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"martin landau" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"And Willing finley who has been an other diploma. Movies like moon sisters are where a martyr kid replace twins and i also i love drastic i think dressy killers probably his best movie diploma as much as i love fairness if he does lessons. I've got different favorites. So brian depalma also. In addition to those movies but zan listed also directed scarface owes forget about skirving naked. Eighty seven the untouchables with kevin costner. In sean connery. The whole thing with the take out one of yours you to. There's and the more that kind of thing. Yup that's a bonfire bonfire of the vanities which was a big bomb mission. Impossible the nineteen ninety-six movie that the first one that launch tom cruise ethan hunt as the lead character. In the mission impossible franchise. I really enjoy that film a lot. I know you're not tom cruise fan so you haven't seen it because he's never seen this. But what am i favor things that has ever happened on. Television came out of this movie. Which is the premier. Mtv was covering the premier. And this is back. When kennedy was on mtv right. Because it's ninety tennis. Keep in mind. Yeah so kennedy's interviewing people who are coming up on the red carpet. One event is martin. Went out you've told me the story yet. Go go for it. One of them is martin. Landau and martin landau is. He was on the original mission. Impossible by the way with barbara bain. The for they did before they did. Space nineteen ninety nine. Yeah and their daughter juliet landau. You may know if you're above and buffy fan because if you are a fan of the movie ed wood which is why martin landau was in the ether at that time. Because news had been announced would is plano so so kennedy essentially asked him like. Why are you here. You know what. What state do you have in this where you here. And he just lays into her. He's like i was in the original. Tv show that this was based on. You need to learn your history and just walks away right which is fantastic. It's so great. And that's i think that might be somewhere on youtube too. But just i think if you do martin landau kennedy. Mtv you can probably but he just you can tell. He is so annoyed with her. You know 'cause that and that's a show that had like a ton of people on it right you know. If it wasn't like wizards shortly of series they ran for seven years or something like that and it was. It was a long series. Yeah but time but yeah it. You know that's where that's why. Peter grades was famous to be in the airplanes right. She probably doesn't have degrees is either. I'm guessing ghetto people our age charles. We know stephen hill. For being law and order stephen hill he was the pro. Yeah he proceeded. Peter graves mission impossible. He was in season one. Because i'm usually possible guy. I know that but and there is. There's a little actor named leonard nimoy was on the show. also it was. It was a big deal began happening. So what are you doing here. Essentially like trying to say like you're in this movie like what's your neal. He just laid into her. So but yeah. I forgot the deployment of that. I've never seen it..
"martin landau" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"It was the mission impossible movie Premiere Okay and td was there and Kennedy. was there talking to people and Martin Landau Kennedy on MTV I mean Kennedy the VJ yeah. The with the red hair. Say because He. Jack Kennedy kill was killed Netease offering. The candidate none of the. MTV. MTV's just clarifying that for the people who would know Kennedy from MTV right for the people who don't remember that flash in the PAN that was Kennedy. She was interviewing people in the red carpet and she was interviewing Martin Landau and Martin Landau, had been back in the spotlight for winning the Oscar for best supporting actor for Ed Wood. So he was pretty famous in pretty fantastic as Bela Lugosi by the way Fan May. Maisy yes. So she was talking to him and basically said, why are you here? You know basically it was like so what's what are you doing here for you? You were in this movie where you here and he's like. I was in the TV show and you need to learn your history and like wash away. That's how it's done. So. Great. Yeah. That's funny. I think I've heard I've heard that before. But yeah, that's fine. By the way burnt Landau in the first exiles movie. So that brings us back to exile. You see what? You. Did there. I navigated this right back the X. files discussion. There right. So Trivia before we get into our discussion. Just, got a few things. This time sacred area main case you're wondering what that means means place of blood in Latin so. There you go. Because sanguine means, blood. Keisha, wanting. So in that em their place. where? Place where things happen. The Planet area. Planted area. What is that south? Park yes, the Planet Area Oh, my God planet area. Welcome to the planet area. I have not thought about that in twenty years. You're welcome. All right. So if you're wondering about the words that were written in blood on Dr, Franklin's Mera that Venezuela's Vendor Tottenham which is Latin for let's rock pretty much. Yeah. Yeah it's not. It's not it's not really what is it? What what it really means is vanity of vanities. So essentially like super vein is. What she's calling him out as you are vein levels of pain. Yeah. So in she's doing it in Latin just to show off presumably. So what that is four shuttle away. Most, people would just broke out the carly. Simon and would have had that plane? nope. None her you really think this blood on the mayor is about you don't you. Very. Nice. Thanks. Yeah. If you know the lyrics stats on, you would appreciate that joke right?.
"martin landau" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"Also had episodes of community and Seinfeld Oh. Okay. So yeah, thought he mentioned that. An WANNA stage work analyst. John Giuliani plays. Dr. Harrison. Lloyd and resent mentioned him as in addition to being the father of Allesandro Giuliani. Aka Data. On Bow Star Galactica, the remaining he was in episodes of Millennium and drama in dark angel. So he's one of those rare x x files and millennium vets. I like completely forgot about dark angel being a thing. Yeah. Yeah. That was the OH. What's her name Jessica? Jessica Alba? Yes. Yeah. It's like that and like true calling we're around the same time right with alleged use Q.. Yeah. Yeah. It was like these these. These. Female actors that are usually playing like the parts that Jessica Alba played in. Maybe something like a never been kissed you would expect that from her bigger. They play these bad assets right there was an era in the early two thousands at least alleged use Q.. became sort of famous from playing faith on Buffy. So right? At least have kind of a bad aspects. Jessica Alba got sort of famous by playing sue storm. This is true. And also in Sin City who was she in Cincinnati I don't remember. The the kind of stripper with the heart of that falls in love with. Mickey Works Character No. That was that was Pretty Goldie? Murphy was Goldie. I thought that was pretty Murphy. No I'm sorry. That wasn't even I think we're both wrong on Goldie that was To look this up now, we gotta look it up. Here we are. We need. We Need Zan Charles Internet music to to do you know when we're? Just. Some sort of like. The play Goldie who did Jamie King Jamie King Okay So that's who was thinking but. So just over must play somebody else. Yeah Forget. Honestly. Charles. It's been so long since I've seen or read. Cincinnati boys that a good movie you guys she's the one that I think has kind of a crush on Bruce Willis's John Hartson if I'm mistaken DADS who yes. Yes. Yes. That's that's okay. Okay. So we don't need to look her up, but anyway, we don't. All right. So mostly had arlene miserable as Dr Theresa Shannon and she was in the movies cocktail recruit in the two thousand thirteen version of Kerry which I did not see none of which I've seen that I wanted to see the two thousand thirteen version of Kerry because I like Khloe Grace Marantz. Yeah. I think she's very good. Yes. She was great in kick ass hit girl never saw kick ass? Yeah. It's pretty good. Yeah never saw kick ass but worth a look. Yeah. I also never saw cocktail because I don't see Tom Cruise movies. Yes. Yeah we've talked about that. We know about this we all know this rule I don't watch Tom Cruise movies either except for mission impossible moves that's my one out because I was a mission impossible fan before Tom. Cruise. Fan. Then then then just watch just watch early episodes of law and order. Stephen Hill. Adam Schiff and order was in mission impossible. There you go. The best thing to watch though that's mission impossible related is to watch. Martin Landau tell off Kennedy for not knowing that he was in mission. Impossible. Have you ever seen that? No no I needed to look that up..
"martin landau" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Yeah. That's not a thing as I know you have to be touching the body not the hand Rosso the alien has special powers to do some. alien is not robotic a you know what I mean. It's not it's a bug. It's a buck on my God I. This really is just it's More, questions. Do you know off the top of your head. was there a hidden sequel guests his it seems like I saw that I think, I didn't look too far into it because it basically none of the same actors, not like the same plot or anything you know. So I just didn't look at it I. don't even think it's written or directed by now I. Don't think it has anything to do with a Jack Shoulder yet jack shoulder as such a weird. Weird. Name go ahead. Let's talk about Jack Shoulder for a minute because here's one got one watch go ahead one of his first writing credits. is for alone in the dark. Yeah right and which has. Our two main characters from? From without warning they were. So people were like we have got to get these guys in as many movies as possible and then they did this next they're like, oh As a bad. They're like Oh. Let's go ahead and throw a Donald pleasance in there that I listen to kind of sweeten the deal like okay I'll give you one. Donald. BLEDEL spicy. Yeah. Yeah like upping the ante look at the pictures on IMDB. For. Alone in the dark number ten. Okay hang on because I think I I. Think I know what you're talking about. This looks like a romantic comedy with Donald Pleasant and. I could not figure out any of. My God. He's whispering savory nothings into his ear but again. Okay, I don't think this would be like a speaking ill of the dead or anything Don Donald pleasants is wrong. When you put that layer on it it's like, oh, Wilshire. Foresees licking fucking. Why I wanNA call him Martin Landau. I. Have to have a conversation with myself in order. Do not say Walter Matthau. It's messes me up every time. Is it like a word jumble or if you put their name if you look at the letters of their names but no, he's he is licking Martin Landau's ear. Yes. That's what it looks like and Martin Landau he looked surprised but curious. Anyway. I've never seen this movie i. think that's crazy. Put this on my list. Yeah. But if you look down on the cast list hey, look, there's Lynch Eggen. Yeah looking like she is like in her twenties or something she looks very young I think she was born in forty three. Wow what no way. Really I think that's what I was reading..
"martin landau" Discussed on The Moratorium
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"martin landau" Discussed on The Moratorium
"It's an awesome cover. But you get to see the alien head. I mean they they yeah, they're a little too koi with it. I think they could have done a little bit more with the alien. I think they could have changed the tagline it preys on human fear. It feeds on human flesh. Okay, if there's one thing that I have learned from this experience is that there is no way there's a guy named grade on Clark and a guy named Roy Don Clark and they are not somehow I am going to page the bottom of the relay. They have to be next episode will get will we will either get to the bottom of it or we will neglect to mention it whatsoever completely forget wage for a lot. We can only help but great on had to have just connections. He got his friends to come in here. So Neville brand, what did he bring to this? Don't know how long He was in the bar holding a glass of beer. There could have been one character that could have done all the things that they had free different actors wage would have been a normal movie. Like this is Neville brand is like, you know, there's no fucking aliens, you know, like the the negative guy off and then they form like a posse or something get out in the woods and Neville Brands like oh shit. This thing's fucking for real and then he gets killed they could have killed off everybody in the bar. Everybody in that bar should have died. Yes, when the power went out one of them or whoever, you know, Martin Landau Jack plants and the girl escaped but naturally because the alien comes in and fucking, you know sucks. Everybody's brains out or something that would have been much I dig that or just throw some tables around, you know, yeah dead. Mix it up. I am with you. I think that would have made a better movie. It really would have. Like the jail scene and the Beast Within the Beast Within I mean that's fucking intense. You know, that's just one room with some guys in it off and it's also weird that Rick Baker is on this like I mean, I guess maybe he was still in training, you know, but it seems like special effects in the wage awful too. But then it's possible. They just didn't have a lot of money they didn't they spent it all on plants and and land L and just another reason to get rid of these guys and do use more of that money for special effects. They could have.
"martin landau" Discussed on The Moratorium
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"martin landau" Discussed on The Moratorium
"I love horror movies and like people with flashlights shine them directly into the faces of the people there talking to my God. He's blinding them. Yeah, he holds it on the girl for a good ten years. Against I know and it cuts away and she's just blinking for like can't see a goddamn thing. He goes back to talk to them. Like the bodies are they're just like you said Exposition. I think he's having a stroke. It's just weird. But Sarge and him are the only ones that give you any type of information and they don't even do that very, well. He did go down quick. It's like, okay kind of stings a little bit but no, he's full-on paralysis. He's I go Ron take my flashlight and go on without don't go take the truck. Just run. Yeah run in the town. These are preferably stupid. It's happening. If it wasn't for City Slickers, like would he even super popular back? Oh, yeah. I mean I think from just being the bad guy and everything. Let's see. I didn't even look him up because it was just you know, yeah, we knew everything 127 credits on Jack plants. I would have thought more than I would have thought that too. He was in a convoy. Oh the TV series. Sorry. There was a TV series. Yeah. Yeah, we've talked about that before they just made series out of everything. So anyway, this goes on for quite a while. He cuts it first. Yes. Oh my God, there's big old blood bubble. If you listen to it, it actually goes The blood actually pops like Bubba. I laughed so hard it is kind of gross. I mean, it's not a good effect, but looks like they just took just everything but the bun from a Carl's jr. Group together. Let's see that alien. I know he's just around the corner. He's gotta be nearby how far away is. What do you throws these things though wage? It show him pulling them out of a pouch for anything. He's just frisbee tossing him. Yeah. Is he using an underhand or overhand throw? Yeah, but it would have been nice to see if you know hit a package of these things. Are they are they part of him? I want to know more right? That's what yeah, like a marsupial type situation. Yeah. You also can kill those things by just hitting them a couple of times a rifle book. He stomped on it after he pulled it off his leg. I guess it wasn't quite dead the audience knows when they see the car show up and it's dead. Police car it's a sheriff's car. We all know that it's Martin Landau driving the car sure, but they've wait to show it they keep on Thursday Greg and Sandy talkin right and just don't show who's drive and they they just draw it out as long as possible..
"martin landau" Discussed on The Moratorium
"So it's why did he stopped the car? He's got a gun on him now, which you thought he was just kind of a local crazy guy, but harmless although he did Kill the let's not forget that Martin Landau in this movie. She shoots a I mean, it could not have been more clear if you show that to a five year old dead. They would have said that it was a like police officer and then stole his car. Yeah. No, he stops the car and gets them out and hold them a gun Point. Yeah, like he's going to fucking execute him in the woods or something Martin Landau goes total nuts. So thinking that they are the alien this in Disguise. He's got a lot of problems. Yes, Greg plays it off cuz he's like, okay, maybe this is our chance. Let me say yes. Okay. Okay. We are the champions and Martin and Del's. I knew it that one line. It confused me so much because then he starts explaining things, you know, like making up all of this stuff and land not buying and he gets down on the ground and starts drawing it out in the dirt. Yes, you and I both I'm sure knew that he was just going to grab a handful of dirt and throw it in his face off. Course classic movie he doesn't do that he bum rushes him. Yeah and just knocks him down and this guy I hate to keep on saying about like he is more loathsome to me than I think the kid in the Beast Within I mean, I really am having a hard reaction to see I was getting ready to bring up the Beast Within it's very this movie is pretty Beast Within ish they run away from Landau and they make their way to a house and that happened to me. I was like dude, that's the Kerwin house right? There is a cicada locked up in a vegetative. Yeah exactly. But no lack of chases them down with the car and they're on a bridge so they have no place to go. This is probably the only time that this is ever worked is firing off. Then I mean if you thought that for a second that like he was just you know, he's trying to kill. Oh, yes barely aliens. Yeah, but they jump off a bridge which is way taller than it looked but they dropped off the bridge. Yeah, and I told my wife when that happened, I'm like, all right straight into that shallow stream. This is gonna ask you just hear right? Yeah, their legs are like have punched through their lungs and this point but Landau starts shooting at them while they're in the water. There is a straight-up re Ricochet shot in the water. So Greg and Sandy they run away and they find her one house right not like they tried the windows or anything. They don't even go. I guess it's the basement that's ground-level. They actually go upstairs and bring Into this house and which they're like, he's like, oh this must be somebody's summer Cottage what there's no windows..
"martin landau" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Where he is half the time charge. Yes certain window won an Oscar not for the not for this should be clear here. Not for the his face off. It's like there wasn't enough Martin Landau, so they got jack points to stagger in a while. Jack plants looks like he's wearing a hairpiece. That's that's for sure a wig not very well applied either in his acting in this wage. I don't know. Maybe this is his acting in every movie. No, but the heavy breathing between word. That's his he is struggling four boxes. Well, it's also drunk which I think has a lot to do with it. Well, I'm just here for my thirty six fifty. Yeah, right exactly my half of the 75 month with land l or Matthau, whatever. I.
"martin landau" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"And there's like there's like twenty of them. There's like a Times Square New York opening key. There's Mickey's ninetieth birthday key. There's this the Adventures of Pinocchio what that movie's called by the way. Why why though? Why keys though because their table because because they're collectible. Okay God this will be just looks awful. Nine hundred. Ninety six was a bad year. Oh my God oh Martin Landau played Japan although so what are you looking at? I've just posting things in the telegram. Okay Yeah just the look at that. God what a horror show. Oh it's clearly a felt puppet but with no felt on it or it's the same. It's the same kind of puppets as the lazy town show. I don't I really don't think I WANNA look like you've sent me this link and I don't WanNa get yeah don't S. It's kind of awful. I swear I've seen this movie but these images don't look familiar. This sounds like what we're going to do at the next IRC movie. Get together as we're going to watch this horror show. I'm pretty sure at some point like Pinocchio Smoking Cigars in the animated one but it's even more terrifying because it's a puppet smoking cigars. No thank you look does thinking. I'm just saying the next doing years. Apparently I I have never heard of this and I'm on. I'm on this website far too much. I mean maybe because you had to do it in person. That was why. I don't know I'm ready to talk about fairytales. Yeah me too. Let's talk about fables..
"martin landau" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Martin Landau and before I do so I will say this real quick it is about power and the battleground is actually in the court that's where everybody goes to get there you know he followed me told yellow flag please it's in the courts the solstice president nominates the Supreme Court you say rude but again this is like my grandma you say you've got one foot in the grave in the middle of an out of state and so you're right there where the battlegrounds go yeah I agree with you keys it it is all about the court system you're right starting with the Supreme Court yes Sir and so but what I'm calling about is just real quick this site you know because I'm really I really got upset when that is they start saying clubs interfering with the military actually the military used to always be hands off the social sciences you know they did their damage to society but they really left the military along to be the military so they can get what they know how to do get done but but Obama actually the first person to actually messed with the military and he really went there because he's the first one in my lifetime that changed the UCMJ that's huge we altered the UCMJ he's the one who started chipping away at the military morale not Donald Trump that's the military code of justice right Keith yes the your code of military just UCMJ of cold in the military and that's the one of Bill Clinton I thought it was a pretty good compromise when he came out with don't ask don't tell with the stroke of a pen Obama are you ready to do that and and what really was G. this is what really did it once when I talk to my friends in the military it's more really did it when he struck that yeah I was watching it and I will look at what she's trying to figure drawn an executive order to naval officers wearing a dress blues standing behind him walked in spirit that did it right there ma'am I mean so you can't say he's chipping away at the military morale that's already been done I'm sorry that camel's nose is already on the chair and so on this on this case of the seal Eddie Gallagher Keith are you supporting the actions of trouble on this case yeah because if you think about remember Gallagher was already acquitted of murder so now they're there to sit on the program mostly because he posed with the court but remember it is a miracle that showing him in the mail it's not a choir boy are a boy scout you've got to do some things that most Americans really should not and don't want to know but having said that if the record of murdered then why do you need to bury the dock and that's what it okay yeah let him out of prison president Botha takeaways she'll be in the movie that's trying to run their nose in the pile is what they're trying to do and since you've made the military political that's three where you got a president who's actually done this if you want to call this monumental because monumental is political interference with the military yeah got you key thanks you have a good one yeah I agree they went through the trial he was only found guilty of poseen and it wasn't as if he was the only individual posing with that courts at the time that they want to strip him of all of what he did which was a very very respectful honorable service to this country yeah nineteen years he volunteered to go into hell holes where the vast majority of Americans would never dream of going and go after the bad guys for nineteen years yeah two bronze stars a number of great honors for valor in it did appear that some people in the navy we're just mad that he had been acquitted and they were still looking for ways to get the guy I agree with you so I think trump did the right thing here and former navy secretary is trying to argue I do too I to me it just sounds like he kinda got his does his toes stepped on it he wanted he wanted for whatever reason to strip this soldier of his honor and the in because it that didn't sit well with trump and he said something his father's got all Russell making a somebody who's feathers are rough full how about a see stop calling it free stuff is what she said to her constituents I'm sick of people saying it's free college it's free medicine it's this is public housing she was angry well yeah he's got a new she's got a new way for us to to look at it it's not free it's public good yes it's public goods just like the road you get to drive on just like the library you go to that's all this is yeah this is some of the audio she was at a was this a town hall meeting yeah York yes yes of the Bronx it may be a little tough to discern but.
"martin landau" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Film from nineteen seventy five which is called dolomite is one of these movies that's so bad that it's great if you look terrible editing terrible acting terrible storyline terrible everything's a very much like planet nine from outer space the ed wood movie about which Johnny Depp and Martin Landau made films other probably over ten years ago now very much in that lines but Eddie Murphy is was a huge fan of Rudy ray Moore then decided he wanted to pay tribute to him by making this movie that is the story of Rudy ray Moore how he gets started and the story of the making of this movie dolomite I cannot tell you how hard I was laughing during this movie it is hello Larry Asli funny this movie is just a made for Eddie Murphy in do you know his his talents to bring in that sort of jive seventies Prasanta to the whole thing it's it's a very interesting story about a very interesting time and the making of the the process of making of this movie is hilariously funny sun it's in select theaters right now none October twenty fifth it's going to be on Netflix so everyone will be able to see it and we were able to sit down and talk with the stars of the movie Eddie Murphy Wesley snipes Keegan Michael key Mike Epps among others let me take a quick break and when we come back we'll share those one on one interviews for you here on WGN Blackhawks.
"martin landau" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"If let's say bar or headed at the original location and trump heard about it he's not going to get angry at bar for holding it somewhere other than the trump hotel absolutely all right have a good one but the the lead story in The Washington Post CNN is leading with it today well I mean I just this kind of speaks to the desperation okay we we need something we haven't had a story this week that smears or what we think will smear the Attorney General and the president so let's put this out there California now has a new program where they're having licensed mental health professionals visit the public schools and spend time with the teachers giving the teachers guidance on how to deal with the children improve their behavior yeah said there visiting the campuses once a week and when they visit they they go in and they monitor each classroom you know kind of what's going on how the teachers are interacting with the kids and then once a week for thirty minutes they sit down with each of the teachers and kind of go over some of the things that the therapist may have witnessed in there or some of the things that the teacher wants to bring up on how can I better handle the situation with the the the thinking that going directly to the teacher will help them figure it out instead of you going to the children yeah and these kids are as young as three years old very young in these public schools to these teachers are dealing with issues like kids biting other kids will let you hear from the consultants that therapists in a couple of the teachers and much more coming up just ahead it's ten twenty five with mark and Melinda Martin Landau on newsradio kale B. J. bill.
"martin landau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Known. Until I met you. When you came in them all hot. Admit expressions, that really fit and fought rack my brain hoping to explain. Thanks. Right. Good. Well, the Andrew sisters came out of your radio in the twenty first century house abouts that by mere vista. Shane let me unpack all of these things I was kind of on a roll for a while. We had spoken in a bit. Hi, paul. Cavalcanti WNYC. The song book has been paging through by MIR bis Shane, thanks to Sammy Cahn for taking a kind of a folk melody, and, and giving it some contemporary lyrics longtime ago. Joe Stafford play a simple. Melody was being in carry Crosby vehicle as well. Shaping drape now. The plot thickens, here's a tune. That was commissioned. Joe Jackson made it for a movie called Tucker the man and his dream, which was a film by Francis Ford Coppola in the eighties. It was supposed to be a project in the seventies that was intended to be a musical by Coppola. And he. He had Bernstein come than and green in mind to create the music. But it never flew. He also had Marlon Brando in mind to play the lead role. This is all shortly after making godfather one. In fact, that fell between this ambition godfather, one, the conversation and godfather, to so wouldn't it have been an interesting twist on, on literally cinema history? If Tucker the man and his dream had landed there with Brando Bernstein at all. Instead of Joe Jackson, Jeff bridges Martin Landau, Christian Slater, and the nineteen eighties film, that was neither here, nor there Betty onto another one that derives from a kind of klezmer musical field, here is and the angels sing hit around the time of the Andrew sisters tuned for Benny Goodman. This is at a Jones..
"martin landau" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
"But believable was rational believable when when she was having fun, and she was being playful. She was genuinely having fun and being playful when Helena is being playful she's acting like she's on some sort of drugs. Or she's acting like she's pretending to be like she's on some sort of drugs. I'm not sure what what the heck it was and Kohnic is a piece of granite trying to stretch a smile and Martin Landau is an amazing actor, but he key had I guess he had his he had a greased allied growing to go. I think. Although I really good in mission impossible. I I really didn't follow him that closely in mission possible the series. So I but didn't he wasn't. He liked that. He was the makeup guy. Wasn't. He always in costume. He wasn't always in costume. But a lot of times he was he was the guy that got replaced with the costume. But no, they were there were it's not as bad as you your memory puts on there and go. Oh, yeah. Leonard nimoy Martin Landau. They were never they were never in the show because they were always in constant it really wasn't like that. But it, but he could do it. I think I don't know what his acting technique was. I think he developed the character and his mind, and he had this guy who has shut down and he's enormously focused and driven. But he's a deeply emotional belief in, you know, go with your gut, and it didn't matter. What story they gave him? He locked on. That. And so when they're giving him these lawn when they're giving him wines, these trying to be flirty or when he's trying to be whatever he's still in -veloping that core. John Koenig that he's decided is John Koenig. And I don't think that worked. I think they got John county. He got John Coney Yana wrong. Yeah. And does matter how they wrote him. He still had the core of wrong..
"martin landau" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Jonah? What say? That show. Kathy. I'm about to tell you something that I never told any girl on a I. But I think it's important that you know, I like to wear women's clothes like to wear women's clothes panties. Brassieres sweaters pumps. It's just something. I do. And I can't believe I'm telling you this. But I really like you, and I don't wanna get in the way down the road to this mean, you don't like podcasting with girl. No, I love podcasting with girls. Not today. That's my fear dialogue exchange moving. No. It's good. I just Lugosi. You know, you could have done Lagosians. Motherfucking right. Exactly. No one gives folks about cast. Bold uh strings pulled up podcast. I don't know. Yeah. Platt. Casts casts be aware be. I always like, here's the thing. I hate go. This is one of my favorite movies. I'm out with their love this top five meals. I'm with you. This is a wonderful, and I feel like unfairly. Now a lot of the psalms legacy is Samuel Jackson is constantly shit. Talking. The fact that Martin Landau beat him. I think it's gone past. What was plain like he was up for pope fiction and he used to complain like Ed Wood, no one even saw that thing come on like he was one of the most conic performances of all time who even talks about Martin Landau. And had would it was like I talked about literally. It's the performance like the you could imagine beating almost any hard thing about it is Samuel Jackson's. Never gonna get another swing. No at an award. Probably probably you know, showing had ahead of him plates at the app. I know right. Exactly. I was only ninety five years old. Look, you're too crazy facts one Martin Landau lived another twenty years. I was just gonna say, right? He was not. He did lie pretty old. He lived to like ninety nine. Oh, really? He he made it along to eighty nine. Really? Yeah. He looked about ninety. He was an old, man. He was thirty five he was sort of Martin Landau much like Bella, go sees a cartoon eastern, European that you kind of can't believe a real person Marlena was kind of a cartoon old guy. Yes. Like, I only think of him isn't. Okay. You see pictures of? And you know, he's mission impossible right space nineteen ninety nine based on your like. Oh, right. He knows. That's my default. Landau? In nineteen ninety nine. Okay. Fair enough. I was thinking I would think more mission impossible is yours crimes and misdemeanors. No, it's and would fault. Probably see he disappears into this role getting land. That's why you like it. It doesn't look like Martin Landau. And the which is one of the least showy and most effective makeup jobs in film history cruise it's incredible. How will they transform without it looking like a Sasha baron Cohen character where it's like his face doesn't move. He looks like he's Banda rubber. It's and they have dramatically different faces yet Martin Landau has such a very distinctive face. And Bella goes, he has a very distinctive space. And I there's a thing on such a good job that he can watch a movie with the real real. Yeah. Well, also, he was supposed to be a a withered show. But it looks like that's the way they're shell of that real guy on the DVD on the special features. They have like a whole thing with Rick Baker. And he was like I love Lugosi. I was like really honored that Tim reached out to me and offered me to sing. And I said like this is impossible like these are fundamentally different faces. Rhino has this very long face. So long sort of freaking stymie shape Marla like upper lip got long because he was in that low gravity environment. Ourselves face nineteen hundred spaceman. Hijack this and just party like it's space. Seen that much space nineteen ninety nine. I'm not a lot was made. I'm pretty sure I saw all of it. But not what was the concept is off battle. Who's well before battles overly? Yeah. Jerry anderson. It was crazy. It was fully live actions area Thunderbirds. Jerry, Barbara Bain was a marrying weirdly. Take the press photos Bubby marionette in the ship sit like a space station show. Here's the premise. Okay. Space station moon base alpha on the moon base..
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"Yes you are having flavored et i'll bet you you have what you hate oh totally i what is so throughout the year this pops into my head all the time era about permanent stick for rolled certain and omagree move that one on holidays and even though deed empty you like that don't forget to hang up your sock earlier yourself yeping of you that setback is something of that glee at twelve o'clock began analogy we need a idle abuses that your favorite or your lease that i like it allow you idea could hit with martin martin landau as one of them swinging wanted an playing learning brass packs