2 Burst results for "Richard Merryman"
"richard merryman" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe
"Every once in a while a media flashes through the skies and falls into the fortunately for us the ball of fire we have is I guess miss the Ocean Atlanta that's Funny Center Fox so I give you the two most deciding words in the modern seven pills becker until several people that comment that she just made say goodbye to everybody why she saying the by welcome depart eight of the killing of Marilyn Monroe. I'm your host Jackie Moran in this episode we will focus on the events of August Fourth Nineteen Sixty two the nightmare Arlen died exactly what happened that Saturday evening has been the subject of nearly six decades of conjecture conspiracy an alleged cover-up but for the moment we're going to try to stick to the official version of events whether the official version is also the true version will be up to you to decide a nine round it's a pleasure meeting Marilyn Monroe had spent the last day of her life at home on filling Dr Brentwood near Beverly Hills Los Angeles breath to say the preceding weeks had been eventful would be an understatement she had started shooting something's got to give with Dean Martin and within months had been fired from that same movie but ultimately they fired her they actually fired her right after her thirty sixth birthday and then weeks later not only forced the studio to Rehire her but to do so on improved terms she just signed the new contract with twentieth century they were going to lose zone filming something again she's got more money like she is she still had problems with dependence on drink and drugs but finally after years during which she had lost her hi something like the old Maryland was back Maryland seems life someone who was in August of nineteen sixty you putting her life back together she had gotten her health back together Twentieth Century Fox was going to take back finish something's gotTa give there was another movie laid out she signed a two picture deal there was so much she had looking forward to in her life she is planning for many many things time for death she was not particularly depressed at this point in her life but she was unfortunately given a lot of drugs which was very typical a lot of stars of that era in her final interview with Life Magazine Editor Richard Merryman she sounded excited and upbeat.
"richard merryman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"I we had already done. I think we had done everything you always wanted to know about sex was afraid to ask within four Woody Allen, you'll notice the production. Entities. Rollins Joffe brought skin Gould, my late ex partner was Jack Brodsky and who knew Dave. Vid Rubin who wrote the sex book. But I I went way too far and also didn't have the right director. And I didn't know how to compromise. And I had to find out for myself. What would the consequences be because I knew what I wanted to do that picture which was called a at the time. What happened was that it evolved into what's up, doc? But like I said earlier, no hard feelings can't afford to have regrets. I mean in terms of James Joyce's quarters. Having said that a man of genius makes no mistakes is are bullish. You know? And are the portals to discovery to find out what this is all about. It's all about time and money in business. And I had also also mean, you know, certainly wasn't real realistic paid for a for a dearly. But I've always been in good, faith and not knowing that. I couldn't understand this world this business in this world. You know, I guess it's just strange that you had been in touch in little mermaid well little murders. Little Mer came from. Aw comes from with a touch. I mean, I recently read something that said that Bergman was quoted as having said that I was difficult to work with the not only was that not true. But he went on record on decabdes show. 'cause we expected me this was this this pre- this is pre the longer by. And you know, the niece that I'm a total team player. And I know ego in this. I'm just one of us. I don't care. You know, who anyone is? And so, you know, I mean that was because Bergman no, the the one of the last things he said, and we talked again even saw him again Ingmar he said to me when I was finishing up work in in Stockholm is when you direct he said, and you will direct. He said you mustn't act and. No matter who's doing it or who's done it. You'll know what I mean. And I thought you know, if you know what's going on in America. And this was this was in the seventies. But it's always it's like it's like the song longer by. You know, what happens every day? This was the only way I could get here. And I had no plans. I mean my goodness. I mean, I I remember the my my long term memory is really good. But then in terms of how I structure my as Bob lawmen say my verbiage, my language to express it. I can do better. Sometimes I think maybe do I wanna teach your course someplace where what am I gonna? What would I teach stardom? I thought that would be something good every like slow sly family stone. Everybody is a star. What was that experience? Like doing the touch. I mean, working with max and BB Anderson must've been just amazing in Bergman and spend new Kristen the entire unit to eighteen people that he made us films with, you know, so I say when when Ingmar was quoted as saying that, but at this point damar no longer living. So I couldn't, but, you know, saying Moore, I, you know, you you so generous to me so good to me. And you you chose me to play your part, you know, and, but I I mean, so I wasn't difficult to work with. But my I was impossible to do business with and the reason I was impossible to do business with is that I didn't. Understand myself. And and all I care about is the family that's everything to me. That's why I work. That's what I stay in the world to make a living for the family. You give them an opportunity to wake up, you know. And and so it would have been so irresponsible if I was doing business outside, and and not a and not understanding myself. It's not about me. You know, it's always about us. So a guy had done an article for life magazine. His name was Richard Merryman. And he had done an article on Charlie Chaplin a major for life..