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"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

02:48 min | Last month

"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Since i was off work. I got trapped again and watching theories about the shining okay. I've made a link to our youtube page to this guy. His name is rob ager but he has a lot of different reviews as a deep collective thought into different movies and he has this whole theory behind the shining. That i totally totally love anyway. James mason was friends with kubrick and was on the set of the shining and showed in the bedroom. It looked like right before. Jack nicholson was getting ready to act the door into bathroom. And james mason is hanging out. He's hanging out. He was allowed to come on the set. James mason had two daughters. That were there with him. And jack nicholson you know. Met everybody the two daughters. Were wearing kind of like the same type of dresses that the grady twins were wearing. And it was okay. It was really kinda creepy. But but yeah rob ager goes into that and it's it's pretty freaking cool. I gotta tell you very interesting. Rob agers site is called collaborative learning. And i beg everybody. Hey go check this stuff out has got a lot of cool shit. And he's not just anybody that's breaking down the film's he's actually very intelligent man. That's that's doing some good research on these projects really really cool stuff. But he's been doing videos for quite some time. Collaborative learning collated learning. That is the whole reason. I wanted to bring up the destructors. What are they destructing thing knocking. Donna howson oh no. It's just a bunch of guys driving around in cars in doing spy stuff. I think okay. And i'm just going to guess sexually assaulting women probably expected that just goes with the territory. Nineteen eighty one. Anthony quinn within the salamander Was he the salamander With franco nero. Now i see his wild is and martin balsam sybil banning christopher lee cleave on little ally wallich was like hall else. Man who's paul l. smith. He's he's the beast rabban from dune. Oh he's also bluto and popeye as a beard. A definitely looks like blue Ally wallich man love eli wall in cleveland. Little was. I don't think he was in a ton of movies now..

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"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

"And that's how he would introduce me to people to that is something you talk about in therapy years later. Yes thank you. Jason for listening. God i mean what is this but just a long therapy said right long uncomfortable and unfortunately neither of us are getting paid to listen to the other person and not really feeling any better afterwards. Nothing is not making any break. Thor's or just kind of wallowing around fine. We're fine you're fine but speaking of guys. Hey good or patriae on and please help support us. We who we'd thousand dollars for shrink visit. I thought you were going to say new hosted a gun in sorry essence not really dark. My god. when. I looked up little darlings. Carney came up and yes i was going to break. I was gonna take to carney not too long ago and i. I couldn't do it. I steered my way around it. Just just the sexualization of jodie foster. No wonder she is a lesbian. That probably does not ever want to look at another guy. Gary busey and clown makeup. That's enough to dry it up for ever. You know what i mean. Wow wow what are we talking about. I don't know we just got back from a break. We're talking about brooke shields. For christ's sake. I'll because i was talking about the my teasing my summer show okay depicting underage kids having sex. Yes yes or this yet. Christopher atkins in a diaper yes looking at right now. Play him with them jubilees. The twins twins so really golan globus. They started getting in some weird movies and is the action movies overpumping now. They did a lot of like the delta force Pow the escape. And we'd since we just brought up a carrying. yup. I don't think i'd seen pow the escape. I don't think i've seen that. I don't know that one has brought up mako remember. Let's get hairy remember better movies. Yes and now. I can't get on the minimum golan's menachem sorry menachem. You're doing so well in your was a dropped menachem 's producing you can pay a nine thousand nine hundred six. Pow escape The delta force was also nineteen eighty-six which was chuck. Norris lee marvin martin balsam yet again. Man he was just the go-to bad guy. Boasts vinson robert forster robert. Vaughn steve. Rome is in there to watch how kim delaney i've never seen the divorce I'm sure i did back. In the day i feel like trent loved those movies..

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"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Yeah yep yeah you get to see a lot of many of these characters Lord the infamous seeing would you call it infamous. Do you think a lot of people know about it. I don't know they will after this. Don't wanna talk about it which there was a another cut of this tv. And you can you imagine how much they had to cut out of this movie. I sure i mean like this is the only version i've ever seen but It feels like a made for tv movie. You know what i mean. It feels like made for tv. Rosemary's baby yeah until you see nipples. Yeah and does anybody. Where lebron's film. Now thank god now. This movies all over the place i dig it. Yeah just so you know. I'm also drinking a cup of coffee. It is spite because it's near on sundays. I have drank some coffee. Like if you need any paint mixed or anything just put it in my hand and it will just kind of vibrate. i've been trying to click on. sylvia miles picks yet forever. My hand was shaking. You use both hands on your mouse. It almost hurts to listen to it. So all of these people are new york Actors they are all you know of russian descent. I've really been digging into these old. Like characters i john carradine. He has like three hundred forty. Five credits is in every well. You can't really say he's he is in this movie But not just the. I mean you could have just like propped up a mannequin. A bag of sticks or something for as much as he has in this movie but a everyone has like a dapo ganger. Have you noticed that or not to everybody. I got confused in the middle of. Okay wait is this now. Is this somebody new is did we see it in a flash right at one point he li- wallich who plays a cop walks up to a window and i was like oh martin balsam and then he turned and i was like. Oh holy shit. I mean they look. So there's martin balsam and john carradine and fred strewn who is her dad. Okay right right. I think you only see him in. Flashbacks really weird surreal flashback. They say that he died of cancer. So you know. He wanders through the set with some prosthetic on his face and chest. Looks like they threw some. She stabs a couple of times. This often the most unnatural. Like i don't know how you like. She was gripping the night that i think it slipped out of her hand. I'm not it's like she likes. She had the blade in one hand in the handle and the other and just kind of like like cheese grater on his face. Oh my god yeah but anyway so and then like you know chris. Sarandon jeff goldblum interchangeable pretty much I mean it's like a disaster movie kind of you know like when the there's just guests stars like i mean really. It's like the love boat. I bet you money. I bet you five dollars. Everybody in the movie has been on love boat at some point. All right i'll do some research. Somebody proves wrong. Yeah exactly a maddest. Christopher walkin is so young eilat yes on. It was like whoa yet. He's just like smack smacking gum and kind of given a kind of snarky..

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"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

"For sure. He was the the helicopter pilot and seven. That was probably at the end when they were. What's right right right. True lies terminator. Two so i think that was probably when the t. one thousand crashes through the window lands on that helicopter. Yeah that is probably The most that he the most and the closest a shot of him sure there are some pics of that. Yeah for sure attacked in his name. And all that came up rahman places. Oh it taste. It corrected it to temporal pm. He played challenger in rocky. Three watt did rocky fight a helicopter in part three will throw a punch at the one and only time. I'm going to do that right. This episode for this episode was a helicopter pilot in scarface. hooper. I can't find this guy. Have you spell his last name again. Just go to mitchell mitchell. The martha mitchell story feel compelled to. Here's the entire exchange of Comings and bitten benton the butler awesome. You're a lousy about their coffee. Is cold lousy butler. But it said it was changed from not. I'm not a god damn bad but allows him butler. Yeah he also when he's yelling at the kid Think he throws a curse word. Buzzsaw think he said my said the f. word i would have that kit was really

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"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

05:19 min | 7 months ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on The Moratorium

"That's all i'm going to say about that although samos fire had martin balsam in it. Martin who was he. Like mr be mesh. That's mayor winning. Hams dad okay. Oh this is funny because like about an hour and a half ago. I was like managed. Probably look something up to talk about and I ended up just watching and looking up. A mitchell showed on baker took on the corner. You know martin balsams that too. He's rudy tutti. he's cummings mister cummings. You know i might as well start talking about the whatever. I have that i've cobbled together. I originally was looking up Retired matheson moving ause so many of his short stories. And they're all just stuff that we love and he just wrote a ton of short stories. I think i looked him up. Because i caught the last of the vincent price version of i am legend. Is it call omega man. No not omega man. A think it is called the last man on earth. I think you're right because charlton heston was omega. That was omega man. They've adapted this movie. One two three four. I think five times with the one with the will smith being the the fifth one The worst of all of them. Miss all i needed to know from those movies is if they kept his original idea and plot and i don't think any of them do haven't seen omega man in a long time but i know that it is like i don't think it has anything to do with. I mean besides him being like the last man on her. What about. I am omega yeah. That's the one i was talking about. I've never seen that. Yeah that's mark the cost a ride and it's fairly new right. It's like an yes. You thousands two thousand seven and same year. That i will smith did it. Oh interesting. I wonder which one was more popular That was probably one of those. We talked about this a lot to that on the video shelf how they have cheaper version. That came out that just changes the title just a little bit. Try to get off the same. Yes like trans more. I yeah this is exactly the kids. Like bobby bobby. Can we get you a patent. That sounds good..

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"martin balsam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:13 min | 8 months ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And the man is about to say yeah let everybody listens. The usa radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time coming in the cbs radio workshop dedicated to man's and magic nation. The theater of the mind this is classic radio theatre wanted to get away from it all the fbi and peace and are among the unexpected. The unexpected unexpected. Now here's your host wyatt. Graham western adventure. Jeff chandler and wade crosby starring in frontier town from sixty eight years ago today february thirteenth nineteen fifty-three all trails lead to trouble. And we thank you for tuning. In on this saturday the thirteenth day of february yes friday the thirteenth felon the saturday this month. It is the forty fourth day of twenty twenty one three hundred twenty one days remaining in the year jesse james in his gang committed the first armed bank robbery in us history during peacetime in liberty missouri on this date in eighteen sixty six in eighteen ninety nine tallahassee florida recording. It's all time coldest temperature of minus two degrees two degrees below zero in new york city. Ask cap the american society of composers authors and publishers established to protect copyrighted musical compositions of its members back in one thousand nine hundred fourteen in one thousand nine hundred twenty. The negro national league formed in one thousand nine hundred ninety five a jury in flemington new jersey found bruno hoffmann guilty of the nineteen thirty two kidnapping and murder of the lindbergh baby. The son of charles lindbergh in one thousand nine hundred seventy one back by american and artillery support south vietnamese troops invaded laos on this date. In one thousand nine hundred. Seventy two greece opened on broadway and in the movies cabaret was released in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy four soviet dissident alexander solta neeson's stripped of his soviet citizenship and departed from russia in interview. He spoke up democracy for his homeland. Democrats say that democracy at its end at all. But what i did say there's a decline in the will and the self confidence and my purpose of the wall is somehow to inspire them inspire. There will make their will more self-confident more firm now in one thousand nine hundred ninety. His soviet citizenship was restored in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. He returned to russia with his wife. Natalia who had become a us citizen he passed away of heart failure in two thousand eight. A fire erupted in the world trade center in new york city on the state in nineteen seventy five in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. A bomb exploded in a refuse truck outside the hilton hotel in sydney australia. Killing two garbage collectors and a policeman the intense february thirteenth hundred seventy nine windstorm struck western washington and sunk a one half mile long section of the hood canal bridge in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Two laser guided smart bombs destroyed a bunker in baghdad. The bunker being used as a military communication outpost and unknown to allied forces a shelter for iraqi civilians in nineteen ninety. Seven tuneup and repair work on. The hubble space telescope was started by astronauts from the space shuttle discovery. It was twenty one years ago today. The last original peanuts comicstrip appeared in newspapers. It was one day after charles. Schulz died an earthquake measuring six point. Six on the richter scale hit el salvador on this date in two thousand one killing at least four hundred. It really truly is horrific. If you see the conditions that these people are in and to have this sort of fear put in them. Again is a very debilitating thing i know right now. The red cross is looking for more people to come in to be able to help with mental health issues. Just getting people you know trying to think positively and realize that things may be okay and in two thousand four. The harvard smithsonian center for astrophysics announced the discovery of the universe's largest known diamond white dwarf star astronomers name this star lucy after the beatles song lucy in the sky with diamonds passing away on this date in history composer wagner soprano lily. Pons actor david johnson. Best known as the original star of the fugitive actor. Martin balsam musician waylon jennings and pro bowler. Dick weber man whom i admired greatly. I thought he was just an a magnificent bowler born on this date in history Harry truman's wife best. Truman former first lady painter grant wood musician. Tennessee ernie ford. The man who for six fifty six years coached grambling university. Eddie robinson pilot and nasa official chuck yeager who died just last year at the age of ninety seven. The mcguire sisters. Dorothy mcguire actor. Oliver reed peter tork of the monkeys born on this date game. Show host geoff edwards wonderful an amazing personality and musician king. Floyd this is the birthday number hundred eight for actress. Kim novak george seagal turns eighty seven the star of the sequels of walking tall. He also made his mark in the tv show. Called here come. The brides boasts svenson eighty years of aids from greece. And the west wing. Stockard channing said look at me. I'm sandra dee. Seventy seven years old. Today is stockard channing. Jerry springer seventy seven today genesis. Peter gabriel is seventy one actor singer. David naughton sixty nine. His big disco hit making it. Play that on the radio if you can believe it that tells you how old i am. And how long ago was that. I was a disc jockey Denise austin feigned fitness expert sixty four years of age today musician. Henry rollins is sixty and from nash bridges and arrow kelly. Who is fifty three though. Some of the people who celebrate the.

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"martin balsam" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

07:23 min | 8 months ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"This is dave from germany again. And oh tom. You haven't even seen the worst of season for and i'm sure others will tell you so as well now i have to say. I agree with you wholeheartedly in this episode. It's downright painful to watch absolutely excruciating to me season four was definitely more interesting and more enjoyable to watch than season five. But it's bad. Episodes were downright painful to watch due to the long run time. Still i think that season four had more. Fresh ideas Overall better stories and it has been given a bit of a bad rep. And i don't think deserves that rep. Just because a couple of its episodes are bad. You could say the same about seasons but any other season really. It's just that there. S you mentioned. They go by quicker but proportionally really. It has a very high batting average. If you know what. I mean and i know that you know what i mean anyway. I'm really looking forward to your thoughts on the next episode. Which is one of my favorite twilight zone episodes although. It's kind of atypical. Because there is no clear supernatural element in it anyway looking forward to your episode arm. The new exhibits say safe. Stay healthy goodbye. Tom kieran here. I just wanted to offer some. Thanks for featuring my clip on the last episode and also thanks for responding. It was really cool to hear what you had to say about my points It's always really cool to have discourse about this sort of thing You know i really. I enjoyed talking about this kind of thing so it was cool to hear what you say as well And of course in the end you know we all are on the side of good here. i also wanted to offer some thoughts about the the next episode the new exhibit so first off we have martin balsam. Who is you know we've seen before in the sixteen millimeter shrine To me he just Excellently natural actor whether he's portraying this enthusiasm and passion for his job in the beginning or whether it's kind of the madness in the desperation that he descends into by the end I just find it. You know like i said so natural and enjoyable to watch right. And he's he's like a real person and that's sometimes not what we get from our twilight zone actors I found it really interesting to find it every every time. I watch it That he's got the sort of idolization of of these characters. These figures that he's talking about and it's almost like he feels empathy for them and to me that's kind of foreshadowing what happens in the end Whether you believe that he is the murderer or not when he says that hicks is is a gentleman and burke and hare are have endured agonies and landreau again agony. He was driven to kill jack. The ripper felt torment You know he. It's like he feels empathy for these people and to me. That suggests that he is the same way you know you. And i as non. Murderers would never empathize with jack the ripper but there he is doing it. And maybe that's just part of his job may be you know whatever but to me it seems so genuine. It raises questions in my mind. Anyways the big question of why this episode. I also find really interesting. You know. are the figures Driving him to murder people in his life because the figures are carrying the spirits of the murderers and they want the killing to continue. And they're using him as vehicle or him as someone to frame You know or is martin just a guy who you know. The world is passing him by. He's no he's no longer feeling needed. the museum that he works out is being replaced. By a supermarket people are no longer scared or enticed by chamber of horrors type thing because they've become desensitized to the horrors of the world because of world war two and stuff like that other traumatic events happening in the world You know all these questions. That's kind of what makes the twilight zone great. In a lot of cases you know we have those cases of cosmic justice Where you know like a good person is rewarded or a bad person is punished. But then you have this kind of middle road where we don't really know what's going on and that's not something i really understood until i was Emailing with you when you pointed that out to me that i was referring to it as randomness. But it's not really random we just don't really understand it and to me that's okay you know it's it's it's okay to not understand I find that almost more entertaining and more enticing And finally shouted to margaret field. Who plays emma She kind of steps out of that. Typical twilight zone wife Hysterical character that we often see she stands up to her husband's she holds up the electrical bill. And you know like says that they don't have money anymore and anytime she actually gets upset. It seems like it is justified and it's not overblown You know it's not a great look for the show that one of the first like strong wife characters we see is murdered but it is what it is right. It's a part of the story Anyways you know. Overall the new exhibit is maybe not my number one or my top twenty five or anything But it's certainly not one that i'm to skip if it comes up so i do enjoy this one and i'm curious to see what everyone else has to say about it. Talk to you next time. Thanks bye rod sterling creator of the twilight zone. We'll tell you about next week story after this message. If you want to get your thoughts on some show than email a clip about five minutes or less to tom at the twilight zone podcast dot com if you wanna talk about any of the episodes in season four or a next step so common up. So let's go over to rod sailing to find out what that is. And now mr surly next dan twilight zone a trip back into time with.

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"martin balsam" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

The Deep Dive Podcast

08:34 min | 9 months ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

"Now i do not have covid Later that was darth vader and of course the voice of darth vader. I don't know his name joan. There you go national treasure. James earl jones. I am mussa. That would be wrong though. He would have counted. That's fine now. He was the first actor to play a black. Us president And that was in a fairly obscure one thousand nine hundred. Seventy two made for tv. Movie called the man that was based on the novel by author irving wallace and so it tells the story of a young african american center named douglas dilmun. Now as the film begins a devastating building collapse at a foreign summit takes the lives of the current president and the speaker of the house. Now normally the vice president would take over as is the line of succession but the vice president is battling a terminal illness at the time and can't take the job. The constitution says that the president pro tempore a senate is third in line of presidential succession. And that man was senator ehlmann in the movie now as expected delman runs into a lot of opposition from both sides of the aisle. He's a moderate so he's attacked by both sides and he's too black for racially biased conservatives and not black enough for activists in the african american community now. Most americans have little confidence in this new commander in chief as evidenced by his initial approval rating. Which is a trump level thirty nine percent. So you know. He's not getting off to a good start and if that weren't bad enough his secretary of state was fourth in the line of succession is plotting to undermine new president dilmun and install himself as president. So now thankfully the movie leaves behind any kind of fanciful. Over the top conspiracies or assassination plots or anything like that. The drama mostly comes from this new president being overwhelmed while trying to navigate the office when literally everyone is against him including his own daughter who is an activist. so it's It's not so much the drama of oh what's going to happen is somebody's gonna kill him. It's all about him trying to get get familiar with the job with basically all the strikes on all the strikes against him So very interesting in that respect now the movie itself has pretty interesting backstory. It was originally intended as an abc movie of the week but after it was completed the decision was made to release it theatrically through paramount pictures and aside from james earl jones who gives you an amazing performance. There's a a solid cast of veteran. Actors including burgess meredith Martin balsam william windham apple like that but the screenplay was written by none other than the creator of the twilight zone. Rod serling you. Yeah now speaking of twilight zone. The film score was composed by the legendary jerry. Goldsmith who among many other films scored twilight zone. The movie so little bit of a thing there in the director's chair was a man named joseph sargent and his career had more ups and downs than a yoyo on a trampoline. he directed an amazing film in the seventies called the taking of pelham. One two three which also had more walter matthau really great act kind of action movie but he also directed the unforgivable jaws the revenge so yeah. There's that tom now. The movie itself is an interesting relic of its time and Fortunately it does rely more on the drama of the situation rather than any kind of sensationalism And of course you know. James oh jones without voice in that presence carries the whole thing forward and gives a fantastic performance in the film. So it's you know it's a bit dated of course from a big in the seventies and You know it's sometimes the even though it probably shouldn't be the level of racism is almost cartoonish. But then you think about like well maybe not maybe maybe this really like that So but it is kind of an interesting little time capsule And once again it has certain historical significance because it was the first time a a black person was portrayed as being the president of the of the united states the scores seven out of ten on the internet movie database no rotten tomatoes scores And as far as i can tell there has never been an official release of the man on home video however the entire film is available to watch on youtube for the low low price of absolutely free. Ooh yeah so that's my second. Pick the man very very interesting movie very interesting. So you know it's a very seventies in its attitudes But still definitely worth worth watching for it. Especially for james there you go. Yeah i think so too. I think so too And it's funny because going through Going through the candidates so to speak for For this podcast. There were so many movies that could have made it on this list. All men the american president which you know opened the show. Dave which i absolutely love kevin kline Primary colors with john travolta And of course the most presidential film of all time air force one harrison Yeah so there are so many others whether any that didn't quite bake your top two but you you liked as well yeah. I got a few. That were wasn't that so sort of character but more of a supporting role Things like monsters inc 'cause even bear voices the president just olaria But you could argue things like et could be a president movie right because what we're talking about present i e government and at sort of any any movie with aliens and the government Independence day kind of comes to mind. i thought i thought like oh could be funny into but it's not thing is like it's not farfetched by any means it's just wasn't the russian. I thought that we we were going to go in so But yeah i always love good watching of independence day jeff. Goldblum is my hero so anything. She's been anything he did. I just love that man. Oh yeah. I'll nice to recap my two picks. Were my fellow americans a funny funny movie. You should watch and my second one bucks so funny. They'll see henry fonda in walter matthau. It's an important movie. it's an tumbling. Yes they have deep movie we watch really is. It's kind of a downer. But i think it's still well worth a watch definitely For me my first pick was nineteen ninety nine deterrence which is basically kind of a single set claustrophobic Where president has to make an impossible decision. And then my second pick was nineteen seventy. Two's of the man. Starring james earl jones as a black senator who finds himself through unforeseen circumstances thrust into the oval office as president of the united states. And those ladies and gentlemen our picks for this week but are we done. No no. We're not not as a matter of fact we have a special announcement to make. We're having pizza for dinner. Not that that's different. I have every night. I hear you so a couple of months ago. We announced that we were having a contest. Oh yeah that's remember. Anyway we ask for suggestions for future episodes and after utilizing a sophisticated algorithm to determine a winner in other words we picked ideas. We liked Now officially.

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"martin balsam" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Said. Hey, said the word fiance. Everyone. Unbelievable. God, I just can't bring my Hey, That's what you should have, like a bell. Every time he says it land, You know, I didn't mean anything. Yeah, OK, No, I showed she'd never seen young Frankenstein before. So we watch them will be enjoyed. You're absolutely right. I have a couple of glasses of wine and watch that movie. It is still traffic. The other movie we watched Natalie is really ticked off at us. She's just not. She's not been smashed. He's not bothering today. She'll show up later. Hello, Natalie, are you okay? Natalie? How How was your morning going? Natalie, Let's go. Greece want to call her Frau Blucher? See if you got any reaction. Well, it Z, the other movie we watched the other night and this was a great one. You guys remember a movie from 1974 called the taking of Pelham 1230? Yeah. Damn movie. Sure. Yeah. Great with Walter mastered, right? Yeah, right. They take the train hostage. Robert Shaw. Who was the guy with the You know you're gonna need a bigger boat. He's the guy in Jaws. The shark hunter. He's in charge of all these guys who take the train hostage. And Walter Matthau all plays the detective and Martin Bolson is the former train conductor who is part of the group that takes it hostage. And he's the only one who survives at the end of it with his ransom money, But remember, he had a cold, so he keeps sneezing. He's always sneezing throughout the movie, and Walter Matthau hears him sneezing. And then Walter Matthau was like trying to figure out who's What train conductor Disgruntled train conductor might be out there and he goes to interview at the very end of the movie. He goes to interview Martin Balsam, and the guy's like I have nothing to do with it now that and then I said Bull tomatoes says, Okay, see an end. And Martin. Both of these things is a choo figure that opens the door, he says. Go zoom date. Fay, who played the guy who played who was the guy playing doctor, Frank Asi that was turning down the Ovaltine in the warm milk in Well, Gene Gene Wilder, too wild. Oh, my God. Natalie. Just checking. I don't never Natalie. You don't know Gene Wilder is Dr Frank and a Clay always says Dr Frankensteins, Because the joke is isn't a Frankenstein says No Frankenstein. Have you ever seen Young Franken's You gonna Frankensteins Lin? No, Probably not. What did you call the person? What did you call the person? You watch the movie with Natalie. Let Natalie got to travel here. That's that was not even with us. Not talking. You. Don't worry about what? Who's the person you saw the movie with the other night. You're who Who You know you want your movie with Yahoo George one. Well, that's an interesting question. Oh, Christina. Absolutely. My girls. How do you refer to her now? My fiance. Is that what you wanted, Joe? Yeah. You want the horses? My father that Oh, my God. No. You know my Frau Blucher so anyway, Cloris Leachman, terrific actress and, you know, I know Mel Brooks. I have spoken to melon awhile, but I had a great interview with Mel about two years ago for my book, Singular sensation trying drop The smell? Of course. Did the producers Oh, by the way, I want to want to point out something. And this slipped by me Just the other day, you know, 25 years ago, and I would bring Natalie and hear if she cared toe joined the show. He has no pictures. Not that I know. Do you have? Do you have the clip their land then I sent? No, I don't. No. So 25. You know what I do Have you know I do have I have I have this? I have this sound affected. You tell me what this is. Do you know who they're? You're right. That's the snowy owl. Do you know the snowy owl has not been seen in Central Park since 18 90. It was seen this week. Is that unbelievable? Wow, you were there when they first showed up. When? Yeah, I didn't say who I said.

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"martin balsam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now. Okay, well, Channing is correct. I like to read Hello, Dolly! Tony luridly lit, laconic lothario. Lordly let laconic listeria well the days of the silent film. What's his name? Rudy? Well, that quite brutal, Stanley Valentino. It's right. I'll give it to your Rudolph Valentino. Yes. For Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer luridly lit the red light. Laconic lothario is Rudolph Valentino, the silent lover. Very good. Honey. No one else But you has a chances. Hey, when you christmassy name might you get from the clue? One of 12 angry trees. Wait. Are we talking? We're not talking about the play The 12 angry men. You're not going Are you talking about that 12 Angry trees? Would something about wood? Branch. No, I think it's it's what Nutcracker Oh, someone in the audience has it. Nutcracker first person with a Christmassy name person with a Christmassy name one of 12 angry trees. Is this some of your time? It is somebody in the cast of the 12 Angry men? Yes. Living with that, Okay. Henry Fonda and Martin Paulson. Martin Balsam. Martin is exactly right. Very good. Good. Well, glad we don't have to go through the whole cast. Yeah, I'm gonna know. By the time you got the jack warden, I didn't think we were gonna get anywhere. Martin Paulson is exactly right. There's a nasty one. Francine for Christmas. Berry Berry, good actress. 00 How Holly Berry? No. Why not? Because that's scary. Mary. Good activity. That's Halle Berry. Anybody better? Very, very good actors. Your clothes Holly hunter. Holly Hunter is the way to go. Yes, Very good. Holly Berry, Hollie Fintor. Holla! Try this one. Sure to have a black magic Christmas. Sure the whole black magic Christmas Black magic was right. Well, Santana could moving. Well, yeah, that's.

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"martin balsam" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Really. Got Me excited about the possibility of the format We've got ideas of how to. Not, not do a sequel, but how to expand on the same the same world host in the the same approach in terms of in terms of Kind of conventional filming does it as a a a film that just announced that? That mean and Jet Shepherd the the The other exact producer on host in the main jeter doing with the same Ramey producing which I'm really excited about because he's a big big hero of mine and. It's been an incredible process working with him. We just got a script for this new movie I'm that I'm really excited about I. think that's something that we might be able to shoot next year again, touch word. Let's see and see how the world is. That would be the ideal. Yeah if you if you want to endear him to you talk a little hitchcock because he loves. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's how I that's how I. Learn, how to make movies was obsessing over a psycho frame by frame. Oh my God I know that's such. An amazing fill affects puffing maybe and you know they really stretched the special effects of that movie like the the scene where Martin Balsam is stabbed and falls down the steps with a rare projection. Yeah. Beautifully done I mean today. Yes. Sure. Doesn't look as convincing as it would be today, but still it holds up extremely well yeah. As impacts because, yeah being able to focus on his face as he as he staggers down the stairs that perform you know that performance does so much even even if the effect doesn't quite hold up I think that films films lost none of its punch. And the use of shadows of black and white you know the the way. Like mom's face wasn't totally lit to begin with and you'd see the shadow in the way the light just raped on her beautifully, just great cinematography too. So is that one of your favorites you'd say? Yeah I. Love Not yet I mean it's not it's vertigo and it's notorious for the three boys like I back to again and again the is probably just as most gorgeous Lee might want..

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"martin balsam" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Really. Got Me excited about the possibility of the format We've got ideas of how to. Not, not, do a sequel but how to expand on the same the same world host in the the same approach in terms of in terms of Kind of conventional filming does it as a a a film that just announced that? That mean and Jet Shepherd the the The other exact producer on host in the main jeter doing with the same Ramey producing, which I'm really excited about because he's a big hero of mine and. It's been an incredible process working with him. We just got a script for this new movie I'm that I'm really excited about and I think that's something that we might be able to shoot next year again, touch word. Let's see and see how the world is. That would be the ideal. Yeah if you if you want to endear him to you talk a little hitchcock because he loves. Oh, yeah yeah. Yeah That's how I that's how I. Learn, how to make movies was obsessing over. Psycho frame by frame. Oh my God. I. Know That's such. An amazing fill affects puffing maybe and you know they really stretched the special effects of that movie like the the scene where Martin Balsam is stabbed and falls down the steps with a rare projection. Yeah. Beautifully done I mean today. Yes. Sure. Doesn't look as convincing as it would be today, but still it holds up extremely well yeah. Has Impact because yeah being able to focus on his face as he as he staggers down the stairs that perform you know that performance does so much even even if the effect doesn't quite hold up I think that films films lost none of its punch. into the use of shadows of black and white, you know the the way. Like mom's face wasn't totally lit to begin with and you'd see the shadow in the way, the light just raped on her beautifully, just great cinematography too. So is that one of your favorites you'd say Yeah I love not yet..

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"martin balsam" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Baxter show Michael Lejos of Johns Hopkins joins for our conversation. In question marks Are we now in a new civil war? Are we witnessing a breakdown of civil order? Not violence on Lee, but language ideology. Belief systems hopes dreams even are we inside week? We don't know because we're taught That civil wars in the past last 2000 years. Look like ordinary things where people are in anxious or in turmoil until afterwards, the historians get ahold of it and frame it. Was called the war between the states of the war of southern rebellion or the war of northern Aggression. It was not called the Civil war until the 20th century, when they needed a way to make an umbrella for the library of Congress. Now we come to If we don't know we're in a civil war. What does it mean that we're witnessing on the front pages of the Washington Post? Speculation about a military coup directed by the president of the United States, Donald Trump to suppress the 2020 election. Immediately. I went to my favorite black and white movie. I recommend to everybody seven days in May made during the Kennedy administration. In fact, John Kennedy was said to be a fan of the book. It was originally a novel, and it was Turned into a movie by Frankenheimer, the very famous director, starring Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster and FREDRIC March, And Ava Gardner. What a list! Admin! O'Brien Martin Balsam. I'm in a fabulous story. The screenplay was written by Rod Serling of Twilight Zone. The plot is very straightforward. The president at the time President Jordan Lyman, played by FREDRIC March is seeking an accommodation with the Soviets over nuclear weapons. Maybe even peace, You know, a disarmament. In any event, it's extremely unpopular. So, according to the book with the military, led by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Burt Lancaster, as U. S Air Force, General James Mattoon, Scott and Boy does he love the role. Five. He has arranged the other members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to join in with him in this coup entirely in Washington, in which they're going to take the president prisoner. Hold him prisoner and declare that it's a national emergency and James Mattoon Scott is going to change policy before America surrenders to the Soviets. There is a hero Kirk Douglas, who stumbles upon this plot. There is a very sympathetic former mistress of James of General Scott played by Ava Gardner, and there's their plot to us everywhere. The reason I mentioned this is that it's an entertainment. Now. Jack Kennedy liked it. He actually thought it might have been possible in the 19 sixties, where there was often debate over a nuclear disarmament treaty. But here we are in 2020 where we're less than 100 days, an election and the quotes in the Washington Post are not tongue and cheek. In fact, I don't even think they've seen the movie, Michael A. Very good evening to you. I sent this to you. Not as a send up, but like we don't have to work very hard, Michael. We don't have to argue about whether we're two nations blue and red globalists and nationalist at all because the Washington Post has already declared That the Trump Forces are ready to launch a code to take over the government and cancel the election. Good evening to you, Michael. Good evening, John. This is a remarkable A demonstration that is to say that's Washington Post article a remarkable demonstration of how much the American liberal establishment has been transformed over the last several decades. And the muscular liberal establishment of the era of seven days and make Ah wass Ah bunch of Democrats, predominantly Ah, And yet, uh, Frankenheimer, who was also you know, quite politically liberal, specialized in wonderful entertainments. Uh, like the Manchurian Candidate, a legendary film or black Sunday these air No French connection to these are movies that Are all about entertaining, and they're all to an American audience that in that period of the sixties had an overall integrity, meaning if there was a kind of collective Not monolithic but collective American consciousness that was highly patriotic and the John F. Kennedy, for example, the president of the United States who so enjoyed The film seven days in May could do so secure in the fact that he was a decorated veteran of World War two and many of the father's taking their families to seven days in May were also veterans of the war have seen combat service. In fact, the nature Of America was that still of a nation in which citizenship was still connected in the mind and heart of Americans to their willingness to defend the country. So although there wasan elite and the elite of Democrats dominated politics still at this time, the fact wass that everyone Republican or Democrat shared A common vision of America and had a common sense of of the heroic and the American narrative, and so therefore Frankenheimer could create a story in which a rogue, uh, a military officer who had sort of gone over the edge and rationality but did not. And represent and was not representative off. The um either the American military or the people who might serve in the military, which of course, was the American people in aggregate and therefore it could be pushed as a great A Touchstone for a suspenseful story without in any way, having a political angle that would say, implicate the military as being young Pretoria ins which of course, was what was happening in France at exactly this time when John Law, Arctic is novel the Pretoria MES had just come out and within Two or three years that it would be a no attempted military coup, which of course, led to the fall of the Fourth Republic and the emergence of Charlton call etcetera. But that was France. America was different. And and so how do we look at this Washington Post article which is suggesting that Trump will try and stage cool, let me read. Let me read a couple of the paragraphs, Michael so and and people don't understand. How were gobsmacked by this? Okay? President Trump's refusal to commit to accepting the results of the remember election paired with his pension for plunging the military into the partisan fray. Has prompted scholars and legal experts to Aska once unthinkable question. How would the armed forces respond if pulled into a disputed election? This sentence is wonderful. Speculation about whether the military could be asked to play a role in the events following the 2020 presidential vote has intensified in the wake of the Pentagon's involvement. In the government's response to demonstrations against racism and police brutality. Michael I rest my case, the opera begins. Strike the music. Good heavens, Michael. We're living inside seven days in May and some people's imagination. The situation today is one in which we have Professional military that is effectively a next tension of the executive branch. It is true but which in a more important Significant way is part of what some people like to call the deep state. In other words, the UM the network of institutions that Ron Imperial Washington And it is, uh, a liberal looking establishment. It's its own military order that seeks to protect itself at all costs, and it's very canny politically. In fact, it is In autonomous political force in the firmament of American Empire. It is not allied with any single man who might be chief executive. Nor would it necessarily follow is his orders in a highly Charged political situation as we've shown recently by by General Millie's withdrawal from support, which puts the president of the United States in a ambiguous situation where, in fact he cannot rely On this autonomous military establishment, and Trump is not only no exception. He is perhaps the least trusted. President from the standpoint of the military as witness General Mathis's entire sense of of of disgust with the president. Michael, a host of Johns Hopkins. We're looking at the speculation in Washington. We're told.

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"martin balsam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To now a Bloomberg business minute Canibus is typically grown indoors but Canadian authorities of approve licenses for it to be grown outside the door as well as illegal up until quite recently and so the Canadian government just started issuing the first licenses for outdoor grow operation this fear Cristino rom wrote the story for Bloomberg news only thirteen licenses have been granted that the only about ten percent of the total cultivation life threatening Canada for the vast majority of growing here is still done in greenhouses or in indoor warehouse type facilities one argument for moving production outside is that it is significantly cheaper they're growing at twenty five even twenty sent the Gramm compared to a dollar Graham in a green house two dollars a gram indoors and so you know there are down sides the growing outdoors you're much more at the mercy of the weather of course but the cost is so much lower than their thing it's worth it to other concerns about outside production pesticides from neighboring farms and security I'm Charlie Pellett Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio it's nine thirty nine heading out of the house maybe you're just park the car leaving the radio behind you no problem take WBZ with you everywhere with the free yeah I heart radio app a seventy six year old Connecticut man is walking from Yankee Stadium to Fenway Park to promote peace WBZ Suzanne saws will explain how forte of Stanford is not talking just about peace between red Sox and Yankees fans he's making the two hundred mile trip to ask people along the way to pray for peace on earth forte began its journey after red Sox Yankees game on August fourth and plans to arrive in Boston in time for Friday night's game between the two ball clubs forte won't say which team you root for but says he's a former Brooklyn Dodgers fan Suzanne saws well WBZ Boston snooze radio got he daily is sorted pope Francis was late for his prayer in Saint Peter's square this morning because he was stuck in an elevator for twenty five minutes he apologized to the faithful and thank the Vatican firefighters to rescue him they've been teaching women know what the problem seems to have been a power outage US and Saudi the son of a reggae legend is hoping to open a pot dispensaries in the northeast world Marley and Colorado based dispensary light shade have applied to open a medical marijuana dispensary in Montclair New Jersey state officials recently announced a limited number of licenses will be made available for cannabis cultivation and retail dispensaries Marley raised his five children in south orange that said the statement that this family in Jamaica has long advocated the medical benefits of marijuana his dad Bob Marley who died in nineteen eighty one was devoted to the ras Tafari in faith that regards cannabis as spiritually important bro and said he would help with the dispensaries marketing and hiring taught at ABC news the violent demonstrations continue in Hong Kong the operator of the express train to Hong Kong airport is suspended service as pro democracy protesters gathered at the airport after online calls to disrupt travel this follows a day of violent clashes with police protesters threw gasoline bombs of government headquarters and police had subway passengers with clubs and pepper spray it is nine forty one it's time now to check sports and here's WBZ's Joel stern Anaheim angels rally was seven in the eight to be the red Sox stand for Ryan brazier take for six runs including David pushers go ahead RBI double Albert Pujols seals it with a three run shot off John Smith the response failed to gain ground the wild card race as he is with Indians both lose also remains five and a half games behind with twenty six well cut down day in the NFL the pagers say goodbye to quarterback Brian Hoyer at least fourth round pick Jared cinemas along back up veteran receiver Demaryius Thomas also released gutter OSHA's he makes the roster today be inclined his next stop will be Seattle protections as he also agreed to a blockbuster trade for the pass rusher pending physical so the players involved in exchange the Texans will receive a twenty twenty third round draft pick in addition to pass rusher bar KBS mango and linebacker Jacob Martin balsam college once they're open beating Virginia Tech thirty five twenty eight at alumni stadium Anthony brown with.

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"martin balsam" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Lady Gaga, I believe Oscar performance. Has an amazing voice. Obviously. Probably not the greatest actress. I don't know. You're the movie guy sap is joining me here now for the next half hour. Lady Gaga act. She's a better actress than Madonna was. Yeah. Well, that's not a high bar not a high bar. But it's interesting that when the movie about Evita was coming out and actually Madonna ended up playing Evita Meryl Streep one of the role, and it was the only time she'd have been turned down for a role they won't Madonna instead. And most Streep said that's interesting because I sing better than her which she does. Yeah. Then Madonna acts better than Madonna. But Madonna always had that great stage presence and was an entertainer. I think lady Gaga is somewhat similar to Madonna, except I just think better in terms of stage presence and just the ability to sing. I mean, she's got a great voice in great. Yeah. And. You know, I was saying I was saying before the break that I saw on the airplane to California. I saw the post in barrow Streep was great in that the post how three times I saw it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That was nominated for several Academy Awards last year raised Streep was awesome is Katharine Graham. She's the greatest actress ever, I thought you did a great job in portraying kind of it was kind of a complex role. It was it wasn't just I'm the hero her heroine of this is not like that at all no beginning, especially get involved. Now, she was just going to be the hands off shirt because it had been her husband's newspaper, and then all of a sudden she was involved. Yeah. And yeah, it wasn't like Norma Ray or something. Like, we're standing on top of tables. She did it in a dignified manner in kind of reluctantly locked in. And sometimes those are the best heroes because it's not about them. It's about the message. Or when they're what they're supporting Tom Hanks is pretty good. Yeah. That's a great movie. It's not quite all the president's men. Yeah. That's still the greatest newspaper movie, everyone ten favorite movies. Yeah. We may beat the drama on that one. No. And you know, what's great about that movie? Joe is you know, how it's going end is gonna resign. But still for two hours and twenty minutes riveted, so well directed by Alan Jay peculiar, and of course, Dustin Hoffman and Robert. Redford and a great cast of character. Actors Martin Balsam was great in how Hobart play deep throat and Jason Robards played the editor of the Washington Post. Ben bradlee anyone Academy Award. For many was scary. How much he was became. Ben bradlee was better in that role than Tom. Hanks was good. Yeah. Tom Hanks was how makes us too much Tom Hanks still see him. You see Tom Hanks Robards was a stage actor was really got into the role in. It felt like you're watching Ben bradlee, Tom Hanks was very very good in the movie, but not quite as good as Jason Robards. But Meryl Streep my God as Katharine Graham. She was she was she's fantastic in pretty much everything. She's in this was one of the few years. She didn't get nominated because she wasn't in a movie. So she may be the first actress that ever gets nominated for not being in a movie because you just saw using her being nominated but back to lady Gaga. Yeah. She's she's quite a perform. I did not see a star is born. I'm in a movie swamp. Joe? Yeah. Big time. Last year. I went into the Oscars. I felt like I could've voted Encina everything this year. It just kind of in a movie swamp. Maybe change a scheduling. During the afternoon show again. And also the weren't a lot of movies that I really wanted to go see that never stopped me before. I would normally just go see everything Black Panther very saw that I saw. Nobody saw nobody saw Rome. Yeah. I was gonna watch black klansman on the plane too. But I never got a chance. Good. I like that. And I like, Spike Lee, a direct very talented. I saw vice which I was not crazy about really no, I wasn't. I it was just kept hammering you home. About Dick Cheney, and look I may be in a minority. I think Christian bale somewhat overrated as an actor. I think he is not necessarily acting, but he's doing impressions of people. And there's a difference there. Look he puts the weight on he shaves the head and all that stuff. That's really not acting. I mean, that's just mimicking right? He didn't get nominated. But I also remember Dick Cheney being that heavy. I mean, he put a lot of weight on. He's also six one Cheney's probably all five eight. Yeah. He made him a little too heavy. Maybe it was done on purpose. Yeah. A little exaggerating. I wasn't crazy about that movie to be quite honest with you. We do see that green book which won best pictures now being called the worst best. Mitch. Yeah. But Kareem Abdul-Jabbar actually wrote an op Ed about the movie because a lot of the Christmas men sanitized version race relations in the factor. Not accurate in the relationships not portrayed correctly. But Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who read some a lot of op EDS, and is very opinion. I didn't know that. Yeah. He does. And he said, you know, let it go a little bit back off a little bit. Because just look at what the messages and he's right about that. Because these dramas this is not documentaries. Right. Right. You know, like Shakespeare played with historical facts. Yes. Some time to time. I know that Lincoln didn't win best picture in two thousand twelve because there were a few small factual errors in it. And should have won best picture it didn't. Because of that. There's some blowback that they portrayed how Connecticut voted on the sixteenth amendment differently than they had so, but it's drama documentary and drama two totally different things. 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"martin balsam" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"You're talking about all the president's friend before could you name the whole cast. You mean like the actors the actors, for instance, the easy ones are Woodward and Bernstein that was Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman those easy ones member who played Ben bradlee. I do. And now, of course, I can't think of his name. Jason rope. Jason Robards Jason Robards who. I can think of a guy played deep throat. How Hobart Holbrook? That's right. You mentioned Donald cigarette. Earl he was played by a guy who is on. Speaking of newspapers he was an actor on Robert Walden. Robert Ross robber. While all these faces. I can't think of me. They were all like mid love other than the big superstars Woodward and Bernstein, Redford and Hoffman. There were all these mid level character actor tape people. Hell Holbrooke was obviously perfect for the role of of of deep throat who else was in there. There were guys who were the editors were who were again character actors you saw, but you never knew their names was Meredith Baxter. Houston's wife. Yes. Yeah. Hugh Sloan was the campaign treasurer for the committee to re elect Meredith Baxter who was just emerging as a star. What show? Did she go on to do? She was in the one with Michael J, FOX. Yeah. What was that called family ties, Emily ties? Yeah. Martin Martin Balsam played. He's one of the editors the city the city, the the national editor. No, the city editor was Jack warden. I think he was in the Iraqi. No. But he was in. Warren Beatty that was a well that was a well cast movie. While the media was out to get Nixon in that era. The reason that they were able to do what is that the media's overall reputation, you didn't perceive going into it that the media's also added in this is a character assassination of throw take the president out. Even though it might have been we didn't have that attitude. That's right. I am making we trusted the media. Even if you're kinda thought little slatted in here. Most people trusted the media. They have abandoned that imagine having an industry they'd had trust to give up trust. It's what are the greatest things a product can have. I mean, you think of a consumer product, I think people trust Kleenex they'd be shocked if there was some awful chemical that was in there or something or another their products that people just trust and have a feeling that you can count on them. And that's what we had with the media. They gave up something like that unbelievably stupid because. I'm talking I'm talking about as a business. And if you tried to set one backup, we're going to try to be trusted by both sides are stories, you know, you'd liberal or could save you'll never be able to tell which cyber coming down that would work. I know what would work. I absolutely know what would work yet. Isn't it? Amazing. Not any. I'm not it might be tried by somebody under capitalism. So I, of course, you still have to have good staff talented people. Good visuals. Well, laid out know breaking news, not make mistakes. You know, not follow up story. Not get anything. Inaccurate have different kind of content, etc. Etc. But if you could do that, I think the biggest I think the biggest challenge is convincing people on the left that everything isn't political. Well, you'd have to hire people to do it. I'm just saying you put it out there once it's there. I do I think that there would be an interesting getting in getting the product and even people on the left would be interested in reading it. Because most people in the end still do want to know what's going on. We do what the bucks are playing tonight at ten o'clock if I don't watch the game ten o'clock, I want an they wanted they lost. I don't necessarily want to have anything said syntech with the government shutdown site from what I may think about it. I would like to be able to read that it happened and lay out the facts me. And then let me work off all the other things that I can come from Lord knows. There's not a shortage of people shooting off their mouth. With the patriots, myself included. What does not exist is unbiased reporting of the news? It's certainly not going to come from me. I'm not I'm biased. I'm putting my cell phone here. Is it opinionated source? If somebody did it is somebody did it. I am telling you the money..

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"martin balsam" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"martin balsam" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"From you're talking about all the president's men before could you name the whole cast. You mean like the actors the actors, for instance, the easy ones are Woodward and Bernstein that was Robert Redford doesn't often those of these zones member who played Ben bradlee. I do. And now, of course, I can't think of his Jason Jason Robards Jason Robards who. Like, I can think of the guy play deep throat. How Holbrook that's right. You mentioned Donald cigarettes early was played by a guy who was on. Speaking of newspapers he was an actor on Robert Walden. Robert Ross robber. While the all these faces I can't think of me. They were all like mid love other than the big superstars Woodward Bernstein, Redford and Hoffman. There were all these mid level character actor type people hell Holbrooke, you know, was obviously perfect for the role of of of deep throat who else was in there. There were guys who were the editors were who were again character actors you saw, but you never knew their names was Meredith Baxter, Hugh, sloan's wife. Yes. Yeah. Hugh Sloan was the campaign treasurer for the committee to re elect Meredith Baxter who was just emerging as a star. What show? Did she go on to do? She was in the one with Michael J, FOX. Yeah. What was that called family ties ties? Yeah. Martin Martin Balsam played. Yeah. He's one of the the city the city the the national editor. No, the city editor was Jack warden. Yeah. I think he was in. Rocky. No. But he was in. You haven't wave Warren Beatty. Was a well that was a well cast movie. While the media was out to get Nixon in that era. The reason that they were able to do what is that the media's overall reputation, you didn't perceive going into it that the media's also added in this is a character assassination of throw take the president out. Even though it might have bad. We didn't have that attitude. That's right. I am making we trusted the media. Even if you're kinda little slatted in here. Most people trusted the media. They have a bad. Did that imagine having an industry they'd had trust to give up trust? It's what are the greatest things a product can have. I mean, you think of a consumer product, I think people trust Kleenex they'd be shocked if there was some awful chemical that was in there or something or other products that people just trust and have a feeling that you can count on them. And that's what we had with the media. They gave up something like that. Unbelievably stupid because I'm not even talking. Right, right. I'm talking about as a business. And if you tried to set one backup, we're gonna try to be trusted by both sides are stories, you know, you'd liberal or could save you'll never be able to tell which side we're coming down that would work. I know it would work. I absolutely know what would work yet. Isn't it? Amazing. Not. I'm not it might be tried by somebody under capitalism. Of course, you still have to have good staff talented people. Good visuals. Well, laid out it'll breaking news, not make stakes not, you know, not follow up a story. Not get anything. Inaccurate have a lot of different kind of content, etc. Etc. But if you could do that, I think the biggest I think the biggest challenge is convincing people on the left that everything isn't political. Well, you'd have to hire people to do it. I'm just saying you put it out there. And once it's there, I do I think that there would be an interesting getting in getting the product and even people on the left would be interested in reading it. Because most people in the end still do want to know what's going on. We do what the bucks are playing tonight at ten o'clock if I don't watch the game. I ten o'clock. I wanna know if they wanna they lost. I don't necessarily want to have anything said same thing with the government shutdown aside from what I may think about it. I would like to be able to read that had happened and lay out the facts semi. And then let me work off all the other things that I can come from Lord knows. There's not a shortage of people shooting off. Their mouth with opinions myself included. What does not exist is unbiased reporting of the news? It's certainly not going to come from me. I'm not I'm biased. I'm putting my out here. Is that opinionated source? If somebody did it is somebody did it. I am telling you the money. They could make is massive if someone figures that out. All right. I gotta break. Five eleven news. Talk eleven thirty w I heart radio is given wonks.

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