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Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal

The Watch

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal

"Crime story impeachment which come on september seventh if i if i run my dates correctly. Here's my big takeaway from the abundance of trailers at they have released for this in the last three weeks. Really like quite a push. So and i think i'm starting to get the feeling like this is going to be an american story o. Oj simpson moment. Where i think we're going to revisit a lot of the stuff from the clinton impeachment monica etc. But i have a question about all these trailers. We still haven't gotten a significant amount of time with clive owen. His bill clinton which leads me to believe. They're either sitting on marlon brando in the godfather level performance or marlon brando. Doctor moreau level performance. Like it's it's going to be one or the other that is definitely a take and you may right. I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting

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"marlon brando" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Dot com. Mallory look You have so many stories you so you were friends. Good friends with marlon brando Who grew grew to be the size of a house at the end. I mean it's the kind of an amazing thing orson welles. Dan ackroyd There's people that they just blow up beyond reckoning. You keep you try to imagine. Excuse me what what's going on over there. You knew him when he was thin. He was glamorous beautiful beautiful human being. I mean beautiful physically physically and as an actor. Sometimes i always wonder. What's the big deal about certain people and then you see something. When he was in. I guess was julius caesar when he when he does the romans conference room. It's gonna when. I saw that. I thought to myself now i get it. You just thought to myself. I never really had seen whatever that was the sukhois about him. I mean everybody knows. He's a great actor but we were you finally see like oh my goodness there's he's a genius But you saw the human side of him so in the late sixties. He's calling you up. You said during the break that you talked him out of suicide. Marie would call me and she'd be she say i'm up in san francisco right now and It would be midnight or something. I'm up in san francisco right now and marlins home alone and he's going to kill himself and you've got to get over there right now and i'd go murray is midnight is marlin. He's you know please mallory. You've got to go there now. You've got to get in your car and get up there right this minute so i would do that. I would toodle on up to marlins house. And this is where up on mojo. Dr twelve nine hundred mohawk drive was his address. Remember it very well. And and i would go up there and there i would find marilyn and he would be you know. Marlin was an alcoholic. This is something that nobody in the whole world ever knew. Nobody knew he was an alcoholic. I it was never said about him. you've never heard it said about him right you don't you don't hear that. No no he had a terrible problem with alcohol and he would be up there all alone with a bottle of booze would be wearing a kimono or address or something no but he had a raccoon who lived in his bathroom. He had a raccoon named emma that lived closeted up in the bathroom. So i mean why whited marlins coons bathroom and when you say anything i sounds to me like some kind of a dirty euphemism had a bathroom if you know what i'm saying no he. Yeah direct coon closeted in his bathroom. Just saying i nia doing in the bad. Why did he have edema. And i can't tell you. I have absolutely no idea. It was instead of having a dog. I have no idea why. I used to ask him and he just laughed and now he just okay but so you'd visit him and he would go up there and i talk to him. I keep him from killing himself. I be there for hours. I would he want to kill himself. Oh what i don't understand well. First of all. Alcohol is a depressant. Yeah and people who drink a lot of alcohol are generally depressed all the time you are now and i've known you for years. You're you're woman of serious christian faith were you. A serious believer in those days was not part of the strength that you brought to so no you were just a friend. I was very new. Agey then i had a guru in manila. You had a guru in manila. That sounds like another dirty euphemism. Really remember that girl in manila. Do you know what i'm talking about. No so wait a minute come on. You had a grumman okay. So you're into the new age but you'd go and you talk to marlboro light of this. This is horrifying so he really wanted to kill himself. Oh definitely oh. He wanted to be dead he. He hated his life. He was so miserable. Hello what's the last connection with. When did you stop being friends with him. Well you know. I really needed so much to be able to make a living and My friend mendez. Husband was a man named leo guild. Who was a gossip columnist in hollywood. I'm very very well known. And lia was worried about me to he'd say gotta figure out a way for you to make a living we've got to get on and one day. He called me up and he said. I want you to come to a meeting with me today. I've got an idea for you. So i go to this meeting in hollywood with a man and i've never gotten it straight with this man's name was i keep thinking that was huntley huntley. I keep trying to remember this man's name it was sort of like mercedes benz or something like that and Leo osias me into this room with this man. And this man starts telling me that They run confidential magazine and they wanted to have you know remember rona barrett unfortunately rona barrett had this five minutes show. That went along with the evening news every night gossip show. I remember rona. They wanted to have a rival to rona barrett and they wanted me to do a five minute. Nationwide broadcasts of gossip running along with the evening. News like our corey. Hey and they. They offered me this job right off the bat. They said we're going to do a pilot. We're going to work on it for six weeks and we'll pay you a thousand dollars a week. I hadn't seen a thousand dollars in. I don't know how long i was. I was flabbergasted. And yet i wanted to be a serious actress. I'd i was into this thing where i was going to be a great actor and all of that and so i kept saying to these people..

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Mallory Millet Saw the Human Side of Marlon Brando

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | 10 months ago

Mallory Millet Saw the Human Side of Marlon Brando

"Have so many stories you so you were friends. Good friends with marlon brando Who grew grew to be the size of a house at the end. I mean it's the kind of an amazing thing orson welles. Dan ackroyd There's people that they just blow up beyond reckoning. You keep you try to imagine. Excuse me what what's going on over there. You knew him when he was thin. He was glamorous beautiful beautiful human being. I mean beautiful physically physically and as an actor. Sometimes i always wonder. What's the big deal about certain people and then you see something. When he was in. I guess was julius caesar when he when he does the romans conference room. It's gonna when. I saw that. I thought to myself now i get it. You just thought to myself. I never really had seen whatever that was the sukhois about him. I mean everybody knows. He's a great actor but we were you finally see like oh my goodness there's he's a genius But you saw the human side of him so in the late sixties. He's calling you up. You said during the break that you talked him out of suicide. Marie would call me and she'd be she say i'm up in san francisco right now and It would be midnight or something. I'm up in san francisco right now and marlins home alone and he's going to kill himself and you've got to get over there right now and i'd go murray is midnight is marlin. He's you know please mallory. You've got to go there now. You've got to get in your car and get up there right this minute

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"marlon brando" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"In this world with these people and of course marlon brando in sixty eight. At this time he is a. It doesn't get very much bigger. No marlin brennan. But he was he had run a he. He'd run his career into the ground. I mean when you think about his his big stuff you know when when he was working on while all the all the classic films with the ilya kazan. But by the later sixties he could get work and y well first of all hated. Hollywood despiser with the red hot hatred. Not only that but are you ready for this. I don't know it's to be. This is quite a revelation. This children'll island brando to acting. Yeah loathed. it hated hollywood wounded. The whole acting world hated broadway. Hated movies didn't wanna ever act again Because he used to say to me mallory. It's fine for a woman. It's a feminine profession. You might be able to get somewhere in it and you might enjoy it but for a forty four year old man. He was forty four at the time for forty four year. Old man to have twenty year old kids. Who don't know anything about anything. Giving him orders and telling him when they can work and where to stand in to speak and how to do. I've had it. I'm a man. I need to have a manly life. You know what i'd like to be. You know what. I'd give anything in the world to be an. I'd say what marlene united. Sit there. And i'd say you know i'm sitting here listening to marlin complete exact and nobody's ever going to believe me you're you're you're blowing my mind. And he said you know. I i tell you. He said I if i had my druthers in this world i would be the first vice president of prudential life insurance company. And i'd go. That's kinda sunny very smart and funny but that is that is hilarious ways basically saying i want a normal normal life. I want to go to work and come home and be done with it right. I just want to have a normal family with some kids and live like a normal person. I can't stand this

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Why Marlon Brando Hated Hollywood

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 10 months ago

Why Marlon Brando Hated Hollywood

"In this world with these people and of course marlon brando in sixty eight. At this time he is a. It doesn't get very much bigger. No marlin brennan. But he was he had run a he. He'd run his career into the ground. I mean when you think about his his big stuff you know when when he was working on while all the all the classic films with the ilya kazan. But by the later sixties he could get work and y well first of all hated. Hollywood despiser with the red hot hatred. Not only that but are you ready for this. I don't know it's to be. This is quite a revelation. This children'll island brando to acting. Yeah loathed. it hated hollywood wounded. The whole acting world hated broadway. Hated movies didn't wanna ever act again Because he used to say to me mallory. It's fine for a woman. It's a feminine profession. You might be able to get somewhere in it and you might enjoy it but for a forty four year old man. He was forty four at the time for forty four year. Old man to have twenty year old kids. Who don't know anything about anything. Giving him orders and telling him when they can work and where to stand in to speak and how to do. I've had it. I'm a man. I need to have a manly life. You know what i'd like to be. You know what. I'd give anything in the world to be an. I'd say what marlene united. Sit there. And i'd say you know i'm sitting here listening to marlin complete exact and nobody's ever going to believe me you're you're you're blowing my mind. And he said you know. I i tell you. He said I if i had my druthers in this world i would be the first vice president of prudential life insurance company. And i'd go. That's kinda sunny very smart and funny but that is that is hilarious ways basically saying i want a normal normal life. I want to go to work and come home and be done with it right. I just want to have a normal family with some kids and live like a normal person. I can't stand this

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This Greys Anatomy Fan Favorite Has Just Landed a HUGE Role

Direct from Hollywood

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

This Greys Anatomy Fan Favorite Has Just Landed a HUGE Role

"Eighteen months after fan favorite and original grey's anatomy cast member. Justin chambers left the show after three hundred fifty episodes. He's lent his first role since departing. It'll be playing one of the most iconic actors in cinematic history marlon brando according to deadline justin will play the oscar winner and the upcoming limited series the offer about the making of the godfather which sits at number two on top one hundred movies of all time. Miles tellers already been cast to play already the iconic producer of the film who story the show will be based on look for the offer next year paramount

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The Sundance Film Festival debuts Rita Moreno documentary

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

The Sundance Film Festival debuts Rita Moreno documentary

"The Sundance Film Festival is taking place over the next week, and one of the documentary showing is about Rita Marino. The first Latina woman to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Freedom. Marino exploded on the screen in West Side Story, but Rita Marino just a girl who decided to go for it is her story, and she calls it real. Compared to the documentaries. She see. I've always thought, Well, G. That's just too perfect. All the time. S so I I just made sure that I was perfect some of the time. It's a raw look at her life. Her relationship with Marlon Brando the racism she faced in her career. You are Porter region, so you don't you're not worth much. The film was produced by Lin, Manuel Miranda and Norman Layer in airs on PBS later this

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‘The Godfather’ Making-of Movie Casts Oscar Isaac as Francis Ford Coppola, Plus Jake Gyllenhaal

Tim Conway Jr.

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

‘The Godfather’ Making-of Movie Casts Oscar Isaac as Francis Ford Coppola, Plus Jake Gyllenhaal

"Movie about the making of the Godfather. That's got me pretty good. And finally today and offer they just couldn't refuse. Actor Oscar Isaac is taking on the role of Francis Ford Coppola. Jake Gyllenhaal will play former Paramount studio head Robert Evans in Francis and The Godfather. The movie from director Barry Levinson is about the making of couple is classic. The Godfather. It will show the battles between the two men, including the casting of Marlon Brando, who hadn't had a hit in years.

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John Saxon, ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ Actor, Dies at 83

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

01:00 min | 1 year ago

John Saxon, ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ Actor, Dies at 83

"That John Saxon Who was AH, and actors, certainly a face that you would recognize in a second. Died of complications of pneumonia. He appeared alongside Marlon Brando in the Appaloosa. Hey, appeared alongside Bruce Lee and enter the Dragon. He was in the original nightmare on Elm Street back in 1984 but he's been ah John Saxon was in 200 movies and TV shows a career that spanned more than 60 years. He died in Murphysboro. Tennessee, survived by his wife, Gloria. But now 1/3 death in the entertainment world. For this weekend. John Saxon at age 83. Olivia have Elin age 100 for And, of course, the great and legendary Regis Philbin. Gotta

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`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list

"The American library association released its annual list of books that receive the most objections last year at schools and libraries the top two R. Alex Gino's George and Susan Copeland's beyond magenta transgender teens speak out both because of trans gender content number three John Oliver's parody of the children's book by vice president Mike pence's wife a day in the life of Marlon Brando all story is about Marlon Bundo falling in love with another boy rabbit because the potter books are on the list religious groups are critical of sorcery Margaret Atwood's handmaid's tale is mentioned to for Paul Garrity and sexual overtones I'm a Donahue

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`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

`Handmaid's Tale,' Harry Potter on challenged books list

"The top two R. Alex Gino's George and Susan Copeland's beyond magenta transgender teens speak out both because of trans gender content number three John Oliver's parody of the children's book by vice president Mike pence's wife a day in the life of Marlon Brando all story is about Marlon Bundo falling in love with another boy rabbit because the potter books are on the list religious groups are critical of sorcery Margaret Atwood's handmaid's tale is mentioned to for Paul Garrity and sexual overtones I'm a Donahue

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Hells Angel: Sonny Barger

Kingpins

11:04 min | 2 years ago

Hells Angel: Sonny Barger

"On a typical weekend nights in Oakland. Nine hundred and sixty five. Sonny Barger had just received a call. One of his fellow hells angels was in trouble at a local bar. Sunny arrived to survey the scene at the four hundred club. He soon spotted the angel in his girlfriend being hassled by half a dozen guys from the local chrome shop. The ringleader had had just enough beers to be brave enough to trash. Talk the toughest guys in Oakland Sunny stocked over cool and collected to tell his brother that it was time to go and for good measure. He stuck twenty-five automatic in the mouth of the ringleader. Just to let him know what would happen if he didn't stop running his mouth. Shut him up sunny and the angel left but the Gulf remained doubled back inside to retrieve her through the window. Sunny spotted the ringleader. Giving her trouble he shook his head big mistake he'd already been warned once. Sunny stormed back in walked up to the guy and hits him on the side of the head with his twenty-five but the gun accidentally went off grazing. The man's skull sunny chuckled to himself. He'd been trying not to hurt the poor idiot but fate at clearly intervened so sunny grant this poor bleeding. Drunken mess bent him over the pool table and shot him again the lesson. Don't mess with a hells angel. Welcome to kingpins apar- Original I'm Alastair murden and I'm Kate Leonard. Every Friday. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they full as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses. We'll explore how money and power change them and how it changed the community around them. You can find episodes of kingpins and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream kingpins for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type kingpins in the search bar at podcast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter podcast network this week with telling the story of Sonny Banga Legendary President of the Oakland Biker? Gang the hell's angels this week. We'll be exploring his club's rise to national infamy alongside the counterculture movements of the nineteen sixties. Next week we'll see how drugs and crime changed the face of the club forever in Nineteen Sixty three twenty five year old. Sonny Bono was president of the Oakland. Chapter of the hells angels. This meant he sat at the top of the burgeoning empire of outlaw motorcycle clubs known for drinking fighting and dealing drugs. Many anti-establishment organizations like these actually rose to prominence after world. War Two military veterans. Who had trouble fitting back into the square world of the nineteen fifties needed somewhere to go and shoot the breeze? Hollywood saw the appeal to the Marlon Brando movie. The Wild One introduced audiences across America to the world of leather jacket wearing motorcycle. Gangs causing mayhem. Wherever they went. But in the summer of nineteen sixty three sunny bargar had a bigger concern establishing his Oakland Charter as the dominant. Hells Angel Club even more powerful than the Founding San Bernardino Chapter. He also wanted to unite with other outlaw motorcycle clubs around the State. Sure they spent a fair amount of time beating each other up and jockeying for territory but they could put their beef aside to unite against a common foe. The cops so sunny bargar had an idea that would eventually become a hells angels tradition the Labor Day. Weekend RUN OUTLAW. Motorcycle clubs from all over the state would unite in Porterville California a medium sized town halfway between Fresno and Bakersfield there was no Setai Tin Ary. Just a plan to drink smoke weed and get up to whatever. Mischief found them. Sunny Bargar led his Oakland. Hells angels into Porterville to rendezvous with four other leading clubs the stray Satan's the galloping goose's the Coleman sheriffs and the cavaliers in all there were about two hundred bikers invading a town of about nine thousand people. At first everything went according to plan with bikers from different clubs bonding over drugs and women then an Oakland Angel Named Charlie. Magoo was having a drink in a bar minding his own business when an old townie through a beer in his face as soon as Magoo leapt to his feet. The old townie realized he'd made a grave error. There was no way he could take this guy in a fight. The townie bumbled an apology but it was too little too late. Magoo punched him in the face. The old man stumbled so Magoo punched him a second time. Then a third. The old man collapsed on the floor. Knock out but instead of settling things the townie went home grabbed. A gun came back and pointed it at Magoo. This was his town. These angels needed to go Vista Magoo had backup a group of fellow. Angels grabbed townies gun and turned it back around on him. They all took turns beating him until he had to be sent to the hospital. Meanwhile sunny was presiding over a Bachan. All that had taken over the Porterville main drag motorcycles were racing each other down the street the bikers girlfriends and female hangers on. Were having wet. T shirt contests. Everyone was drunk high or both. The angels stopped any vehicles passing through town and forced open. Their car does if they were young women in the car. They attempted to pull them out so they could join the party whether they wanted to on not not. Everyone was thrilled namely the Porterville. Chief of police. He worried he was losing control of the situation so he called out to other counties for backup by nine thirty PM over two hundred and fifty cops rolled into downtown to stop the madness. Their first move was to set up a blockade hoping to direct the bikers. Down One road out of town once was set the chief got on the Bullhorn and announce the bike has had five minutes to clear out. Meanwhile fire trucks spreads soapy water down the main streets making it impossible to race they turn their hoses on bikers. Knocking them off their harleys. Local teens even got into the action climbing to the tops of buildings and throwing bricks down onto the street faced with an army of guns hoses and bricks. The bikers had no choice but to leave town. Sunny led his bikers to the parking lot of Sports Center. A few miles outside of town to assess the situation as they counted their ranks. They realized they were missing for members who had been knocked off their bikes and arrested. Some of the other clubs wanted to give up and peel out. They trusted that lost members to bail themselves out of jail and find their way home but sunny refused to leave without all of his Oakland. Hells Angels Brothers. So at two thirty. Am they turned their bikes around and headed? Back to PORTERVILLE SEVILLE COPS had lined up squad cars to block the bridge leading into town and they were prepared to wait as long as it took for the hells angels to leave town for Good. Sunny wasn't intimidated. By the show of force. He ordered his bikers to line up in a counter blockade across the other half of the bridge. If the cops wouldn't let people into town. Then the hells angels wouldn't let anyone leave either. It was a standoff. Eventually a highway patrol officer approached sunny to try and broker peace sunny told the officer he just wanted his men back and would gladly pay the twenty five dollars for their bail. The officer took them to the portable chief of police. But the chief didn't think twenty five dollars was enough his counter-offer fifty thousand dollars. Sunny exploded in anger. He was trying to play by the rules. And these cops were trying to take advantage of him. Sensing a confrontation. The highway patrol officer scrambled to get the chief to agree to a low a bail sunny and the chief agreed to fifty dollars. And the Hells Angels. Pass the hat to raise the money. It seemed like a fair resolution. Yet by the time sunny and the bikers finally left town. They found another row of cops waiting for them. Ready to pull over any angel. Whose bike wasn't up to code and as a group devoted to customizing their rides. This was damn near all of them. This was the last Straw for Sonny. They were done being stopped by the cops. He ordered his men to outrun the police and they did in just one night sonny. Berger proved himself the undisputed leader of the hells angels and the baddest of all the outlaw bikers in California.

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Kirk Douglas, Towering Icon of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Dies at 103

Q

07:24 min | 2 years ago

Kirk Douglas, Towering Icon of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Dies at 103

"So that's from the nineteen sixty film Spartacus it's Kirk Douglas in one of the best known scenes of his long Hollywood career Kirk Douglas died yesterday at the remarkable age of a hundred and three throughout the fifties and sixties he embodied a certain romantic idea of Old World masculinity in his films he often made movies about cowboys and soldiers prize fighters and rebels his most famous movie was Spartacus but the movie that made him a Hollywood star with the nineteen forty nine boxing movie champion the person he was in real life often mirrored the tough man that he portrayed on screen Kirk Douglas had a difficult childhood he grew up in New York in extreme poverty he actually was a wrestler and spent time in the navy before his success on Broadway he later went on to make movies that now define the era of Hollywood classics in nineteen eighty one Kirk Douglas received the presidential medal of freedom and fifteen years later he earned an honorary Oscar for lifetime achievement Jason Gorder he's a movie critic and a big fan of Kirk Douglas is work and he's here to reflect on the actors impact on the film world to chase and thanks for being here my pleasure and honor to speak about this giant of talent what do you think when you think Kirk Douglas I think somebody that helped change what we think of of modern cinema frankly he's he bridge is very much the gap between sort of the traditional Hollywood leading man that's sort of you know the beautiful dimple in the middle of his chin the incredible physique a sort of sense that we had of the strong man the strong big actor but is also somebody that brought a great deal sensitivity to his character system the steps two wasn't simply a matinee idol who somebody that sort of brought through his performance a dramatic richness that would we'd be exhibited in many of his contemporaries people like Burt Lancaster but also into people like Marlon Brando who get celebrations and more but he also brought a very political a sophisticated political angle to his films he somebody that absolutely shifted the conversation but what it was like to be a performer not simply studio tool but somebody that could take charge of his own career and shift at and that's when the look of the great things that he did everything that we saw after the fact of of these performers that are able to shape their careers much more explicit way he was a pioneer on that front would you consider that is greatest contribution or what for you just it gleams above all the rest I mean for me my personal connection or to serve master pieces which are the films that he did with Kubrick puzzle glory was a film that nobody wanted to make nobody wanted to make this sort of anti war sophisticated look at World War one it was sort of it was a war that nobody was particularly interested in such a grisly film that about moral ambivalence that wasn't really to be taken up and he and his production company Brina named after his mother foster got the money together now a great deal the budget went towards him but nonetheless he gave a shot to this this quirky New York filmmaker called Stanley Kubrick an fifty seven nineteen sixty while he was doing Spartacus the other our grand collaboration there's another director and after a week Douglas realize this is not going to work and he brought in correct now that the dynamic between the two of them was a little tenuous but none the less he brought this to start the superstar director to one of the sort of last big epic Hollywood cast of thousands films and still injected with the with this real subtlety and real intelligence of performance and finally with Spartacus again the connection Douglas Trumbull is it was Kirk Douglas who unapologetically said this blacklisted armed writer is going to get credit actually John F. Kennedy cross the picket line in order to see Spartacus this is what broke the blacklist the famous arms those that were accused of being communists so in so many ways I Kirk Douglas of star power was used for good he was used to bring stories to screen that would have been brought otherwise he brought directors that otherwise Hollywood didn't think that were I'm sufficiently commercial and you brought to light the hypocrisy of actually bring these writers to to dream if for the if you only watch two forms of Kirk Douglas these are ones actually fully sober in you know a lot of people will be doing that tonight I want to play you a clip from almost thirty years ago no looking back I realize I was much more successful when I forgot about being a hit for years I proclaim loudly that a movie must be good entertainment no messages for me but I've changed it must in some small way touch improve humanity that was Kirk Douglas accepting a lifetime achievement award from the American film institute and you can hear that Douglas was ingesting this chiseled jaw line or a typical Hollywood celebrity of the era is like you say he was a man of principle and you're quite cranky I hear that a lot of people didn't get along with him but is that how he will be remembered do you think is a man of principle was incredibly philanthropic and and again his story is fascinating he has for his father was a smart the dealer a rag command in upstate New York came from nothing I'm dealt with severe anti semitism the sun changes name sort of inculcates himself into Hollywood as a sort of brash fully American leading man from that he saw the the division between high and low and he really took that film trophic spirit that's that moral spirit the moral conviction through his career what a hundred three is a long time to live but he lived a very very full life and I believe when he was getting at AFI award he had just been in a tragic helicopter accident then here he is again I'm coming to the fore because he was called his performance he was there to actually have the signs that he also had a stroke he's kind of had nine lives and his son Michael Douglas was watching all of this and he's an acting icon in his own right do you think that that what is it from Kirk Douglas that you see that Michael Douglas has it has in him I mean I've said the drive the conviction but of the the big deal is that once a problem OR one flew over the cuckoo's nest was a Kirk Douglas production he actually did the stage production he got the rights again he saw this very quirky very politically charged project his son would eventually produce the film in the Afghan Oscar glory because of that so so the the tradition certainly carries along with Michael Douglas but the I mean it's it's for for viewers who are not familiar with this film we just don't really have a Kirk Douglas anymore the system doesn't really work with that but we have certain people the Brad Pitt's of this world who are stars but also bringing in these films after their production so it's quite remarkable thank you so much Jason Jason is a film critic he joins us live in the studio to talk about the death of Hollywood actor Kirk Douglas who died yesterday at the age of a hundred

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"marlon brando" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on KCRW

"Time with help from the and as more American celebrities became involved the world became aware of the blatant racial injustice in the south actors Marlon Brando in city party a athletes Jackie Robinson and Jim Brown and musicians Miles Davis and Harry Belafonte began speaking out in support of civil rights all the staff nineteen sixty one the rat pack Frank Sinatra Sammy Davis junior and Dean Martin give a fundraising concert at Carnegie Hall to honor doctor king the reason we made fun of the racial tensions in the south Sinatra at one point said go to the back of the bus Sammy Sammy responded Jews don't go to the back of the bus Frank in nineteen sixty three Alabama's governor George Wallace tried to stop black students from attending the university of Alabama in the Boise P. leader Medgar Evers was assassinated in Jackson Mississippi and on may second nineteen sixty three Dr king ignored advice from family and friends struck out on his own I launched a children's crusade and Birmingham that is how long in Unitarian bass Pollock and numb yeah out of six thousand marchers between the ages of six and sixteen nine hundred fifty nine were arrested the world watched children being bitten by dogs the little girl being rolled down the street from the pressure of fire hoses the world also hurt the children.

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"marlon brando" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

Dead Celebrity

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

"Well if I can stand on my soapbox for just a minute I would tell you that anybody over the age of eighteen should have some sort of Surrogate decision making document powertrain healthcare powertrain. If you're a parent who has a child in college you can quickly realize that yes. You can pay the bill but that doesn't necessarily mean that the university is GonNa tell you what their grades are so Having those documents place at any age is important so I don't. It's not something that we tend to think a as just an old person's move to get a power of attorney to have a trust but the truth is it's really relevant and any age and so I would encourage advisors to encourage all of their clients to have this place. College student woundings ample it. Because I think that's one that maybe two estate planners is pretty familiar but to Wealth planners and you don't think about it as much because you do think about with these things were for older people right well. So we're all at the age of eighteen become legally adult so we can vote and enter honored to contracts and we can get credit cards and buy cars and autonomous individuals and so while we still think of an eighteen year old college freshman it as being a kid some legally they are adults and that means that mom or dad no longer have the ability to act or to receive information privacy laws us Apply at that point and so college students and essentially do what they want without mom and dad's knowledge but having a power of attorney allow mom mom and dad or whoever they name to remain involved and to receive information then. I think this is a really interesting. Getting a pretty recent development for the most part took to provide us to be aware of this idea of you know when kids are adults. Because I think we're seeing especially moments too well off families families that you know quote unquote kids are living at home and not leaving the house until twenty five thirty. You know what I mean. They're still like that's my kid but that's also a thirty year old adults uh-huh who has you know certain powers and responsibilities and legal protections in this case that may interfere with what you actually end up getting in the way more than the end up protecting dot com. If you're not properly prepared and just because they're living in the basement doesn't mean that Mama Dads to make decisions for them and I often point out when I'm talking to married couples that not just because people are legally married doesn't mean that they have the ability to act on each other's behalf either and I use the example. That if I'm in a car accident my spouse can't call four one K.. Company and say we need to withdraw or I need to file a claim Because they don't if without a the power of attorney there's no ability to act on my behalf and so whether it's college kids going to college or spouses having that second person to make Decisions is critical at all stages of life. This is kind of an interesting apropos of nothing but previous episode we spoke about the challenges oranges facebook. LGBTQ clients and this is maybe one area these areas of healthcare proxies and hours of attorney where whales. It'd be to. You actually may be ahead of more. Typical Hetero normative clients because they you know without having marriage. They were sort of forced to become very familiar with these things and these were their own the options to sort of try to recreate the bundle of rights. That marriage presents. That supposed to mean. But it's just sort of an interesting thing that popped absolutely. I agree one hundred percent that There have been That's that's a place where we see a lot more advancement than between sort of bill traditional at normative couples. So we mentioned we've mentioned payroll attorneys a couple of times healthcare proxies other any other me less us. Well known the the planner should be aware of that are are extra useful. Well certainly when it comes to health care I recommend and will always as prepare a hippo waiver for clients so in most states having a healthcare parv attorney Means that you've named a Person Stanton Act and to make health care decisions in the event that you were not capable of making them so think of being surgery. I can't make a decision because I'm under anesthesia. Who's WHO's GonNa have the right to say? Yes it's okay to take XYZ courts faction however that's only effective when I don't have capacity and and there's a lot of there at any given point in time you may want somebody to help you get information in order to help you make decisions but it doesn't mean that you're incapacitated And so having a hip waiver will allow somebody to access your protected. Health Information For example you go see a doctor you get a test result well and you have no idea what it means. He really want somebody else to be able to call and talk and get that test result and see if the two of you can sit down web web. MD or Google search and figure out. What does this mean and where we go from here Or in the case where you have an older adult who may have some cognitive impairment that they're not legally glee incapacitated could be useful to have family members or whoever you've named as a healthcare agent to be able to communicate with doctors to find out all really did happen at appointment. Am I understanding this correctly so that is something that I've seen. Not everybody comes away from their claim with and then certainly certainly using A trust it not appropriate. For an all circumstances I mean a lot of it depends on acid levels. State Law what your goals are But having a trust if appropriate is a way that a successor trustee could manage the event of a disability such as dementia or cognitive crime impairment although I would say that the power of attorney and Tracy worked together and so You may have assets in in a trust and so the trustee can manage those assets but yet if you get a five thousand dollar power bill. The trustee can't call the power company and say. Why is this I vow power bill? It's not how that works. But the agent proper attorney can call to say something doesn't seem right here. Let's investigate further and so it lets you say it is a legitimate five thousand thousand nine power building. The trustee can pay but those functions need to cooperate. So let's bring this all together. I guess you have thunder diligence. And then you put these things in place and you have a client you know I guess like Brando who sort of in and out. Let's say they're not clearly incapacitated. Take the you know their lucid. And they want to do something strange with their state. What does that? What does the kick to the beehive? What looking lights just become a effort now of bringing all the people all the advisers and all the people who are named in these documents sort of like parse whether this should be allowed to go through well? Well that's where you have this issue of capacity whether or not somebody does have legal capacity to do something strange because if you take away the possible kind of impairment and somebody just decides all of a sudden they WANNA leave their entire estate to their dog while we all have the right to do that right and so you don't want the incapacity or potential cognitive impairment to overshadow that however a good planner is going to know you know this is unusual and on this is going or likely will result in some sort of litigation. So let's make sure all the is are dotted and t's across so often if we're getting this sort of the chain unusual change. I will have the client. Go see a neuro psychiatrist to get an exam to. Do you know confirm that the client has the ability to understand the nature and extent of their actions. I clearly document my meetings with the client can't to and to make sure that the client is not subject to undue influence so I'm meeting with them privately. Making sure that they're in a safe situation that they wanna WanNa tell me. No you know. Somebody is forcing me to do this. That I can get them out of that. In a way that's not going to Potentially upset the influence her working with with all the advisers. So I don't like to do anything in a vacuum vacuum as an estate planning attorney. I WANNA get the involved. I WANNA get the financial advisor involves involves that way. We're all on the same page aware of what these changes are And a lot of times we insights from other advisers that the client hasn't given me as the estate planner and likewise so it becomes a team effort but the team of advisers and the the client as opposed to miss the other people in documents like the executor although sometimes you do have the trustee involved depending on how the trust is set up who were not a timer. Hi I'm here so I'm going to put you on the spot at the end here and ask you to take the sort of vastly complex issue and try to boil it down to two. Maybe one lesson. What's what's the one Saying if you could tell all advisors one thing about these issues of dimension lack of capacity that you wish everyone knew. Wow that really is putting me on. The spot isn't I would say plan early and get to know your clients. That's the biggest That's the biggest I takeaway for most people and that's really how you recognize that there are problems is if you see a change in behavior and if you don't know your plants well he you won't be able to identify that changed behavior so Having them plant early and then just continuously being involved meet with them regularly whether it's annually quarterly whatever's appropriate for you and your practice but no what's going on over all the time we have for today's episode. To thank our absolutely awesome guest McDowell. Thanks I'm thrilled to be here. Throw the have you and for listeners. All of you next time or I guess you'll hear me next time. Thank you for listening to the dead celebrity podcast. Click the subscribe button below to become notified. When new episodes become available the information covered in posted represents the views and opinions of the guests and does not necessarily represent the views opinions of Informa- Norma Wealth Management Dot com the content has been made available for informational and educational purposes? Only the content is not intended to be a substitute for professional investing advice. I always think of your financial advisor or other qualified financial service provider with any questions you may have regarding your investment planning aw..

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"marlon brando" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

Dead Celebrity

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

"Around the nation and has worked on revisions legislations which affect people with disabilities in North Carolina. Thanks for joining us. Thanks thanks for having me so. The subject of today's episode is legendary actor in Hollywood icon Marlon Brando. Whether it be is a young honk. Industry named desire is now highly controversial performance in last tango in Paris or his Oscar winning role in the Godfather. Brenda was interesting. Presence who commanded demanded the audience's attention sadly aged the legendary actors behavior became increasingly erratic for instance during the infamously fraught filming of Nineteen Ninety. Six is the island of Dr Moreau which was one of his final films. Brando's titular character appears several times wearing this odd tubular bula metallic hats. That hat was actually a metal. Ice Bucket of the actor would occasionally just showed the set wearing on his head and he would refuse to remove it so the director urged to film him while he wore and they were they wrap like a piece of cloth around to make it look like at that he was eventually diagnosed with dementia. Really shouldn't have come. As much of a US. Brando's estate has been the subject of dozens of lawsuits since his death in two thousand and four eighty years of age and many of these suits centered on the lack of clarity surrounding his true intentions as expressed in his will and trust which he did have in the weeks preceding. His death. Brando is so paranoid that he refused to leave his bedroom. mm-hmm demanded that it'd be padlocked night. He was apparently very worried that someone would sneak into steal a buttons off his shirt while he slept yet despite his clearly deteriorating a two rating mental capacity brandis under an amendment to his will thirteen days before his death. The new will place his personal assistant. A fifty years and his business manjoo forty years with new executors. Despite accusations of lack of competence elder abuse and forgery Brando's new executives have kept tight control over his estate image and legacy have been very aggressively litigious suing everyone from a furniture company. That was selling a brand new chair to Madonna. For using his imaging a concert the executives also cut a deal involving a private island Brando owned in the South Pacific because of course you private island and allowed it to be turned into a resort art with a brand would have wanted his private island to commercialize. This way is but one of many questions asked by those close to the star who has since sued his estate alleging. Judging these actors have an unknown Tensions including a number of supposed verbal promises of cash and property. He allegedly made several close confidants veracity city. These claims is very difficult to parse largely because of the very saint loss of capacity that allowed Brando to potentially be taken advantage of in the first place. The loss awesome capacity be it through dementia or some other means is a very real threat to basically all of our clients Particularly those who are getting up there in age so let's start with the very basics. What are some signs that advisers can look forward to determine if their clients may be experiencing some loss of capacity? Well that's a great question and and Unfortunately your adviser isn't they're not sitting at home with the client so you some of the things like you mentioned about padlocking the bedroom at night at advisors not going to necessarily know about that on the other hand if you have had a long standing relationship with the client and they always do x Y Z and then all of a sudden you're getting a cold out of the blue that changes the pattern in which they're acting that's a good sign unless there's some sort of logical no reason behind it forgetting appointments. That's a pretty common one or showing up days and times. That are unexpected. Those are things that are are pretty easy for an advisor to see it's challenging because it they're often legitimate reasons why somebody without Cognitive impairment would do that on the other hand. You WanNa look for frequency and not having legitimate reasons as signs that made me you should be scratching your head a little little bit and thinking a little bit more about the reasoning behind. What's happening or why the client is Acting that way And phone phone calls for a client is repeating themselves or you have a conversation and then they call again the next day and you're having the same conversation again and then you have a week later dots another other indicator that made me. Something's going on that requires a little bit more and investigation. And so if you start to notice these these things you know some of these. You know repeatedly missing meetings normally sort of prompt client missing meetings all of a sudden or as you mentioned the strange phone calls else. What's the first step that you take? This is sort of a very difficult. Obviously on subject to broach with client. What do you do I right? It's never we're good idea to say. Hey I think you have dementia mixed this That's not a good approach. Not GonNa get you very far. Hopefully the client has given you you either a protected party or somebody that you can share information with that you might people to call and say. Hey I've noticed some behavioral. That's a little bit unusual and I and I think maybe we need conversation Ideally or if the client's has a power of attorney you're in its immediately effective. Dan that may be somebody to reach out to to say. Hey I have some concerns or maybe just getting the client in themselves and instead of saying hey I think you have dementia. Hey I've noticed some things that are a little bit unusual and I'm concerned I don't want you to make any decisions that are harmful to you. Can we talk about. Aw We want to handle this. Or what direction do you want me to follow because just having some mild cognitive impairment or dementia does not mean that somebody is incapable of managing their own affairs. And it's very important to maintain a normal relationship to the extent you can with a client and to provide them with the respect that they they deserve but at the same time. You WanNa make sure. They're protected so that they don't call and tell you to liquidate some huge portfolio to the tune of Huge capital gain without having thought through this alway very important You brought up that if you could like you to expand on a little bit. This idea idea of some loss of mental capacity is not complete loss of capacity sort of a fine line. There between someone who maybe is deteriorating are losing a little bit and and someone who is not capable of making decisions right Very interesting at Ito almost situational what decisions they have the ability to make So so being forgetful and on forgetting that they have just met with the advisor their portfolio last week and they want to review it again that in itself it is a recent to say they don't have capacity but when they start making decisions directions that are very you obviously in not in their best interest or very obviously bad decisions. That's when it's time to start worrying and seeing if you can get somebody somebody else. Family member friend trusted adviser involved in order to make sure that they don't make decisions that are harmful to them. And what you really want to look for a change because it people make bad decisions all the time right and has nothing to do with dementia. They're just making poor choices. But if you have a client that's made very very intelligent. Well thought out decisions entire life and then all of a sudden direction to do something. That's just outrageous. That's a problem. I think it's important to sort of keep an even keel when you're sort of judging your clients or there's a an old adage amongst financial advisers sort of that like Poor people are crazy but wealthy. People are just eccentric the more money someone has the more willing. We often or to overlook some I guess for lack of better and Cockamamie behavior around as we see what brand alright Brando people were just like. Oh it's just so difficult and nearly as you know they thought he was just like a you know an Prima Donna actor which to a certain extent it probably probably was but also to a certain extent you. It's clearly you know mentally ill. So it's important to keep these things in mind that all clients need to be treated equally and you have to keep an even keel. You'll judgment about what's really going on with them absolutely and if a client wants to call you every day to talk about what's going on with their portfolio or whatever you're working on them and it's a big client and it's just because they forgot that you had the conversation the day before what's the harm and taking that phone call other than yes. I understand that they're certainly timing ball but if they're really good clients usually. We're happy to accommodate that and that that doesn't mean that you need to make any changes. That in itself is an indication of some kind of impairment. But yet there's no harm in taking the Fogo so once you notice and say unfortunately you noticed some of these cognitive impairments in your clients. Is there a point. I mean obviously kind of is illegal concern as well in terms of trying to add to planner create new documents. Where's the cutoff between it? Being almost true late to sort of try to add new things the person that's too far gone if you haven't already prepared enough for well so having capacity is always illegal goal termination. It's not necessarily a medical determination. Will the lawyers will often look to Physicians in Neuro Psychiatrist or psychologist to help determine Herman whether or not somebody has capacity If the client is clearly unaware of who they are where they are day in time who their children are you you know the fact that they have an IRA a roth. IRA in an investment account irregular brokerage account. Okay that's an indicator that they're not capable of making informed decisions and then it's probably too late to do anything although you if they have a power of attorney WanNa take a look at the turn turney in perhaps the agent under the attorney can make decisions if there is no financial power of attorney. No person that you have the ability to reach out and communicate with about the client because we do have privacy rules in place Then there are usually Salihi Government agencies that you can call to report on concerns about abuse elder abuse and I use that term elder abuse abuse exploitation and neglect and that neglects can even be self neglect. And when you report than there are procedures in place as to help. Make sure that that person's protected for our listeners will include some of those links to those government agencies in the show notes if you check the for just pitch ideally when clients. I come to you and you're starting a relationship encouraging them to work with a competent estate estate. Planning Attorney to make sure that they have something in place is really important. I br C prevention and forethought rather than reaction in at a time when it may be too late but I realize it's not always possible kind of actually preempted my next question here a little bit this. This is a challenge that all clients kind of face down right especially as you know alone jeopardy becomes more of a danger which was a weird way to to think about it but you know the clients live longer and longer you know. There's the chance that most people are going to have some sort of of loss of mental capacity of some level at some point. So how much of preventative plenty of talking with his power of attorneys things like that should just become standard practices for all clients regardless.

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Remembering Gloria Vanderbilt, heiress and designer

Brett Winterble

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Remembering Gloria Vanderbilt, heiress and designer

"A noted fashion icon and socialite has died c._b._s. news deborah rodriguez looks back at the life of gloria vanderbilt when gloria vanderbilt was a child newspapers called her the poor little rich girl because the heiress was at the center of a lurid child custody battle between her mother and her aunt adult she'd be famous for four marriages while her memoirs detailed flings with the likes of marlon brando and frank sinatra not content to be just a socialite vanderbilt had careers as an actress artist and designer she even appeared in commercials for products bearing her name use stretch denim jeans and in recent years she'd be known as the mother of c._n._n. journalist anderson cooper deborah rodriguez

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"marlon brando" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:25 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Convertible playing the song. I remember being exactly where I was. I was literally right in front of Marlon Brando's house brand of his old house. I think he was dead. I'm not sure though, I can't remember but no, it was like what was it was like Marlon Brando? Jack Nicholson Warren Beatty, all in the same little little area, giving come to the door with a with a little brick of butter in Shan bitty. Yeah. But, you know who we lived across the street from one of the either Jacoby Myers can't remember which one? I never saw them Koby, and I met Meyers although not directly my very first marriage actually went to Coby and Myers. Heggie. Koby. Shepherd direction. Bronx funny, actually had Jacoby and Meyers you didn't have one of their latkes. Well, I'm sure they franchised it out. I'm sure they franchised it out. But that leads us into the discussion. It's good to see the jet said Juliet, did not have a relationship like Marlon Brando, had forget what it was him parish, what was that film, in butted up to toys, and he ended up the touch? Yeah. You don't remember that? What are you talking about buttered up the toy? Oh, god. Please tell me you're not saying what I think you should. Film that you're not saying. No idea what you're talking. Very inappropriate. No, I hope this is not like what he was engaged in anal sex. This. What that last Tango in Paris. You're right. You miss. With a brick of butter Noah. I heard that part. That's my point. Oh, god. Let's face it Marlon Brando's freaky. Women frozen vegetables. You name it shed Stroman that because us out on that island two. I mean maybe goats but. Spectacles? You're lucky you didn't up into the clutches Marlon Brando. Plus he had a relationship with Wally Cox. The most unlikely couple you'd ever wanna know what couple as in relationship boyfriend boyfriend, I'm watching it. What was that who's Wally Cox Wali Khan shoes on that program in which it which game shows he was famous for being on game shows? He was like a nerdy. Yes. Mr. Bers. Right. Marlin Brin God, he was ever and conches like to, to peace in pot. Well, he, he was good friends, because they grew up in Evanston, Illinois together. He was good friends apparently in the neighborhood. Good friends. I I it's this, right? I don't I don't wanna say. Brando with getting on. Oh, it was. I've got a secret, grit and boy. She what you learned today. This is all Wikipedia. I'm learning from Wikipedia told me that he was from Illinois, remember Chicago. I'm watching, I think it was. I gotta chic, but he was also on others. He was on all kinds of game shows. And my dad said you see that overhead hooked. I don't know Curtis. I'm reading I'm reading that they did live together. They were best. But that doesn't mean that you are having relations and Brang over butter back, then they had you guys live together doesn't mean that he was having relationship. Apparently he grew up with this kid. I'm sure he did. I'm sure they shared a lot of experience together. Either way. Garden jet said Juliet is blushing because I had to reveal to her the relationship that Wally. That's not why I was blushing I was blushing because of your strange phrases that you like to bring up in that, that makes me drop by George take it into. Office. And remember he had another relationship with a guy from Illinois, Peoria, Peoria, Illinois. Who is this? You seem to know a lot of very famous brand of various black comedian, that recently came out Richard Pryor him. You pry got it on. Yes. I think I read that believes that one. I don't believe it. I'm just saying you can't just automatically assume you can't make this blanket generalization because somebody likes the guy and they live together that guy Mila Evanston is outside. She guys from Illinois. Not New York, not Colorado. Yes. Boys anyway, special little milk fed way about them. Manage square in the great facilities provided to us to do this world cash. All of you j diets jet Juliette has taken a Prozac. She is cool calm and collected now that we are off of Muller time. It's more. The Trump issue, I don't have an issue with you don't declare to be an expert on the mullahs report, nor do I, but both of us collaboratively are experts about second third and fourth marriages we are, and whether they work in not. And then you're going to help some of those out there. Who is shown influx with the five signs that your marriage is not gonna make it your remarriage is not gonna make that's a big one. It's not doing. You know, you're ready to like his full over the side. Well, the thing is that, you know. Yes. Curtis and I, we have been married a few times, and we tend to get insults educationally and some people say, wow. That's that's, you know, brave of you to go forth into that territory again. But the fact is, when you have been married before, you know what you're getting yourself into. And if it's something that you just don't find pleasant. Maybe it's just not the right thing for you. Okay. That's one thing. But if you'd like the idea of marriage of the person you are with this is for you. This is I see I declare myself to be Shiro marriage marriage here. That means I get married. It doesn't matter how many impediments have been put up in front of me. What logic people might make with me. In order to talk me out. Out of it. I am a serial merrier. Yes. But the problem was in the past that you were not a serial monogamist whilst being married. It was one time I wasn't that got me into double trouble that got you into. Yes. Lot, double trouble. Usually what causes problems in the marriage guys, the Beato gets out of control, and then all of a sudden, a lot of mama drama. Yes. And you had quite a bit of that. Yes. But the thing is when you're young you go into your first marriage, and you basically, I think a lot of us get a rude shock when we kind of realize getting married and the whole idea of the party in reception and all this business. It's very, it's a lot of fun. And it's very distracting. But once you actually get into the marriage, you're married, and whoa. All of a sudden, you realize I just committed myself for the rest of my life. I mean, that was at least the way, I was when I was in my first marriage, I was twenty one years old never a million years, should have got married. But interestingly, just two things before I give you my, my little pieces of advice in the US remarriages are less less successful than they are in the UK people who get married for second or third or fourth time, the statistics are not very strong. So it's kind of like for Americans. Maybe you know. The general messages, hold off. Well, that's because we're so used to in America here. Catch and release catch the one you love you get married to her in my case. And then all of a sudden she releases you release her. Well, then what's the difference between here and the United Kingdom? What's the difference with the Brits? Because the Brits the stats there say, people who've been married before are less likely to get divorced, if they marry again, American life in the UK, particularly as you go outside a London is very boring. Very boring. You're out in the middle of the Midland's in Birmingham. Manchester. Monotonous. And I think you just settle into a marriage living in England. You say as boring. I say it has to do your little bit on the Mark there. I think it has to do with cities. I think people who live in big cities are more likely to get divorced because of the fact that you have a certain type of personality. Typically when you live in a big city, you're more tend to lean in the type a sort of way and you come across more people so easily distracted, you're more likely to be distracted in a large urban area with a massive people then out there and leave it to be father, no special little house on the prairie. Yes. Now I have some, some little signs common signs that you are going into some sketchy territory. If you're planning to get married, a follow up marriage planning to get religion. Let's touch on you, and listen. And again, because I have been married several times, I think that I am an expert laugh all you want. But I've learned. Yeah. The number one on the expert status the hard way. Yes. Follow up marriages can be tough. If there's an angry ex on the scene. If you still have yourself caught up with some ex who's pissed off that you dumped her, or whatever the case may be fighting over the kids, they're still drama going on obviously. I can make your remarriage struggle that can make life even worse than it was. When you stuck with her. Oh a hundred percent. Well, especially if you brought somebody else into your life, then that person, you know, you wanna protect them in and nurture the relationship, but the relationship is constantly being attacked with swords and daggers by the X recipe for another failure. All right. How about your children because you had a child. Now you have three you had a child, and then you went into another relationship were your was your child hostile to the new marriage. If that is the case, if your children are hostile to the new marriage. That's a sign that you may be heading into sketchy territory with a remarriage. No, I don't think they're hostile. I don't really know much when I mean, they don't really know much about my situation, my oldest son, does Anthony. But now my younger son about your situation. The fact that a married to Nancy now. Oh, they don't know about that. I think they have an idea my younger sons, but Anthony actually spent a lot of time with us. So. You know, he's hippo on everything. I think the younger boys are not. They have they met her. No. Oh, this is interesting. Now what does she think about that doesn't like it? Whole worth rats. Rats are running around. Well, she has access Anthony's show. She liked to have access to my two young sons. I told her that will happen in time. But when you have mothers who don't want the, the boys, even meeting one another. Oh, they don't want the boys necessarily meeting your new wife. That is Trump very dramatic. Okay. Well, you just checked off that one. Didn't you? On that. I guess so that's got to be really tough. I'm very sorry about that. Look, it is what it is. I know. But that's the thing. I mean that is that something that got into your head prior to your actual, settling down even thinking even? Yeah. That something that made Nancy. Pause perhaps. No, no, no. It's just something that neither of you like something that I've learned that others have gone through one hundred percent right? Yeah. Bolivia's too. I just that everybody got along. You know, I knew the Xs would battle. But normally the kids who had no one another from different relationships. But I see that in some instances, some kids have never met one enough. I would feel I think that if I had a child with let's say, let's say Jo and Joe and I split up and the child went, especially if they were younger and they went, and we're always hanging out with the new girlfriend or new wave. That would be really hard for me. I've actually, you know, whatever watched movies or watch TV shows, are, that would be a struggle. I think. If they hung out with the new girlfriend of the new wife, I, I would feel that I wouldn't be able to handle that, too. Well. You find difficult handling coalition time. I could easily see that putting you over the well if they call me names. Yeah. Well that like..

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"marlon brando" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:03 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Damage the fifties, fifty eight there as well, fifty eight and Peabody, sixty and sixty eight here at our studios. Let's go to the phone, and was the indicator, right there, Tyrone. How you doing? Good morning. I'm doing good Morgan. How're you doing? All right. Did you go to my website? No, I didn't because I had Gary king research, the voyage to the bottom of the same machine gun for you. And. Wait a minute. Let me stop you there for a second. Yeah. But see now. Forget it more again. I just had a senior moment. I was I wanted to say darn it but you don't remember do you know I just lost it flat. Second. All right. Can I now continue where I was before? I lose it. Yeah, you can continue. We'll thank you. You wanted information about the Double Trigger machine gun found on the TV series voice to the bottom of the C-correct. Correct. Jerry king whose father did special effects for that show. And one of the people I use as a rotating guest said, he check it out. He indeed did check it out. And he found the semantics for a couple of those guns. And he emailed it to me. I then put that on my website. So that may answer your Double Trigger question. Oh, also. So I have to go to your website. What is WWW Morgan wake dot com or Morgan white junior, JR yacht com? We're gonna wait junior dot. Yep. That up. I'll get the answer. Well, you're going to go through a few of the things that are on the website. Yes. Oh, okay. By the way, is to the bottom of the considered a Memorial Day, weekend war thing, or is that like out of the realm of the ram is a sci-fi thing, and it is relegated to Monday's meaty. Oh, okay. I was more of a of a of a, what do they call it retro TV network? Okay. I liked retro TV, but it's not in the Boston area anymore. Yeah. Okay. Well, anyway, Morgan, what what is what is the menu on, on the grill at the Morgan White House sold for Memorial Day weekend. I have absolutely no idea. Nancy? I eat. Who does the shopping, usually Nancy? Oh, okay. Well, I mean, if you're anything, like, Tony danza kind of a guy he does the shopping in the laundry, and the diaper changing of good for him when I was married and Evan my son. Was an infant, I stayed home because my schedule with clubs and radio allow me. During the day to be home. I changed my son with absolutely no problem. I. More than I did more than my ex wife did. Well, that's good Morgan because, you know, I never had, you know, I never had kids. I don't have on our daughter anything like that. And I never I never was able to, you know to change diapers was, I missing anything. Absolutely not. Absolutely not. Well, I have a I may Morial day weekend, trivia question for you Morgan, if you don't mind go right ahead. Okay. No, I don't remember the day I should remember it. But I don't remember the name of the World War, Two movie. But it was dean Martin's first breakout, serious real World War Two movie. And then have Marlon Brando in it, too. And, and there's other actor he was a big time Ecker back then. Oh, gosh. It was in the movie Red River with John Wayne, causing him a bunch of problems with his name Montgomery, Clift. Montgomery, clift. Dean Martin Marlon Brando. Okay. Yeah, this is my trivia question, Morgan okay, in that movie at the end of the movie were Dane, Martin shoots Marlon Brando and kills them. How many times did he plug them? I don't know. I don't know. I was like seven. Well, you're close, it was six times. Okay. Thought, boy, he did over kill Marlon Brando. Well, and was it? Some came running. I don't remember. I don't know. It was a big. It was a big movie. And. One more Morgan, if you don't mind around him. Mia Farrow, did the movie Rosemary's baby. Yes, she did. Okay. At that time. She was either married to or going to get married the Frank Sinatra. Okay. No, he did a World War Two movie. The same time she was doing Rosemary's baby. You know what that movie was called to movie von Ryan's express. No. What was it? I believe the movie was coffeehouse opened somebody would get this. I believe the movie was called none. But the brave you are. Right. That was a World War, Two two movie. Frank loose in. And it was like an around the same time as Rosemary's baby. Right. Looking at around nineteen sixty five or so. Yes. He couldn't understand, you know, he was you can kind of figure out what kind of a guy Franks, after was without even without even meeting them. You might you might assume he might have a short fuse. Yes. Now, he couldn't understand her doing a movie like that. You know, he you know, he didn't do movies like that. And he couldn't understand her doing a movie like that. And I'm sure he was friends with John cavities, but he couldn't understand doing a movie like that. A lot of world. He I am sure to further your point. Didn't have to worry about money and another script coming in a win. Will another script come in. She did. She did have to worry about the pedestrian way of life in Hollywood. So. Hey, look at her today Morgan. Yeah. Look at her today, and she looks like the kind of a galley seeing a laundromat, you wouldn't even begin to imagine. She was ever married the Frank Sinatra. No, you cannot. I agree. No, that's, that's Morgan white junior junior. Okay, I'm gonna go right to it. Then morgan. I hope I hope it's what you're looking for. 'cause you're the only reason I did this when people ask me to do this, that or the other thing, thank you, Steve. The Valley, I do the best I can't comply. I almost feel like I should pay for it. No, no, no. Want to be paid for anything. I do for people. But if I get a certain guest or look up a certain bit of information satisfied knowing I made someone happy, well, I'll just close by saying this Morgan. As Bugs Bunny used to say. You're one of the good ones say thank you. I appreciate that good night time around high. I've got Gary on hold. Just doesn't get any better than this. I'm gonna take a news ninety Newsweek when it take my last commercial break, and then I will take Gary and who knows. Maybe you time and temperature. Four forty four. Sixty eight.

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"marlon brando" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"One of the greatest CT. She gets. Oh. Hold people all the time. He's by to the university university. He's asking is the people leaving will that wasn't Marlon Brando. Daniel who was host last night wasn't that their restaurant her there? I think the drug area they Lauro's very appropriate of the the while the chemists of the of the of the rose or pink probably actually slightly inappropriate vis-a-vis the jury tire. And Jerry time said earlier, the Bologna's known as the fat one also the the red one and the learned one got these three names, isn't it for its history of this university, and this politics very much so very much rich. The we will see focusing on the food because we need to learn well, read, maybe. We we ain't very well. Then we had a few specialities stunned to arrive in bologna anew revealed the mayor of bologna is trying to outlaw correspondence with him. Have you been corresponds with him? I think speak to him tomorrow buys compaign to rid the world of spaghetti bolognese. Story this. I didn't think you won't go into it. There's a big battle between bologna and not bully Napoli says the it should be spaghetti Alabama is in bologna spaghetti of never existed in bologna. They're very Celli which little worms, but they would never have them we go we've baloney source anyway, going to appear in episode one of Columbus. It will be mentioned Coloma zero. Well, nice mention Lionel zeroes, plus my hands grow. Thank.

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"marlon brando" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:55 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. The children of Jamal kashogi begun receiving compensation. Kashogi was the journalist from Saudi Arabia who vanished last year after initial denials Saudi authorities now acknowledge he was killed after he walked into a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, the newspaper that wants published Kashoggi's columns, the Washington Post now reports on a parent early moves toward paying blood money to Khashoggi's relations. Greg Miller reported this story for the post. Good morning, sir. Good morning. What are the children been paid? Well, so far they've gotten houses in Jeddah. A city on the Red Sea and Saudi Arabia also got a monthly stipends monthly payments of about ten thousand dollars to fifteen thousand dollars per month. Although it sounds like from your reporting. That's just the beginning report negotiations for possible larger payments. What would they be? Yes. This is this happens in sort of two stages. These were payment that were approved by the king late last year for the family but going forward, you know, there are cases there were prosecutions underway in Saudi Arabia when those conclude there would be an opening for discussions for far more money. And that's where you get into the real sort of blood money situation or scenario those could be millions and millions of dollars. Now, we should just underline that. I mean, we understand from civil lawsuits in the United States, the idea of punitive damages blood money. I guess is. Somewhat similar, but also different. This is a way to wipe away a killing rather than than the the family of the victim having to seek revenge. Is that right? Yeah. That's right. I mean, it's it's it's more cultural. It's it's a it's obviously a very different system. But it does require usually for the victims to absolve in this case the killers, or at least be willing to say that the that the expected death penalty prosecutors are seeking the death penalty in Saudi Arabia, the family might be asked or required to waive the death penalty in these cases, well could payments like this then allow the defendants in this case who obviously are either wealthy or supported by very wealthy people allow the defendants to buy their way out of criminal punishments of any kind. I think that's conceivable. But I think in this case there would there would still be punishment. That would stay with probably still be incarcerated, although it's a very opaque process. So it's not very clear. I mean, this is. Not trials like in the United States where you can go in and watch the court proceedings unfold day after day, these are all very cloaked processes in Saudi Arabia looming behind all of this. Of course is the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman has denied any culpability. And of course, is not on trial in any way. Does blood money offer him away to wipe this case away without facing any particular accountability? Well, it's not completely. But it does, you know, the kashogi children have been awfully restrained in in their public positions about all of this. Right. They've not condemned kingdom. They've knock on after Mohammad bin Salman. And this is a way to making sure they sort of stay quiet this. This is a way for that to happen. It also chiefs one other thing, I think for the crown prince, which is, you know, these are people who are on trial now for for a pair, according to US intelligence agencies for executing his orders for them to be killed and for there to be no punishments for higher up would look bad. Mr miller. Thanks very much for the update. Really? Appreciate it. Thank you Washington Post reporter, Greg Miller, he's been reporting on early efforts to pay compensation and efforts toward paying blood money to the relations of Jamal kashogi. President Trump says Mexico and Central American countries are not doing enough to stop the flow of migrants. So he has issued this threat did they don't stop them with flows. Ing the border. They'll close we'll keep close for a long time. I'm not playing games. This is not the first time. President Trump is sounded that warning the border in San Diego was shut down for a few hours last year. This time though, the president hasn't followed through on the threat stopping cross-border traffic with one of the nation's biggest trading partners could do serious damage to the US economy. NPR's Scott Horsely reports retailers in San Diego got a small taste of what a border shutdown might look like last November. When members of a migrant caravan charged the border and us officials closed one border crossing and response. Well, that shutdown lasted only a few hours it came. Come on. What should have been one of the busiest shopping days the year and fall out for local merchants was severe easily easily lost between thirty five hundred dollars. Louis Aloom eight runs Sureau stand in a large alad mall, just north of the border nine out of ten customers their walk or drive over from Mexico. When that traffic was cut off for less than a day. The hit to the local economy top five million dollars. So Louis says if the border closed for a full week he'd be out of business gum law would be a ghost town closing the entire US border with Mexico would also put the brakes on more than one and a half billion dollars in goods crossing back and forth every day, including fifty million pounds of produce from Mexico. The now feels one hundred warehouses in Gallup's, Arizona. One importer warned the US would run out of does in three weeks. But guacamole is the least of it lands. Young Meyer who has the fresh produce association of the Americas says fresh tomatoes peppers melons and eggplant for the whole country would soon be in short supply, probably over half of what most consumers putting their shopping bag when it comes to fresh produce. They would find reduced quantities. And higher. Prices. Young Maier says the administration's already planning to halt truck traffic through no gals on Sundays as customs officers who typically staff the border crossing. There are reassigned to deal with the influx of Central American migrants. If that shutdown extends to other days of the week young Meyer worries some people will be out of work. There's jobs that depend on moving back and forth every day, and that's not moving those people are laid off. And that means those people are not able to keep the lights on their own homes in groceries refrigerator. So it gets really, thanks. He really quick and those effects are not limited to the border region. Mexico's a critical supplier for companies throughout the US, especially in the highly integrated auto industry, we don't just trade with each other. We're making things together Christian to the center for automotive research says Mexico supplies thirty seven percent of all imported car parts in the US and more than seventy percent of some critical components g check says because some of those parts are central to a cars assembly without them factories would. Soon grind to a halt. And that in turn would idle domestic parts makers. We'll see auto production in the US shut down pretty quickly some within hours, and certainly the whole industry within days. G? Check says the fallout from a complete border shutdown would be so fast and so sweeping it's hard to take the president's threat seriously. But White House counselor Kellyanne Conway insisted on Fox News Sunday. It's a real possibility, and certainly isn't a block you can take the president seriously companies throughout the US routinely make contingency plans for supply disruptions, but it's impossible to prepare for something like a complete border shutdown. If the worst does happen g check jokes. She does have one consolation a stockpile of tequila can last for a while. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington. You're listening to morning edition on KCRW director Emile de Antonio manage to make a movie about some of the country's most wanted fugitives. We didn't know where we were sending the door and they want. Smile in one after the other. It was a very rare moment in the life of. Helmet. Robert, Redford, Marlon Brando. This week. We go underground on the document KCRW's mash up of documentaries and radio. Get it wherever fine podcasts are downloaded. Now. This from KCRW news, the writers guild of America, the union representing Hollywood screenwriters is locked in a bitter labor battle now with movie studios are television networks, but with the talent agents who are supposed to represent the writers the battle escalated over the weekend. When WGN members voted overwhelmingly to approve a measure, targeting Hollywood talent agencies KCRW saw Gonzales explains more than ninety five percent of writers guild of America. Members who participated in the vote voted in favor of a new code of conduct for talent agents, representing WG a members in particular. The writers want the elimination of water called packaging fees and television deals. This is money earned by Taliban agencies when they put together wider production deals with studios and provide an entire. Firewall stir of talent like writers directors and actors in this single deal. The WG a argues packaging fees, give talent agencies less incentive to aggressively represent their clients in negotiations. If the talent agencies don't accept a new code of conduct that eliminates packaging fees. The WGN says its members will fire their agents KCRW saw solace. Today on press play. No foreign leader knows Washington inner workings, like Israeli, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu survives president you. Remember the time that we were the new kids in town. I'm Madeline brand the Israeli election is in a week. And at Yahoo is seeking a fifth term is used American tactics to win how the US shaped him and Israel today. One on press Clark KCRW..

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"marlon brando" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:55 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on KQED Radio

"San Francisco musician and storyteller national friend comes from a South Asian family. They wanted her to hold down a corporate job. Now, she makes songs and videos big concept stuff about race culture and identity the music of micro pixie on the world to on KiKi weedy. This is fresh air. I'm David being Cooley in for Terry gross back with more of our salute to Mario Puzo, the godfather his novel about a mafia family was published fifty years ago this weekend. Let's get back to Terry's. Twenty sixteen interview with Francis Ford Coppola, he directed all three godfather films and co wrote the screenplays with Mario Puzo, but when sending out to direct the original film, Coppola vision wasn't exactly embraced by the film executives at paramount studios. They fought him on several fronts, including the casting of the title role. So casting Marlon Brandon was just such a really brilliant stroke and stroke of luck is zero but to get him. And I wanna play Mary Puzo told me in one thousand nine hundred eighty six when I interviewed him about casting Brando about how Brando got cast in the movie. So can I play that for you? And then okay, this is Mario Puzo who wrote the novel. The godfather speaking with me in nineteen Ninety-six about casting, Marlon Brando. I'm the guy picked burn you did pick Brenda. All sure I wrote him a letter. And he called me up, and we had a chat, and then I tried to get paramount to take him, and they refused and director came on and picture. I took the director Francis Copeland. He managed to talk paramount to letting Brandon appointed the role, but was my day, the cast Brando, which caused me a lot of trouble before finally done. What did you say in your letter to Marlon Brando when you were inviting him to play the part? I think it was something like help they're going to kill. We're gonna kill me. They're gonna cancel. I think it was dining Danny Thomas is gone. Kenny thomas. Well, he was going gonna buy paramount, and we can play the role at that time paramount wasn't really worth that much. And then he found this was very richest television. And I read an item he was going to buy Paramount Pictures, so we could play the godfather. So that scared me so much going to let it tobacco some people who knew noon, so, you know, have an entree, and he gave me very good advice. He said no studio will hire me wait until you get a director and then talking to threaten and he's quite right. When I talked to the studio, they swatting higher Brando. Okay francis. Ford Coppola, you're the director, I suppose Puzzo talk to you. And you made it happened. Can you pick up the story from there? Well, it's true that Mario had always liked the idea of brand of you know, Mario was often. Bachar he was not really on the scene so much even a lot of my work with him was my sending him drafts and him writing notes. So although he had posed the idea of of of the godfather being brand new. I don't even know if you told me that. I just was hit by a whole bunch of ideas from the studio. Danny Thomas was one Ernest borgnine was a whole bunch of ideas. Even Carlo Ponti was suggested. And Finally, I came down to the thing about the character of of that character was that, you know, you couldn't find anyone knew as we had done for all the other parts. Al Pacino was totally unknown. Johnny Sal was Bobby. He loves a lot of new people got big parts. But like a man who is supposed to be in his sixties couldn't be Lou and like had never been in anything before. Because what was he doing all those years? So finally with my colleague and casting fed Reuss we said, well who the two greatest actors in the world. So we said well want us will live and Marlon Brando each one had a difficulty at for that part the VA was British. He was perfect AG looked like. He looked like one of the real guys Genovese. And Brando was only forty seven years old. He was extremely handsome as all weekend, long, flowing, blond hair. And most important he had just been in some pictures. Notably one by the great. Punti Corvo called burn. That was a huge flop tremendous financial flop. So the studio felt that Brando was supposedly difficult to work with Saudi Arabia would cause big delays. The film was only budgeted for two and a half million dollars. You have to understand it wasn't like we throw money around and my decision to make it in the forties and half period. Cars and shoot in New York was already impacting the Kossovo. That's one of the reasons why I was so unpopular, but they also hated my my casting ideas, they hated Al Pacino for the role of Michael, and they hated Marlon Brando for the role role of of the of the godfather. And I was told categorically by the president of paramount Francis says the president of Paramount Pictures, I tell you here, and now Marlon Brando will never appear in this motion picture, and I forbid you to bring it up again. But you one how did you win? Well, when he said, I forbid you to bring it up again, I like famed that I just fell on the floor on the carpet. And like, you know, as if you know what? And then I said, what am I supposed to do? If you tell me, I can't even discuss it. How can I be a director? If I if I if the part, I think should be cast that you won't even let me talk about it. They said all right. We'll we'll we'll tell you what this way one. If you will do the movie for free. To if he will put up with he'll do a screen test and three if you'll put up a million dollar bond that he will in no way have any misbehavior that causes the, you know, the overrun of the picture budget. Then you can do it. So I said, I accept. You know? So at least they were saying if I did three things have a screen test. If I could get him to do the movie for nothing, and if I could have put up a million dollars, which is absurd. But, but at least I said, I accept meaning. Okay. Now, I can talk about it. So did he do the movie for free? No. I called him up, and I said to Marlin Marlin, you know, of course, this is an Italian American. You know, wouldn't it be fun? If we could do a little experimenting kind of improv and see what playing an Italian might be like that was my way to talk to an actor essentially asking for a screen test. But I didn't put it in those ways. And I knew that if I could do something with this little screen tests that was convincing the absurd idea of him doing it for nothing, although they didn't pay much more than nothing. I think they're paid him scale which was an insult. And obviously that putting up a bond to prevent misbehavior was, you know. You know, sometimes, you know, you you, you you you say you accept terms meaning that you just have a way to continue. So the important thing was to do some sort of a little screen test that I could get on tape in and show to all these executives. So you play this kind of little trick. And he did. He did improv on or whatever on on on film for you. What did he bring two that audition? That he didn't realize wasn't addition. Ed always heard the rumor that Marlon Brando didn't like loud noises, and he always wore things in his era. So I took a couple of my colleague from San Francisco from this period of having young filmmakers, All Africa. And I told them all to dress in black and no one was to speak with we do sign language. And so we descended on Marlins house early in the morning. He wasn't up in these binges went to different corners and set up their cameras, and I also brought a whole bunch of like Italian sausage and little Italian cigars and Provo Lonnie and little things, and I put them in dishes around just without even saying what I was doing. And then the door opened they said he was going to wake up in the door. But now came this beautiful man in a Japanese robe with flowing, blonde hair. And I'm shooting all of this and he came out, and he didn't talk very much. He, you know, he's he's Marlin was brilliant, man. And he just knew what was going on instantly. And he I remember he came in. He took his hair, and he rolled it up and made it sorta like a bun in the back, and then he took shoe polish in the made, and he was mumbling the whole time, and he made the shoe polish and made his hair black, and then he put on the shirt that I had brought an I remember him folding, the Pell Louise, those guys always lapel is always folded he said, and and right in front of my eyes with then he said all he's shot in the throat in story. So as should talk like this, and he started doing that. And right in front of my eyes, he transformed himself into this character. And I couldn't I couldn't believe it. And then he started picking up the sourcing eating it. And he he just gravitated to the props and was used. Using it to create a kind of a talionis the way he did. And the whole time he was just going like this. He was going. I wasn't saying anything which was funny because his phone rang has this was his home this phone rang, and he picked up the phone. Who was it who called what are they gonna think? But when it was all done I had this tape, and it was quite remarkable people were afraid in the studio that Brenda would be hard to work with. And he would create problems did any of that happen. Not at all. He was it was a joy to get you know, y-. You don't talk about tomorrow. Then you sorta just give him like, I would take a cat and put it in his hands or I would have some Italian props or you know, you you you don't direct him by talking about acting. What he likes to hear is make it more angry. They make it less angry make it sweeter. You know? He doesn't want to have any acting kind of talk. But he he knows obviously what he's doing. And you know, had had the blessing of having the cast together for about three days. So all of the actors, we got together we had the first thing we did was to have a dinner up in patsies restaurant around the table with Marlene sitting when they all met him for the first time sitting as the father and altitude his right and Jimmy to his left, Bobby. My sister tally was serving the talian food, and they just did an improv together as a family, and when that was over they were a family. Was it brenda's idea to Steph cheeks or that he'd look really jolly? Yes, he said he'd wanted to look like a bulldog. So the studio didn't want you to cast Al Pacino in the role of Michael Corleones? So how did you that one? Well, the problem is that when I had known out a little bit before. So when I read the godfather book as I had him pictured in my mind. I saw him walking through Sicily with the tune shepherds with shotguns, and I couldn't get that out of my mind. I couldn't see Ryan O'Neal who is what Paramount's first choice was. And I couldn't see Bob Redford. And of course, you know, it's true that Sicilians are often blonde and blue eyed because of the French presence in Sicily for, you know, over one hundred years, but I saw Al Pacino, and I just wouldn't give up on him. And I began to realize that you know, that Bob Evans, who who was the chief executive, and and you know, he he was very tough on me. But I have to say when I speak of Evans, he he's not without talent. He definitely is a man with talent is just that. He's he wanted really. A Michael that was better looking taller guy like him. I wanted Michael to be more like a southern Italian more like me. Francis Ford Coppola speaking to Terry gross in two thousand sixteen more after a break. This is fresh air..

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"marlon brando" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Yeah. Well, I don't know what the talk looks like land, and how is their romance blooming elsewhere in whisper world because there was that other guy close close captioning identified that guy is Sean just like, okay? I'll ready. You don't have a Greek letter. You can't be that important, right? He has a girlfriend. Well, we saw a woman with a baby last week. So it must seem like a lot of people are passing the time in a lot of different ways. The whisper a world, I guess so. Yeah. And so alpha wants to why didn't you tell me about your boyfriend sh? So many things you can compare alpha to I think the best one I read last week was. Somebody said that she bears a more than passing resemblance to Marlon Brando in Apocalypse Now. Oh, yeah. Which is kind of perfect and some of her inflections, especially this week. She had this sort of lilting her voice that that goes with. I think the sort of backwoods Louisiana accent that she's trying to cultivate. And it reminded me of nothing more than Jodie Foster as Nell. Like, she's such a Malange of pop culture. References. I kinda can't even with her. So Lisa's nice acted helpless. And then they fell for it and ALPHA's maybe he's dumber than we thought. Am I mem- possible impossible alpha? Now. He's super dumb. Yeah. He's a stupid idiot. Yeah. You can hit rock bottom and keep digging. Okay. So, you know, alpha that's what she trust the animals because they don't lie not like Lydia lion. Lydia. Yep. Yep. She's she's crooked Lydia. She crooked. So we see the whisper camp, and it really is not impressive. No, it's really like they got a bunch of animal skins strung up on the trees a bunch of and a bunch of like Walker skinheads hanging out to dry like they got a they got laundry, but instead of laundry, it's ED's just they are ultimately done in by zombie hoard at the end of the episode. You would think that the whispers would have had to deal with this previously. I think it's probably happened to them a couple of times..

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"marlon brando" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

14:40 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Eating a bunch of junk trying to get back on the wagon. Eat apples and oranges and broccoli and sardines drink a lot of water and then walk in but can't walk in this rain. So probably try to try to work practice the guitar and stuff that's what I'm going to do on this weekend. Let's go back to the Kristen Weymouth. She told the story about a grandfather who went him Africa and. Spend time with the Masai warriors and Masai warriors drink some sort of drink made out of blood and milk. That sounds pretty gross to me. But certainly interesting I wonder what they call it some sort of. Smoothie. But Chris sent me something in the mail, which is pretty interesting. Tell them what you sent me. Well, okay, you you did a game. I don't know maybe last week and you ask the viewers. I mean, the listeners if they could think of a song with the name of a car in the title. So I called you up. And I I said there's a song called black Firebird, and you said does such a song exist, and I said, yeah, I wrote it, and I'm not sure you believe me that I really did write it. So anyway, I I sent you a copy of the song the sheet music. Yes. You actually write music like right sheet music. Yeah. Well, yeah. Now that the thing I sent you was in the I think it was nineteen Eighty-four. I'm dating myself. But that's when I was at Berkeley college for three semesters. Wow. Taken a year off from my job to do that. 'cause it was like a bucket list thing I wanted to do it. And so now that got me into songwriting. And I dunno where am I going with this? But then since since then I kind of forgot how to write music how to write the notes. And so now, I I go to school in Weymouth it's bossy school, and they got me they refresh my memory of how to write the notes and back on board. Again, do I didn't bring it in with me. Do you have the lyrics? Do you happen to know the lyrics? What lyrics day? Oh, God you serious. You want to hear them? You got right there. Okay. Let me think as you have to think don't. Yeah. Oh bother. But I don't know. It was a date song, you know, and base. Should I go into a gross date song? Yeah. It was a date song because I met this guy in Boston at sandy will hall one of those bars. And so we went on a date, and he had he drove a black cya bird. And the song originally was called barefooted blonde because he had loaf with no socks. But I since changed the name to black bird. And I in cooperated black Firebird in the in the in the course anyway. But basically what happens is we're on this date. And we went to Quincy was a place called Maury pearls. Some of you listeners will know that they had awesome, clams. So we got the clams they were good. And then he took me to some bar, and we had white Russians and the combination of the two, plus I was nervous 'cause I was attracted to this guy. I'm shy. And I don't know just how you get. So after we went after we had the clams and the drinks he he went to. I don't know. Maybe Walston beach was somewhere where there was water. And when you are on a date, sometimes you just go back, and you go kissing, and that's what we were doing. And then suddenly too many one too many white Russians down a come up become. House, and yeah, I knew I was going to throw. So I said, look, I gotta go home. He drove me, and he was able to pull fencing anybody. But he was able to pull the car over. I did my thing. And he took me home. And he did give me a quick kiss on the mouth I thought. Whoa. But anyway, even maybe threw up. Yeah. I know I'm sorry. I just hope people laugh at this. I don't mean to gross anybody out. It's just funny. You know? And that's that's the way man. That's too. Never have done that. I know. Well, I'm thinking oh my God. I I'll always re I'll always remember that. But anyway, that's basically the song. And it's just how I felt you know, nervous and all that. Did you go on another date or was that it I can't remember? But I do know I went to Puerto Rico, and I couldn't see him the one of the weeks because I went to Puerto Rico and in Puerto Rico anybody who's gone there. There are banana leave trees with banana leaves make a long story short. They take these banana leaves and they make an art work out of it. And I bought him one whereby it was maybe two feet by one feet, and it shows two people dancing with the Congo drum. You know, just something you hang on the wall and remember given that to him, but I got myself one. And the funny thing is I'm thinking, oh, man. This is cool something from Puerto Rico, right? No, the back of it says made in Haiti. But anyway, I still love it. I get it on the wall. So you didn't get married to him or anything. I guess I didn't get mad. We only went out a couple of times. He was a real nice person. But we just we I guess to different people in a sense. But he was very very nice. You seem like you're in a very animated an upbeat and good mood tonight. Yeah. I guess I am. Listening to your show that always puts me ended up beat mood. Seriously, does it's just it's a fun. You always have something different going on and your listeners of the listeners are awesome. Good people. So it's a good combination. You're awesome to Christine. All right, listen. Oh, and listen. I wish you a good good trip. All right. We'll look forward to hearing about it. I be here Monday and Tuesday. So. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. All right. Good. Good. Okay. Wow. Well, that was fun. Call and that is true love she did really Radisson, and she sent me that sheet music, and is card and everything was very cool three forty and we go right to Paula in Everett Paula Hello. Well. Yes. I have two titles. One is picnic. Is that the movie? Yes. Movie and the movie was famous Maguire. Oh, okay picnic. It is good one. What else? And the other one is waterfront with what's his name. Marlon brando? Yeah. Right. I think it was Marlon Brando and named so water would be the food and drink. Right. I guess that counts waterfront with Marlon Brando. So what's how you doing? Never. What's things? What's going on in ever tonight? Oh, I think my shopping Joe exciting. Just I want to wish you a happy trip. Well, thank you very much, Paul. I appreciate that. Okay. Good. Good movie choices. That's good a picnic and waterfront, I like waterfront genius. Next up. It's an in Abington A M A. Anne, Marie Abington high and Mary. Hey, hi, my movie title. If no one else has already stated it is tea with the Dame's tell me about that movie. I don't know about it. Well, I thought you might because you just mentioned Judi Dench, and she's in the movie along with Maggie Smith Joan, Paul, right? And I'm sorry. I don't remember the name of the fourth actress. But it's essentially a discussion among the four of them about their careers. Tea with the Dame's. Okay, how you doing tonight and very fine everything. Ok. Yes. It is very good. You sound HALE and hearty. That's good to hear. Okay. Thank you very much. You're welcome Bye-bye. You can tell by a person's voice. Doctors say. Checkup. A lot of your health can be determined just by looking at. You're listening to your voice looking at the color of skin looking at your eyes. And she sounded healthy. I don't know if she's healthy, but she sounded healthy. Taking a look at Elliot and Worcester now. I don't know names. This is good Elliott. Oh. I'm still here. Have a great classic. I hope Nobias pit together. I ever heard that. Okay. Breakfast at Tiffany's was great. Audrey Hepburn, actually, George prepared. Somebody did say that already. Oh, they did. I didn't hear it. Well, that's the only one I. Offensive house. His worst is always a call spot. Is it cold out there? Now. It's not too bad. It's comfortable out here. You are in the country. Oh, I'm in the city. All right. Be careful walking around because the sidewalks going to be slippery. I'm sure it will be I have to get up at another half hour and go into Boston, which I'm sure it's going to be an exciting, right? What's gonna what's in Boston? You're going to work to go to the doctor. You have to go. I have an appointment it to be okay. You have a good trip. Yeah. Thank you very much, man. Elliott's gonna come in to the VA is that the one on mission hill, probably. Three forty three. And we'll talk to we're pretty much caught up here. We have Lori Sean and pets pets from patent Patti's backpack shack. Pat in Brooklyn. I'm well. How are you pretty well? Thanks for now. How did your jacket get a moldy smell? I don't wet. Well, I must Leila's stored. It's stored in my drawer in my desk. And it must have gotten right? I would air it out. Can you? Is there a place? You can hey turn it inside out an area for a day two. Maybe maybe it's just a real most spunky weather snow. Maybe, but you know, I- airing it out, it's probably a good thing. I should the first thing I do get it out of the environment that it's in now just for another environment. If you own departments kinda had to low hanging outside, but. I could hang it outside. I can open the window and kind of just hanging out the window. First floor. Nope. It's on the third floor. Don't no what's gonna climbing so pet did you have a music thing. I had a moving thing. I had. Like water for chocolate. We've got that my dinner with Andre did not get that very good. Anything else? No, I hadn't mystic pizza that. Somebody already took that dinner my dinner with Andre is a Goldstar. Good one. Thank you. Trey even seen it yet. But that's something that Netflix something teacher point in time. Is that what you do do you have cable or do you have whether you? I have internet, and I have a couple of creative ways of seeing other movies. I don't know. Legal, and I but creative creative. Yes. Well, you know, you you'd be amazed. If you Google watch from a bluff free online a lot of things come up. Really? Yeah. Some of them were on YouTube, some of these other offsite sites, for example. Plus, I also have I have. Spoofs VPN forever. So I can get to the BBC. Pretty advanced on on tech tech advanced. I'm cheap when you wash it like say, you find it online. Are you able to mirror on the TV or do you just watch it on the computer? I I have a good size laptop that if this thing because it's got like a seventeen inch screen. So it's big enough for me. Good. Well, Pat, thank you very much. Welcome. I hope he red jacket results. Are you wearing it next week or oh, this is a a fringe leather jackets for it's all for show. It wouldn't be good for. No, it's not suede. It's regular, but it doesn't really button up to be warm enough. It's it's not something that could does I would wanna call take through the rigors of travel because things get beat up. Always have a new lining put in if things get really rough. Yeah. I might end up having to pull a stitches a little bit from the lining enough to examine the inside. And maybe I can restore it to myself. I don't know. Unless you get wet and stored away Whitney. It doesn't. A dance basement. I can see how we get mold. Snow? I no, I don't either. Funky where the snow is pretty sure it's I'm pretty sure it's mold mildew. What's the difference between mold and mildew? I don't know. It's supposed small mold fungus. Okay. Thanks a lot. You welcome. Bye bye. Pat from patent Patti's backpack shack. Three forty eight. This is good. Will talk to Laurie and John and Franken you coming up after this on WBZ got.

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"marlon brando" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Should we can turn up? Never worked. The dolphin. Both. What that never. Here's one. I raised all of you. Definitely not. On the religion chance. You have no. John Hubbard Bubba. Don't even talk for our song. No marker Ernie. I'm Jim the whole time. Sounds like we'll Ferrell's Harry Carey. Sounds like. Hey. This haven't person in his arsenal. Hold on a second. Everybody slowdown. And I think we just discovered something about ROY a hidden talent. Roy can you do impersonations you have characters. I've never heard you. So confidently deliver impersonations the way you have the last couple of days, not really I mean, all bad. I mean, do your hair Carey do it again high of body Harry Carey here live from Wrigley field in the press that no. I don't think it's bad. I don't think it's bad. His godfather somebody told me that his godfather was bad because his Marlon Brando was not bad. But it wasn't. Thank you. I did examine the tape afterwards. I thought we were being well her body. That's better. Wait a minute. Hold on a second. Okay. Let's have a Harry Carey off between Mike, and Chris I don't wanna do this. I don't wanna do. I wanna talk about Jim John Harbaugh or both of them body. Hobhouse off. Well, the have Jim John limited games over. Tom. Grace his base. This is where show gets old by the way, because so many people listening don't have any idea who Harry Carey a really just imitations of. I don't have an actual imitation. I only have imitations of people doing. That's what I'm doing. I will. Now, do very limited Harry Carey for you. That's going to be terrible. But it's in the context of the story. The Wrigley field. Press box is awful like the whole thing. I don't know if they've updated recently, but it's their closets there the bathrooms are small. It's it's out of the nineteen forties. When plumbers were going to work to watch baseball games. Like they haven't changed its dump even though everyone raves about Wrigley field. It's awful concrete awful and boot Shami on a super cold winter winter. You know on the precipice of winter in Chicago. He's in the bathroom, and Harry carrying a very tight bathroom comes up next to him, and in that distinctive voice that I'm not gonna do any Justice right now with my impersonation. So it's so cold in here. This. Cerro. Let me do it. I just paid. No, I'm not gonna lie. It was have expected you to do a John Madden impression. And at the end of the story was just about Ron Santo not air. Anyway, Harry Carey Seddon, whichever. Let's do it this way because my impersonations so bad. I just want you guys to repeat for me in your Harry Carey, I can't do it again because I forgot what ordinarily vulnerable. Yeah. No. It's so cold in here. I can't feel my own bleep is what he said. And in the voice of because he was rummaging around in the front of his pants and he's wearing so much close. So you guys wanna give that a crack? What was the bleep? Just save a one or two. And I can figure it out..

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"marlon brando" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"How does he miss that? I'm like, ABBIE, it's an inch. They went to the pylon Cam. And then she saw it. And I'm like ABBIE that pylon Cam has a better view than the referee. Who was standing right there. It's we all do we all the better view. It's a pretty cool. Evolution of the sport. But because we have a better view these rafts have no chance no chance. Because now we're sitting there on a couch with her hand, they're on where wait a minute. They should have seen that even though every human being on the field. It's faster than anyone you've ever meant. I want less options. These more camera shots confuse me even more than they did before. I just wanna take the rest word for it. You're the closest whatever you say goes because they get confused. I don't know the rules. Does that look like it's out of his hand. He has one finger on it. If it goes in the end zone. It's a touchback, but it broke the plane while he had a finger on it still. So it's a touch it's super confusing. It's eliminated the in moment celebration, the emotion, it has it really has its ruined that for sports feds. I don't think it's ruined it. But I do think I've told you before I find this a bit exasperatingly, hyper examinations of inches when it's fairly arbitrary. How you know? These referees are marking the ball almost every down. They're pretty good at it. They market generally pretty correctly. But there's a lot of randomness. And what it is that you're watching, and I can't believe that we were sitting here yesterday to guns, and we were crushing the ravens, and how can you go with Lamar jacks? And that's a very limited offense. But if that play with the pylon Cam and Melvin Gordon the play where he fumbled. It looked like right before the end zone to ice the game. And Baltimore took what looked like a fumble ninety nine yards. If that had been an inch short of the goal line San Diego season might be done today. That's the difference in this game. It's a game of inches. Then f engine would amazes me is the judge. Position joke said Greg between what? You just were trying to get to your point. You didn't hear what's too. For like a second half, you sound horrible. I could barely hear what you're saying. I know sounds like Marlon Brando. That Honey or something somewhat Honey throat. No drinking water doing all. I can't help it. Well, I'm drinking water. I'm doing all. I can again, right? What else you do? I'm not smoking a cigarette on the air. I mean, I'm taking care of it. I want you to do is get out of here and go. Three times today. I mean, Greg it's the only thing I could do to compensate for how distracting it is that you sound like you're dying on air. Like, the only thing I can do is continually sent you away. Because you shouldn't be here sounding like that. It does have me paying attention to everybody says because I could be as last. I'm gonna make off he can't. How Hooley bleep how what just happened? There. Went into the impersonation arsenal is something none of us obscene in fifteen years. That is straight talk. It is brought to you by straight talk wireless. There's you like coverage unamerican. Most the bendable four G LT. Donlevatar Tange ridiculous. You did. I know is a terrible Barclay and preserve heard before it was just sweet nominee still God's really guys. Wanna try all your Barclays terrible idea. That's been good. That's better. Anyone else wanna get in on the bidding Ernie their little idiot too. But again, I don't want to go after that kidding kidding. Those midi. Thank you. Tell you fed daddy. I hate him. Chris once again surprise live at our show with this to God's own ESPN radio. I wanna talk to you about a couple of things that we missed over the break. Did you see what appeared to be marshawn Lynch trying to light a joint on Al Davis attornal flame? Now is that'll shop that was photo shopped because you can imagine happening..

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"marlon brando" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Chris Elliott junior the Morton Downey junior parody. And of course, his Marlon Brando impression in which he at one point dressed up as Marlon Brando held a bunch of bananas. And did a weird dance sort of princi- dance for a little while. We'll talk more about that later wouldn't wanna let that slide bias Brighty. Chris Elliott's daughter wrote and directed the new movie called Clara's ghost to combine rent. Now. It's. Family collaboration bridie also stars in the movie along Chris Friday sister, Abby, you might know film and television Gooding Saturday Night Live and her mother Paula and in its own way. It is also kind of a horror. It's the story of the Reynolds family who live in a secluded mansion in newly Chris's character Ted is the patriarch comedian whose past his prime his daughters worked in show business too. But like their dad their careers aren't exactly sparkling, then there's Clara played by Paula eligible Clara is not a and she also finds herself at the end of a lot of jokes her family movie takes place over one night Clara has discovered a ghost. But only she conceived and the ghost at least I kind of adopts a life coach role like in this scene from earlier in the the Reynolds family is eating dinner and Clara just broken nail. Oh god. Oh, wow. D-? What happen? Broken nail. Oh, your pinky. Now. Your coke nail my mom really enjoyed cocaine women in her day. She was a snowplow. It was advertised as a healthy alternative to alcohol, sweetie..

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"marlon brando" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Heavyweight style leather belt with the title moon champion. It's actually happens. You mentioned Marlon Brando's. Oh, yeah. James Caan, really angry that has seen Scott cut confronted Robert Evans at the premier after. He saw them you cut my whole fucking part. I was curious. I don't blame. You got an interesting career. I could've used a couple more sunny Corleones scenes. I can't lie. I mean, he's not even yet a star at this point. You know, he's still got Rollerball and funny lady and all that is still to come. Here's another internet research the smack that veto gives Johnny Fontaine, you can act like a man not in the script Marlon Brando, improvised, it L Martinez, confuse reaction was real. Although I think all of his reactions were confused. Can we play that clip? I do. Talk a man. You. The sorry. The class a woman. The make of the car apple Oni was driving. And he guesses. Talion car was a nineteen Forty-six Alfa Romeo. I hope they didn't really blow that up because that's a great book definitely blue more than horses. You feel worse for the car than cartoon. To give I'm not gonna raise them his dog food. For Brizio's murder cut out of godfather, one refill for godfather to cut out of that as well. Really? Yeah. Way different times. Yeah. Yes. Supposed to be in the christening scene, and they decided it didn't work. And then they film this whole thing, which I think one of them is online for godfather to where they get them. Oh, you know, what I think is that there's a chronological version of it where they times where it starts with deniro stuff and goes chronologically, call is the godfather legacy godfather. Yeah. I think so that's like makes by brain break when I watched that. Yeah. It's it's just weird. I don't like to watch that with more green modeled after Bugsy Siegel. Yeah. Both were assassinated with a shot through the also you greeting this big baller. But like that's a real like that's a real working man's, massages. Getting. Rub down here. You rub down. Green APPA chino may just thirty five thousand dollars for starring in the film the same as James Caan. And Diane Keaton a thousand less than Robert Duvall. But godfather to you got six hundred K in a ten percent cut of the adjusted gross income enough ebb a bam. And then I did the Jack waltzing I really thought you were going to leave the room when I told the Allenstein gel raises all time. He's also just confirms that we need to do Fletch. Yeah. You're it. We just start right now with floods. Apex mountain who Jesus. You could make a case. Nobody. At of all the big guns except for maybe James Caan. I don't think it is for James Konami in three years. Tames cons going to be one of the five biggest movie stars in the world. Right. So because of Rollerball and funny lady. Yeah. I don't think it is for him either. It's not for Coppola roller buzz. Amazing. It's not for Coppola. It's not for Pacino Brando. Now, what about Richard customer? No now, then you get into separate is. I don't think it's an it's not for Talia Shire, Gordon, Willis, it is fair MARTINI. I think to Gordon Willis, Gordon, Willis is like like, nobody can told me shit onto shoot these guys on a dark room, Robert Evans. You'd rather it Evans. Yeah. Yeah. Still was Allie McGraw jazz left him yet for Steve McQueen with this movie have been better at Danny trails. Steve Shamir mecca. Okay. Williams Chevy would have been kind of a Beijing. Yeah. I feel like he could have been frayed in an alternate universe. Not as great as though. But he he's completely modeled after his careers, John because. This is going to be tough to saw Ruben they knew award. It's I so I throw mine out there because you could add I think that it's Talia Shire fronting Michael at the end. Cool..

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"marlon brando" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"marlon brando" Discussed on WJR 760

"Later. I. And that all. Russell for the second. The guy from Boston. The last time. Someone did a Limerick on the air was nipsy. Russell. Everybody would know it and everybody would listen right Limerick. Right. There's a good approach and thought about that one Bill. You're on the Mitch Albom show. Hi, mitch. I agree with you. I really dislike these shows. I don't watch any more. But since there's an opening at the Oscars. I thought maybe a few and Kenya were busy. You could make them better. Oh, yeah. Yeah. There were just waiting for us. Yeah. And I I never gonna push Kevin out front and say, let's open the Oscars where the Limerick once was a man named from there. I guess where I'm going next. Kevin you're on the Mitch Albom program. Hi. Hey. Hi, dawn. I'm probably going to date myself. But I I really used to love these shows when you have somebody like Carson Steve Martin Billy crystal lead them off because you know, because it's going to be funny. And you would when the people came on and got the reward you. We're going to be entertained. They would do something just completely ad libbed improv Jack pallets dropping down doing pushups people would be talking about that the next day instead of some social or cultural or political message that somebody now feels that they need to enlighten me. No, just be an entertainer. That's what this show is a balloting. But but now that it's gotta you've gotta send me a message. I used to love these shows. They were always wonder when it turned like, well when did it become it's almost Randall? No, no, no, Marlon Brando. Individuals a one timer. In fact, he was vilified that now it's pretty mild now pretty cool move. But he wasn't even there was someone else from somebody knows a little native American native American chief. But I wonder when it became. Well. When did it become that this is expected of you? F troop. And what would you what would you say that? I don't even think I've thought of every night, you know, I write for a living. I I should be able to come up with something I thought, and I've thought I've thought the only thing I could think that you could do that. No one would be able to say anything about except, you know. Know, let's drop the mic thing is to go up. Take the award look down at it. Look at it the audience and basically go, Yup. And just walk off. That's it. Nothing. Thank you because said over and over. Was the guy from Peru. Look at the news and back.

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'Superman: The Movie' turns 40

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00:27 sec | 3 years ago

'Superman: The Movie' turns 40

"For truth and Justice American way, the first movie starring Christopher Reeve is the man of steel debuted December fifteenth nineteen seventy eight fifty five million dollars at the time. The most expensive film ever made almost four million of that went to Marlon Brando who played Superman's father, and is in the movie less than twenty minutes. Tacoma, just two hundred and fifty thousand the movie made three hundred million worldwide spawned three sequels even won an Oscar for special effects. This isn't just another actress Claire

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Bruce Springsteen on Broadway trailer is on Netflix

Mark Simone

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Bruce Springsteen on Broadway trailer is on Netflix

"On PC about a tweet. He did about a movie last Tango. In Paris the other day, and he got fired from NPR walked just crazy because he said, you know, I guess I didn't know this either. But I guess when Marlon Brando feld us Tango in Paris with our Snyder back in the sixties. She's a she subsequently recently has told people that better resort. She felt that it was a rape scene. And now there's nothing to laugh about about rape. But not everyone knows the story. And I guess they didn't didn't notice story. He made sort of a joke about the scene with the butter, and they both founder very insensitive, and and he got fired from NPR hope New York magazine. Bog fire him NPR? The media NPR had some really bad guys there, and they fired him. But after that they became way to trigger. Happy a lot of people think John's worts did

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