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"raymond burr" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"This. Gore. OV- luck. You. Yes. Sir. Xijin walked toward US along that line. Take a good look. Yes, sir. What is it captain? You didn't see Mr Lack is on nothing. We'll. Kevin. into. Quite a little doing on their part. A lot of doing Xijun. Go on Mr lack look again look close this time. The beads, the squaws are wearing their shells cartridges. Elemental. leinen canes, only their gun barrels the kids got arrowheads hanging from their belts and right along with them unlocks hammers. Humane. They took the guns apart they're wearing them. And if you're smart lack, you'll ask to get relieved from your job before they put them back together. Laramie is produced and directed by Norman macdonnell and stars Raymond Burr as Lee Quinn's captain of cavalry with Vic Perrin as Sergeant Gorgeous..
"raymond burr" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Magnified one hundred gold amazing mirrors. You know they were trying to like it was a keen call. Him Richard the windows a rip on. That was a giant flock in. God you're shocker theory. Like. Oh. My Way, but you never saw keying. would. They added again. On a couple of guerrillas around here and. He was in this. Who is that Perry Mason? For Nothing. What's his name? Raymond Burr I think his name. You've seen rear window. Yeah, yeah, he was the villain in rear window. Oh. All Right? He was also in his show Perry Mason where he played a lawyer. Every never lost a fucking case. I've heard the name is haven't seen the show Yeah Raymond. Burr, yeah, man, try do remake them. Yeah. He was also this dude Thank you dude Anna in a wheelchair. Call. It was it was a show ironside and see that ironside was the that's. Against Tarantino takes molly's plays and everybody just cool, because everybody's like Oh Shit Tarantino in. He invented this crazy sound. Do you remember? Do you remember in. which call it Kill Bill you. I think that's taken from. Really the beginning of either side. It was I like that sound action yeah. The the themes on ironside had. They should they couldn't show the guy getting shots did with graphics right? So. Let me just like that sound because it's always good to like. Emphasize some Shit's going to go down or something I always liked that. Yeah, let's see here. Yeah, I think that's what they got it from. The. IRONSIDE INTRO! Yeah. That's where they got that. That music from we think this. Is it right here? On New and I Gotcha, so it was about to lose it. Thank my have the wrong show, so forgive me. I could completely have the wrong show, but it's from a TV show. Sound..
"raymond burr" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"You get what I'm saying A. Did it for. Get Future Seasons so so nice if you. Own to focus on that part. Hopefully, people are listening at HBO. And they hear you rooting for a season to now I think you have to, but seriously like how can you? You one hundred percent going forward one hundred percent half to. Know, what's going on? Outside your window? You have to. If you're trying to write about anything I think you. Everything that's happening has to influence in impact that you have to look at. It doesn't have to I. Don't think about like you're not going to one thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, three, thirty, four, whatever you're not gonNA, make an argument about whether or not what does defunding the policemen and all that stuff? That's not going to matter, but you can absolutely talk about systemic racism. You can absolutely talk about how people are denied power how people are kept down. How. A system that set up for for justices is corrupted i. mean you can actually absolutely talk about a reality of today in terms of certain. Of the system, and how it works, and said it back then without making it necessarily back to what you said about a Trojan horse I don't think you sit down to write I'm going to read a story about about armone Aubrey or George Floyd being murdered right i. mean we see that outside? That's happening, but but how? What happens next? What are the? What are the things that are like for me like wrong? Saying here we are what ninety years later. Nothing's much changed right from what were the world were presenting in Perry Mason and obviously you can go way back further than nineteen thirty. To show it and then today, what's going on today I mean? It's the nothing's changed, but maybe today we finally have gone to the key to a point where we can talk about it in a different way and we can talk about. Something significance that just these little patches that seem to get thrown on every time. Something horrible happens. The Hood of the car is is open, right? Everybody can look inside now. And you'll find. There's going to be some thoughtful police there to your. There's GonNa be some hero cops admits. Admits. This great radical transformation that desperately needs to happen militarization, and all the and the historical prejudices, and you know how it is and PTSD for cops to all sorts of things you can do. To tell a way more. Nuanced and Complex, story. That's a great thing that, so that's only going to make those shows more interesting and and and vital. Is Is there a layer of cynicism that almost has to be big Din because the the Raymond Burr show not as cynical show. It's a it's a very much if we wait long enough eventually Raymond Burr is GonNa Save the day. Because Damnit, he's the good guy fighting the good fight. I'm not sure what you guys have crafted here. Has that same optimism about the system? You write about. These when you're looking at these reboots about anything, right, you're always trying to reflect the time in which they did. It would be impossible to do the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties. Version of that show now not that the fifties and sixties.
"raymond burr" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You have a nap today. Lisa or no. Yeah. Well, mother's day and have a chance. Yeah. But that's okay. We're doing like a forty five minute nap today. Well, you need one. I'm fine. I went over to my mom. My mom, and we had food over there and had credible cake. Incredible amazing for dinner, we had chicken, fried, chicken and coleslaw. And what else do we have? That about covers. I think you no there was there was ma- MAC and cheese as a MAC and cheese. I mean, it was really good thing was seeing my mom. My sister. My brother was there was great. Yeah. I know. All right. Well, we have a great western adventure now of fort Laramie adult western series asserted on CBS came to radio nineteen fifty-six. Raymond Burr starred as Lee quince. Now. Of course, we all know, Raymond, Burr's Ironside and also Perry Mason, but he played this character of Lee clint's, captain of the US cavalry on fort, Laramie. This was a show produced by the same guy who produced gunsmoke Norman macdonnell, it was very very realistic. I think you're gonna like the show. Let's go back to our Tober twenty eighth nineteen fifty-six. This is called army wife. Here's Raymond Burr part one of fort Laremy..
"raymond burr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Care for Perryman. Raymond Burr was. Six election. Trimmed back. Well that for those of us who don't pass or don't pass over how good temple and garner were spoil your Orange County princesses, particularly Juno temple who played the older sister. Ronnie. He's amazing. So she was I think Julie garner. We know from Ozark. Yes. I think what about watching this whole thing about their mom meeting. Someone sketchy falling in love getting married in two months. And then how immediately she lost herself in him and didn't believe in anything in herself anymore. And I think you know, I've known people have been catfish. We've had people call any Ben catfish? I was starting to get catfish. But I can see our can happen. Over the smartest. Most educated. Most. And I'm not saying, I'm one of them. But I'm just saying you can't believe how people can manipulate you in it. I think it happens most it over love over relationship. Anyway, it was just it's very very good. And then I thought true detective we all watched they aired to episodes back to back. But we all just watched the first episode. Totally. Yes, I wanted to watch the second one. But it was too close to work. I mean, the ending of the first one was like what? Right. And apparently to detective season three there's this documentary. If you guys ever heard of this documentary called paradise lost the child murders that Robin Hood hills. No, I've never heard of it. It's about a triple murder in Arkansas charge two teenagers later known as the west Memphis three. I've heard of that. Yeah. And it anyway, apparently the documentary and the two sequels. This season of true detective is taking a nod from some of the things that we saw that documentary the over the helicopter in the heavily wooded areas. So people are kind of. You know, it's in this white poverty stricken community kids. Go missing Arkansas in Arkansas. Yeah. So I thought it was really good commercial Ali is having a very good year. Yes, he is. And you know. We saw some Johnny, isn't it? We haven't seen closer. Gosh. Casey's? Like, I wanna have this put. Caption, all three watch. He said I can't understand the southern accent. Oh. Turn on. I know what it's like you couldn't understand. I gotta be honest with you Laurie. I watch probably seventy percent of shows in closed caption because you like to help you understand it if. No. I'd helps me here at you. Sometimes I just don't pick up enough of the dialogue in with these kind of limited series. There's so much clipping along. I like to hear the words to the music picks. The music is a plot. You know, part of the platinum and so when you can read the words of the music the lyrics. Yeah. I really like it. That's kind of how I roll these days. Well, that's good. Letting us know that you're reading and listening. And ironing and sewing sewing things. Oh, man. And then this is a reminder on FOX night the passage Justin Cronin. If you read his any of his trilogy. This was the opening book. Here's the review give it to FOX. The passage is the scifi epic broadcast TV deserves oh one of the best shows this winter's combines vampires a global pandemic Desmond from lush. Yeah. Precocious kids shootouts with the government of conspiracy theory death, row inmates and Mark Pau Gasol burly arms and love him. Stars. Really? Yeah. Justin gave it. I believe it is on at eight o'clock time. So yes, it's it's a lot of plot. Apparently for the forty three miss episode of the forty three minute episode. But the creator of the show who also. Did Friday night lights. Oh, wow. Aptly threads the needle on the passage. So if you're looking for a like fi or if you read the book the Justin Cronin loved the book. Those of you who finished it. Yeah. They're calling this one of the best shows that we're going to get this winter. Wow. Eight o'clock central. Yeah. No, I knew that. Yeah. So anyway, there's a lot of good people in to go out. You can just stay.
"raymond burr" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dramas and Fangoria dread. Time stories and you were in my bible projects. Yes, you are a radio drama. Actress that's true. So I hope that the powers that be that talent. Yeah. Yes. My body's just losing talent xactly sort of like the wild route cream oil. Off your hair. That's right. And speaking of while route cream oil this suspense has quite a few commercials. We left in there and they're fun because nineteen fifty eight. There was kind of singing fun commercials like fit shampoo and script. Oh, pens. There's a Tom's commercial coming up. There was four way cold tablets, you know, by the nineteen fifties. It wasn't one sponsor anymore. Johnson's wax was the sponsor of your Lucky Strike, or whatever it was. But by the fifties, they were like, well, one sponsor can't afford to do this anymore. We need four or five sponsors like watch TV. Now. Then there's nine trillion commercials are now we have to fast forward. Yes. Way DVR. I like DVR you that. Yes. There's some things I can I can I can use. It's good. And I I'm believing now for a long long time. I believe that apps were were a conspiracy. But now, I do believe they are they're real. I didn't believe they were real. Oh, that's because you're starting to appreciate some of the things that you can do with that technology. I have to apps on my phone. I know actually. One is spothero. I can actually use that. Yes. We park. And then I have got Uber Uber, and I can actually use that. And then of course, I have our old time radio app. We have an app, right? So I have three apps Curtis's clapping his hands. I have three apps on my phone, and you know, what they actually work as I guess you can use. Do you go to target Carl? You can get the target app, and you can save a lot of money. Ashley I like target. I know targets will happen. And I say it's called cartwheel can do a cartwheel. I would like to see that. I will I'll do it. And you can film it and we can play it on a what do you call that? Facetime live. What is it called? Yeah. Was no defense. Nobody's interested in seeing that or not I think some of our listeners would like to see me do a car wheel. I can do a perfect car wheel gymnast that was a long time. I can still do a cartwheel. I can stand on my I can walk on my hands really can walk out of my hands. We'll have to we'll have to just picture. Proud of that very good at picturing things that are by. I can walk on my hands. And I could do a perfect you're still strong. Yeah. All right. We are listening to suspense with Raymond Burr. Let's go back to December twenty first nineteen fifty eight for the conclusion now of out for Christmas on suspense, holiday hustle. Make you queasy stomach nervous and on easy. Then you know, about.
"raymond burr" Discussed on X96
"Yeah oh so i've talked before about how our retirement plan is christmas tree form talk to four in portland around portland in oregon washington area and we're getting closer to actually pulling the trigger and doing it you know you've talked about that a lot so when i met the sky this is just an i'll let you go on i met this guy and i said to him he said i'm a farmer in portland and i said oh christmas trees and he looked at me like i was crazy so nobody farms christmas trees and he went no no so we we found a spot actually in washington where we decided to go looks we flipped to portland it's much better for christmas trees trove to this place called raymond washington and found this beautiful piece of property named after raymond burr maybe and we're walking along the property and how this is this is great it's beautiful and and there's a river running through it and right and there is this giant old stump there and i think that dylan has a picture of it it ex six dot com slash live i put it on my various social media's if you wanna look at it a giant stump riddled with bullets shoot stop sure you gotta shoot a something and somebody had a little mike damp set up there like had woodpile and i mean it was a neat tidy little you know it's the person that owns the or could be somebody squatting prop right there it is x ninety six dot com slash life i don't see any bullets they're they're a bunch of little holes in it i don't see them all over it and you can kind of see what's left of a target there but but this this makes joe want this property even more is like we've already got a shooting stone well don't have to find our own schouten stump there's already one here that get in the way the christmas trees well it's it's it's it's many acres so this will be shooting part of i hate to tell you this but you can get a shooting stump on amazon yup right now if you want so we're excited so we drive into we're like okay well one of the things we want as we hope there's a little town.
"raymond burr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Still doing anything particularly interesting she aiming alone vote after tv but behind me on my own cheap i could thelma liquor in the movie chiding jimmy stewart appearing it's raymond burr's flat she that uh a powerplay thing i can no trouble right here in the parliament you look i thought you see something you shouldn't trouble and when i look back at a screen she was glaring at me and i thought how funny that sixty years on doing exactly what he did any 1954 voyeurism die hard and then the story just took root and took shape so do you want to give people the sat up on the story two of the women out of wind down so here's the elevator pick a woman in the winter with great thickly rear window for the twentyfirst century hurler win formerly a cow the call it if not with the goal of folks she's being rendered how down by some unspecified trauma in her path that we dealt with the help of this problem without twothirds of the way through the novel one day while buying on some new neighbours she witnessed at what she believes to be an act the violence but being a kobe keep had put out by to investigate north she persuade anyone including the police to believe her at apply practice she starts question whether she saw anything at all to that's the that's the fed up and ag were curie is um as far as like the move the i mean how quickly i mean was there a bidding war for this book because they feel like the first person you sent it too must have jumped on but may maybe not maybe you got turned down hill it thumb it happened very very quickly and organically we didn't actually the the manuscript movie studios they got their hands on it after an editor thumb editor.
"raymond burr" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The show and this this would be i think you would enjoy this too roger why don't you once an hour ask me with with a completely without my knowledge curry a true a classic radio trivia question i could do that yeah she's roger noses classic radio let's see isis without me let's put it this way i have forgotten board than i remember i'll be honest with yeah when i was teaching yeah i could remember everything but since i've been out of the classroom frightful four years now since he would drake roma winds all eyes hair back in the day we a word didn't different radio shell here in chicago and we used to have any segment called stumped the host okay so that was exactly that and so i would come in with a whole series of questions as dumped the hosts now if he if he knew the answer then all's well with the world and if you didn't know the answer that it was a lousy question i see so just wait a minute you know that knows know the answer is going to say roger they're not really fair question order are you why why would that there are question doesn't even mary here's here's what we'll do it you'll have let's do one in the next half of the lira after the news yorker and come back from the news it at the bottom of the hour find a trivia question and asked me and then then we'll see let's try it okay all right hook but right now we have two were we have to play our celebrity uh scoop contests um this hour it is fort laremy with raymond burr and it's brought to you by cats pride as far celebrities the old this actor stars and the upcoming film the predator a remake of the 1987 scifi film or editor really moller making a remake of their love that movie argued i loves his an actor as well yeah he's great all right so you will win a twilight zone cd set the number to call.
"raymond burr" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Stewart for peering across the courtyard into raymond burr's apartment now i hear and if the pie you hear lay and you get to looking at the win this season's you shouldn't say trouble and i thought to myself how funny got in 1954 jimmy stewardess spying on its neighbours and i'm doing the exact same thing sixty years later and just like that an idea first story presented itself and striding towards that story from another corner of my brain was this character who had struggled as i had struggled with mental health issues and whose grief seemed comparable to mine in intensity although the circumstances were very different from my own that character is anna fox she suffers from a a phobia gets panic is she even feels the air outside her front door she was once a respected child sakala just but she has withdrawn from her profession and indeed from the world in the wake of some sort of trauma and we don't learn the details of that trauma until about two thirds of the way through the book she does try to occupy herself as best she can she learns french she counsels fellow agora forbes through a digital forum and she watches old films they form a sort of soundtrack to her life she also drinks a lot of red wine which he mixes recklessly with her meds and he spent a great deal of time spying on her neighbors with a long lens camera one day when her mind is especially foggy she's watching dark passage as humphrey bogart is going under anesthesia rugged regime shot through freeze your creche mouth closure are at an unmanned aesthetic youth defend the launched more as the film plays anna looks in her neighbors window and thinks she sees a murder the victim is a woman who has befriended anna but no one believes anna ever met her much less sarget stabbed to death the murder is only one of the mysteries that will keep readers guessing mallory takes his time revealing why anna is so traumatized and she cannot leave her house what i can say about this particular dimension of.
"raymond burr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Into raymond burr's apartment now hamill right here in the pipeline you may hear leg than you get the looking at the win this thing you shouldn't say trouble and i thought to myself how funny got in 1954 jimmy stewardess spying on its neighbours and i'm doing the exact same thing sixty years later and just like that an idea for a story presented itself and striding towards that story from another corner of my brain was this character who had struggled as i had struggled with mental health issues and whose grief seemed comparable to mine in intense the although the circumstances were very different from my own that character is anna fox she suffers from a gore a phobia gets panic if she even feels the air outside her front door she was once a respected child's the colleges but she has withdrawn from her profession and indeed from the world in the wake of some sort of trauma and we don't learn the details of that trauma until about two thirds of the way through the book she does try to occupy herself as best she can she learns french she counsels fellow agora forbes through a digital forum and she watches old films they form a sort of sound track to her life she also drinks a lot of red wine which she mixes recklessly with her meds and she spent a great deal of time spying on her neighbors with a long lens camera one day when her mind is especially foggy is watching dark passage as humphrey bogart is going under anesthesia renegade racial shots through your crash now john closure i i understand used in the last war as the film plays anna looks in her neighbors window and thinks she sees a murder the victim is a woman who has befriended anna but no one believes anna ever met her much less sarget stabbed to death the murder is only one of the mysteries that will keep readers guessing mallory takes his time revealing why anna is so traumatized that she cannot leave her house what i can say about this particular dimension of the book is that i consider.
"raymond burr" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The holidays and raymond burr's regions essay say out take time there were arrears and dove to france darren criss says being how do even at milnet oster store it sounds like being a little a little thing in a crowd of lying bring in family he did all those christmas branch was a drag out all the kids hey here's cancun bringing out my boys demoted they would always appear they were it was always those cardboard setzer all right and it'd be sitting out higher and higher platform other it'd be someone who that'd be a step up to another platforms like the ottomans christmas right it was it was a film them in the same studio they're also chin seed iva throw some big swede we have to add one more soundbite to our end of the year soundbite against yes one more soundbite this is general john kelly when he walked into the briefing room to address the press poor these young men and women are the best one percent this country produces most of you as americans don't know them many of you don't know anyone who knows any and one of them but they are the very best his country produces and they volunteer to protect our country when there is nothing in our country anymore but seems to suggest that selfless service to the nation is not only appropriate but required eight five five forty laura trump taking down a kosta of cnn is fake news general kelly the woman's march spicer nancy pelosi losing her way without an audio system because there's some of the sound bites of the year you pick one eight five five forty laura we should go to the phones all right let's go to the phones real versus fake christmas tree and the sound bite contest rehman claims that real trees holds allergens and within the arbor insects rodents might and you see in the war in the cool weather they stay in the tree when you take them into your living room when it's warm the.
"raymond burr" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Make a difference six steve threatened in and dog hold on a second everybody on the steve dole upon chassis and i'm pretty good a fake thought film moon metformin sign up now a dolled dot com now more from steve doll you dig have cool it is a tonight it's the magic add bowls uh we're going to make it seminar the road town seveninarow let's do it steve cashless pregame starts at six thirty chuck and bill with the call at six pm that's when the tip off his the orlando magic at balls tonight on the home four chicago bulls basketball wlsam 890 we'll look at which you've got an all right now are how what a kuwaiti day stay put okay so i am preempting not preempting a moving this day in history to after the the next break because i was talking during the last segments talking about tom fair sitting on the curve in front of the century plaza raymond burr steps by gives them a business cars as have growth of yardwork to give it looking for in a job a munich as he hit a ghanem rojo yeah totally totally no and um so i we talked about that i talked about that whatever and although rare still alive and i think not he was not out um so we can be careful yeah and so one of the things that i that i would play is this cut that i uh i have i found it from the credibility gap and it's this just because two men get together in the evening put on bathrobes and frap a couple of state is no reason the column sick so i would play in ah and that somehow give matthews get is it wrong mmhmm from that adding a kind of a raymond burr impression to it right and that's the genius of kim matthew hayden put like i said mike pottery barn at put everything in the box and then he assembles idea you but that's where now you can see sort of a causal nexus their correct yes i've never that phrase before causal nexus those my uh as the salama used to go to uh get a ninth on was yeah yeah well it's you could see a lineage yes mm all right and then also i found this hello i thought you are adequate.
"raymond burr" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"The mauden was the smoothest man i've ever met and i love the way he would tough his handkerchief in his in his pocket up there and he was so sweet to everybody and he was just you know if i was gonna become gay i wanna be gay with the amman i i love that aid and and i ended up a dating dean's maun deanamh on for long or your data dean's daughter that's right yes in the book yeltsin book bob how about another name we can throw at you raymond burr whose you did a bunch of episodes of iron side and then you and you in jessica spun off into amy prentice exactly but raymond burr was strange guy because she never got zia he did all his work without any of the guest act that in a single all the time and he read it off a sean i member one day i went in but he never work with the act he did all his stuff new etiquette up with a some contract player who would read his lines in the nude act that way when he was in the same while he had the cushier job because i heard the whole reason they wrote in a wheelchair was because he didn't wanna stand he wanted a sick so they made a character in a wheelchair right he got very heavy he was on the critical as the jenny craig n and giant cue cards and yeah that was a cushy job for him you seem like a strange largely it was with either the best part i ever i i really admired him in that up real window yaseen stood yes slain the killer you're an owing gig young oh you did the you did they shoot horses don't they they shoot horses limit most of them have so many friends from that show that stayed with me from the time i did it including the appreciation i got from sydney pollack who directed the movie mmhmm and uh.
"raymond burr" Discussed on WLOB
"There i think i don't know how many not very many but but they're getting older disster i i i crave of that the right thing will be done uh if we do get in a world war with them you're you're right you guys were saying it right you know we return a radically with what we have we can a radical north korea and maybe that'll happen uh but but i have very mixed feelings award our award our enemy to be to be beaten uh because it is terrible what they're doing in this in this world of ours but i i want the people up there who are innocent who were trying to work god who are not at war captive in a way but but there but they don't fall in line with the political garbage which going on up there so anyway i worry about oh palaver no no no girl it's good to hear it you've been there you've been there you've done on that you as i mean you saying that you saw these people you looked into their eyes and solve vacant i mean that's what happens when you have a godless society yep yep and they're they're controlled by monsters the i guess um the it was a hit it lifted an awful awful heavy feeling in my heart when i left there i said you know we're we're we're we've got an enemy air there that up we just can't take for granted and it still is true many years later you practice it's gone back to a heavy issue again you know these years later it really is heavy today so our prayers are with raymond burr's or with your thank you for it you know what you folks do an illuminating what's going on we appreciate that were much and just keep it upgrade we always appreciate hearing from you carnal in you know your experience in the military and specifically in that region on the world it's nice to hear your insights no could ray god bless you now you as well colonel is always colonel maher bilberry the chaplin who served in korea we always think he's william christopher because no matter shen no anyway mary too hot lips houlahan urged and it's true his wife is a nurse than you know there's a lot of connection there so but we always appreciate.
"raymond burr" Discussed on The Read
"Because i thought when i gave me this money them in nobody was ever gold find out about this ernst tribune no you giving me this money method i was gonna lead you're the asked the fuck alone and scratch on a beach somewhere year oh i didn't say nothing about keeping all secret says he doesn't twelve is a couple years i guess after he got divorced or lease after raymond versus raymond came out so what's raymond burr's rumors remain is the them he put out about human make divorce right after he loves gary langer remembers his name in court papers every mahamat after confessions blerta me uh with us real confessions was such a huge moment but i remember remember sarim because i was really highly anticipating it and then did not end up loving it as much but this time line is who you know was more devastating than the harpies sunny factor his hair carly looks like it has argued as well osher attends the more devastating to me i mean drama forget forgoing let's off to say 'but a read in la forty vanyur amazing guerrillaheld of a beverly hilton hotel earlier this year with this looking like a oto beckham tub so while you sleep in which a home girls ex husband i guess that's where my question lies now like this girl who got paid the one point one million who was also a bridesmaid into me cause way like why why are you doing that why you sleep in with your girl your friend or whatever like clearly of a close you in her fucking wedding why you now sleep aware has been i don't get that what happened to me half herp.
"raymond burr" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"Pretty extensive collection of these films including some pretty obscure once you get started right oh absolutely yeah i gotta be get parent right so i don't know that they're going to like monsters when they grow up with their sugar to be educated about themselves but why the uh what are the things that are really interesting though as we had the good opportunity to go see the original i am going to call it go jira uh with one of mind that's one of my pet right arthur explain outcomes are uh i said before when i mentioned that was one of my pet peeve will but i was referring to was the ah the pronunciation of godzilla's japanese name thom because everybody always says a go jura but that that's not correct its of its go jira with the accent on the go rather than the jura a the word go jura was made from the the japanese words a gordeeva a guerrilla and coup jira which is well so god's will go jitters little literally a guerrilla wale the original japanese version not the american released was quite different the american release and i'm sure you guys can talk about this a more accurately bright the american release was heavily edited and inserted raymond burr who was near involve a principal filming any way riot gear his character he wore a what was just not a part of the original story and the emir conversion if you ever get it she has to compare to the actual japanese version is is a watereddown mass it's a mess it's just ridiculous and and the originally i found in meat again i'll let you guys talk about your thoughts on a bit it i found it to be an incredibly serious film in not at all the sort of silly.