17 Burst results for "Norman Lloyd"

"norman lloyd" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:39 min | 2 d ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of the re booting. I got a hard reboot it stop free boat. It's corrupted it to circumvent Where Mala where I never heard of malware 20 years ago. Now I live now where I realized computers air They're ruining us. E. We rely too heavily on it. Today was a brush with computer problem. Everything is fine. All right, so we're all okay? Okay, This is cool. Everything is going extremely well. Yeah, that was a computer that took over the holds space ship. 100% effective. How about that? You want to space Odyssey that how Oh, yeah. Was it the hound? 9000 Computer took over the entire spaceship. If you haven't seen that movie, you must see it. In a way it was. It was based on a book, which meant a lot more sense. You really don't quite get this obelisk thing, which is part of the movie. If you don't read the book, but if you but it's still pretty terrific. It was done by Stanley Kubrick. Um, but anyway the computer and that it was more than just like the computer being down the computer. That was a I. It was a super smart computer, and it was Realizing that it was going to be disconnected, right? Right? And so it kind of took its revenge. And that was just one part of the story. What a great show we've got. I'm Mark Thompson. That's Brett and fresh face producer. Albert is here also Chris on the board. The whole crew is where's thank you. Thank you. Crazy. Um, the deal is we are going to talk to Carla Marinucci. I just enjoy Wednesday because we could get into a lot of stuff. Involved in California politics will touch on the general thing, but I think more to the point will get to the stimulus checks. If you live in California, exactly. What will you be eligible? And exactly what is the cut off? I mean, the legit cut off, so we'll we'll talk about that. Also, where did this money come from? You know, we go from worst to first sort of on on money. It looks so bad or all these budget cuts. And now all of a sudden we got all this money to the point. We're sending out stimulus checks. Also, Gavin Newsom wants to spend 12 billion to house and provide services for the homeless population will talk to Carl a little bit about that as well. Law and Order in the 11 o'clock hour includes Matt Gates. And Matt Gates is intern. Ex girlfriend may soon be cooperating with the feds. This is in addition to his running partner, You know the dude who was setting everything up and ven mowing people. And you know this is what he was doing for Matt Gates, but he was also as you're aware. Hiring a lot of family and just essentially doling out Taxpayer money to, you know, friends of his and family members in our to Capitol rioters. Making questionable claims about the police. That's all in law and disorder. And then as I say, I'll remember with you this tremendous actor Norman Lloyd, It was 106 years old. You just heard him referenced in the ABC News. Update top of the hour. His His work goes all the way back to Charlie Chaplin. I mean, imagine on he became good friends with Charlie Chaplin. Orson Welles hey, has stories of the richest period of Hollywood, you know, And when Hollywood from silent movies really all the way into these definitive films from Alfred Hitchcock, he did a movie called The Saboteur. With offered Hitchcock and Norman Lloyd was the saboteur. OK, there's a very famous scene at the end of the movie where he falls off the Statue of Liberty. And then Norman did train wrecked. Train records the movie with a B Schumer and it was directed by jet appetite Anything so he is quite amazing guy. From the standpoint of all the many decades he covered and I knew him. He was on my podcast, and I used to see him regularly almost every weekend in Los Angeles. Because we go to the same place for breakfast. I would regularly see him. And when I bring Courtney with May who was the cuter of the two of us? Hey, would always turn to Courtney and say, I did You see train wreck. Was in train wreck, and I felt like that was Norman saying I'm still relevant. You know, It's not just that I'm an old actor, you know, Right? And his good friend was Elliot Gould who have also see there with with Norman Lloyd. So So Is that how you got him on your guest it Because you just said Yes, I got him. I got him on the show. Through Um and he insisted, and you'll hear. He insisted that he insisted to things and then we'll We'll get onto things here, but I think you'll like the clip. We're gonna run a clip of Norman on the show talking about Charlie Chaplin. And a million dollars and Charlie Chaplin hiding a million dollars a million dollars back then was I don't know what you'll be like $60 million or $70 billion today. And Charlie Chaplin commanded that kind of money from the studios because he was so big but anyways, a good friend in Norman's, but I think we got Norman and he insisted that I read his book. Which I did, uh, and before his appearance also wanted my good friend Ben Mankowitz to sit in Who's the host of Turner Classic movies? So Ben and I both had the conversation with Norman Lloyd in my regular co host, Heather Anthony. She was there as well. So was the three of us and Norman Lloyd and, of course, Norman is enchanting and loveliness spoke with a sort of perfect elocution, you know, and like a good actor, hey, was on ST elsewhere, but he didn't always speak like that. And then I really will get to the show. The last thing I'll say about Norman Lloyd. He grew up in Jersey, New Jersey, Okay. And and he talks about in the book The fact that he didn't always speak like this. He used to say yea, yeah, used to talk like that with dudes. And don't Hey, you know, go. He used to talk like a jersey guy. And his mother sent him for elocution lessons. Oh, no, he learned to speak. As though he was brought up in the highest of society. It was remarkable thing to hear him talk about that s O s and not a lot of actors would admit that too. I think you met. You may be right. Yeah. You may be right about that. What a rich life. I mean, everybody would benefit from reading this book, but, uh, all right, so much to do apart from that That'll be the end of the show. Get a thing to get people to get the Shot and I'll get to the Oakland A's in a second here. They did something that Levi's stadium That was pretty cool, and it actually reflects something is going on around the country and I'll talk about some of the stuff that's going on around the country, which exceeds even this planet Levi's to get younger people vaccinated. They got them into Levi's stadium. For a tour of Levi's, and then you know. They get the shop Teenagers that Levi Stadium Tuesday night not to watch a game but to get the Fizer vaccine in a locker room. This 17 year old was the first in line. I heard there was AH, like a giveaway at the stadium, and I thought that was pretty cool and plus, I just wanted to be safe and get the vaccine thrill for Mama Die Hard Niners fan. It's kind of nice to see the inside of the stadium versus the outside said to Clara County, teaming.

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"For the most part, we all get along. That's. Great. Okay. Here's my question has to be the most athletic family ever. Right. Kind of, like when Michael got together with Julie and produce like three college basketball of three products. Is it too early to predict maybe a little creepy, but is it too early to predict that most, if not all these kids are getting college athletic scholarships? You know, you never know what a kid is gonna want. Yeah. Or think of as important, but that is a lot. I mean, the hiker Blake genetics there's there's there's Heisman trophies. There's major golf champion. Yes. There's rookie of the year. Earl Starr Blake Gergen jump over kids, is it. So when Ian has this one Jordan, that'll be three for Elon a Brin has three. So we're talking six total that all because and all the fathers will be professional athletes. Okay. I think half of them will become professional athletes, professional athletes. I was saying that just all six of one half of them will become professional athlete. Can you imagine doubt run your genes your jeans are, gene? Well, and on top of that meant they could make a really cool, literally team or a, you know, like a doubles like the family picnic you do not want to take on this group. Right. Right. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. And I am, by the way, I hope that holds that all the, the parents, co parent and get along kind of encourage them all together, and I think it'll be really kind of almost fun to follow. Yeah, I agree. I agree. All right. So Father's Day Sunday. So in honor, Father's Day. I've got some factor fiction questions. Okay about famous dads, okay. Miss dads. Okay, so John, you can play Greg. You can play Jay. You can play John. You can keep score right? So Michael Douglas's dad is Kirk Douglas, correct. At one hundred to he's the oldest living actor on in the world on IMDB. Is that fact or is that fiction at one hundred and two I'm going to guess it's fiction? I gotta figure. There's somebody else that was in one movie, that's older than one hundred to Greg, but I'm guessing I don't know. And I liked Kirk Douglas, but I'm gonna say fiction. Yeah, I think I'm with you there that there's going to be somebody else, that's like, one hundred and three yet an extra or something. So I'll say fiction to it is fiction. Norman Lloyd, who is on the old show. Saint elsewhere is one hundred four years ago, norms, and still working and everybody on the board. Kelly is born Ozzy Osbourne Ozzy, and Madonna wants contributed vocals, to the same song is that factor is that fiction Greg. I think that's gonna be fact, one of those like group things effect. Jay, y'all say fat, too. I'm thinking, I'm going to regret this, because I'm sure they were like we are the world together, but I'm going to just to be different co fiction, you should've stuck with your original instinct, Ozzie, and Madonna were both contributing vocals to assume song called shake your head by was not was. All right. Nj. Of course..

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"You know, she give you life advice or career big life advice which was don't get married, don't think you could have a career and married. You can have a relationship and a career. She she kind of instilled that in me. And so did the movie the red shoes, which is my favorite film, which is, you know, can you have an I explore those themes in the documentary searching for Debra winger. Which is, can you have both? Why can't you have both? And and but she in her life, didn't think it was possible. And did did anyone since you're such a long show biz background, did anyone ever try to dissuade you from going in show business. Not really. I mean, my father was an actor. We grew up around it. We were on around musicians and actors, and it was part of our our life. You know, my mom said, you know, it's a heart. My father said, this is a tough business, tough business, but I, for some reason on my eighteenth birthday, I did a movie called having babies partout, which got me in the sag into the Screen Actors Guild. And it was shot in Malibu and I got my card and it was my eighteenth birthday, and I really didn't stop working for many, many, many years. Two, two of our favorite actors by the way. I'll go back just just for a second ago back to to harvest house, Rene, Auburn, wa, wonderful actor Norman Lloyd who is still with us one or two. And I think he's one hundred and three is he knew he said he was scaring that we use, yes, yes, yes, yes. And then whatever happened to the actor who played my dad Aykroyd. Yeah, David ACA even Aykroyd I don't know. John Joanna miles and miles see was in there and remember Lori praying an actress preying on a young, Michael O'Keefe and Michael O'Keefe it was. I think it was his first job. It's spooky when they used to make those kinds of TV movies like Crowe, four hour minutes until was so was executioners song really well done. Yeah, intense parts for you as an as an Earl as as young actress. I remember the this one time where I had to cry. Oh, so funny. Actually, there was this that weird scene where she's kinda doing a dance and I remember, you know, it was like with the co a corncob course eighteen years old and not really getting that. What it was was really supposed to be was a sexual masturbating dance. And I'm like taking the corn like it's like little. Finally, they, you know, I think the director went over at told one of the women to come over to me, which was kind of a cool nice thing to do. And so you know, it's, it's more sensual. It's more I didn't. 'cause it wasn't actually written in the script like that. I didn't under- it was like it was supposed to be sexual dance, but I didn't really know what. The corn I, I didn't have it in my head at that point. We're, oh yeah. The corncob is a phallic symbol, and that's what that's supposed to be. So I don't know. I haven't seen that movie in years which you in her lap at one point..

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"JAL, we'll do it again. On the fifth take. Making no progress with this puppy who would run out of the shot every sheen the cow go boo. Boo. Finally on the fifteenth. Put the cow in. The puppy runs out starts to run out Sean, catches it. Throws it back into the scene and says it. Wa was one of the most beautiful people. I have not. I'll repeat that. You're all run will how is run. Beautiful people I've ever known. He was. Everything you would hope to meet in this business. Dreamy. I don't live my life. With a feeling of envy. I'm very happy with my life, and I feel very fortunate with what I've been able to experience the people I've gotten to meet. But but I have to confess norm that if I could trade places with anyone, it might be you even if I had to lose a Brooklyn accent in the process, what would have to. Yeah, absolutely. Galligan wouldn't have it any other way. Yeah. And Jesse and I, I've been so looking forward to this opportunity to just sit and and hear some of your memories, some of your stories. Yes. Curious thing. As I indicated earlier. I can't remember everything I've done. I just don't I the day I suddenly came across something that reminded me I had made to pick to job McRae. I love Joel McCrea. He was a wonderful guy gorgeous anyways on all the greatest seen you could shoot Phil. Oh, it was beautiful with a lovely why Francis de? Oh, so beautiful. Perfect for Joel who's a giant, and she was teeny weenie. Well, yes. If you're wondering folks, did Norman ever make a western? Yes, I did a couple of them. I did a couple, and then there was one I was taken out of. Because the first scene. Was a charge by us. We would have these. They do the the first take. All of us have. On these horses and director says, well, folk out a lot been. And I forgot up holding onto the pummel for dear life. Well, that's not a western strong. And that was the end the my performance out. You had other fields to plow? Yes, yes, we're glad you did. Chee. This has been fun. Jesse, how? How do you feel thank you for letting us in your house? People don't let us in their house. No, it's it's so love you to welcome us in and show us your pictures and tell stories it's it's fantastic. We appreciate it so much Norman. Well, it's been a long life. Yes. A long life in a full life and you and Peggy were married seventy seventy five seventy five years. Yeah, you've got grandkids in the whole you've you've done. You have done it, sir. Yeah. And at ain't over yet. Right. The chicken would my grandkids. Yes, I'm sure. I'm sure my Jesse named after you. Thank you. Doing very well as y'all of as an immigration. Very proud of him because God is shaved a lot of people. It's very important. We need you AFA back again. Yes, I often think about that, but we quote him, we quote him a lot and a lot one. Yeah. How old was he? Mid eighties. Say eighty seven. I think something like that's right. It was how old eighty-seven Amir tad pole? Yeah, Amir tadpole compared to you. I wish stayed on. Yes. Well, I do too. Yes. Wonderful Levy was immigrant. I think that's the only good thing for law. The be, hey. Yeah, those people and doing good work. Doing doing well by doing good, doing good by doing well, those those those are real. Yeah. Anyway, Norman, we won't say goodbye. We'll say, do you. That's French is in. I think chairman, I think it's German Italian, be careful. I, I always aim my mother. You can't be surprised. No, I know where you get it from me. Oh, mom. Give numb, I will anything less than love. She hit me over that. That's what that's the best description of my mother. I think I've ever heard me over the head. Yeah, I tell you. London amazing of I've. I mean that woman is violent, no, no, no, no small. She's a great partner. She's small that that's how that's how we, yeah, she's a little Bronx bombshell. Well, that's that goes type o type troublemakers. Yeah, but we've got some good ones so Jesse, where do people find us follow day find you and me at Leonard Maltin than at Jesse? Maltin on Twitter and Instagram, and Leonard Maltin dot

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Patient tended to by Cameron Diaz lucky man. Don't forget. I was in bed with. He's jealous enough Norman, don't rub it in. That's one of his crushes. You can't read that. Good taste. Good cakes. Thank you. But. Oh, I'm reindeers and I were in bed together. I thought. Maybe we don't have to shoot this. I loved him. But what I found interesting is to act while being bedridden essentially has got to be really tough and blind and blind booth. But I mean you're the idea is you have to project energy for your performance. When you're in a position where normally it's, it's rest. Yeah. And even lethargy. Yeah, but but no, you found that sweet spot in between, you know. What interesting that that was talk of my being nominated for an Academy Award, supporting actor, all that and never happen, but there was talk of it while they should've talked more. Thank you. Which I liked it. I thought it was good nights. Thought. I found him most. Enjoyable. Lovely. Curtis was very special guy. Yes. You're right. A film buff of the highest order who became a very gifted filmmaker. I didn't know he was a film. Oh, yes, absolutely. And then he became honorary chairman of the UCLA film and television archives. So that was a great. They were lucky to have him, and he was a great person to represent them for any of you that don't know if you look up these LA archives. They do fantastic work really, really do. Yeah, they work hard and it shows by very DEA. Dale friend, Bob get is also connected what they all. Yes, he's retired now, but boy, his work lives on all the films. He rescued all the films. He brought back to life plus the archivists the film Graham delusion. It's interesting. Awesome said that if a decree, one, fourth, all foods to be destroyed. The one film that should be preserved his grand Lucien all he wasn't wrong about that. The picture is. On believable if you watch it how he got red wa. Not on the screen. The attitudes. The not only performances, but. The way of life. The people. I mean everything about it is so remarkable and some great performances. Yeah, to be sure of Eric von Stroheim with the whisky and drawing his neck back. He. And for neighbor to my acted in the theatre. Play, call, Noah. Great, ACTA. Great actor for may. And we haven't mentioned the fact that you became very close to John Renoir during his exile here during the war. And then when he moved here permanently the Los Angeles, I love John way. Did. Very proud of the fact that he asked me to directors last picture Corolla. Have you seen? I have not embarrassed to say lizard account role, whom I, what am I foam madly allow. Not alone on that one either. I said, you're not alone on that one either. Oh, God. So beautiful in it and a wonderful person. Oh, eventually move to Europe. And as our grandmother, she moved to Europe to be without grandkids. But she was executed in Corolla as she was. I think it's so many thinks she did. But she was a great favourite of your house. Ause. And. A letter that I think for the record, I should tell you one of my favorite scenes was your own. He was making. Of a picture made he at the southern. And this leads. Zack, Scott and Betty field who was may just on Broadway. There's a scene in that. Well, they are very poor people, but two of them and they have a small patch of land. They have to rage raise vegetables on it and order to eat. And see. Little dog. A small dog gets. Oh, no. In this scene, a cow gets into this piece of land and begins to Trimble on the vegetables. This was life threatening. What did y'all. Was he has a little dog come in. Balk at the cow making the cow run out of the patch and into the river. Which story that follows them into the river. Well. That was a problem. Because they would put the cow into the scene. With all the vegetables and everything. Trample. How would we munching away. They would put it in this puppy who was to frighten the cow to walk into the river. So they put the puppy and. And should stop to shoot the pope is scared to this of the cow, and it runs out of the shot. So they catch it..

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Absolutely. And and that young Fola what's his name? All right. Denzel Washington. Oh. That's my mom says, Denzil mother can make anything Jewish or or Yiddish. She social say all that Denzil. I know not Denzil. You didn't find him in the Bronx? Not Denzil. That's all right. You tell your mom. She's right. She's right. Denzel denzel's love. That's the stencil benzel. And how he Mandel made a big hit in that show. It was a marvelous ensemble. Marvelous. And. Tom, Fontana of Bush. The head writer wrote some beautiful stuff, but they my character of the old, whatever. And he wrote beautiful stuff that I would do that Flanders marvels. Joe, that was my big television experience except is director and producer. I did the Hitchcock right now. You directed an episode of famous episode call the man from the south right with Steve McQueen, right. Not yet a big movie star, but on his way up the ladder. Right? And the great Peter Laurie, and it's a great, it's a great episode. Wonderful. And they are. They're just right. Oh, he was amazing. I found a way to direct Jim wish not to just leave him alone. Guy is magic. What. Fantastic. Yeah, Peter, Laura, I was. Always curious as to what he was. What was his background who you are. Someone told me he was Jewish now. Hey, look as far away from any synagogue because I've. They would never admit him. And there's an interesting. Yes. And you were in the remake of them? Yeah, I think is a pretty good film. Yeah. Another great cast. David Wayne, every character actor in Hollywood, seemingly. Joseph losy directing, and some people are dismissive of it because they're comparing it to a masterpiece. That's right. That's the thing I do. Joe very well from the time. He, I put me on the WPA. And when he was having a hard time. And he got this assignment to do 'em again. I thought. Why try to do the repetition of one of the really real masterpieces. It's an unbelievable movie that long. Shall we made it? And you know it's passable but not comfortable. I'm sorry about that, but Joe got going when it got to Europe. Yes. And he had a second life there. Yeah, and creatively. I think second life yet as well. You got to. I'm sorry, what? What was the? What was the first time you directed? Was it a show, or was it a film or TV show like stage or. I take her was in the data. Yeah. Stuck. Good place to start. Yeah, yeah. Where I don't know because I wanted all over the place. Right, but we stock. Yup. What do you think you took from me? And that's the thing I can't. I can't imagine you talk about your friends, hitch and chaplain as you're talking to us in, you're saying Charlie in that way that someone who actually knows him can say Charlie where I can't say that because I don't know Charlie, but what, what did you learn from them when you were directing? Did they have an effect on the way that you directed being around those kinds of? I'm sure being around Orson Welles had some effect in that you knew not to shout and scream it. Everybody. Well, what all Sion. His direction was all performance. Oh God. He would act this that. But we put up, we knew that the critics would love him and audience we do. It was going to be a success. And he was, yeah. But I don't know where I, I started to worry. It's in the back of my mind somewhere, but I can't remember. No, I've been in this business loan. Why I'll give you. Truth to.

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Has absorption was in limelight, because limelight represented to him. His own ending. Yeah, he was a jolly. It library says it's over for me. I can't do it anymore. That's what's so beautiful about that picture. His confession. That it's over for. Show movie. And I was very proud of the fact that the asked me to be in it. And. He was great. I mean. History. Certainly it was history even then Jesse and I often use the same phrase. It's not history logging while you're making it. But in this case it was street while he was making it because it was so personal and yeah, guess she, it wasn't. Just the tramp. Every no actor and the pictures about an old active Fe out, which was Charlie because after limelight is beautiful film, beautiful, but then Charlie got involved in two other properties. I don't know what that all that was and that didn't work that it was. Just forget it. Although I must tell you why went to visit him, but it was making. That's what's. How does from Hong Kong account as Hong Kong? Yes. I fell madly in love which he Laura. Well, that just shows there's red blood coursing through your veins, fell common common feet. And. Ball london. Verano. Gybe advert. And. Marla new new jolly. Show all I would just sitting on the set. He came over me up. I don't get as a message. And I didn't say anything, but I thought to myself use all of it to your dying day. You'll never get his message and that was it. Marlon Jesus. It's a shame it's a film is kind of a missed opportunity. Too bad too bad. But so we, I know fans and scholars even we prefer to think of limelight as his finale. Yeah. Well, there's also the the king of New York. That's the other one he made. Yeah, overseas. That's pretty good too, but limelight just seems like a of a summing up. Yeah. Beautiful. It's just the perfect picture of actor retiring now, television open new doors for a lot of people gave work to a lot of actors, certainly and opportunities to a lot of young up and coming directors writers producers and to people of experienced like yourself, and you had many great opportunities. Thanks to television. Well, yes. I the fact that I was lucky enough. Well, the two things about television in by case. Well. The Alfred Hitchcock percents and elsewhere. Now, I think change elsewhere was one of the greatest shows ever done television. My wife and I would second that opinion. The Jess. He was too young. She has an actual excuse. He was too. Yeah, I'm glad shaman Joe life, but. Shea belch wet. The writing was the stall. Then the actors were a good cast. We had Ed Flanders one of the finest actors in America, a superb act up. I used to tell the young actors who came on set, watch him, do what he does the way would do scenes at is dial and so forth. Billy daniels. Who of course see Jesse knows him both from seventeen seventy six a show and film we love and from his later. TV mainstay. Oh boy meets world boy meets world their world. What's going is called boy meets world and he played Mr Fini who was a teacher and I, I was I was obsessed with the film. Seventy was am obsessed with the film seventeen seventy six. But we also love the show and I listened to the cast recording over and over again. It's one of my favorites, but so the first time that I saw him, I said to my mom, oh my God because it seventeen seventy six. And the next time it was, oh, my God is Mr Fini from this show and anyone. My age has a similar reaction because a lot of times you watch you watch seventeen seventy six in school. I think we watched in fourth or fifth grade, so that's a lot of people. My age knew that, but then boy meets world was huge was so popular for us. But you had at Herman to love him who is just so wonderful..

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Oh, jolly to that story. So. I about the tennis. So the following week, I was instructed by Tim Durant how to get trolleys house. Admit. The butler. Now child as Buth. Whose name was what's them. You know. The scheme of things where it's called the Butler, did it. Mhm being, yeah, the Butler that was Charlie's, but what's. Who is the ultimate snob. Hey, look down on Charlie and. Who shall beautiful as a couple God. Jolly wants to me. I never knew what love was to lie. Do this woman. Beautiful. We will coming up tennis court, our member anyway. What happened was that. Watson admitted me for all this all basically. Oh, I think I told her about lady mental. Watch them had been lady mental Butler ID thought that gave better is the chaplain. So he was very small, but you're chopping. Charlie knew it hadn't loved it because he, he would do things that would irritate what's. Fun show. I went to the caught. Up there on the tribe and. I shut went down to what was tennis house and sat there waiting at Suren of jolly Cayman. Greeted everyone very politely. Then we got on the court. Have we played doubles. I think Bill Tilden blade with John. And. I played with Jim or something, whatever. We show I left. The following week. Tim gall. Would you like to go up to Charlie's again? I said, yes, I would now this first venture. I had no come sation with Johnny toll. Yes. Nice to meet you and was over. Thank you very about until. So now this was the second. At this time he was. Oh, nice to see you again. And. We got on played. And. I had a good time we talked. He played with someone else. I'd never played with Charlie at this point. Show he played with the play out, and I played with someone. Probably, no. He was playing with chairman. I had someone else and. That was the second time. In the middle of the week. Next week, there is a call from Watson. Could you come up and play tennis with Mr. chaplain. Yes. I felt advantages to be out of work actor. Show I went up and it was just Charlie. He was most gracious at. I said, how nice it is that you could play today. I'm so glad, and we played. After it, we went up to his study which was a son house. And he had his old fashioned. I did that. And had just drink of sold. Oh, whatever. I'm from narrow, and he kept calling every week to come up and play. And weekends. Gradually it developed into a shallow thing. The two of us. Conversations about the world. And productions making movies at cetera, et cetera. And it got mobile intimate. Finally, he said, would you like to invite your wife up for dinner. Becky came up and she knew hit it off like ham aches, and it got to be a great friendship with Peggy and own had they can often. That was it. And then eventually he hired you. He only hired me as an actor. We own the property together. He wanted to make, which I recommend it to him. They shoot horses, don't they all. Oh, my now. One day he said to me. I remember where it was up sweet his house. We check in the show have to tennis. And he shed. No. As anything that you'd like to do. And if there is, you know, and. We might do it together. I almost fell down in shall well show was no, but I mean room. And I thought, gee, you're making a picture with Chaplin. That's the sum of something. Show I recommend that they shoot horses, don't they. Where she knew he knew the piece. And I thought if anyone in the world should make that picture. That should be jolly because he would know the background like. Perfection. Notable Horace McCoy's book. Yeah, but it's such a downbeat. Property. I can understand why Hollywood wouldn't have snatched it up, and it was still downbeat when they made a wonderful movie, but it's tough movie to watch. Jolly was go to accept. He got involved Ed writing. Limelight..

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"With all, try by the photographer. Maybe I think he took it. Let's say he did say he did that. I'm I'm inside in the most composed Fash. I look really dressed. I'm just a guest inside the head of the statue, but a statue was always a dead, defy with me and. -able noble defecation I could not possibly. And what a way. I mean, what do they say? What do you do for an encore? And that that is I hell of debut. But then within just a few years, you had another great assignment for Lewis milestone who you mentioned before in one of the great World War Two movies, a walk in the sun and that film holds up one hundred percent. Oh, it's so beautiful. I think let it. Harry Brown. Terrific, right. Millie, the way he staged the way he conducted with the actors. I love Millais. He was. What the guy fell on short of hard times at the end. I think that to do with the political thing. Well, that was true for so many. Yeah. Yeah, so many that you knew? Well, many of your contemporaries dealt with that in a very serious way. I can't. I can't imagine first of all working in film as long as you have and seeing how drastically that's changed because you're still filming now. Creek drain, Rick trade. Any of the stuff you're working on, it's the idea of your history is not just history, but it's also to do specifically with this medium. We live in, you've seen it shift in such dramatic ways. And then you've worked with people like Charlie, Chaplin. Oh, so to say that, I mean, too young person, if you say yes, he worked with Charlie Chaplin was and was very dear friends with him. And then two issues ago made a movie with Amy Schumer. They may not understand that that's a part of you. You will do anything really true. Oh. Tuck break. Can you imagine being shocked at the age of one hundred? Three? Sure. Amy Schumer. Did it. Did she remind you of chaplain water mouth on. Oh boy, but I love. Oh, I love it. But. You don't know what's gonna come out mouth. Now, from what I understand you I met Charlie Chaplin socially, not professionally. I, I met him. As follows. I was Joe. Cotton's playing tennis. Joe would have tennis on Sunday. This is the same. Joseph. Part of the mercury theatre, oh yes. And is in citizen Kane? Those of you who know that film, Joe was the most beautiful people I've known. I'll tell you something that great picture of Carol Reed. The third man, third man, which is always sort of said, oh, well, also did that wonderful thing with the wheel and all that. No. Oh, should very interesting work, but that picture is Cup. The way he goes through that picture is just extrordinary and less shop hero waiting for the woman to walk by them on all that gets me every time every time. Joe was just what? So he was an avid tennis player. Yeah, he liked to play and have tennis. Pretty good, wasn't. Above like me. I had a gang not I play with your own show. But the point is that. I got to. Always Joe's on a Sunday. And one of these tennis days we played and at that game was a great tennis player. Great friend of Bill Tilden's name, Kim to round who was of very dunning what I say stunning. He was a man of the twenties really addressed that way. And he behave that way, and he was a great friend, great, intimate of limited group of people, one of whom. Was joke up. And so he was there for tennis when I play that the end of it, he sent to me. Would you like to play next Sunday Saturday..

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Maltin On Movies

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Hitch agreed and sent for Joan who had been. He's script girl and England, and then. She advert and the script for him. And I think she wrote were one of the Registan, Rebecca, and then the case on one of the pictures and. They felt they needed help. Oh, I know show he and Joan did the television series the first two years. And they, you should do thirty nine episodes Aghia which is unbelievable. It is just the two of them. Show, they decided they needed help. That's when they put me on. Would joan. The beautiful trauma lately and a great talent. I the great talent she knew about pictures. She knew how to handle the set. She'd walk on the set in the morning before going to office to check everything. The crew Dora because we beautiful and very elegant. Great. Ulama gal Quadra lady ally. I assume they knew she knew her stuff. She knew her stuff and the crew must have known that let you put it right that they'll love that. I did it again, did it again. This never happens at home. Enjoy it. Now it'll be over snow, never happens at home. I good nece. You hit the nail on the head. But you never could have. Surely you couldn't have envisioned that you would go through life being. Identified as the man who dangles off the statue of liberty in saboteur. And that's your very first movie. It's incredible. You're a New Yorker, no less. So all the things to dangle from. That's that's that's city pride. There. Yes. Dying golfed statue of liberty. I'll take you see a picture I have in the back of me inside the head of the real statue of liberty..

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"How to call it, their arguments they screaming at each other, there. Castigation of h. Was home Merrick. They would scream nearly other in the theater, the mercury, and I be great sports fan. I had a great time to. I'd take the paper and read because it was the kind of screaming near Lang, that sort of you didn't hear again or me was bad. But it was fruitful. And he never did it. Best work we ever did was with Jack Ausman because Jack Hausman was a man of the greatest take, and he did. He -nology had. He was unique. He was great. He should have been in the hall of fame. I don't know why that never happen, but I can never say enough about check-outs. Remarkable and the fact at the end that he had this careers night triumph. Yes. Well, he was a guest on a TV program that also was the host. Up at Alsan by way of teasing him, I guess, said to him, Jack, I, I didn't know your. I'm Jack said to him, you'll never asked me. Perfect. And then you while end up as a guest star in an episode of the paper? Chase, yes, indeed. No. Why did that happen? I don't know how that happened. It was. I'm curious, turn of events, the beginnings of which I don't remember what I'm. I'm glad that it's a wonderful little asterisk in your career. Yeah, the two of you got to work together one more time. Yeah, I love jackass Mun. He meant motor me that now must anyone I've ever known outside wild family? That's a big statement. Yeah. Now, the next big statement person we want to ask about is Alfred Hitchcock because this was in the very early forties you got cast. I mean you had done a couple of bit parts, I guess, but this is a sensually your first movie? Oh yes. Nineteen forty. Two. I came out here to do Sepetu. By the way. Recommended to hit tho the polit. By Jack council. Now, the interesting thing is. Both Jack Hausman. And hit. Well, under contract. To David l. shell snick. And. Hitch, went off on zone. Jaxkar bowl was producing shutt-, but hitch as houseman. If he knew of young actor who could play this saboteur. And Hausmann immediately recommended me. Identified that morning of going over to here. I think eight o'clock in the morning, just research. And. We had a conversation and hit it off, like Hamon aches. I just was perfect from Nord go. That you showed us a photo. In your office over there. It's you and hitch an. I've never seen him that young. I mean, you're a baby face as well, but I've never seen him that young and it's wild. You already looked connected. You already. You said you've just gotten back from filming saboteur. It's, it's incredible to think that that you were part of his. Is movie making that early. This country. He made wonderful pictures in England. Yeah, but then he came to rely on you. Then as with Joan Harrison, we did TV series. And when did he start looking to you. For advice at different as more than an actor. Yeah. Well, I tried to. And I used as I did Wellstone same, I'd have come sations of the set. While we're waiting for the shot. And just Chang. What I felt about a shot, whatever. And gradually the fellas. Would he. I didn't want to use the word help. It's not help an assistant to just be there. And. It happened on shatter where I play the shop. But what hitched liked was that I had all these opinions. Certainly about. Acting particular scenes. So. So he remembered that. And when Lou awesome. Who was the major figure in this town. As hitch to do a television program..

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Aged anyway, her. So he's doing that great lear- speech that ends how shop an acceptance to it is Joe have a thankless child. Out of the corner of is I, he sees this actress acting reaction all over the place. And he stops and there's magnificent voice. He says. Quota name. Idea. I want you to know. Small book. So. With the galleons and replied, your question. That I, I started to clean up my speech so to speak and learn how to speak in. So I was able to play many classics. Well, it stood you in good stead all this time. Thank your length of now. Since we're in talking about the theater in the nineteen thirties, it brings us to the first of the titans. With whom you crossed paths. And I'm speaking of Orson Welles that will talk about John houseman, his partner in crime, but Leonard you of made the proper correction. Because also and did his best work with Jack Ausman. Yes, I know many people feel that. Yeah. What was your first impression of Orson. Well, at curious, it was contradictory. I, he was, you know, a big fat guy. I all this hullabaloo about him. And. I, I met him when I always Jack Hausman who brought me into the mercury. And they brought me into this office and this was awesome. Had we chatted immediately took a very competitive attitude towards each other. Because I thought I was one of the world's great actors and also knew he was. And the egos, if so, clashed immediately. But the class was subterranean. It was a feeling about each other and of. A sub-conscious relationship with each other of. Of fall out of word. Show. I thought, what the hell job. At Gioja. She's a chew bankas holiday. I'd like to play it. So I better be polite. And also was polite except he sensed. He sensed. That I had an immediate competitive feeling about him. I won't say dislike, but there was no like. It was just competitive. If you're so good, let's it. Uh-huh. Did this. What by the way was my Brooklyn bringing up, you know, we'd play Punchbowl then f you, you. What do you think this spurred you onto. To do your best and to to want to show him. Well. In this sense? Yes, put the question. Well, because that may be explains why I I did what I did with my career. And we got on. And actually when I left the Mark mercury. Also was thinking of doing a Henry the full. And I came back to visit on one of his productions to visit the mercury guys and also. And he said to me in make up on stage effort of owns. When are you coming back? Which I consider that a compliment and very nice. His behavior was better than mine. Now. John passes. He doesn't do Henry the fourth at that time and I go onto things with it. So. There was a tribute. Play. At the mercury theatre for auction. Towards? Well, he was. Eight done a few years of work. Tribute at the theater. I was invited back each night was devoted to another aspect of all since Korea. I was invited back to the classical theatre. The early days the mercury and so on. And others came later. Now what was all over everybody dispersed and said, good night to goodbye. All on the stage. I went up to say to him. Braced me a great bay, a hug. Lean down. And wished. But in my. You son of a bitch. That's the last travels. Wow. There are no dull stories about Orson now. No. Now he was not dull, no people of a certain age. No, John houseman. Ironically, not as a producer, not as an entrepreneur, not as the head of the Juilliard school of acting, but as an actor himself in the movie, the paper chase, the TV series that followed in those endless commercials for Smith Barney where he said, they earn money the old fashioned way they earn it. So he had a latter day fame that I don't think he ever anticipated, but many people agree with you that he was really the man who sort of enabled Orson to do what he did both in theater and on radio and and many people who haven't studied history, don't know that. This is true. Hey. Relationship with houseman was strawberry. Because. It was routed and such..

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"In the cost of it. As they rose and tribute. It was beautiful. They rose in tribute of they cheered and everything. And I thanked them. I said. Real mind if I remember my Brooklyn. Oh, I don't. Oh, thank you. All my work in the theater. And then I added what you heard the way I pronounced there. I said that is a result of my working on my speech. Because what I entered LA galleons theater in nineteen thirty two. This is the great actress, Eva legal, Ian, right? The the actors. Laghaouat Stater was called. Civic repertory theatre, oh, was down on fourteenth street and sixth avenue. And she admitted me as an apprentice. At one day, she said to be raw. If you wish to be a member of my company, a. You have to speak better English. Well, I was from Brooklyn. You said, what for. I wish I thought of that. I gotta do such thing. That this is a smart girl? Yes, she is. You should carrier arou- onto. I. Here's the thing. Nineteen thirty two. I entered the civic repertory theatre. And I had Brooklyn speech. Actually, it was pretty bad, Brooklyn because the predecessor, the precocious of by Brooklyn speech was Jersey City, Pete. Hi, where I was born and enjoys you city. You spoke like jersey. So I would from jersey, said it to Brooklyn, and you know, I caught the ball games and you know the dodgers go all the way back with me and, and at as a kid broke from. You would go to Ebbets field. And you say you bomb, you know, good. F- bomb. I JJ cry, mad one. Hell you find another business. You're yelling at the players. That May June authentic fan, right? If you just sat there and say, he's had verbal, can hit, he can run, they can throw all good. I mean. My hero, even though I was a Brooklyn dodger. Babe, Ruth, his too. Yeah. Well, he transcends everything that you of utter a truth. He transcends everything. I could tell stories about the baby. We're not gonna go to. The thing is. One galleon. Issued this warped. About staying as an apprentice. I took it to heart and studied speech. With her people. She had a couple of actors who had beautiful speech because she was a classical repertory theatre. Shakespeare IP's, and et cetera. And. She was right. You couldn't play. A whole repertory of. Work. Less you could learn to speak. Show I shut about Lurton at I managed to get what has been called a mid Atlantic accent. If I got away Lynn, which I've done on the -cation they know I'm not in bliss. But they know I'm not jersey said he. You succeeded in your quest digested. Thank you. And I say the consequence. To play much classical theatre. In fact, my very last performance in the theater. You're never show I pronounced yet. It's beautiful. Was with Lou Cal Hearn and New York hook and Julius no gig, Leah. And I played the fool. I wish I wish I could step in a time machine and watch that performance with the two of you. Lou was other lay magnificent. He was. To perfectly. Yeah, first of all stature, he was about six five. And he had the voice to go with it. I had the attitude to go with it. In which connection I must tell you at your lovely. And average dot Lu. That's. What am I great theater remembrances. When we were doing king Leo we in, we're social. And you know the Stanislavsky rebulk. There are only there are no small polyps only small actors. Well, we're, we're in. We're SEL. Had there is an actress in the company. I don't think I should name, but there's an actress in the company who is doing reactions to lose beaches that are all over the fair. Mrs..

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Maltin On Movies

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Your choice of words when you right. Oh, but collective has never been used before in my collective pressure. Well, good score one for me. Then. This is a man who perhaps the only man almost certainly the only man who can speak first hand. About Charlie Chaplin Alfred Hitchcock. Shaun Rehn will Jean Renoir. Orson Orson Welles and Robin Williams. Yes, that darling man, that's how Jesse I encountered. You was in the movie dead poets society, which it's it's a funny thing because I don't. We've known you for a very long time and you are always lovely, and always this booming, incredible voice of God. But I knew you personally before I'd see new on screen and I remember the first time watching dead poet's daddy. He's so mean he so me. He scary. He's very in this. I'm so proud of that. It was a strange thing to to know you and see how you are. And then I think it was probably one of the first times I had that where I realized that an actor is really an actor and that they can be all kinds of different things when they choose to be. Dead poet's society, which was a very good picture. Wonderful. How do they great director Beata wheel. I cannot speak highly enough about Peter wheel. Wonderful. Talented, Ozzy what a talented Ozzy. Yes, you're right vented. Well, put he what we've had a couple of conversations pita an from Australia every once in a while the phone rings. That's nice. I'd love to do. Find a property. To do with Pedo. Peter would like to find a property to do with me. We've talked about it, but we have no look. Yet yet we are positive what I said yet yet. Thank you very about. We're not. We're not putting an end to that. That's let's right. All right. I keep searching. I tried to what blocks me from rarely finding property the bowl game every day. And the ball game comes on. And everything stops. I should. And you know, in my ancient age. The by train assays, you've got to walk slow bunch every day. You've got to do these physical exercise, Joe flow, and I think that's very good, very good advice. And in the course of the day, I eat show fourth. Doesn't the game gums. And I sit. Who is your team dodge dot? I did. I did see a dodgers beanie baby when came in, which is not something I expected. Dodges for me. Well, no amidst the Hirschfeld's and the photos of hitch and chaplain. And how spin and all of these people? No, I was not prepared to find a dodgers beanie baby. Remember something that this is going to take to the beginning. Right? Which is where you hail from? Yes, you sir. The dodgers hailed. That's right. A proud proud citizen of Brooklyn, New York. You couldn't tell from his thick, Brooklyn accent. That's that's question. Number one. Where did the accent Goto but let you it's very, it's not unusual for you to ask that not for you, but for one skit. Sure. About three weeks ago. I was by some theater group, the name of which I cannot remember. They stowed lifetime of war on me..

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Howley happy thanksgiving i um will you take norman lloyd nor a normal they doc who was a norman voitey who is a doctor on think elsewhere if one hundred in three igf yossi was unsafe elsewhere that's fine yeah i just didn't it the name didn't ring a bell but he up he was on st elsewhere he's got the the celebs credentials to make the make the list so you've got him norman lloyd thanks for the call mike your next with highway cargo ahead mike how you doing good mm store yes yes and yes she she's one hundred years old yeah and she's right up of my quick pick less than now now she's taken though yes you've got her that's a good pack gene you've been picked in like the last i dunno twenty five thirty fifty death pools but sooner or later is going to win with her mike another mike your next with highway car go ahead mike i bet you on election night down an f one with the mayor pop hedlund who are real your home but i'm gonna go with dick van dyke dick van dyke while he's how old is he he at age ninety one i'm just looking at wicket pedia internet neurological problems that i take your home and he's an alcoholic that's not usually good i mean you could recover from being an alcoholic but what are you get up around ninety one it's a big your liver and kind of catches up with your liver and other raw bodily functions in the organs so that's a good pick to mike hold on you've got him see here neck you're next with highway cargo ahead nick hi uh mike pick is going to be connie sawyer she is a hundred in.

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I don't think that's going to be in houston but tonight game three dodgers astros there in houston in the series is split wonder won the gut wrenching lost that we saw from the other night were the dodgers lost an extra inning so they're going to pick that up today 5 o'clock first pitch all of the action on am five seventy la sports hour a friends down the hall now we did you see this story about this old guy who had not like the last time he saw world series game babe ruth split his pants that's a long time this is a fantastic story that uh that haley branson pops that in the in the times norman lloyd before he went into dodger stadium this week the the last world series he went to was in 1926 how old is he he's vis the will he was then so he's ninety he's one hundred three right now he says that he remembers october twenty sec arm sorry october second 1926 the yankees face the cardinals game one of the world series there he was there and he remembers the entire lineup cheese i don't even remember breakfast bo you would remember babe ruth lou gehrig okay yeah tony liz area bob musil ruth tore the seat of his pants and he said the rest of the crowd went crazy is the yankees trainer dark woods ran out on the field with a needle and thread a needle and thread to fix is uniform on the field right there as glass uh so he got finally got to go back to a world series game this week salt anyway that's that's tonight game three is tonight and let's just hope hiccup i hope for my own purposes that the world series go seven games i i think that's the best way to really i guess general rate interest is to make this bingo seven games 'cause the viewership is actually down from last year yes and i think that it would be awesome to have games six and seven back here in los angeles ivic next tuesday wednesday night that place that place me dodge state would be absolutely nuts if it gets to that so so good luck let's let's maybe maybe we give the dodgers two out of three in houston so get at least one back at least one back here oh just his treasures just went out i was.

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"norman lloyd" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"norman lloyd" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It is friday over twenty seven during she was on her way to foxboro massachusetts the chargers are taken on the patriots on sunday morning so she's getting ready a headstart on that traveling with team before we get to any football stuff i i'm one of those people who believes zip football season doesn't actually start until baseball season is over two so i don't think ms go is going to be in houston but tonight game three dodgers astros there in houston in this series is split wonder won the gut wrenching lost that we saw from the other night were the dodgers lost an extra inning so they're going to pick that up today 5 o'clock first pitch all of the action on a and five seventy yellow sports hour a friends down the hall now we did you see this story about this old guy who had not like the last time he saw world series game babe ruth split his pants that's a long time this is a fantastic story that uh that haley branson pots that in the in the times norman lloyd before he went into dodger stadium this week the the last world series he went to was in 1926 how old is he he's zee's will he was tonight is then so he's ninety he's one hundred three right now he says but he remembers october twenty sec arm sorry october second 1926 the yankees face the cardinals game one of the world series there he was there and he remembers the entire lineup she's i don't even remember breakfast bo you would remember babe ruth with a lou gehrig okay yeah a tony liz area bob musil ruth tore the seat of his pants and he said the rest of the crowd went crazy is the yankees trainer dark woods ran out on the field with a needle and on needle and thread to fix is uniform on the field right there as glass so he got finally got to go back to a world series game this week salt anyway that's that's tonight game three is tonight and let's just hope of i hope for my own purposes that the world series go seven games i think that's the best way to really i guess general rate interest is to make this thing go seven games 'cause the.

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