17 Burst results for "Peter Laurie"
"peter laurie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So we're a little lower. curatorial. moment here after what we just heard which was spike Jones and his city slickers me and my mate that we were back at the shack we had spike Jones on the box they sang in upper on Cripple Creek what well that's maybe one of the songs that would have been in the box my old flame with the impression of the famous Hollywood nineteen forties movie actor Peter Laurie. and a whole lot of really warped out there humor for that time he got away with things that people just didn't get away with back then spike Jones. actually very canny musician a guy who carefully arranged and produced the sounds and the musical elements that made up his his completely anarchic little records. in the forties the song book and W. NYC in pa Cavalcanti with now the miracle of. NBC's magnificent jumping at the wood side I've characterized it from time to time playing it the original record from the late thirties as one of the most exciting recordings ever made in all of records how could we boil it down how could we distill it to just done. one guy. the man for that job would be Oscar Peterson. and from. Oscar Peterson trio. jump.
"peter laurie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Among them. Why she was wearing gloves. They look like big blue mittens to me. Yeah. Apparently, there's a reason for it. Justice Ginsburg, actually explained in an Email statement. To according to Justice. So former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor this goes back. The story goes back about three years ago. Apparently, Sandra Day O'Connor happened to say to Justice Ginsburg that look you you've had chemotherapy after Colin catcher, and you're very laudable vulnerable now. And so you're going to receptions, shaking hands with lots of people you should release wear gloves and that was back in nineteen ninety nine. So I guess. From then on she wore gloves. She liked them so much she decided to keep wearing them. So she's always wearing gloves. Well, thank you. Solving that mystery what why not a SARS mask or a whole chemical warfare suit or something before we get too far away have to say congrats to luanne rushing who figured out today's mystery voice, which was Peter Laurie. I happen to be a half met Shanti. So we have a nice book for her. Maybe maybe a Peter rabbit, the coloring book or Peter Laurie Laurie. He played the same character. What a great actor. But did he really actor was he being Peter Laurie? The whole time, you know, in every every role in those nine thousand nine hundred forty s classics. He's here. I am. He's always the Weasley guy the movie, I remember him, and there were many. But the one that I remember. And it was scary for its time called the beast with five fingers. And it was just a hand that kept creeping around. He played second fiddle to the five finger while he was in. He was in the Maltese falcon remember that. And kid Hitchcock used them in the man who knew too much. So I wonder if what he was like in real life. That would be very funny to find. You know, you always see these guys like, Dan nuts. The great Don Knotts who from West Virginia. They have done knots museum in West Virginia of all. Of course, they do. But I wonder if Dan nuts was a nerd in real life because he played a nerd Soweto. Well, I do know like I met red skeleton several times and had lunch with engaged to two different occasions. They gave me one of these big cigars. Wow. And red Skelton was the same offscreen offstage as he was on screen and on stage. You know, you and I are brothers. I just realized that because when I was a twenty two year old stripling. I was in twenty one year old stripling. I was in New York City for the first time and walking around by Radio City Music hall. I looked up. Up in this red Skelton? Hello, Mr. Skelton. He will know how are you? And you know, how he spoke he spoke like he he spoke on television. And I said where where are you going to rehearsal, and he said walk with me, and he could not have been nicer. Now, can you imagine today in today's climate one of the biggest stars at the time was nineteen Seventy-nine saying come walk with me and talk to me. I just don't think we have that kind of interaction with celebrities anymore. He was a genuine, genuine soul. I mean, he was funny. He was funny in Miami was funny doing. You know, his stick and all the different characters that that he that. He did. So so well, and he was very patriotic. He ended his show all the time with the pledge of allegiance that explanation. And I encourage everybody go to the YouTube and look up red skeleton pledge of allegiance he explains the pledge of allegiance he breaks it down line by line. And he also talks about why. And when we added the phrase under God is one of the most patriotic things you can ever play. And I wish we had time right now. You're a great artist painter. And also a poet. And he also wrote his wife of many many years a love letter every morning down in the morning and wrote either in poetic form or letter form. Something to her each and every morning what a what a wonderful. Why don't we have? They don't make them like that anymore. And then we'll we'll talk about you know, when we get back. We have to talk about one of the biggest stars in the music business came out with a statement about the president and Republicans and Democrats and the president has responded, we'll dive into the Taylor swift controversy just around the corner. Yes. I do. I just got word from our producer. He's a get my arse in gear. He did he said, and that's what I'll.
"peter laurie" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"No, not a chloroform rag more vocal thing, and and I would do Peter Laurie. So I do too little impressions. I don't know why, and I didn't do them for years and it wasn't highschool. There's this guy named Mr. shot who's since retired who taught English. And whenever he would be absent, we would convince the substitute teacher to let me do an impression of him to teach the class all. So that was fine. But it wasn't until like about ten years ago or maybe like five, five, six years ago that I even sort of doing impressions for job. Peter Laurie was the kind of side kick the evil. Yeah, limping type guilty. He had a face that just said, I did it. He's the guy in the first half of law and order who probably didn't. Right. He's a henchman. Yeah, that's what it was. Let's hear a little Peter Laurie. Hello them. I didn't know I was going to be here today. I, I would have put out my cigarette. You know, this is the forties and everyone's. Casablanca. Yeah. Yeah. Peter Laurie class. He was great. I mean, I, I loved him. I realize him as a kid, and I just thought he and I had the same sleepy Salvador Dali clock is. This is me do this. And so he was awesome, but he was in everything. He was like arsenic and old lace, the Maltese falcon, and which is unbelievable for its languidly yet. So I really just I thought like he really had face for that. What year did he die? Chris max Pat. And I'll tell you why? Because I always think about these guys. He's black and white classics and working opposite Humphrey Bogart or working for sixty four. Oh, he made it. He didn't. He didn't. He wasn't that old. Probably. So he died young. So if he died at eighty, he would have made it to eighty four. You know. And I always think it's funny picturing these guys watching like a spuds MacKenzie, Bud Light commercial or something like in the eighties or seeing jitterbug phone, like seeing a salad shooter, something like their whole life is romantic black and white Casablanca. Thanks and I picture like eighty two sitting home and Jaakko from down under his the scene or just some weird. It's a Swedish bikini team like Mak headroom and like just dying going going entertainment. Like I thought about that. So many times eighties, music's MacKenzie, cable, like. Like the on everywhere. Keener banks, soft cell Depeche mode and flock, a Segel's like blaring in the background of everything. Everything was so one way for such a long time and just blew up in the all sort of died before they had to deal with it. No one's wearing hats anymore. That's not a single of double breasted suit. Car. I ensure. How about it? Yeah. I mean, how about guys like the bar Burien brothers or something like the body building guys that are wearing the remember the remember the tank tops for body builders captured. Yeah. Stryer the purple zebra stripes, MC hammered all the. They ripped the sleeves off all 's. At the top of the chargers, Scott cat. Peter Laurie. Just watching that the Paula. Video and he's like, how is this cat wearing Columbus? Right. So coma gonna do we're going to bombard here with this shit and then you die. Okay. That's what his tombstone said. I thank God. I died before leg warmers, but you think about all these people. There were in this sort of golden era of whatever and they all they made it to seventy five eighty eighty five l. died in like the mid eighty s and that's all they're like, who's Brian Bosworth. And then they died. Yeah. Walk and like an earring. That's the last thing he whispers on his deathbed always, Brian. Police academy. Yeah, all that shit skin out there. This dog pound and everything. My grandpa passed away, maybe five, six years ago and to copiers for he died. He had like eight or ten grandkids. Younger than me. Great and gets to and they're showing him the iphone ipad actually and they're showing it to look grip, look what it can do this all the games and all the angry birds and everything, and he's looking at it, isn't it? This is a man of eighty eight years old. Let's say, and he's looking at a wilder old fire chief of fire cats and right. So he's a blue, blue-collar, dude, and And was was gonna gonna go go. get enough just in time..
"peter laurie" Discussed on WGN Radio
"If they find a cure for the night lose another Saturday night, patrols around yes, Franken berry. It's hard to believe that, three wild and? Crazy, guys like ourselves sit home alone really chocula. I'm bored silly sitting here monster adventure where okay maybe it's because you're a, boy silly monster Big, your coup fellows, what are. We going to do to, cure Saturday night? Blues. I've got the answer blueberry let's go disco Because he Oh no Oh yes I can see. It now I'm sort of item I eat out. All, night Way, I'm so handsome all the girls. Will hustle with me after we. Learned to this go it's goodbye? Home on Saturday. Nights we, would be the most. Popular. So what are we waiting for let's go disco Monsters Will they go up the floor when they put on their bogies shoes or will this Saturday night, sizzle Swizzle Hottest That goes on for another three minutes I guess I had forgotten that the voices were patterned after Boris Karloff Bela Lugosi and Peter Laurie because blueberries Peter Laurie Yeah I can't believe that they all lived in the castle, together 'cause you know every time every time. I remember seeing the commercials for the. For the for Franken berry in count chocula and blueberry and Franken berry in count chocula were always jerks to boo berry They didn't want the east lock them. Out and stuff, and they didn't they hated him they used to make fun of them they were always really mean, to boo berry so I'm surprised that they. Were all well he didn't insult him During the during. That so anyway all right well that's fantastic, that was number one Evidently JoAnne. Had, that I did there were things that I it. Just came. Right, back to. Yeah you triggered me That's. Gonna show running wild and, crazy guys see you know that. Was, yeah seventies yes Oh my God, that's, fantastic All right Goes on for another. Three minutes We'll take a break here we, got weather and we've got traffic and then we'll talk more about..
"peter laurie" Discussed on The Incomparable
"I think that's sort of banter between them i don't i don't think you know gare saying you despise me don't you i see that as just kind of their way of joking around with each other and rick does take the letters of transit that's hot material right that's potentially really dangerous and that says something on both sides that he would take it and also the peter laurie would trust him with it because you know rick could turn them in could could you know and when in that when that moment comes where he says you've got to save me rick and rick doesn't do anything about it i don't get what the movie does not suggest at all is that rick is doing that because he knows with who ghardaia out of the way he's got the most valuable documents in casablanca that's not why he does it right his neck out for no one even you are too yeah and i think that's the as actor during was saying the the banter there it indicates a level of intimacy that we don't necessarily get from the surface value the words right but like those are also the things that you can say to the people who you know you're kind of close like saying somebody despise me right like the thing that you say we like oh god i hate you so much that's not a thing that you say to a person you probably actually hate or they're probably actually despises you that's just not is sort of belies that they're at a comfort level with each other that is allows them to be blunt in sort of a darkly humorous way and that is i sort of gets to what i i think i really like about cuss lanka why it's one of my favorite movies in a lot of studio movies of that era this secondary tertiary character would be i am here to advance the plot i am gone now and and here we discussed all these many levels layers of this relationship and really the great thing about casablanca's that as their panning through this cafe and stopping at each individual table you could veer you could save movie go follow that guy for the next hour and you've got yourself a hell of a movie you could you could literally do casablanca tales where.
"peter laurie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And and hope just goes yar'adua is he did near you probably rear you know he had a real he hearing handicap right all ondo no no no oh god i we we only have sums loyally assumed it was later in life that he new england in oh well no he started gone death in his uh like bad daffy in his aide huh and where he really couldn't hear you and and that may any when we're hearing aids and that benefit that i told you that roast was was hosted by the house that year clinic which is famous doctor dr house in la that does amazing things with people who have hearing handicaps so book bob was very very handicapped in terms of here and he could here i taught he said to me he said you know i can i can hear you i can't hear at aviva that i can hear you i said as interim that's because my voice is up in the same pitch and rangers years use love yourself so much that you can't you can only hear people who sound like you the loser's yeah maybe that reid kenny at at at at at his uncanny you know next time we talk to you a dave we did will do this again down the road enough i was watching my favorite brunette and peter lorries in there and i thought it'd be fun to have you be you doing peter laurie all yet and dave during bob hope and academic rank and actually arenas will and actually read a scene and will do it next time last question i have on here and we could go on forever because this is so damn entertaining do you have a tape of a conversation between marty short jerry lewis.
"peter laurie" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Jole cairo and casper cut but jole cairo coming in to the office after he's introduced via his card in introduce v of the smell of gurn denia in that wonderful musical flourish when sam spade takes a whiff of his card oh my god is so good in this was i mean last year in the probably the year before we have talked about peter laurie so much on the projection booth and i honestly can't say enough about this guy in the thing i talked about with the last movie role that that we spoke when it comes to peter worried the thing that i always love about him as the way that he can raise eyebrows in almost the tire his entire head of hair moves when that happens and you don't get peter laurie looking any better than he does in this movie he has lost all the ba be fat he's got the fix tiv he's got this amazing curly hair in this movie that you never see any other time that i can think of with the with the lorry and he is just all really in this movie me just exudes this kind of cheshire cat calmness but then he's just so so shocked all the time especially when it comes to violence how dare anyone commit any sort of violence against him in that he gets blood on his shirdi so upset about that god had love just watching him in this movie is just so captivating in the same can be said for sydney greenstreet i mean that you have one character as good as this in a movie much less to both of these guys who are usually arnon screen at the same time just your eyes are just drawn to them and the way that again going back to to houston the way that houston frames these guys away that he follows them around that whole see.
"peter laurie" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Houston this is a film that is a very energetic amazing adaptation of a fantastic source novel now we've done three hundred fifty some episodes at the projection booth enough told the story probably three times before so if you've listened to those particular episodes of the projection booth i really do apologise but i have the dust this one off the first time i saw the maltese falcon errors really i think it might have been the first peter laurie film that i saw and it probably wasn't the first humphrey bogart film that i saw but this was where i really gain and appreciation for both of those actors and especially peter laurie now at this time i was also mike you rich i was about 18 maybe nineteen years old saw this in college went to double feature one of these student union run type productions whereas 3 bucks for two movies fantastic and was a huge in stem p fan and i knew where ran kinda got his voice but my god i was rolling every time joel cairo would speak and then at the end when he's blows up on two on gut men and starts calling him a bloated idiot i just lost my shit i was just so much hey him tim me with with rain in mind she'll he'll win urus dopey to tear it to bite will he will receive new brielle did he idiot do don't be better sousse aid u b worm we owe in fact.
"peter laurie" Discussed on LWAF
"I used to endlessly amusing my dad you know with them some the earliest impressions i ever did were like go mm blake peter laurie earned the you know it like all these phil nor things that he did like him i know you despise mere he near the only person in casablanca naked trashed the finally than nazis coming slick had me you've got to meet you know akin and then the other thing from all peaceful can which was you know you know tedious you stupid fat 'have now we will never have the black burned in it was like the original ghalem ever when i was growing up in sink peter laurie in movies i'm like what is it i didn't know what she's well he is big breakthrough was he did that movie and yes supervisor where he's a true story about a child murderer your you know so hey tokyo lashed tackiest but so but with billion ray i'd never seen double indemnity but i was a fan of film noir and it was fascinating to find out how this thing came about and the research was basically baked into the play ruehe written by mike benz venda and what i know i watched the movie of course and but mike put all this stuff in there that let you know what was happening i i played this producer renowned is all real based on real people i played this produce is only four people in the play and and i played producer joe systrom who was a fan of late true crime novels uh and an in also these magazines that were very popular at the time a true crime magazines yet true true true crime magazines and um.
"peter laurie" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Fancy people assumed arrested even did a bit harder the hitchcock's film an ethics of some other really really small horror film but it it it it later he started claiming he was look legitimate stomach peter it that's what of lorries attorney step yet they took it episodes shouldn't in that deposition he admitted he was not he had no reason to believe a new whose parents were it was not peter laurie but he tried to pass that off it by way of getting an entree to to film community and in may he pictures and uh in terms of in all the mid to this meet at least it was pretty much settled uh that he wasn't his son but the problem is one slower he died he started playing that st jude assorted claiming again that he was peter laurie fun because he knew there'd be no cut of litigation or problem but if it who's gonna gyp it it it drove chaffee lorry raised chaffee lorry apps absolutely haiti this man in once kathy and i were at a photocopy shop in north hollywood a copying official strap books as somebody came in passing a fire around changeups did reveal party you know come up trumps you this party and feudal were injured she say he found out that this was jaffe lorry peter lorries daughter and he's just your brothers should be there oh my god that was the worst thing to say i i swear she was just go to take a wastepaper basket up at over his head but she gave you know she told them that is not my brother and i think it could be a cutter fun to go because but this i would have paid it she the fireworks because of this discussion i had no and then he was tell stories about his father long after co peter it died.
"peter laurie" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Oh that's peter laura a you know he escaped so my family is of german origin and so for some reason whenever somebody german would pop up in a movie or like the peter a caricature in the cartoon should feel the need to explain that they were off so german though i i don't think she was aware that he was actually hungarian so told this great story about who he was in the talented actor and escape from the nazis and i think even earlier than humphrey bogart i knew who care lorry was for a bizarre reason the love affair began on this is the only movie that i can think of where he shaved his head for the role and we all know how striking peter laurie looks regularly with a shaved head it just takes it to a whole other level the thing i love a lorry is the way well the way that his eyes what kind of bug out a little bit wendy's upset or excited but then the way that his forehead moves and to do that with the shaved head just adds his whole other dimension that i haven't ever seen in a lorry role while he's so conniving and he's at the center of this film he is right there it's like not like you know be suffice fingers where he's kind of at the center but he's on the periphery for most of it and then kind of moves into the centre role and it's not like stranger on the third floor regis kinda makes an appearance co buddy steals movie basically he's front and center and we get him almost more i would say more than any other character in the film uh and deservedly so i mean the german version in which i know that we'll talk about later calling that film hands of or locked makes perfect sense but this film.
"peter laurie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hanging out and um i i took larry find boyce you know amyloid pete on my show you know and and just amp it up so it would hear the parameters of a a part to a universe so to speak and because you couldn't found like a depressed old jewish gashed empty couldn't i like that you know my hanging yet and so i am among i anthem up and he was like hey land we don't rule tired that came about and and i use kept his voice higher as if he was larry but except he was uh you know just out to lunch more than larry would ever be i am iran was a combination of boy is i was given a tape in the beginning how they wanted me to do this ran boy and that was like or lives with in it uh kirk douglas it was kinda like peter laurie and and a little bit of fouls in the south of the border here and there and uh it was just really really crazy and they said he was a a quintessential jerk you know sorta like with jackie gleason than this one and that one but added whatever the guy who pushes the little guy around yes and uh uh you know so he was like uh the peter loyalist like i had like a couple of hamburgers p and to make came raw you know and then he was like i saw that guy it was winding and blame you and you know it was like lee german expression expressionist they films or something more peter laurie was really crazy on fire and um and then it was burrow lives you you know sabotage huge at joel yeah jude well if you believe me big daddy it as absolute and yelling at brick yeah yy'all on a break you want allied like a diet an advocate of god the dialogue was but it was really something to watch these guys have vein bulging added their necks and so um you know and and then there was some kirk douglas in that ran voice to it's like you know crime story are i think it's crime story of detective story yes where iraqi fat there and he was brooding brooding acting with the backing out of good he was and then he just.
"peter laurie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Just kept his voice hires if he was larry but except he would uh you know just out to lunch more than larry would ever be our i am dan was a combination of boy is i was given a pay in the beginning how they wanted me to do this ran voice and that was like or lives with in it uh kirk douglas it was kinda like peter laurie and and a little bit of south in the south of the border here and there and uh it was just really really crazy and they said he was a a quintessential jerk you know sorta like with jackie gleason than this one in that one but added whatever the guy who pushes the little guy around yes and uh uh you know so he was like uh the peter lawyer was like i had like a couple of hamburgers p and to make game raw you know and then it was like i saw that it was win june and blame you and you know it was like the old german expressionist the films or something more peter laurie was really crazy on fire and and um and then it was burrow lives you know sabotage huge at joe yeah jude well you believe me big daddy it as absolutely and yelling at brick yeah yy'all on a break you know you will allied alotted dieting an advocate odd the dialogue was but it was really something to watch these guys have vamed bulging added their necks and so um you know and and then there was some kirk douglas in that ran voice to its way you know crime story are i think it's crime story of detective story yes where iraqi sat there and he was brooding brooding back in with his back you know that have good he was and then he just he he goes hey hold i hope you know a sharon a all right now chris did you want any day did you want a voice done by billy or you just called in.
"peter laurie" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"And and that's why when he got up on the screen beforehand it said this is my fate one of my favorite stories it really it comes through in the writing and i've actually picked it up again since we watched it the other night and i've started reading the book again in its i thought he did a really good job of it you know but i was i don't know when people say how dare their remaking this i don't think they've watched the original i mean they add there because the tv show would have to stop for the commercials goofy starts it the new movie it has one of the greatest prologues of a movie i can remember in the first five or ten minutes they grab you and they don't let go and the thing and what it has that movies have lacked is this shared experience to sit in an auditorium and hear people yell and scream and to get that that that tingling feeling at various scenes is is the kind of thrill that keeps movies relevant absolutely not opening you're talking about it really it really does grab you its egg i assume you're talking about when he's chasing the little paper bowed down the down a little annual george aditjondro my idea but i mean it hurts as movie guys you know with the floating balloons i'm thinking like fritz lang and the opening with peter laurie abducting nikki the girl or even like with their little rain jacket you're thinking of i don't look now there's always look rail all backs that maybe were in king's mind when he was writing the sucker but out but that opening in them the first time you see we see sars starts guard down in years your charging haute take it i mean and again i knew.
"peter laurie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Three tales of tear involved a grieving widower and the daughter he abandoned a drunk guard and his wife's black cat and a hypnotist who parl long's the moment of a man's death roger cormon and the stars vincent price maggie pairs i don't know these these older actors the own a gauge peter laurie because we remember him basil rathbone that's all i don't know him i just know the name what a name basil rathbone najan that you're j talking with basil rathbone and so david david kronenbourg by the way favorite horror film and we'll take a break now no tell you about this guy david cronenberg maybe you wanna red one of his movies lot of them you have seen the movie i heard of the more you buy you did not know it was him is a canadian and we'll continue in a moment on wbz hey hey john away that's right now martin bradley jj tom wbz news radio 1030 them ray sanitizing american history by getting rid of some statues somehow mix hispanic is dangerous past your nine side hosts the judging people who lived in the eighteen th and nineteen cents replay 21st century standards weeknights at eight should face our history teacher on his from understand.
"peter laurie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Autos and with our chinese i'm experts tech coming into health and with milan so they try for they're not they always succeed by asking one thing to be perfect for everybody is holding up a really high standard jonathan tweeted the animated films are by definition cartoonish and will always run the risk of reinforcing racial stereotypes aisha harris i wonder if that's the actual problem if to go back to the than facebook post about the lion king if the problem was not so much that the two hyenas were played by black and latino actors but that they were buffoonish or not so much that scar kind of red as gay but that he read as effeminate and we associate the feminazi with weakness maybe it's the over lay that we put on top of this cultural image that the actual problem that it needs to be positive well yeah i mean i think it kind of pushed back on what you're talking about earlier it with cars specially i i don't think it's much people reading and quitter i'm putting our own uh you know our own by he'd on kid it's character than same thing way now united i think that there is a history of of bill in to our code aid as gay not just in in auckland lots of other films are clearly as a feminine um you look at someone like peter laurie who often played bill engine he had got sort of a cabinet i style of acting on an even earth lap from a little mermaid was axing modeled after the clean divine like explicitly modeled after um so i think that you know to some extent the thing that exist and i i wouldn't want to say that we are just putting our own uh doc you at and and with regard to china can me i'm one of those cage who i would like to when the when the line cannot do it in a huge part of my childhood and hyena i i think that yes they can we not out not as a little finish at the same time it's marine and we lift goldberg like doing what they do so that doesn't like the the the black rarely thing.
"peter laurie" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood
"When bette davis and join garfield get wind of slim's affection for they rope in the rest of the stars of the hollywood canteen to play cupid between this good natured gi and the luminous joan leslie how gel thank you so much kelley something special we know we don't they are essential but as a boy out front was wounded lucchini who's been shipped home at two years in the jungle doctors gillerman okay report for his transfer next week we won't be here long and all he asked of his knee is a look at you will add sees the i'll give him a good look good by the time the three days rover slim has lived out a brief fairy tale courtesy of barbara stanwick joan growth jack benny sydney greenstreet peter laurie roy rogers and many many more to curb known as far as wishful filmon run it didn't yet much better than hollywood can't dean the movie the film perfectly summarized the message of hope and goodwill that the inhabitants of the mythical town wanted to communique via there were no pretension just almost two goodness human be doing their best to send america's boys off into the unknown with a song in that i have i ever tell you you look like john crop has been but light as now you're a dead rang up a joke drop don't look now but i urge.