18 Burst results for "Marion Ross"

"marion ross" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:45 min | 9 months ago

"marion ross" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Most. The cast is so important Win and when signing up to a new adventure like this, and you are no stranger to successful ensembles. Actually in television history, and I grew up in the seventies. So I'm a big TV geek. I've had your fellow cast members Henry Winkler, Marion Ross Anson Williams on the show. Marion Ross was the only one that said the F word on the air to me, By the way, way. Had a paper route in some point probably doesn't surprise you, but but it might have surprised you be a little bit, but they all agree to that. The cast of that show was such a family. Yeah, you know, and it sounds kind of cliche. Oh, we're family, but it it really was the case. We got along just famously, and on a professional level and a personal level and And it was a great bringing together. You know, you have to give the Casting director. But I think the executive producers Garry Marshall and Tom Miller and milk it's the original exact producers for for Picking the people that they did, and they went toe pretty great lengths to do I remember my screen test don't like it was like a like running the gauntlet. You know, I mean, I have had several auditions, and then I had to do the screen test. And and I was there all day. You know, it wasn't just doing your scene and you're waiting because there are all the other actors. But then you had to do an improv with What? Somebody and then they did uninjured You with you on tape. I mean, they wanted to see. See you when from so up and down and back and forth. So that on I guess they want they were anticipating. You know how all these people would would blend together? There was no Ralph Melt, though at the time was not really Yeah, You're right. I was green testing for the role of Potsie. And that's a whole long story, which I will say for another one. But Anson, who originally played Potsie in a previous version of the They did a pilot that didn't sell Ron and answer so anyway. They got cast again after this whole. This whole rigmarole of screen tests. But the executives from what I found out later on my agent said the executives liked your screen test so much that they They decided they were going to create a role for you. The whole is that after going through all that, and no, we like this guy so much he's gonna be on we're gonna We're gonna make it happen. Yeah, And there was a small part of a guy Ralph in the pilot episode, and they said, we'll make that a regular. That's pretty cool. Pretty cool. Those first couple years we were talking little bit off air about it Those first couple years the way it was, it was filmed. It was just a little bit of a different Vibe back then. Very American Graffiti cause was post that time, right is Yeah. Graffiti came out in 73. We went on the air. We start shooting. Will shut the pilot the end of 73. Yes, the first two season we were shooting it very much like a movie One camera, so there were more subtleties in the way. You know, in the way it's filmed, and, um And just the tone of it. It was. It's a lot more a lower key, more realistic kind of tone, like in a movie as opposed to. Then what was What happened was the big successful comedies on TV at the time were in front of an audience like all in the family. Marred so our ratings the first year were good. We were kind of like a minor hit, but not huge. And then the second year the ratings were going down, and there was a time where there weren't sure if we could even get picked up. But then, um I think Jerry Paris who's our brilliant director, Um, maybe Garry Marshall, too. They decided. You know what? Maybe this should be a three camera show to compete with those other ones, and they thought we had a perfect cast for it. Come on. Bosley came from theater. You know where he's from Chicago, And then he won the Tony on Broadway Seated Fiorello and Mary and had a lot of theater background. Henry had gone toe. Yale Drama School I had done you know, my training in New York was more theater oriented and film and and answered it done theater. The one person that was scared of the first day. The first time we shot. It was really scared was Ron Howard. He had never done anything. Andy Griffith was, Yeah audience and he had done all these movies like music Man is a kid and all this, but Um, no. No theater, but he did amazing, But that's why they decided. Let's turn this and try it out as a three camera and also moving the character of the funds into the forefront more because his character was becoming so popular. And then that's when we started taking off. What would I do that this was big? I can't go on public anymore. Yeah, Yeah, well, yeah, he's somewhere in that third season. We shot upto like number one, you know in the country and Stay there for a couple years and then to whatever, but but the tone of the show definitely changed. It became, you know, it's this hybrid between live and film. So, um, When you look back at the episodes, you'll see a distinct difference between very much so first two seasons and the ones after you think about the ratings at that time, half of America sitting down and watching that will never see that again. I know we were having like, 50 60. Million People watch. Yes, on the Tuesday night. I know it was pretty Really crazy. Yeah. Yeah, And it's fast approaching and I dare I say like the 50 year mark. I mean, it's coming up soon, you know, 74 sets it'll be four is when we promote a few years..

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'Happy Days' cast reunites to support Wisconsin Democrats

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

'Happy Days' cast reunites to support Wisconsin Democrats

"A reunion of the seventies TV hit Happy Days is now confirmed, but not everyone's on board for France's happy days. It's a pretty happy day reunion of cast members, including Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Marion Ross and more, and the whole thing will benefit the Democratic Party of Wisconsin as the show was set in Milwaukee change you have to, but not everyone's onboard. Scott Baio, who played Chachi on the show, is a supporter of President Trump. He responded to Ron Howard's tweet about the reunion, saying it's a shame to use classic shows like Happy Days about Americana to promote an anti America. In socialist so safe to say he won't be at the

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"marion ross" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Business. Was taken a band. We talked a little bit about how happy days got off the ground. And I have to tell you, what a legendary cast that you work with, and great people. I've had a chance to talk to Henry Winkler actually cut a class with him up at Marquette university o on the history of television, and I've interviewed Marion Ross, I mean such great people to work with. Oh, it was just one of those rare combinations of, of people in the real. Maybe the major reason for the evergreen, part of happiness is because of the people, there's something about personalities and our chemistry that is bigger than the page. It's an effect that you can't. Right. And it just happens rarely but when it does, it's, it's, it's magic happens crossed over every culture. Yeah. Does nothing about the fifties. Yeah. But they related to the characters. There was something that connected with the human race. And it's pretty timeless as well. You wrote the book to about about Gary talking about baseball, the show to see if you were a player, obviously, he had in mind from leadership perspective, how to keep people grounded and how to get people to work as a team maybe kind of outside of their normal element. I thought it was awesome. What Gary is a sports nut. Yeah. Honestly, he wanted. He wanted us off ball team could play on the major stadiums in pre. Charity games, brilliant, and the more dishing. He wants to play ball. Why you play ball? Yes. Pretty good. Little league all star game. Because what position I because I'm I, I play, I, I said, but I'll shake. How you feeling whatever you want. So he put together so I'll team and I are greatest memories. Are those games are those experiences? We played in Germany. We played in Japan. I was here when he played a Wrigley we played a rig seven we played every major stadium and it really did make us closer. Henry didn't play Henry did play. But he didn't. I at first Nuys taught him. Yes. Yes. Yes. Don could have been a professional most Ron was there. Pretty good. And we had a great. We have some of the crew were Mace thing with this. What was the term? What was the point for you? Anson where you knew the show was huge like what was that moment that you said holy cow. This is this is big whether a couple of moments. I mean from the gecko it was big with the teenage crowd. And that was just mind. Blowing. I mean we, we had no idea. I personal appearance. I, I had an air Moran poster in my room. I'm pretty sure. It was it was, you know, the teach you how to teach you had act. Your craft. Yeah, there's not there should be a class on how to deal with fame. Right. Sixty million people wake up to sixty eight million people. Yeah. You know Henry was another with star in the world. But when you guys just walked out on stage Doughty's was screaming before even spoke hot dish. It was I mean it was but. It just. It became apparent where you're everywhere. Yeah. And everybody knows you and all that. But at the same time, all of lived a life to kind of. Actually back then the pup Rasi and all that they weren't as.

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"marion ross" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's crazy. And it's nothing to mess around with this isn't hyperbole again, please take the warnings seriously and stay out of it. If you can town now, you've got a long day at the weather hub. Thanks for jumping on. Steve, it is always a pleasure to talk with my pal. Steve cochran. Got it. That's Tom skilling proving again, what a horrific diva he can be broke news visually the coldest day in the history of Chicago like talking to Santa Claus on Christmas Eve the best. He makes fifty below wind. Chills fun. Yes. Oh, yeah. Not really sorry. Got a seventy s to push back in hyperbole. Yeah. Did you walk outside? Yes. I was out with the dog this morning. Did you consider killing the dog now? But boy his paws froze like almost immediately. I've never seen him do his business so quickly and by the way. We didn't talk about pets at all this morning, and partly because if you own one hope, you're logical enough to be careful with them and take care of them and have them outside, and minimally, you know, mostly because you don't want to be out there. So I would hope I would hope we wouldn't have to remind you must know anything the most annoying. The most annoying thing is he said my whole entire sleeper routine. The sleep mask up at five. Also, my work alarm went off sloppier sleep related. I'll sleep related. I am once I'm up. I'm I'm on my phone checking answering emails and things we have to the room. I said, okay, I'm going to sleep, and I put my sleep mascot, and then put my head under a pillow and pillow, and then they were all eating Lay's chips, gummy lifesavers, and I'm listening to Pat asks Catharine, can I get more of those chips, and I'm like got a pillow over my head with my sleep mask on China's leaks. I'm real fun. I'm vacation how long before we go to separate rooms. I mean a couple of weeks tops. Yeah. We got a couple people give sleep stuff. So. Okay. Then that's at an app gift card suggests that I hate being away from a washer and dryer. And they are correct standing by what we know. She's nuts. Are so weird. Standing by for stories that matter of the northwestern medicine newsroom is Steve villa windier here guys. Colts. Dave did you walk to from from Evanston? Why why did he do that have a car? That's ridiculous. Idiot friend Pat Brady walked from these club. Then he really didn't have to chose to experience the coldest day. Yeah. So he came in here, and I slapped him any trouble probably like Daffy duck. Gordon crumble yet? Equally little pieces on the ground. What are you talking cold today? A little bit come up for mental. Marion Ross is with us TV's. Mrs see he's great. Yes. She is Betty white old lady. Yes. By the way, Marion Ross get a little streak inter. So she really funny. Oh, maybe we'll get around sooner. She was scheduled for eleven thirty see if we can get an earlier. Yes, I'm glad you're both alive. Stay alive. We will find you. See you tomorrow Chicago's.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And those other english guys oh i can't think of the name the like the beatles guys you know that's john lennon yeah what no but it was always wonderful because we had wonderful people dropping into see us all the time what what was what was the last thing we want to ask you what we're almilad narrow and pat morita like well the in the script which just say al does his thing cut him loose cut him loose and and the same thing the same thing with pat morita have it situation and then just and then just leave him alone for well and they were just fam and make up stuff and we all just worked around it he stayed with gary because gary had him on the couple all those years yes absolutely love lovely man so smart such good businessman than such oh god he was we we all had such a good time pat would go on some of our baseball trips with us admiral l dot so much not so much pat morita was a stand up comic remember that yeah yeah the hippy well as well as an academy award winner at morita that marie wind didn't he won the academy award of our for karate kid will no sticky was nominated well that's good enough i love leslie i i love what you said about gary to just in summing up marrying that you said he was somebody who made people's dreams come true.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Complicated brain cancer brain tumors so that that explained it you know but that that's a dark period for me because you don't ever want to say anything about something and i could see that he was it was not nice to me but he was he was a great guy and i thought what is this how can that guy and i see the other guys liked him a lot i thought wow this is uncomfortable situation to be in because i can see that he is a good guy isn't it a credit credit you're acting ability that nobody could ever see that nobody nobody that watched the show would ever for a minute i'm dazzled when i watched i think how unbelievable and see livable there was a clip from an interview with tom bosley points you out as as one of his favorite actresses that he's worked yeah i saw the same clip well yeah i know he and i cannot say what what a wonderful man he was then then he married after his wife died and he'd been through such a tough period such tough period he fell in love with patti car and she's a beautiful darling girl and as a family we all invalid her and brought her into our family so it was good i love that you brought your son to the set and he got to be in that episode the jump the shark assode right that's fun that's that's classic now we all brought our kids to be in the show you know before before we let you go lesson i just remembered because they there was that famous photo of the cast of happy days and amongst them's john lennon john lennon came to the set i know it and.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I love that part she was so rude yes she plays this spirited kind of shrew or go girls very good at being being rude rollo's years of being the ideal mother a must have been such a treat to be this a total bitch was it was but i learned it on brooklyn bridge because those jewish women were tough tough yeah i would our brooklyn bridge is available it's available on dvd i would urge our listeners to find think it is available it's not i don't think so really it's very good i have a set okay everybody come over to my house you know or we could go to one of those places and remake some of them probably against the law he was he was a brilliant guy gary david goldberg was he yes and this and this and i would say to him i said i really caught your your grandmother did ni was it his mother he said doe he said oh no she was much much tougher than you i mean that's gilbert sexual life experience that's jewish guy from brooklyn growing up right around the same time that gary did yes so that's a series i think he would relate to i got a couple of questions quick marianne from our from our fans for you grow a little segment we call grill the guest and steven craig says mary and worked with some of my favorite character actresses including kathleen freeman and mary wickes oh i did work with mary wickes and kathleen freeman this visual live television shows burke show.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"These parts their heads would flash around and say wow wow so they began to write better and better for me and my part got better better all the time the whole history of happy days is so interesting to how they passed we talked about this with henry they passed on the original pilot abc did new family in town but then american graffiti happened and ron was seen in the george lucas saw run in new fan the new family in town pilot cast him in american graffiti american repeating became a sensation was nominated for best picture and abc went with what was that thing and then they renamed and then was it turned up repurpose that love american style installment love and the happy days that's the story yeah and the rest is history you got a kick out of a jewish guy from new york playing an italian town and italian guy gilbert i did did brooklyn bridge here i am playing jewish immigrant mother and in in brooklyn bridge you've probably never saw brooklyn bid just you ever could on that show sure david goldberg yeah i loved i love being on that how did you how did you you said you started eating at canter's deli to immerse yourself in jewish thing iran jewish people i just him up you worry this you're minnesota roots we're going to show through when you work and i said i said to one lady oh i wish i would jewish she staggered back.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"No so i did summer and smoke because my could friends at the globe theatre craig said anytime you come home and time and want to you come home this is your home so i called him up and said well i see you're doing summer and smoke i could do that and he said years later he said everybody there's looked at one thought i maron is the least the person in the world that you would want to play this southern you know elma why miller tennessee williams seven woman so i went down craig did the part for me he would know he would say he would show me what to do he would show me out a move his he had held my made through that thing and and at the end near the end of the well we had just barely opened we just barely opened it got great reviews why should i did whenever craig toby to know you did it and then somebody came in this why see in the paper that that happy days pilots sold show me so me my agent said get out of it play you know and i had barbara best was my press agent i had a press agent and she said you can do you can do that play and this part in the in the pilot you can do both these things the same time don't worry about it do both so for for a little while i did both because my lines were so simple on happy days and it was only as the years went on what would happen we like on the monday morning we would read the script you know the whole cast is there all the all the parts we're all there will be descript they'd say marian read read all those girls and read all those other character read all those parts so oh but i'm below my heart we go with them i would i would just freed myself and.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"That's interesting isn't it did you know william shower too he was another an actor who was in some came running with you yes and he was a lovely man president of the screen actors guild well he was a reviewer for the la times that's right that's right we we were very close to have yeah we almost had him on the podcast no he's a lovely man but till gilbert this because it's so interesting too is how airport how you took because that was turning point in your life you took a non small non speaking part in airport that your friends advised you not to take and it led to something very significant well i i was getting divorced nobody had a job and i could see the george seton was doing airport and i'd worked with george seton on operate something proudlypropane provident profane so i went to see him and i said i'm getting a divorce on i would like a job he said you wanted a part or along part i said along part along part so they were casting people to be on the airplane and they didn't want to use extras they wanted real actors because we have to improvise a you know a catastrophe on the airplane and everything and i had characterization written out but no lines and i was paid below minimum and i said thank you i will i will and it went on for it went on for five weeks we had to come every day to be if they called for row something on the airplane that was yours and i we spent every day talking to every actor there needed a job pretty bad for some reason so we would spend the days talk into each other and unloading our griefs and sandra gould was there just because she's.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Due plays at the new theatre for my friends richard carruthers and dennis hennessy so i was in a play with them and i said you know children i'm tired and i don't wanna die this way so i want to quit the play no no no they said we'll make it easier we'll make it easier for you but i quit i quit because you know we kind of know and it's so interesting is i don't care one bit i can watch all my contemporaries doing these things and i think oh good for you did you see the movie if you're not in the obita breakfast just see carl reiner smoothie mary it's all about nonagenarian it's all about pepple in their nineties carlin mel brooks and norman lear who is still going strong yeah but not quick we're not quick it's the the stuff is in there but sometimes i have to find it and if if if they if there's a timer going on i can't maybe you know can we throw a couple other well cards at you while we got you you remember making a tv movie with phil silvers and jack benny yes i do slowest gun in the west do because they lie was play a rough set it was all guys it was a rough set this fair maiden and and this is a live show this big comics so i i just to hang on and so they were funny in real life.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Oh oh god isn't he the guy we had the best fun together on the scott yeah gil gilbert spoke at service you when a funny way yeah he's his daughter wanted me to speak and i just kept doing jokes about how all the was and thing and and they i i was a big hit at the funeral remember the joke about eight mary was that he had died before so many times this is funny this is something you may have in common with a i was looking you up on the internet and there were a bunch as you always find on the internet so there were a bunch of websites announcing that you died oh so oh all right why they did it right now we're talking to the late mary well was i why why did i i don't know but on on the internet every couple of weeks there's someone who's alive and well in nounce as being like eddie murphy died a couple of years you're married good pal tony robertson that production too arsenic and old lace no no that he may have probably in the previous four after yeah yeah no we had gary sandy gary sandy he went on the road with us but just to work with storch and and gene and i became so close stapleton stapleton oh we're big fans came a great great pal we're big fans yeah it well i've had i f have had a wonderful life and the fact that i'm i'm really retired now in case there any casting people you know within a big ideas because sometimes i can't i'll have to say to somebody what is that line what is that well i see your i n d page you've got you've got productions there's something there for twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen well i i went off to play in my i go to kansas city all the time to overland park too.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Great story what about walter brennan you made a movie called god is my partner oh i did what what a complicated wonderful old man he was wonderful yeah i played a lawyer yeah terrific actor fabulous alter brennan and tight what had every penny ever made really that sounds familiar yeah and what what hard why whichever sewed of the outer limits give a memory of you i i was richard nye who used to be married to greer garson wow briefly was in it and he played a man who had gills actual gills on his neck so he was a sort of a aquatic of throwback of some kind so it was weird and macdonald carey was in it no sure show gary shows yeah put show you remember making the big circus with victim mature and red buttons i don't think i was in that okay okay information is bad how about some came running with franken dino inch and shirley maclaine who you would go on to work with so memorably yes well evening store say i'd already worked for vincent de manelli on unless for life now once again they needed a none so so you specialize in playing nuns and mothers so i go in and the ones seen dean martin is sitting up in the in the hospital with his kubwa head on and i'm he's teaching the none how to play poker so he's teaching me play poker then frank sinatra comes in he's not even in seed and he comes in and he said dean martin o great i've never met a nun before this.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I i was a nun at the very end of the movie when he goes to arl i remember the same and i'm in full nuns outfit and has all pressed against your ears and when you have that full habit on us you're like if you're in a tunnel and you can hear your own voice inside and vincent minnelli would talk to me and he talked to me so close and he would like ms moore is me and get and then put me into the scene and it was wonderful i was like this none it was it was wonderful so later i thought i could see in the trades that kirk douglas was gonna make a movie called lizzie with eleanor parker so i thought well i'll write him a letter and say i would like to meet you out of my habit i got a phone call right away i was so shy what i was there that he had nothing to say to me i had nothing to say to him so oh so sad but he gave me a part in the picture anyway give me apart also in a movie called the secret of the incas with charlton heston any of these ring a bell yes yes because so i somehow either i had a very small part it was not important but somehow i got to be kissed by charlton heston and it was it's been burned onto my lips ever.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I'm thinking i there was nobody but me in the i well i i should tell somebody i should really speak to somebody about this but the next thing i know we're at the beautiful hotel they take me upstairs to this huge sweet and open electrically the curtains opened up the sea is all lit up down below with rocksolid was fantastic and then the phone rings phone rings terrible terrible it's been a terrible mistake they said they said but you can stay here i said no where's mr simpler for staying i rather stay where he stay yes he's in another hotel so i got the hell out of there fast fast because i didn't want to be running to her in the hall the fun story i never met anybody who knew george seaton who's one of my favorite directors miracle miracle on thirty fourth street what a lovely man wonderful man put his own money into that movie too which is an interesting story what was your experience fellner ritter since you worked with her several times and she somebody who comes up on the show yes i didn't have any dealings with her but what a heck of an actress heck no no story to tell and you worked on operation petticoat with tony curtis and cary grant yes sad like ten blake edwards it was extraordinarily and so we went all the way to key west florida and one afternoon tony was arranging a party and i got invited to this party and he has a hope big yacht huge big yet and he comes out on the deck and his his captains had on before he is hit is really living it up and okay so we all go a bunch of us not everybody not everybody but we were all us we were navy nurses so they weren't so many of us so we all went on the on this trip when we get out into the caribbean it was so choppy and so awful even though we've all waived gaily to the crowd on the dock out there in the ocean we all got seasick just like almost immediately and there was huge banquet just go to waste so we spent the night on the ship.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I got the key opened the lock and we had that jolly shirley temple doll for for years and years yeah i love the part in the book where you say where you actually get to meet her and and you you flash back to your father and you thought what what he what he must have what he would've thought for me to finally get to meet surely temple i felt the same way i was just turned to jelly yeah it's kind of the magic of show business yeah and it's it's like the no coward story because these are these are mythical people to you as a child and you know when the when when the whole big live tv show was over no aqazadeh million which you let to come to a little sit down supper at lauren because how so humphrey bogart's house so i've okay so we all and by that time he was cl no card was having a fight with claudette so she didn't come to the party and lauren bacall couldn't come to the party because bogey was very sick so i got to sit with clifton webb no coward may and mildred network and coat porta would say to clifton tell that wonderful story about when you you in the lunch were doing such oh i thought i'd died and went to heaven yeah so did did you spend any time with bogert not very little bone when i came in he was playing with his children in an entry room and saying i'm so glad i don't have to read today because we were gonna all read the script at their house.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"This is bill burr godfrey this is gilbert godfrey amazing colossal podcast i'm here once again would by co host frank santo padre and we're recording nutmeg with our engineer frankford orosa are discs this week is fivetime emmy nominee and much admired tv and film actress who's been working steadily since the mid nineteen fifties and she is in ready stop yet movies include operation petticoat some came running teachers pay airport grand theft auto colossus stuff forbidden garage j music within n the evening star which she earned her golden globe nominate in for best supporting actress you've also seen her in dozens of popular television shows including life with father route sixty six the powder limits the love boat roklin bridge the drew carey show king of the hill that seventy show the new adventures of old cristine and gilmore girls but she'll forever be known as the wise and supporting matriarch supportive.

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"marion ross" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"marion ross" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"So you have three kids when these mary was even mary beth when meet these marianne i don't know any mary's honestly i know of mary's with things at the end yeah i don't even know that but jesus christ as upper was mary oh yeah very macklin her dino those two for sherry mary quick jerry how does her garten grow i wonder if there's ever like a stripper exotic dancer who calls himself mary now dancing mary yeah should instead of like cocoa were starlight or whatever yeah there should be should a skid name for a dog mary yeah sit sit mary said nothing is as good as we do now why would you name your dog ubuntu it's just confusing to the animal like i'm in i'm in america what are you name and meet labou four so i mean obviously a group with what's too much tvs kids but i sit who sits as stick stick's the my brain oh yeah the and it's from family ties right that was the that production company i don't even know what else that they did you i the more yet yeah well that's good i mean that's like bimenon that's a good a little ear worm that get stuck in your head even though it's not even musical that was gary david goldberg so he did spin city oh yeah and at an awesome show spits was a terrible i'm i don't know if it holds up but at the time i liked the brooklyn bridge which i thought was going to be good when i was a kid but it was not good brooklyn bridge was a drama right it was the dromedary at the end that was one of the ones we did on our last episode i think it was on during those thea here's yeah it had marion ross.

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