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"mia farrow" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"We're in really good shape here on the D. J. V program. And might I say that I'm talking about our minds as well as our bodies, so the mind moving into the fast forward gear here and trending There are some things that I find. I actually was taken back. I saw this for the first time on our trending list. Jay, this Idris Elba thing with the BBC, saying through their diversity chief that he's not black enough. Why not? Yes. So the listening there is a BBC show. The Syrians ran from 2010 to 2019 and the BBC's diversity. Chief Miranda Weyland, who is the black woman said that it's just Luther. The character was an authentic enough because he didn't have any black friends. He doesn't eat any Caribbean food. Oh, my God. And and this is coming from the diversity chief. And I mean that is the character meaning like the writing she felt was not The way the character was written. He wasn't black enough. That's what she was saying. Get her direct quote doesn't have any black friends and he doesn't eat any Caribbean food. This doesn't feel authentic. I believe he was You just go shut up and go away. My God. There's so one of the people on Twitter and some of the other social media saying about this, The reaction to it at the Bembridge says So. Luther wasn't diverse because he wasn't a stereotype question, Mark Calvin Robinson said. Yes, it was implied. I'm not black enough because I don't have any black friends in my photos. And now today, BBC's diversity chief says, I just Elvis Luther isn't black enough because he doesn't have any black friends. He's lazy. Stereotypes are racist. They are I agree with that statement. 100% completely racist. Just be allowed to perish. Hey! All right, So there are other comments. You can see him. You can read him. At D. J. V show. What's the story of his body that was found in the Mississippi River? Yeah, This is just heartbreaking. So Corey Gauthier, Louisiana State University freshman. She was reported missing a week ago. Officials found her body in the Mississippi River. She was last seen alive heading toward to her dorm room on campus, and her car was found abandoned. Still running her phone, her purse everything inside it on the I 10 Mississippi Bridge in Baton Rouge. The car had been in an accident and there is no foul play Suspected Really well and in that same sort of in that drift. Remember the disappearance of Kristen Smart, It goes back to what 1996 or something like that. It's got to be trending. A lot of people are interested in her fate, which seems to have now resurfaced because they figured out she was killed. That right her. How did they figure out without a body? How they figure it out? I think now they found the body. This was a cold case, and it turns out this this 19 year old at the time, tried to accost her. Raper. They say attempted rape. They didn't find the body Didn't there today. I I think that they might have waiting for confirmation. But I think that there was something that was like some evidence of remains. Obviously, you're not going to find a body. Now after. Yeah, right. Yeah. So they this kid 19 not kid. But a predator 19 year old obviously tries to rape her and murders her and then his father helped him hide the evidence and both of them have been arrested. The father of the person who was responsible father. The guy? Yeah, but the interesting thing about this is that you know, we've been talking about like a lot of true crime podcast have led to so many arrests and breakthroughs in cases. This is yet another example. The your own backyard. True crime podcast that the county sheriff said without the podcast. They may not have ever been arrested. These people really interesting how influential some of this stuff is now people would pay. I don't. I've never listen to a podcast other than my own in my life. Awesome. Well, have a J. Do you listen to podcasts? Occasionally. Yeah, well, what? What's the focus of the broadcast, But he was not only listen. Togut Pod. What's the name of your podcast? Yeah, Okay. Jen clearly doesn't listen to me alone Beauty pop. Beautiful. That was closed. Got we ever get your beauty pop. It really gets your possible 20 toilet paper's eight past the hour. Hi. I'm Warren Eckstein with today's Pettitte. Hey, chew on this, You know puppies go through a teething stage, just a human babies deal and like a human baby, a puppy's first set of tiny sharp teeth or temporary at approximately four months of age, his permanent teeth start cutting through his gums, causing swelling inflammation. And, of course, pain. The puppy will chew on virtually anything. Get ahold of in order to relieve his pain. Including you. 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"mia farrow" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Yep. Candy cane about 550 walking sticks. 550. Would that be a Roman numeral? 500? Yes. Easy. Ellis 50. Yeah, right. And Am and PM go the camel camel. Just a camel? Yes. Can't be throwing on. Yes. Okay, Well, we can't We've got came came out. Alright. Just don't know 150. We're gonna yell and side in the second four candles, candles? Yes, they had King. So give them five points for that. It is 550 in Roman numerals is GDF l And if you appointment and about DL, you put the word canes. You have candles. Very good. Well, if you'd just given me the DL, I would've been right. Yeah, let him Paula. What is X? Found mixed up in sloppy concrete. Okay, That's Mia Farrow. In sloppy happy ornament or cement and Mia. Yeah, I think it is cement and Mia makes step in. So why wouldn't it be? Ornaments? Cement? Ornamental meant me almost time. But you've got the elements. Take the work on me, Accrete. Oh, me a cement. Oh, shoot. Oh, they're just it's all about the other side of it yet, Uh, Christmas Nematode. No zest, Misty motel. I love anybody. Just tell me Does anyone in the audience haven't The number of people ma'am, ornamental them five points because they got all the elements and go to the audience for men's meat is exactly what virtually Wow miss me. That is the word MIA For Mia Farrow mixed up inconsolably Concrete Is the word cement all mixed up and you get minced meat. It's good. And Barry, try this one mixed up. Piano repairman. Piano repairman. Yes. Mixed up. Piano repairman hides flaw in glass. Something about Tooner. All right, that's correct. Tuner hides in glass mixed up. Piano repairman hides flaw in glass. A name for a flaw and glass crack crack. Yes. So crack tuner. Crack tuna, right mixed up. No, no, There's no mixed up. Piano repairman. Norton crack crackle not have ever come to a religious experience to think they're a party because the categories over that's what your Nutcracker is right. The word crack of Florida glass right in the middle of Mixed up tuner and you get Nutcracker. Very good. Haven't says you says you says you says you There are no small roles. What are you laughing at? Over the large funds? Yeah, right. Yeah. Oh, I'll ask the audience. Do we leave that in, boy? This'd is an easy room. The work mortal will give you the cast of a movie. One name at a time. Can you give us the movie? The faster you do it? The more points you get Ernie Round the already round it is Caroline Jeff Gold Bloom Fly the fly to Jeff Gold Room. Add Barbara Hershey. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. No Zach Hirsch, No Jeff Goldblum and Barbara Hershey. Add Fred Ward. Wow, I don't want my favorite movies. I think it's a blank slate Wo, Jeff Goldblum, Barbara Hershey and Fred Ward and Ed Harris. Who? The audience. The audience just got it. It's just the best No no into Jeff Goldblum, Barbara Hershey, Fred Ward and Ed Harris at Sam Sheppard. No, I should have studied. Oh, would have done the homework drew a blank on this one of my favorite movies of all time. I can't wait to see it. But I have no idea what any help from the other side Academy Award winner. Any help from the audience, Right stuff stuff, Jeff. Oh, Jeff, that little surprised. No. One movie. Try this one. Tony..
Woody Allen slams 'Allen v. Farrow' docuseries revisiting sexual abuse claim
"Woody Allen responds to a damning new docuseries the early nineties. Allegations that Woody Allen molested is then seven year old daughter, Dylan Farrow are the main focus of the HBO docuseries Alan V. Pharaoh, which includes extensive interviews with Dylan, her mother, Mia Farrow, and a bunch of others that lead viewers to believe Dylan was abused by Alan. The filmmakers say they reach down Talyn to tell his side, but he never responded. Now he's out with a statement, saying the documentarians had no interest in the truth, calling the allegations categorically false and the Syriza's a
"mia farrow" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And always you do not have HBO do I do? Yeah, It's beyond maximum. Okay. Did you last night? Did you happen to watch they had the first episode they're doing this four part. Documentary on on Woody Allen, right, Mia Farrow. Did you happen to watch that? Not yet. It's on it's on the list. It's a priority. It'll be watched sometime this week. It is it is, It is really brutal, and it's one of these painful things to watch now. For people haven't been following this and again I always they call it a documentary. Now. Of course, you have to understand that documentaries aren't aren't necessarily objective. I mean, look at making a murderer and this documentary that the people who did it were clearly they believe that Woody Allen is a child molesting pervert. And, you know, they got interviews with Mia Farrow and with Dylan Farrow, who is the adopted daughter of Woody Allen, who claims that he molested her on and so it's a very one sided thing, But it doesn't mean it's not really compelling. And it's for people who haven't watched this. It was Woody Allen is, of course, the famous director and he started at one point in time did dating Mia Farrow, who Had been married the Rosemary's baby and she'd been married to Frank Sinatra and she was married 200 Previn, and she had a lot of Children, um, including a number of adopted Children, and it was it was. The whole thing is weird because they never got married. But they were together for years and years, and then they didn't live together. He they lived on opposite sides of Central Park in New York. And so he He made it very clear. He didn't want nothing to do with the kids. And so he lives in his apartment building on one side of Central Park. She lives with all these kids on the other side, but they have this relationship and and ultimately what happens is They end up adopting a couple kids together, and then they have one of their own and it's you just watch this and again. I don't know where the truth of any of this is, but it's just It's just it's sort of mesmerizing television because you've got the girl Dylan Farrow, who's out there, and this. This is like buttressed by sound bites from like depositions and things like that in home movies, and, you know she's very, very clear that you know Woody Allen was Molesting her going back to when they were young child. Of course you do this. It's the whole thing really comes to really kind of breaks out in the open when me affair it goes over to, you know his apartment one day and finds that he's taken all these nude photographs of her other one of rather adopted daughters. Who with the time was like 18 or 19 years old. And, of course, Woody Allen goes on to marry her. It's just the whole thing is just kind of bizarre, and I guess I might. My wife was watching with me in about 10 minutes into it. She's like this is just too weird for me, and it's I don't have a larger point other than it's just I was kind of transfixed by this going, man. This is just this is this is lifestyle that you just don't think. Thankfully, thankfully, I do not understand it. But I do I recommend this because again, it's it's a warts and all sort of portrayal and get Woody Allen thinks that says this is hatchet job, and it's not true, and he denies ever molesting. The Dylan Farrow. But it's still you just kind of watch this and you go well. All right. Woody Allen, of course, probably came to fame in the sixties and the seventies with a number of his movies, something else that was big in the sixties and seventies. Was the Muppet Show. Now you had that the Muppets that that started again. The Muppets. Originally they would make appearances and variety shows. And then they got their own movie of Jim Henson created the puppets, the Muppets and You can remember it like Kermit the Frog, and they weren't Sesame Street and all that type of stuff and they had their own movies and things like that. Well, The Muppet show from the seventies is making a return and Disney. Plus there's The Muppet Show ran for five season between 76 81. This is there actual, you know, 30 Minute TV show, Um, the Disney.
Explosive Woody Allen Documentary Series Coming To HBO
"Jason the controversies of Woody Allen's Life Getting the miniseries Treatment from HBO. Careful saying is being done to kid Kallen v. Pharaoh will do a deep dive into the marriage of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow and the allegations of sexual abuse by their daughter. Dylan says he molested her when she was seven. Couldn't believe it little feature interviews with Mia Dillon and more, but it appears Alan is not involved, and he's denied the allegations. For decades. Allenby Pharaoh was shot in secret, and it debuts two weeks
Woody Allen has new publisher, memoir published Monday
"What do you L. as memoir is now out when word first came that Woody Allen was releasing a memoir his original publisher backed down after employees there were outraged but that didn't stop arcade publishing the book titled apropos of nothing was quietly released Monday arcade says it's a candid and comprehensive personal account by Woody Allen of his life and it does get into allegations that he sexually abused Dylan Farrow the daughter you doctored with mia Farrow The Hollywood Reporter describes that part of the book is defensive it also details his relationship with wife SUNY Preben to whom the book is dedicated J. citizens and ABC news
Woody Allen, Amazon And Corwin Hake discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Amazon's second Woody Allen film is also it's last komo's Corwin Hake reports. The tech giant is telling the controversial director exactly why it will release no further. Woody Allen film for years Allen has denied allegations. He sexually abused. The children of ex wife Mia Farrow, the most recent claims coming from Pharaoh's daughter Dylan despite the controversy Amazon's filmmaking division signed Allen to a four picture deal. And in December released the period drama wonder wheel Coney Island,
"mia farrow" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"But everyone always says whenever Francis is under the gun. His movies are great. That's the story with the conversation. That's the story with part one with partout, apocalypse chocolates. Now, all of his best films are nightmares and his worst films are like Jack where he's like really rich in fat. And he's in the ninety s and he's doing great Mia Farrow dish for the party k the studio exects for Donqola own after after Burt Lancaster Olivier past. Yeah. Ernest borgnine? Scott. And then it came down to nine in Brenda and Puzo wanna a brand new due to his famous screen tests for people know, all that George C, Scott is an interesting what if George C Scott is obviously not Italian, but he has that weight that tortured dark can get loud at a moment's notice. Kind of affectation that would have I would have wanted to see that movie. I don't think better and his career definitely passed on Michael Warren, Beatty, end, Jack Nicholson, Beatty said in an interview that he passed on it when Danny Thomas was the leading contender to play down veto quarterly own interests. And then he was the reason that Robert town are Coppola or one of them ended up getting it Robert Evans wanted Ryan O'Neal from Webster you, and and Redford Redford's fits the description. Look this Dustin Hoffman Martin sheen. Also addition James Caan tested for Michael end, Tom. And then there's this great would if that if we ever. Did a podcast called almost famous or something like that. This would definitely be one of the first three episodes Carmine. Caridi was supposed to be sunny. Yeah. And was six five and at the last second Pacino got Michael and they're like, and they move James Caan to Sonny because poor Carmine Caridi was a foot taller than Pacino. So I consider him. You guys know who Ralph Kocsis? No, he was the last cut of the nineteen eighty US Olympic hockey team. Didn't get to go. Then they won without him. He's the Ralph Cox of this Carmine Caridi. Now, he's with breath Cox. He's watching fucking Johnny Martino. I thought I knew a lot of stuff about the godfather did not know these two things I didn't know deniro was supposed to be Polly. Yeah. Yeah. Pull paulie. We'll see has such an incredible chain afterwards. He be Michael. Right. Holy shit. He can't be Vito. I mean veto. Yeah. So he quit through the gang that couldn't shoot straight which because an opening. No left. So unbelievable that we go back to luck thing. And then a young sized alone. Addition for the roles of Polly in Carlow bows that cast for either. There's this alternate universe would have been a good. Paulie, log. I like him. I like it was Carl are low. Yeah. Carlos. I would have been a great show. I agree. He would have been good karma little out on Carlo slice the loan. Then been like, I got father. Probably. I wanted to do new category. Just for this called the ten godfather lessons for life. This is like a Bill Simmons com come to life. Let's do it number one is always remember that. It's not personal. It's only business number two Nike broke that lesson. When you started screaming at us about Frank Sinatra. I was very businesslike view. If you really took them screaming, you it was it was business. This is Sonny Michael frito triumvirate here in this room right now. No and Hagen on on the ones in twos. You're all Michael. We're all Michael. Okay. Number two is never let anyone outside your family know what you're thinking. These are two really good lessons for life. Right. It's not personal. It's only business. Never let anyone outside the family know what you're thinking. I'd like to think we practices..
"mia farrow" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I tended the LIZA Minelli David guest wedding, Diana Ross, Donald Trump Mia Farrow, Rosie O'Donnell, Martha Stewart joy Behar Anthony Hopkins. Kirk Douglas, Dionne Warwick, David Hasselhoff, Joan Collins, just to name a few. In Manchester beyond and even though it was the fourth trip down the aisle. Liza Minnelli told people that David guests was the one he was everything I ever dreamed of in the man, his humor his authority his manliness. Anthony Hopkins you say him. And so they exchanged vows at this marble, collegiate church, but it was the church that had ever talking after saying, I do lies the said, David you don't ever have to live life without me. And he said, can I kiss you? Then and joy Behar described it on the view the next day is he sucked her lips right out of her face. The Smoot was enough to even make Donald Trump blush. He told Liz Smith at the New York Post, I'd been the met many weddings, and I've never seen a kiss like that before after the wedding, the eight hundred and fifty people moved down over to the regent, Wall Street hotel. Can you imagine how much? There was a sixty piece orchestra all my gosh, fifty four entertainment acts in clearly forty four including Gloria Gaynor's singing. I will survive..
"mia farrow" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"To Sean Hannity? Check him out on Twitter. You can find at Sean Hannity. I twenty five till the top of the hour. We're going to get to your calls in just a minute where he carried over a carry servino who is the chief counsel policy director judicial crisis network. Mega Michaela winter high school with Brett cavenaugh they remained. Good friends. Did you remain friends with him throughout high school college law school into adulthood, when he worked for the Bush administration through his time now being a judge? I think what eleven years now, I did I we were friends through high school and through college. And then he moved away clerk was in California. But we always remained friends. Tell us about how this is impacting his family. I remember a sadly his daughters during the confirmation before the Senate Judiciary committee or the hearings that they had that his daughters had to be escorted out of the room with all the antics that were going. On there. And of course, Democrats turning it into a circus but more than that the people in the gallery would just atrocious. And they took those poor little girls out of the room. I felt bad for them. How are they holding up? Know, I think it's been really really hard for the family. You know, the kids are young. But you know, I'm sure they care stories, and and bright nationally had talked to them about it. And that that's a hard thing to do for your fifth grader and your seventh grader, and it's also been difficult for their friends. You know, a lot of their guy friends has been ripped apart their characters and ripped apart. It's really difficult. And I I just don't think the Senate Judiciary committee took that into consideration in any way and for Dr four to her party family apart. So you also you also knew people that dated him. I did in high school and in college. I did. And and she always was a really honorable guy. Always I mean, never ever did I ever anything like this? What did you make of his statement today define I will not be intimidated. I was really pleased to see that. Because it can. I'm sure it does get very frustrating when starts affecting your family and your deliver and you get death threats and all that sort of thing. Thing by I believe in hand team health, and they are not true. And he is being steered neared. An I I so happy. From this process because it's too important. Where does this go from here carry a main? And now you've got I guess that guy ever NADA. You represent stormy Daniels. Saying I've got people to oh my goodness. I mean, well, look he's another twenty twenty candidate trying to get some of the a piece of the action here. But his allegations are credible. He'll bring some evidence to the judiciary committee, but he has certainly not done. So yet, despite the fact that they've reached out they've even reached out to him we making, you know, crazy allegations by via tweet, so they're really trying to do their diligent. But I think we're gonna have a hearing on Thursday. I'm looking for hopefully. Yeah. Hopefully, she shows I my understanding is she hasn't been finally a fully agreed because she's making unreasonable demands of the committee, but I hope we'll get a chance to hear this. I know judge Kavanagh's looking forward to clearing his name because you know, tha go back to your last exchange. I think this is what they're trying to do is a pattern of intimidation, and bullying, they want people to say, you know, what I would love to serve my country. But I don't want to be have a character assassination. Go on all of these peop-. None of them are believers in the presumption of innocence has actually shocking to me. I mean, Mia Farrow, the mom of Ronin, whatever his name is the guy that. Broke the story. Ronan Farrow, actually tweeted out, oh, Clarence Thomas says he should resign. I mean, this is how far they want to go back to what nineteen Ninety-one now. It's it's becoming a crazy environment guilt by accusation. And the fact that so few people even United States senators don't believe in a process, the people that are being judicious. Here are conservatives and even the Republicans they're saying, let's listen to what she has to say anyway. Yeah. And the by the way, the the same people that are so outraged here, they don't show any outrage over Keith Ellison. None whatsoever. Never said a word about it only when they got pressed now after the fact long after the fact, oh, yeah. Yeah. Maybe we should investigate him to that was their answer. I really appreciate you both being with us Meghan Michaela. Thank you, carry Severino. Thank you have all of this tonight, and a breakdown I promise you won't get anywhere else in the media. Let's get to our busy telephones here. In the meantime as. We check in with Richard is in Kansas, Richard. Hi, how are you? Glad you call fine. I was deplorable. I just was recently promoted to drink. I by the way with that means for those that don't know is that Joe Biden saying that Trump supporters of the dregs of society, and I'm one of the people millions of people one of the reasons that I and millions of other people voted for the president was based on what he said about supreme court nominees. And if this thing goes belly up occurs Grassley and the rest of them can't grow a spine. I quite frankly, don't see why I should bother voting period. I really believe that if Republicans again, if the facts as they are known today remain the same, and they don't confirm judge Cavanaugh again, all the people named in the case. The Senate Judiciary committee is contact at all the witnesses cited by. I professor Ford. They've all contradicted. Her story all of them. None of them agree with her account of events than all the other issues that I brought up with the New Yorker, this this other last minute issue. That's brought up and I I'm just guessing now based on avenue wanting to be in the news every five seconds. It'll be another one before Thursday just to keep the momentum and create the impression listen if Kavanagh's is not going to be intimidated by this and his family is standing by him and facts don't change from Republicans. Don't back him that at that point. I think that it is problematic for the midterms for the Republicans. I don't think they'll be able to get anybody to go out for the what's the point at that point. I think there's only one way to stop this or would require a rule change in the future. If somebody makes it what would be a tortoise or criminal accusation, it should immediately be removed from the committee and put in front of a judge in a court with all of the rules of evidence and cross examination. In place. That's the only thing that will stop this business about uncorroborated last minute allegations. I appreciate the call, Richard. Thank you. Erin is in Raleigh North Carolina on the Sean Hannity show. Aaron how are you? Glad you called. I'm great, thanks. How are you, Sean? I'm good. Thank you good. I'm calling and I have a comment about the information that Dr Ford brought forth in her letter. I found it interesting that she the discrepancy that she couldn't remember where she was the evening of the alleged incident. How she got there how she got home. But she was named the Montgomery County or the county of Montgomery County in her letter. And I just thought that was interesting got me thinking, I'm from that area. I grew up in that area. I graduated in nineteen eighty five and I lived in the same town is she did. And I know that the party that those that we had our kids had back then could happen in Maryland. But could also happen in Washington DC or northern Virginia those private schools draw kids from all around. The DC metropolitan area. So it's funny that she mentioned, you know, Montgomery County specifically, although not any clue wear Montgomery County, and I looked into a little bit. And saw the statue of limitations does not expire in Montgomery County, Maryland, however, if she wasn't DC or northern Virginia, they would have expired. So I'm wondering if she's trying to hold herself to be able to turn this. If something goes criminal with it. She has some sort of case to hold onto listen, I tend to agree with you. I don't know. I think it's very problematic that all four people. And again, we've been trying to be fair as we can be here. The Senate Judiciary committee talked to all the people that were at this party cited by professor Ford. They all contradicted her account. And I know that I don't even it's very very hard to understand how everybody else sees it a different. Way. And and the passion by which everybody from high school to- today thirty six years universally says this guy is not that guy. That's nearly four decades of one's life that person after person after person is discussing here. And then the people at the time saying that wasn't him. Then either all of this needs to be taken into account by the Senate Judiciary committee and by the Senate, and it's going to be very interesting. You know, for all these Democrats to rush to judgment for all these people to deny due process for all these people to say, I believe her for all these people then to say, wow, I just can't vote for him based on this. But there's no corroboration of any kind going back thirty six seven years, whatever it is. I think it then becomes problematic for the Democrats. And who they are. And the reason for skepticism more than any other is their history. Aborting the slander of Robert Bork. They treatment of Clarence Thomas, etc. Anyway, earn thank you Hannah. Next. Tennessee house, our friend, Marsha Blackburn, doing down there we really need that seat badly. And I hope everyone goes out and Tennessee to vote for Marcia. I hope so too. They're going to have a debate tumor evening. Local news on CBS. Okay. Now who's monitoring the debate. But they'll have one Bredesen's is a former governor, and he served very well. I think and he very credible. When he talks. But he's old. And there were rumors that Chuck Schumer talk to mentor vinings. So who knows I wouldn't vote for him. I'll I'll vote for Marsha Blackburn. But it's going to be here's what the people. Here's the one thing. I'd say to the people of Tennessee, and I love Tennessee. I got my radio career start on ninety miles south of Nashville in Athens. Alabama Huntsville, Alabama who is Marsha Blackburn going to be voting with on most occasions, and who is her democrat former governor are going to be voting with on most occasions. He's going to be with the Democrats, and he would be a democrat. So he would be voting for them. However, I think he was a decent governor or I had just moved to Tennessee for Michigan at that time. So I'm really not familiar, but I never heard a lot of grumbling. Grumbling about him. But I have two points to make today. First of all, I'm so happy to second accuser has come forward because she is so far out that it kinda sets the credibility from anything that has happened in it kind of shows it up for what it is. It's part of a smear campaign. And I think it's easier to understand that with seeing her lack of credibility..
"mia farrow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Carolinas as rivers reach record crass. We'll have an update from South Carolina coming right up in about five minutes. And now a stop by the as hticket dot com sports studio. Adam Kaufman, Tom Brady connected with Chris HOGAN for two TD's but patriots lost thirty one twenty. The Jaguars Red Sox top the Mets for three Chris sale. Three shutout innings in other news Sunni, Previn, the wife of Woody Allen and the estranged adopted. Daughter Mia Farrow is speaking out to defend her husband details from CBS's Amurri green in her interview with the New York magazine revenue addressed allegations that Allen molested Dylan Farrow, Previn said what's happened to Woody so upsetting me. It has taken advantage of the metoo movement and paraded Dylan as a victim going and Ronan Farrow issued statements supporting their mother and saying New York magazine article was inaccurate Dylan. Farrow also noted that the New York magazine pieces, author Daphne merkin calls herself, a longtime friend of Allen's. Israeli lawmakers are calling on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to dismiss his ambassador to Washington for failing to report sexual assault allegations against a top Netanyahu, a David keys. Julia Salazar candidate for New York state Senate accused as keys have sexually assaulting her five years ago. And at least a dozen other women have come forward with similar accounts keys has denied the allegations. Ambassador Ron Dermer confirmed. He was warned late twenty sixteen but did not consider the harassment allegations. Criminal are US border patrol agent is being called a serial killer. ABC's will car has the report on Saturday night, hysterical woman flagged down, a state trooper in Texas along the border and told the trooper that she had been involved with a guy and that he tried to abduct or he pulled a gun on her somehow she was able to get away. So she told the trooper everything she knew that led to one David Ortiz who's actually a US border patrol agent. And now with authorities say that he is allegedly a serial killer. They claim that he has allegedly killed at least four women in just the past two weeks US customs and border protection is offering its condolences to the victims families. Authorities say they believe Ortiz acted alone demonstrators marched outside AT and T stadium during the Cowboys. Giant's game last night rolling to caskets to protest police shooting. Desa Botham John and O'Shea Teri Shama shots September six by Dallas police officer who says she mistook him for a burglar after entering the wrong apartment. Terry was shot by a by police after trying to flee a traffic. Stop protesters. Call for the officers in bulk aces to be fired they say, they also want to draw attention to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones policy on player's protesting during the national anthem.
Moses Farrow defends father Woody Allen, claims mother Mia Farrow was abusive
"Something that broke yesterday which i found absolutely fascinating and then i sent it to you fascinating riveted moses farrow who is the adopted son of mia farrow and woody allen wrote a blog post and he has been completely silent about the whole woody allen sexual abuse accusations of his daughter dylan not a peep from him not a years and he got sick and tired of being quiet and decided to present his side of the story and so she was in me as apartment when woody would come by but he never had a relationship with soon ye as she was growing up in fact it was mia who convinced him when sunni was twenty that maybe they should start spending some time together yes so she was older i mean he was a lot older and it was it was a weird unconventional relationship but it wasn't from what he says a father daughter relationship that was a surprise to me because you know the kind of general knowledge about this whole thing is that he ended up marrying his adopted daughter wow used his relationship with soon ye to somehow link together the fact that he's clearly a sexual predator and abused their daughter dylan when in fact it it's it's utterly absurd when you look at the time line and it makes perfect sense the way that moses lays out this time line a nineteen ninetytwo mia farrow wrote an affidavit to the courts to allow woody to officially adopt moses and dylan and at that point she wrote this glowing affidavit saying what do y'all is he's the best father he's like fantastic i really want him to be the official adopted father of these two kids and they were married they weren't married and so he was able to adopt them and just a few months after that a few months after that is when his relationship was suny was discovered by nia she lost her mind fight about the custody and and how often he would have visitation over those two kids everybody like her to nannies and her children were told when woody allen comes to visit never ever ever let him alone with dylan and so no one did and that's when she insists the abuse took place which is just not possible and moses was on the i mean he said that he was because he was seven at the time and he said that will ronin who was his name was satchel his name size original name was satchel he was four and ronin at four years old was told i mean i i won't this is one thing that stands out to me he was told i can't say it on the air he he he he was told your your dad is bleeping your sister account she abused the kids that she adopted that had disabilities and and he also physically abused him
"mia farrow" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Had it's kind of build up to supernatural reputation one of the freaky aspects of the rosemary's baby movie which what nineteen sixty eight i think they came out mia farrow of course and this was just pointed out to me a couple of weeks ago and that is the if you look at the album the back of the imagine album and john lennon is him in profile but he's he's laying lying down and we see his face sort of pointed skywards and then if you look at the poster for rosemary's baby and it's mia farrow in the same pose and yeah it is kind of strange and then there's a scene in that movie where it's been so long since i've seen it but there's a there's a character who befriends mia farrow she ends up getting tossed out of the window the dakota and she lands almost in the exact spot in that archway where of course john lennon died or was when he was hit by that hail of gunfire creepy where is that now jim morrison of course we have to talk about jim morrison we're coming up on a break here in a few minutes but we can start the conversation now and continue of course so much discussion about whether he actually died in that bathtub in paris back in seventy one or whether he faked his death but there's we we focus on that but there are sort of some interesting ghost stories related to morrison as well and understand.
"mia farrow" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Used in rosemary's baby i mean if you're going to if you're going to direct a a horror movie this is this is the locale you'll want and i think it was roman polanski who who did say it was it was haunted and there's there's a lot of occult there's a legacy there too because the owner or the manager was also deeply involved in eastern mysticism and esa teric religions and so it has a legacy had had it's kind of build up to supernatural reputation one of the freaky aspects of the rosemary's baby movie which what nineteen sixty eight i think they came out mia farrow of course and this was just pointed out to me a couple of weeks ago and that is the if you look at the album the back of the imagine album and john lennon is sort of see him in profile but he's he's sort of laying lying down and we see his face sort of pointed skywards and then if you look at the poster for rosemary as baby and it's mia farrow in the same pose and yeah it is kind of strange and then there's a scene in that movie where it's been so long since i've seen it but there's a there's a a character who befriends mia farrow she ends up getting tossed out of the the window the dakota and she lands almost the exact spot in that archway where of course john lennon died or was when he was hit by that hail of gunfire creepy creepy is that now jim morrison of course we have to talk about jim morrison we're coming up on a break here in a few minutes but we can start the conversation now and continue and of course so much discussion about whether he actually died in that bathtub in paris back in seventy one or whether he faked his death but there's we we focus on that but there are sort of some interesting ghost stories related to morrison as well anderson.
"mia farrow" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And killed right outside of the apartment is code is and the dakota is notoriously haunted spot in new york city and there's one ghost in particular that people said john saw which was the crying lady who may have been the ghost of a former manager of the dakotas yeah it's it's an incredible gothic structure with these gargoyles menacing gargoyles looking down on nuts west seventy second i think isn't it seventy second and i think that's right yeah yeah houston rosemary's baby i mean if you're going to if you're going to direct a a horror movie this is this is the locale you'll want and i think it was roman polanski who who did say it was it was haunted and there's there's a lot of occult there's an occult legacy there too because the owner or the one manager was also deeply involved in eastern mysticism and esoteric religions and so it it has a legacy had had it's kind of build up the supernatural reputation one of the the freaky aspects of the rosemary's baby movie which nine hundred sixty eight i think they came out mia farrow of course and this was just pointed out to me a couple of weeks ago and that is the if you look at the album the back of the imagine album and john lennon is is sort of see him in profile but he's he's laying lying down and we see his face sort of pointed skywards and then if you look at the poster for rose mary's baby and it's mia farrow in the same pose and yeah it is kind of strange and then there's a scene in that movie where it's been so long since i've seen it but there's a there's a a character who befriends mia farrow she ends up getting tossed out of the the window the dakota and she lands almost in the exact spot in that archway where of course john lennon died or was when he was hit by that hail of gunfire creepy creepy parallels that now jim morrison of course we have to talk about jim morrison we're coming up on a break here in a few minutes but we can start the conversation now continue of course so much discussion about whether he actually died in that bathtub in paris back in seventy one or.
"mia farrow" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And there's there's a lot of occult there's an occult legacy there too because the owner or the manager was also deeply involved in eastern mysticism and esoteric religions and and so it it has a legacy it's kind of build up to supernatural reputation one of the freaky aspects of the rosemary's baby movie which what nineteen sixty eight i think they came out mia farrow of course and this was just pointed out to me a couple of weeks ago and that is the if you look at the album the back of the imagine album and john lennon is sort of see him in profile but he's he's laying line down and we see his face sort of pointed skywards and then if you look at the poster for rosemary baby and it's mia farrow in the same pose and yeah it is kind of strange and then there's a scene in that movie where it's been so long since i've seen it but there's a there's a character who befriends mia farrow he ends up getting tossed out of the window the dakota and she lands almost in the exact spot in that archway where of course john lennon died or was when he was hit by that hail of gunfire creepy creepy carolers that now jim morrison of course we have to talk about jim morrison we're coming up on a break here in a few minutes but we can start the conversation now and continue of course so much discussion about whether he actually died in that bathtub in paris back in seventy one or whether he faked his death but there's we get we focus on that but there are sort of some interesting go stories related to morrison as well and understand.
"mia farrow" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"And there's there's a lot of a cult there's an occult legacy there too because the owner or the the one manager was also deeply involved in eastern mysticism and esoteric religions and and so it it has a legacy it's kind of build up to supernatural reputation one of the freaky aspects of the rosemary's baby movie which what nineteen sixty eight i think they came out mia farrow of course and this was just pointed out to me a couple of weeks ago and that is the if you look at the album the back of the imagine album and john lennon is sort of see him in profile but he's he's laying line down and we see his face sort of pointed skywards and then if you look at the poster for rose mary's baby and it's mia farrow in the same pose and yeah it is kind of strange and then there's a scene in that movie where it's been so long since i've seen it but there's a there's a a character who befriends mia farrow she ends up getting tossed out of the the window the dakota and she lands almost in the exact spot in that archway where of course john lennon died or was when he was hit by that hail of gunfire creepy that now jim morrison of course we have to talk about jim morrison we're coming up on a break here in a few minutes but we can start the conversation now and continue and of course so much discussion about whether he actually died in that bathtub in paris back in seventy one or whether he faked his death but there's we get we focus on that but there are sort of some interesting ghost stories related to morrison as well andrew stand.
"mia farrow" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Had it's kind of build up to supernatural reputation what are the freaky aspects of the rosemary's baby movie which what nineteen sixty eight i think they came out mia farrow of course and this was his pointed out to me a couple of weeks ago and that is the if you look at the album the back of the imagine album and john lennon is sort of see him in profile but he's he's laying lying down and we see his face sort of pointed skywards and then if you look at the poster for rosemary as baby and it's mia farrow in the same pose and yeah it is kind of strange and then there's a scene in that movie where it's been so long since i've seen it but there's a there's a a character who befriends mia farrow she ends up getting tossed out of the the window the dakota and she lands almost in the exact spot in that archway where of course john lennon died or was when he was hit by that hail of gunfire creepy carolers that now jim morrison of course we have to talk about jim morrison we're coming up on a break here in a few minutes but we can start the conversation now and continue and of course so much discussion about whether he actually died in that bathtub in paris back in seventy one or whether he faked his death but there's we get we focus on that but there are some interesting ghost stories related to morrison as well andrew stand.
"mia farrow" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"For years she made disturbing allegations of sexual assault against her father film director woody allen and in her first televised interview dillon pharaoh stands by everything she said ms farrow is the adopted daughter of mr alan and mia farrow and speaking to cbs this morning she alleged that she was seven years old when her father molested her at her mother's home in 1992 mr alan was investigate it he was never charged he has also repeatedly denied these claims during her interview ms pharaoh also spoke about the recent allegations of sexual assault in hollywood and the times up movement here's what she told cbs this morning cohost gayle king and a warning that this interview does include disturbing details i loved my father i respected him he was my hero and that doesn't obviously take away from what he did but it does make the betrayal and the hurt that much more intense let's go to august fourth 1992 and if you could tell us what happened that day i was taken to a small at a crawlspace in uh my mother's a country house in connecticut um by my father he instructed me to lay down on my stomach and play with my brothers toy train that was set up and i he sat behind me in the doorway and as i played with the toy train i was sexually assault as as seven year old i would say i would have said he touch my private parts okay okay which i i did say all right.
"mia farrow" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Cards though was draw cd couldn't just say stand up for or get out which is what the long memo boils down to week closed it in a bunch of draws as it this rash of floods hurricanes massacres and fires with not enough to occupy the media famously successful film producer harvey weinstein was finally added on charges of sexual harassment indeed of rape in the accusers have started a multiplier within the industry why things excesses were not really new at all my colleague and film critic michael medved explains now there's always been controversy regarding film and the film community but i can't remember a more disgraceful disturbing story then all of this continued expose about harvey weinstein i mean you cannot pick up any major publication there's a huge and thoroughly disgusting to call in the new yorker magazine threatened by roane pharaoh who you may remember he comes from his own very problematic background he supposed to be the son of a mere heroin woody allen but uh mia farrow says he's actually his son of mia farrow and frank sinatra who knows in any event he has written this long new yorker piece that describes in truly revolting detail uh some of the excesses of harvey weinstein assaulting raping molesting uh attacking young women who were dependent on him we're working for him in many cases going all the way back to the 1990s there's also another new york times article and this.
"mia farrow" Discussed on Fresh Air
"To read in the hotel room which i did so was on ninth screenplay of what he's that i read in four days and it was the best one and it was one of those times when when uh walk your heart starts beating faster and adrenaline starts flowing if i wanna was the biggest male wrote he'd ever written outside of the woody allen character because his his protagonist generally have been women diane keaton mia farrow even recently uh and geraldine page and interiors so he never really written a big male character that wasn't play by woody why did you feel that it you need it to the hospital because there was no way to play that character without knowing everything about that movie because of the delicacy of it i mean it's it's this no i mean it's of tur incredibly delicate delicate thing you're dealing with a man who's who's a rich proud of a man who's a liar who's a cheat whose uh who's embezzler who's a murderer whose uh from it is is not a redeeming thing he does and yet the audience has to you know from my point of view and this is what i expressed to what he has to empathise and and join up with him at as they're being horrified by what he does i felt it was essential that the audience seat themselves in this character and the only way to do that i mean the character as into one single thing of redemption in the entire movie he's an awful person and i you could in this click or mentality where living and where people click things off television and fifteen or twenty minutes bavaria's he for the army say hey this guy's a jerk item like him it one and you don't have a movie so how to delicately deal with that.
"mia farrow" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Yet if i want to touch on a couple of things you mentioned but i also wanted to throw out the scene the other example of a scene where i knew he had me completely he got me to pull rosemary's baby i always remember plant ski talking about a senior maybe with someone else associated with the film talking about a scene where he sort of has ruth gordon go behind a door and i think she's talking on the phone and the door just stays open just a little just a little this so mia farrow and us seeing her point of view can just kinda see in but we wanna see what records up to an this person recounting story talked about the whole audience kinda craning their necks around the dr michael i'm not kidding that happened to me at a moment in this film in it revolves around that bright red door which where hope premises of father's joel edwards and character singing whatever you do do not goal behind the store exactly solving set up his is hilarious leow you yet i am unique about texas chainsaw massacre area indoor happy which is very simple can't be at all but then when that door is open in you hear some bad things going on on the other side trade doesn't let us see at i did physically shift in my seat and try to look around i'm not that bright michael apparently but that's how successful this movie was from visual standpoint and you talked about the use of widescreen how about the use of aspect ratios which is something he did as well indonesia more blatantly touched on this in my interview with him that he wanted to make it more subtle it really is more subtle here because i think you have to go back after seeing one widescreen shot that i'll just say happens very late in the film at a moment when things are at their most chaotic and i think fair to say they're worse to him that's when i really noticed an when it kicked in that oh actually he has used that aspect ratio a couple other times i think it if forces you may be one a rethink the film a little bit in terms of how we employees that strategy at certain points and what that widescreen does in that moment i'll say is.