wedding presents all aren't you aren't you so felucca mcdowell place collegue of course a nineteen seventy the present 1979 the prison was these deflowers wife before he was shocked to so he he he brazil he he shows up at the at the wedding a two to give the gift and eat malcolm mcdowell plane it straight the entire time as though this new coupled that just got married should be so happy to have his presence and have his presence both right and adds his first gift is he's going to do flower the the wife the new wife linda are you sure you have alleged checky it's just so wrong and so awful if you can actually at the movie so shitty and detail they're taking he takes them into the back real rite aid has earned right not to be on the dance 1979 so the movies shitty so it's it's hard to actually connect with it and like i imagine that this is your wife so it's it's comical because it's just so over the top uh but then let's enough after he has a few and he's like looking at the the.

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"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm mcdowell" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"And that that's pretty narrowly that's intense in it it's got what scott insane should never i've never heard of it it was a it was this with this weird hybrid of like a high was supposed to be this high class porn at it was like bob guccione who did that was yeah who is the penthouse owner and there was like like john gielgud and malcolm mcdowell i mean it's like big british actors doing this well you know big giant roman epic porn movie essentially yeah wow what we need if they did porn that way today they think really big actors who was a weird experiment medicate back sale guy spread out and then i'll be crazy spent real money right though that knows real money in real production and and then there was actual sex early there actual saxon there i mean there was like women with snakes and that there the seeing where a guy where he's punishing a soldier any ties off dick and then they fill am with wine and then cut open his stomach guys home god is a graphic movie for mom director kid how old are you probably maybe thirteen or fourteen you're ready for it yes fine through asking about it the apnea now be different major wash it when you're like a weird stiffer yeah that'd be that'd be totally ju totally we i do uh do you do you know what's going to happen with your other doc uh i believe that he shock about it for a second osher it's a right now at least those distributor wants to maybe change the name of right now it's called michael they bar who do you want me to be and it's about this rockstar i'm using star in quotes but rockstartype and in a rock singer uh an actor whose had this crazy 50year odyssey through show business and he grew up like the son of a junkie and have hooker in a junkie aristocrat who is a marquee in england yet and then like raised by strippers till age eight and then at age eighty was sent off to like high end british boarding schools because his father had paid for them when he was born and then went broke and so but then he groping in the mid 60s he was a teenager mid60s britain and he became now he was one of the kids into sir with love with sydney.

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