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Fresh "Northwest" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:30 min | 16 min ago

Fresh "Northwest" from News, Traffic and Weather

"Five and highway 20 a collision has been cleared from the left lane. You're next. 49 44 I'm J. Phillips on Co Moh news. Shannon O'Donnell has your co Moh forecast Be Tuesday night. Here in the Great Pacific Northwest. Everybody beautiful blue skies by day and starry skies by night. Aside from a little bit of patchy fog, especially Around the waterfront early Wednesday morning. It will stay clear all night long time starting out in the forties in the morning, ending up in the low to the mid seventies for another really warm day on Wednesday, But that will be all she wrote in terms of this warm and dry spell, clouding up pretty quickly on Thursday and more of the same on Friday as we back off into the upper fifties to about 60 Further cooling just low fifties on Saturday. That's quite a drop. And that's because the rain makes a comeback in the coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon No. Dogs are 63 degrees as the world of the nation continues to react to the verdict of the Derrick Children case, many local community leaders and now responding to the outcome is welcome was Jonathan Chou, reports from Seattle and the defendant Guilty?.

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Wildfires Can Contaminate Outdoor Marijuana Crops

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 19 hrs ago

Wildfires Can Contaminate Outdoor Marijuana Crops

"As more states. Pass laws permitting. Marijuana use the legal barriers to growing cannabis are crumbling but wildfires. Pose risks to many outdoor growers in california and the pacific northwest. Jonathan vodka is ceo of front range biosciences a colorado based biotech company that breeds hemp and provides nursery expertise to cannabis growers. He says wildfire smoke in temporarily block out sunlight that can shorten the time. The plant spends growing branches and leaves. It can stunt the growth it can even with a photosensitive plant like cannabis closet it to go into early. Flowering that can reduce the overall yield soot. An ash can also settle onto leaves and soil. Some of it can be cleaned off but much is still unknown about how wildfire smoke can affect the plants in the longer term fought says smoke could taint the flavor or even worse if buildings or structures that contain lead or fire retardants burn than you can actually ended up with even much more toxic types of compounds that can contaminate your crop as the climate changes. Wildfires are getting more extreme law. Gore's ac new opportunities as canada's laws change they may also face growing

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Fresh "Northwest" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:40 sec | 19 min ago

Fresh "Northwest" from News, Traffic and Weather

"Could easily double the daily number of vaccinations when there's more supply. Charlie Harder. Come on news, someone whose time 9 34 and traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center J. Phillips in the Canyon Park area. North Bound I For all five, just north of the bottle. Every highway, there's a collision blocking the right lane Fire. Even State patrol have arrived on the scene in Seattle south bound on First Avenue South. At Royal Brome and accident blocking the right lane is being cleared as we speak on up in Burlington north, bound by five and highway 20 a collision has been cleared from the left lane. You're next. 49 44 I'm J. Phillips on Co Moh news. Shannon O'Donnell has your co Moh forecast Be Tuesday night. Here in the Great Pacific Northwest. Everybody beautiful blue skies by day and starry skies by night. Aside from a little bit of patchy fog, especially.

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Three Dead in Austin Shooting

Leo Laporte

00:14 sec | 2 d ago

Three Dead in Austin Shooting

"Three adults are dead in northwest Austin, the shooter on the loose interim police chief Jo Jo Cone. We are concerned that he might possibly take a hostage and be himself sheltered somewhere. Police believe the situation is domestic and

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Fresh "Northwest" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Northwest" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Here for you. The George Washington University Hospital Physicians are not employees or agents of this hospital. It's 11, 18 traffic and weather on the eighth. Here's rich hunter in the W T o P Traffic center. New closure and the district's gonna be Franklin Street northeast, just south of Michigan Avenue that is closed in both directions as result of police activity. Be extra careful over there and watch for police direction Out down Suitland Parkway in your standard they were checking for the crash. Nowhere, Jennifer. Any lanes are blocked. But be aware you were running both sides of Suitland Parkway headed towards stand road as a result in Northwest 15 Street, north and Posted I street due to the crash and again at his one way north bound. If you're traveling over in southeast to stretch his savanna Street closed between Stanton Road, 19th Street that has resulted heavy response to a structure fire in an apartment building so again, lots of fire rescue apparatus there as result now over in Northwest, leaving the district headed toward the outbound Roosevelt Bridge on 66 West better at that point, but the Potomac Freeway, leaving the Whitehurst Freeway headed toward the Roosevelt, squeezing by the milling and paving projects thing. Will file left on the Beltway in Maryland in a loop after University Boulevard works in along the right side, You stay left to get by no reports of any delays again doing some work on the Northwest Branch Bridge and then on the outer loop, leaving the Springfield interchange headed toward Van Doren Street to rightly and sketch by a bridge inspection crew. Heaviest volume by far on 95 1st South bound issue approaching past center for park backs of 1 36. Squeezing by that work. So in single file, right North bound as you had north and dump recent past the truck scales up toward Dale City. Single file left gets by there again. Very heavy and slow route wanted. L Boulevard will put you back on the 95 North found beyond the works And in any associated delay and on the south. Downside If you exit before center Poor parkway, take Route one down to 17 and 17 north back to 95. To avoid that delay as well. Some trips just can't wait. That's why Northern Virginia's transit providers are here to get you where you need to go. Visit Nova rides dot or to play in your safe and healthy trip. Rich Hunter w terribly traffic, not a storm team for in a million Draper scattered showers out there on this Tuesday night, especially west of Washington, with lows in the upper forties to mid fifties highs tomorrow in the sixties, but temperatures will fall throughout the.

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Three Dead in Austin Shooting

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Three Dead in Austin Shooting

"A manhunt is underway in Austin, Texas, after three people were shot to death, a man and two women. It happened around midday Northwest Austin Interim police chief Joshi Koen says they're looking for 41 year old Stephen Broderick. Bill have many, many people in this area from all the agencies and I talked about that have That continued to look in this area or this individual. She can't says they still don't know the motive. As the investigation is underway, reversed night 11 call had gone out warning people in the area to shelter in

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Fresh "Northwest" from The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

00:41 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Northwest" from The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

"Amos State Park and on row former President Trump. Even though we lost the election, Trump won Ohio with more votes than any candidate in state history. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and this is Pops knew. Mostly cloudy for our evening with North Northwest winds around 10 to 15 and gusting up to 25 full of a slight chance of some scattered snow flurries or light Sprinkles through the evening hours. Otherwise we'll stay cloudy overnight with a low of 20 degrees, but then warm up to 50 on your Wednesday more clouds in the morning with a slight chance of scattered snow flurries, but becoming more sunny throughout the day and will remain breezy for your Thursday with more sunshine and a high of 60 it from the flag Radio Weather Center on meteorologist Justin Storm. Hi, Jenny. Here from your local big deal store. Have you checked this place out yet? We've got gift certificates from dozens of local businesses. All sale priced. I'm talking restaurants, entertainment, car care.

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Manhunt Underway in Austin After 3 Killed in Shooting

Balance of Nature

00:13 sec | 2 d ago

Manhunt Underway in Austin After 3 Killed in Shooting

"A manhunt is underway in Austin, Texas, after three people were shot to death. A man and two women. It happened round midday northwest Austin interim police chief Joshi Koen says they're looking for 41 year old Stephen

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Fresh update on "northwest" discussed on What's On Your Mind - Encore

What's On Your Mind - Encore

00:24 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "northwest" discussed on What's On Your Mind - Encore

"Family Freedom and free enterprise is what we stand for long. We've been a talk show host. I'm also a lawyer and author of Professor in My program frequently kicks around everything that matters in politics, The media and everything else in this country joined me for all the newsmakers opinionated and entertaining my program that you hear it show covers the early morning hours from 2 to 5 A.m. on 1100. Mostly cloudy for our evening with North Northwest winds around 10 to 15 and gusting up to 25 full of a slight chances and scattered snow flurries or light Sprinkles through the evening hours. Otherwise we'll stay cloudy overnight with a low of 20 degrees, but then warm up to.

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White Army Officer on Video Threatening Black Man Is Charged

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

White Army Officer on Video Threatening Black Man Is Charged

"In northwest Washington. W T. O P. Now at 12 51 soldier in South Carolina is facing criminal charges after a video of a confrontation with a black man. White non commissioned army officer Jonathan Pentland has been charged with third degree assault after he was caught on a viral video accosting and shoving a black man in a neighborhood near Fort Jackson in Columbia. South Carolina. Thean incident has led to protest what we watch way came out today because I wanted to make my voice heard, so people know that this is not okay. We can no longer stand by and just let it happen. The black man told the soldier.

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Bicyclist dead, 3 injured after multi-vehicle crash in Northwest Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last week

Bicyclist dead, 3 injured after multi-vehicle crash in Northwest Washington, DC

"DC happened around 7 30 Yesterday evening on Massachusetts Avenue near Second Street, D c. Police believe in SUV on Massachusetts hit the cyclist and another SUV, Simon. Titanius Lee, causing several other accidents. W T O P Traffic reporter Dave Gildan was at the crash scene near the broken car parts. The damaged capital bike share bicycle on its side on the pavement helmet about 10 FT. Away. Van head on into a traffic signal pole, several other damaged vehicles. Police reconstruction ongoing in D C. Police say the man

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Bicyclist dead, 3 injured after multi-vehicle crash in Northwest Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | Last week

Bicyclist dead, 3 injured after multi-vehicle crash in Northwest Washington DC

"Is dead after a multi car crash in northwest DC, had happened it around 7 30 yesterday evening on Massachusetts Avenue near Second Street, D. C. Police believe it happened when an SUV on mass Avenue hit the cycle list and another SUV simultaneously. That initial crash led to several other accidents. W T O P Traffic reporter Dave Gildan was at the crash scene near the Broken car parts damaged capital bike share bicycle on its side on the pavement helmet about 10 FT. Away. Van head on into a traffic signal pole, Several other damaged vehicles. Police reconstruction, ongoing D C. Police say a man was riding a bike when he was hit by a car and later died. Ah, woman was also her but is expected to be okay. Six vehicles were involved in that crash. It

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How to Generate Loyal and Committed Clients with Cristy Nickel

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:13 min | Last week

How to Generate Loyal and Committed Clients with Cristy Nickel

"The working with christy nikko. Christie is the president and ceo of code rid author of the code revolution number. Two will ranked boxes. Currently retired and celebrity tristesse a warning from china in elite level. Athletes is also the author of four books. I'm really excited to have her on the show. She's an evid makita salesperson and has got a kick ass business which we're gonna talk about today's episode. Welcome to the show. Kristy yes and the mohawk. Let's not forget the mohawk. Oh my god. I got a different color for change it constantly. My poor husband walks around the corner. He goes and he goes. Oh as you. And i'm like why do you think it's red now. So yes thank you for that awesome introduction. Only some some background on you. What do you do. Who do you help. And how'd you get into the space. The elevator pitch is. I created a nutrition program that enables people to lose ten percent of their body weight every month without shakes pills diet foods or exercise. So that's kind of the some of the code red lifestyle but it kind of started back when i was. I was raised in northern idaho which is in the pacific northwest and i was raised very poor. My dad was a cop and our local minister was a very small town and my mom worked for minimum wage and we just had no money but we raised on a farm and so we were very poor growing up and when it was time for me to move out of the house and go to college. Nobody in my family helped me. That was zero help. I was working. I bought my first horse at ten years old making monthly payments to my neighbor to buy this horse so i started waiting tables and i was just waiting tables and bartending trying to put myself through nursing school and i was approached by a boxing coach after he watched me in in a local boxing class. And he said how long you been. Boxing and i said forty four minutes. And he said you have a propensity for this. And i was like pow whatever and he goes. Do you wanna fight. And i thought fight. Are you kidding me like real fight. I've never even been in a fight. Never been hit. He said you could earn money. Well that's all. I needed to hear because i was so poor so i literally started fighting for my dinner. I started fighting for five hundred bucks a five. This legit federally licensed sanctioned boxing matches you know six ounce gloves Twelve rounds three minute rounds and little. Did i know. I was really good at boxing

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Miami-Dade detention center worker arrested over alleged sexual battery of juvenile inmate

Sean Hannity

00:22 sec | Last week

Miami-Dade detention center worker arrested over alleged sexual battery of juvenile inmate

"30 year old juvenile detention center employees nabbed on sexual battery churches by Miami Dade Public School police. Reported victims a 15 year old girl who was an inmate at the state owned Miami Girls Academy along the northwest 27th Avenue, Jovon Tade. Richardson faces two felony sexual battery on a minor by an adult and detention facility Employees sex misconduct with an inmate

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Climate Change Is Messing With Your French Fries

Climate Connections

01:11 min | Last week

Climate Change Is Messing With Your French Fries

"You want fries with that. Potatoes are very popular side dish. The most common potato variety is the russet burbank which is mainly grown in the pacific northwest. But as the climate there gets warmer and drier growing these tubers may become more difficult. Novi is with the. Usda agricultural research service in idaho. He has to water their crops. Many farmers in his state depend on mountain snowpack which melt slowly throughout the growing season. And so if we have less snowfall up in the mountains or earlier melting of that snowpack that can impact our irrigation. Going into the future hot dry weather can reduce farmers yields and it can make the potatoes grow unattractive bumps novi says another risk posed by rising temperatures. Is that more of the potato. Starch content will convert to sugar then when you fry that tuber. We've got a very dark potato chip or dark. French fry so not desirable by most consumers to help the industry adapt novi another. Scientists have been developing new more potato varieties so even as the climate changes. Diners can continue to order fries with

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"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

01:54 min | Last week

"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Today and my month long search for strange places from around the world. Both man made and natural traveled. Canada's northwest territories and deadman's valley located a hani national park reserve in the whole region northwest territories canada surround miles west of yellow night. And it was eleven thousand square miles in area. Part of the mackenzie mountains reside. Within and the south nonni river flows through the center. It was named a national park. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy six and a unesco world heritage site nineteen seventy eight. The park is surrounded by huge peaks and features geysers sing. Kohl's deep canyons caves. Gorgeous and beautiful untouched. Forest within these stunning vistas lies. Virginia falls three hundred fifteen feet high or twice the height of niagara falls. This by the by is the last known. Location of the wahiawa abair dog and one ten thousand years ago woolly mammoth. The area is a true wilderness and has been largely unexplored as it is accessible. Only by air new hani's from the language of the indigenous dna people that have inhabited the region for thousands of years in means the people over there in reference to a tribe of mountain tooling people the naja who were once known to raid lowlands settlements before mysteriously vanishing there is speculation that they may have been ancestors of the modern day navajo over the years. There have been many mysterious stories that have emerged from the area. The names of park areas such as deadman's valley headless headless range and the funeral ranch relate to these strange stories and legends

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Legends of the Nahanni Valley

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

01:54 min | Last week

Legends of the Nahanni Valley

"Today and my month long search for strange places from around the world. Both man made and natural traveled. Canada's northwest territories and deadman's valley located a hani national park reserve in the whole region northwest territories canada surround miles west of yellow night. And it was eleven thousand square miles in area. Part of the mackenzie mountains reside. Within and the south nonni river flows through the center. It was named a national park. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy six and a unesco world heritage site nineteen seventy eight. The park is surrounded by huge peaks and features geysers sing. Kohl's deep canyons caves. Gorgeous and beautiful untouched. Forest within these stunning vistas lies. Virginia falls three hundred fifteen feet high or twice the height of niagara falls. This by the by is the last known. Location of the wahiawa abair dog and one ten thousand years ago woolly mammoth. The area is a true wilderness and has been largely unexplored as it is accessible. Only by air new hani's from the language of the indigenous dna people that have inhabited the region for thousands of years in means the people over there in reference to a tribe of mountain tooling people the naja who were once known to raid lowlands settlements before mysteriously vanishing there is speculation that they may have been ancestors of the modern day navajo over the years. There have been many mysterious stories that have emerged from the area. The names of park areas such as deadman's valley headless headless range and the funeral ranch relate to these strange stories and legends

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Ports of Tacoma, Seattle commit to a goal of zero emissions by 2050

News, Traffic and Weather

00:45 sec | Last week

Ports of Tacoma, Seattle commit to a goal of zero emissions by 2050

"Cargo ships. Another ocean going vessels make up nearly 60% of harmful emissions at Northwest ports, so they're working to bring those emissions to zero in less than 30 years. Carrie Brown, environmental director for the Port of Vancouver, BC says they're also working On a transition to cleaner rail, trucking and port equipment. It's also important to consider that port authorities have limited control and influence over these activities. And we'll need to work with government to inform the right policies that promote both clean technology and reinforce competitiveness, Port terminals and Seattle and Tacoma have already made some changes like shore powers of ships can plug in and Turn off their diesel engines while docked. They also acknowledge the changes will require a lot of money and likely some new

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How Baylor Upset Gonzaga

News, Traffic and Weather

01:45 min | Last week

How Baylor Upset Gonzaga

"Deep in the heart of Texas after the regular bears broke the hearts of basketball fans across the Northwest. Is ABC. TJ Holmes. The Baylor Bears champions and spoilers, ruining Gonzaga's hopes of a historic undefeated season and in blowout fashion, dominating the Bulldogs from start to finish. The Baylor Bears the national champions and winning their first title in school history is really like a family like After 30 days in the bubble, we ate together watched movies together. We did everything together, and that's just a really cool thing. I remember that probably more than win the championship. Baylor guard Jared Butler was named most outstanding player after his 22 point performance that included 43 pointers and leading Baylor's beat down of the bulldog. Gonzaga. Enter the championship matchup Undefeated 31. Oh, but was in trouble right out of the gate, going down nine to nothing in the opening minutes with After surviving last rounds late game thriller, Gonzaga was hoping for more magic and a comeback. It's really really tough wand. And storybook season on and obviously we're all disappointed in here. But, you know, as I told the guys like you make it this far in your 31. I know going into the last one. There's absolutely nothing you should ever feel bad about. But Jalen subs in the Bulldogs never recovered from Baylor's devastating opening blow. The city of Waco deserves this Texas way. Got a national championship to the state deserves it. Guys get this the last three teams that were in the tournament undefeated and went to The final four they lost in the final four that was being held in Indianapolis.

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Child struck and killed by a vehicle in northwest Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Child struck and killed by a vehicle in northwest Washington, DC

"Forget Hermosillo. Just 25 degrees this morning at Dulles Airport. It's 33 washing. 10 and 30 right now in Bui, brought to you by new look home design right now Save 50% on all roofing materials. 6 6 20 20 U. U. S. S. Capitol Capitol Police Police are are again again in in mourning mourning after after yesterday's yesterday's deadly deadly attack attack For For the the second second time time this this year, year, A A U. U. S S capitol capitol police police officer officer has has died died in in the the line line of of duty duty with a very, very heavy heart.

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4-year-old Washington DC boy dies after being struck by car

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

4-year-old Washington DC boy dies after being struck by car

"News this morning. A four year old boy is dead after he was hit by a car in northwest D. C. The child was taken to the hospital at the time was later pronounced dead. Police telling Wtlv this morning. The driver apparently stayed at the scene as authorities investigate the circumstances leading up to the crash. The crash happened around 3 15 yesterday Thursday afternoon on Georgia Avenue near the intersection with Kennedy Street.

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Race and Remembrance in Hanks Alabama Hometown

Buried Truths

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Race and Remembrance in Hanks Alabama Hometown

"This is very truths. I'm hank clip off. I received an email one day from the library in my hometown. florence alabama. oh boy. I thought they're finally catching up with me. They're looking for that biography of hank. Aaron checked out in elementary school and never returned but the email was actually a lovely invitation to bring berry truth to town my hometown and record episode there. I kind of liked that idea as i chatted with the library. Folks i mentioned something that's often been on my mind in the many years since left florence for college and career. It was something that started as an observation. Actually a memory. That i really couldn't swear was true. In which became a theory that could improve on this special episode recorded before a live audience at the florence lottery. Dale public library. We're going to explore that something. Now let me begin by locating florence. Its way up in the top left hand corner of the state of alabama and sits along the tennessee river. The town probably reached thirty thousand people when i was growing up. And is it about forty thousand. Now there's much to talk and brag about and florence and in the greater muscle shoals region of northwest alabama where florence is situated. And my memory. Which is what we're about to test here. Is that the shoals region of the state and florence in particular on matters of racial attitudes and race relations were by most measures more progressive than the rest of alabama. Now say that with a lot of pride now a wanna be clear about what. I'm not saying. I'm not feeling woozy. From the glint of moonlight in the scent of magnolias. I'm not saying there was no racism or complete absence of racial violence.

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Record Cold Front In Chicago Tonight And Tomorrow

Ben Shapiro

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Record Cold Front In Chicago Tonight And Tomorrow

"Busting into record cold territory tonight and tomorrow night. We're dipping down into the mid twenties, couple of nights here in a row with a hard freeze across the area. I'm sorry to say Northwest winds behind a secondary cold front down from Canada Come in tonight and Thursday. And early April is frigid. 26 degrees are load tonight. Partly cloudy and cold. Thursday High 37 Lou 27 tomorrow night from the Weather Channel meteorologist Scott Larrimore, wls Am 8 90 with another update, 30 minutes Right now, with no hair 41 midway 43 along the lakefront

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Man found living in Seattle couple's basement

News, Traffic and Weather

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Man found living in Seattle couple's basement

"Couples. John Marino Live tonight in Seattle with the shocking discovery in this operation Crime and Justice Report, Joe Preston Police say this man was raiding the refrigerator had made up a bed, even arranged his clothes in one of the rooms Now this went on for a couple days before the woman who already lived there realized that She had company. Down. This private drive at the edge of Magnolia is a neighborhood filled with high end homes. Seattle police say a man decided to move into one of them, even though it was already occupied. That's the concerning part here right is That this person was able to work their way into the home and stay there for a couple days without being detected. The situation was like a scene out of parasite, a film in which a man hides out for years in a mansion without the owner's ever realizing she had a police say the man in Magnolia had only been living there a couple days before officers were called out to investigate. The police report says the man was eating food from the refrigerator downstairs. He'd also made a bed had playing cards. And close organized on the floor and surrounding furniture. Neighbors say it is shocking but not so surprising. And then worst thing more homeless issues before. People just don't have a lot of hopes. Others trying to make ends meet. Officers arrested the man for burglary and trespassing. He told him. He just come from Texas. Wait, served six months for assault and trespassing. He was able to kind of just hide out there in the basement for a couple days and Thankfully, nobody got hurt. A man had a court hearing today and although he does face criminal charges of judges ordered that he undergo a mental health evaluation first. Back to you. Wow. What a story, Joel. Thank you. Developing tonight, the state Legislature, taking a big step toward shutting down the Northwest

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"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to drew mysteries of the pacific northwest stories of strange and unexplained people places and events obscured by the of time. I'm your host. hi remarkable. Today's mystery the bigfoot battle on mount saint helens in paul they call the creature. Yeti across asia's higher elevations they call it the abominable snowman in canada. The word suss squash the word. Sach quash is believed to come from the salish word. Meaning wild man or harry mad j w burns coined the term in the nineteen thirties. He was an indigent to sign to the shahala ban. Now known as first nation people of canada who claim a close bond with such watch and believe it has the ability to move between the physical and the spiritual realm in the pacific northwest. It has yet a different name. In oregon they refer to the tall gorilla sized creature as bigfoot. An eighteen eighty four article. And victoria's british communist is often cited as the earliest documentation of a sach quad citing. The article describes the capture of a half man half beast near yale. British columbia nicknamed him. Jackal it was described as something of a guerrilla tight that resembled a human coveted thick glossy. Black hair no one for sure. When the northwest bigfoot legend truly began but the most successful launching pad for the public's obsession is known as a battle that supposedly took place in a narrow gorge on the east flank of mount saint helen jr the gorge is now called a canyon. It was the summer of nineteen twenty four when four. Glassy eyed prospectors stumbled out of the woods claiming to have been attacked by a group of seven foot. Tall harry. bee's fred back. Gabe fever john peterson. Marian smith and smith son roy described comment upon guerrilla men near where they had built a small cabin. They were eight miles from spirit lake where they encountered the group when they described their ordeal to a reporter for the oregonian newspaper. They estimated them at about four hundred pounds apiece and seven feet tall..

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"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Today we're going to look at the Cascadia subduction zone, and what could be a mega quake the Pacific northwest subduction zone earthquakes have occurred every three hundred fifty years since six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for earlier quakes come from core samples taken from the. The Ocean floor, and from rings counted in the Ghost forest that I'll talk about a little bit later. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions, Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet, massive coastal storms during nine, hundred and ninety, seven, Ninety, eight, washed away tons and tons of sand, revealing hundreds of stumps, the remnants of a Sitka spruce forced. It is through. Through a combination of carbon dating an accounting of rings that the data, the last Cascadia subduction zone or C. S. Z. quake took place. The Earth's surface is made up of seven major plates and many smaller ones. The smaller plates creator earthquakes for short durations of fourteen forty five seconds at may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place of. Of Water call faultlines between plates March Eleventh Twenty Eleven Japan experience a subduction zone. Quite that lasted more than four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale. It was a fourth, most powerful or quake in the world. Since modern recording began in nineteen, hundred shake created a Su- Nami, the reached a hundred and thirty three feet and mood six miles inland google. Google Japan's main island upon shoot, eight feet in shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches, this was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate finally to help put earthquakes in perspective, the long Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds the Great San Francisco earthquake of nineteen six was. was eight point six that lasted forty five seconds, but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point, one of the Richter scale based on data from Oregon see geographer Patrick Corcoran and Usgs Alaska, science center kiss, missing mysteries will now tour the predicted minute by minute impact of Cascadia. Subduction Zone earthquake on the Oregon coast after three hundred twelve. Twelve years to see S Z could no longer take the strain it ruptures at a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of its length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the south. West sliding over the Wanda Fuca plate, but remember we're talking about across more. More than fifty miles deep, the first movement sons pressure wave that soapy way that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour, it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit Oregon's cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later. It reaches Portland in fifty seconds his Seattle at nine point one is what seismologist call a full rip? Most cities can withstand a six point. Eight quake lasted about forty five seconds, but the difference between a forty second, and a four-minute quake has like the difference between a head on collision at four miles, an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes shaking continues, the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle it will have suffered from ground liquefication Berlin will collapse, and they'll be gas fires citywide after six. Six minutes people seeking high ground to avoid the soon. NAMI will be impeded by debris driving. We'll be an impossibility at eight minutes. Nami will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide, but a flash flood speed leading edge will only be inches, but will increase to forty feet as predicted that the cascadia subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake twenty eleven. Keep in mind the by the time you finish listening to this. There will have been earthquakes somewhere in the world. The Pacific

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"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss missing mysteries. I'm your host could come today. I take you high up into the mountains of the Pacific northwest of the United Stage. For a very interesting encounter in Nepal. They called their creature. The yeti across Asia's higher elevations they call it the abominable snowman in Canada. The word suss squash is believed to be a sailor's word. Meaning wild man or Harry man seems J W Burns coined the term in the nineteen thirties. He was an Indian agent assigned to the spanned now known as I people of Canada. He claimed a close bond with squash and believe it has the ability to move between the physical the spiritual realm and the Pacific northwest has yet a different name in Oregon. They refer to the tall gorilla sized creature as bigfoot in Eighteen. Eighty four article. In Victoria's British colonist is often cited as the earliest documented evidence of a sasquatch citing. The articles described capture of a half man half beast near Yale. Bc NICKNAME JACKO. It was described as something of a guerilla type that resembled a human covered in thick greasy. Glossy black hair. No one knows for sure. When the northwest bigfoot legend truly began but the most successful launching pad from the public's obsession with it is known as battled supposedly took place in a narrow gorge on the east flank of Mount Saint. Helen's the gorgeous now called a canyon. It was the summer of nineteen twenty four when floor glassy eyed prospector stumbled out of the woods claiming to have been attacked by a group of seven foot. Tall Hairy Beasts Fred Beck. Gabe lefavor. John Peterson Marian Smith and Smith son. Roy described coming upon garage man near or they had built a small cabin. They were eight miles from Spirit Lake when they encountered the group when they described their ordeal to a reporter for the Oregonian newspaper. They estimated them at about four hundred pounds. Each and seven feet tall. One of the man is shot. A one hitting it. Three Times Beck said. The wounded animal toppled off a cliff that night while in their cabin. The beast attack finally making a hole in the roof. The cruisers two large rocks at them the next morning. All silent and the MED fled the woods. The next day the newspapers headline read fight with big apes reported by miners. Fable beasts are said to have bomb parted cabin the US force service decided to investigate ranger. H Hoffman. And William Welsh heightened to the forest with back who took them to the cliff where he said. The wounded man fell. I scrambled Dallas Supposedly Inaccessible Canyon of found. Nothing back in. The Rangers continued on to the prospectors cabin and that pointed out the large stones that have been used in the attack. Often at Welsh. Were impressed concluding that the gold miners have probably place a large stone. Sarah themselves but an Oregonian reporter ask syringes when they returned to Kelso Washington. What about the fourteen inch long footprints found near the cabin Othman create an imprint in the ground using the knuckles and palm of his right and they were made that way he said so answer story? The bigfoot dot along Mount Saint Helen's of nineteen twenty four but despite the Rangers report of the story people still want to believe today across Washington Oregon. Bigfoot can be found on mugs t shirts and if you talk to the right people and ask questions they might show you a picture of bigfoot. Well the battle of big foot high up in the mountains. Mount Saint Helen's the Pacific northwest was produced. Here at night. All sound studio and brought to you. By the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library and stories of adventure fiction life on the edge kit CRUMB DOT COM and by international psychic and medium Sharon Bauer. Who's the author the Book Life? Eternal love immortal. Then you get that. It's Sharon Bauer medium DOT com. I'm kit chrome. Thanks for listening..

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"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss Miss Mystery. Sign your host Kit Crumb. If you've been following along you know that. I've done a story on a character or individual call billy falstaff titled. Where bill ago and it was probably the most bizarre story that I have ever done on this podcast and it had attracted a lot of skeptical responses and some interesting responses and one in particular that I'm going to do today. That's almost as bizarre. If not more so than billy falstaff but first let me recount some of the facts about Billy falstaff in case you didn't follow that story case. So since my podcast about Billy falstaff who in nineteen eighty two age eleven vanished in front of twenty two adult witnesses and turned up fifteen hundred miles away wandering in the Shiloh. National Cemetery in Tennessee and who I finally tracked down as a drummer of the union's side during the civil war killed at the battle of Shiloh in eighteen sixty two I have been bombarded with two kinds of emails. Those were skeptical of the story. Despite the facts I provided and emails wanting me to investigate a vanishing based on personal knowledge one of the many emails wanting me to investigate a vanishing is this one. I am about to recount. There was one email that caught my attention. It came from the daughter of Karl as a Democratic senator from Arizona. It's important to note that Senator Hayes passed away at the age of ninety two in one thousand nine hundred seventy and that in nineteen forty to his only child. Patricia Hayes was born now seventy seven the absolutely unbelievable incident that she recounted occurred in nineteen sixty one when she was nineteen. Her father was a key figure throughout and made her promise not to mention any details of what she had witnessed to anyone until fifty years after his death. Some quick math assured me that indeed it had been fifty years since his passing the incident though. Incredible in itself is almost overshadowed by the length of government. Then President John F. Kennedy went through to cover it up and here's the incident. It was Saturday morning. June nineteen sixty one and Senator Hayes. Walking up the steps for his office in the Capitol building because it was Saturday he was bringing his nineteen year old daughter long and for the most part the steps and surrounding area with pretty much deserted halfway up the steps Senator Hayes was approached by asking for a handout. Something Pretty Rare in that area pat in the email said stranger was ten or twelve feet away and two steps below. She said she remembers her father producing a ten dollar bill. Remember that this is one thousand nine hundred sixty one and the homeless were less prolific in numbers. Anyway she said the man took two steps up and was on the same level as her father but still about ten feet away when he stepped forward closing the distance and reached out to take the ten dollar. Bill Gates vanished. Pat says her father looked around including up in the sky then took her hand and together. They ran the remainder of the steps. Hustled through the security locked the door once they were in his office. Her father explained that he was afraid of laser activity and she was driven to their home by a security officer. Pat explained in her initial email that although she was really spooked by the event on the Capitol steps. It didn't hit home until her father came home that evening and swore her and her mother to never speak of the event. She ended the first email asking. If I would be interested created a podcast around the event by response was a resounding yes but only if there was more than just the event that I need proof of the event and facts. Validated the proof. Her response was his. She could provide advance and places that determined that the vanishing did not result from a laser. But it would be up to me to validate does events and places probably through the freedom of Information Act. Her next response came in a letter. It was short. Look up the TRC and get back to me with what you found out. I've mentioned previous podcasts. That I get some of my research. Facts from the freedom of information or the F. A. And that usually. I was fishing for something specific reference to something but in this case I requested information specifically on the S. T. R. C. Forty one days later. I received a two page response as usual much of the contests redacted or blacked out this case. I could tell that names had blocked out what remained was at the S. T. R. C. Stood for Space Time Research Center. The center location was blacked out the day. L. This funding and defunding and closure was nine thousand nine hundred ninety two research on space and time was enforced by the president. Though I know it was Kennedy by the date is name of dotted in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. The funding ran out and was reappropriated by Congress at the request of the A. E. C. A. E. C. is the Atomic Energy Commission which has been around since nineteen forty six. It was president. Truman that put the commission in private hands rather than keep his operation regulated by the government some earlier research on another story revealed at the ABC had ties to area fifty one but that aside the documents from the freedom of Information Act showed that the Space Time Research Center was under the umbrella of the T. S. Slash Se. I on top secret label. That was as need to know as it gets from all this I knew for sure was that S. T. or C. Did exist and that it conducted research into space and time and that it was all top secret but had lost its funding was close down in one thousand nine hundred ninety two. What I now wanted to know was what the S. T. R. C. Discovered if anything from the research so as promised I sent the result of my findings through the freedom of Information Act that indeed. The start was real. And I asked Patricia Hayes an letter for the next bit of information that would lead me to the conclusion reached by the TRC. I never heard back from Patricia. Hayes and here's a strange part. I found that there was no. Us Senator Carl Hayes Democrat from Arizona therefore no Patricia Hayes. The email who ever. She was whatever name she used. Got No response and when I called the number that showed up when we talk by phone it had been disconnected but someone wanted me to research the S. T. R. C. When I mailed the freedom of Information Act with a specific reference to the str see. I did get a response. Was the story. She told me about the man vanishing fabricated like her identity as simply a ruse to get to inquire into the existence of the Star S. T. R. Z. I don't know this story left me with more questions to be sure the Nassar's what was the purpose of the str see. And why did someone go to so much trouble to get me to query the freedom of Information Act? I'll be doing more research for sure and you can be sure that what I find out will result in another podcast on what I call the vanishing act well vanishing act was produced here night owl sound studio and brought to you by the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library. I'LL CREEK CABINET RIDERS GETAWAY AT AL CREEK CABIN DOT com. I'm kid chrome. Thanks for listening..

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"northwest" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"northwest" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Places cinematheque graphically and geographically north by northwest sets sets thornhill and Eve the task of climbing above a corrupt world and resisting the people and circumstances. That would pull them back back down. Within the romantic context of north by northwest the apparent anomalies of the prairie stop episode appear as consistent developments of fabric patterns the Bizarre Assassination Attempt Thornhill Journey to meet Kaplan and learn the truth of his inexplicable circumstances the downward looking camera and the nightmare quality of the whole incident echo anticipate similar events and settings throughout the fill the seer vegetation tation which contrasts with the other verdant landscapes may perhaps be explainable as an early maturing corn crop but it clearly clearly functions more importantly to emphasize the infernal world to which thornhill has been sent dusty and desolate. purry stop is as hot. What is Hell and just as dangerous? It is a wasteland hunted for murder by the police and for counter espionage by Van Damme spies abandoned by the professor and his agency deceived by the woman he is already in love with isolated and exposed thornhill reaches the deer of of his journey at the hellish prairie. Stop after he returns to Chicago. His isolation begins to decrease and his ignorance is gradually early replaced by understanding. But for the moment he can fall no lower and the desolation of the place reflects the desolation of his fortunes Chins north by northwest flaunts. Its Polish and deafness. It is the opposite of that art which modestly conceals itself from. It's audience rich. Interior sets such a stonning exterior scenes as the recreated Mount Rushmore Monument the Florid wit of the dialogue attention attention getting camera angles and movements laboratory razzle dazzle like the subjective. Double images of the drunk driving sequence opulent technicolor. Crashes Explosions and cliff hangings. The continuous glittering parade gives the film an atmosphere of technical exuberance. The cinematic tour force of north by northwest draws attention as much to the style of its presentation as to what it presents itself. Furthermore Styles Ation and emotional intensity increase together the more technically arresting scenes like the UN in sequence the prairie stop and the final chase are also the most emotionally gripping among the artistic effects which become more conspicuous us. As emotional intensity increases we may include the soundtrack the lovers theme for instance from its introduction on the train to its it's a resolution as the Returning Twentieth Century Limited enters the notorious tunnel recurs with increasing emphasis as the love between Thornhill Thornhill and Eve grows to. What does the romantic journey of north by northwest lead? Generally speaking critics of Hitchcock's films have answered Third Entertainment Mere Entertainment if they are hostile and superior or resonant entertainment if they are friendly to judge the condition of all the characters at the beginning of the film humans are personally fragmented to judge the condition of Thornhill and Eve at the end of the film home. The maladies of being human are not beyond remedy. The Cure is love the most miraculous and unreasonable of the implausibility. He's of romance. And of course the most common in north by Northwest Thornhill and Eve find not only each other but also themselves elves their place in the world and understanding. Now it's time for our buzz from the back lot segment and while filming Vertigo. In one thousand nine hundred fifty eight Alfred Hitchcock described some of the plot of this project too frequent hitchcock leading men and vertical star Jimmy Stewart. Who naturally assume that hitchcock meant to cast him in the Roger Thornhill Cornhill role and was eager to play it? Actually Hitchcock wanted cary grant to play the role by the time. Hitchcock realize misunderstanding. Jimmy Stewart was so anxious anxious to play thornhill that rejecting him would have caused a great deal of disappointment so hitchcock delayed production on this movie until Stewart was already safely committed to filming auto parameters anatomy of a murder before officially offering him the role in this movie. Stuart had no choice. He had to turn down the offer for allowing hitchcock cast. CARY grant the actor. He had wanted all along while on location at Mount Rushmore. Marie saint discovered and was surprised. The cary grant would charge fans fifteen cents for an autograph. Alfred Hitchcock couldn't get permission to film inside the UN. So footage was made of the exterior theory of the building using a hidden camera and the rooms were later recreated on a sound stage as well he got footage of Carey grant approaching the top up of the stairs. And you can see that a man about to walk down does a double take upon seeing a famous movie star Eva. Marie Saint discussed how Alfred Alfred Hitchcock was dissatisfied with the costumes. The studio had designed for her and he marched hurt to Bergdorf Goodman and personally picked out the clothes for her are to wear in the film rather than go to the expense of shooting in South Dakota Woodland Alfred Hitchcock planted one hundred Ponderosa Pines on an MGM sound stage edge. Jessie Royce Landis was only seven years older than cary grant who plays her son in the film and speaking of age cary grant was initially reluctant to accept the role of Thornhill. Since it fifty five he was much older than the character in the script. The scene where the crop duster is chasing and shooting at Thornhill was filmed armed with a real airplane and the shot where the plane crashes into the fuel truck was done using large models of both truck and plane. Roger Thornhill appears on the left side of the screen for almost the entire movie conveying the westward journey at play and speaking of Hitchcock's attention to detail vandamme remarks in the rapid city South Dakota House scene that the plane taking them out of the country should touchdown in ten minutes. It is exactly ten minutes in real time when they see the plane. Starting on the landing Strip cary grant found the screenplay baffling and midway through filming told Alfred Hitchcock that it was a terrible script and they'd already done a third of the picture and he still couldn't figure out what was going on. Hitchcock knew this confusion would only help the movie star after all grants character. I had no idea what was going on in the story. Either Grant thought the movie would be a flop right until its premier where it was rapturously received not surprisingly apprising leave. The final chase scene was not shot at the actual Mount Rushmore. Alfred Hitchcock couldn't gain permission to shoot attempted murder on a national monument. The scene was shot in a studio. Replica of Mount Rushmore. Everything is shot very carefully so as to avoid associating the faces of the monument with the violence. This and finally in the perfect summary of hitchcock's methodical approach to filmmaking. Less than eight feet of film film was cut from the final release when it comes to film eight feet translates to about five seconds or one hundred and Twenty Wendy frames.

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"northwest" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

16:25 min | 1 year ago

"northwest" Discussed on Unspooled

"Dead or what are my other favorite. We have ever special guest for this week's episode his name is Daniel Raymond. He directed a film that was nominated for an academy award. It was a short film called. The man on Lincoln's nose in it is the film in honor of a man named Robert Boiling Dino. Could you tell us Robert. Boyle is yeah so bob. Oil lovingly referred to Bob I met him when he was nine years. There's old he was the chair of the production design program American substitute and I was a student and he designed a number number of hitchcock masterpieces starting with saboteur and then shot over doubt and then north by northwest and it's funny they picked up where they left off with the someone hanging off of a monument all these years later it's like who loved Robert Boyle love love our boy and they had a kind of a they they sort of patched up their differences after shadow of a doubt doubt which is like Hitchcock's conceived considers out I think his favorite picture and then he was putting together a project north by northwest and he and Bob got together and continued after North by northwest pretty much nonstop they were they continue to make the birds and predict a day and then Marnie back and location so this was a real working partnership because when I think about those five pictures they all have such a different look you know the Byrd has such a different feel than north by northwest than Salvator. I mean we talk about hitchcock so much on the show and I think in culture as is this like singular autour but you see him through bob boils is as a man in a partnership I mean what is it like to work with hitchcock. What is it like to have ideas and kind of help up mold and shape and push? I think what what Bob Boyle shared with me about working with hitchcock was how collaborative he was and he had the luxury having his own bungalow right on universal. He'd have an idea for a movie before award on the script was written he could have his core core all department heads Inner Room Brown to table to talk about the picture and design that picture and I learned that designing isn't necessarily Lee the sets its designing the story the narrative the scenes the the the images and for him he he always would start with an image in the case of north by northwest. The idea was shooting. You know the big climax on Mount Rushmore so he would gather all department heads ads including Robert Boyle. The production designer bought burks the cinematographer he might even have Herald Michaels. Who has the story board artist in an early meeting even before the script is written and Ernie Leeman screenwriter cases northbound's west and the costume designer they'd start talking about? What is the essential feeling of picture? It's so interesting that with the birds he said Bob Komo. I'd like to do this story based on the death nate the more original book Short Novella called the birds and he hands them the book and says let me know what you think and that night Bob goes home home and reads the Short Novella and he starts to think about Edward mooks scream as a kind of primal scream you know a man against nature and does a series of color sketches Watercolor Pesto and bring so these are Ikonos images that you'll find like hitchcock out work looks like that by Bill Krohn and of course they're the originals or Kademi library and right from the beginning you'll have sort of design the look and feel of the film and then he will have bob go I think too I works to find out whether technically technically they can realize the film but you know any other joke is that hitchcock directed from the inside of limousine and or from from a telephone you know and and and when I shop the man on Lincoln's News I had the pleasure of going to Bodega Bay where they shot the birds wow this is two thousand so that was thirty seven years earlier and then went up there with Robert Boyle and Harold Michelson who did the storyboards and they shared with me all sorts of anecdotes about working with hitchcock oftentimes he'd be the in the you know that the weather he didn't like bad weather but they needed gray gray skies to shoot that film and he being inside of a limousine call Bob over and Bob would come over and roll down the window and herald would be there and all hitchcock did was take his right hand it sort of his chest exactly where he wanted them to frame the shot weight. When you said Hitchcock directed from a limousine I thought you were being metaphorical but you were being actually liberal? He was really sitting on the set of some of his movies. Just being like really trusted his his crew. Bill Clinton called called Bob Burks Bob Boyle Harold Michelson and Albert Wedlock is Matt artist. It's Cox visualize irs. They could paint his movies. Let's talk about north by northwest. In particular I mean the park service would of course not let the actors the film on the Real Mount Rushmore but actually bob himself did climb down the face of Mount Rushmore. I mean was he doing. What was he trying to do? When he was up there like what was looking for and how dangerous was that he actually did the trying to fake doing in a movie indeed well? You told us so the original title the working. I didn't even think it was a working title. The original title was the Mammal Lincoln's nose and as I'm making the documentary indeed need who Robert Boyle was basically the man on Lincoln's knows I mean basically what Bob had to do was take a large format camera and takes stills stills as he was kind of being lowered he was on a harness and lowered down to the different parts of the monument that would Susan impossible to have carey grant hanging hanging exactly but in this case a great story because here's Bob sinking like what angles would hitchcock was not hitchcock wasn't in Mount Rushmore. It's more with Bob and you're doing this. Just below the production designer who's responsible for for pre visualizing not only pre visualizing allies in every camera setup and seen in shot that we see in the climax but it also devising the giant photographic blowups that the actor would be playing the scene against and pieces and parts and pieces of Mount Rushmore Monument Monument in Hollywood sound stage that I was fooled when I'm still student at. As Line met Bob and I'm watching north by northwest. I wasn't thinking thinking Oh boy. This is like a great you know tech you know visual effects shot. I was with the characters I mean I've seen his four plans for the the corn the cornfield sequence when most suspenseful scenes here's the production designer pres visualizing it. Basically what does he have to go with on the corn sequence Bob. I want you to find a place where Kerry can run but he can't hide and then the plane the the plane is going to come down and chase him but all right what do you do with that. Well how you make that into one of those compelling and significant different sequences of all time you design it and by design. It's the DAKOTAS it's shot by shot. Bob Boyle plans it out and did you see this kind of hand-drawn four plan with one thousand arrows and each represents a camera setup emission in one kind of interesting fallout from the north by northwest no sequence which is that hitchcock saw how good matte painting could be any any put me too much faith in going forward in his movies like what happened right right well Bob and Albert Albert Whitlock were assigned the beautiful Matte paintings were were for Marnie. I specifically what you're listening to. Because there's a it breaks the traditional sort of idea of of a visual realism they were more expressionistic in a way you the the the some of these matte paintings so so Bob said to hitchcock you know these don't look real and and it's a it's a street that that comes up against a harbor with a big ocean a big ship and and and and the thing is they shot that scene from several camera heights and not always matching the perspective of the of the Matte Painting and what is in that painting. It's a it's a giant backdrop that is painted to look like to make make look real basically and incredible artists notice matte painters who could with paintbrush sort of bring the life of city scape a mountain scape only in the case of the Birds Matt Albert whitlock would paint these giant backdrops and what happened with Martin is that Bob up oil comes out hitchcock as we can redo that we can redo these matte paintings if you want and hitchcock said No. Let's just shoot them as they are and of course the critics noticed that the it looked pretty didn't look real stood in front of like the Matte paintings from North Arthur Nice West right that's great question because what at the time at the MGM law they had kept the original paintings from north by northwest and it was just surreal to go back there with Bob Oil all these years later and they remounted it and then and there's a a shot in the documentary where he presses a button in the sound stage and the Matt merges from the ground and so that was that was really amazing so yeah fact I think do use matte paintings of northbound west will be featured at the brand new academy museum. That's opening and then I can only imagine standing in front of that is is the closest you can get to actually standing in front of Mount Rushmore indeed. It's it's it's amazing if feel like standing in front of North by northwest West you know it's like Whoa so it's so iconic and the color the kind of bluish tint of that film is really felt also in those in those beautiful Matte paintings. I can't wait to visit those. That sounds so exciting Daniel. Thank you so much for for this this. Let's talk. I really appreciate it. I appreciate it as well. It's always a pleasure talking about Bob Boyle and.

"northwest" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

13:14 min | 1 year ago

"northwest" Discussed on Unspooled

"That in the build up to this plane dive bombing coming him. There has been nothing but eerie quiet you he's there you hear the faint sound of the airplane. You don't know that it's going to be menacing that wonderful surreal shot of the man's the coming off of a car and standing across from James made or sitting across from cary grant on the street and just the stillness of it like I find the confident way in which let's this uh-huh this iconic scene be quiet and doesn't have to juice it up with a bunch of crazy violins and doesn't have to make it extra extra thrilling that he lets it build like that. I didn't even think about it like that. You write the scene is it is just the sounds of the machine gun sounds and it's such a simple yet ominous thing to make such a ridiculous Nicholas way of being killed seem so scary as like when are we ever going to be mowed down by a crop duster and and it just keeps on coming at him you add in the machine gun fire then you add in the actual crop dusting and his suit gets very clean very quickly but it it makes this very bizarre innocuous. This object become a really scary weapon. Yeah and I think that's really what drew hitchcock to this idea is yeah. It's really easy for him to put a man in a shadow and make that man look scarier have walking around in dark creepy sidewalk and oh somebody could jump out at him but I'm businessman in a business suit in the middle of nothing with bright sunshine. How can you freak people out with that? Yeah I think he was so content with his gifts maybe or or overfull or board with his gifts that he had to set this up for himself as the challenge you know hitchcock apparently one of the things he wanted to shoot for this fuzzy wanted to do a pov for me inside the plane and watching the person like fly down and shoot and kill and I think it it was supposed to be a Valeria and maybe plane but then they didn't have enough money for it so we didn't do it. Although later in life hitchcock said something that he's just said I don't even know who was in the plane and honestly I don't really care what was what was important to me was that the audience went through the emotion of that planes yeah. You never want to be in that plane. I think it's I I don't even think of the the plane as having a pilot in a way. It just seems like it's just the scary instrument. That's what I really respect about what he's trying to do that. Even north by northwest movie that I think looks a lot more literal on the surface hitchcock is like it's a fantasy. He's he was like north by northwest isn't even a direction. You know that's telling knew that this doesn't matter matters. CARY grant was like I don't understand what this movie is about and he's like doesn't matter we'll because the whole north west was not even a codename named just the way they discussed the film like that you know they knew they had to get the Mount Rushmore and they knew their starting in a New York. Oh well we're going in a north westerly direction in and they kept on joking north you know we're going North West and north by northwest and it got to the point in the film was released or getting to be released like well well. We have so much buzz on this movie already in the in the in the trade papers that will lose it. If we change the name now who cares we know it's not a real direction and it is. It's a it's a name that again. If you think about it it makes no sense but when you hear it connotes something different and I don't know it yeah most of the motion onscreen seems to be going south or southwest. I kept burning southwest out of the West. Oliver wasn't Carey Grant always in the left hand side of the screen too so I don't know I I also like the other fake name. The man Lincoln's nose will yet well so originally from what I understood they I mean I think they wanted cary grant to be like hanging out of Lincoln's nose and then have and then have a sneezing fit something like crazy like that he wanted him to slide down. Lincoln's nose have a sneezing fit in the nostril ostrow hence the name the mainland Glitz knows but the Department of the Interior would not allow it so the chasing had to be in between the heads. They thought that was like maybe you know sacrilege doc RELIG- in a way I think that's what makes this film to me at all psychologically interesting. I'll have to be honest. I'm not that interested in what's going nine. CARY grant's head in this film. I'm just like watching him. Keep up well. They're not there isn't much it's like he's just been wrongly accused and at every turn you the only emotion you need to do is that he's not guilty of this but yet everything points to him being guilty of it but yet what there is is there's this idea of what is American stability right. These are presidents literally carved in stone for all time. It's not a safe place to be right the United Nations the thing that's supposed to keep the world safe from the fifties and you can get murdered in there and I like how in this movie he's chipping away at the things that we're taking a reassurance in America in the fifties at the height of the Cold War and he is making us us even be equal equally complicit in the bad guys like like here in the scene where cary grant gets mad at the men from sending even ray saint back off to be with James Mason. She's is going off with ben down tonight on the plane. She's going off with Van Damme well. That's why we went to such lengths to make it a fugitive from justice so the van convertible declined to take her alone but you signed it and tell you how valuable she can be to us over there. You lied to me. You said that after tonight I needed your help. You got it all right. Do you think I'm GonNa let you go through this dirty business she has to nobody has to do anything. I don't like the game you play professor and what is held Mr on even whether it's a cold one if you fell as Catholic the van Damme's of this world without asking girls like to bed down with them fly away with them and probably never come back. Perhaps you ought to start learning how to lose a few Cold War's already doing that funny. I didn't even grasp any the of that the first time that I'm watching it because I don't think I care about the plot but you know and I don't think that that's a bad thing. It's sort of like I get it. I get what's happening putting you know and it's but yeah there's a little seeds of Ellis throughout it sued. I think what I didn't grasp when I I saw this movie ear would have really liked about doing this podcast with you. You is your I think of all these movies from the past as being random dots on a time line disconnected almost like a mobile. It's I'm loving putting them together -gether lacing them all together and really thinking about especially in the last two weeks how hitchcock's movies are getting increasingly surreal and fantastical and less reliant on logic at the same time that there's rise of hyper real films Marlon Brando being like I'm going to be Super Bowl. I'M GONNA mumble my words in that Hitchcock's almost competing eating with them. You're also in that that we split the Cold War. I want to give a little shout Leo Carroll who was the man in that scene Carol he was in a bunch of hit shots like he's one of Hitchcock's Hitchcock's favorite people. I think they did six movies going all the way back to carry grants. I won with him to suspicion and I'll have to say I love him. I love this idea of of the American villainy being so bland just showing up and sort of being called an in the character it got me thinking and here's where I don't want to get too mad at me that I would be the happy if north by northwest was not on the list interesting because that type of character and I think this type of film is something that I think like the Coen brothers do just as good if not better and I would lose north by northwest on the phone on the list for a Cohen Brothers film for an all American satire of a hapless man and forced into a situation. He wasn't expecting something to Cohen's are always all about. I WanNa see them here. I feel like we could lose his when I feel also doesn't come to that we have like three films in a row from from the same person all very different but we could we could pop sky out. I there's so many stories like this and for variety sake. I think it is worthy. As much as I love this movie. Is it the one or the ultimate one that should be on the listen and I think there's something about Vertigo and psycho that are solely unique as films that we I don't know the capture something thing whereas this is just a great great movie superfund great movie. It's a way I feel about bring a baby. Mamas it great super funny like great but we were in this zone if we have we have to sometimes take off the ones. We love not just the ones that we're like that one. You know I'm I'm not disagreeing with you. I'm not agreeing with you at all. It's tough because it's so iconic argue that this movie is more iconic than Vertigo. I think Vertigo is a better made film than this because it's deeper and it's weirder and it's a little bit more intense chillier. Yes yeah this. This is more enjoyable film than Vertigo. Watch us over Vertigo Crunchier Yeah I. It's a for me you know but I I hear you're saying like nick so there is wrestling with these things that are part of our economy American backdrop but at the same time you know we gotta if we can't make a bigger quilt. We got a swap out some panels every now and then we could go. We've got some good cary grant's on you're telling me we're GONNA put a Coen when brothers movie on here in place of this not mad at it. I can't argue that. I can't say that the Coens don't belong on here in Hitchcock belongs on here three times. You know four four yeah we we still have to get to we get to rear window. Oh resume part of my feeling about this is yeah..

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07:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Pleasure is the fan. Damn anyone ever told you that you overplay various around the severely hey Mr Kaplan I the trade Madison Avenue man who's been mistaken for someone else and you play the fugitive from justice opposed to trying to clear his name of a crime knows he didn't commit plays the PD Lavers by jealousy and betrayal seems to me you could stand a little just training from the the FBI and the actors studio performers La- satisfy you is when I played dead no very next row. You'll be convincing insinger. Show you playing dead. Literally is his next role. He fakes getting shot. Oh I love that but also the the actors studio you're the Elia Kazan gooney what happens in real life is the year after on the waterfront comes out Martin Landau Auditions for the actors studio as does young actor he owns five hundred people audition and only he and Steve McQueen get in Martin. Landau was also this actors studio trained guy who studied under Kazan in and then took these teachings and he went on to be like the Mentor for Jack Nicholson he mentor Anjelica Huston. I mean Martin. Landau is actually best friends with James Dean before this movie really yeah and I didn't really because I'm older. I don't really think of this Martin. I forget he was young because he's always been in my life right now. That's all I think about some. He's unmistakable edible for being Martin Landau but haven't seen him like this. Yeah I loved it. There's a through line where this movie that feel so old fashioned in a lot of ways and kind of the dignified cultural presents is also aware of what's happening around it in the fifties by casting these actors by racing by hitchcock telling her. I don't want you to do anymore or movies where you're washing dishes at the sink speaking of all these kinds of similarities. There's another Ilya Kazan on the waterfront similarity here which I he kind of perked up at which is a reveal over loud sounds right. I thought I was thinking about that yeah. It's the same thing I mean the difference. Is We kind of get the gist of what we don't hear the full plan versus on the waterfront. We know what he's telling her but I I love that convention was used in both films very differently but but again that same convention exactly exactly now do you mind if I acknowledge that I have kind of a crush James Mason this figure this film oh how could you not I think between a ham anchor walking I think I really am into men with big cheekbones. There's just something about a man with big cheekbone like yes James Mason please again. I feel like everyone's kind of in the pocket on this movie like there's something effluent about him. It's the way that we picture a bag and international national bad guy. You know it's like I don't know but it's it's. It's a charming thing you also see how she could fall in love with this Guy Yeah I feel like she does actually have James Mason year that she I mean who wouldn't fall for Dame's Mason. She seems to really mean it when she says that she met him. She just fell for this guy and actually hitchcock hitchcock. I believe also had his own crush James Mason that goes all the way back to rope really he gets name checked. Do you remember that no don't this is during the dinner party conversation I. I didn't like the new girl much distantly copy of no I didn't like are either closed. Fabulous simply divine absolute heaven are most sit crossed the man. I have a passion for James Mason. He good absolutely terrific. Sell it. Don't as the bull you know very obstinate it really but I have a confession to make you know I think I like Mason as much as Flynn. I'll take care grant myself. Oh so I in the love that I've never seen eleven years before he puts cary grant and James Mason a film come together. He's having two women argue about who's more attractive well speaking of James Mason his appeal. Let's talk really quickly. Do you think this is why he worked so well in the lead I mean here's here's a guy who's born in nineteen thousand nine even re- saint born in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. It's a pretty big age difference between these two characters affiliate hired a Caprio. She's too old. Actually she's over thirty in this movie he would he would never but there's something about him that I feel like he's appealing to the young and the old in that even that scene that we just sophomore just been in a star is born not that long before this where I feel like I'll get yelled at for this. The Judy Garland has stars born is not my favorite stars born but he is really lovely in it. I mean he's just so magnetic like what I really like about him. Maybe it is because he was born early that he grew up to be the guy who really was a huge silent film guy even still like you would narrate documentaries on chaplain. He bought Buster Keaton's old house the same decade you Batas old house any found old buster Keaton movies in the house which is amazing and he like pay to get them restored. I love that about him and I loved the James Mason. This is very near and dear to my heart. He was a big cat guy. Nine cats wow nine cats. He actually wrote two books about his cats more. They called what was called the cats in our lives and I think it was like letters from on my cat or something which this very much in my alley he would draw the the pencil sketches of his cats do very good but also this scene that we were playing with them in the auction house. Would I love about it is how it ties into the cary grant suit -ness of it all that Kerrigan is a man in a suit that should let him walk into any room honestly that suit. Let's go the plaza that suit let them go to court. That suit makes him look like a man who can blend in. There's a lot of I mean I feel weird. Using the word white privilege completely in this way but like cary grant in this movie is a man who's privileged enough to look the part to go anywhere in this in this scene he's wearing the suit in apart where he knows he fits in and he has to the choose not to fit in. He has to choose to disrupt the auction and watching him do that even though he looked so perfect that I think adds to the tension that he's not a guy who's showing up in you know what would be like the Grease Sir outfit of Nineteen fifty-nine you know he's making a choice to not fit in for the first time in this film. I love that I love that idea amy we can't not speak of probably one of the most famous scenes in film history which is of course the crop duster scene. We've talked about it a little bit this is we. We talked about James Bond in the beginning. This is a scene that inspires the helicopter seen in from Russia with love. This is just an iconic onyx scene of cinema. If you've not seen this movie you've definitely seen cary grant being mowed down by this crop duster and I actually was thinking about this and wanted to get your take on it. D Carey grant do the original Tom Cruise run such I was watching that so oh different Tom cruise but equally tankers as the best run on film but I I feel like cary grant's got a very bizarre are thing going on there to say my favorite thing about. Tom Cruise's run. It was either David Muir Anthony Lane but they said he runs his balancing and invisible egg on a spoon. Oh Oh interesting. I think that's the greatest thing ever I mean we should just play that scene. Just so you can get a sense of what I find really striking about. It not just the visuals but the way that hitchcock uses silence.

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15:01 min | 1 year ago

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"He was like it was kind of full of corn. It lacked logic but he said you know take this idea hitchcock. Go Go do anything with it. Here's sixty pages. They paid ten thousand dollars for it and then all of a sudden this when Ernest Lehman comes in and I wanna now take this idea and write the you know the hitchcock picture to end all KOC pictures did part hitchcock period of God in a way. I think it's a it's a fitting swansong because it is like you said it's the top of this mountain the it's the top of Mount Rushmore view. Oh yeah the way that like Ernest discredited that hitch told him that they're not making making a movie you hit hitchcock was like we're not making a movie. We are constructing an Oregon. Where are you going to do with this? Organization press this court another audience laughs and then you press that Corden the guests when you press these notes and you chuckle said someday we won't even have to make the movie we'll just attach people electrodes and we'll play the emotions for them to experience way to experience art and even it feels like it because this movie is sort of like tongling from like laughter to thrills stairs to Blah Blah and it's made so much of it is just done with this awesome music Zik will yeah and I would also argue that hitchcock writes in a way that reminded me of Chris Macquarie on this last mission impossible film and I referenced this big giant podcast on the Empire Magazine podcast talks about six hours about the making of the movie and he kind of built the film around set pieces he would visit a location Asian and then build towards it and hitchcock kind of did the same thing I wanna do this and this and this one of the coolest ones was he had this idea for where Roger Thornhill would be at the Ford Factory and be talking to a factory worker and they were discussing a specific format at the plant and they'd walk alongside and assembly line as a car is being put together and when the car was finished thornwood open the passenger door and the body of the former were just tumble out and they're like this is great. This is a great scene. We gotta do this. They had that up on the board. Not Rushmore is on the board. They couldn't make that scene which I love but then I saw later on it was cribbed from minority report. It was yeah. There's that whole scene in a car the factory where you have confidence in my favorite underappreciated actor running alongside watching this car get made while he knows that Tom Cruise might be inside of it. Nobody dies take time whose lives unless I do love that probably that lost hitchcock seed of an idea was in there when this person was writing their scripts he didn't do it. He's going to do it anytime soon so let's get an here. I mean from what I've heard. I think the James Bond Franchise when it started they wanted cary grant to be the first James Bond Amelie's British which I feel like I always forget because he's always doing his accent right right. that's interesting. I wonder if James Bond would have been successful with cary grant because I think what he brings to it is a little bit more of a a sly energy where I think Sean Connery played a a bit more of the brute which I think works better for the character. It feels like the difference between Sean Connery and Pierce Brosnan Pierce Brosnan played the the more you know Suave Debonair kind of you know. What do you think the problem that hitchcock would have with cary grant? I think would be the same problem with James Bond which his new hitchcock comes to America in the late thirties by the way. Did you know that one of the first movies hitchcock was supposed to do when he came to America in the thirties was titanic really really yeah. He was supposed to do a titanic and his dream seeing that he wanted to do for the Alfred Hitchcock Titanic of the Nineteen Thirties was a senior baker was icing a cake and he was writing happy birthday. Stay on it and hitchcock was like the audience will know the irony that this birthday we'll never come to pass and he was playing with titanic with the suspense that you all you know what's going to happen lead into exactly but then on hitchcock really does come to America and start making movies here. CARY grant is the first big big official movie star he he works with because one of Hitchcock's ideas when he was transitioning from England to America was how do I revolution is the star system you know here you have the singer. All of these actors are locked into personas and how can I come in and be hitchcock on cary grant cary grant the man who's in Philadelphia Story. How can I make him cool again and so he tried to cast him as maybe murderers either one of the first movies that he put him in his movie called suspicion where he's supposed to be a playboy cary grant type he we're we're hitchcock? Goals like to use the attraction that hair cary grant has people against the audience where the audience would be like look handsome Ne'er do well fall in love with him and then he would wind up being a man who's willing to poison his wife but because people loved cary grant so much he couldn't pull it off audiences really. We're not going down there. The studio was like you can't make him a murderer so they had to pull it back a little bit make accumulate weight and maybe murderer and ultimately he was not able to cary grant that much of a bad guy like he keeps trying all these films. He's not a great guy but he's never a really evil killer and I think James Bond could've would've they'd really would have hit on the same thing like how could you make cary grant murder yeah but I think cary grant with a gun in James Bond fashion especially in the doctor no era you could put a gun in his hand no problem. It's not like he's pulled a chick. Yes yes absolutely like I don't think of him. Love Gone Paul no no no. I I see him as a Suave Suave Debonair kind of spy but I think Sean connery brings a little bit more of a brute to it and I think you know we always wrestling with that. James James Bond so miserable more jokey. Some are a little bit too flat. You know it's a real weird mix. I always go back. I love George Lazenby. I think he kind of threads this this needle in a very interesting way and I think Daniel Craig right now is doing a great job when the material kind of rises to meet his performance. I think it would have said the James Bond Franchise off in a different direction that probably would have gotten to be almost too jokey. I may have just burnt itself out. I mean I feel like a Carey. Grant James Bond would function almost like Marie Saints you've Kendall you know he he would exist in a movie. Maybe just to be the cover cover for the real shooter he would flirt and he would maybe have a gun with blinks and he would wou. You have to come to the actual killing more like the Woody Allen Casino Royale al where everyone is pretending to be James Bond Yeah. Let's go with that. I mean I think like cary grant his. Maybe most iconic shot of his entire career is in in this movie him running with the phone behind us. I mean hitchcock gave him that. which I think is really cool because from everything I've read about cary grant you know he retired of course when he was when his daughter Jennifer I was born after this but you actually want to retire before this? He was nearly about to retire because after Philadelphia Story and after a few early hitchcock movies he thought he was just being given kind of crap romantic charming enrolls in that we're really boring so he's about to retire when hitchcock was like comeback into to catch a thief in that rejuvenated him again at least for a little bit but I don't know I think when I watch a hitchcock doc in cary grant movie I feel sort of aware of how much hitchcock wishes he was Kari grant you know who he owned thousands and thousands and thousands thousands of suits really expensive ones and they're all black but they're all slightly different. Actually they were duck duck duck duck bloom but they looked almost black and he wants said Hitchcock. I thought this is GonNa tragic that if he was skinnier and taller he thinks he would have won an Oscar but they didn't want to give it to him because they thought he was too short and fat and that's something and it worked against the way that they used to always say you can't have a fat president interesting interesting well Howard Taft. Take that you know what I mean we spent a lot of times are talking about the style and our leads but there too we haven't really spoken about and I would argue. Maybe even our other leads which is James Mason and Martin Landau. We talked about Martin Landau suit I love this relationship here and and it's a really interesting duo in the Er essentially the bad guys in courts. They're not murdering people well. Well look. I think well I don't know James. Mason is bad I mean he's just bringing microfilm from one place to the next never really factors actors into the plot and felt broke anyways what he wanted to do with the main character was that he wanted to make an evil guy who is split into three parts so that he wasn't too uh evil so that you had James Mason himself who just had like nod and be graceful won't be sort of control and then he had evil evil evil evil looking looking Martin Landau who is more like the creep the atmosphere of actual malevolence and then you had the guy who plays Voltairian of the yeah the Valeria Guy who actually did the violence but so instead of having one all consuming bad guy you divide it up well. It's interesting because I read this little piece about out Martin Landau which was that he chose to play his character as gay and in love with James Mason's character and kind of tying everything back to where we've been hitchcock seen Martin Landau in Patty Tchaikovsky Broadway play. We played a very macho guy and so I think in a way Lando wanted a to explore what else could do and so he thought if he was gay he could justify wanting to get rid of imrie saints character with a vengeance. That's that's he wanted basically James Mason to be with him. You know and this story I guess got out and it's often asked or was asked of James Mason if his character was bisexual and he was like oh no he wasn't bisexual but Martin Landau made a choice so now there's nothing I can do about it. and obviously hitchcock supported this decision as the screenwriter and I think it makes for an interesting dynamic namic it it. It's not like outwardly there but it it gives a little bit more energy to these two people and when they're interacting on screen together at this point feels like from these movies that are pre code. It's like you'd have to throw a rock to not hit performance. It feels like it slightly coded right. I mean it seems like we just keep coming up against it and people he's reading it that way. Interpreting it that way I mean even Marie Saint had to redouble line in the movie. Was I never make love on an empty stomach MC two. I never discuss love on an empty stomach because the sensors risque see her lips completely say something but didn't and you think what a gross idea I never make love on an empty stomach is like so you want to you. I mean she's eating trout. That's very rowdy. It's like that it's like Ed Hulk. Hogan sex videos had some Sushi God. Don't talk to me about what you eat nezar having sex I never make love without five pounds of trout by the way they keep that closing shot of the train going through the tunnel which I thought was very suggestive. Let's just above trains. no I I love. I love James Mason and Martin Landau together. Don't you think Martin Landau looks like do you remember our guest from very early on in the show when we did this accents and we had CEOS is master. Yes exactly like the second coming of Orlando a young Martin Linda Yeah would agree with that. I pulled the clip of just I just I love the dialogue in this movie and we've heard a lot of cary grant's dialogue but this is a fun little scene between James Mason and Martin Landau must have had some doubts about yourself. You've still why else would you have decided not to tell her that her little treasure here as a bellyful of microfilm seemed to be trying to feel with rotman apples sometimes the two thousand as like a mouthful of world's true for nothing but Innuendo call it my women's intuition if you you will but I never trusted neatness neatness is always the result of delivered planning she shot him in a moment of fear and anger. You will vary yourself just yes this Amir by wrapped everything up into one very neat and tidy bundle as you move any doubts you may have had about what did you call into devotion and be she gave us something new and urgent reason to be taken over to the other side with you just in case as you decided to change your mind I think I think it is very touched. There's so many things I love about that scene. One that were m seeing it so much the point of view of K. Grant who's outside the window so we can see the gun the Martin Landau hiding behind my back that James Mason Kenzi and we're stoked fears likewise ever GonNa and what does it get admission here. What does he possibly want?.

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12:26 min | 1 year ago

"northwest" Discussed on Unspooled

"You know what I like to do. I let's make popcorn when watch movies are put that hazelnut spread in there so we're getting a little salty little sweet. It's so so good. I'm a hazelnut person so when this came together I was like Oh my gosh I'm in love. I bought myself a big a big bag of them and I just kind of have a couple every night just a couple. They're delicious there so so good and you know the people going crazy for these hazelnut spread eminem chocolate candies enjoy them love them. Go Hazelnut and try EMINEM's hazelnut spread chocolate uh-huh candies today on ask you one question is out male and female relationships. You can speak probably more to this than I can because I think you understand hitchcock's oeuvre more than I do but it seems like a big trend in his films are men being betrayed by women. I I should just look that she gives the scene where they kiss and she just looks off camera been done in a million movie sense but it is always a man man falling four this woman and it will at least we can say that about Vertigo we can also say that about Norman Bates not that he falls for his mother but he will will do anything for his mother and I think his attraction to Vera miles an when she comes to the hotel he's in you know it's always these men kind of being betrayed by this woman. Is that a theme that you see as well I mean at least in the what we've talked about on the show I saw what's interesting is even those three movies even with Mrs Bates and and then with Kim Novak in here with even Saint yes they are betraying these men are disrupting number hurting them but each one of those women was hurt by a man before this man was based screwed over by his dad. You have poor Kim Novak who's in love with a man who is making her dress character to trick this man and then even year with even race ain't she genuinely loved James Mason interest forced to turn against him by the FBI slowly so there's a sense of maybe a little bit of Jessica Rabbit like I'm not bad. I'm just drawn this taste so basically hitchcock is focusing on men who are finding women who are finally gained their revenge against the men that betrayed them. Yeah I like that I it is it is a strange kind of like trifecta these three films in a row. I was trying to think about how north by northwest I really fits into these and one of the interesting things is that Anthony hopkins movie where he plays Hitchcock making psycho. I actually was at it came B which is a special effects company run by Greg Tarot who does all the walking dead and I was getting fitted for something on black Monday Monday and they had a life size Anthony Hopkins as Hitchcock it was it frightened me because he's standing in a corner and it's so dead on perfect but I guess he did his his face for that film and it's. I should've taken a picture with it. I felt nervous pictures because I was walking around. I I'm sure in places where I needed to sign like. NDA's I saw a lot of cool stuff but one of the coolest things is just hitchcock in the corner but Anthony Hopkins Hitchcock but that movie kind of put forth this idea that I think really seems true from everything. I've read about hitchcock in this moment that north by northwest let him do everything everyone to do. He got the biggest guest star Carrie grant. He got a huge budget. You got to go dramatically over budget the they'll ever want to his life was he wanted to shoot something on Mount Rushmore any I also wanted to shoot the scene with like the crop duster. You got all of these things. He's always wanted to shoot any did it and then it was sort of like allow what you know like I did it. It's like well for hitchcock GEICO APP for there. Were no more land left to conquer but it's a you know. It seems like he's a miserable man and don't say that lately. I think he's a perfectionist and you know it's sort of like well. I accomplish everything I want. that sucks you know like he needs another mountain to climb and I think he got to the end of his career. He became kind of more and more embarrassed that he wasn't at the level of someone like Steven Spielberg I if there is a whole issue he wouldn't even meet Spielberg because Spielberg such a big fan fan he was kind of after jaws. There's just a lot of a lot of him being in his head you know but I think this is the movie that made him blow up the mountain the he was like why don't WanNa do this any more. I don't WanNa do this big. I want to go back and do something black and white and disreputable like psycho. I think like this movie turned him into making the schlock movies of the sixties that people really like just as much I mean this is not a verbatim hitchcock quote with this is our Anthony Hopkins plays the scene and hitchcock remember the fund. You may have been me started out all those years ago. We didn't have any money then did we. We didn't have any time either but we took risks. Do you remember uh-huh experiment to be invented new ways making pictures because because we had to. I just want to feel that kind of freedom again then you know I think we all feel that way in a creative way right when no one's looking you do you're not your best work but I think you do your almost free work and I think it's always a challenge back there. How do you continue to keep that? I started off my career doing these shows in blackbox there at new C. B. The and no one saw them literally the show for one person who was like me and Rob Riggle and and and Rob Scheuble and half are other people and and we we we were doing shows for no one and there's a freedom for that like now to think about doing this show for one person I would be mortified then the challenge. How long have we keep this person the theatre for like before they left you know and like maybe we should do an unspoiled for one person for one very expensive? Let's do it yeah I mean. Don't you feel like when you first started writing like there's a freedom in that. No one essentially cared. I was definitely meaner like I went back and I read the very first Polish review really ever had in my college paper. There was about a Nicholas cage movie and I said he looked like a boiled pork chop and I would never say that about an actor. Now I would never just go after somebody's looks and make fun of them but I remember you know having like no one's going to read this. I'm going to college paper and Oklahoma and I was like trying to get my stripes by being mean and it embarrasses me. Now I I would never ever ever ever be that personal. Amy I need to do a minneapolis it with you of this podcast for you read my view you from the NYU paper of TV. Show that star Dave Chapelle and you let me read your review on both on air mine is terrible. Okay okay. I like this. We'll do it. I have mine. I found it I found it and I did too incredibly embarrassed by my you know like we're talking about. The budget was three eight million dollars and makes fifty five million dollars huge at the movies so not even expensive but it could afford these possibilities like every day. The movie went over. They pay cary grant five thousand dollars a day and he did that for nine weeks. I mean it makes sense that after this you didn't see hitchcock work with anybody cary grant's caliber again that he was like I wanna work with cheaper people want to build careers. I want to do the rough and tumble stuff of like building people up. I'm done with giant movie stars and their giant salaries. I want to be spending that money any on fake blood right. No I mean I think it's a rare thing to see some go backwards. I think you could point to 'em night. As one of those there's people who had this big explosion and instead of going from his greatest success to doing something smaller. He found a lot of success in this house model. A lot of people do that. You know kind of a lot of people start their career there but very rarely go back to it. I think you see actors do that or or at least maybe just because of the way acting has gone on the last twenty thirty years that a lot of the actors of the ninety s when they were making twenty five million dollars a picture now you can barely get a movie made for twenty-five do an Indian get down and dirty in the muck exactly now if you had twenty five billion dollars blame house would make five movies and not just give that to Demi Moore Movies into twenty five twenty five movies. I mean literally took a million bucks each exactly it's like actors going to go through this arc like Demi Moore's and crappy horror movies now every day before she was like I don't get out of bed for less than twenty five million dollars yeah well but director's going backwards yeah. That's a lot more rare. I think it's going to be a lot more. I remember birth area and I hope I'm not speaking out of school but I remember sitting down with Michael Bay and him talking to me about being so fed up with the process of transformers and how it's such a big budget and he really wanted to get back to his roots and make something much more personal and what he was describing eventually became pain and gain they take him painting haning gain was his indy and that may have been a movie that has sixty million dollar budget but to a person who's making two hundred and thirty million dollar movies. That's a significant again pay-cut. It's still though I think the modern audience look like a big movie but but but I think there is that thing of none of the answer people due to like I think now if you're making a movie for that much money it's got the this term four quadrant right it's good for young and old men and women and and to appease all those groups you get noted to death and very rarely do get a vision. That's so unique and I think you bigger budgets become trickier beasts because you stop getting to do the things you want. I mean not as something that he couldn't do but in this movie hitchcock you know didn't WanNa do the crop duster scene. He wanted to do a tornado the NATO you wanted the bag is send a tornado good to be like wait hold on how would they send a tornado but he just said that visual idea and you know the Crop Desert Putin could do that. I mean he's like really into seating clouds over once when I was in Russia. There was like this big celebration for an anniversary three of Saint Petersburg and Putin was like I don't want it to rain on my laser light show. There's a laser light show which is why the only Russian as I know is play a halibut ratio like let's go to the laser late. Show I love this end. He seated the cloud because he was like really freaked out it would rain and ruin his laser light show and so we were in this boat sater's ribs all boats it's in this boat and a canal waiting for the late show and it just started pouring because he mistimed it in a millisecond it went from like clear sky to thunderstorm in they had to cancel his. I show that into the next day because he's seated the clouds to well. Wow So yes there. It is possible to screw with weather. I I don't know about tornadoes but I heard you could do a whole tornado well. No I mean look I mean I've seen Geo Storm. I know it's possible and I and I guess it'd our President Amy. This movie came about in an interesting way right because hitchcock was supposedly working on this adaptation of a novel called the wreck of the Mary Dear Right which was interesting story. They basically find a true story. They found a boat at sea. All the lifeboats were preserved the there was like the heat on the stove was still kind of hot. there are no people on this boat. The boat exactly just disappeared and hitchcock was working on this this idea and he couldn't really I doubt because he thought like Oh you know going backwards to figure out what happened seems laborious. That's like the opening scene is great but it just seems like explanation explanation so he kinda went back as idea was originally sent to him just like in the mail this Jomon. OTC GERNS he was American Erkin journalists. It was actually inspired by true story that during World War Two when British intelligence obtained a dead body they invented fictitious officer who is carrying secret papers and arranged for the body and misleading papers to be discovered by the Germans as a disinformation scheme called Operation Mincemeat he turned that idea into a story about an American salesman who travels to the Middle East and his mistaken for tickets agent becoming saddled with romantic dangerous identity and basically there's not much there even the otas burns..

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08:33 min | 1 year ago

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"I didn't get much direction from Mr his his. I did for Mystic Zan but was interested in how this by the dress now that might sound strange but healthy character spy he cared about the hair the makeup news serving addresses and why he felt about the spy touch that helped me and so I thought that was interesting that hitchcock was really obsessed. Goes to what you said about Martin Landau obsessed about how these characters looked yeah just the way he first Kim Novak to wear black shoes even though she didn't want to wear black shoes though black shoes scandal I mean there's a story about from this north by northwest. Where even recent was in that that beautiful kind of flowered dress she wears she's in the hotel room and that she is drinking a cup? A Cup of coffee from a Seraphim Cup in hitchcock comes over and gets mad at her and he's like every racing eight. You don't get your coffee. We have to get your coffee for you and be you drink from Porcelain Cup and a saucer. You're wearing a three thousand dollars. I do not want the extras to see you gave him Siro. Wow Oh wow that's brave just like the only real direction that he gave her in this film he said one lower your voice to don't use your hands in three always looking cary grant is is it. I can say I would believe that that's all the direction gave her because and I hate to say this. I don't think she's that compelling in this movie really Oh. Oh Wow James much better in in on the waterfront. Oh I feel completely the opposite really I think she is incredibly credibly cool like she's got this energy here that I feel like people are always trying to duplicate this idea of being cool cool. She is cool and she seems effortless in doing it like you know this behind her. Is You also feel like you're engaged by her. She's not sharing everything she's flirty. Without being forward. She is learning without being forward is like get in my train car. What am I train car and bone me I will but I guess like my boring? Maybe make my book less boring carry grand. Maybe it's desperate like she. She just seems like a confident woman who knows what she wants and I just wrote down. She had this energy then. I feel like we're often and this is look. We can get into a much bigger conversation about this. I think that female characters in action movies are incredibly underwritten for the most part you know when they're not I believe and I was like I'm hot people right and I think you're cool because you shoot people but there's no sense of cool besides like the outfit and the way that they are actually help it. I was just a ballerina trained to be an assassin. Don't spoil Black Red insperity. I'm guessing that's going to be which does have flexible and I murder but yeah I I think what I liked about this character was there was an energy to her. There was something there because because at the end when she starts to fall apart when she gets the matchbook and she goes back for the earrings and she's going to the plane you see the demeanor drop and and it goes so low that it actually made me appreciate how high she was playing in the cool factor I I am. I'm a fan of this performance. I think that like it's something that we try to get in there but I think the writing here is not necessarily we the best for her great for a lot of other characters but she plays the writing in a way that made it exciting to me yeah. I thought she was too frozen. Okay do like when you see your kind of crack a little bit at the end with the airing thing. Maybe part of the problem is I watched north by northwest again right after after I watched to catch a thief again because I was like Carey Grant Hitchcock a Grace Kelly. Do you have the time I just do a lot of cocaine are reading books. You are my idol. I am amazed by all the children and a wife Grace Kelly. He is so vibrant and alive to catch the she's so funny. She's so sexy. She's so everything that I could not really get into saint here because I know that she's trying an act like a duplicitous woman hiding things but to me it just comes across really artificial like one of their best together is where she see on the train but even in this one I listen to the way they talk. cary grant is just on another level.

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Unspooled

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"northwest" Discussed on Unspooled

"Steps my personal quiet favorite sound war it. This is one where it's not just that arc of it but it's also so a man who's overconfident being brought down by this giant system of corruption even his own government is corrupt and that is the one thing he can't talk himself out of well. The one thing that I you think you need from a character to be put in this position is a reason to continue forward right. This kind of confident cocky character is going to unravel unravel the mystery right. He's not going to be pushed over and I think in many respects he is pushing forward the plot in a way to save face like after the crop duster scene he he goes back to the hotel to see Marie Saint you kind of scream you overhear what happened like you know he's never going to give up and I love that about this character. It really is incredibly endearing any looks great in a suit I mean this suit goes through a lot and I would say for a man running from the police and every organization out there. He never really tries to blend in. I mean I like that. It's like no I'm wearing the suit occasionally I put on one other outfit but I'm back in the suit all the time and it only one point do just the trousers and jacket get pressed for fifteen eighteen minutes. I want to actually ask you about this because you know when I was watching this movie I was having that little glitch again of being like Oh man. I have a hard time in vintage movies telling when somebody is just not dressed appropriately because another movie that Carey Grant did with hitchcock couple years before this to catch a thief movie. I really really really really love he shows up in a fancy fancy restaurant wearing the striped shirt and because he's cary grant I think he looks fantastic and I was thinking oh. The movie wants me to know that he's under address for this restaurant but I can't really process that because it's cary cary grant looking more stylish than I would look if I went to a restaurant today because people just dress up here so much I mean when he goes to to see like Mount Rushmore. All these women are in high heels you know and I was thinking how fun it is to see a character who's climbing things like acting like a cat burglar on top of this like modernist building trying to break again but he's doing it in suits and me thinking like the rockets to wear jeans right. This is much more impressive to me. He's in loafers and he's like gallivanting around and not dying. I I love that I mean but that's James Bond right James Bond the Tuxedo. James Bond always looks good at yes. He'll put on some sort of scuba suit or sort of you know plane soup but he always he's looks good because it does not make sense for him to wear the same outfit throughout the entire duration. I just figured I'm going to be able to invade that much. They're like well. You know I'll put on a fair. Here's a yellow underwear. Look in the camera kind of really doesn't try to grab it. It's a little bit but I mean this is where I want to know from your our opinion because I don't know that much about men's fashion like this suit and I do you. Do I mean look you now. You're wearing a lovely t shirt. You're going the great t shirt of sue and I keep I keep reading that men's magazines mens FA- like fashion obsessive continually say this exact suit in this movie is the greatest suit that anybody ever wore in a movie oh it has to be. I mean it's iconic you look at it and you're I wanNA wear. That suit says it's so great. I think it's the cut it's very madman right. When you look at Madman I think that this is the similar type of style and looked at their cheating too? I think a gray suit with a white shirt and black tie looks good ed on any man I think just as a it's a it's a good looking suit. It's it kind of feels not incredibly formal but not incredibly relaxed. I I can't speak to it more than I ever grace that I absolutely love and when I saw this is a damn. He looks goodness suit. I mean it's crazy like I've been trying to really get the appeal hugh of the suit. You don't feel the appeal. I think it's lovely but to me. It also looks like a suit yo wow some really well. I've been trying to read about it and people are part of the secret of the suit is wearing matching socks with the suit so he just has one extended line of gray that he's not wearing a belt. He's not breaking it up. It makes them look very linke. That cover color shoes a little bit of Red Brown. I don't think it's that deep. I think the style of this period is I think the style in which men were dressed rest classically the best they've ever been dressed right they again you see all the fawning over madman. It's exactly the same style that same uh I d. I mean this is you look at this movie. Don Draper could be walking down to the plaza at the same time. He's jumping into a cab but I think at the same time there's a little bit of among long Superman of the world okay. There's a little bit of like Don. Draper wishes you know because right stories I read about the making of this film is that hitchcock secretly went to Martin Landau who the place you know the evil heavy Leonard and he says you're the only man in this movie is going to have a better suit than cary grant and he made him a better suit and cary grant and he didn't tell Gary Grant about it Gary. You didn't know who Martin Luther was yet because he hadn't acted against him and Martin Landau was brand new and so he had Martin Landau just walked through one of the crowd scenes on the first day of without even having a camera follow follow him just to have him there in his wonderful suit and Martin Landau would tell the story about how a man just came up and tapped him on the shoulder and he was like excuse me where did you get that suit and it was cary. cary grant's man a man was like sent over there because it was an amazing suit and character and was mad about it and he thought he was some extra wow I love. I love it very grabbed. These is he's acting. He's like hold on that. Men over there has a better than me. said you can only get the student one of two places Beverly Hills or Hong Kong which is beverly how well well did you know that the suit actually inspired a short story literally is called Carey Grant suit which recounts the movie's Plot Plot from the viewpoint of the suit and it was written by Todd McEwen I love that that's out there. I Really WanNa read that and I found it. I do you want to know a little bit of yeah sure all right because I was like when I read that he was a story but a suit. It's got a lot of all caps all caps food. I mean the suit is cited. As part of Tom. McEwan writes he says north by northwest isn't about what happens to cary grant. It's about what happens to his suit. His suit has the adventures of Gorgeous New York suit threading its way wait through America. Nothing bad happens to the suit until one of the greasy henchmen grasps carry by the shoulder. We're already in love with this suit and it feels like a real violation. It would be too traumatic matic to see the suit getting totalled that would be way beyond hitchcock's level of sadism aftercare gang gets fake shot in the hospital and the professor gives him a new set of clothes he says then you get the thrill of a badly dressed cary grant in the situation is now a real emergency talks a lot about the white shirt and how like a it's a shirt I love. I love of this. Look to a degree that I can't even tell you and I don't know why it's built into me. Also I see it in collateral. Remember that movie with Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx. It's a very different character. Tom Cruise's the heavy in that but it's totally inspired. I think by that suit the same kind of look it's it's. It's the way I see thinking about. That movie is I think about Tom Cruise in VAT suit I have to say I don't think effort hitchcock would have given Jimmy Stewart suit. I don't think the Jimmy Stewart could have pulled off that suit. I don't need extra room away down below but I think that Kari grant is as important as the suit. If that makes sense like his body in the suit he just looks perfectly dapper perfectly ten the hair is great everything how Tan he's very ten and it's fun to see him now not in in black and white after we just saw them black and white just read saying but it seems like hitchcock was obsessed with clothing and we're talking about even restraint is awesome this movie shoes also in on the waterfront and I pulled this clip about hitchcock versus Kazan and it will all times. It's conversation. You'll see league different bowl medium on it was a sexy spryly. Lady.

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Unspooled

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"northwest" Discussed on Unspooled

"The year is nineteen fifty nine and Mr Lincoln. You got something hanging from your nose. Oh it's a man and a damn attract suit the movie north by northwest. Hey everybody welcome to oh. I am Paul Scheer. Amy Nicholson is still away at the Toronto Film Festival. She will be joining me in just a bit to talk about north by northwest which just today's film but this is the podcast every week we look at a classic film on the AF is top one hundred list. We determine if it's worth watching does it still hold up and how has it influenced. The filmmakers of today are film. Today is north by northwest. We're GONNA be talking about that in just a little bit but let's go back to last week's episode on the waterfront to hear what you had to say about that before we get into that though want to remind you that we are doing a show live here in Los Sandra at the Alamo Draft House our monthly show this one is celebrating Beatles Beatles in film. It's The fiftieth anniversary of Abbey Road and what better way to celebrate the Beatles then Ventoux see how they've affected film and we're going to be approaching that in a couple different. Ways should a hard day's night be on the list. What do you think are there other other performances? It should be on the list other Beatles films anyway. Come on out to the Alamo Draft House. That's in downtown. La On September twenty six they're only a handful of seats left but just go to the Alamo website or get the Alamo APP and come and see us by the way a little tip for you if it looks like the only seats available are handicapped rose. You can get those seats if every other seat is taken that as a a rule that the ELMO has so there you go and big thank you to carly severin who wrote this amazing piece about How did this get made me and unspoiled four A? K. Q. E. D. was a great piece that we got to speak a lot about films we love and of of course my amazing 'cause Amy Nicholson who is just the best she's the business and I could speak about her all day long anyway people we'll let's speak about on the waterfront douglas hair rights as a counterpoint to on the waterfront. I would recommend seeing Rafiki nine hundred fifty five French heist film directed by blacklisted director Jill's son there's a scene that shows what Tucson thinks of those who name names Ooh I like it. I don't know what that means. I have sure it's bad I picture it as being almost like that scene in Casino Royale with James Bond where they're kind of hitting them from below the seat on his boss. That's what I that's what I'm thinking Anyway Anyway Rick Jones writes. I dreamed as at a bar where people kept on asking me Trivia questions about Peter O'Toole. No He never won an Oscar and then I woke up and I realize I was listening to unspoiled well. That's great. I'm glad that we've affected your dreams and giving you panic about or if not panic. I guess you were winning that Trivia contest so good on you. Gb Doll rights got a little tiriac on the train this morning listening to the I could've been a contender seen. Can I just say Brando definitely deserved that Oscar solely on the basis of being able to make the line a one way ticket Kaluka Ville totally devastating. You know I absolutely agree with you. We talked about this last week. It's one of those rare films where it's been parodied already so much that you felt like by the time you get to that seen it would have no wait but it had so much weight and it was really I was kind of runway because as soon as I heard him say it but the context and the full scene and understand the relationships brings so much more to it Michael Van Wagon Rights Nights. I'm surprised that Paul Compared Terry to rocky but missed a more apt an obvious top one hundred connection tears an alternative universe butch from pulp fiction who's in the same situation and just took a different path. WHOA Michael Way to go you know I I don't often think of of pulp fiction of boxing movie? You're totally right and we just talked about much you're that's a great a great kind of observation and I wonder in any away if Quentin Tarantino was maybe inspired by on the waterfront for that the Bush character I maybe who knows now's it go into talking about another hitchcock doc some today north by northwest. We decided to ask you what your favorite hitchcock film was. There's a few on this list but is your favorite hitchcock one on this list so let's see what Addison my favorite hitchcock is shadow of a doubt. The performances are great. It's got some really weird interesting character and image that I love and read it combines the small patents here with each darker. Morbid undertone is perfect story of running out this summer new Robin Trust is dangerous. The Alfred Hitchcock's is when do like single sitting when you first mentioned the question all I could think of was Rebecca Visit Dangerous Trying to coax Joan Fontaine contained it leap out a window to her death plus. He has an incredible twist Rebecca all the way last year. I had the fortune to see dial dial M for murder intermediate so I'm GonNa say that my favorite hitchcock movie not sound like a hipster about. I think my favorite hiscock the movie is lifeboats. I love how it's all just set on a life but that it says gripping and fascinating to see the changes that these characters are I. I go through on this really scary journey. Wow these are all great answers or any Rebecca. The men too much dial M for murder lifeboat is a fantastic hitchcock film. It's funny. They're not as glossy all the ones that you kind of. You know you mentioned. They're a little bit more. I mean for murder. I think I was a little bit like but but I think that the best hitchcock are kind of the more quieter hitchcock so if I was to pick one I I'm still kind of all over the board. You know we're GonNa talk about this a little bit here on the show but I I definitely think north northwest hold a special spot for me because it it was my first hitchcock that I really loved and enjoyed and got me into hitchcock and I feel like sometimes the movie that gets you in your gateway. film is always your favorites for it so I had to say that while that may be my favorite it's not I don't think his best even though I think it's very good anyway we're going to get into north by northwest and don't me nervous like Paul. What are you saying? I love the film. I'm just saying in comparison to his whole filmography. Let's good the the film reel Spool Spool and as we go into our feature presentation.

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True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome details goes towns with the old west. I've your host kit chrome today. I'm responding to beth who's taking a road trip up through the pacific northwest and ask about a washington point of interest well beth. I can't recommend seattle enough and while you're there you might right one visit that city's underground ghost town in eighteen eighty nine a fire raged through the fledgling city of seattle raising much of the wood buildings in the business district. The blaze was widely attributed to careless worker. Heating glue over a gas fire catching the furniture and floor on fire in a carpentry purpose shop founded on the logging industry. Most of the original city was built a wood and a little survived. The flames at destroyed thirty one blocks fox after the fire has city of seattle rebuilt itself to adjustments were made. I all buildings would be made of stone or brick and second. Could the entire city would be regraded two stories above what had been the old main street in the wake of the fire. The decision was made to raise the city streets out of the swampy grounds retaining walls were added alongside the streets and filled to make new roads shops and businesses fitted rebuild found the first and sometimes second stories of their buildings facing concrete walls. The new street level all was several feet above the second story. Eventually new sidewalks were added at st height and the underground largely was forgotten left the opium addicts prostitutes and gangsters under pioneer square or what at first appeared to be tunnels when actually they represent seattle all street level just after the eighteen eighty nine fire for months wallace erected walls city businesses produced ladders so the customers could climb over the walls to get to their business eventually many of the businesses simply close leaving furniture signs cash registers some glassware by the nineteen fifties seattle local bills beadle began a campaign to save the neglected pioneer square area largely on the strength the story of the underground city. He began giving guided tours to nineteen sixty five and his company continues to this day today. Eh seattle's underground highs the remnants of the old city under the streets pioneer square neighborhood. There is an entire network of subterranean hallways. The corridors and basements or the city of seattle was born and they're the root of shops hotels houses can be seized still standing over the recent in decades he spaces or become a popular attraction and a history museum of seattle's early days but there is something else as seattle's underground is famous must four author cat richardson resident of the seattle area and who wrote the gray walker series covers the underground in book three titled what else the underground her character harper blatant takes the reader into the underground and i'm quoting here in the cold winter pioneer square homeless are be butchered. Knits ambiance have been seen roaming. The streets of the underground city buried beneath modern in seattle gray walker. Our plane is asked to investigate by her friend quinton death. I recommend that you visited seattle to get a sense. The city was like back in eighteen eighty nine and to get in the spirit pick up a cat richardson book and that would be of course book three the underground. That's that's part of her. Gray walker serves the author again can't richardson well. An underground ghost town was produced here at night owl sound studio and brought to you by book savvy studio louis lodge press the rogue valley metaphysical library and owl creek pressing writer's retreat. You can listen to tales of ghost towns of the old west every tuesday.

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"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

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"northwest" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to true mysteries of the pacific northwest today a ghost town story i'll be your host ken crawley the thirteen western states consisting montana's south dakota north dakota wyoming utah arizona texas colorado new mexico but also including kansas think ambling in dodge city now that i think carson city nebraska for kearney fort robinson some were all part of the old west many ghost towns were built during what is referring to is the boom and bust period some of these towns sprang up around minds others were just a natural product to west were movement of the ghost town still stati most rosen filth in the mid to late eighteen hundreds it's fun and often educational to visit these remnants of a bygone era ghost towns ranged from having a single structure to the remains of an entire town with dozens of buildings the primitive foundation overgrown neglecting graveyards linger if you know where the luck some towns were nothing more than ten cities with only a couple wouldn't structures decades of exploration peration gold silver lead even copper left thousands of mines and ghost towns across the thirteen western states and they all hide tales of the rough and ready bygone era stories to be told cold today are ghost town is cornucopia not far from idaho border and fifteen miles north of halfway oregon is he old ghost mining town of cornucopia to reach cornucopia so fia just travel on the cornucopia highway from halfway located in baker county cornucopia is located in elevation of four thousand seven hundred feet in the walt whitman national forest cornucopia be it actually is to towns created by two different mining operations gold was first discovered in cornucopia in eighteen eighty four by lon simmons old timers would say that somebody or was so rich that large nuggets would fall right out of the rocks there were plenty of hide graders high graders were men who worked with a mining companies who just so happen to have goals fall into their shirts and boots high grade english very common more sixteen minds readily area produced three hundred thousand ounces of gold like many minds during world war two cornucopia was closed down because it was deemed non essential mining in the fight against japan and germany cornucopia enlightened means corner plenty the miners named the town after cornucopia of atta today there's some newer dwellings among the ghost town but it ask plenty of older buildings from a bygone era old tailing piles from placer operations heaped along the creek banks there's old rusty machinery employee of building still standing the structures take a toll each winter snow falls under fifteen feet deep several big goal booms happened between eighteen eighty four in eighteen eighty six corners copious mind supported the store to salute to restaurants largest buildings still stand agency old three story bunk house as far as mining towns go cornucopia was rather orally there only a few murders over the years more than thirty miles of tunnels are scattered over there joining mountains and the cornucopia area and over six thousand feet of chefs larger minds where the union companion mine the last chance wine queen of the west mine and the red jacket mine the last chance mind what's up pocket goldmine the union companion was a very good producer and was said to have been on the bane itself in the old days horses were used to movie or but then the railroad found dissuaded at town they invention of the new pneumatic drill helped minors increased production in nineteen twenty two the cornucopia minds received electricity and at twenty step middle which was put in the operation immediately it sets at the twenty stamped milk could crush crush sixty tons of war per day at its peak in the early nineteen hunters cornucopia mining companies employed over seven hundred men and what's the six largest mining operation in the united states in all it's estimated did did over twenty million dollars in gold was taken when prices were just twenty dollars announce an estimated eighty percent of the gold or still remains in the mountains and the tunnels all ghost town stories end with a cautionary tale remember that all minder dangerous and many are still privately owned were spread private property the same goes for ghost towns entire town of cornucopia is owned by one man and he does league tours device tourists to explore but before you wanna remind be sure to be dressed properly or boots not tennis shoes kerry a flashlight some extra batteries and some water and finally be shorter let

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