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01:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Earlier. Next week story is not as sad. But it does feature a suicide a murder and a public debate over whether or not the star of miracle on thirty fourth street had sex in a movie theater. Join us then won't you? Thanks for listening to you must remember. This. Today's episode was written narrated and produced by Karina Longworth. That's me our research and production assistant is Lindsay d Schoenholtz. Our social media assistant is Brendan Whelan. This episode was edited by Cameron Druze and our logo was designed by teddy blanks. For more information about this episode and other episodes, please go to our website, you must remember this podcast dot com. There. You'll find show notes for every episode with information about our sources music used and much more. If you like the show, please tell anyone you can any way that you can you can follow us on Twitter at remember this pod. And we're on Facebook and Instagram too and my book seduction sex lies and stardom in Howard Hughes's. Hollywood is available now from Amazon or your local independent bookstore. We'll be back next week with another tale from the secrets, and or forgotten histories of Hollywood's first century join us, then won't you? Good nights.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Thanks for listening to you must remember. This. Today's episode was written narrated and produced by Karina Longworth. That's me our research and production assistant is Lindsay d Schoenholtz. Our social media assistant is Brendan Wayland. This episode was edited by Cameron Druze and our logo was designed by teddy blanks. For more information about this episode and other episodes, please go to our website, you must remember this podcast dot com there you'll find show notes for every episode with information about our sources music used and much more. If you like the show, please tell anyone you can any way that you can you can follow us on Twitter at remember this pod. And we're on Facebook and Instagram too. And my. Book seduction sex lies and stardom in Howard Hughes's. Hollywood is available now from Amazon or your local independent bookstore. We'll be back next week with another tale from the secrets, and or forgotten histories of Hollywood's first century join us, then won't you good night. Still.

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Thanks for listening to you must remember. This. Today's episode was written narrated and produced by Karina Longworth. That's me our research and production assistant is Lindsay d Schoenholtz. Our social media assistant is Brendan Whelan. This episode was edited by Cameron Druze and our logo was designed by teddy blanks. For more information about this episode and other episodes, please go to our website, you must remember this podcast dot com there you'll find show notes for every episode with information about our sources music used and much more. If you like the show, please tell anyone you can any way that you can you can follow us on Twitter at remember this pod. And we're on Facebook and Instagram too. And my. I book seduction sex lies and stardom in Howard Hughes's. Hollywood is available now from Amazon or your local independent bookstore. We'll be back next week with another tale from the secrets, and or forgotten histories of Hollywood's first century join us, then won't you good night. The spanish.

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05:45 min | 1 year ago

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"She even ran unsuccessfully for European parliament in one thousand nine hundred nine, but despite the fact that her last onscreen appearance came in nineteen Ninety-seven she has remained a fixture of international headlines over the past twenty years into her eighties nineties. Gina would stay with her. First husband throughout the bulk of her movie stardom, though, she would say the marriage had functionally ended years before she announced their separation in nineteen sixty six and obtained an Italian divorce in nineteen seventy one just a few months after the practice was legalized in that Catholic country in nineteen Eighty-four when she was fifty seven she went to a party in Monaco and met eight twenty three year old man named havi air regale Gina later admitted. I have always had a weakness for young men. The pair began dating. In fact, according to some news reports they dated for twenty two years before announcing their engagement, and then according to Gina they were engaged for only two months before calling the whole thing. Off later. Gina would clarify her side of the story. She claimed she had only been involved with rebel for two years beginning in two thousand four and that when Rigo decided to lie about the lanes of their involvement. She didn't protest and yet. There are images of the pair together on Getty. Dating back as far as two thousand one in two thousand ten Lollobrigida and regale were married in Barcelona. There were eight witnesses in attendance. But Gina Lollobrigida says she wasn't there. She claims she didn't even know about the wedding. And that it preceded with a proxy in her place. Regale would say that she did in fact know about the wedding and the proxy and had signed documents approving it and that the couple had wanted to get married in this. Extremely unconventional fashion in order to avoid media attention when Gina did discover the wedding. She claims she filed a lawsuit against her husband for committing fraud. The pair have continued to sue one another for years in two thousand fifteen with the situation still very much unresolved Gina vowed to Vanity Fair, I will destroy the son of a bitch, eventually Gina's adult son became worried that his mother was not totally sound mind. And in two thousand fourteen petitioned in talian court to assign an administrator to take over power of attorney over Gina's finances. At the time. The eighty seven year old Lolo was living with a twenty seven year old male assistant slash manager, named Andrea Piazzolla the star believed her son was trying to prevent her from giving any of her money to her new young friend slash employees. Who she insisted was the best person. I have ever found in my life until now. The Italian court decided that Gina Lollobrigida was of sound mind, and that an administrator was unnecessary. But a court ruled against Lollobrigida in the gal case in two thousand seventeen the most recent interview, I could find with Gina published in September two thousand eighteen in the Italian daily newspaper, the Corriere della Serra includes much fiery commentary on all of these matters. She insisted that the rebel marriage was a sham and that the courts would soon side with her appeal. She conducted this interview accompanied by Andrea he has Ola who made sure she didn't say too much about regale. She was scheduled for a major TV interview that same week, but was rushed to the hospital after a fall at home left her with a bloody nose. Luckily, she was reported to have said blood from the nose is blessing. This concludes our many season on the peripheral stories of seduction sex lies and stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood. We'll be back soon with the continuation of our season fact checking Hollywood Babylon join us, then won't you? Thanks for listening to you must remember. This. Today's episode was written narrated and produced by Karina Longworth. That's me. Our editor is a Livia NAT our research and production assistant is Lindsay Schoenholtz. Our social media

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03:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Though, she probably has no more talent than it takes for black eyed Susan to allure ABI genome was said to possess something else. The iron will of the true star personality. She is up at five every morning works hard until six in the evening. Studies her part or read scripts for an hour before bed at ten. She was said to be obsessed with how her image was disseminated in the international media carefully filling scrapbooks with clippings and using the courts to enforce and shape her persona, quote, Gina's, most extravagant outbursts of vanity are connected with her hobby suing people she has been involved in as many as ten lawsuits at once her most famous day in court came when she asked for damages from an Italian movie critic who wrote a derogatory review about her adore. He and his editor were fined one hundred seventy six dollars and costs. Gina was still unable to make movies in Hollywood. But her best chance for Hollywood stardom came in nineteen fifty-six with trapeze, a technicolor circus movie directed by Carol Reed, and featuring Gina as a want in Lee self interested sex pot who plays an aging crippled. Master trapeze artists played by Burt Lancaster against his young protege played by Tony Curtis. I had never heard of trapeze before I started writing this episode, and I have no idea why. Because it's terrific in looks incredible. The wide screen colors Matafi by Robert Kraft Skar who shot reads, the third man makes for maybe the most gorgeous film of its era filmed almost entirely inside trap e is has that strange and very nineteen fifties juxtaposition of dreamlike deck. Artificiality and naturalism with performances influenced by method acting and an effort at realism in the trapeze stunts, some of which Lancaster who had been a circus acrobat in the nineteen thirties performed himself. This mixed vibe as perfect for the Brigitta who with probably her most challenging English language part certainly to this point shows more depth as a performer than any film of hers that I've seen in nineteen fifty eight after trapeze had successfully crossed her over to the American market Orson Welles made a short film, originally called Viva Italia. But sometimes called portrait of Gina. Wells had been working in England and Europe since the late nineteen forties. A period that included the triumph of his role in Carol. Reads, the third man, but also included a lot of struggle by nineteen fifty eight when he made portrait of Gina wells was over a decade removed from the peak of his American success. He appears on camera in the short documentary, which was intended to be aired on ABC television in the US, very overweight dressed in a tuxedo and hat a cigar. Ever-present he frequently addresses the camera and interstitial transitional segments. And even in interviews with the subjects of the peace. He seems to be really talking to the viewer rather than the interviewee when ABC received Wells' cut of the movie, they refused to air it. And it's easy to see. Why wasn't appropriate for mainstream TV network, then.

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04:37 min | 2 years ago

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"And it's a ritual cast which included Yvonne as the nuclear families, vampire matriarch, and Fred Gwynne as her Frankenstein 's husband became synonymous with their characters fitting considering where Yvonne got her start. The munsters was intentionally modeled after Universal's monster movies of the nineteen thirties which had become Staples of late night TV. But otherwise, the show was basically a spoof on nineteen fifties sitcoms with a few occasional reminders that most of its protagonists were. Dead in this clip, Yvonne's lily confesses to her niece a disturbing secret. She's discovered about her husband. It's a disaster. What's wrong lily? We'll be disgraced ruined wiped off the face of the. Your Herman is overdrawn at the Bank and co hermit. I can't believe it down through history. There's only happened once before in our family when grandpa overdue account at the blood Bank. Uncle say anything about this. No. He's too proud. Why if he found out that we knew he was broke? He never be able to look himself in the face again. Maybe crime could help us out. He's very well off. He was he was, but you know, the expression you can't take it with you. Well grandpa did. Universal produced seventy episodes of the munsters over two seasons, and then canceled the show when ratings dropped against its new competitor Batman, but the sitcom which became a phenomenon in syndication revitalized Yvonne's career and led to new opportunities in straight horror from the power in nineteen sixty eight to eighty schlock like vultures and play dead and in between came career highlight that looks like an outlier amongst the rest of the car those work. But in hindsight is not just the kind of thing that she was preparing for from the beginning. But was clearly tailored specifically for her. Here is Yvonne decarlo in nineteen Eighty-four talking about her triumph of a better decade and a half earlier. I finally made it to Broadway in a brand new sparkling musical cold follies. It was produced by that prince of Othello herald prince and choreographed by Michael Bennett, the genius, of course, line and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, the fabulous even sometime I played the part of a former wealthy movie star called Carlotta campy on. And I'm honored to say that Stephen Sondheim wrote a song for me or rather for Carlotta was a volleys girl class of forty six. And since I'm still here. I would like to see it for you. Times times I've seen them all in my. Sometimes sometimes just pretzels Yvonne decarlo was still here until two thousand seven when she died at the age of eighty four. Next week. We will conclude this miniseries with the tail of another exotic beauty whose brief encounter with Howard Hughes would for better or for worse. Become part of her legacy. Join us then won't you? In Dante's bucks. The nine was. Hey, I'm here. On red lines. Freshen was I. Thanks for listening to you must remember. This. Today's episode was written narrated and produced by Corrine along that's me. Our editor is alluvia. Now, our research and production assistant is Lindsay d shown

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04:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Toward the end of Hughes's nearly year long sojourn away from Los Angeles. He had been out flying with decarlo when he decided to stop and call in for his messages they landed and Howard when inside the airport telling Yvonne he would be back in five minutes. He was gone a lot longer than that. And Yvonne snuck out of the plane to see what was going on. She found him as she remembered later Yellen on the phone saying, you just don't give a damn you. Don't give a damn and I thought once that she scrambled back to the plane. And when he finally returned Hughes asked, Yvonne, are you serious about me? She found out later that Howard had been talking to Ava Gardner who had been involved with Hughes, but had told him that she was marrying Yvonne's old friend Artie Shaw. Yvonne and Howard returned to Los Angeles together where he moved into the townhouse a luxury hotel not far from the embassador there. She would visit him at night and lounge around his room, which he had filled with advertising mockups for his film via out law. The pair would eat dinner make love and then while Yvonne slept Howard would agonize over the outlaws advertising deep into the night. She noticed that he had what she described as long curling toenails, the nearly wrap themselves around his toes. This struck me as a bit strange. But I struggle it off figuring he must have some well-thought reason for them. Hughes. Yvonne furniture to fill the house. She had recently purchased with her Sallemi salary. He had a dress designed for her which she hated and only wore on dates with him. She believed they were in a serious relationship. And that they would eventually Mary. But Hughes used his prodigious influence over the local media to make sure that their relationship remains secret to anyone outside the bubble in which they moved together. Still quite young and naive. Yvonne. Didn't think this was a big deal until one day when she went out to lunch with Maria Montas and Pat did Chico one of Hughes's right hand men. Montas told her to wake up Hughes was not going to marry her then did Chico of all people added his two cents. Don't you know about all the other girls in his life? Yvonne said, of course, she knew Howard had been involved with other women he talked about Billie dove almost every day. But that was in the past. Did she co and Montas were basically like Linda Darnell 's not in the past? They told her that Hughes was a compulsive liar who kept girls stashed all over town. Early that summer. Yvonne came right out and asked Hughes will we ever be married. He told her unambiguously no shortly after that he had his nearly fatal plane crash. And he and Yvonne didn't see each other for three years after that. Suddenly Yvonne got a call that he wanted to come to her house and talked to her about starring in a film for the studio. He now owned Arcadio he arrived with a script, and they had a long conversation ever vein. He was asked do I look different to you? Poetry. He must have been deeply concerned about his appearance because I had never known him to seek reassurance before Yvonne recalled, Yvonne, lied and said he didn't. But he did as she put it. Hey, looked dreadful like a caricature of his former self he had aged twenty years and become a shell of the man I had known and loved..

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"Hughes met Yvonne decarlo on the tail end of year long journey away from Los Angeles to even call it a journey is to be quite charitable to a bizarre series of events in may nineteen forty four on a test flight of his custom built Sikorsky s forty three c plane Hughes had crashed into Nevada's lake Mead and two men had died in the accident was head had the wreck of the plane removed from lake need and rebuilt. A few months later Hughes told Joe patrolling who supervised the rebuilding that he wanted to take the secorski on a trip petralli asked where they were going Hugh said Las Vegas. What he's did not tell petrole was that they would be gone for months during that period. Hughes would be completely a wall out of touch with the numerous women. He had been involved with and totally hands off on all of his businesses, including his movie production company. For the first few months Hughes and petrole bounced between Vegas Reno and Palm Springs each week. We'd move on. And all this time. We kept nine hotel rooms and six rental cards, but trolley recalled Howard gave me orders not to talk to anybody about where we were or what we were doing. In between trips Hughes would remain alone in his hotel room. Around Christmas Hughes pulled a disappearing act within his disappearing act. No, one put trolley included knew where he was for more than a month when he resurfaced in Vegas where.

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

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"In talking about the blow to her self esteem and prospects for the future that Linda suffered when she didn't get the part in the barefoot Contessa, her biographer who frequently criticizes acting ability writes that Linda realized her time in the limelight was limited and was fully aware. She was no great. Actress maybe Linda Darnell did have a low opinion of herself. And maybe she was made to feel that way because the industry didn't value her, but the more of her films that I watch the more. I'm convinced that a great actress is exactly what she was an every film of hers I've seen from stardust to no way out. She is completely credible. As a completely distinct person, this may be why she didn't have more success as a traditional glamour girl aside from the fact that a number of her characters were coded as being sexually voracious, and or manipulative of men. There was no such thing as. I'll Linda jar Nell type, she even looks markedly different from film to film things like wigs and costuming seemed to do more to transform are now from one part to another perhaps because unlike other stars who start on was based on their beauty as she took on each new character. She didn't really leave any trace of inherent personality behind. I think this is fabulous. And every time I watch a new Linda Darnell film. I'm amazed anew at how good she is. And frustrated that she wasn't appreciated for what she was able to do. Next week. We will discuss one of Dr Nells rivals for Hughes's affections. Another stunning young brunettes who believed incorrectly that Hughes would marry her. But for this young woman. Unlike Darnell perseverance became part of her brand join us, then won't you?.

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02:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Thanks for listening to you must remember. This. Today's episode was written narrated and produced by Corrine along. That's me, our editor is a obvious NAT our research and production assistant is Lindsay shown hoax. Our social media. Assistant is Brendan Waylon and our logo was designed by teddy blanks. Special. Thanks to our special guest. Noah Siegel who returned to the podcast to play Howard Hughes. For more information about this episode and other episodes, please go to our website, you must remember this podcast dot com. There. You'll find show notes for every episode with lists of all of our sources and the music used on each episode. And if you go to you must remember this podcast dot com slash said. Duck Shen, you'll find information about how to preorder the book that this season is related to seduction sex lies and stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood written by me. We also have a schedule of events that I'll be doing related to the book which include book signings film, screenings and more. If you like the show, please tell anyone you can any way that you can you can follow us on Twitter at remember this plied, and where on Facebook and Instagram to. What to win a signed copy of my new book? You can I've teamed up with my publisher to be fifty listeners chosen at random the chance to win a signed copy of seduction this giveaway is open to US residents. Eighteen years of age and older only rules and regulations apply. To learn more and enter now. Visit our web sites at you must. Remember this podcast dot com slash seduction. We'll be back next week with another tale from the secret. And or forgotten histories of Hollywood's first century join us, then won't you good night.

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02:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Thanks for listening t- you must remember this. Today's episode was written narrated and produced by Karina Longworth. That's me. Our editor is a Livia NAT. Our research and production assistant is Lindsay d Schoenholtz. Our social media assistance is Brendan Waylon, and our logo was designed by teddy blanks, special fakes to our special guest. Noah seeking who returned to the podcast to play Howard Hughes for more information about this episode and other episodes, please go to our website. You must remember this podcast dot com. Very fine. Show notes for every episode with lists of all of our sources and the music used on each episode. And if you go to, you must remember this podcast dot com. Slash said duck Shen. You'll find information about how to preorder the book that this season is related to seduction. Sex lies and stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood written by me. We also have a schedule of events that I'll be doing related to the book which include book, signings, film screenings and more. If you like the show, please tell anyone you can any way that you can. You can follow us on Twitter at remember this pod and where on Facebook and Instagram to we'll be back next week with another tale from the secrets and or forgotten histories of Hollywood's. First century join us then won't you good night. House. The story of chums. Expanse. Came to robbing.

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02:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Thanks for listening to you must remember this. Today's episode was written narrated and produced by Karina, Longworth. That's me. Our editors are Sam dingman and Jacob Smith. Our research and production assistant is Lindsay d Schoenholtz. Our social media assistant is Brendan Whelan. Original music was composed for this season by Evan viola, and our logo was designed by teddy blanks, special, thanks to our to special guests this week. John Mullany who read from Hollywood Babylon and Rachel sign who played Peggy Hopkins Joyce for more information about this episode and other episodes, please go to our website. You must remember this podcast dot com. Very, you'll find show notes for every episode which include links to our sources. If you like the show, please tell anyone you can any way that you can. You can follow us on Twitter at remember this pod, and we're on Facebook and Instagram, too. And if you are a fan of this podcast, perhaps you'll also like my new book, it's called seduction. Sex lies and start in Howard Hughes's Hollywood. It comes out on November thirteenth, but you can pre-order it now at Amazon dot com or Harper Collins dot com. We'll be back next week with an all new tale from the secrets and or forgotten histories of Hollywood's. First century join us then won't you good night. Son of. Richmond's. Panoply.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Thanks for of us may team must remember this. Today's episode was written narrated and produced by Korean along worth. That's me. Our editors are Sam digman and Jacob Smith. Our research and production assistant is Lindsay d Schoenholtz. Our social media assistant is Brendan Wayland original music was composed for this season by Evan viola, and our logo was designed by teddy blanks special. Thanks to our special guest Gideon Yego who read this week's excerpt from Hollywood Babylon for more information about this episode and other episodes, please go to our website. You must remember this podcast dot com. Very, you'll find show notes for every episode which include links to our sources. If you like the show lease, tell anyone you can any way that you can't. You can follow us on Twitter at remember this pod, and we're on Facebook and Instagram, too. And if you are a fan of this podcast, perhaps you'll also like my new book, it's called seduction. Sex lies and start on in Howard Hughes's Hollywood. It comes out on November thirteenth, but you can pre-order it now at Amazon dot com or Harper Collins dot com. We'll be back next week with an all new tale from the secrets and or forgotten histories of Hollywood's. First century join us then won't you good night.

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

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"You? Thanks for listening to you must remember. Thus, today's episode was written edited and narrated by Karina Longworth. That's me. We had to special guests. Nate Demeo made his return as Charles Manson. You should listen to needs podcast. It's really good. It's called the memory palace and you can find it at the memory Palace dot US. And our second special guest was math Celinski who played at Mel Lyman Max works for a long form dot org which works to draw your attention to some of the best long-form journalism out there. And he also has a podcast on which he talks to some of the best, and most interesting journalists working today. You can find it at long form dot org For more information about this episode and other episodes. Please go to our website. You must remember this podcast dot com. You can follow the podcast on Twitter @ remember this. God and please rate review and subscribe to the show on I tunes or the podcast, your of your choice. We'll be back next week with a final episode in Charles Manson's Hollywood Join us, then, won't you night? The the. Man. The.

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

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"Bela looks like he's having a lot of fun in bright of the monster but his biographer insisted that he was totally perplexed and annoyed with woods direct tori all style which involved making it up as he went along and breezing through the materials so quickly that most scenes were only given one take wood could not afford to pay the lab to get the print of bread of the monster finished so he made a deal with sam are cough to own and distribute the movie are cough supposedly made a profit often ride of the monster and with that profit he started a company called american international pictures which would become the driving force in bmovies and youth culture exploitation over the next decade and would also become the home of boris karloff final american movies but we'll get to that next week would also claimed are cough stolen idea ed had written for lugosi about an old horror star who seeks revenge on the studio that dropped ten this was more or less the premise of the american international picture house who make a monster which was about a disgruntled monster makeup man instead of an actor but arc half denied he stole the premise from wide or that woods movie had made him any money at all immediately after shooting bride of the monster bela checked himself into the motion picture country home to get treatment for his addiction after three weeks there he was kicked out because it was discovered that he had an amassed enough recent credits to merit treatment under the facilities roles he was forced to move to the los angeles state mental hospital indigents bela was forced to appear before a judge in order to determine what this state could do for him bela explained how he had come to this point.

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03:21 min | 3 years ago

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"As glenn are glad that had drawn from woods own life with bride of the monster he wrote in some of bela's own history bela had told at a story about how after he was famous the new government in hungary that he had fled sent a representative to meet him and asked bela to come back to hungary to serve as minister of culture baylor refused he was sure it was a trap to get him into the gulag thus he gave a typically floored and not entirely sense ecole ed wood speech his all nar should bring you home oh hi but bye living liked it adam john as i view show that i can beats asta i really do far affect my own hikes our iit's a tummy shoop i've been retrieved kung could a womb uh uh uh yes of course a truly great mass start race switches high convinced by superiors already who could create well and with which are government can rule the world without two picked obese i understand me rows i don't in ban thrown home my lanzana four by so a you med for now let me lotteries always considered mad one discover something that others can cannot grass bela was initially worried that he wouldn't be able to remember this long speech and would had cue cards prepared for his star but when it came time to shoot bela said he didn't need the cards he performed the whole speech in a single take more than giving bela a chance to speak to the fact that his homeland literally no longer existed in the same form is when he was born vis speech gives him a chance to talk back to the studio system that left him for dead and to embrace the jungle he now found himself in with ed wood and the economy class i'm that both of them represented whether or not anyone else understood or appreciated what they were doing the vicarious victory continues right after this speech when his character of then gets to capture and have his way with this stand in for the studio system.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"To focus on radio and television and leave hollywood behind at least temporarily we will return to karloff slater career in our final episode next week we will catch up with bela in the 1950s a period he spent as part of an odd unsawn bowl spearheaded by edward de would junior join us then won't you thanks for listening to you must remember less today's episode was written narrated and produced by colonel longworth that's me our research and production assistant as lindsay de shown homes are editors are jacob smith and salmon jingmen and our logo was designed by teddy blanks for more information about this episode and other episodes please go to our website sites you must remember this podcast dot com very you'll find show notes for every episode which include things like notes on our sources are soundtracks and more special thinks this week to our especial gas taryn kilim who played bela lugosi and patten oswald who played boris karloff our laws if you like the show please tell anyone you can can any way that you can you can follow us on twitter remember this plod and find us on facebook and instagram to we'll be back next week with another tale from the secrets ands or forgotten histories of hollywood's first century join us then what you good nights.

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