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"patty duke" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"What is Patty Duke is only one girl? There's only one. So so they filmed the scene twice and cutting the cat never the camera. Doesn't move. Yeah. They never got close to each other. Yeah. So they met him. And then reshoot it always assume that was those are twins. Haley was the first special effect. And then she was the junior high school teacher by the bell. I did not know this. Yeah. Deep cuts. Well, hey, man. That's what I'm here for old references, a couple of bits of pop culture. Star Trek news. No Picard started filming wall, very excited to see the car show, but CBS is not stopping there. They've partnered with Nickelodeon to do an animated Star Trek show in this one is going to be about kids in space gives hits Spurs. The show's going to follow a group of lawless teens wandering through the operation hell ya venturing on their own ship escape Starfleet vessel. A string. Mountain dew. Nightmare. Yes. Space rump. Springer I guess so spice spring. Yeah. Prince almost kids in space just getting wild. How they know how to run engineering it. Looks ships just run themselves computer, re aligned the Jefferies, tubes, computer. Make me a Bong. Yeah. I don't know how. They all need Bonk's. Yeah. The replicator could make. Little Bong, and they can like I want Maui wowie from nineteen Eighty-four. Everyone gets their own private quarters time on the hull deck is shared equally. Who cleans all? No one's done any the entire the we'll talking about dishes just fired about the airlock guys. That's what we do. All right and no debut time for that. This is animated though. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Nickelodeon, right? Yeah. If it could be, you know, if it's in a Cartoon Network style animation. It could be fun Steven universe. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. Could be a lot of fun. Feel good news of the week. Lego has announce a partnership where on their own the labor foundation has released bricks that have braille I thought this was an awesome story braille using the studs make sense so allows both children and adults to learn braille as their building and they've done they printed the words at the Brill is four on the bricks themselves and in the letter. Yes. On the letters. That's right. Yeah. So let's just to buy three bricks that have some studs off yet to make. The braille letters. Very clever. That's amazing. This is one of those ones that I saw the other day. I was like, oh why? This. This seems obvious but super good. Wow. I think it's really cool. Yeah. It is a no brainer idea. Yeah. And I'm I love to see these in the wild and LEGO stores. Yeah. And then one last bit kind of a little bit of technology is yes, listen to podcasts. Listen to this one yesterday. Did you did your propel show? Sorry heels. Fine. Okay. Did you needed more dub step down? Yeah. That's why not did you. Listen. Listen to serial. Yeah. Some buckets, I think Jim limit or your wolf Gimblett has a podcast, go reply. All. Yeah. It's a it's. Yeah. They they just got bought by Spotify. Yes. Yes. But the that show specifically does like some tech support. And this is a car I want to bring this because this is an interesting car problem. You listen to the podcast. I'm not going to full spoiler for the podcast of really good production. But basically one of the listeners al-din and had a problem with their car and its technology problem and car problem Karak kind of but. Brothers. So the listener listens to podcast one of them is very sad..
"patty duke" Discussed on Maybe It's You
"And they're totally different pleasure and comes from. It finally happened. And I bet it's similar in some way. Well, and also it comes from that sort of like, you know, that is the ultimately the story of Romeo, and Juliet, you know, they both are so fucking dramatic about the whole thing up dead. Right. Right. And they they put their they knew that their families didn't get along. And then they were you know, they wanted to live together, and they wanna live here there, you're gonna die together. And they none of neither of them ever went. And I only started having orgasms a couple of months ago. Like, you know, what I mean, we're all really so young. And so one of the things you have to know if you are younger listener is that that is not fighting is not passion. It's not. It's just means you don't get along. And you don't have the skills to solve your problems. Right. So you just keep is is think that there's a there's an element of the the fighting part that people look. For proof that their relationship is worth fighting four in the fighting that I if it wasn't worth it. We wouldn't be fighting for it. We wouldn't keep fighting each other and fighting for it as opposed to looking as the fight at the fighting is proof that maybe it's not the match people get fighting habits. Oh, for sure everything like certain things trigger an argument, and they just get used to fighting about things, and that's very uncomfortable to be around. Like, it's always a relief for the people around them too. They decide to break it off kind of. I'd have to say the what the one thing that really puzzled me in in this story as I as I read it because the the family kept saying that he was abusive and drugs drugs that the I think the mother said one time I saw him stick his fingers up her nose. There's trying to mention in what context in what context was that fight in front of the family where? And it wasn't like a two to been. Devil cocaine. Where's that cocaine is that where there's gotta be something left? Is there? Nothing left. Let me the cocaine's. Where are you keeping? Yeah. Where's you put the keys the s? I think the body to field to a skeleton putting a witch Chipper mixed the bone she earned skeleton when it was dry. They broke it into chunks that were. It's a skeleton blow it out blow it out for into skeleton. Let's make it loaned undergo burn the bucket skeleton. Why don't we use burn scale? The jury was so mortified by what they did this man's body that there they were just like I nobody can buy this self defense business at all. No, no, one thinks you're abuse. After what you and you're able to do this. Boy, I wonder what putty dukes take was. I know not now I really wanna find the movie I haven't seen the movie I was trying to figure out like most people listening childhood was was it was like a child not a child. Yeah. Child star in the fifties Jim show. Yeah. Restaurant, and they were calling the Patty Duke show, and and then going to play a series of moms and a lot of lifetime movies. Yes. Yes. And I think this was similar to that not just mom's probably two under two titles. It was disappearing act..
"patty duke" Discussed on Modern Love
"My favorite John r- anytime, a family went on vacation, a motorcycle gang would torture them for no good reason, which was extremely unfair. Or it could be a comedic one about two women who switch lives or a melodramatic one where someone like a teenage Susan Dey is wrongfully put in a woman's prison or a light romantic comedy about a woman who loses a lot of weight and gets a new life played by petty. Duke, Patty, Duke was a lot of them. Then Patty Duke asked him was in a lot. Then Patty Duke again most nights because they were on Sunday. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. My mother would ask what TV movie was on. Tara, my father might say as you might guess from the title. This was a woman in jeopardy one. Valerie Harper is driving across country by herself. And as often happened to these women a stranger suddenly starts torturing her until I think she is forced to kill him in self defense. They were almost always force to kill the man in self defense. What's it about? My mother would ask it's based on a sock story. My father would reply no matter what the movie was about the first time. She really thought it was then it became their joke. Our joke, I guess because when I think about it. Now, I smile. Oh. So after my father died, I waited for what the psychic said was going to happen, some big and filariases secret would be revealed to be honest. I didn't really believe it would. But I hope I wanted to find out what was really going on in that enormous bald head. It was my last chance in fact. And as you may have suspected I didn't find out thing. Nothing private or interesting was revealed and still hasn't been and I guess never will be. So I'm never going to get that laugh psychic said, I would and I will never really know my father. And that's that. It's a strange and sad thing to miss someone. You never know. On the other hand, he gave me so much. I do remember the nice things he would do like by name many chocolate pudding pies. And the strange things like the tin foil on the beer bottle. And the idea that no matter how banal every story is based on a such story. Probably even this. Willem Dafoe reading, Bruce, Eric Kaplan's essay missing father. I hardly knew we asked William why he connected with BRUCE'S piece, basically like the details in the story, they aren't from my life. But they felt very familiar express something poetic. And then ultimately, I think I think about my father who was passed and I loved him. But I didn't. Thanks again to Willem Dafoe. We've got more after the break. What happens when you listen into more than one hundred forty thousand different communities made up of three hundred thirty million users. You hear a lot of stories. I'm Ameri Stevenson. I'm Ben Brock Johnson. And we are from
"patty duke" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Well, let me go through a few. We're shorter on time today than usual. And I wanna give you the full five question. But here's a little bit of trivia, which I thought was interesting. Mrs Robinson was turned down by Geraldine page Dora. Stay Patricia Neal Joan Crawford Audrey Hepburn, Lauren Bacall Ava Gardner, tried like chase down the spart. And he would not give them the part. Elaine was turned down by Patty, Duke, Sally field, Shirley, MacLaine, fade, Dunaway, and Jane, Fonda, Goldie Hawn and Candice Bergen all screen tested. And then before he finally said settled on Dustin Hoffman precisely because he was awkward in small and sort of nebulous. He he almost cast Warren Beatty or Robert Redford, which he was just like no there too there too hot too hot and Dustin Hoffman's not now. All right, buddy. Great sorry, buddy. But he was the like weird nerdy guy. And actually, I've heard that you know, a read that that was. Is the moment that finally Nichols was able to piece the movie together was when he realized it was Hoffman. And not who you would expect to be like the rich kid who went to school and did well. Mr. suave realize he was not swamped which also makes him a more obvious obvious pawn to be manipulated by someone. Yes, actually, especially could not manipulate a young Warren Beatty. No way, you know. No one could really. So in the end Academy Award nominations for picture actor actress supporting actress adapted screenplay cinematography and then Mike Nichols. Actually won the Academy Award for best director, pretty amazing. Yeah. This also, you know, this was Mike Nicholls second film, while the film that he had done before that was small film who's afraid of Virginia Woolf. Jeez. That's year before also was up for many kademi awards and won best picture. So that was this film was sixty seven right sixty six so the producer of this film. He actually hunted down Nichols like years before. And he had directed barefoot in the park turned Broadway, which is no small feat. But otherwise was a not really known director. He was known for his comedy very much. So, but he wasn't really. A well known director. And. He, you know. There is somebody out there that saw like, you know, this movie might not get made next year or the year after the you're out you're east a long way to go. But knew he wanted him as a director before they shot the film he directed. Several other Broadway shows that did really well and right odd couple and who's afraid of wolf, and then obviously directed the film who's afraid of Virginia Woolf, but you know, he he just somebody Saul something great and him and pulled him out years before and said, you're the director for this film. Well, which is pretty cool. That's amazing. It's pretty cool. All right. We finish up with five questions was the first movie remember seeing in the movie theater Fantasia. All right with a bullet. Is that right? Yes. That's definitely right Fantasia. I R rated movie you ever saw anywhere home or in the theater. Do you know what's topgun rated probably like PG thirteen what is top gun raise? Our? I saw that at the drive in theater with my mom. My my my mom worked on that fourteen program. So she took me to go. See it at the drive in. 'cause I wasn't allowed to see. It could have been PG thirteen. Okay. They definitely get it on. And I was a kid. All right. We walk out of a bad movie. No you'll stick around. Definitely. I don't remember what Sean said I'll definitely stick around. The right in less in less like the movie was like seven hours long like is it really going to kill me to try it for another hour. Okay. And even if it was something crazy like super racist or super whatever. I would stick around because I'd be like, please tell me they're doing this satirically, and there's a point. And when I see the I'm going to be like, wow, it was all worth it. Okay. That's fair enough number four. What actress do you most wish in this is at any point in time? You could make a movie with as your co star like either a buddy comedy or drama. Like e equal co-star dream dream job..
"patty duke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Winner. Yep. She won an Academy Award Patty Duke did for her role in the movie the miracle worker on route sixty six we take you now to nineteen fifty seven. That's the year the Saint Louis hawks loss the NBA titled in the Boston Celtics, then Gretchen Wilson had his I saw. But. Let's see. Five. Well. Bet. Same. A lotta.
"patty duke" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Don't forget some some actresses don't. Look, exactly the. Same yes in person you mean And Patty Duke one time, and we turn. Around and, I, have no idea what it wasn't a. Show ran nationally not just locally I. Said, Patty look. Who's here Look who's on that's great and the actress said Turner remember who it was said like, hi hi Patty. I'm Sharon, Stone, Sharon, Stone everybody Thank you very much you, have. Done if. Patty said well. Tell me, Steve Try, try it out You say. It's, me, all right hey? Jill, look who's here I remember interviewing Sharon Stone, the year that she, had on the t? Shirt from, gap and. I was. Like, what are you wearing A, great is that okay. John just referenced something so funny. Dorothy, you caught it plastic surgery dead okay that was you who said okay so we have, this I've seen the, name rhymes with no Come on the. Show and I go oh my God Off he had been off he's a very rich news read and we will talk to them from time to, time and. He had been off for like three weeks four weeks but? Did you have background information that he had done this what I saw him when. He came on. And you could. See what it was I didn't know I was. Horrible he could pick out not only a, nose job he could tell you the, doctor was dead So that I would say. So and so. You look great. You look like you've been on vacation and Steve's. Look at me like stop it you know Of course will break you had a face lift I, what, is very. Good yeah You. Said you look like something. Done.
"patty duke" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Hollywood show convention in near lax an april twenty fourteen and they're both a period the same show and i was able to picture with the two of them together and that was the last time they would see each other and she did worry about him but there is a thing of the book she felt one hundred almo almost i think he almost made it what ninety three ninety three or ninety four when he he he came back he keep pretty darn close and i mean it's amazing to think that you know it was only roughly six weeks after she passed that he passed so yeah so my first thing was you know patty and papa work together again after that he passed but yeah there was a real father daughter bonding she talks about in the book you know she her own father capt when she was actually filming the patty duke show when she was sixteen or seventeen she was and so they got a real father daughter bond and then they work together screen actress when she was president back in the mid eighties and a little bit of tension there you know with that but she her what to do because he had been a past president of sag and but now they they work together several times over the years they were very close very close they always had you know the originals patio lasted three seasons for making sixty three and eighteen fifty six but their father daughter bond lasted for the rest of their lives really yeah and the reruns of the patty duke show is how bill jankowski i became friends with patty duke in friendship that lasted for twenty years up until the day she died in march two thousand sixteen bill jankowski is the co author along with patty duke of in the presence of greatness a chronological look at patty duke's career from the perspective of of someone entering her seventies looking back at her career it's a much different perspective than india for previous memoirs is filled with great stories about many of the people that she worked with many of the people whose lives continued to touch her up until the day she.
"patty duke" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"He owned up to everything her motto was my bipolar disorder which again like you just said she knows you thought bring for a time she didn't know until the early nineteen eighties when she received the diagnosis was a reason not an excuse for the behavior and she spent a lot of years cleaning up as she would colin cleaning up the debris from that apologizing to people explaining to people and it was their choice whether do after apology or not or to move on or older grudge or whatever and but she felt she did her part with trying to again that was afraid she would clean up the debris and i cheat on years talking to people who are around during that time when she was mentally unstable and most people were willing to give her another shot that they understood and i think people are sympathetic for the most part bilgin caskey's on the line with us bill is the co author on with actress patty duke of in the presence of greatness my sixty year journey as an actress a memoir a patty duke's sixty year show business career actress vicki carr says that reading in the presence of greatness is like having a conversation with patty duke herself and i second that i i second that bill while our mutual friend jim colucci says that in the presence of greatness is a must read for anyone who is a fan of this film and television icon in the presence of greatness is available through our friends at bear manor media you can also find it amazon dot com and wherever books are sold online for more information about bill jankowski.
"patty duke" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"I was only seventeen at the time and she was about fifty or so at that point so i'm not either generation is dirt watching reruns of the patty duke show and nick at night when i was a kid and i think that probably i think she got a kick out of that i know she got a kick out of that about the age difference there you know she expected i think if anybody could be a fan of hers someone more or less around around your generation i think she got a kick out of this kid who is so infatuated with her and i think she saw the truth that i could in that letter and all the love that i couldn't let her that i felt toward her and wasn't scared or you know wasn't you know creepy kind of soccer person or anything like that so i think she has i think she had seen that in that letter and that's when they decided to respond but i only had love for her and that was that was it and i wanted to reach out and i remember i put a few things in that wouldn't let our package letter with inside a package where i put a couple of vhs tapes of some rare things that i figured she might not have it which was the kid on video that kind of stuff and recruited my high school graduation photo be that was a senior high school at the time and so she know what i look like and yeah so that's that was everything in the package but i can't remember exactly what i wrote but i know i meant every word of whatever i wrote filled you in county is on the line with us bill is the co author along with actress patty duke of in the presence of greatness my sixty year journey as an actress a book that bill real with patty duke shortly before she passed away in the presence of greatness is a memoir of patty duke's sixty year career as an actress that also pays tribute to many of the people that she met along the way including lucille ball bette davis joan.
"patty duke" Discussed on Historical Figures
"The letters m u g and irritated helen tossed the mug on the floor and he decided that to get helen to learn she needed to separate helen from her family and make helen dependent on her so any played a little trick on helen pretended to take her on a long trip when really they were just circling around in returning to the cottage in the back of the keller's house it was here where anne redoubled her efforts the goal was to get helen to connect the words anne was spelling with the objects they represented the breakthrough came after a month as anne ran water from pump over helen's hand helen realize that the motions and he was making in her other hand the letters she was spelling out symbolized the idea of water helen keller learned her first word that day water helen was so excited that she demanded any teacher the words for other objects anne quickly began spelling them out ground pump trellis and for herself teacher helen keller learned twenty nine more words that day what happened at the water pump is the iconic scene of the play and the movie the miracle worker the play was written by william gibson it premiered on broadway in nineteen fifty nine starring patty duke as helen keller and anne bancroft as anti solomon both actresses kept the same roles in the movie which was released in nineteen sixty two and both of them one academy awards patty duke for best supporting actress and anne bancroft for best actress all of which is to say here was.
"patty duke" Discussed on KGO 810
"To you that was from all right let's let's here the clip on this one party won't popping slim to change can you say that i've ever seen a stiff nothing's sure thinks that he uses whom you talking about where is family which clinton said and that's a chance will have to todd and i have to tell you patty duke is stellar in this film uh yeah we take the next break quickly describe this movie you know it the movie that never fails to make me cry it's a 1990 television movie that occasionally pops up during the holiday season it's about a teenage boy played by stephen door who when he turned sixteen he finds out that he's adopted so he runs away from home and he goes in search of his biological family and and we come to learn that when he was a baby he was literally stolen taken from his backyard when his mother turned away for a second and i don't know what else to say about this will be other than it takes place during the christmas season patty duke and steven door along with the rest of the cast our magnificent and i defy anybody with a heart to watch it and not be a blubbering mass by the time that it is over and this is a dvd right well you no it's funny it's it's i don't think it's available anywhere i know there was a v h s copy that was available in the uk i think he can get it for like two hundred dollars but you gotta watch for it on tv uh because it's not available i think anywhere streaming it's a very rare film i don't know why it isn't available because it's such a great movie but um yeah you can uh you know watcher look at your tv listings they should probably have it listed some at some point during the holidays that i do want to point out i have patty duke you're in studio some years ago and i asked her about this film and she said she loved jal what loved or i gotta take a break late i got say we come back your dumas a favorite christmas movie miracle on thirty four street 1940's seventh we'll talk about that when we come back my guest tim ceca and let me tell you this guy is great celluloid dreams dot net you're welcome to participate for one five eight zero each early ten.
"patty duke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mean yeah oh yes yes it was not remember that at all what we'll produce a wet network i don't know but gm play it was jim french projection oh my god i go along with minutes transient they were both acted and produced didn't larry hour with in a lot of them are like oh oh i feel sorry upi no i'd love that i mean it wasn't the most of it right after this series i guess yeah oh yeah i think i think there were in seventy three eighty oh yeah there were a lot of famous actor patty duke within a couple of an now it was uh a lot of people were a lot of the old stars like uh fred then yeah and now there was one name that they're there with an upset about a private eye name harry nial ended arafat your show was wanna hear that was uh that that the gentlemen's name was phil baker pill and then he died and then larry uh larry app it took over to play harry now oh my gosh i'm so sorry okay that's all round member with thank you so mike i will look all of this out okay he had to come back you might be all right it was nice to talk to you told me think okay by good night biggles tony here comes michelle michelle malkin the wbz well i would argue nasa jv i'm actually pulled over in thinking that train parking lot kentucky oh my god oh get run over over i'm sitting in a train station just i ha i would i would ask the call morning so my they're alone locked the doors implied he's gonna stick somewhere um we're in thank you for the great coalition all the time i love it all in an honor to speak hugh and i love the organs outlook still practically up who be people boombats did i never go and buy a good for you one of the best episode ever way the honeybees ito's you don't want to the island i.
"patty duke" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Let me ask you about your your son rob reiner he he first became a and acting star in on the family meet head and then he became a director directing movies like princess pride spinal tap stand by me did you ever expect him to go into show business or not of not when he was very young although he had a tremendous abilities who remember everything he'd ever seen i mean he's one of these kids who absorbs he was one of those guys who absorb everything you saw on television the movies but he never has stated statelet loudly that he was going to do but in his hearty want that to be a direct role is an amazing and the only told us about it later when he was by nineteen years old i saw him direct a rookie driver's and he were friends when they were in high school and he director of version of uh no exit by saw tra and it was brilliant he was only about eighteen or nineteen that the time at that point his rhode was starting to be paved he wanted to be a director and there's no question that he knew that and he wasn't telling everybody because you know when you're young and say i want to be a director this i get out here and he had it in his bought mine i'm sure all the time who's on on the family he was uh planning it you show each other your work oh yes last you are asking something very very current you're the first one fresh air has got the first piece of information about this last night us or preview not a preview a rough cut a robs new movie which he's not sure of the tightly it so far as harry this is sally or sally this is harry i'm not sure the title with the billy crystal meg ryan carrie fisher and bruno kirby well i'm gonna go on record as saying it is the most.
"patty duke" Discussed on Fresh Air
"An lied about nobody basically was the husband and wife of dick van dyke show was was my wife and myself i mean i that's all i knew i knew i don't know i knew no other marriage intimacy we've been married forty five years and uh at that time was about twenty or thirty years does that mean that when you came home every night you said high honey i'm home no because usually the kids heard me first than those a car coming in the driveway dog barking a big dogs she knew i was on when i came home i never said a as arafat high honey i'm home was probably hardly ever said i think nah maybe i use that once because that was a cliche ables situation comedies and i rarely used that he probably set of one or two times but most of the time we started with with the with the uh script if he said i am honey i'm home who is a for reason and not just to start a script did you of ever trip over the van on your way into the living room i'm a clots uh my wife for i'm didn't do that but i don't know how many thousands of times i stepped onto the back of her scarfs while she was walking i was walking behind her and header f hido trip from forward i think most the most men our collezzi in some areas amino except for maybe baryshnikov i think britian coffin and gene kelly and fred astaire and kari grant never tripped although i did see kari grant trip one so we shared offices near each other and some coming out of his car and tripping on the curb all by himself but he did such a a graceful trip he turned around like kari grant doesn't he looked at what he tripped that and then sought a danced away from it he was all by himself but most people look klutzy i think most men of klutzy and i.
"patty duke" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Dr i understand that a great problem you did you show of shows he you win of the stars of it you are one of the writers on it and it it really turned into one of the most important chosen history of television did you sense first of its kind and i think that makes it important it was the first of its kind in luckily it was excellent me the first of its kind sometimes isn't a revered as your said you break some ground but this was the first of its kind and it was uh people buys 'extraordinary writing and performing talent max lebron had a great i for selecting people that might be stars today and he of found said season image yukogo before that he had worked with any case i really had a good i thank you uh he found me in a broadway show i was performing in a broadway show in this first full year v show is shows was about to go on the ernie needed somebody to support said cesar and i had been a first banana up at that time i've been a leading comedian and he invited me to become the second banana when i i had seen said in tarzan spires and another venture on broadway the men make my manhattan and i thought this guy was an extraordinary talent and being a second banana to such a massive first banana didn't do it wasn't a come at all for me i realized i was working with the best so being second banana tv there on he did he want to get off dickey's we see the kind of performing wanted all the good lines for himself with he'll no as a matter of fact he was very good about the peace being right and if you got a laugh and if you did something funny he would never say well let me do that he just let you do as a matter of fact uh.
"patty duke" Discussed on Fresh Air
"God knows what that axa was that i did uh but i must say most people when they talk to me about it you know folks on the street talk about the twins they forgot the cousin part farther i went through a maya my my early years thinking can there be identical cousins is is this possible are we were filled with misinformation on that but i must say i just saw again i was never allowed watch that show so um i saw it only recently and i was kind of happily surprised all these years had been kind of embarrassed by the whole thought night really we kind of you turn my head and eyes away when people would mention it four aids genre it was quite a lovely little show and they were nice people and they weren't saying nasty hideous things to each other all the time and then i noticed that i was also doing some very nice acting work for her it was based on very thin uh premise but nonetheless there was some very real work going on there so i was glad i finally saw it and i don't have to go cringing and skulking through hallways anymore when i hear the realistic i wish we had more time to turco we're out of time it's weird allied her in his own wonderful program and i'm so glad so successful and it'll stay r o thank you to respect apparently duke in 1988 duke died last year she was sixty nine coming up actor director and writer carl reiner this is fresher support for this podcast in the following message come from helix where one test can provide a lifetime of personal insights from nutrition and fitness for family planning and entertainment and he looks dot com discover a marketplace of dna powered products and find out would your dna can tell you helix cracked your code.
"patty duke" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So if you listen to us we promise to listen to you thank you so much let's take a look at the store still a very tight game and he found think back and forth or at sixty eight 64 with alex his team in the lead now as we get into round five now that we've taken care of their business let's close tonight with another round of odd woman out laura this one's for you analysts five points for identifying the oddoneout five more for telling us why carol patty duke patty duke donna read donner read mary tyler moore mary tyler moore and louise lassar louise lesser i got a a thinking okay let's see she will might my immediate feeling from having grown up on some nick at night was that patty duke donna read mary tyler moore were all known as leading ladies of television shows its sphere louise lassar had actually be showing she did she did she did she had a mary hartmann mary heartening yeah that's right and i don't wanna then women did win in heavy is what i'm thinking is that no direction in the right direction okay so there is there is no oddwomanout let me guess that louise lassar didn't when is about oscars no it's not about is it about middle names i am now going to take it away from you and see mike as my colleague barry has the and what do you think it is we believe that louise lassar is yard woman out yes and because there was a patty duke show adana ridge that is correct no points it wasn't their question but that is the correct answer on there you're going to oversee got us right the friend mary hardman mary hartmann was louise last yes louise year was in mary hardiman mary hardman but the others have shows named after them the tone social stormy yes toni morrison doris lessing alice monroe the last one is virginia woolf well okay so it is it is virginia woolff is the odds nobody has afraid of the other room if convicted nobel prize all of the others won the nobel prize for literature gallup virginia woolff that is toni morrison doris lessing in alice monroe all won the nobel prize for literature rice knock virginia will murray yes sir bette davis okay ginette charles glenda jackson keat blanchet.