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Shenanigans Again

Your Brain on Facts

04:19 min | 5 d ago

Shenanigans Again

"Parents are naturally worried for their children and it doesn't seem to take much to send them into a tizzy. and. It's not just parents. We as people are pretty prone to overreacting to the first piece of information we receive. Modern media makes the spreading of these new urban legends basically effortless. But false panics and hoaxes are far from a new invention. Always. been with us. Most people know the story surrounding Orson Welles radio play the war of the worlds by H. G. Wells. No relation it was presented in the form of a newscast detailing the invasion of earth by beings from another world clearly bent on our destruction. Listeners thought the broadcast was real. There was mayhem in the streets as as many as a million people fled their homes or armed themselves and made ready to fight off the alien hordes. We know all about the panic that this radio play cost it was in all the papers. Therein lies the problem. Newspapers of the day greatly exaggerated the situation. To begin with not that many people were tuned in to the Mercury Theatre on the air that evening only two percent of households with radios even heard the play. which repeatedly identified itself as such during the performance. Some CBS radio affiliates even cut away from the broadcast in favor of local programming further shrinking the potential audience. Most people were listening instead to the ratings, Juggernaut, ventriloquist at Gergen. I still fail to understand how a ventriloquist act really worked on the radio. If it makes you happy. So. Why then if so few people. and. Fewer still were confused by it did newspapers separately and independently make the situation sound much worse than it was. They were motivated by fear not of aliens but of the radio. The wireless radio was the first real threat to the superiority of the newspaper as the public's primary source of information. Reporters and editors saw this as an opportunity to prove to advertisers and regulators that radio was dangerous irresponsible and not to be trusted. A similar thing happened in. England. Twelve years earlier with a fictitious report that an angry mob of unemployed workers were running amok in London looting and destroying everything in sight. The National Gallery had been ransacked the Savoy hotel blown up. The houses of parliament were being attacked with trench mortars and the Big Ben. Clock, tower had been raised to the ground. Like any good radio play? The narration was accompanied by sound effects. Of Fear Few people did take to the streets, even fleeing past the famous buildings that had been reportedly destroyed while others desperately clogged police phone lines. The BBC tried to ease tensions by reminding people that the report was a comedy skit entitled broadcasting in the barricades. anding their message with London is safe Big Ben is still chiming and all his well. You can't trust the BBC at least we can still rely on armed forces, radio. People fought until nineteen, forty seven. When in May W v TR in Tokyo began to issue a series of bulletins about a twenty foot high monster that had risen from the sea to lay waste to the area. Bullets were useless against this dragon like creature listeners could hear terrified shrieks, people shouting orders over bullhorns, heavy weapons and Massu vehicles rolling by. When the beast reached downtown and the intrepid reporter who provided the play by play snuck closer, the monster opened its mouth. And congratulated T.. R. On its fifth anniversary in a high soprano voice. That's right an hour's worth of breaking news to pat themselves on the back. During the broadcast police phone lines were tied up with people trying to get information.

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Shenanigans Again

Your Brain on Facts

04:38 min | 5 d ago

Shenanigans Again

"In two, thousand, three Oprah Winfrey used her massive daytime television platform to warn millions of people that teenage girls were attending parties, wearing wild shades of lipstick and performing oral sex on boys. The boy with the most colors of lipstick smudges would win the accolade of his peers. These were called Rainbow Parties. The story was picked up by newspapers television stations across the country parents were panicking. There was one small detail that Oprah missed though. There had not been a single verifiable instance of a Rainbow Party F-. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Parents are naturally worried for their children and it doesn't seem to take much to send them into a tizzy. and. It's not just parents. We as people are pretty prone to overreacting to the first piece of information we receive. Modern media makes the spreading of these new urban legends basically effortless. But false panics and hoaxes are far from a new invention. Always. been with us. Most people know the story surrounding Orson Welles radio play the war of the worlds by H. G. Wells. No relation it was presented in the form of a newscast detailing the invasion of earth by beings from another world clearly bent on our destruction. Listeners thought the broadcast was real. There was mayhem in the streets as as many as a million people fled their homes or armed themselves and made ready to fight off the alien hordes. We know all about the panic that this radio play cost it was in all the papers. Therein lies the problem. Newspapers of the day greatly exaggerated the situation. To begin with not that many people were tuned in to the Mercury Theatre on the air that evening only two percent of households with radios even heard the play. which repeatedly identified itself as such during the performance. Some CBS radio affiliates even cut away from the broadcast in favor of local programming further shrinking the potential audience. Most people were listening instead to the ratings, Juggernaut, ventriloquist at Gergen. I still fail to understand how a ventriloquist act really worked on the radio. If it makes you happy. So. Why then if so few people. and. Fewer still were confused by it did newspapers separately and independently make the situation sound much worse than it was. They were motivated by fear not of aliens but of the radio. The wireless radio was the first real threat to the superiority of the newspaper as the public's primary source of information. Reporters and editors saw this as an opportunity to prove to advertisers and regulators that radio was dangerous irresponsible and not to be trusted. A similar thing happened in. England. Twelve years earlier with a fictitious report that an angry mob of unemployed workers were running amok in London looting and destroying everything in sight. The National Gallery had been ransacked the Savoy hotel blown up. The houses of parliament were being attacked with trench mortars and the Big Ben. Clock, tower had been raised to the ground. Like any good radio play? The narration was accompanied by sound effects. Of Fear Few people did take to the streets, even fleeing past the famous buildings that had been reportedly destroyed while others desperately clogged police phone lines. The BBC tried to ease tensions by reminding people that the report was a comedy skit entitled broadcasting in the barricades. anding their message with London is safe Big Ben is still chiming and all his well. You can't trust the BBC at least we can still rely on armed forces, radio. People fought until nineteen, forty seven. When in May W v TR in Tokyo began to issue a series of bulletins about a twenty foot high monster that had risen from the sea to lay waste to the area. Bullets were useless against this dragon like creature listeners could hear terrified shrieks, people shouting orders over bullhorns, heavy weapons and Massu vehicles rolling

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"All's Wells That Ends Welles!"

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:30 min | 6 months ago

"All's Wells That Ends Welles!"

"Ask them so we're not here to Florida pushing for Grant Rebecca Chin Voids Mother's Pomeranian. Probably Mr Perry were stranded diamonds. Pastry midstream collision incapacitated that. They're Taivon spaceship. There sure is a lot more traffic in this section of the time and space during Dr Floyd. Yes which one of them would help us. Hold that cardboard windshield blazer higher chips one of these vehicles as start there goes another laureate. Yeah but that one has red rims on all those starship. Those guys are always running through here. I wonder how many times I've screwed up the fabric of time. Who knows Dr Floyd? How are we going to stop Dr Steve? He's probably already causing havoc in one thousand nine thirty that we can do until we get some help with this time and space you at that very moment of time and space vehicle pulls up alongside our heroes ship. The vehicle looks like a helicopter without blades. Piloting it is a stout old man. Seventy eight hours the ownership and steps off on Dr Floyd ship having a little trouble. Why yes we are say. Aren't you H. G. Wells the famous author? Yes I am. How did you know that Dr Grant Pictures Anyway Mr Wells? I didn't know you time travel. No of course I had to do some research my book and decided that I should just go ahead and build and test a real time machine lobby Horn. Schwebel eventually done quite a bit of time. Traveling I even stopped Jack. The ripper using this machine but no one believes me enough about me to you. Guys are stuck here. Yeah we left ourselves. But I don't don't explain it to them. Dr Grant. It gives me a brain cramp every time. You take a look and see what you've got most of all your little crystal key has fallen out just back into place secondly flux capacitor is dented. Duma here let me just as h g wells works on our heroes Thailand spaceship. Let's see what evil mastermind Dr Steven. It's actually this is up to the year. Nineteen thirty eight here. We are at the. Cbs Radio Studios in New York City inside studio one. Orson Welles the rest of the actors Mercury Theatre of repairing to go live on the air with that production of war of the worlds. We will slip into the theater right before. Eight o'clock and Swipe Orson Welles script that we'll be back in time and space ship before the panic. Ensues we'll just tell them out of the door that I'm one of those people who make sound effects for the radio show. Yes a phony. A Foley artist are you should who will anyway. I'll tell them that I'm going to make the sounds of the show and then let me in now. I just have to figure out how to sneaky. You fidget. I've got it. I'll just put you on my foots. Come you stop weekly lit up now. Let's you there. We go quiet fidget. We're almost there. Hey what do you think your goal and I am a Foley artist. That's the person who makes the sound's also referred to as full as for the radio shows. I need to gain entrance theater so I can obviously make Foley's for Wales's Radio Show George thing. Come on in. Thank you squeaky Shula Stephen Frazier now. Two steps away from swiping well script. We'll heroes be able to stop them. Let's see what progress is being made on our time and space ship. That should do it. You're all set G. THANKS MR wells. Yeah thanks we can be on our way to October. Thirtieth nineteen thirty eight inch Dr Steve. Thirty nine hundred thirty eight. That's where I heading. I'm actually just going back one day. So that I can stop Olsen Wilson putting on his ridiculous Radio Play of Waltham. He sent panic through entire cities even though most of them will just in New Jersey. I was going to just sue him but then I remembered my time machine Mr Wills. I probably shouldn't be telling you this because I risked messing up the very fabric of time. But you should probably let them do it after the panic down. Sales of Your Book Might Skyrocket Green. Well my sales have been lacking recently either way. I have to finish my trip before I go back so I'll just tag along with you and hope you defeat this doctor Steve Fellow was he planning on doing anyway. Leadership around the back of ours and park it in the cargo bay we'll explain it to you underway and this time. I'm driving Dr Green. Yeah Yeah Sorry. Rose the man that many say is the father of science fiction head off towards nineteen thirty eight. Steve is now in the studio recording. More the world's we'll take two here. He is also wells about to do his radio. Show here let me take you off. Michael you distract him and I'll steal. The script came back in the air. Vigilance W protozoan wells and taps on the ankle world. Is there a Saas? What what did you say Rosebud? What does that mean to Steve Grabs Orson Welles? The script from his music team. I have the script to put all usual. Plan into action rugby. Hd West. Front Dr Steve. While Dr Floyd gets on his hands and knees behind Ya g shelby. She wells pushes. Dr Steve whose deaths back in trip he falls backwards and as he does. Chips knocks creeped out of his hands. The script flies over grants head and he reaches up and catches it and falls over and Orson Welles speed and right on top of fidget. Here's your script Mr Wells. Now go put on a great show we are live wasn't wells runs to the microphone on proceeds to make radio history and all is well again or at least always the chaotic mess. It's supposed to like a Florida H. G. Wells and the rest of the gang. Get so engrossed in watching worth of work that they don't notice. Dr Steven slip out the back door and into the night after the show is over H. G. Wells congratulates Dr Floyd and his crew. We're going to meet Orson Welles you WANNA come with as H G no. I'm not supposed to meet him for another two years. I'm going to head back tomorrow. You guys keep up the good work and keep on Reading Books. We will hd. I've almost read all of them. You know it was a pleasure working with you Mr Wells. I wouldn't have missed it for all the time in the world as it gave. I'm going to use that against you. Wells walks off into the night and after a brief meeting with wasn't wells. Dr Grant and chips are back in their time and space ship heading for another adventure. Where will they exploit to? The next will ever be able to work like a fever. And we'll get a taste of Dr Steve. Out of his mouth

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"Accident In Time!"

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

04:52 min | 6 months ago

"Accident In Time!"

"Endless weeks of chasing Dr Steven Federal through the time and space. His young protege decker brand. Nothing companionship's are hoping to hit back to their own time. It got showing the latest Star Wars Film and being true at heart. They are going in costume. Golly chips your rookie costume looks really good. Laugh IT UP FUZZBALL CARE. Help me get this white sheet over my head. Hey that e walk costume you made for Mr Pitches looks great man. I love the walks. They were just a little bit of cute and Fuzzy that that movie needed okay. Is everyone ready to go right chips? I never realized the resemblance but now that I see him in the costume which is now on nothing. You just really look a lot like Yoda. That's all I'm not sure if I should take a complimentary nuts at any rate. Why are you dressed as a ghost? Don't we were all going in Star Wars characters and OBI Wan Kanobi after he died and founded coming down to tell you that oh be one is dead. He was struck down and then he faded away. Why can't own doctor? Stevens made a time jump. Agree great now. I'll never find out what happens to antic in at the end of episode three Total Control Room W grant you forgot to wax the Poles again. Just take the stairs bolger so much fun okay. As our heroes begin their journey through time and space. We find that no good near to well Stephen. Sasha in fidgets racing through time and space juryman full ball. We'RE DR Steve Behind the wheel. Not Tell me how to drive. I was driving way before you were showing off the back of his sheep. I am not following. Close that steam train up ahead is moving too slow. I have to stay over. Eighty eight miles. An hour will drop out of the time and space streets. Aren't you'll right. There does seem to be an awful lot of traffic in this part of the time and space treats reserve. We are going to October. Thirtieth nineteen thirty eight. It was on that date that Orson. Welles created quite a panic by putting on a dramatic contemporary production of H G wells war of the worlds. I'm going to steal his script from the production to sell on Ebay in our own time. I just love that script. He was a brilliant bit of evil genius. In Austin Center City Independent he was on inspiring even if it was just a city in New Jersey. What do you mean? He wasn't an evil genius. Loss and wells was one of my inspirations to become an evil genius. That's what we live for striking terror into the hearts of cities even if they are just cities in New Jersey. I remember Oh no Dr Steven plotting steel awesome well script from the radio. Production of war of the worlds can our heroes toward his evil machinations list granite chips and find out Dr Lu. You can't drive this fast through traffic heavy. Whatever that delorean Dr Floyd? I'd never hit anyone before. That doesn't mean you won't read word on a motorcycle. Wear right over there. That's really cool. You know he was always guided is on the road is jumping your host Dr Grant. When are you gonNa hit that phone booth? You distracted me with Fred Ward judge. Oh boy. They're getting out of the phone booth roll down a window Dr Grant but you said we couldn't roll down the windows and the time and space during I know what I said but just roll it down. Do you do all right? Well yea walk. Who'll light or toot swayed in a flash? The phone on its three occupants are gone back in time and space stream great took off. Our ship won't start. What are we going to do? Dr Four till quadruple comes by. I'll give them a call right now to fold. Thank you for calling quadruple when you're not around around wind around midday meal stuck in an endless loop. I'm positive all companies do that on purpose because they're on a coffee break. Let me see the phone. Dr Floyd where are you calling? I'm calling our lab. Nobody's there yeah but we will be there in the future so I'll just leave a message for us to come get us and we'll get it later and then come get ourselves as well. That's assuming that we even get out of here. But if you call us there before we leave here then brain cramp low. Who is this Dr? Doug who's this grant he dr? Doug how are you? We haven't seen in a long time. Where have you been around? Hey listen you left the door wide open so I came in mind. That's good. We need your help actually good. I love to help. What can I do for you? We need you to write a note for us to come rescue ourselves out in the time and space dream we'll do vitamins space stream guys. Kill me okay I gotta go now. Have a good time. We all well. I hope he leaves the note for. I don't think he did because we didn't show up. Maybe we're late. But how can we show up if we're already don't start now? Sit on the hood of their incapacitated time spaceships. Throwing rocks waiting patiently. Someone to come rescue me mild onto seat in almost to the year. Nineteen thirty eight where they are going to attempt to steal while script for more of the world. We'll next ZIVA plans succeed. We log heroes find a way to fix their ship. Or will they find the known? The future of they've left for themselves in my head if I know next

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"orson welles" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show

The Johnny Carson Show

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"orson welles" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show

"Dyer paraphrase the message of your book wrongly and but basically make that please you that make you happy and now in relation to that? I was reading some reviews of your book and some other. I guess you'd say self help books as as what it is and one of them was how to be your own best friend. And I think the book reviewer said he thought maybe there was little hedonistic in a way that you always please yourself or do what pleases you. It sounds like a little over simplified. Yeah except I think that's one of the things that I really get tired of hearing people. Tell me options that loving yourself means that you're being hedonistic that you're that you're putting yourself first. Where does anybody get the idea that you can be good at loving somebody else or that you can be good at giving to another human being unless you start out with the attitude that you're worthwhile that you count and that you're not going into the relationship having to get something out of it all the time people who are always looking for approval? Who are always saying please like me and are always sacrificing their life. I really a pain in the neck to be around the really not fun people to so call right. It's a person who really digs himself and feels good about himself. That gets a lot of love in their life and gets a lot of the things. That done doers are people who who feel good about themselves. People that are like on this panel. You Know Orson Welles A guy who's been doing all of his life.

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"orson welles" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show

The Johnny Carson Show

03:01 min | 6 months ago

"orson welles" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show

"Orson Welles? Welcome back is it really Freddie's birthday today. Maybe I was suspecting that he was doing what I used to do. A fake birthdays. Did you really hot unmarried years? Yes just so people will know you take the girl out you say. Tonight is my birthday off saying they bring to the table at the end a little cake. She says that you'll be answered by Would well on trouble. Was that some friends of mine. Who had the same birthday as I do? Would come into the restaurant in January in mind is May and see that cake coming out. Now when you're desperate you do. Almost anything during the service in the war was you. Don't believe the best overseas tomorrow. That's it you guys never left the state and they were constantly going on a troop transport. I used to say I was leaving to. Yeah I wasn't in the the trouble was I wasn't in uniform but I told him that I was on dangerous secret. See it's a little hard to say that now last time you were here we started talking and we got into a longest gushed radio days and when I got back yesterday and saw the names up on the Board. I said my God. We didn't have time to put together what we had talked about last time. But you must promise me the next time you come back. We'll know about an advanced. We want you to bring one of the old the mercury theater scripts or whatever you'd like to bring you. Have you still have the radio scripts will I? I can get all of them. I think we can get hold of some kind of a script. One of those great radio shows and we want to recreate it on stage here with a you. Actress will get the people out to play a small part. We'll get what you mean a smallpox. Well whatever you think lie. I see you in commanding role large rule. Yes being humble but I was going to be something fine for two. I was looking for something. And then we'll get the sound man and we'll show the people what they used to do in a radio broadcasting studio when they did something like The Mercury theatre suspense or when it was when they actually will sit there and read the lines. Did all the sound effects from the door opening two gunshots two screams to thunder and lightning and show you the illusion that can be coming. They all ladies who played crying babies. That was always fun interesting. I did not realize they were Suisse's fires and they took infants. This very well to very serious little elderly ladies would come in and you'd see there was nothing in the script for them until it said. Oh isn't isn't cute. And they take the check and go home but we're GonNa do that happened to them. There isn't much of a feel for that anymore. It's not a big at home but next time we are going to recreate all right. Those great shows all right are you. Are you getting What's that you're taking a anything I.

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"orson welles" Discussed on Classical Classroom

Classical Classroom

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Classical Classroom

"What you are about to witness has never been performed in front of a podcast audience before audio prestigious nation that is to see sleight of hand, or I guess in this case slight of ear. Sorry. In this episode. I chat with composer, Daron Haagen about his opera Orson rehearsed which is about Orson Welles best known as the director of the movie citizen Kane and the radio drama war of the worlds, and I'm using the term opera loosely here because what Darren is actually created just kind of uses opera as a jumping off point. He in the form of opportunities rearranged it into something new. What he has to teach us in this episode is both about fascinating person that was Orson Welles and about the creative use form in music. That's been around for a very long time this interview and Chretien are in fact magic tricks and Darren does the thing that magicians are sworn never to do. He tells us all of the tricks of how he pulls off his new opera thing. I, of course, will never tell the secrets of Maya trade, but ever that is also speaking of magic, it would be magical if you head over to I tunes or wherever you listen to us and subscribe to rate and review, the show, tell your friends and family about us, tell your enemies too. It'll make them better people. And now a word from our sponsor Meister classics was created in two thousand four by Steven Simon conductor of the Washington chamber symphony and executive director Bonnie signing for years their family. Programs..

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HBO still dark on Dish

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:48 min | 1 year ago

HBO still dark on Dish

"KCRW sponsors include net. Flicks presenting the love me when I'm dead chronicling the last years of Orson Welles life that genius behind citizen. Kane. It's wildly entertaining while full of nuance and depth directed by Morgan Neville now streaming only on Netflix as the holidays approach supporting KCRW might slip off your to do list. So try this picture the white sand beaches of Los Cabos, Mexico. Explore majestic coral reefs in a glittering see dine out in the historic colonial district and ring in the new year from the beachfront luxury of the viceroy. It's KCRW's viceroy Los calbos ultimate New Year's Eve getaway. Sweeps. Donate today to the automatic we entered to win your ticket to paradise sweeps. Ends November thirteenth. So do it. Now at KCRW dot com slash join. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter and Matt this week as you know, I'm in Lisbon Portugal this week and starting November. I actually the dish network no longer is carrying HBO. And this is the. First time that this has happened with HBO at anyone that carries HBO that they're at these fights are quite commonplace. Among the broadcast networks or cable networks, they want more money from places that carrot that distribute their content for the privilege of of carrying their content. But this is the first time that HBO has been in a fight that got to this level and significantly the first time that this kind of fight has come to this point since AT and T acquired the Time Warner assets, which includes HBO, and this is a sort of thing that you know, when you look at a big acquisition AT and T buying Time Warner with Warner Brothers and HBO this that and the other an HBO was the crown jewel there. Of course, was a fear that you know, they would strangle the competition or crush the people who have to do business with them. And I guess an argument could be made here. They're doing it. Yeah. I mean dish network competes with direct TV in the satellite business. Direct TV is owned by eighteen. Tea, and now AT and T has this asset HBO that lo and behold, it has been yanked off of dish, which conceivably could make people switch from dish to direct TV. Now, I think it's a little bit more complicated than that in. What you saw from Richard player the of HBO he put out a statement today. Saying no dish took this off dish HBO was ready to do a deal and dish essentially balked and caused them to go dark and the economics. Here are interesting because dish is a lower cost provider. Their whole marketing campaign is we cost less than the big boys like direct TV. So it is possible that they tried to extract some kind of a price concession and HBO emboldened by this new AT and T relationships said, no, you gotta you gotta pay up, but even the specter of AT and T. Acting improperly may impact this appeal which is going on right now. The Justice department is asking a pellet panel to revisit this merger. And the fact that this carriage dispute is going on is probably not good for eighteen in that merger appeal. I mean, it's not technically legal issue. That was addressed when the Justice department tried to block AT and T from buying Time Warner this was not the basis of the argument, they made maybe it should have been. But but notwithstanding the fact that that is not what is at issue that the superior court panel is reviewing it would still get into the heads of someone who reads a business page of a newspaper. A look what's happening AT and T is being a big bad owner of this property. There is a general skepticism. I think towards these companies, and we all kind of assume they're doing the worst thing they could possibly do for the market in their customers that they could get away with. But you know, there are two sides to this and dish has. Long history of getting into carriage fights with various channel companies networks, they are cheap and they're famously cheap. Charlie Ergen who runs dish has been a very controversial si yo, and he's not afraid to pull content. He pulled the Univision channel from dish. When they couldn't reach a deal, and that still is not on the dish network. So there's a lot of players here. That's Mandela knee aditorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status has nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join. Thanks.

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"orson welles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"All right. We'll now's the moment in our podcast when we endorsed day. Not what do you have? Well, since I headed off our Orson Welles has a new movie segment by saying that I don't really regard the other side of the wind as an Orson Welles movie. I feel like I should endorse Orson Welles as actual last movie as a director, which if you haven't seen it in. You are fascinated with him as a figure it's a far superior movie to the other side of the wind qua- movie. And and it also is the thing that he wanted to make it's called f for fake it was made in nineteen seventy three and his only real documentary. I mean calling the documentary is a little bit of a stretch because like the other side of the wind. It's this very nested meta crazy movie that's all about, you know, its own making and has these kind of tricky mirrors that draws the viewer into. But it is about to real art forgers in it's about art forgery in Europe. It's different appeared. When wells was living in Europe, and is largely shot there. And it's really hard to describe what effort fake is. But it's just a movie that really fun to be drawn into and fooled by and also or you Dr. Wells as late life lover has a big part in f for fake as well. So if you want to kind of track what he was doing during those years it was actually made right in the middle of the period. Nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy six that he was shooting the other side of the wind. So when he wasn't running around cajoling, the shabu Iran to give completion funds for one movie, he was turning out this other little eight minute documentary that is just really Jim f for fake, and you can see it, sadly on film struck not to exist. You can also rented on itunes, and and find it out there in the world f for fake by Orson Welles. I wasn't aware of how many movies he lift incomplete at the time of his death. The documentary goes into it. I mean, they're bunch merchant Venice couple others looked really intriguing one that someone says essentially done, and it was just act of perversity not to finish it. I mean, if nothing I would love to see a documentary. A will it really will may documentary that incorporated that footage without claiming that it was turning it into what it was. To be sometimes you just want a documentary to be a little more boring like as much as I like Morgan's Nevels doing all this, you know, energetic stuff like sometimes, I'm just like, can you just tell me exactly what it is that we've got here because I actually just fascinated for factual xactly. Well, there's there's several talking head where they talked to Orson Welles daughter, and she's never identified as his daughter. You have to put it together for concerts and look up what her name is. And I know he's trying to avoid being the boring documentarian new slaps the name up there better. Come on give us the name. Be boring. Agree, David, what do you got? I guess I will after slamming the net. Flicks movie, though, I will speak up for the NFL movie this week, which no one seems to like except for me which is outlaw king in which Chris pine plays. Robert the Bruce even though Chris Brian is Chris pine is not a Scottish at man, and he might be an odd choice for the hero of Scottish independence from the thirteenth century. It is kind of an amazing movie by Scottish filmmaker. David McKenzie sitting everyone down twenty. Eighty plus years after Braveheart and saying like, can we finally acknowledge that you know, that movie was full of it, and like this whole process in the process of liberating, our glorious country was muddy and nasty and horrible and brutish. And it's a bit of grueling watch. I guess I saw it at the Toronto film festival in it was two hours and twenty minutes long. It's now two hours. Apparently, he watched the cut was sort of like, okay?.

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"orson welles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"So he was just constantly constantly begging for and it was this incredible discrepancy between the kind of PO faced reverence they showed him at like, if I Bank wits for having made, obviously citizen Kane lady from Shanghai and touch of evil on on on, but mostly citizen Kane and a complete a reluctance to show him any money at all yet. I mean, one thing the documentary was a fun watch as a sort of wells. Oh, Maggi and the first chunk of it, which is more focused on what you're talking about. His his constant struggles to get projects made the way he wanted them to get made. Is is sort of like a decent potted history of like Orson Welles is Hollywood career and European career. And the diary does make that point that this movie feels reactive to, you know, the the European movies that are coming across the shore in the sixties were wells, a sort of regarding them with like, wait, they they they're going to do this now, and I never got to do what the going on the same thing with the sexual frankness which could never have done. But this movie is dirty as hell it gets got some scenes that are that are hard ours. Sure any seen in the car. Oh my God. And exactly and this. So it I appreciated like the other side of the wind as again, this sort of like this interesting artifact wells, sort of maybe finally busting out of the constraints that had been imposed on him for almost his entire career and an almost acting out. Like, there's something babyish about it, which I enjoyed like I I like the childishness of him being like, I I get to. Play in this sand box now, but you know, as as you said, they don't like there's there's I want to know how this footage was assembled. I want to know about like Frank Marshall who I think was was someone who pioneered who spearheaded getting it onto Netflix. I wanna know how they they confronted all this footage in and got it to the finish line. Yeah. Without that. I feel like Steven answer to your question is an artifact or a movie it's kind of more of an artifact. I mean, if you are Sinophile, it's an incredibly fascinating artifact. And I'm glad it's out there. But the way that it's being presented by the documentary and just by the kind of unquestioned crediting of the people behind it makes it a little bit suspect to me as as an Orson Welles movie. Can I also just push back on your wells versus wilder diptych? I just God God is there. artificial. I mean, it's it's sort of like saying, I I liked the pilot. He wasn't shot down or something. I mean hilly wilder was was a success. He worked within the system. Right. He knew he sort of knew how to budget his resources. To push the envelope a little bit or do something like go. Go ahead. Right. Like, he didn't he his career? Obviously is not this shipwreck. So I'm not saying that you can't love Billy Wilder's films, more you, absolutely. Can you can dismiss Orson Welles out of hand if you want, but I just don't think that that's a fair parallel to horses totally unfair. And it's facile in the in to the degree. That's the point of it is. But, but, but the only idea that I would defend is that it's a fun construct for trying to understand what kind of person, you are you. I don't know whatever fuck it. I can't defend what we've talked about. We've talked about this. This is our passion project. It's become about life and death itself in a way. But anyway, it's the other side of the wind is the is the name of the Welles film that's been sort of completed. And and the love me when I'm dead is the documentary. All right now is the moment or no podcast. We talk about our sponsor day. Now, what do you have Stephen our sponsor this week is rocket mortgage from Quicken Loans..

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"orson welles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"How would it be turned into a two hour narrative? And I feel like this is being unproblematic -ly presented by net. Flicks. I mean, you can see the advertising potential in that. But they're presenting it has the lost Orson Welles movie. When in fact, I have no doubt that Orson Welles would have despised that documentary for one it's very wells. It would all the quick cuts in the sort of montage like it's trying we can get this, right? I mean, I feel like he would have despised that documentary because of the the knowledge that it kind of posits about him right because it tries to frame him in a way that I think he would have hated to be trying to think Bogdanovich, and in an interview in the documentary, even says something like that that he was always trying to escape being summarized or personified. But I also wonder would Orson Welles have hated this cut of his movie, and the fact that it was brought out at this time. I'm just not quite clear on the fact that the coverage has made it extremely clear why this happening now when when the footage is existed since whatever since Orson Welles died is right. Right. Right. And and who is the driving force behind putting it together. I know that there's a contemporary editor Bob Morowski who went in, and he's credited as the editor along with wells. But I still feel like there has to be an authority voice. That's choosing these cuts in the Lincoln. Who is a? Yeah. Yeah. But but David is this raises an interesting question, which is the thesis if I get right of the documentary, such as, you know, such such as it is by the end of it is that maybe wells wanted them. To be so open so open form that it was unfinished, and even goes on to suggest that that people kind of talking about the movie is the movie, I mean, there's this sort of grand deconstructed gesture sort of by wells himself in archive footage saying that this thing was true to itself in complete. And then they give you the complete film side by side with the I mean, the kind of an odd way of going about it. And it does seem I know that wells was out of money a lot of the time, and it wasn't. He wasn't just facing off against himself as he was working on this movie for ten years and never complaining. But there is something about that. He was always rolling the ball up the hill the hill. There was no summit at the top. Like, maybe that was part of this project to him was that it was something he could always sort of return to in tinker and mess around with and and that's certainly part of the content of this. I mean, we get into this as Morgan Neville directed the documentary put it it's a metro doll of movies, right? I mean, it's it's a movie by filmmaker. Never finished about filmmaker who makes a movie that was never finished. So we should probably talk about what happens in the actual movie called the other side of the wind, which is in fact, two movies called the other side of the wind because it contains a film within a film by the same title. All right. That was confusing enough. David. Can you clarify some I guess so I mean, it's a the the film Orson Welles is the other side of the wind is about a an aging filmmaker played by Jack Huston, John John Houston. Well, my friends. Jack. No, John Huston. Who? Very funny who has made this sort of Antonioni ask euro, sort of schlocky art film with a lot of nudity in sort of long silent walking around and takes and things that are is sort of baffling to his old Hollywood Powell's he's mixing with the new Hollywood pals, and there's a big party that phrase seventieth, right? That is his last day on earth. We know we're told as the movie begins in over Peterberg damage. You also mentions cell phones and Peterberg, Dan, which is playing this director sort of young protege as damage was wells as protege if I can jump in and say, there's a thing that Welles himself. Didn't didn't ask for this moment talking about computers and cell phones? It's the modern day Peter who's in his seventies. Doing a voice over. I'm not saying that the bad way to start the movie, but it was not a choice that wells made. So no wells wasn't thinking too hard about cell phones or or net flicks..

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"orson welles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Stephen. I'm feeling Julius robot role. Weird fun fact about today's show is we're angsty about an ambiguous in undetermined outcome that are that is now determined for our listeners. So we're going to be angsty day, hopefully won't be about election day. Yeah. It's your Matic irony. They all know something that we don't know as they listen. Exactly, it's like the episode of madman. Okay. There is no quick way to do Justice to either Orson Welles the giant of American cinema nor his last great passion project until recently incomplete. The other side of the wind, but magin wells nearing the end of his life and career a gigantic figure in both senses. He's both sh- an American Shakespeare containing the cosmos in in his own sensibility in a way, and part Falstaff is just gigantic comical self loving larger than life figure of pure charisma, and he wants to make a movie to end all movies, a send up of new Hollywood and European arts. And it's a movie within a movie, it's a mock in memory, it starts John Huston his one arguably he thought certainly one peer in an Hollywood and Peter Bogdanovich at the time, his maybe one plausible air and on and on and on if. I start I won't be able to stop. I think what we need to do is listen to a clip, and then we will discuss not only the other side of the wind. But the documentary Netflix has made about a called. They'll love me when I'm dead clip away. Here. It is the gospel. According to Jake, the father is an old you invented by a lot of other all Jews and a hopeless attempt to put down the Jewish mother. That's what he says the whole new scenes about, you know, everything even his moving. What's that about the moving? Call about the movie try the Baram here under torture writes script, so Mr. head of likes to say, we don't pretend to be stupid. Now, you're supposed to be the brainy one in this club where this out of this clan. Whatever it is highly informal organization leading the tape that we were hearing the subject is God is he a member? She. All the win dot we lady. So with the Lord is Our Lady of God's wheel is her wheel. Then we can all relax. Stop expecting the university logical. You heard the man lady right back where we started. Actimel man. Okay. Dan. I'm going to start with you. This movie isn't insane potpourri. I mean, the one thing I might lead you with a little bit. Here is. Listeners people haven't seen it yet. They may be better off starting with the documentary. Am I right on my wrong? I was torn about this. I actually was tween back and forth. Some other critics who were watching it, of course on opening night. You know, when they dropped it on Netflix last Friday, and and some people were saying documentary, I because you can put it in context. Ultimately, I started the documentary and then realized I don't want to know this much and after about ten minutes, I reverted back and saw the movie what did you do first day? I did this. I was also a wing which way to go. And I I I started the movie sort of positive being way what is going on. But then resolutely I powered through watch the documentary. And then went back, I did document movie doc movie, I watched the movie again after the dicey a sandwich just with a little more. You know, having having marinated on what made it happen or things like that. Yeah. But I don't have a strong read my way. Yes. You go in at any rate knowing that it's a it's a crazy mishmash that I mean, this is this is. What I'm going to start off my my commentary on that is not really an Orson Welles movie in. I mean, I feel like the documentary we can get to later does not grapple nearly enough with the fact that there were one hundred hours of footage that had only been put together in a very rough way by wells. And that some people who were fuss somewhat vaguely defined in the in the Morgan Neville documentary had to impose their own vision on what one hundred hours was going to be..

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Netflix cracks a window

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:52 min | 1 year ago

Netflix cracks a window

"KCRW sponsors include net. Flicks presenting the love me when I'm dead chronicling the last years of Orson Welles life the genius behind citizen. Kane. It's wildly entertaining while full of nuance and depth directed by Morgan Neville, only on net. Flicks. November second I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt Finally I mean, we sort of expected this for a while but net flicks finally finally is cracking after trying to get into the awards race in a real way for a while. Now, they really want this, and they have in a very I think serious contender in quirones Roma, which is a black and white film very much in art house film. I would save as having seen it very much a film, ironically that you would wanna see on a big screen. You cannot make a movie with Cuaron if you don't bend or an artist like Koran if you don't somewhat bend to his will. So netflix. Has said they will let this movie run exclusively in theaters some theaters for awhile, it's a concession and their couple of other films in this category. But let's focus on the big one for now couple of other films in this category. They're going to allow this with it's a concession. I'm not sure that it's a really fabulous concession. Well. It is a big deal that Netflix, which has steadfastly stuck to this party line that we are releasing movies on Netflix worldwide the same day that we're putting them in a few theaters. That's the key here. They're moving three movies from the exclusive day and date on Netflix to invaders for about two or three weeks in advance and a few theaters. And the message here is that Netflix wants to play ball with elite talent and get into that Oscar race, which they have been unable to do. And is this going to make a difference? I don't know. But it is a big concession from. Netflix to go away from what they? I have said is their model all on net flicks to giving this the window which will allow those audiences to see it in theaters. I'll tell you what I think I think that net. Flicks made such a fetish of this. And I understand they were launching something, but movies are movies, in some cases. It really does matter as I said Romans one of them, I think that they made such a stink about this that certain theaters don't want anything to do with running their movies. They still don't want that relationship. And I also think this is a small number of theaters fifty around the world, I think is the number, and I'm just guessing you've got an otter like Koran and he's not the only one that is going to seem like not enough. Now, you could say, you know, this will be was made without Netflix money and net flicks, then acquired it in in a way made it possible for the world to see it. And you could say many people do it's better to be seen on screens. You know, more people will see it this way. However, I suspect that not only will the theater is still largely shunned it, but an artist like. Warren will say, you know, this really is not enough. And next time. I'm not doing it. Well, not if he wins best picture, which is gonna pour millions of dollars into campaign to win him best picture, and they believe that by putting it in theaters in New York and Los Angeles and couple of other big cities. They will have a better shot at winning best picture for this guy. And you know, it's it's the push pull it's a huge global audience that Netflix can provide. But they don't give you that theatrical push that many filmmakers want, and to me, the most interesting thing here is Netflix is drawing a line. They're saying these three movies are worthy of the releases. But if I'm a filmmaker that has a movie at Netflix, I say to my agent, where's my theatrical release where why am I not getting what L fonds Roan or the Coen brothers or the Sandra Bullock movie? They're putting in theaters why why am I not getting that? So you're going to see I think people like Guillermo del Toro who has a movie project. Net flicks. Michael bay whose movies are gigantic transam erred. But but Michael bay is used to getting his transformers movies in four thousand riders on opening weekend in the US, and he's gonna make net looks movies. You know, you don't think Michael Bay's going to ask for the window, and yeah, I do actually. And I think that if it does win. Yes. Maybe he will be satisfied, but it may not win because net flicks. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's not felony aditorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status as a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join. And thanks.

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"orson welles" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And three stars are review gave this, he says is starts very interesting quite dark. Not that funny in the first hour, but it builds and builds a bills for very funny. Second, half of the films three stars in for the festival, an documentary to point towards is the eyes of Orson Welles which is the latest film from Mark cousins. He is of course the. Person who took over from Alex Cox on movie room in dark films. Very smart man, very legs, his films, and he's made a movie about Orson Welles which is into them as ni- lovely. You should see it four stars. We have given that we have gave a not, which is to say, we have given four stars, check it out. There you go. Is it for this week's NPR podcast, join us next week for more film related fund. We'll be joined by. I, I can't remember. But someone someone, yeah, I'd I'd written down, but I can't remember who the heck it is. Mason? No, especially up to this. I don't think Liam is ever going to be on the podcast, Keith thrilled, richer, Taylor. We'll find out. I've got written down somewhere, but yeah, giving it a big sale here, aren't I anyway until it especially -cation. It is goodbye from James Dyer. Why is by from Nick dissembling, goodbye, and keep buying for me. I am off to find out how far before changing Abrams Star Trek repos started. Discovery is set and I'm going to get an answer. Well, see th Chris, when you approach these times li- fold, it gets very..

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"orson welles" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"So in the eyes of Orson Welles critic, documentary filmmaker and cinematic space. Cadets, Mark cousins dives into the collections of paintings sketches in various artworks created by the great director and actor searching for ways in which the works might reveal new meanings in Austin. Wells, films the film is delivered as a series of letters to wells written and rated by cousins in his inimitable manner. So you're drawing and painting life had begun. It continued for sixty years. You drew everywhere. You went there at least a thousand of your artworks where they now. Many are in Michigan Jin Arbor which was named after its trees. Here and the university of Michigan's kind of they have your relics. So that was a clip from the eyes of awesome wells at she, we set up cousins is I for those who may not not know who he is? He's a former critic, turned documentary, filmmaker pops up every every few years or so with one of his very personal intimate looks at some things usually like a not so much an especially visual, but more of a kind of personal mode of filmmaking collected through like the last one he did, I think was story of children in film, and he's probably most famous for the story foam which is like fifteen our force area full series epic and very, very good actually, and this one? Yeah, more of a personal love letter to awesome wells. He's, he's such a RAB really infant filmmaking criticism. I ribbon describing just in that blurbs a space cadet. He really does just throw himself into the work. Examination makes these leaps of critical magin nation makes connections between disparate imagery. You mentioned the story children film that film uses home video footage of his kids when no one else was in the room as this jumping off point for feature, length exploration of childhood and cinema, and this one, he uses this cache of sketches and art work by Orson Welles and tries to make connections between a doodle and citizen Kane, and very much puts himself at the center of his own. And sometimes that can be a bit frustrating, I think is often bordering on the two personal at times. And this film opens with, I think cringe-worthy monologue about is in New York and cousins is voice overs discussing things like just the state of the modern world..

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Starbucks Will Get Back on Track in China With Alibaba Delivery Deal

24 Hour News

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Starbucks Will Get Back on Track in China With Alibaba Delivery Deal

"Tax preparers testifies she, was pressured in two thousand fifteen by manafort's top aide Rick gates to change nine hundred thousand, dollars in income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's, Chad. Day reports federal prosecutors are building their case against President, Trump's former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting. The table for, what we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy also was a senior. Member of the Trump. Campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial on charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion. That could put him in prison for the rest of his. Life one suspect is. Data, second has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school and a tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people. With guns new the school got into an exchange of. Gunfire with four people one was killed another Wounded the third arrested a fourth is. Still, on the run, I'm. Tim Maguire Starbucks and Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba group are, kicking off a coffee delivery venture the company say it starts. Next month in, Beijing and Shanghai it'll expand to thirty cities by the end of the year Starbucks joins a booming Chinese delivery industry for goods ranging. From close to groceries. To cooked food it's venture with Alibaba mimics Chinese upstart luck in coffee which opened this year end is challenging Starbucks by delivering coffee ordered over a. Mobile phone app companies say their partnership will give Starbucks access. To Alibaba consumer. Platforms A hybrid between. A melon headed whale and a rough toothed dolphin with spotted in the ocean off. Hawaii for the. First time but scientists say don't call. It a Waffen the melon headed whales one of the various species that's called the whale but. Is technically a dolphin in a study published last week scientists. Say the animal appears to be the first record of a. Hybrid involving either species the male hybrid presents an, opportunity to look for others hybrids generally occur. When there's a decline in the, population in one of the parental species unlikely scenario for how the hybrid came to be a melon headed whale got separated from its group and ended up traveling with rough toothed dolphins The archive of the late filmmaker Jonathan Demme is being donated to the university. Of Michigan library, Demi died last year at, the age of seventy. Three among the many films he directed worthy Oscar, winners the silence of the lambs and Philadelphia Demis family made. The donation, they announced that at the traverse city film festival ahead of a screening of. Swimming to Cambodia a nineteen eighty seven film he directed. The collection includes photographs scripts correspondence personal notes unfinished documentary film footage promotional items costumes and props the archive will become part of the screen arts Mavericks and. Makers collection which also includes the works of Orson Welles Robert Altman and others There's.

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"orson welles" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Tell you. Exactly. In what ways. So long as you're keeping your nose clean, soul. Yes, fine general. I'm keeping. It's great to say, keep your nose clean. I you the one that was talking about someone doing squats over the jam. All right. Let's just clean it up. F- less because we're gonna be talking about the of the great works of Shakespeare, and we're going to be talking about the great works of Austin wells. Well, that is relative relative. Don't ever ever talk in any dispatching way about the great awesome Wales. You be one. You can talk any way you want. You can be anything you want, but please don't ever talk disparagingly about the great. Awesome. It's great. Awesome. Well. Give any speeches this early. All right. It's the Phil Hendrie show here and we have herb Sewell on the line with Margaret gray. They're going to be talking about a television event the other night, which was the televising of Orson Welles Othello now, just just for. Anybody talk about. We don't expect you to know anything about addicting. You'll mind your mind is a very slow and sluggish thing. Not anything. We can educate him. That might be the case. I don't know. I'm sorry. I had to do that there. There you go. So that's what you've got to deal with our worry about it. All right. I'm not here to judge anyone's gastric problems. I'm here to simply judge ones up till the to to adequately ascertain the day. You do that. You quit with that weird laugh and get to it is the quality of, wow, the quantity of Orson Welles where. All right. All right. Let's talk about that from them. The other night on TC m I heard some blathering fool talking about the marvellous nece and the near genius of Orson Welles authen Bobby. Bobby tweeted out that also. Well, Butch alive. Yes, pretty. That you guys shut up. All right. All right. I'm thank you boys. I'm glad that you thought it was funny, but there was much more than just that just send you said there was much more than Genting gang gang today. That tells me you don't really believe you believe what you're saying. What I'm sitting Soule and I'll tell you this rule is it and I'll tell you this. What I saw the other night, which was, of course the a production of fellow by Orson Welles was the most pretentious God, awful performance of wells in. I will say, then I will say up now I did say it then I'll did say tomorrow and I will say tomorrow, whatever. What does that mean? Well, because you didn't make much sense right there Margaret. You're like, I did say it yesterday, and I did say tomorrow. I'm sorry. And I will say tomorrow's, but I'm saying. That Orson Welles in the Puerto Rican makeup. I'm sorry, that is absolute. The Puerto Rican makeup. Can you believe? Can you absolutely believe the kind of unconscionable description of individuals people who who are trying to make as best they could a beautiful film Orson Welles with his greasy hair? Yes. His hair was loaded with Greece. Of course. There's no getting around that. But the fact of the matter is he was working very hard and he's a greasy individual Orson. Welles is a fat greasy lout guy of of just weirdness. Agai of just complete and utter stunted ability. A guy who had very little going for a guy who I don't give a shit. See, it seems to me that she's got you right there. I saw the movie. Oh, you did? Yes, I did and he overdubbed his voice. He overdubbed. He was talking for the other actors fills Phil senate's that what is? Yes. It's called over dubbing. Yeah..

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"orson welles" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Theatre of the air orson welles to do a entertainment broadcasts as news of war of the worlds that analytics sounds like cambridge analytics but mass media analytics that was his field of study how mass media affects large populations as a test what frank stanton did using this rockefeller foundation money he financed the story is there was panic in the streets people were going crazy they were just running for their lives of that was true by the way every fifteen or so minutes as a matter of law they had to announce this was not a news program the world was not in danger and this was an entertainment broadcast but what stanton did with stanton released to the press afterwards that people were panicking in the streets there was craziness going on and in fact he even complained to one of the british newspapers i think it was the daily mail i'm not sure but he complained to the british newspapers that they didn't get the reaction they wanted so they faked the reaction and as a result the rain corporation use that fake study to say that stories of ufo should never been should never be released to the public because the public couldn't handle the truth and that's an example of how that kind of a test works the other kind of test came to us when the united states was developing stealth fighter we spoke to a former nsa pilot who was flying intercepts a radio intercepts intelligence intercepts during the vietnam war tells us a lot of stories about that too but in this particular case after the war he became a commercial pilot and he was flying of the west coast route he would fly over las vegas and one of the things he noticed one evening was that there was the.

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"orson welles" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"At one point we had a small thing together and he did his during this sitting in a wheelchair and it was my turn the camera turns a maintenance horizon his as action and orson welles says haul it cut and the directors yes way i mean he everybody jumped when he talks his not wait a second he said now i don't like the way gino is lit i don't like it at all anybody got white card and the white tarred folks is nothing more literally than a three by five card that's white he put it on his lap and began to focus the light on my face until he felt that i was correctly lit a nicer this nice generous nice that's you know mindboggling when you're working with someone like that is just you know you want you go home and i said i don't believe that just happened the devices man the director of citizen kane righted that for you yes about that and other people had straight you know had less than pleasant experiences with him from time to time i franc i've been very fortunate yeah i've been very very fortunate everyone i berber work with her has been charming gracious until today today if the pits today is the lowest i've ever and i can't wait to get the hell have have you ever worked good sally field we're back to sound soundly one isn't with this sally few gusting widow at can i get back to the introduction way.

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"orson welles" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"At one point we had a small thing together and he did his during this sitting in a wheelchair and it was my turn the camera turns a maintenance horizon his as action and orson welles says haul it cut and the directors yes way i mean he everybody jumped when he talks his not wait a second he said now i don't like the way gino is lit i don't like it at all anybody got white card and the white tarred folks is nothing more literally than a three by five card that's white he put it on his lap and began to focus the light on my face until he felt that i was correctly lit a nicer this nice generous nice that's you know mindboggling when you're working with someone like that is just you know you want you go home and i said i don't believe that just happened the devices man the director of citizen kane righted that for you yes about that and other people had straight you know had less than pleasant experiences with him from time to time i franc i've been very fortunate yeah i've been very very fortunate everyone i berber work with her has been charming gracious until today today if the pits today is the lowest i've ever and i can't wait to get the hell have have you ever worked good sally field we're back to sound soundly one isn't with this sally few gusting widow at can i get back to the introduction way.

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"orson welles" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"At one point we had a small thing together and he did his during this sitting in a wheelchair and it was my turn the camera turns a maintenance horizon his as action and orson welles says haul it cut and the directors yes way i mean he everybody jumped when he talks his not wait a second he said now i don't like the way gino is lit i don't like it at all anybody got white card and the white tarred folks is nothing more literally than a three by five card that's white he put it on his lap and began to focus the light on my face until he felt that i was correctly lit a nicer this nice generous nice that's you know mindboggling when you're working with someone like that is just you know you want you go home and i said i don't believe that just happened the devices man the director of citizen kane righted that for you yes about that and other people had straight you know had less than pleasant experiences with him from time to time i franc i've been very fortunate yeah i've been very very fortunate everyone i berber work with her has been charming gracious until today today if the pits today is the lowest i've ever and i can't wait to get the hell have have you ever worked good sally field we're back to sound soundly one isn't with this sally few gusting widow at can i get back to the introduction way.

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"orson welles" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"At one point we had a small thing together and he did his during this sitting in a wheelchair and it was my turn the camera turns a maintenance horizon his as action and orson welles says haul it cut and the directors yes way i mean he everybody jumped when he talks his not wait a second he said now i don't like the way gino is lit i don't like it at all anybody got white card and the white tarred folks is nothing more literally than a three by five card that's white he put it on his lap and began to focus the light on my face until he felt that i was correctly lit a nicer this nice generous nice that's you know mindboggling when you're working with someone like that is just you know you want you go home and i said i don't believe that just happened the devices man the director of citizen kane righted that for you yes about that and other people had straight you know had less than pleasant experiences with him from time to time i franc i've been very fortunate yeah i've been very very fortunate everyone i berber work with her has been charming gracious until today today if the pits today is the lowest i've ever and i can't wait to get the hell have have you ever worked good sally field we're back to soundly one isn't with this sally few gusting widow at can i get back to the introduction way.

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"orson welles" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"I play him the thing and that was great and i got to audition with all these wonderful beautiful women in the ivy so anyway i'm cast in it and then he he got he wanted to i'm he he has written about this in his book luncheons with orson nor lunch with north by the arson which i i highly recommend but he somehow i wrote a apart for orson welles and source in wells shows up in in this hotel and he goes in and and wells knows it he's the first time moviemakers never made a film before so he's very look denies as and he's read the thing and is i don't loan standards it was the part of a of a of a fallen raby if you will vollan rabbi and and so he he each spends an an evening trying to convince orson welles to be in his movie because he admires him so much sure and finally orrason says can i do agic because he abbott your magician and races sure okay i'll do it and he's asking can his character demand yes for my garrick in the can meyer high by those who do magic so he's he's an app is a rabbi is an amateur magician vineland raid the movie but then missed a mystical things happened of course and he's tuesday wells confidants all right mentor whatever salt there and i get to work with him at least no i didn't have any direct censure them but i got to watch him were you know and and take a funny story about him but then my major seen was with jack nicholson crazy because henry had edited easy rider yep so jack was availa healthier do it yeah and so uh and and henry's technique for those who don't know is films is a combination lot like fire so in theater of writing and improvisation okay the writing part uh it is the hard part and that comes first but then at the moment of either recording revise id.

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"orson welles" Discussed on I'm No Expert

I'm No Expert

01:33 min | 5 years ago

"orson welles" Discussed on I'm No Expert

"Where they kind of go through the the broadcast of or the world's and if you don't know they they there is this the year technically was thirty eight nineteen thirty eight when um they decided to who with it exactly a the a like my ocean wells sorry yeah yeah arsenal health famous like radio in that time radio was the television yet radio was you would go and sit in the sit in for the radio and you would imagine these stories and atlantic gather right the rate right now and and in my opinion now still is that radio has better pictures than tv does any time because you can imagine anything that you want anything on his mind thigh right orson welles decided to adapt or of the world's two radio as a radio play cut but he did it in a way that very for the very first time in that time period and if you go back to the episode they explain this it was the first time that they ever broke in so it was the way that they set it up it's it's like this orchestra plane it's like an evening kind of oh you're sitting around its halloween so as it is the evening your mom and dad arseny at home and it's an they're they're listening to this very lovely orchestra music happening and then all of a sudden it's a break in in in the same time you're you're it's were were too.

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