25 Burst results for "Mrs Doubtfire"

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:25 min | 2 months ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Couples Therapy

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"But that that comes back at the end actually is present throughout to be honest with you But after trying to get his life together he learns that miranda needs housekeeper. so he has. He's currently in a state where he's i think he's just doing you know small jobs just for some cash. She's got an apartment to himself so He's doing his thing and not not super duper in not really doing that. Well but he's doing enough to survive. Guess but he ends up seeing that there is something for a housekeeper from his. I guess ex wife in the. I mean yeah i at that point. I think she would be his So he says all right well. This is interesting. The whole housekeeper. Thing so after Oh sorry sorry He creates a scheme so after he finds out about this housekeeper. Jarvi creates this. This plan to strategic plan Where he uses his voice acting talents to create different characters and he uses these characters And uses his voice mix different voices and he keeps calling the number to apply to be the housekeeper and giving miranda a lot of bad options. And then all of a sudden she he he creates his character whom he named. Mrs you You for genia doubtfire. He creates this this. You know the titular character. Mrs doubtfire Who is Has a slight british accent. Soft spoken woman and this is who this is the character that he creates who actually ends up getting the job as the housekeeper. So this is where the crux of the story begins obviously but realizing that you know throughout a lot of events that take place Essentially daniel is able to kind of understand the responsibilities that miranda had said he was not reliable for which is cleaning around the house. Really learning how to be strict with the children And just learning all that aspects of it You know. I'm just kind of serving as the housekeeper more or less. And he does this for a while. The kids actually. The kids don't like him at first. But eventually they really start to warm up to mrs doubtfire and They really they really like mrs doubtfire. And then eventually. Lydia and chris discover the secret Yeah so in eventually actually. This is actually pretty funny. So the way they discover that. They that mrs doubtfire is actually their dad is he. Goes to the bathroom and dressed as mrs doubtfire. I mean look. I'm not going to get into it actually. Now that i'm thinking it. Maybe i shouldn't describe it so vividly but basically Men use the bathroom a certain way that You know the the woman do not and he did. This and his son walked in on him doing it that way and well i think you can. I think you can connect dots and fill in the blanks So we're not gonna. We're not gonna continue with that But.

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Tiffany Haddish Had Her First OrgasmDuring a Nicolas Cage Movie

Daily Pop

02:15 min | 5 months ago

Tiffany Haddish Had Her First OrgasmDuring a Nicolas Cage Movie

"Start with tiffany haddish. She's talking sex orgasms and nicholas cage so tiffany is in a new movie with nick. Listen told that working with him back a wild memory from a movie theater back when she was seventeen years old. Listen to what happened. When she was watching face off. It was my first time being with. I will say like that has is that was achieving a momentous moments that i had never experienced in my life am open my eyes and the eyes of nicholas cage are looking into my eyes super be right so that was my first my first big oh to tell them this story lick and go away okay. She says they had a good laugh when he told him. Would you guys ever fess up to a story about something like this with somebody. Well i have to say. I don't think i've told my husband this. But i was a fan of mrs doubtfire when we were kids and boy meets world and i think it's weird i i was kind of like playing it cool like i don't even know who you are. Just marry me. You know. And i just i think i don't know if i'll ever tell him unless he sees this. Well i think he's gonna watch out orgasm as doubtfire though did you is that things have happened would you. I mean i guess up to something like this especially if it was nicholas cage takes all you know. She was being fiddled with and the theater. Like i don't know if i'd admit to this i think i just go on with my life and not just block get out because when i i originally heard the story i for some reason thought she was alone. Doing i don't know why i didn't. I thought she with detainees. I thought she was taking her time in by herself in the theater to enjoy. Nicholas cage i then. This makes more sense messing around his this team doing that in the theaters. Like kind of like likely right now especially this got a year in phila- spot on i just wonder does she sixty seconds. It's the question

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:30 min | 5 months ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Like how to we use yoga as a mental health tool and that really shifted things for me personally so i was really excited to specifically teach that way and teach yoga for the processing of trauma like how. How do we use the body to really work through those traumatic events. That that our body and mind is really having a hard time letting go of so. I read a lot. And i study a lot and i've had so many wonderful teachers and and you know influences that that i just kind of pull from everything i can get my hands on you. Consult with people individually so save. Somebody is taking is is all in on everything you're doing. Do refined maybe consulting is not the right word. But do you talk with people individually you find that that takes place a lot about what they're going through the battles they're fighting. Yeah i do one on one. Mindfulness a counseling consulting. Whatever you wanna call it. I love doing that. Because we're really able to kind of sit down and say okay like what. What do you need help with today. What is kind of what is up for you today. What do you need help with what you need tools for and we can really drill down on specific actionable things right. This is not like airy-fairy. Hippy stuff this is you know based in dealing with the sympathetic nervous system and so how do we really kind of give the person the most tools to be able to manage things. so i do weekend workshops. I do all kinds of classes. But i also do one on one coaching in a lisa's website for those listening is real. Lisa jacob dot com. Is there anything else you wanted to throw out there. You've given me all this time. You're such a kind soul before. I let you go. Is there anything you wanted to get out there. Oh my national. This was such a pleasure. You you had great questions. Thank you so much. I couldn't control myself so i can't. You just tend to be what honey tend to be mrs doubtfire. Pretend to be pudgy. The bird and all those other things. I can't you mums. Pretend to be happy. Could still be we wouldn't be. We'd be pretend family no wouldn't be real you know we'd be acting act twenty four hours a day that they couldn't actor today prove their.

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"New hires. That's a noun announcement that the airline made Friday. Current employees will not be subject to the new company rule. Although Delta was point out that quick to point out the 60% of its nearly 75,000 workers have already been vaccinated Tickets are selling well for Broadway. Clayton. I know you're a big Broadway fan mid September September, 24th is when the first shows will reopen Lion King, Wicked and Hamilton or among the shows that are going to open First Phantom of the Opera Chicago come from away. Tina Turner musical are also coming back between late September in the end of the year. Ain't too proud the life and times of the temptations on Mrs Doubtfire. The, uh, show after the after the Robin Williams movie or will be coming back. So the word is that tickets are moving fairly briskly. That's what I've heard of. Of course not a day goes by that I don't check the Broadway news. Also on your list will add, jagged little pill and the recent Tony winner Dear Evan Hansen, which is probably the best cry ever paid $200 for this is Show's coming back to Broadway in mid September. If you are in her if you are a Broadway theater buff, and you want to see shows on Broadway mid September would be a good time. Yes, you look like like you like to say something I forgot to say the jersey boys are coming back to okay. Oh, what a night. Help wanted science 0.2 big struggle. Summer travel problems is the headline in The Washington Post. This is an article penned by our friend Christopher Elliott, who says that wanted science are all over, especially in the tourism industry. Whether or not it's that $300 a week supplement to unemployment that is causing the shortage or not, Um, it's starting to get we're getting awfully close to the summer and folks who need additional staffing and things like that still have Help wanted signs out. This is liable to have some impact. I think we are in for a summer, especially with CDC announced with this last week. Everybody is going to try to not only go someplace this summer, but make up for the summer that they didn't go someplace last year. And places that don't accept reservations are going to be incredibly busy. If you're going someplace I'm going to recommend start thinking about being the first one there in the morning or the last one there at night. Or finding out the day of the week or the time of the day. When thanks to the quietest and trying to be there at that time and make your reservations to day yes for hotels for attractions for things were reservations can be made. The longer you wait, the less chance that there's going to be that you're going to get in at all. And here's some good news Senators Richard Marquis, who is a Democrat from Massachusetts, and Richard Blumenthal, who is a Democrat from Connecticut, are both members of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. They have sent a letter to each of the major airlines. Suggesting there should be no expiration for pandemic flight credit that everybody is holding. There was over 10 billion of these dollars of these credits, and what basically the senator's air suggesting is that the airlines should allow these credits to be to either have a lifetime. Availability or do what Southwest Airlines allowed folks to do, and that is to convert the dollars to miles. And so it that way, they will just go into your account. In that way, you would never lose them because a lot of people are going to be out. On I I firmly believe the airlines and the cruise ship lines and all that. We're counting on that before they sent out all of those certificates and all of those refunds and that Is your travel news For today we're gonna take a quick break and then coming up Clayton diagram talk a little bit about in our smarter travel segment a little bit about how you can avoid some of the problems that folks are reporting recently with Airbnb. And why, when your Airbnb host tells you Well, maybe you should just tell people that you're just a friend of the family. Why? It's time to run for the front door. Next on the travel guys, I wake up I turn on the radio kfbk. Morning News, dancing and Racine. Amanda Johnson. Thank you so much for making likely local news, traffic and weather. I need news in the.

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Mrs. Doubtfire Director Says There Is an R-Rated Cut of the Film

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Mrs. Doubtfire Director Says There Is an R-Rated Cut of the Film

"The director of Mrs Doubtfire says there's an R rated cut of the 1993 film of Viral Sweet, referring to an older interview with director Chris Columbus suggested there were PG PG 13 R and NC 17 cuts of the film because Robin Williams was often improvising. I'm at Madison

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Trevor Noah Doesn't Want To Hear Your Vaccine Excuses

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:23 min | 10 months ago

Trevor Noah Doesn't Want To Hear Your Vaccine Excuses

"Hundred thousand covert deaths a number that. Nobody wanted to see and as painful as that. Is you have to admit you have to admit it is nice to see. America's president actually take a moment just a moment to recognize the toll that corona virus has taken. I mean the only time the previous president showed any sadness was when he accidentally deleted fox news off of his. Dvr what a day for americans. What does that day. My sweet hannity has gone. The good news is that the number of new infections has plummeted in the last few weeks. But what's interesting is the number that they've plummeted to is where they were lost july. Which at the time. Everyone thought was so horrifying that the country immediately started locking down again. And this just goes to show you that your perspective can change based on where you're coming from. That's it's like. If i go to tech right now wolf i'd probably be like this is my life but if i went from being attacked by full wolves to one wolf. I'm probably be like what a relaxing way to stop the week. So look this is why it's so important to get people vaccinated as quickly as possible. And don't give me any excuses about how you're too busy or it's not convenient last weekend and nine hundred year old. Seattle woman walked six miles in the snow to keep her appointment because the roads hadn't been plowed. Which is incredible. Although if you believe people stories walking miles snow is what they do all the time. They love that shit but still if a nine year old woman can do it. You can do it too. I don't tell me but trevor. I'm not ninety years old too young to get the vaccine right now. That's also no excuse a strange story now. Showing the length to florida women were willing to go to to get the vaccine. They're caught dressing as granny's just so they can get the shot now. Here's the thing it worked for. The first time around officials say the women are thirty. Four and forty four years old so you can see one of the more abundant and long cardigan. Didn't make much of an effort to cover up a vaccinators thought. They looked funny so they were stopped before getting their shots. And that's when they found out both women had faked their birth dates. Now officials want to know how they were able to get away with getting the first shot. The women are not facing any charges but police did yell at them calling their actions selfish okay. This is outrageous. You call that dressing up as a granny. All that woman did was put on. Its own and that other. One didn't do anything to wig hunch over or even easier just download the facebook phone. I mean if you got that you're seventy five minimum. If you want to teach away to the vaccine you at least have to put in the work. No one would have booked charade. I'm pretty sure. Mrs doubtfire wouldn't have gotten the kids back if he's just showed up like hey. It's me mrs doubtfire nanny. How did they even think that they could pretend to be old women at that age. I mean personally. I blame porn. You know they start putting women in the category of twenty six. Of course we have unrealistic ideas of what granny's look like but what's crazy is they would have gotten away with it if the doctors hadn't gotten suspicious. Hey wait a minute. If you're a grandma how come you haven't tried to set me up with one of your grandkids yet.

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Cardi B to Star in New Comedy Film Assisted Living

Colleen and Bradley

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Cardi B to Star in New Comedy Film Assisted Living

"Has her first leading role in a movie. What's she gonna do? Well, she's gonna star and a comedy called Assisted Living and Assisted Living is being described as a comedy with tremendous heart in the vein of classic funny films like Tootsie Sister Act. Mrs Doubtfire following character, Amber that's going to be played by Cardi B. A small time crook who finds herself in over her head. When a heist goes wrong on the run from the cops and her former crew. She struggles to find anywhere to hide. And then she goes to her strange grandmother's nursing home.

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10 Trivia Questions on 2010s Musicals

Trivia With Budds

06:25 min | 11 months ago

10 Trivia Questions on 2010s Musicals

"We're going to jump into ten questions on musicals from the two thousand ten's right about now here. We go all right. It's two thousand ten's musical trivia and on this round we are going to give you two songs and the characters who sing those songs in your do. Tell me what musical it is from the last ten years. Here's question number. One world's greatest dad by buddy and never fall in love by jovi. What is that musical with those characters and songs number one world's greatest dad by buddy and never fall in love by jovi an musical number two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders by danielle nautica and last sienna number two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders by danielle nautica and la sienna number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and less number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and less number four on your list. We have a song call impossible slash possible by marie and ella. And there's music in you by marie number four impossible by impossible slash. It's it's possible by marie and ella. And there's music and you by marie number five anywhere but here by a character named j m berry and we're all made of stars by the un davis boys number five anywhere but here by j m berry and we're all made of stars by the davis boys and number six. What's inside by jenna. And any and i love you like a table by ogi don and company number six. What's inside by jenna in company and i love you like a table by ogi dawn and company number seven. Belmont avenue by the wop guys. Kala gero at ensemble in these streets spy. Lorenzo sunny rozina an ensemble number seven belmont avenue by the duo guys Kagoro and ensemble and the streets by lorenzo sunny recina and on samba l- three more musical sets of songs and characters to go by. Let's see what you know about number eight. Why don't we get drunk by jd. And ensemble and cheeseburger in paradise by brick. Tammy and ensemble number eight. Why don't we get drunk by jd. And ensemble and cheeseburger in paradise by brick. Tammy and ensemble and number nine. What i know. Now by miss argentina and ensemble and day o the banana boat song by delia. Charles maxi and maxine and number ten cooking montage slash easy peasy by daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man. By stewart and male ensemble number. Ten cooking montage slash. Easy peasy by danielle daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man by stewart. Male ensemble all your songs and characters from two thousand ten's musicals for general jenner. We'll be right back in. Just a second with the answers to those musicals. We are back with the answers to two thousand ten musicals. Let's see how well you know the musical of the last decade or so number one world's greatest dad by buddy never fall in love by jovi was elf elf based on the two thousand and three movie. There's a great documentary about how that got made on netflix. It's called the holiday movies that made us go watch. That one is pretty number. Two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders bhai danielle nautica in last sienna is bring it on the musical. The cheerleading movie comedy made musical number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and last that's newsies newsies about a bunch of newspaper selling boys and number four impossible slash. It's possible marine ella. And there's music in you. By marie that is cinderella the musical which at one time starred my friend gi palmer. I think one of the backup. Replacement cast members of the lead role of cinderella in that movie palmer number four number five in that movie in that musical is what i'm at number five anywhere but here j. berry were all made of stars. The un davis boys. That's finding neverland number five finding neverland and number six. what's inside jenin and company. I love you like a table. Ogi dawn and company. That's waitress a pie. Selling and serving movie made musical waitress number seven belmont avenue and the op guys calogero and ensemble in these streets by lorenzo. Sunny rozina and bill is a bronx tale. A great movie with robert deniro. That was made into a musical about ten years ago and number eight. Why don't we get a drink. The jd and ensemble song and cheeseburger in paradise by brick brick. Tammy and ensemble. That's escape to margarita. Ville jimmy buffett number eight number nine. What i know now. Miss argentina and ensemble day. O the banana boat song. Delia charles maxi maxine and ensemble. If you know the movie you could against this one. It's beetlejuice the musical number nine and number ten last but not least cooking montage an easy peasy with daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man with stuart and male ensemble. That's mrs doubtfire. Mrs doubtfire and now you know ten questions answers for gen jar about two thousand ten's musicals. Hope he had fun trying to figure those out. We have one more thing for you. Call the fact that the day the fact of the day is the last letter added to the english alphabet wasn't z. It was actually the letter j our tenth letter of the alphabet. Jay was the last one to be added just like hawaii was the fiftieth state. Our last state in the us there. You have it

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"But he kept lying you know all yeah husband was killed by a Guinness struck down. Everything. Was the dream that literally killed them. Yeah. I always thought it was Scottish everything I mean also before we wrap things up, we do also make sure we go around the digital screens the Gallery View Bob If you can have your favorite character favorite to characters of of Mrs Doubtfire who would including MS deffers. To characters to cow favorite characters would probably be. Only two only makes it hard bay. That's tough. Part does all right. I'm. GonNa. Go Obscure. I I. It's not the obvious. I. Said earlier the bus. I live on his. And I love the maitre d' at the restaurants. Who who, who kisses, everybody's ass when they come to to the to the hosts Dan but he's an asshole voice. Fact Yeah Reality Real. Yeah I was GONNA say unfortunately that part is. Not. A fantasy I know. WHO's next Corey go ahead Oh okay. Alex screwed. Mrs doubtfire just because titular character and on Robin Williams has A. Soft. Spot in my heart cycling characters. Yeah I would say the brother Harvey Fire Scene I think everything that Harvey firestone does is complete gold. From movie to stage I think he's just a wonderful wonderful actor And then as a second character, I'm GONNA I mean 'cause I mentioned it. Before I gotTA shout out Sally Fields in this I think that without her balance, you don't film. Heavy agree. Phelan? Okay. for me Harvey Fierstein and then the daughter. which was Lydia the older daughter. In a weird way like I felt like, my my childhood was a little telegraphic around that age of like I was like around. Mathilde age of like I don't know what's happening but then my parents are splitting apart in my oldest was just like I hate everything. and was like really. She's kind of the one that kind of like. Like like re just remind the audience of why Danny's doing this hour Daniels doing this and like that moment when she comes out when they have that I find a you and punish us and then she had to clean and do the homework, and then after the is made, she comes out and then. Daniel Amos doubtfire get inside before. You know you get a cold is this moment like turn point of like she can. You know hopefully develop as a child you know to a young woman and Daniels seeing this happened before his eyes and it's like There's something about that and also like she was also feel like she was a lot of these nineties films for me like. and. I was just like she had like she was going to be everywhere for some reason. Like this, really big like this character like it's it's like a love hate and then you later on just like learn to like sympathetic for the children. Muslim I. Guess. Kayla. for me I'm on the same train with Lydia the older daughter just because that is such a she is kind of like you're you're. The vessel for you to understand the full complexity of like how you deal with this as like a preteen going through this experience of like, I want to support both of you and there's complicated emotions and sometimes it may agree about it but I'm still supportive. But I still love you but So like all of that kind of complication is is very accurately portrayed through her and the my I think my favorite of all is Daniel not not Mrs doubtfire Daniel who is like The especially the speech in the courtroom were. Pleading Insanity and saying ever since I saw my kids I'm crazy for them so that it gives you like like you already know this is a very fantastical thing. But that actually grounded the decision to become Mrs Doubtfire Y- of like you know what? Yeah I do all these voices, I play all these characters. This was the only thing I can think of to get close to my kids and yeah, I'm a Datsun insane thing to do because I'm crazy for them like it just made it make sense so and and like seeing his development outside of that of like Chinese food boxes everywhere in a dingy apartment and then like. Growing through MRS doubtfire changed him as a person to make him a better person. WHO's like a solid figure on his own without his wife? Yeah. That that was a really cool like throw up in the. World. But he kept but he kept the essence of that childishness childishness in him that like turned into this opportunity for him. So many the away everybody grew because. Yeah. Allow him today in the Kittens Yeah Yeah because he proved himself, he'd grown she grew. Because she realized she was in a bench. Yes. All her frustrations out on him and suspecting the kids. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I I think probably because he's the most of downtrodden and this kind of scenarios. And getting him to kind of find his path and like take care of himself and his life and kind of the people around him by proxy. That was really cool I. Liked that specific through line. Ali. Mind starts with Harvey Finds because he's just he's enjoyed watching everything just like you said. I wanted to I wanted more of them in this. Yeah. I wonder I wonder if there's some cuts, the probably is because he said it was most of those those just room scenes that were cut. Down to watch. but aside from that, it was just Daniel. Yeah Robin. Williams. Maybe a sequel only the brother and how to make different enough. Face. Business. where? It's just about business side. All. Yeah. impersonate Robin Williams in this. Yes. My favorite are the parents, Daniel Miranda like I just I know that they both have their instances where you're like that wasn't cool. But they the way that they grow as parents from the beginning to the end and I especially love the scene where there she comes to visit him and she says, Ranna says you know I don't I don't WanNa do this anymore like who did what to WHO and who said this? Blah Blah Blah I, just WANNA move forward and I love that she she realizes and I love that Daniel grows up like he's he is kind of immature at the beginning and then he kinda learn what life needs what you need. You can still be silly and fun but there's also a quote serious side that you know you still got to do the dishes. You still gotta do the laundry, Chuck the Ramon to the fishing. Yeah. Yeah. I like the parents and how they grow throughout the movie and just become.

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"So? It's a nice. It's a nicer way of going about. Because there is some sort of heart to it and every character. He's very genuine like he's not trying to be gross I WANNA, I. Do want to bring up a point that we had while we were having a tech club like the version of Pierce Brosnan character actually kind of being out dude. Oh, he's great. Dude weekends like. Here's the dirt. This is where this is. This is the turning point. This is where he gets his AMMO right. Now, and so for meal point is that he can't believe that the fozzard. Guy. Looks like he's going to take care of them just fine and but by the time I watched Mrs Doubtfire Henry James Bond. So what's he doing in San Francisco being like this blues? I knew him as a womanizer what I'm seeing. But then now you think back on almost like Pierce Brosnan is like hot sexy dude with an accent who was like, you know it's Rod Williams conflict a little bit early the every man who's like can't cook, can't clean. You know all this has to work his way to become a better person in order to be with kids. Like pure competition and it's like this wonderful. He's like a client that's wanted to room designed, and then like fell in love with designer, and then like had three, hundred four children and happily after that stories also I just Sweden okay. Also with the exception of Robin, Williams everybody had a Lotta money. Yes. Reflective of San. Francisco today says. Credible country club you know and you just go up and he just you sign your membership number in any walk away. Or the Indian prosthetic. Artists as a brother, you don't have to worry about the car. Races everywhere and just like happens to have all the plaster and material. Here's the. Yeah I mean I do admit though that montage of different faces is is brilliant. It's like, no, let's give. Let's give him a chance to flex for a little bit. Just check out, check the extras on the DVD all those seems they that I'm definitely going to do that. I haven't checked those there. There's there's something on I. Think Youtube has a compilation of like twenty minutes that was cut from the film that was. With, soundtrack and everything. But I always thought that so many should have. A A network or a youtube channel called the cutting room floor. Where they just find all the clips that were cut and an just show them, and oftentimes because we're such fans on the of the of the product, we welcome the new stuff because it's new stuff. Yeah, right? Yeah. I, mean they're getting deep aspects in that world a little bit more. Werner Herzog said, it's like your your treasure hunting. You're looking the gems like these were lost in time. Now someone reclaimed him and Youtube is the museum you know like. Charlie going back to our tunes they used to back in low in in World War Two the wash, the cells and reuse. So they still they exist anymore but then they would also did never thought they were considered are. Valuable so there was on the floor police inside. The history. There's funny. Reading, listening about your interviews of how you went to go meet Mel Blanc in you know crashed like recording session like watching Mrs Doubtfire than knowing about that story like when it's like I would love to work in this place where like out of nowhere the the head of the studio is just hanging out and you could just talk to them. He's not in a video village or surrounded by a bunch of clients and has not willing to talk to you, and also when you're cleaning out the place and you do your own riff of show, he's the only person there to watch and I was like this is a lovely imagination of what Hollywood is because I was like, yeah, I don't know. It's it's a bit of a fantasy of how of bureaucracy actually does. A on the other hand, you got to give the guy that laid the boss. A little bit of credit is you really do care about the station and quality of the of the programming. He didn't. Dig It would take this employee whose job was to. Schlep, stuff films and things back and forth loading dock to come up with the idea but on the her hand, the fact that he was so open to this pitch that by the way, that's that's pretty Hollywood pitch meetings over dinner and cocktails happen on time. But. It's PBS that was supposed to be leader evs station and and Mrs. Doubtfire. Show, in the out, a syndicated is becoming a big thing. So I just a very I ending to that I did think that was also pretty. Also in this world of Hollywood you like the rings are so like after the first day of recording, let's like do they not edit this? Well, it's also like. Cut like? Right then is where the studio head is like we're doing great. These Subtle the it was a small. They were they were talking about how boring the original show was, but they didn't fire him. They made him the mailman. Honest. Don't take a job away from home which I think. By the way he had. He had no shame didn't mind doing either. Yeah. And he was having a job. The honest when you're working in children's programming San Francisco if you lose a job, you're competing on a point. Yeah. So Getting. Yeah that Guy's lucky. One one choice for for that the guy who became the mailman is that he would always. Say things incorrectly like if everything he did he would say wrong or weird or long gated, and then when he came back as the mailman, he had like one line but he still. Like did the pronunciation incorrectly and I was like, oh. Oh. There's this lots of little. Appreciate. The caregiver like Mrs Doubtfire, the character itself. If I remember correctly came from Andy Kaufman show he did where we're Robin Williams, played Andy Kaufman's grandmother while and that hard yeah it was it was a show I believe at Carnegie Hall it's on IMDB Trivia I. Believe. Was Andy Kaufman show and he played his grandma and that character just kind of sat dormant for twenty years and then Mrs Doubtfire came along and there you go and and. Pierce Brosnan says what part of England are you from your is The money we'll as Tan I always thought he was being Scottish. That's what it sounds like. Yeah. To Myers it says more Scottish than a British..

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Was actually improvise because the lights melted the icing they hadn't planned for any of that whatsoever. So Robin Williams ran with it. T know yeah. It was supposed to be icing on the face, but the lights from the set started melting it, and so they just kind of rolled with it I wonder the. Scenes relevant that again. The thing to look for is when he's over the stove and his breasts catch fire. And it's so obvious. It's a stunt double because he at he's. He or she is half the size of his hostility up, but it is. It's his voice being dubbed Screening Yeah Right. Here, like the room tone of win, it was recorded. The film is such a warm blanket for me like it's such a one of those things as let's watch MRS doubtfire tonight. Yeah. Let's do it. All I was GONNA. Say I was GONNA say This is one of those movies that I actually never saw all the way through somehow until getting ready for this episode. Wow. Your wealth. I've seen chunks of it but visit anomaly my friend I am years changes life on Broadway. It's never get Broadway back it's going to be. One thing I really liked about it was that A lot of the setups and things like of course, we're kinda jaded now looking backward and then this was all probably like like the whole flintstones dinner kind of thing you know going into that and I was like, okay, here we go. This isn't going to work in this setting this that's not I can't believe this, but it was just such a joy and it was so funny and it was just like I don't even care this is just magic just hilarious and it kind of the other characters really. Then he gets you logically like. So He's a lousy cook. So he orders a billion dollars for the food. What does he? What does he do about every night I was like? How did he clean up that kitchen in the prosthetics office on off on that you've? Got To take away just a movie. Star genuine. The the sort of divorce setup was that could have been that could have been really quick and any other movie, right? It was like it was like it made sense and it was felt kind of realistic as far as like the challenges of their relationship and it was interesting to see that actually like play out through the movies I really dug that part about it. Yeah Kayla. Man. I loved Mrs doubtfire before when I watched it as a kid and it had been, you know at least ten years since I've seen it at this point but watching it. Kind of in a New Light of knowing vet. This was a movie that you liked. Bob. It gave me a different Lens which I appreciate it more because not only was was I watching this as an adult going like this kind of that looney tunes feel like there was stuff I just didn't catch zipped over my head and it was fun movie. But also like. The the way that Robin Williams as Mrs Doubtfire. That's best example of how to develop and stay in character. Because you're literally like living in it all the way, and it's only by accident of developing that character. Did it come back to be useful news here? That he ended up getting the show based on all of this life that happened in the background leading up to this point and he you know like in the end when he gets the the kids showing me. So that was like kind of a mistake of. Like just being these this character. Yeah. No. So for for me with MS doubtfire. Being a little younger I think I only saw commercials of air trails of it in VHS house watching particularly I think like maybe the mask. Seeing like coming to theaters Mrs doubtfire something like that. And then I was like, what does that mean but then later on actually watching, I, think the first time ever watched actually on fx because I grew up with somehow just watching a bunch of syndicated stuff on fx and That was one of the first films that I had vhs and I learned how to record the. TV. And then I'm I'm GonNa have this movie because I thought it was a wonderful movie and I don't know pirate. Yeah. I was like, how is that not illegal about enough because you? That stuff all the time that was a thing record, the nightly news. But Anyway, so I did that and then watching the for time like it's funny to see like in twenty twenty is looking back and you know watching this film and seeing. The climate of the world like it's so that nineties feel felt like I had like reinstall Windows Ninety, eight on my computer. Back to that level. I mean, it's it's one of I and I. also a kid who had parents who divorced like it was something that I felt like. My parents should watch this movie. Because it was like what were saying like there's so many of the missteps that the parents take but also like getting to see like knowing my family who left who, why did it work arguing and then the very end where there's very heartfelt moment that Sellafield is watching the TV and saying like you know hearing Mrs. Doubtfire. Say like sometimes parents need to be away in order to be better parents for you and it's like that was i. think a moment when I was watching. But no yeah I, mean everything in there is just like phenomenal like but to your point of like how does he? What did he do for the next like? Well, he does learn that's like his you know they have the nineties montage the you know he'll do look like a lady and the other he's playing ball. So it was like who does that with the broom also no one does the. I'm mean. Play to the. Behind the back I mean I do the Air Guitar and behind the back balls at the team play. In fact, I was doing it the other day and we watch this movie and Bonnie goes you were just doing that. And so I was like I probably did it because of this though The inspiration but yeah, and also seem like a young Matthew Lawrence in here was like, oh Yeah. You really need her in this movie I mean as as wonderful as Robin. Williams's at carrying a lot of this. It would mean nothing without the emotional weight that I think fields is is just phenomenal bringing in I. AM, guilty of not not giving her enough credit in this phone because she's just well the state the scene when went where he reveals himself in the restaurant per multiple takes. And you can see just the wheel spinning here head inner model. All my gosh he's. So she's just a great hackers the whole time the whole time. Yeah. That's it like that realization of like Oh my God. Tone of like Oh. My God Oh my God. My. All Time. Favorite characters in the entire movie is the Horny bus driver. Yes. Oh. Yeah. I mean he first of all has extremely interesting tastes. Yes. You know he likes the Harry legs not altering the way the guy. He likes them and he doesn't mind latex. He had. He was a lonely man who was a sweet character symbol reggie up I feel like in Hugh kind of like. A little bit of like a role model for for men because it's Kinda like you love people for who they are and I I hope you have something warm to come home to you know just like very nice and caring, and like you know, doesn't go any further than that. You know just as a simple thing as tips right up to the line of like this borderline creepy. No because it is it's a juxtaposition to the bus driver and Hocus pocus who is a creepy guy yeah. And does you know the which is say you know we seek children like I could trigger may take me a couple of times..

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Worker on the start with not bad. But I'M GONNA. Tell you that Josh started coming out you're married to the catchphrase that you've memorized. Yeah. So when it comes to portray a character that's already existed, everybody can do the catchphrases it a new dialogue. That's a bitch. Though I'll tell you guys told the story before. So fight. Guerrilla bill title you're here I Ashley. Earlier. I. Did I did not know that it was curly I. Love. We got pandemic I wasn't getting a haircut and it's gotten very gray in our pandemic. So God I love the. would. For Space Jam, one of our last all backs they had us do Shakespeare. Bigger too if you can do if you if you don't handle it as a looney toon and stay in character, but still portray hamlet. Character. So I'm in the lobby of La Studios, which is a studio in Los Angeles. And I'm seeing guys doing the call backs and they get this and I could see the Hannigan. Derive and I'm like, Oh, I out this. I got this. Awesome. Like using hamlet is like killing me right now. It's it's that's so accurate though for like doing character, you can't just like be the front part of a character. You have to have all the death in the layers as well of like the understanding of nuance. That's living. Creatures. Living Person. And the characters today even the leeches cartoons is closes thing I've ever done with this franchise that feels like classic short up Nietzsche's cartoons or any chance. These characters are being put in situations that now black never vocalized never use a computer to never use to sell on was never over driver he never used the Internet. So you still have to use these. You got to keep the integrity of the characters by keeping them or putting them in contemporary situations he's. Out I guess where the balance between creating new characters or portraying ones that already exists the challenges with each and that one is just happening to be let me expand this character beyond where it's ever been before even though it's not I didn't come up with the original piece by the way think about it. Now, that was ever shorts. Yeah. And now we're GONNA get. Really G IF YOU'RE A fan of animation but daffy duck at two different personalities. Any woohoo daffy and he was really death. Yeah So, how did that happen? Who made that decision and had did no blank deal with that I recently started re watching so I watched. The looney tunes cartoons, which is the one that's HBO Max. And I love it and also ease any death and watching like I've also watch a bunch of lean as well and yet like characters have different motifs like sometimes bugs is like completely like the asshole and then sometimes he is the one that's being attacked and so it's like you've you root for him but sometimes he's the aggressor same thing with Daffy it's really really weird. That's like. I don't know who I'm supposed to root for as long as a as a kid you're like Oh, this is fun but hasn't w like who four there's also that classic story about him having to Daffy doing bugs and bugs doing daffy and just a I go into those kinds of things. Yeah. That's. Exactly yeah. So I mean before we move into the subject at hand I. Have One last question I watched a recent interview in which you spoke about the importance of gratitude I'd love to know what your grateful for these days. First of all alive so Healthy and I'm alive and you can't eaten at. I'm able to keep a working. I'm I'm grateful for time Nestle sound weird because so many people right now are so angry and frustrated with the time they've got but I have a luxury of time that I never have because I would go from this audition to this job. To. This class etcetera on the relay I don't I don't have to drive between auditions in jobs. So Man I am grateful that this one day will end. And we have we have taken this disruption in the industry and we've turned it upside down. So naked, oposite. The where we do not only keep working with quality can be good and perhaps open the door either people where they never saw the opportunity before. But you know if you complain if you if you make your life nothing but a bitch fest. You're not. You're going to play. You're never going to be happy choppiness short-sea choose to wake up everyday and go I'm fortunate that I have this problem to deal with today because some people have a lot worse tonight. Fisher if you really WanNa, you'll find a way you don't. You'll find excuse. And you know what? I don't like excuse. I'm not I'm not a fan of victims. Sorry. Get over it. They don't pay bills. SLUT isn't even if they don't, they don't create. Happy. You know if you think you're owed something now you know what accountability responsibility you're responsible for your unhappiness. You're having a shitty day but smile on your face in the let anybody know it in eventually sometime during that day you realize it in vacant for this slip Zach we can't do that or we can just say I'm a victim mode this mode that and my wife's thoughts. How would you like to live the rest of your life with every day saying my life sucks. Ten great I think that does turn it into a little bit of the positive of our next topic at hand, which has like a valley. How do you WanNa? Live your life. In more at the end of the day. So we're talking Josh does all the heavy lifting and asking our guests. What's their favorite thing? They want to get their nerd on about and you suggested myst- out fire. I did crisper. Starring Robin Williams, a sally, fields Pierce why did you pick this film? Bob. Because I asked me an idea of what you want to talk about and a favourite film. US This Mrs Doubtfire for me There are certain movies, Channel Surfing and no matter where you land shuts Yup Yeah any no rooks movie. I'll do that with solid as it's wonderful life I'll do that with I. see the list of Oz on Turner Classic soft do that with Mrs Doubtfire With First of all I just did charming start with that. I saw that film with a whole bunch of friends in the theater when it first came out and it opens with Robin Williams as the voice of Tunes Yeah. and. During that opening scene. All. My friends are looking at me. Why is this how it's done? You're in the mood. Like. And he keeps doing it is how it's done. and. Then he's fired from this one GIG and he's one hundred percent unemployed and I said. No and then when he was fired, he did a really bad for he pigging but yes. Williams was a genius at everything has a lousy.

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Nerd on what is going on everybody. Welcome to nerd on the podcast you didn't need but you deserve where all levels of nerd are welcome. we have a very special episode today, but first, we are going to introduce the host I am Josh. I'm Tom. I'm Ali. I'm Caitlyn and I am Corey. This episode is brought to you in part by the members of the nerd on nation that is powered by patriotic. As a member of the nation, you do get fun perks like you get early access to these episodes you get bonus episodes that nobody else hears multiple of them actually you get discounts on merchant at early access to Merch, and you get access to secret channels on our discord server. It's an it's an amazing community to join and it's always growing and it's gotten to the point where it's hard to keep up with all conversations because there's so many going at the same time. It's pretty fun I dare you to, but I, dare you to. Check that out of the link to join the nomination as nerd on TV backslash patriotic, and the linked to the discord is on. TV backslash discord. And a huge show forward. Yeah pretty straightforward. Big shout out to our partners in Crime Apogee they these microphones, the height Mike it's a wonderful microphone I really can't speak. More about it, it's such A. I. Like it. I'm just going to say it that way I really want better I love. Gotten keep recording through all of this madness. Look Super Shadow to aggie for keeping this podcast rolling Kazuya probably by not have happened without you guys. So thank you exactly exactly Kansan. String. Yes and a big shout out to Odyssey headphones who have officially recognized are statement that if your ears were mouths, they tastes like butter there that. I don't apologize for coming up to that. But I did I apologize for Korn Nor. Do I regret it then? That's that's more. I like it I apologize for everybody, but then they don't have to regret it. So. Like I said. very important show today. Our show is primarily five people and we gather around talk the things that bring us together and today is a very special day because we grace are feed with another legend and you know him for voicing Luke, skywalker Bucky the Squirrel and Emmy nominated multiple times for Porky, the pig who the one and only Bob Bergen. Is with us today and we later get to pick his brain and get his nerd on about Mrs Doubtfire. Let's so. It's going to be on with it, but thank you so much for joining us we. I have to say. This is a an honor for me and I know we talked Kinda in our what we call our digital green screen of how much the looney tunes have meant to us in our fandom in our nerd them and This is a complete honor to have you on the show. Thank your please but thank you. how has how has this quarantine and everything been for you? How's how is life in? Twenty Twenty Bob urban. Well. That's a multifaceted question girl. I would I I miss. I was on the phone of just four this little buddy of mine who works on soap opera and he said you know I miss a handshake and this hugging people I just I. I went to the bank the other day to make the opposite as I still do it the old fashioned way at Mass on saying to the teller. Got Him smiling. Right and I'm not going to rob you just because I'm worrying about it feels awkward. So. You know I, look. Everybody's had to adapt. I can tell you professionally how I've had to adapt I've had to I mean I did this within ten days of quarantine I had to completely upgrade my studio. I mean I. I've always had a home studio for auditions I've never worked from home. So with intended as I spent brand. And I upgraded my home studio McCoy's had broadcast booth but did not have broadcast all our where we're software and I do and with actors are extremely fortunate because we're the only John row of acting that were able to continue making a living at this. I got friends in New York on Broadway they can't even wait tables. So no I don't I don't. taken for granted and. It was it was one of those things where it was this major disruption but if you just had to go with the flow were able to keep working. So I consider myself fortunate. Info I could see Kudos to you for having the wherewithal to make that pivot within the first ten days of everything happening because I'm also a voice actor and you know you you see within the community of of the industry that you're in everyone was trying to figure out scrambling to figure out how to make it work. So the fact that you did it in ten days, it's Kinda like all. Okay Nice. That's Beijing. It was kind of like you know do or die I am on a handful right now, an animated feature right now, a whole bunch of games right now, and if I didn't want to be replaced or disrupt. Election I had to I had to go with the flow and. You know you wasn't I didn't even ask twice I just did what? I think twice about West hanaway. Allergy. The fact that we're talking right now on zoo ruled myself. Back. That I was able to get the gallery view on thrill I mean I know, Lsu this is my knowledge of technology a light switch that's on that's off it so A moral story gang of I can do this anybody. I mean variance. Wouldn't count yourself to sure I. You know obviously, we talked about how we like to do a little bit of a homework when we have our guests on and how you ended up getting Mel Blanc's number and calling him When you decided that you wanted to voice porky pig and you know going through the phone books that's an engineer witty I feel like you know but you know. People ask me this all the time. How did she get the nerve to do that I? Didn't think it was nerdy I thought luck you WANNA be a doctor taller doctor. You want to be call on account. I wanted to be an animated pigs all. And and I think sometimes you know when you're young. You just don't think that this is something that is unusual. and become adults with imitations ourselves out of fear. And not wanting to look stupid. My biggest fear was that I was wasn't to find his own number or he was going to hang up on but the worst case scenario is again a male hang up on me. Yeah Yeah we always says we say here at Nirvana it's one of our core philosophies is that you can't get a yes unless you ask. So it's like reaching out to. Or reaching out to some of the guests that we've had, you can't do this. You know even though we were like two degrees one degree of separation like reaching out to you. It's like well. Unless I ask him. It is very much. So kind of rewiring yourself to to make sure you have You're in touch with that part of yourself as a kid who really doesn't care about what people think and just kind of wants what they want and isn't afraid to go get it and it's it's definitely you know pays off tenfold if you can if you can find a way to to hang onto it. And, and it's it's really cool to see that like that kind of founding principle for you and you were fourteen calling and the phone books and sending letters and asking all the kind of questions has followed you up to now where you know. You don't mind like doing whatever you think might be the necessary thing and finding solutions for whatever problem. That's what lead you to intend as I had solutions for things because I wasn't like questioning what the right thing to do was I was just like looking for the answers and I found that there's no possibility of success without risking failure and you know I always tell my students that Sunday you're going to be on your deathbed and..

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on The News Junkie

"Have that clip. I was ready to go with during the filming of Mrs Doubtfire in Nineteen Ninety-three Robin. Williams improvised so much there were PG. PG, thirteen or an NC seventeen edits of the film ends seventeen one. Wouldn't give to watch that hell. Yeah, I, also just heard that Fritz plausible took him. It took him. Fifty takes to do the same with the Meringue mask the Pie. Oh my God, and it's such a great movie. It's that. itself is just so perfect, also really quick Seibert Golden Played Mathilde. Played the youngest now I don't now. She's acting anymore. Tired, from acting, she got all the money's now turn Coca Cola makes US special coke for Jews during Passover which has a yellow cab that means it does not have high fructose corn, Syrup so if you open up the fridge, seven eleven and see one was a yellow cab. High Fructose Corn Syrup is not kosher. Something that has well in an existent. If something's duties, some Jews cannot eat during Passover. Anything with. Levin ingredients and they take this out kidney yacht, or whatever watch him now and so they they make it for everybody else to enjoy that something that like when you are born into the Jewish faith or convert that they just tell you automatically the Yellow Day. Say At temple like. Hey! Yellow catacomb. Sure. Today learn this show..

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on WDRC

"It's nice of you to visit me in jail Valentine but what's the use of going over the same story again a centuries Mr Pollack alright on the night of the game in that key I can't prove it why should you believe me anymore than anyone else because I happen to know a little more about the lady in question I'm afraid let's stop being delicate all of this and if you like your type of major the odd man in the triangle that's why Dunlap was giving you the gate hi I tried to break up with her but she always managed to be around taunting me she had me spending on my head and what's your name did you have a fight with don right when he fired you know why I wish they had been I would have been easier than the way it works on he was heard and I was sick and ashamed of myself he knew there were others and that made the whole thing even cheaper I surely just firing you started was in the hands of a talent well he knew that one of my last acts as his secretary was drawing up papers that cut out of his will now wait a minute they just put you in deeper that means Paul I had no motive Hey how about insurance slower that was a big policy Philip took out recently with Paul as beneficiary he didn't change that I was in a kind of strange well it wasn't something he overlook it was a funny smile on his face when he told me he was leaving that as is our hands on a Valentine I didn't kill Philip when I was there I didn't even know he was out on the road okay how to take it easy I'll do what I can what can you do you'll never get the truth about the key out of Paula induct awards warms the sweat was a man out there struggling with Philip what man a bird when one of Porter's ex boyfriends or possibly the man on the moon I think I'll drop in on Paul again I don't know what to expect a fine but with a gal like that the unexpected is bound to be interesting that isn't my next door neighbor what now covers your group doubling well maybe I did make a little bit but you didn't believe me anyway did you Mrs Doubtfire Paula okay or too bad about young Sterrett isn't what it thing displayed with restriction window can I get you anything you may as well make ourselves comfortable you get a head start on those lounging pajamas there really some I was wondering when you're going to notice Hey anon I never appreciated before one lounging pajamas can do for a woman didn't now now I might say if he were on a roll someone happen to see hear from doctor warms lease window he might mistake of romance if they've never seen a woman before his office is more than two blocks away but to get back to a hypothetical woman yeah how much you get should have coming to work her husband were murdered and it was a nice fat insurance policy the only thing he didn't Colorado gotten a long way from lounging pajamas I don't know and I can't help wondering what the lady in question would do if you had a perfect pets in a difficult young man who was suffering pangs of conscience he might even do something brash if you happen to remember the Phi beta Kappa key he gave her in a tender moment tell me have you confided these flights of fancy to anyone hello my sweet I want you to be the first to know can you live sleep a rolling your eyes reading all those magazines another angle to this lady of the rooftop policy with all the insurance money sure to get an admiring eyes for a certain broad shouldered character who seems to know what it's all about she might make life very pleasant the Harry you couldn't say he knew what it was all about if he felt like that now could you to get my cigarette before we go on with the game where you can quit playing anytime you want my dear old father used to play a lot of poker you think they they gain was never over until the last block with cold the general man tell you that even one of those a feminine looking automatics make a loud noise and leave holes when they go on I have a permit for this gun come on now Paula let's see if you can answer that phone with one hand you know Georgie that could be our next to the last remark phone stops ringing and I worry a self into a tizzy trying to guess what one we've been proposing a lot of things here tonight now let me drop it off the pond they found you draped on the floor there with a bullet in your head okay when I was in bed when I heard sounds in the living room I open the door it was a figure in the document after everything I've been through I didn't stop to think I shop the Paula I get handed to you Paula given on the continent and I get my story straight when I shoot you when they have to tell a story a thousand times tonight though it's got to be perfect okay is still all too long you miss your chance to be at home if you have a state issued me now you're talking a behind you that somebody out there on the pedals real high you know I'm smarter than that what when you you I tried to call then I remembered about the empty penthouse next door in the adjoining plot neck and somebody just a little parlor game proxy yes yeah I was just showing that the Valentine how I almost mistook him for an intruder and he did it really will probably find it very amusing when we tell him about it haha that ain't the way I the mother time being angel we have to see things fall as way but more important right now is to see if we can get a man out of bed that's.

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on Q95

"Go back to the to the thirties Iraq gonna step out and paint the town red frock how about a frog in my brand hip Philly Brodheadsville later when Mrs Doubtfire says jazz rock fusion wear this dress or this product and she goes along with a dress and Mrs Doubtfire says well just get the **** out of here I screamed with laughter I couldn't believe on a tight drunken Hemingway's days actually right well I got to many was any monies are tight tight while Thailand yeah little tight yeah the words for drunk really they really change around hi I used to be drunk or stoned used to mean drawing up and then that turned into into a **** some form of turnt if you are and he turned clicker what exactly does he really click click click click do you have any more oldies up there hooch for booze love will be well I like making wallpapers it will be a wait a minute galoshes on hand I wanted I wanted to ask April may see what did your parents call a prison I'm home now just hoping you'd stay home now I I feel like jail my mom always said who's got the who's got a lot of that you don't hear that much anymore the who's go she grew up in the old west now would you say that you I was born in nineteen seventeen however she talking about prisons what should you say behave yourself you're gonna end up in the who's helped yeah did you just get out at any point there was like five to seven years you didn't figure my mother was not in prison thank you it'll sticks metal sticks a fertile sticks are a lot of these terms were just develop so they could use them in movies Paramore's they couldn't I remember going to take a lot of a like parliament like Paramore menthol I know you said this would be what you want to admit it or not.

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:01 min | 2 years ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Leave of Michigan called for a federal minimum wage of twenty dollars per hour at an event in Detroit on Sunday night this from fox news prompting mockery from conservatives and threatening to force mainline Democrats in the twenty twenty presidential race to address the issue now in the upcoming debates leave a comment came during remarks to the restaurant opportunities center of Michigan and the labor rights group one fair wages were recorded by the conservative political action committee America rising the Democrat controlled house of representatives passed a fifteen dollar federal minimum wage bill last week but it has little chance of passing the GOP controlled Senate to leave referring to the federal minimum wage for these workers said the tipped employees make two dollars and thirteen cents per hour think about that for one minute people cannot live in those kind of wages and I cannot allow people to be living off tips you know relying on tips for wages it's just not enough to support our families by the way when we started it it should have been fifteen dollars she said at the event now I think it should be twenty dollars thank white white just twenty make sure America rising hears that she continued to applause it should be twenty dollars an hour eighteen to twenty dollars an hour at this point no no no well I know it should be twenty dollars twenty nine dollars because twenty ends in zero and people are worth more than three I'm sorry I'm just trying to give the liberal something to chew on so far the Bernie Sanders campaign has been silent okay fine twenty what about your employees okay twenty five like the archer you're twenty nine bird is the only one in the audience is the only better okay only five twenty nine why not make it fifty okay seriously you know she says twenty why hasn't look you've got and Yang saying twenty four thousand every American yeah should be every American household twenty four thousand every American household if you're going to promote that that doesn't have a chance in hell of me of of making it why not propose fifty dollars an hour if we're going to just go in a fantasy land a hundred dollars an hour one million dollars why not a hundred dollars an hour for every don't be ridiculous one nine why why not wealthy all that would be too hard on the employers we know that fifteen dollars an hour the Congressional Budget Office has already said will the it will put a million and a half to three point seven million people out of work completely Democrats don't care about that now when you step out no that's not going to happen with that if it's not gonna happen for fifteen make it thirty make it forty make it fifty we don't care or reef refused to acknowledge the people that will lose their jobs and how will will overall heard an economy if you refuse to acknowledge that then why do you have a problem with fifty dollars an hour right what's the problem what's the what's the problem I go fifty I'm telling you I would know how to run as a Democrat I really would yeah all right yeah I could I could do that I could run as a Democrat I could be the first I would be such a successful Democrat I would be the first man in the squad well I think we've got a problem we can't have that no man in film and a lot of the squad okay well you're in you're you're you're a white male I had if not if I don't wish to identify is one okay then because you have Mrs Doubtfire costume in your and the hotel in the body I keep that in the closet but not anymore not anymore no I mean the actual Mrs Doubtfire yeah I'm sure what a Megan even the yeah I'm sure that that was what I meant yeah I'm sure that's what were you thinking I think we all know what I was thinking meanwhile the leader of the squad okay see leader of the squad she blamed the department of homeland security and former President Bush we're back to blaming bush if you were listening last week you're saying wait a minute you guys brought up what was the last person to blame bush service so as we brought it up couple days later there's a caster Cortez blaming bush for the immigration crisis I appreciate the Democrats for bringing me back into the news cycle she was a she was had a a town hall event and when people say all you want to talk about dismantling DHS or policy nice and all those things these are such radical agendas first of all I think that re organizing and getting rid of DHS is not as radical as George bush's creation and implementation of DHS in the first place and then she goes on to you know explain why in really doesn't make any sense but I wanna get to the point that's important she said I think migration to me is liberation it's the ability to move and to be it's the freedom to be really is what we're talking about and I think all people should be free to be here and in our communities end of quote open borders right do away with DHS do away with the border patrol ice was just three months ago four months ago we were getting Democrats bonus stop with the open borders they're not they're not moving towards open borders yeah and she's not the face yeah yeah we got that a lot to do so there you go yeah but it's it's it's no surprise here's my question though how far to go with the convention next summer about a year out so much can change in twelve months so much can change in twelve Manuel look the the former head of Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood is now an oppressor right yeah Martina don't never to load was an oppressor right who would ever done that and again if you have a question about AOC being the new leadership of the party ask yourself if Nancy Pelosi will get any speaking time if anybody's looking for her endorsement in the party in terms of those running for president no will she be up there on stage with a great amount of impact full speaking time prime time no we suspect AOC will what if she's not what if a seals snob issues from Yahoo news a new report from an influential liberally think tank provided to the daily beast liberal publication says that the democratic party's decision to see the role of the law ground to what publicans creates quads the false dichotomy of America as either a nation of immigrants or nation of laws end of quote making the party and its candidates appear soft on enforcement and potentially weakening future attempts for humanitarian focused immigration reform in doing so rights Tom jar which the vice president of the immigration policy of the center for American progress supporters of humane immigration policy quote have seeded powerful rhetorical ground to immigration restriction as or happy to masquerade as the soul defenders of America as a nation of laws are member this comes from a liberal think tank right so they gonna be criticized the good they're gonna make it seem like that if you're for immigration laws that you're still crew your your cruel and you're in humane but you're winning the argument right but what they're saying is they're losing the messaging war to trump even though it's an evil message they're still you know the front messages evil they're still losing well they're losing it because it's not evil well it's very basic and it's not crazy no right as you said before it's it's of book well if you want to quote from Bonnie we go back to the whole Jim Acosta thing but he missed the substance of that argument because they were all they were concerned about was the back and forth and the the angst of a cost they missed the entire messages trump has said since that point no we don't wish to rid of immigration used the wrong terms illegal immigration legal immigration we want we wish to control our borders the Democrats have to they can't win the argument so they have to portray that anybody who believes in legal immigration but not illegal immigration is as close to Hitler's you can get that's what they had that's what they believe they have to do to win it and they're still losing it by doing it because they can't win that argument on the substance of it it's alright right the cat van and it's it's over and over again again the which which makes it easier for the reelection campaign pointing out what the left believes in pointing out what this president believes open borders he just like to put up a wall we should give them free medical care in New York he just wants to put up a wall if you don't call a man living as a woman a woman you should go to jail have you heard about him and how we'd like to put up all all and tighten border security yeah the lowering taxes getting rid of horrible regulation well you really think about it you know we talk about the whole budget thing since the budget thing doesn't matter either right party politically that gives the advantage to the Republicans since the debt is gone it doesn't hurt you with your own party anymore if it doesn't impact you there then write you because and this is what we said I mean forget the promise of correct yet on the other side that's not gonna happen because of the political backslash isn't gonna happen now I mean we go back to last December well we're gonna go ahead and go through with the deal Sarah Huckabee Sanders we're gonna go ahead and go through with the deal we we're we're not gonna shut down government because we think we can get the money somewhere else for the wall and then boom quick turn around next thing you know the president is spending the holidays at the White House well we haven't even talked about this the Ann Coulter faction will say you're gonna spend all this money and you got no wall money either right it's gonna be the next thing sure that may that may be stronger than fiscal conservative soon no you're right where's the money for the wall right just busted every budget cap possible and you got zero for the Wall here's the thing what did you get yeah and and as you said military how long can you go there you said last time remember to I got the military spent right what should be the other way around there the Democrats not to spend on military especially those Democrats that are up for reelection in those states that support the military in a strong what part of the part of the thing is the fact that you have till September thirtieth and there are there right that that that's a really is getting fiscal conservatives mad the fact that you crumbled so worldly you didn't even say let's take it to the point of seeing if we can get more budget cut or more restraints from the Democrats by taking it right up to the limit of September thirtieth now let's concede two months early right yeah I which I believe I believe that I believe in members a cut good conservatives that are left in Congress that's it really is taking off some of them but there was no fight in the administration to really get anything of substance now they did say well well we got we we got some of it.

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That's right, man. That guy's very settled. Good. That's really cool. Thanks for. I think it was Robert who turned us onto that dude. Just one call and we've got content. It is awesome. Tim Hardin days. H A W K I N S, go look them up. Who's been on my shotgun phone longest here. We we didn't talk to Susan. She back. Hey, susan. Dog with you better. People watch the Super Bowl ever, background noise. Just waiting for the commercial come on. Some do. Okay. Listen to the north shore waiting for Crozier to come on. I love the way reaching those. Oh, yeah. Crozier's great. Love crow. I about unions down there. Then I go up here. What I was wondering. Oh, let me stay on. Maybe not like, MRs Doubtfire. Yeah. You. Did you start to come from Philly? Transported to Philly. What I was wondering closure in house chores. He does in between, you know, between your between between news breaks. I was wondering what what what is what does he get to do? Oh, I don't know. What do you mean? What does he do be between news breaks a Noory shown? Oh, yeah. We we have a full on a laundromat in here. It'd be tween. Yeah. So he iron Duri from from the top of the hour sweeping to the bottom. It's it's it's all of his unmentionable 's and then from the bottom sweeping to the top. He does his is that right? Yeah. Okay. Well, I just wanted to let you know just. I mean. I just know so much about your news young school. Our thanks for phoning. Hey, thank God there. She goes shout out on big Crozier fan. Wow. That's pretty cool. All over that guy. He's good. I can't read the name on line. Three is a Tremaine. Yes. Tremaine Tremain you're on the air. Right. Hey. What's happening? Well, first thing I wanted to give honoring game down to you John with you Tremaine. Second one to holy up before I get caught off because. Yeah, take Tommy boy over the dot fi. I grew Jim Carrey fan, but I'll take broil them down five any day. Mrs Doubtfire funny. It's funny. She said she set him up for that. She's like, oh, you don't find it. Funny. Control back to me by. Wow, Terry by MRs Doubtfire is catching up now. Now trailing only sixty forty come on Tommy, boys art, or by whoever is online for who's on my shotgun phone. You got Terry on with up, Terry. Mrs Doubtfire, I have to say to get movie. But I'm embarrassed to say, it always makes me cry at the end gets that right to great movie. In the courtroom, and he find hey spoiler alert is so good. Poll, by the way. Mrs Doubtfire.

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Woman feels no pain due to rare gene mutation, researchers say

Jason and Alexis

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Woman feels no pain due to rare gene mutation, researchers say

"Has an incredible story of a woman that feels absolutely no pain. I saw this headline. I just I and I saw it on the CBS evening news. What's the what's the deleo? She seventy one years old her name is Joe Cameron. And she has a rare genetic mutation that keeps her from feeling pain or anxiety. Oh, wow. The first time she notice it was when she gave birth. Everybody told her it was gonna be really painful, the hours were on nothing. Bothered her even without an EPA d'oro. She could feel that her body was changing. But it didn't hurt her. It's he likened it to a tickle. So she would tell other mothers that were getting better. Was like a tickle tickle? She knew that things were changing. But she literally doesn't feel the pain. She said, don't worry. It's not as bad as people say it is. So that's what she's telling other mothers who hadn't had. Oh my gosh. Then four decades later now people now know that she has this mutation something else that happened is that she actually like ranch ran off the road and crashed her car didn't feel any pain or anxiety. That's the thing that I want. She she crashed her car and felt nothing. Yes. She didn't feel anything. She hasn't been able to experience pain her whole life. And this is a little bit dangerous because the only way one time she burned her hand. Self. I was just that was the example. I was I was going to say this is all finding good. But in a situation like I dunno like missing remember when MRs Doubtfire burned or fake boobs. What if you can't feel I was just gonna say the burn thing? To know what not to do. She she knew she was being burned as she smelled her flesh. Oh boy. So she also reports that eating chill those super hot ghost peppers left. Only a pleasant glow in her mouth. Oh my gosh. She also. You have anything going on? Thank you feed. I mean, what's her thing? Oh you. What the hell the stinky feet? No pain trying to give her another. Flex was. Should we really add something else, you're like, really, stinky, arm pants or woman enough to bear? Some ways to live without pain. We do need paying for to recognize the good know the nonpaying moments. But there is something about that. Like, a science wise. How does that work is it? I mean, it must be just the chemistry mutation or the. They're studying her and trying to develop. Something maybe that we could all once in the future not feel pain, especially from this woman taking her jeans figuring out what the mutation is. She even she cannot recall ever feeling depressed or scared. She's very happy in. That's she's never anxious. She's never had any like she scores zero on ever feeling depressed scared or anxious. So she went from being a primary school teacher to working with people with severe mental disabilities because she doesn't get anxious and can calm them down. I I guess I guess there would be some advantages, but is sucky as those feelings are part of the human experience. You know emotionally is her life. What kind of conversations does she have? That's only about the weather. Here's one of her flaws. She's forgetful. She's prone to losing your keys, and she's never felt that adrenaline rush. That people talk about whenever she can't find

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Going to jump into the best and your favorite cult movies of all time. The reason we're doing that is because we got some guys in here who are experts in that department. Josh Brown, Dan, corral and leak praise from odd obsession movies, which is a Chicago's library of film over twenty five thousand titles. DVD's VHS light laser disc, it is a haven for geeks and movie lovers. All welcome back. Hello. Let's talk about what you guys are doing next. You were you were talking about that you have something happening. Well, we're starting a fundraising drive for the store, and that's going to be some time next month. We're getting everything lined up right now, and the point, and this would be a yearly thing it's not just the one time because we do rely on the support of people who believe in what we're doing to stay in the game who believe in in film, and especially offbeat film and people who are small business enthusiasts in the community. There's a lot at stake in keeping the place around. Yeah. Especially since so many people that come in there complain about the selections that you'd find on streaming services and how and how limited they aren't how limiting they are. Yeah. How they are mostly American movies made in the past five years, and there's no sense of curation. There's no way of navigating that and there's no person there to tell you to talk to you about it. And there's no chance of discovery finding something that you something on the shelf that you wouldn't. Have thought to find before there's just so many reasons to keep a place like that around. So when you guys finally get all the details underway. Make sure you get it to me because I'll plug the hell out of it for you at the excellent give people to give some money and keep the place open because I think it's great what you guys are doing. And that you volunteer and all that stuff anytime you wanna come through this. Last semester carpet. I appreciate that. Now, let's talk about the posters from God. Shelly. How did that all start talking about that? Please. Well, well, Bryan, moved into that being his main business. So that's why pretty much Brian's been, you know, kind of on the periphery of of the store even though it's his baby because deadly prey gallery is pretty crazy. Okay. Oh, these are these are huge posters. One of kind each hand painted on flour sacks. That are that are stretched out. Yeah. And it's a tradition that began in Ghana, and that's where they're all painted. And over the years, I think he just started collecting at I just works that already existed there were somewhat rare. But then over time from out obsession movies, we commissioned specific works. So in other words, somebody could come into the store tomorrow, if they wanted, and they could say my favorite movies, this I want to pay you guys this amount of money and the artists in Ghana will begin, you know, communicating with Brian, and then we'll figure it out and then anywhere between six months and a year later, they have this poster that's hand painted and the posters are pretty crazy. Because the artists take liberties which are. Strange odd, sometimes perverse. Yeah. Yeah. Cool. Yeah. One of the things that I I was reading about here is that there is a death wish to poster that has Gerald's Bronson time fighting monstrous sabertooth reptile that never happened in death wish to post for MRs Doubtfire over. Yeah. Like, Robin Williams having himself with a broom or something. The broom handle. That's awesome. Yeah. I think it's MRs Doubtfire stabbing Robin Williams. That's that's pretty cool. That's pretty cool. Well, that's that's really great, man. That's that's that's really cool, and very original an awesome. So let me give before we before we let you guys get outta here. Josh, what are some of your favorite movies, my favorite movie favorite movie? Yeah. But they're kinda strange ones. I or not that strange. Maybe there to normal for for this group, the twilight samurai, okay? Yeah. That's a great one. Yeah. It is. I'm just sick about it. If I wanna torture myself. I watch contempt. Oh, man. I like the way you put that very accurate and for something more recent I I'm absolutely infatuated with Michael, Shannon, and a love take shelter. Take shelter is such a great movie. Yeah. Jeff nichols. By the way, all of his movies are great. They're all great. Yeah. Loving. I liked loving. It was his most accessible movie if you like sepia tone, but no I loved it. Assuming you've seen Chuck in stories. Oh god. I love that movie. It's so good. It's just that was the obviously was the first movie I ever saw that he directed. And I went what. Oh, I mean, obviously, I know Michael, Shannon. You know because I was in. I was I theatre here for like fourteen fifteen years cross paths with him a bunch of times. And so, you know, obviously, I know how great that guy is. But take shelter is a is a is a magnificent movie. I mean, he's so fantastic. He gave me goosebumps in man of steel monologue at cheering up and had goosebumps. And I was like this is supposed to happen. No. It's not supposed to right. Yeah. Ever see, my son, my son? What have you done? Yes. That's a fucking. Did you get it? You got it. Okay. I'm sorry. Really scared. We got it. That was further along the interview. I'm sorry. That's okay. Favorite movie? Oh, man. I like I like weird like campy stuff. So probably whatever happened to baby Jane? That's a great movie. Did you watch feud? I have not seen. Okay. I know this story. Yeah. It's pretty great Ministro shack is another big favorite. I love hurts. Yeah. Yeah. I like, you know, like John waters a lot, obviously. Like. Almodovar ally. I'm a young guy. I'm just kind of kind of explore still learning. So I'm just kind of okay to whatever I'm into at the moment. What's your favorite movie? You got a favorite. I'd probably be the third man. I just love. I I saw the other restored print of that. It was like in in nineteen ninety nine or two thousand and it was just a yeah. So stirring, and I love votre vie. Claire Dini, I just I just love that movie. It's like the best movie the nineties, and I'm a huge fan of an Australian movie called wake in fright, which I think is like the best movie I've ever seen about the insanity of what it is to get drunk. I think that it just nails it. Right. And gosh, I really like I really like a lot of stuff from Iran. I love Abbas Kiarostami soldiers all just shot and cars just conversations of people driving in cars, and it's fascinating sound like a lot of stuff. Yeah. My favorite movie of all time. Magnolia. Yeah. Yeah. That's my favorite. It's my favorite movie of all time. You can return to that. I think that has a lot of. Yeah. No, no, no. It is. It is a really. I remember the first time I saw it. I was overwhelmed by it by by the crisscrossing of the story and the and just the the the the balls of it. Yeah. To two hours over two hours into a three hour and ten minute movie. Suddenly, there's a musical number suddenly everybody who's singing wise up there. Singing, Amy, man. Yeah. And it's like where did that come from either you buy it? That's that's the point in the movie where you either check out or you're invested for the rest of it for the next hour. The frogs. This is the greatest movie. So much. I like about it. I like the Ricky Jay opening I love the team of whose performance. Manson best movie. It's it's the best performance he's ever given. And I was so angry that year because he's now for the Academy Award Michael Caine one for cider house rules. Yeah. Right. Michael cain. Michael cain. But but Tom Cruise was amazing and magnolia. And and another thing another supporting actor who got ripped off out of a Paul Thomas. Anderson movie was Burt Reynolds. Yeah. He was nominated for boogie nights and Robin Williams one for smart guy with a mop the good will hunting. So yeah, that's the Oscars for it is the Oscar Nick, what's your favorite sleeper horror film, because you're a hard sleeper horror movie, like something that people I, you know, it's probably going to be it's probably going to be. Graveyard, man. Sorry. It's a great movie. I like. I like I like as you mentioned we will talk off the air about we were talking about superior, and which is one of my one of my favorites. Maybe scariest move ever seen. I love the Italian stuff. I really do. And I am I'm a big guy too. So. So that kind of stuff does it for me. We'll you guys I love what you're doing. I really do man. And I'm going gonna stop in swear to you. I'm gonna I'm gonna combustion in and it's out of session movies. And again, keep me posted on on on the on the mission that you guys are gonna do I will plug the hell out of it. So we can get some money on your way out of session movies is an eighteen thirty north Milwaukee avenue. They're open seven days a week, two PM to ten PM and odd obsession dot com is the website got there's a lot of fun talking to you guys. We'll take a break. We got the news coming up next right here on seven twenty WGN shake his hand. That's all I'm saying he will not shake your hand. Howie Mandel fist-bump. He's got germ issues. All right coming up at at at six o'clock. Steve Cochran has your morning drive. And right now, let's get to the newsroom, and it's one thirty in. Here's Vic Vaughn, debates county judge has denied bail for Kentucky man, accused of kidnapping robbing and sexually assaulting a woman Friday in the western suburbs. Thirty four year old Justin. Dow Colo was arrested in Chicago over the weekend. The women's twenty one year old college student who was home visiting for spring break down Colo is due back in court, April twelfth special counsel, Robert Muller's final report on Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen US presidential election, or at least a version of it will be made public over the next few weeks. Congress will get a look I in the public, and that's Cording to a statement made yesterday by official at the Justice department. That official also said there are no plans to allow the White House of I look before it's released a congress and a family on Chicago's south has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the police department. The suit claims officers raided their home on February tenth. Says they executed a search warrant for a suspect. Who hasn't lived there in at least five years the suit also claims that happened during a four year old's birthday party boys mother, accused his the officers of smashing the birthday cake trashing the apartment in a pointing their guns at the boy and his seven-year-old sister, no arrests were made. And families lawyer says none of the contraband items listed in.

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"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mrs doubtfire" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Area where MRs Doubtfire. Thank you. Moccasins? Oh, you do you have the desire. Because I will leave Jesus. I really did. Right. You ever saw them looking. I'm an actor. You give me a back story. I get into. So what is he doing? Torturing people. Idea. Well, hey live on the air. I already know what you're gonna say. Hold on. Right. Okay. What am I gonna say? Tell me that you're going to go on this cruise. Oh. Imitates ever of her mom. Oh, no Hermanos different Obama's not at high pitch. Hey, my my mother-in-law's. Squalor. Amanda, it's Bob Kelly. How are you? Hi, good. How are you? Remember, Bob, right? He's one of the very he's one of the many comedians that spend nights nicer house, of course. You said you like the popcorn machine? Have you had the popcorn? It's delicious. I'm talking. Stop stop leading the way. Leading the way. Amanda, did you like the popcorn? What flavor flav of flavors? I don't even need to read anywhere flavor on it. So what? So it had no flavor. The popcorn. It was..

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Sally Field on a lifetime in Hollywood

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Sally Field on a lifetime in Hollywood

"Today, we listen back to the also winning actress Sally field the minute. I walked on stayed something. Struck me electricity, a bell rang, and the self-imposed fog that I had been living in just cleared, and I could hear myself, and I was alive for this moment for the second. I was free and weightless I spent my life chasing, the firefly's on the edges of my is. That was Sally field. The double Oscar winning actress and the fog she was escaping descended following sexual abuse. By a stepfather jock Mahoney when she was a child she lost herself in acting career began as a teenager playing the all American lead in gidget. She went on to star in the flying nun, and then made her first film the way west with Kirk Douglas in nineteen sixty seven a host of television movies, followed before she joined her then boyfriend, but Reynolds in the box office hit smokey and the bandit Reynolds was another controlling man in her life. As was the film director, Bob Raffelson's. She was forced to kiss before being cast by him in stay hungry. She won her first Askar for the title role of Numa Ray in nineteen eighty and she's appeared in amongst others. Steel magnolias, MRs Doubtfire and Forrest Gump winning another best actress Academy Award for places in the heart in one thousand nine hundred five she was given an outstanding lead. Actress EMMY for television show. Brothers and sisters and most recently was nominated for best actress in Lincoln in two thousand and twelve she's written a memoir in pieces. I'm Georgina Godwin, and I sat down with her in the big interview. Sally. We're here in London. And you've been hit promoting your book, which is an extraordinary book. It's about this amazing life full of experience, but also Chuma to degree a wonderfully brave book, but it also charts your acting career, and I wondered if you'd always known that you were going to act well by the time, you know, you're thinking about what are you going to be when you grow up kind of thought, I think it was always an actor.

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This Precious ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Reunion Will Melt Your Heart: Pic

Memphis Morning News

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

This Precious ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Reunion Will Melt Your Heart: Pic

"Of nice though, MRs Doubtfire reunion reunion. What does that mean? Well, Pierce Brosnan got together with the children who were stars of MRs Doubtfire all grown up. So they reunited twenty-five years later for a cast photo. Sally field was not in this. I know right. Matthew Lawrence Mara Wilson. And Lisa Jacka. They played the three children in that movie. Sellafield couldn't make it to the reunion dinner as she was on tour promoting her new book, and they were all interviewed by NBC's today. Four

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