17 Burst results for "Philip Marlowe"
"philip marlowe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It? A proposal that your husband, who was so talented was the guy who ran through and produced the sequel to Some of Chandler's work, the unfinished work right, and he he wrote his, You know, with Philip Marlowe, the great detective. So he had the neck of paying tribute to other writers, So it's appropriate that other writers pay tribute and follow along with him. I think so. And of course, it's commonly done now and Particularly in his case. Bob's case with Chandler home he admired so greatly when the estate contacted Bob and said. We have. I think it was only 16 pages of Poodle Springs that Chandler had started. And they're a request of Bob was touching in that because she was such a hero to Bob. Woz that they perceived him as the logical heir to Raymond Chandler and his work and would he finished school spring? Which, of course he jumped at that chance, So I know in the 1st 16 pages, Chandler had married off Mollo. And Bob said, it's completely counter to what I would have done with Milo. But now I'm stuck with it because he's married him off to him to a woman who was not such pleasant woman, but Be incorporated in the whole rest of the book, which which he did. Andre then subsequently I think it was her chance to dream. All of that, which was written in the style of Chandler and also for Baba. Greater Oh, Marge, so his hero worship of Raymond Chandler. My guest.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Bad teeth smell cheap jim. All in a cool cream shiny faced was half hidden by enough bleached blond head stuffing out of him. Hey handsome icons catch my difficult here. Landlady. Pass DAB drinking weather so I'll do. My on old man named John Cooper is an skinny tougher. Guess. So I seen him earlier is that door back there the one on the right? Hey Hey, y'all. Let's see you. missed. Coupons ruin the Fella came out less than the right. Yeah. Let's see I lost probably swiped your friends bodily. He's the kind. Empty. You know drinks to the table and then takes what's left which in this case would be ginger Ale doesn't drink. Hey. Hey you got company. High Copa. On Try You kind of. Your game as. He didn't drink What do you call it? Spread Eagle position on the flock now Not with a knife in his chest. I call that murder. In just a moment, we will return to the second act of Philip Marlowe but I September first nineteen, fifty, the adventures of Philip Marlowe, which continues in three minutes on Classic Radio Theater. While you have free time, you're sitting at home and you Honda. What kind of gifts divide for someone patriotdepot dot com has you covered.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on WGN Radio
"My god cherishes every picture in this house she thinks that one was stolen any idea what the picture one no I can't imagine how high it was stolen all the pictures were simple harmless snapshots can't remember the one that's missing what does all this mean what's it all about well as near as I can tell is some kind of nasty shake down brewing and a housewife down hallways behind it Margaret Vesey's caught in the middle so it involves you to come on let's go get it she's sleeping my place didn't leave her alone yes it is you shouldn't have done that couldn't you tell to my mental state she isn't responsible but to day she's been moody she's been talking about suicide she might model I'm not sure I let's travel in just a moment the second act of Philip Marlowe now with our star general more we return to the second act build build up my wall and tonight's story the open window it's a ten minutes to get insurance house to my place I knew because it reminded me of each one of them has only turned on a break and when we can see my apartment house the word Harry stuck in his throat an ambulance was pulling away from a tight knot of people standing on a concrete driveway beside the building has three floors above them going like a single ugly and looking I was the window of my own apartment wide open even before the stop because I was up and running so the crowd Mr was terrible when you say it's bad weather they say he was laying on the concrete released a half hour before they got into quiet around here tell me what she she did well they don't give a chance my drive across there you say the woman came into your pardon miss Marlow and ask.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on WDRC
"Crime is a sucker's road knows a travel and wind up in a got a present of the grave this time a cop knock me down a flight of stairs an honest woman was trying to buy a green silk sash and a simpering dandy was shot to death all because of a run of the mill like two thousand five hundred miles away it happened like this on the bed of Raymond Chandler outstanding author of crime fiction comes as most famous character in the adventures of Philip Marlowe now with Gerald Barr starred as Philip Marlowe we bring you tonight's exciting story not vital statistics give me a paper what do what do you like Chris is coming thank you take it easy drive away from here wait a minute what about what is there to help the ministers that drive will you Harry please okay streamline the smoky sunset to low heeled slippers brocaded in between address on the move is like on the Chinese four turns and four blocks and pulled into the curb and stopped staff to look at me with a pair of shop jade green eyes the satellite but always been nothing but a calculated risk and she stepped out of the car and smiled it was a big help brother thanks and goodbye and I just like that baby compare I don't like being left out on a limb now look you did me a favor okay but we drop it right here trouble you would like on the contrary it's business like keeping my own nose clean a private detective but I didn't issue any invitation here to jump in my car a private detective and was chasing a baby along you can tell me out here on the street or inside over a drink I'll take that drink I needed a B. I need you to this might be a break I'm Mrs Terry Lamar and your maillot Philip Marlowe we running from this is a barn a woman slacks I don't know who she is and why she's following me but every time I look back to you they it is the second day yeah sure they look why haven't you talked it over with a local policeman are you working from a private detective and all the plans are I hello my chin Chinese silks not a little shop six percent profit but wholesale quick with cash forty percent so what's the point locally all it takes is a rumor of police and I'll have doors closed on me from Seattle to Mexico good evening Montini play it so yes right away this gets back to the woman and slacks yeah fifteen fifteen hundred dollars I want you to locate them woman find out who she is why she's after me when you not without a few more facts for instance because he has some connection with your business I have two men working with me a strong one name calling Katie using the my casket safely to where it's going and it's not one named Joe temple knows when to buy when just long to wait around sure gazing hates all women even may I think and Joe temple well Joe is a wonderful guy you had like a woman falling in love with a fellow named Joe temp can I talk about it further gambling case you've been in San Francisco all we got a deal a big deal it'll make a break with everything I have is tied up in what about you and Joe ten yeah well perhaps this will explain I plan to go away this weekend but I changed my mind because I don't want to miss your flight is and it sounds funny but it's true those must be someone is like the one I had this morning it's a business all right leave the count of how hard he in case you work for me yesterday in San Francisco but the rest of it is to me personally I don't want to sound old fashioned this is about but what about and that was a mistake I could live with one thing I can't stand model is being lied to and leave ME vindictive assuming for divorce right now Vince Lombardi human leech is cold and spineless and parasitic is the real thing okay but why which you're hitting your husband put a woman in slacks and you're trying hello hi Terry worry about that too.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A great marketing a conscious effort Cisco I've never seen it but the girl in my office BBM compass she once did some artwork for protecting what she found out how could he was she told me about a call Eric have a meter that they would look I'll be at a corner table facing the door and telling her he wouldn't I'll call you back later bye nine this first portion of the adventures of Philip Marlowe with the August lion Gerald more you know this show S. you can hear its high production values there was a full orchestra great writing great producer in Norman McDonnell also brought us gun smoke greater great actor in Gerald more and you hear the quality and maybe that's why it had the largest listening audience because it was such a top quality show data with the Raymond Chandler obviously the creator of the character this was a you know this was like sort of like the equivalent of suspense or you know in that genre or locks theater in the in the movie genre this was the top detective show on the air Sam spade another one where they had the full orchestra and Philip Marlowe is a regular on our classic radio club it's I always ice I pick ten shows every month as you know Roger being a classic radio club member and Lisa every single month I choose ten shows and I always look at what are the top shows with the best quality were the best actors best directing best writing this month in the July in the July there is we we put a I asked a tremendous tremendous episode of suspense zero hour are you familiar with that episode of suspense sure yeah Ray Bradbury wrote it well one of the I I knew Ray Bradbury we work together great got tremendous man such a great guy and he wrote so many sci fi stories but that one it's not as most famous one is most famous obviously is Mars is havin or Martian chronicles but zero hour which is in the July batch of shows is in my opinion one of the scariest and most interesting sci fi stories ever written so that's what I do I go through this collection of a hundred thousand master recordings and and send ten of these every month to our members right classic radio club members and a Philip Marlowe is is on there a lot you can get the shows via digital download every month or you can get them on five CD's and they're always different shows every month you'll never get a duplicate show there's never anything edited out of them and we have a one dollar for the first month feet it's only one dollar the first month and it's not a club where you join and you're hooked into it right if you don't want to continue as part of.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Philip Barlow Hollywood Spain was private detective created by Raymond Chandler, Philip Marlowe, tough cynical bible, I of murder, my sweet the sardonic case hardened detective of the Brasher Doubloon the lady in the lake the big sleep. You've seen him in action. And all those top flight mystery pictures, Don order that you may continue to enjoy this exciting Espy series brings you the adventures of Philip Marlowe on the air with a cast of noted radio players, starring MGM's, brilliant and dynamic young actor van. There was a rough desert win. Glowing in Los Angeles at evening. It was one of those guys that come down through the mountain passes, and curl your hair. Make you nervous jump on your skin h. Nights like that every boost party ends up in a fight and meek little house wise, feel the edge of a carving knife. And study their husbands next anything can happen on the Santa Ana blows in from the desert. Closed up my office early. I got tired of reading Philip Marlowe private investigator back to the ground glass of my office door. So I opened the door and close the from the outside and locked it went out to get a fair before I went up to my apartment. Fill up against.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Philip Barlow Hollywood's famous private detective created by Raymond Chandler, Philip Marlowe, tough cynical murder. My sweet the sardonic case hardened detective of the Brasher Doubloon the lady in the lake big sleep using them an action, and all those top-flight mystery pictures, Don order that you may continue to enjoy this exciting misty series types. It brings you the adventures of Philip Marlowe on the air with a cast of noted radio players, starring MGM's, brilliant and dynamic young actor van. There was a rough desert wind blowing into Los Angeles at evening. It was one of those guys come down through the mountain passes, and curl your hair. Make you nervous jump on your skin edge nights. Like that every boost party ends up in a fight and meek little house wise, feel the edge of a carving knife. And study their husbands next anything can happen on the Santa Ana blows in from the desert. Closed up my office early. I got tired of reading Philip Marlowe private investigator back to the ground glass of my office door. So I opened the door and close the from the outside and locked it went out to get a fair before I went up to my apartment. Filler up.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Did you have a chance to watch the Japanese miniseries that was based on the manga by I have not I I'm sorry. I haven't I will tell you. If you want something that is more faithful if you really have your pennies in a bunch that this was. Not a faithful adaptation that the Japanese miniseries. That was I I think it was two thousand fourteen they did a really good job. Now, it is transplanted from American the nineteen fifties to Japan in the nineteen fifties, which is kind of fitting because there's a lot of post-war stuff that is going on in the book. There's gangsters in Japan, just like those gang Suzy, netted states. Yeah. We've got the the the parallels there, and yeah, it's really interesting the way that they transport this over to Japan and make it fit very, well, if anything the convoluted of the book are also in the miniseries, which is at the five hours long. So you get a lot more of this kind of stuff in you get those site characters you get more about the sisters and all these kind of things. So I would say that if you. Two more faithful adaptation definitely check that out. It is out there. It is. There's a fan sub diversion that is available. Subtitles are little rough because they run off the size of the screen. Sometimes it could be formatted little bit better. But I'm not going to be a a dick about somebody fans subbing something because I couldn't speak Japanese assay my life. So it was really kind of a nice take on that. And they don't do the thing where Philip Marlowe name is like the Kanji version of Philip Marlowe, whatever, and it's interesting, the Roger Wade type character. He's almost like a at Dawar, go round poll type character, he writes, the euro fiction. And so it's more the pulpy kind of stuff. So it's interesting when it comes to that. And I did find that interesting the way that Roger Wade in the book is almost stand in for Chandler and the way that he will talk about writing and that he writes in the same. Method that Chandler did when it came to using these yellow pieces of paper to type onto all this kind of stuff. And I think it's the most self aware of Chandler's books having this writer character in there. But again, it's a little self indulgent. And yeah, cut us some slack since his first wife was dying or second life care Maria second life was dying. But at the same time, it's like if like he was really struggling to bring pulp out of the gutter to bring detective fiction out of the gutter. But for me, it's never been in the gutter, and sometimes I kind of liked the gutter better than I liked the lofty stuff. I always admire Chandler more than I liked them. The big sleep is pretty well written. But I get annoyed at how he just doesn't seem to care about plot. You know, you can do both. You can have great characterizations. But you could also have a good solid plot. And things like that. I think I prefer his short stories to his novels. But when we talk about like, a two. Writers are considered kings of his Janjua Marlow Hammett. I've always preferred Hammett. Yeah. Fries, but Philly that hemmitt was superior plumbing and forgiving us lived in villain. I we're to take another break in play preview for next week show. You may pay rent. Doing this neighborhood. Operate. Undressed? Naval. My town. Anger of my heart, my heart conceivable, we'll break. Yes. Really sorry much tool. Tapis? Speculate..
"philip marlowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"But I never could get any MacOS. Now, it's it's still the guy is much older. You know, I mean, again, I I can't I have no say in anything. It's definitely worthwhile. You know, it's very worthwhile. And also for it to be the character. If it's still me in my age, but I still have the hardest spirit in the mind for it. And I haven't changed. It doesn't seem like you've slowed down at all just the amount of projects that you worked out in the seventies. Seems to be equal to the projects that you working on lately. Like, you know, I'll see like. Oh, yeah. New episode of you, no doubt or these things coming up in just like well. Yeah. Elliot still out there. Still going out there. I don't know. I really don't know, you know, because again in terms of not having made a business for myself and having broken out to see for myself how this business is run. And where it's at I guess, I could have gone to school teacher course, in it. I I can't have any regrets. I said to my wife, Jenny. I said do you have any regrets now Jenny married me three times? I'm be married to Jenny forever until she can do better. But Jenny is the mother my daughter, and my son Sam that's Jason's of sister and brother, half sister and brother, I don't think in halves and also Chinese the grandmother to my grandchildren to daisy and Henry, so I'm very grateful wanna sit Jenny do you have any regrets? She and her wasted. Oh, yeah. Don't you? And I thought. I said, no, no, I can't change anything. I've always meant. Well. And this is how we learn, you know, and I said my kids find that a little difficult regrets. I mean, I'm not into nihil, you know. But what you would you prefer for me to say, I should have done this or I could have done this or I would have done this. No, a, you know, this is this is this is my life, and I'm still living it, and I say philosophy is is very meaningful to me, and we all have our own hopefully, we should and it's all related. Because I believe on a certain level. We're all the same. And I'm sure Philip Marlowe knows this. And he says, you know, that I believe there's nothing value other than what we have to share. And it's one thing to share, goodness and accomplishment. It's another thing to share a problem and once people are willing and capable of communicating directly like this. Then we can see that. No, one of us can ever problem that one of us didn't have before it is almost an hour. And I don't wanna take up too much of your time. I could talk to you all night. But that is here. At some point because I'm a little it's still have remnants of insecurity because so so much. But now that I'm in a at a level and at a place where I can't know that I'm going to be able to employ myself any longer. I can't know that. And I've got to I think it would be the most honest of for me with my sister in relation to my family. And where I'm at that, you know to just really be true. What I what I find. What I find is that I've recently found that what's true, and what's real is not necessarily the same. And for me. What's true is live nature is true. What's real sometimes, we invented? And then there are business interests that build on it. And then it's difficult sometimes to find there's nothing there. But the we invented everything but not. Nature. We didn't invent live. Okay. I have your number in case, I need some help. Because as you could hear with my phone's now, I mean, I I it makes me nervous. You know? I mean for me to stay in one place and have to talk with anyone or with you. That's that's a little difficult. You know? Some animal will come up some dinosaur. Eight me, I appreciate you taking the time. This has been wonderful. And I hope we can do it again sometime that would be great God that's very optimistic. Thanks, Mike about look forward to it. If you follow through it will be great and sometime, maybe not often. I mean, I try not to be indulgent ever. But you know, you can call and say how you doing?.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"I knew that sterling knew that I knew that sterling knew that I knew that. I understood him that loved working with sterling Hayden. He was great. I I sometimes think about a category for the Academy Awards for. For a performances that were not as recognized in their time. And certainly sterling Hayden was was great. He was just great. This was before. Hey, did the godfather that scene of you and him on the beach when you're just having a conversation and drinking the activate that is just amazing. And was that on the page at all or you guys? Just yet. Yes. And that to where the camera is not only me moving. It's the making a circle around us. And we didn't even know how it could be edited. We could add it. But again, I mean, we work so well together and one, you know, and and it worked out, you know, it was just great the one of the things that's interesting when they when they put the picture on DVD, they have a picture of Philip Marlowe of Philip Marlowe walking out of the ocean there and at nine never had a gun in my hand. I didn't have a gun in my hand until the end of the picture where I pulled the trigger and they put a gun in my hand there and all these things, and I mean, I don't want to live with any kind of resentment. I don't wanna live with any kind of jaded discontentment. It is what it is. But there wasn't a gun in my hand. And I guess the people who were packaging the product. Put the gun in my hand, for whatever reason they thought was their their reason. But that's their business. You know, the pick you belongs to that. But we don't belong to them into that. Because I know there was such emphasis placed on the advertising campaign just the way that it was kind of a misfire initially, and then going to Jack Davidson having him do the second poster for it. Do you think that the poster affected things or was it just the timing or the locations where the film was being released? The film opened at the ground Chinese with an ad. That was rather a thorough typical of very flattering. I mean part of me was saying, oh, great. You know? I mean, I've got a smoking gun. I've got a cat. You know, a my shoulder. But that's not what the picture was about. And and when we opened Charles champlin who is the very. Significant of film critic here in Los Angeles. He almost buried the picture Casero people who were really angry and really. Upset that we had broken the mode of the character where I'm more of a jazz player. More of a doing it like a jazz artist, you know, somebody waking up out of time and place, and which is Bob open. And so they took the picture down. And then they reopened it in New York and never really thought or knew why why didn't they open it in New York to begin within. They did the mad magazine thing which I thought was also a bit. Extreme, you know? But I mean, again, very gratified and grateful that the picture has not only held up, but is in certain in some places recognized as something that's somewhat unique. I've read a lot of the notices from when it came out and one of the things that just kept coming back was Elliott Gould hasn't had a hit in a while. And just looking at that statement in twenty eighteen just seems bizarre to me because you had been in so many movies in nineteen seventy seventy one and even. Yeah. Seventy seventy one. No. I know exactly. I mean, I have this recall, you know, so I had been working within my Bergemann prior to the long goodbye. But in between touch thing Marburg picture. And the long goodbye, I attempted to start my own picture of for Warner Brothers and had a two picture deal. And the second picture was based on a book called a new live by Bernard malamud who wrote the natural. But I was not able to make started. And I mean, I acted very unprofessionally. But I couldn't comper from is. I thought I had earned a right and the privilege to to be in charge. I had already produced little murders..
"philip marlowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"And the way that that shot the whole thing of him in the booth, and then the cops outside and the way that the one black cop is talking to the white cop through the mirror, though. He he knows that the guy came here, but the ways call him like a honky son of a bitch. Just like, that's so nice. Because we we do have a lot when it comes to race and class when it comes to this film as we did with the other films as well. You know, there's no orientalist and here, but we do have Mexico as being this foreign land, and that really comes into place far as you know, the rules. Don't apply here in Mexico as they do in the states. Yeah. I think we go to just to get back to the initial seines. We're gonna give it shed after an can sense. And who does a terrific Stanwick impersonation as the God to the Melwood colony? And then he does Brennan in Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, as will that goes a lot necessarily do carry us through that part of the narrative. Nicely. A love of subversiveness to how he subverts like that the tropes we associate not just with a private -tective flex, but also specifically with Philip Marlowe flex there's always that serve Elisha cook junior character kind of following Marlow around kind of thing. And here you have that character played by this very dimwitted serve wanna be wise guy that that illegal tomorrow just doesn't even bother trying to like shake shake off his trail. He just walks up to them gives them the addresses where I'm going case. You lose me. You know, I kind of wondered where that guy came from. It felt like there was more to that relationship at times. And that's the thing with this movies at times, it feels like it's just being kind of held together. More by momentum than other things that Fred about, you know. We've heard like, oh, yeah. They're supposed to be opening bit with Philip Marlowe going to office building where there was Sam Spade. These other private at Texas working, and that I don't think ever really made it into the final cut. But there were other things that I read about like, oh, yeah, they're supposed to be more of a connecting seem between this and that and this other piece and this other piece and then all been cut them out right at the last minute. And it's like, okay. I can kinda see that. Because there are times where I'm just like, I'm not really sure how he just got from you know, point L two point. And so where's em in the middle of this? But it works. It all works for me. It almost adds that dream like nature. This move is just we're there with Marlowe on that sleepwalk some rumors rounded, Steve McQueen was gotta do a Hemi a Sam spied in a scene with mother. I heard he just showed up on set that day. But I wasn't sure. Yeah. Look to myself, but. Steve McQueen, take this out of the movie, I think he was an enormous star at the time and the having pumping the play another character would remind this is a movie and taking this out of the of Jody where on and we talked about the way that for mixing these different actors together to make this wonderful, Stu, I was very impressed with Nina van Pailin role. I thought that she did an interesting job of it. I don't know if she was great or good, but she definitely held my interest because I couldn't necessarily ever figure who out and I think that's the perfect kind of fen phen tall role where you never really know where the coming from. They really took her role in the from the book to a whole different place. You know, like she didn't melt murder, Sylvia Lennox. She doesn't murder Roger Wade. She's complicit in the crime because she and terrier still together..
"philip marlowe" Discussed on Night Call
"The hosts are amazing i'm so glad that you watched this is it all the woman who's like the main host she is so funny because she's just i saw and she she's uninhibited in her in her appreciation for architecture she's like she feels like she belongs on british bake off but she would be one of the contestants not a host yeah i think we all need things that kind of balance out the dark stuff because you can't just go all serial killers cults all the time sometimes you just have to watch a reality show out really extravagant homes oh wait speaking of homes you guys tests and us a home this week oh no emily sent always credit for this sorry i know that you're both looking it well all the time side i discover something on craigslist because i don't know why i'm looking at los angeles craigslist at midnight no no particular reason but i found a home i won't say where it is well okay it's hi dream home like i will say this i have a have a fantasy of owning one of these kind of midcentury homes millo like two bedroom some of them are like one bedroom homes someone compared it to megan davies obeys draper's crash pad it's it's sort of the vibe of philip marlowe department but it's not a part an apartment it's small but it's on the hill the price was suspiciously low but also so's all shows looked really.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on Filmspotting
"I really appreciate and then you touched on robert altman's the player was my number one and the long goodbye is one of those films that you almost can't even consider what that elliott gold film is a riff on philip marlowe outside of the context of all of its allusions the movie that uses the hooray for hollywood theme being reappropriated in different ways it's the only music that we ever hear on the soundtrack but in different versions and seeing this new version of mar low in this new modern day setting that ullman gives us it's just a brilliant film that is unto itself an allusion to classic cinema and the hardboiled detective now see you have these so many so many highbrow problema thoughtful references and here one of the first ones i came across and was tempted to bring in was richard dreyfuss at the beginning of piranha three d very clearly playing his character from jaws and and referencing the fact that he's never going back to the ocean again just before he gets devoured by shallow products only because i haven't seen parana three d so i'm i'm just the one who's got a touch i'd say you're missing out but no you're you're missing out on a joke that you can probably see on youtube right those are again our top five movie omayad is and that is our show we would love to hear from you if you have any comments about that top five or otherwise you can call three one two two six four zero seven four four.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"And how did you creatively breakthrough to rise up to meet the challenge of it i think as an editor i'll start they're the toughest scene is outside the laundromat at the end when she seen the tv footage and then there's the flashbacks and it was tough because i knew what happened in the movie and of course you know producers and everyone else working on the movie knew what happened and so to us it felt like we were going really really far in terms of like telegraphing what was like like the seems like pretty extreme or doing here because it was actually sition to explain yeah what what was happening and and we also played with like what the tv would say like how explicit i should say the tv is a green screen is not really playing what it's playing and we were playing with like how explicit it should be we're like no it has to be too far to say like police retract identity on body like and then we realized as we're showing it to people like we did a cut that was like weighed less information and people had like crazy theories about like like there was kind of fun to hear but like really close the crazy like maybe heather had a wax dummy made of herself and and and the police just were taking too long to figure out that it wasn't an actual human as she she wants wants to so that's in hollywood so it could happen and i was like okay this is obviously this is this is this is an issue here and but at the same time i didn't i wanted to feel like i could live with myself in terms of like letting people be able to process it and i always think about how raymond chandler talked about his writing and how he sometimes he didn't even know what was going on and it was so convoluted that like he wasn't sure he could follow the threads and but that for him that it's really important to not make it too obvious into like when you're in something like that like what if you're if you're philip marlowe like it is really hard to follow the threads and the motivations and so to kind of find find find a way to.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
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"philip marlowe" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"Who they are and what their role is and this idea of who is going to accept this child's into their own this child is gonna be hated by everybody but no low this particular group that's has david batista in its is going to you're welcome in which is not the guardians of the galaxy but very well might be it's going to welcome in this child and and now we're all going to figure out that we all have to follow this new what's new true journalist star right that they are guardian they are guardians of the alexy if they're just not the guardians of yes galaxy yes they are they are some guardians of a galaxy and if they don't say this because i'm saying this is like a proselytizing christian movie because it's not but at the same time it does speak to an idea about the world in which the world has saviors in which saviors are real and that is not the world of the first played under right that's not the out of large and that's that's the difference think in lord there are no saviors i mean you might get philip marlowe to come through and had beefed serve this avenging angel who has a conscience but he's not like the savior of the world and he has not he's not like people come to him with like oh man there's is really huge problem where we need to fix poverty in los angeles and like when need to cast off the bonds of oppression now it'll be like there is a disputed inheritance between me and my father we're both morally bankrupt which one of us are you going to grind next of the story by the way we're both lake sexual deviants and we're expecting the you know i don't know the whoever we employee and my call this sort of thing like yeah yeah.
"philip marlowe" Discussed on Bigmouth
"And so the question what would happen if you put labour and chambliss marlow into nazi germany now i think this is this is of this asked the question what would happen if be put philip marlowe inter wimol germany right say patently unlawful and author of an outright nazis is the campaign trail nazis a camera israel nazis and we've had some total fool not i mean i didn't really sort of enjoy the man in the highcaste legacy that it was quite well dumbly are founded unfathomable and sgb was will he wasn't nate was born as how i'm in it seemed to be on salute missions by nazis is bonus possibly don't really know how you can do that you had sought of the by supremacy you know this may sound a factual klassen encounter vat for what would have happened in the nazis had won the war what would have happened in britain yet and he there there is the banality of able but you don't want to be every what i'm hoping this will move to the plight slightly slice and come up with something that is these compelling and i'm also hoping that might be with this summer will get the by ideas finally finally dramatize in the bernie books because it's a legit so that babylon is starting on sky logic in october apparently babylon barreling cut you say babylon belly with anxiety hall mal what have you coffee pleasanton shutter there's a there's a series of videos put out by npr anne npr show coudl songs considered which is a very comic present marco polo recognised place can grigor podcast mcconnell range farm wide over the other musical landscape they do these flashes there be doing these video.