17 Burst results for "Peter Graves"
"peter graves" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Now that's the closest I could think of to the absolute insanity that pipeline could reach where it was like one absurdist thing after another and especially with the the the rude things that that the characters will say whether it's about god politics America the troops I mean it but they're just like they they they they don't that's the only thing I could think of but it it doesn't have the wide appeal that that a python but I've had now but it's one it's the one thing that I found it clearly inspired generations of comic writers write filmmakers and so forth but it was very hard to replicate yeah I had to David Zucker on here not too long ago and we were talking about that airplane and it it he he he had kind of it he sort of stuck in a little bit in that same place to about about airplane then and and they're playing now and and a lot of the the in I I can I use this term loosely because I know gets abused but I mean the humor of airplane really was politically incorrect even in its day the joking about you know that the Peter or the running grades by Peter J. grades being a a pad a file and you know all that stuff and it was funny because with Peter graves is really wise for like the last expected to be delivering lines like white was funny because it looks so can hi right but at the same time like even now though that would be like it would seemingly would be it would be impossible but I asked him who he thought was really funny and he likes those impractical jokers on on cable that was like that's the show he says he can't stop laughing at and I think that that's connection because that that show is gotten some traction a little bit like a little bit like the underground early python this.
"peter graves" Discussed on KTOK
"Now that's the closest I could think of to the absolute insanity that python could reach where it was like one absurdist thing after another and especially with the the the rude things that that the characters will say whether it's about god politics America the troops I mean it but they're just like they they they they don't that's the only thing I can think of but it it doesn't have the wide appeal that that a python would have had now but it's one that the one thing that I found it clearly inspired generations of comic writers write filmmakers and so forth but is very hard to replicate yeah I had to David Zucker on here not too long ago and we were talking about day airplane and it and he he he he had kind of it he sort of stuck in a little bit in that same place to about about airplane then and and they're playing now and and a lot of the the in I I can I use this term loosely because I know gets abused but I mean the humor of airplane really was politically incorrect even in its day the joking about you know the the Peter or the running grades by Peter J. graves being a a pen a file and you know all that stuff and it was funny because was Peter graves is really wise for like the last expected to be delivering lines like white was funny because it looks so can hi right but at the same time like even now though that would be like it would seemingly would be it would be impossible but I asked him who he thought was really funny and he likes those impractical jokers on on cable that was like that's the show he says he can't stop laughing at and I think that that's connection because that that show is gotten some traction a little bit like a little bit like the underground early python this.
"peter graves" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Rick and Morty do you ever watch reckon the cartoon Rick and Morty now that's the closest I could think of to the absolute insanity that python could reach where it was like one absurdist thing after another and especially with the the the rude things that that the characters will say whether it's about god politics America the troops I mean it but they're just like they they they they don't that's the only thing I could think of but it it doesn't have the wide appeal that that a python would have had now but it's one it's the one thing that I found it clearly inspired generations of comic writers write filmmakers and so forth but it was very hard to replicate yeah I had to David Zucker on here not too long ago and we were talking about that airplane and it it he he he had kind of it he sort of stuck in a little bit in that same place to about about airplane then and and they're playing now and and a lot of the the in I I can I use this term loosely because I know gets abuse but I mean the humor of airplane really was politically incorrect even in its day the joking about you know that the Peter or the running grades by Peter J. graves being a a pen a file and you know all that stuff and it was funny because was Peter graves is really wise for like the last expected to be delivering lines like white was funny because it looks so can I right but at the same time like even now though that would be like it would seemingly would be it would be impossible but I asked him who he thought was really funny and he likes those impractical jokers on on cable that was like that's the show he says he can't stop laughing at and I think that that's connection because that that show is gotten some traction a little bit like a little bit like the underground early python this.
"peter graves" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Could think of was Rick and Morty do you ever watch reckon the cartoon Rick and Morty now that's the closest I could think of to the absolute insanity that python could reach where it was like one absurdist thing after another and especially with the the the rude things that that the characters will say whether it's about god politics America the troops I mean it but they're just like they they they they don't that's the only thing I can think of but it it doesn't have the wide appeal that that a python but I've had now but it's one it's the one thing that I found it clearly inspired generations of comic writers write filmmakers and so forth but it was very hard to replicate yeah I had to David Zucker on here not too long ago and we were talking about that airplane and it it he he he had kind of it he sort of stuck in a little bit in that same place to about about airplane then and and they're playing now and and a lot of the the in I I can I use this term loosely because I know gets abuse but I mean the humor of airplane really was politically incorrect even in its day the joking about you know that the Peter or the running grades by Peter J. grades being a a pen a file and you know all that stuff and it was funny because this Peter graves is really wise for like the last expected to be delivering lines like white was funny because it looks so again hi right but at the same time like even now though that would be like it would seemingly would be it would be impossible but I asked him who he thought was really funny and he likes those impractical jokers on on cable that was like that's the show he says he can't stop laughing at and I think of that that's connection because that that show.
"peter graves" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"How snarky response to correct grammar? So amazing made it that John Wayne Accepts Gary Coopers Oscar even though he really disparaged film in print and in interviews and went out of his way to I think keep it from being made the he was pressuring Stanley Kramer to distance himself from Corman. What I'm taking away from the whole story is it's instructive to read about Hollywood? And the red scare such as it was because in a time like right now where they're so little nuance and so little appreciation of the messy middle of human nature. And I like reading about this time when it was really complicated. It wasn't it was another time when everyone was asked to be black or white yet. This book does a really good job. kind of tracing racing everyone's path and is unstinting in both. It's blamed for people who like John. Wayne Kinda used it as a cudgel yet had had these moments of compassion I think actually went on to work on films that Stanley Kramer and or call form and were involved with but the movie itself. You can completely unaware of any of that and watch this as an incredible eighty four minutes of film and a truly great performance from Gary Cooper and everyone else any alternative casting. You WanNa get into poor. We move on to some of our other much Dowa back grace. Kelly was attached before Gary Cooper was but for that role for the role of Cain. There were a bunch of people considered including Henry Fonda who'd already been gray listed which is one of the reason why he didn't get it. Yeah John Wayne. They considered but because as of the galaxy never would have done it. Kirk Douglas. who had been in that production companies champion which it sort of made that company for years before all these were people who were considered and they even even kind of were resistant to Gary Cooper because of his age and everything that you were saying but he liked the role and petition for it and even was willing to work for half pay so he knew what it was that he understood and to his credit he allowed himself to be photographed without vanity because he had not been filmed in such a way as to show the stark lines in his face? Ace from a lifetime of hard living in smoking injury. And what have you. But he looks a lot older than fifty. I'm fifty I. Don't have the lines Gary Cooper has right now and you're not wearing wearing makeup and you're not just being China. I'm not being well. It's interesting one of the things I like about Cooper and it's one of the things that I like about movies at a certain point as an actor you get to bring bring something to the screen. That's more than the role. Your embodying and you cannot watch Gary Cooper in this movie without an awareness of this arc of the human being's life because when you've been in the pictures for a long time we think we know an actor. I like that about Hollywood like about movies that you can see these actions. I I think about some of the French new wave films the Jean Pierre Melville films where you're seeing like Lino Ventura or these other French character actors weathered and grizzled and you're aware the era of more than just the character. They're playing the only other Kane person I wanted to mention was Gregory Peck turned the role down. which later said was the biggest regret of his career because because of his own politics that he was very simply act to it politically he would have been good? Yeah though he himself says he doesn't think he would have been as good. The only other alternatives talk about was Harvey Pell. The role played by Lloyd. Bridges his fantastic hair. You'd like that get the to Hollywood is he. I forgot because I think in from airplane and he really he was a handsome guy but leaving cleef also very handsome guy that was originally hired to play that role however Stanley Kramer for another reason to kick him in the Shins. Decided that leaving cleaves knows was hooked. which made him look like a villain told him to get it fixed and he repeatedly refused and and Lloyd bridges got the part and leaving cliff then went onto work for sixty more years with his same goes to Stanley Kramer's credit? He did use them for something else. He's much better in the role that he's casting. I think that Lloyd's visages perfect for the role. The Oh and Ben Miller one of the Miller Boys Peter Graves was considered. I was watching a documentary entry and they literally showed the screenwriters notes. Do you can see like names. Zippy written down and pointing to different characters and stuff and like a few like leaving cliff was up for a few different role but one of them for Ben. Miller was Peter Graves last other. I think you'll enjoy this. Ben Miller ended up being played by. SHEP woolley who a lot of people would have known for having recorded the Novelty Song Flying Purple People Eater. Oh Really Oh man you got to play a little flying purple people eater that's like part of everybody's childhood.
"peter graves" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage
"Sometimes they don't, but point is the faces last man, I dig that I do too to to, you know, always been attracted to different types of bodies. I've always assumed myself living outside the matrix. So what I like is usually something that's imperfect. I like, you know. I like a lot of devils in the ass like a fat ass. Yeah. You know, just same. I love a big nose like huge knows. So I think that fetish easy without sexualizing, fetishism, whatever I'm not trying to offend anybody. Go ahead. Good Vince him. Yeah. It would be covered. They're like, you know, she knows I like big noses. I would imagine. It'd be a bunch of people with big nose. Right. But I like in perfection. Also, meanwhile on been that way. Always you know, I was watching mission impossible last night because Tom Cruise. No, no, not that the radio. I was Peter graves. Peter grade. I was obsessed with that show when I was a kid, and I just it's on prime video Amazon prime video. So I've thought there, and I thought gotta watch because me side note merged his down and she wrote his on prime video right streaming seasons. One through six run. Don't walk just have on loop hem, Luke just what the same ones over and over. I've seen them all at least ten right? Love them. Meanwhile, okay. So I tried mission imposs-. Title again. And I see if I still love the way on the. It's good machinery, huge has a huge hit. Meanwhile, this is the thing and we were talking about noses. Martin Landau they close ups on him. Okay. Let me just say. Okay. So gorgeous. He was way his top of his huge a full top lip with. This this flared nostril eight knows great nose. And these crystal blue eyes. Yep. And the dark features he could play he was Jewish. He could play any any nationality because he looked like everything. Yeah. And on the show, they would dress up as everything, you know. Because you know, the premise that top lip that God. Oh, oh, look at that. He is I've looked at lip. Yup. He might like a model cordray more, and you know, that he was just say Gary good friends with James Dean, you know, the rumor they were very very good friends. Well, I can't knock that I can knock that. But at the time on mission impossible, he was married to Barbara Bain who is one of the most beautiful women to szeswith as you should be space nine. Nine. On the episode. I watched last night, which I think was called the slave Barbara Bain his wife in real life. They divorced years after. But did they meet onto ninety nine? No, those speech was after mission impossible, wasn't it. Yeah. Okay. They must maybe they met on mission impossible. Meanwhile in this one stunt they did Barbara Bain dresses up as platinum blonde, she has blond wig on. And I remember the first time. I saw Debbie, Harry, I thought, wow, she looks like Barbara Bain. Didn't think about that? Meanwhile last night. I see this episode. Barbara Bain has on this platinum blonde wig. She looks exactly like Deborah, Harry of blonde. Yeah. It was amazing. And I'm not even gonna talk about Peter lupus, can we talk about Peter lupus who's piece the strong guy on there. Look up for lupus like the yes at home. If you listen to this look up, Peter lupus new. Nude now mood. Yes, he did a thing in Playgirl in seventy four. Okay. But mission impossible his glory days was the sixties. Are you looking can? I see. Let's turn around. Oh, yeah. That's him. Hi, Peter loop. And.
"peter graves" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And it's a miracle. Search and rescue team said that they heard the young white calling out his mommy, but the question is how how is it? The boy did not suffer exposure to the cold with just a small jacket covering his body. Also, how is it that a bear a big bear was there to take care of him? When most bears could be hibernating or at least their metabolism slow down in their cold. They want to stay out of the wet and in in in warm. It's also interesting to know that there are many stories in sightings of Bigfoot there. In fact, Mary North Carolina declared Bigfoot their official animal and Bigfoot festivals there every year. So. I know we're told that the Bigfoot legend is just a legend, which has been around for centuries. But the truth is the modern interest in finding the Bigfoot creature has spanned only sixty years, and even then there are those that believe that the species is dwindling on my old position on the creature has been one of scepticism until I saw one and also changed my mind after meeting with the late Lloyd pie. The general interest in it from a scientific perspective. After that. I remember when I was in. I remember when I was in the I believe it was the I was in junior high school. I know that it it be the eighth or ninth grade teacher named MRs Miller. And MRs Miller new guy by the name of Chuck Celje. I eventually I chance to meet Chuck Chuck was of course, in film, and I was doing film, and he did film in Utah. Those son classic motion pictures that was Chuck, cellulose work. He was the guy that brought us things like the late great planet earth and chariots of the gods. And of course, the Bigfoot sasquatch films with Peter graves, remember those and apparently MRs Miller told me that Chuck sell you said it was all fake. The only thing that wasn't fake was the Patterson give them on film, but everything else has been faked, and it's a really let me down because I thought well passing given film. It's you know, it's up for debate of whether it's a monkey suit. But then I had a chance to be raargh Emlyn Bigfoot festival, and I I was having dinner with him. And I kind of joked I said, you know, Robert, I want I want you to come on my show. And I I want you to you know, I want to call a bunch of costumes stores, and I want to ask them if they have Bigfoot costumes with pendulous breasts. I said he started laughing. What what are you doing? What are you talking to my says, no, listen, if you and I were to come on the air because I know everybody to go. Let's talk to Robert give him about how he and you know, and Roger we're like out there, you know, getting that Bigfoot shot. I said why did we talk about the fact that the big foot shot you got a big foot a female big huge breasts. They started laughing as if it was a monkey suit and somebody who's in the monkey suit. What place did you go to what costume store did you go to monkey suit with big breasts? I said there's no costume store that I was a call a costume store. Tomorrow would give me a monkey suit with big breasts. They just wouldn't do it. He started laughing because I know what you're talking to tell me, and I go. Yeah. Exactly. So you know in the late nineteen ninety s. I came to the conclusion that Bigfoot was many things about different things to many people, first and foremost, many people believe that he's a mythological creature that has become somewhat of a sociological icon did is more or less a catchall for spirit for spirits or unexpected activities in the woods, or what have you say. Well, you know, throw it all the big Foot's something magical happens at Christmas at Santa Claus. Something scary happens. You know, it's it's slender, man. If it's if it's something happening in the woods, and it's an explains gotta be Bigfoot. Right. Well, Bigfoot can also be the result of a physical manifestation through willful manufacturer topa. I mean, he he exists because we have brought him into existence. We have brought him from the realms of the supernatural because we think of him we know of him. In fact, there's actually a movie with a depiction of him. It's called Star Wars. We have a to back out there somewhere. I remember six million dollar, man. There was a whole. Segment and six billion dollar amount about Bigfoot. They even did I think a TV show about Bigfoot Nick was huge in the seventies. I've also seen the Bigfoot may simply an animal that possesses the intelligence of a typical primate. I saw Bigfoot in Washington state near mount Adams for those of you. That know it was one of those situations where I was elated. I was also pissed off because I did not have a camera. And so if you talk about Bigfoot Cy subject, but people think you're crazy. Well, let's just say this whatever I saw something that was so unexplained I had to think it was something like a big foot because it was an upright walking man with long golden Brown hair. It looked like Robert plant hair, you know, from Led Zeppelin. Muscular build tall. And I thought it was a man until it looked at me. And I realized it was a man with a flat face a very flat face almost peculiar peculiar so scary. It was almost like, you know, when somebody does one of those when they call those blow fishes. You go to the window. You blowfish you push them face up against the window. It's kind of like that it looked like that. And so that's my big foot story seven feet tall at first. I thought it was only six feet tall bronze putting his face the window. Make. You know, at first I thought it was the juvenile because I I was sitting in an area where you sit and you talk it's the library. We're having coffee and it was Sunday morning. We're getting ready to leave NewsRadio and I looked at cross WF the area LA to the laundry now streaming area. And on I your see Amazon something standing echo there near and the over orchard. two And thousand devices since I've been by back. the iheartradio I noticed app. the orchard, and I noticed it was a lot higher than I thought. So this this creature whatever it was it was eating apples from the orchard. Future It was a lot mirren? taller. So I had to have a reach at least, you know, about ten feet had been seven ten ten twelve feet in reach up to grab the Screens. the apples. But that's the thing is that when you look at something, and you don't expect it, you know, after you've been exposed to Bigfoot see You. the blurry creature. You don't see it blurry? And you realize oh my God. What You're is this? doing. And I know I've received a lot of jeers from people about my citing. But it certainly shocked me it wasn't what I expected not by a long shot. And you may also be despised. You don't Email to be a little bit the shocked or surprised to know? I sometimes think to myself that the due date for finding Bigfoot is long past due. I think myself my God, why don't they find this thing? I mean, I saw one why don't they find one or I was hallucinating or you know, you still ask yourself questions. I mean, I know a lot of people who have experienced the paranormal, you know, they have this. They have this argument inside their head that maybe they saw something was a logical explanation. Very I mean, I know that a lot of skeptics into bunkers think that all these people are so convinced and and you can't tell them otherwise. No. You know, I'm open for an explanation. I certainly don't want to think that I saw Bigfoot. There was a figment of my imagination. I don't want to think that I have a psychotic break and saw some it wasn't there. When I saw something there. See that's the thing. So somebody could explain to me that it was something else or that. I was maybe drinking some bad coffee that morning or or or maybe we've got to hold some bad grapes. I don't know. Says I I want to believe that it could be something else. But I certainly I'm open to what I may have seen or what I mean. It's you're always arguing with yourself over something logical. And eventually that that the same image goes over in your head again. So if you're looking at. If you're looking at, you know, the due date for this thing being discovered. Yes, I'm being impatient. About it. Because I want to have somebody discovered. Find a way to get the documentation proof at least. But once again that just puts a question upon my my capacity for hope and whether or not I'm willing to endure this. I mean, it has to be said that if Domino's social origin. Like bigfoot? How is it became.
"peter graves" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Your weekends. You too. Mike in Nashua. This is national. Make your head a guest on last week wasn't with you. But a gals doused fan, man. Wolf when a good conversation. People have with him last week. That was a wasn't a dean had him on. Yes. I forget if it was Saturday or Sunday. But it was it was awesome. Listen. Vanish stories that he came up with really good ones. All right. You were qualified. Thank you for calling. Greg and Gloucester. Hello, greg. Hello. How you doing? I'm fine. How are you? All right. About Peter Faulk. Oh, that's a good one. Peter. I cannot think of anyone else. In the world of movies TV would have you who so embodied one role? He played a lot of different roles. I still think of the grandfather he played opposite. Fred savage. In. Well, it's more Princess bride. Couldn't think Andrew thank you in Princess bride. Impeded played so many great roles. He played guy Gisborne in Robin and the seven hoods, but will always be remembered for Colombo. Actor very good actor. Anything else? And your qualified Tom in east Walpole. Hello. Happy new year. Happy new year to you too. Thank you. My answer is Peter Jennings. Former newsman of ABC. As usual, you know. Written. If you're qualified tar, thanks Morgan. Thank you for the phone call. Enjoy your weekend. I think you're already gone. Keith in Randolph. Hello, keith. Yes. How you doing? I'm hanging Peter graves from mission impossible. Yeah. Peter. Grades. Mission impossible fury whiplash in the number of TV shows. So you're qualified you're qualified. Thank you. Thank you for calling in Jack. How the heck are you? Jack. Well, this is TV shows from any field the name field. Okay. Great. Yup. Yup. Yes. Indeed. So give gimme a p. Does it pay? Desert pete. Yeah. Caisson trae. So okay. So. You're you're only show is the mid way. Now stilts you had your chance I was at the place. I know well, m still while talking about closing restaurants. You will hear anything war on Jake worse. Yeah. It's for lease or sale. Oh, really? You want to buy it. Go ahead. Well, maybe they fix it up. I don't know. I was surprised. There was another show on today. We're talking about well, of course, Durgin park. Goodbye. And it's funny 'cause I had my my information what celebration new, you know, for dinner there in. Brought my my aunt they when she came on from Chicago. And I don't know I kind of see why why they're closing. But in the closing not enough people are going to the front door. Yeah. Maybe sales that always doesn't. Yep. Yep. All right, Jack. Thank you for taking the time to call. Now. Jackie comes Bob from the north end. Oh, Bob meet again. Hello, again, we meet again and again. You mentioned Peter Falk and nobody else being able to play it. If it was trying to recall wasn't somebody else actually supposed to play that? And turned it down Sinatra. I remember reading something about that. But I was that there was another famous actor was initially supposed to get that part. And turned it down for one reason or another by Frank Sinatra. Nice. You know, Frank Sinatra's is supposed to be dirty Harry. Look it up tomorrow. When you said that I was thinking she she wasn't telling me the original person player but anyways back to the game. Wait, hold on. That's that's right. Yes. Yes. We knew there was somebody famous that was supposed to do it in twenty you mentioned it, but I can't recall the name. Pretty good recall, trivial facts, I knew there was initially was supposed to play it, right anyways. I'll leave tongue-twister up to you. But how about Peter piper? Piper's goodman. Uh-huh. If you wanna go with a tongue twister allergy are professional speaker. So you can rattle it off to them. Sierra de messed up paper. I already missed. Practiced up. All right. What's the price t shirt? Oh, that's good. I can use another one. Okay. Okay. Bye. Bye. Let's go to Paul in Woburn. Hello, Paul and moving high and happy new year. Happy new year to you. Well. Coming up to witness. It goes up and down the by rail. Poppies is on its way you go. I just wanted to know. I used to love the song. My name is logging banking. I've heard that song obviously number. JP Morgan, but not JP. Yeah. Too bad. Don't I wish? Thank you for the call. Thank you and good night. Barb in Ohio, a low bar go morning Morgan. How you doing? I'm doing fine, and you very well. Happy New Year's happy new year to you. And that guy doesn't need another t-shirt. We need one back here in Ohio. Well, you know, I hope you win. To how about Peter Pan. That's a good one, Peter. Pam. And if your number is chosen in about thirty thirty five minutes, you get a t shirt. Well, I'll look forward to getting one. Well, then I hope it's you. Okay. Great how good rest of the night..
"peter graves" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On seven twenty WGN. We're live in the AllState skylines studio. We're here till five AM. It's Friday that means fly James Friday and straight out of context, Nick show spies, and you big dummy all coming up right here. We've been talking about famous family siblings. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. And let's see here is Elizabeth on WGN. Hi, elizabeth. Good morning. It warning. How about John F O dairy more? Yeah. And they they still have more family. I mean, more fame, obviously, drew Barrymore's carrying on the tradition. That's true. And don't forget done. Yes. I forgot I forgot about the the actual MSCI brothers. I know Donna Michi. You know? A very very well. I forgot I always forget about his brother. But. Yeah. Donna michi. Yeah. All right. Elizabeth thanks for the call three one two nine eight one seventeen hundred is Fred on WGN. I fred. Showing German us and Peter graves. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That James and Peter graves James arnez, by the way, the thing from another from other world just came out on Blu Ray remastered on Blu Ray. Yeah. So that's very exciting. But yeah, right. Fred, thanks. Fred for Peter graves. You gotta love Peter graves. Just for airplane alone. Because of performance and airplane right there. How about James and Dave Franco? James day Franco. The they were all over the place last year around this time because they were in that. They were in the they made, you know, James made the movie about the room. The disaster artist. So three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred that's the phone number. What about L and Dakota fanning? Ellen Dakota fanning. Sixteen and twenty years old respectively. People are amazed by the maturity of Ellen Dakota fanning that they exude on a daily basis. They're both great. They're both just terrific actresses. I remember when fanning, you know, when she started making movies that are very very young age. She had wait. I mean, it was just it was crazy how how poised she was at at such a young age. But in L comes along and she's terrific to per both. Great. Yeah. Here's Jeff on WGN. Hi, jeff. All right. Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez. Hi, yes. The the Estevez now there's also another one Ramon Ramon Estevez. He's also an actor too. He doesn't eat. He doesn't quite as much as as Leo and Charlie do, but Ramon is too. So there's three of them, and you also got Dennis Dennis. And Randy Denison. Randy quaid. Yeah. Yeah. And the most famous ones that I know billionaires Olsen twins. Yeah. We've we talked about the also twins. Yeah. We mentioned them. Yeah. All right. Jeff. Thanks. Yup. Everybody. The the first thing that people mentioned when they talk about the Olson's is how much money they have we talked. We won't when we've talked about him a little bit earlier. Obviously, we went straight to that. At just they'd like at such an early at such an early young age, they were loaded. So here's let's see here's Gary and L E G and Gary. Hello. I was thinking a about the baseball famous brothers. And I thought about the great Hank Aaron and his brother, Tommy. Oh, yes. And Tommy, unfortunately, couldn't hit the was Joe DiMaggio and his lesser known, brother. Dominic who was also very good ballplayer in his own. Right. And there was Joe Tori, and he had a brother by the name of Frank was also pretty good ballplayer. Yeah. Is it? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. There's a lot of siblings in sports too. Very easily. Obviously you've got Peyton and Eli manning. Sure, you know, who are dueling dueling Super Bowl ring guys right there. Lot. Lot of a lot of that in the sports department. Alright, gary. Thanks, man. Right. Okay. All right. All right. We got to break here. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred if you would like to join us, we are talking about famous siblings because we had Joel Murray on a little earlier, and that was just really wonderful, and we're all going to be heading over Tuesday at six o'clock PM to the Murray brothers Caddyshack restaurant in Rosemont have some dinner. If you have your ticket for for for for Scrooge d- for my screening of Scrooge fifteen percent off of all food for the next Gilio film club. Fifteen percent often that's Tuesday night at six o'clock at the Murray's brothers Caddyshack restaurant. And then we'll see Scrooge at the movie theater right down the street..
"peter graves" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"I'm looking. Yes. This episode starred Leslie Nielsen as Colonel Dennis Malloy. And it also starred actor Fritz Weaver as Dr Mazi Weaver is terrific. And this is well Nielsen is great in. This is the pre naked gun. Nielsen this serious actor Nielsen. Oh, he was that way for a long time. What movie did I just watch recently where he plays straight character? I can't remember right now. But of course, he was in forbidden planet. Oh, was he? Yeah. You don't remember? He's he was like the main. He was the commander astronaut in been planted. I mean, forbidden planet's great is not great for the astronaut characters who as usual or just like some stiff white dude's. Well, you could say that Leslie Nielsen was also one of those stiff wide do for sure. He's kind of put him in the same categories. Peter graves, you know. Enlight Peter graves and was later used to terrific affect in comedy as such as the airplane, movies and the naked gun movies in this. He's he's pretty great because he plays just a very very hard cold character plays. He's a fearless mercenary. That has just been multiple wars. And even after World War Two is over. He couldn't get enough. So just continually works as a mercenary, okay and Lee, Marvin type very much very much Lee, Marvin type character ear also reminds me a lot of the kind of character that say leave and cliff would have play. Oh, yeah. Okay. So in this episode it starts off with a gentlemen's club. And here is Colonel Malloy talking it up with the other gentleman there and one of the gentleman there, Dr Mazi played by Fritz Weaver starts talking about an an episode haunted house, I'm sort of an encounter with haunted house, where just terrifying for anyone to survive. And of course, the fearless Colonel here he starts talking about just how fearless is and how fear is a disease. He says, I'm careful, but I am incapable of fear. Okay. So this leads to a bet as compared tends to happen in stuffy gentlemen's clubs Mazi says. Says that he bets he cannot survive a one night in this haunted mansion without being scared to death and any puts ten thousand dollars on the line nineteen seventy one dollars. Yeah. Cash. And so, of course, are mercenaries up for it to prove how fearless is and to to get a nice payday. He says, of course, I'll do it. So in this one of the fabulous things about this episode is basically a two person show. It's just a just Weaver and the Olsen. So and you don't even see Weaver again, physically he only appears on a television set. So what happens is that Malloy Braves the ghost defects in the house, all these smoking Mira facts seem intended to scare him out of his payday. He definitely fires a few rounds and some obvious special effects in just the audiences clear that they're special effects, or it's obvious within the story that they're special effects a little of both especially to modern viewers. The effects aren't like our terrible. But anything they're lacking. I think actually enhances this aspect of the episode. So it's like supposed to be visible to Malloy that it's fake, right? Or certainly after he's through emptying his gun into Israel. I doubt with the problem. The way I do all my problems, I tempted to murder it. Right. And then I saw that it wasn't anything to be afraid of. So eventually, though, he settles into bed as a little coffee for some reason. And then he's says, all right? I'm just going to go to bed when I wake up going to be ten thousand.
"peter graves" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Extremely serious starts with a slight fever. Virus penetrates victim becomes busy. Arash. Goes to work on the central nervous system causing severe muscle spasms. At this point the entire digestive system collapses, accompanied by uncontrollable. Budget? Wasted. That of course, this Leslie Nielsen the pilot, and no it's Leslie Nielsen airplay, Natalie lights. Airplane? Leslie Nielsen plays a doctor on the plane, and he's describing the symptoms and the person who is suffering from the symptoms as he describes. It is Peter graves. Oh, boy, so Peter grades. Died. Gotcha vanilla ice the rapper was on this plane. He was this is one of those big fancy double decker emerets very very fancy on the top. They've got your own cabin. And you can shower there. And he was of course, up top, and he documented a lot of this. When we started looking out the windows. We were like this is much bigger than what the pilot just made it out to be, you know, this is real serious because when they were landing this all the emergency vehicles. So this is vanilla ice ambulances there. And there was a lot. And it was chaos, and I was like this is very serious, and it's not just a flu. It's a different type of flu. Obviously strand is not in America yet. And they don't want it in America. It is now. CDC, of course, involved with starting to worry. And and everybody on the whole plane was worried, and we were panicking, and then and then he said..
"peter graves" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"All right. We're back rewatch Ables mission. Impossible. Last few words here just before we get into that some half assed internet research, corner, Willard, hook, I hope I'm pronouncing his name, right and Gloria. Katz is original script reportedly opened with members of the original IMF team, including Peter graves on a mission with their youngest member played by cruise. They were all to be killed, and that would leave crews behind a solve the, you know who the mystery of who killed his his original team. I wonder if that was also one of the reasons why some of the older stars did not want to reappear in the movie raves out. Apple was almost bankrupt at the time of the movie being released. People fans, they attempted to like basically get cool again by having a corporate tie-in with with mission impossible, and that the PowerBook laptops were in every single, like we're basically an all these movies around this time, but especially mission impossible. They also set up a early web. Site promotional tie-in called the mission impossible web adventure, wow, it was basically like a game you could play. They sunk like fifteen million into this whole thing, but things worked out for apple, so congrats them. Like I said before, the Langley heist is in a mosh the jewel staffs and classics of top copy and and some people think that Ethan hunt's name is a slide tribute to Howard hunt the former CIA by the Watergate break-in. Interesting. Ethan hunt is such a perfect name for carry. It's really good. It's so anonymous, your some reason? Yeah. Let's say, let's do unintentional. Comedy. When he goes back to his and starts researching the internet after saying, internet on his computer, Ethan hunt is scrolling through these use net groups, and he closes his eyes. He starts like, he just starts like, okay, I'm going to start scrolling through these use net groups to try and find out. You know how Max's communicating through the internet. And he closes his eyes through this whole part and it's not a big deal, but he misses the whole letter a. which would have been arms dealing. So if there had been a message board for arms dealing either would have just been missing it at one point, Ethan, says Duluth, Luther, what did they used to call you? The net ranger and maybe my favorite piece of unintentional. Comedy is Senator John Walser democrat of Virginia appearing on the McLaughlin group, and then being able to watch the McLaughlin group in crystal-clear video in a hotel room in Prague. That's a great cat. Yes, that's that's pretty bad man. Use net, gruesome. Remember those? I do. Wow. All the internet tech stuff is just you just got to accept it brought to us net group back in ninety mid-nineties. Yes, I was on the fish use net group, which I believe. I'm sure people will correct me on civil Ron. I believe it was one of the first use actual Usenet groups for like a musical act. Oh, interesting. Yeah, I was on like an. I remember I was on one of those Email list serves that was the first internet experience I truly had after having like prodigy or whatever. And I was on this like pay this list serve for pavement, and I would send the band pavement, and I would like you would just be like you're just people talking about pavement in this list serve all day long is this meant to be a confessional portion of trying to verify that this was in fact how people communicate it on the internet. So it's not surprising that arms deals took place in biblical use that I don't think I had an experience on the internet beyond the walls of AOL internet, six, I think I was strictly existing AOL as anyone ever. Tried to Email max at job three, fourteen give it a shot..
"peter graves" Discussed on 790 KABC
"One of the volcanoes went off once it happened and they had no notice they had no ability to figure out what was coming down and it's not like now where we have the sirens and we have the internet we have radioing and they went in afterwards to people's homes and you would literally have like little kids laying in their bed and paris laying in their bed and the volcano just sent the lava down right into their house and they all just died in that position well this is what worries me when when you see it rolling like a big frightening how do you you can't stop that there's no mount of like fire trucks can't stop law there's nothing so anything hots it's cement on fire coming at you essentially is what it is it's wet cement qualify liquefy liquefied fire but then when it dries you know i told you we stayed in a house and why and it was it was peter graves old house from mission impossible and he bought this incredible house on coli and his pool was built into the natural lava flow so it's all this black rock but it's from a eruption of a volcano that's essentially solidified and then hundreds of years later these beautiful homes were built and the pool was built on this sort of juxtaposed juxtaposed asphalt for lack of a better word but it's all molten lava that's been dry it's all black so what's to stop it from erupting again that's what i'm i don't know like it's paradise but you pay a price in paradise homes have been destroyed and we can only guess that more homes will be destroyed show john so far is it a fire because it's technically on fire when it hits your house.
"peter graves" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Lucky caller number seven is going to the concert and we come back we'll bump back with simao stewart yeah so a six point nine earthquake just hit hawaii with the epicenter being the volcano that everyone's worried about wiping out that part of the island and cnn is leading with stormy daniels and fox's leading with roger stone in the muller investigation and i haven't seen one mention of hawaii yet yeah so i don't understand what that's about maybe they're just not going to mention it because it hasn't killed anyone yet or you know i don't i don't know but i think it's a huge a huge deal they were hit with one and hit with another back to back and they've got fissures in the earth and there's lava molten lava just just just bubbling up it's really frightening to look at because when you go to an you're a fan of hawaii as i am you go to hawaii and it's this utter paradise and you tend to forget at least as a visitor maybe the islanders the the locals don't forget this but you see these gorgeous mountains are you see that black volcanic rock and it comes from its lava that is comes from the earth and so i the last time i was in hawaii no it's not the time before we rented a house instead of a hotel and it was an actor from mission impossible peter graves i believe peter graves peter anyway he was this actor and he lived on the he lived in coli rate on a bluff and he had this pool that jutted out into the ocean but but the around the pool you usually have tyler you'll have cement or flagstone or what have you right wooden decking sometimes it was all the shape of the lava that had formed around it so it was black on the outer decking and i remember thinking that's so cool then what wait a minute oh my god that means it ruptured and this is where it's wow this multimillion dollar home probably worth ten million we stayed in with another couple.
"peter graves" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The actor max gillin is matt dillon was the the sheriff in gunsmoke you've played by james aren't s started in nineteen fifty five and went to the tonight nine hundred seventy five so twenty one seasons of gunsmoke and there are six hundred and i think there six hundred thirty four episodes of that so a lot of stuff here and so for those who've you who do you even remember a peter are ness the actor nobody remembers his name but i don't know yeah i wouldn't be able to he was in lineup he was in movies like lindsey now leslie nielsen airplane movie he was but he was the he was the host and the leader of mission impossible on television and his brother his he and matt dillon matt dillon used his name james s and peter graves sorry i use the wrong name of the wrong guy james aren't s was the brother of peter graves and they use different names because they didn't want to confuse one of use mother's name the other one used the father's name and james arnett started as john wayne stunt guy and john wayne was asked to be the was asked to be mad dillon on on the television show and he said i don't wanna to do tv on g get my stunt man to do it and that's how he got started and it happened that nobody thought gunsmoke was going to make it on tv so they gave our nessin opportunity to buy into it and he ended up owning the show and became one of the wealthiest men in hollywood who knew a story about the simpsons would bring this much interest for you doug well i just think it's interesting to look at this stuff it's a cultural thing how long the simpsons and what that culturally presents and law and order and what that culturally presents and meant and gunsmoke three very different types of programs and they all lasted for a long long time because they knew how to keep the audience interested in what was going on it's great writing it's i think it's a great story about one.
"peter graves" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"You know it's just two from such a pc culture like you know the dean martin russ could never dawn uh the chapelle second him at the on right now no i mean now will receive blazing saddles could never be made net emeka number beyond inland color can never be i mean airplane where where nothing had i love that probably you love that is a classic could be on right now yeah i mean airplanes the perfect example of peter graves this legendary actor this pillai's up pilot is trying to fuck joey their little kid in the cockpit in view ever seen gladiator moving as there's a grown man naked like as a kid as a what the fuck are these questions have you ever been a turkish prison money i don't even know what that means and then i saw that movie midnight express threaded a as a committee passed away obeys yup accurately oh turkish prison now that's what he meant they fuck each other oh so yeah you couldn't have a character gene an airline pilot trump fuck euro kit in the cockpit voice i i don't know why we can't have that in a movie as a joke or as something just ah i what i don't think anything supplements to meet at to joke about i'm nothing do but for some reason do they think what you watch this movie this fake movie and then you go you know what i'm no fokker kid i mean what's the correlation here why are they tarantino came you know django unchained an.
"peter graves" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Looked like us it were varner close but they were falling off there were falling apart at the joints here and there and then martin landau data the gia the eighty nine and here's here's here's my thing with martin linda it yeah he was in a whole bunch of stuff great actor you'll never broke through as the lead guy on thinks he he he he relished his role as the the henchman in so many things or the second guy like in the daikan of tv series mission impossible in which i i can honestly even remember and in in reruns except for the opening the opening sequence he was he was rollin roland hand which i dunno i know peter graves was the main guy was ethan hunt is a main guy i don't remember martin landau in don't i i guess the first thing a came to my mind when when it flash of that hit expired limits on michelle ciba and so who was he liked he was he was the number two guy i think it was well wasn't even if you should take us mission isn't he the one get matter was up the was up dina it was peter grave maybe was putera and then he had then he added all your real surreal to sky is things started blown up he would put under disguises and and i guess they all you know when they went on their little merson yeah and the his probably uh i i would say is is most famous film role was the hitchcock film north by northwest which is still in in my top five i have i have a top with a forty movies and as a bunch of ties but it's it's one of the the one of the and i just played james james mason punching martin landau a narrow james how mart linda falling backwards so the movie north by northwest is terrific james mason is this hold as ice villain who does none of his own dirty work he just he just informs his future target that they're seconds away from dying whether it's a brilliant phil north by northwest one of the best films ever made but martin landau is the henchman he is the guy who who who makes the makes the threats.