19 Burst results for "Rick Baker"

"rick baker" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

04:41 min | Last month

"rick baker" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"To cover. It's horrible mutant face designed by rick baker. Indeed yeah you know. And i guess they're trying to create You know An allegory between the monster. In this film and frankenstein. But you know as far as i knew frankenstein wanted a partner for life. He didn't want to get off really quickly. With hidden in have giant hands with claws on the end of he didn't have laws he can't help us. Laws that rip and rip and rip and boy did they rip dave. Rio garcia ribbon. Be ribbon do love. This whole this whole scene that happens with with ritchie gets pulled up in the rams. I just love how every time something happens is when all the fucking animatronic little monster things they all start going off as like a greek going.

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"rick baker" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:36 min | 3 months ago

"rick baker" Discussed on Double Toasted

"It's the eyes of tammy faye starting Just gets chastain andrew garfield. He's about ten bigger man. I kind of like ma'am go versa. That sounds seven. Sounds kinda groovy man. My theater down the road gateway again harbor not might be able to use e. g. together make up on her face only rick baker because we start crying grind less. I don't know man tonight. That movie was long. I just met. Listen because y'all think i'm just trying to do movies. That get us pay. I am but i mean. Let's let's not allowed. But i do miss going to see smaller films independent movies. I'm i'm busy than ever. I just got too much now. There's too much assistance. I have an assistant. I do have an assistant who was also an assistant slash production assistant. So we'll see. This is different though. Because you've got to you got to go to theater now and that's just sitting there being to do anything else but you sitting watching the film instead of send you a screener you go put this movie on but let me do this at the same time. I'm watching what i'm saying like you know you sit there and watch. You can't do anything else. I'll be honest man upstairs thinking about hiring any just like bay part-time just hiring like a personal assistant. You needed that for so long. I i really am thinking about hiring somebody in college or something. You know that won't be like a fulltime job. Part time job. But i i i'm seriously thinking about. I didn't wanna do it because it's almost been money but also. It just sounds egotistical. Well am i personally. Don't be like my brother man. He can't keep one really. Yes i mean you get the nicest people who okay but you pay me. I look. I'm telling you because. I feel bad about it because i need somebody to like this. It's small things man. Like i go out like today. I didn't go. i went all day without eating man. You always do that. Everybody who knows you says you can't return messages. Means you need a person. You have an agent but you don't have a personal assistant. Yeah and see. That's another thing. I always say agents. I'm not describe it. That ain't something like you know like hollywood. That's something where i worked with this person for Well no it's it's a. It's an agent representations. She worked with her before when she was at this other place broadband tv in. She was my she was my my rep there. But then she moved on and where she works at a place as an actual agency and she says you agent for a while. And i'm i am doing agent work. She said list. Lemme just. Let's just keep this relationship. going around. Belong brought dark hair. Oh you home lacks eric's eric. That is a girl that worked with eric. But that's not her. Alex and she said yeah. Let me just agent in you know. Let me get you. You know some deals and in the fucking bookie things and we'll do that and yeah so it's a. I got a production assistant. That's kevin king. So he helps out a lot. He's awesome. He's a great person but now i hate saying this. I need somebody who grabbed lunch. My brother my brother. This isn't like like books of flights. There's all this stuff stuff. He really does not have time to do doug. I was joking before but like literally every little thing like that not getting lunch. He travels too much brought that but cattle changes that you'll be like you. We all have he does. He never gets them to fly bitty books so she. He's writing moving around the money thing and that kind of stuff. So yes and don't look. I'm not big hollywood like some negative thing. That's that's like jersey thinking what you get you better than me. Be fancy fancy you on library you you got a business you wanna handled efficiently and you don't want people feeling like i can't deal with this guy. Yes no no. That is true. that is true. I'll tell you well look at it. If anybody tell you what anybody anybody here in texas who thinks they want to do something like this. If you are in that position let me know. Because i'm actually looking look seriously looking into it at this gym julia going to get so shit. Too young man talker.

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"rick baker" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

05:37 min | 5 months ago

"rick baker" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Parsons Smoking a stogie over a big papi says fasting and scrambled egg. Yeah and muttering obscenities about how she hates kids. Yeah okay now wait a minute wait a hot fucking minute. There is a still in the images on imdb Hot chili okay. Of i assume the main character behind a woman playing an oboe. Yes and she's naked. Have seen that picture in relation to something else. Oh have we. Do you know who. I know why this is a serious question. I don't know maybe because we came across this probably with taffy o'connell who is in galaxy of terror Ha ha menachem. I think you've that's that's going to be our eureka from now on. Okay also want to point out. The hot chili was directed by william sachs who also directed the incredible melting man. Okay was one of Believe that's wanna stand winstons. i Makeup credits. I'm almost positive. Let just give you could say real quick quick. Google search rick baker rob now. Okay yes that's us wrigley okay. I'm sorry you got all these guys in head edit all that oh that winnower. It really didn't so. I was looking at other stuff trying to to find something to watch. And that's what led me down a path of watching three movies. So far for possibly next week's. I'm gonna keep teasing this that we're going to be doing this mini marathon one week where they were just doing whatever that hopefully it it pertains to summer because we mean to lay some groundwork for waga think the elements of what. We're trying to describe here obviously bubis. I've came right out and said bubis dumplings fun bags. Bongos bazookas melons lady lumps heard him called pontoons. Before i think that's more of the particular shape potatoes. We were called shirt potatoes. I don't donna sweater. Muffins coconut s. that's good. How many can we name. I wonder i could go on and on tune in next week when we continue this conversation about. Have you ever heard the term blubber nuggets of probably my favorite one. Did you just happen to google. Search other. names ford tits now. I don't think you mentioned a tent. Right i mean that seems yes. We know tits So would you say. Sand is a component that has to be in the ingredient. You mean just that would encompass a summer flick. yes i guess. Not if you wanted to do summer school right. I mean they do go to. The dad doesn't miss. Well i think they go to the beach Also up the creek not a lot of sand but they are there on the wall or they're on a rare. I guess i watched a river movie. I watching it yesterday. Okay and i can't wait to talk to you about it. says it. Has some real familiar faces to us but kind of an odd one Yeah 'cause up. The creek is like the only one i can think of. It was a made for tv movie. And you know it had the when they would cut to a commercial as usually a still frame of the person action like they were getting ready to do something right and he just still framed on their face. Yeah yup that's the level. I math right like like martin..

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Hollywood Monsters  with Mallory OMeara

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

06:01 min | 10 months ago

Hollywood Monsters with Mallory OMeara

"History is written by the winners by men early editors of science fiction anthologies choice to exclude by women and in doing so made many believe that women did not write science fiction in the genres earliest years. This is just one example. And by no. Means the only one mallory mira self-confessed monster lava and film. Ned discovered a similar story in one of her favourite monsters. Millicent patrick was one of disney's earliest female animators and went on to design one of the greatest film monsters of the creature from the black lagoon but a jealous smell. Coworker ensured that there was no prestigious career. A rating millicent. Mallory decided to set the record straight in her book. The lady from the black lagoon. Hollywood monsters and the lost legacy of millicent. Patrick and reestablish. Millicent of monster design mallory. Thank you for joining us. But before we get stuck into things would you please introduce yourself to our listeners. high Yeah thank you so much for having the ottoman cited to to talk about this with you. Three i m author of lady from the black lagoon an fulltime author. And i'm also fellow podcasters. I host the show reading glasses every week with my friend. brea grant. what did you hope to achieve by. Unearthing the story of million patrick and setting the record straight about her contribution to monster design. Well a few things honestly the impetus behind me working on in in writing from the black lagoon was just i wanted to know. Millicent has been my hero. Since i was a teenager and i wanted to satisfy my own personal curiosity i found out about her when i was seventeen and it just seemed creature from the black lagoon like nobody even knew if she was still alive. She didn't have a website. She didn't have a wikipedia entry. Nothing about her online. So i personally just really really wanted to know at as i started digging into her life and her work and in this book i i also just. I wanted people to know that we've always been here. You know i. I actually started working on this book before the metoo movement happened and while i think it's amazing that there's such a huge push right now to get more women in front of the camera behind the camera writing doing everything women everywhere in cosigned for me but i also think it's really important to have people know that women have always been here. We have a legacy here and millicent. Patrick is proof. That and if i could only unearth her story and bring it to the world than i could could prove it is funny. You say that. Because i remember i was a massive star trek fan still but i remember in high school being completely obsessed with original series star trek and then discovering that d c fontana was a woman and i was like women have been there from the beginning. We right star trek. Yeah so i. I definitely can get on board with excitement. It changes everything. I mean finding out that a woman who designed this incredible monster that i became completely obsessed with it changed my life. It made me realize up until that point all of my heroes in the monster world. Where met you know tom. Savini rick baker. Dick smith jack pierce. It never even occurred to me that women did those things and seeing just one single photo of seeing a woman working on the creature from the black lagoon. It broke my brain open. It was like being struck by lightning. And it you can. You can make a direct line from that moment in time in front of my computer. Seven seventeen to me becoming a filmmaker later on up reading a bit about medicine on. You mentioned that you back. Then she didn't have a wikipedia entry. She does have one now on your on it as well. Yes i mean we're competing is basically all from the bottom up until that point there was no there was really no biographical information about her and the stuff that was out there was largely false Sometimes because of Militants own she liked to fabricate biographical information about which was very fun for me to deal with as biographer But it's now now actually people who she is and she has a wikipedia. Entry people You google tons of stuff comes up. It's really it makes me really really happy. So how did she become raised from history in the first ice so the her boss at the universal studios monster shop and she worked there in the early nineteen fifties was a man named bud west more and he was part of a very very famous big family of makeup artist. The west morris His father actually. George west was the man who invented the idea of a makeup department so they were huge. Deal in hollywood at the time he had a massive amount of power and influence not just at universal but in the film world is a whole unfortunately he was also known for taking people's credit being very jealous of the other artists that worked with him if they were more successful or more talented than he was which wasn't hard to do And she designed creature and they shot the movie and it became very clear that the movie was going to be a huge hit. They the universal studios publicity department wanted to send millicent on a press tour to promote it and up until that point in history know in the fifties. There was no twitter. There was no. Imdb there is no way for people to really look into the details of of credits on films. You know back then. There was no like ten minutes end. Crawl at the end of a movie like we get now. There was only like these cards that gave the heads of department Credit for the things that they did so no matter. What but didn't design at on a movie increase in the credits creature. It says makeup. Bud west more So he never was challenged. People always just assume that he designed everything that came out of his shop

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"rick baker" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"rick baker" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"I have to go to zoos and work with a very rick baker very famous Guy makes core stuff like you know monsters and stuff and work it out. Originally she was to have four boobs. It mentioned for for folks who don't know because of the people who might not recognize you just yet and they're hearing four boobs. Omg but my name. Is mary in in total. Recall if you went to get popcorn. You've missed me. But i was very of a role that you wouldn't forget it. Three breasted mutant hooker on mars Opened up her shirt and should've said got milk. I don't even remember the lines. Were so few but originally Probably two to three weeks of creating that prosthetic piece and it started at my neck and they blended in with my neck and it went all the way down below my belly. It was entire so that it looked like natural boobs. I would open up my shirt but originally four boobs. And i looked like a cow was like one two three four. It was like you know it was to mammalian way to mammalian you know. They need to use mammalian more senses. Makes me feel makes me feel like i'm smart Yeah his like is just too much lactose going on. It's not right. it was just it. Didn't it didn't look sexy. I guess it was. I was supposed to be a mutant prostitute but they had to be so sex-abuse like of tubes or good three boobs better. That's i guess you know. So they stuck one in the middle in things. I'm always asked is where the you know. Were yours knows like now in the you know. I always say yeah The middle was mine. The other tour it jarred from behind on my desk but no none of the boobs remind they were all three prosthetics and had several of them painted perfectly Spongy stuff they make. It almost feels like skin and it takes about it started Initially to be like eight hours in the makeup chair in like a barbeque sharon. Lean you back and then it got down to about five and a half hours five hours got faster and faster at it because they'd have to glue it on and make it look like there's not a seem in blend in all the makeup in put it all in one shot in mexico city and i had a walk those walk. Mandates was the first one on the set five. Am plugging the walkman go to sleep. And just let them work at me. And that was we're now. Here's here's a little something. So the i stay on the set. It was just a week of shooting. I just like five. Six days i meet a. I arrive on the set with my outfit on and i'm a prostitute as usual. I mean if i probably played ten prostitutes in my career.

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"rick baker" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"rick baker" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It is a It is. It is absolutely almost to the crisis point right now. So when you when, when you're sending your kids to go get an English degree or history, Major. Whatever. Think twice. They're going to make five times the amount of money in the first four years of being a, you know, a tradesman tradesmen are in such short. Their sudden such demand right now is absolutely Amazing. Which I think is a great thing. We We've talked about this ever since we had Rick Baker on our show for the first time a few years ago, talking about the trade industry and how we really over the last 20 years, almost 30 years when you and I and Doug we're all going to college and going to school, they were just knocking the trade industry and you know, we were told we had to go to college or we were nobody in a college degree was everything. When in fact, you've Ryan, you've got guys that have no college education that are making 234 times the amount of the guys who were coming out of college right now, with with 45 and six year degrees and and those guys with 152 $100,000 in student loans. Right, which is the amount of money and like, you know, 100 $50 our house. There were what's a four year degree going to do for most people right now. No see in unless it's in a specialized field. You really if you're gonna go to college, and this is this is just, you know, a matter of fact, but if you're gonna go to college, you can't just go to get a four year degree. It's gonna do nothing for you. Decided a crew got a drink beer and tolerate tolerate pot a little bit better. So you know, if you're gonna go to college, you have to go with the mindset that you're going to go get a doctor. It You're going to get a master's degree. You're going to become an engineer. You're going tol leave there where you can actually get.

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"rick baker" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"rick baker" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"In. The following year was american world within london. So it's nice that so was that the first one win win the award. That was the first one to win the award. Yes there was an honorary there were honorary oscars in the sixties for the seven faces of dr loud and planet of the apes for and i don't remember what they were called. They were like honorary like a special achievement. Something special cheesman in makeup effects or something like that. I don't remember exactly what they were. But the but the very first winner of best makeup was american more from london and it was rick baker And we have christopher tucker to thank for this..

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"rick baker" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rick baker" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"The hype around the video and became an accidental stroke of marketing genius. Anyway, the singer today spooky song also transformed into a weird cat. Looks were created by an Oscar winner, Makeup artist. His name is Rick Baker. He was fresh from winning the first Oscar given to best makeup for his work on American Werewolf Now why we're cat for a singer, he said. He's just tired of making were wolves, so he's thought I'll make him eat a cat. Now to add to the drama. The singer's pet boa constrictor escaped on the day of singing. Muscles is his name. He slithered overto parrot cage ate the parrot and his head got stuck in the bars of the cage. Scary indeed. So you think you know the song the video, the singer. You're right. He's Michael Jackson and sons thrillers to me was working. This's the lnk weekend show. You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks.

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"rick baker" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"rick baker" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Our one shot Let's go time and tonight. Tomorrow is dangerous. You can't just charge in. She's athletic city. Sounds like a little trip to make. The hunt is on. Mr. How'd you find us? But Sam and Dean are a little off. I smile Deal two states over. Supernatural right before outpost. All new tonight on the CW. It all starts tonight at eight on D C W 50 Washington See Delhi Tuned to D C W 50 weeknights for one full hour of blackish starting at seven with a family that keeps it really stay woke. Bo I don't think you understand the meaning of Whoa! Oh, I'm wide awake Share keeps an honest with each other. Let's go. Something strong. Black man handles his business. It keeps it together for each other. Strong. Just say blackish weeknights at seven and 7 30 followed by an all new supernatural Tonight at eight on D c W 50 Washington. See, tell you Like models show with Scotty K. H V Age. Go. Def Leppard I like this was the easiest song in the world to play. What's the drummer's name? Rick Baker. Rick Allen Brick Alain, the one armed drummer. Remember when he had that.

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"rick baker" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"rick baker" Discussed on The Moratorium

"It's an awesome cover. But you get to see the alien head. I mean they they yeah, they're a little too koi with it. I think they could have done a little bit more with the alien. I think they could have changed the tagline it preys on human fear. It feeds on human flesh. Okay, if there's one thing that I have learned from this experience is that there is no way there's a guy named grade on Clark and a guy named Roy Don Clark and they are not somehow I am going to page the bottom of the relay. They have to be next episode will get will we will either get to the bottom of it or we will neglect to mention it whatsoever completely forget wage for a lot. We can only help but great on had to have just connections. He got his friends to come in here. So Neville brand, what did he bring to this? Don't know how long He was in the bar holding a glass of beer. There could have been one character that could have done all the things that they had free different actors wage would have been a normal movie. Like this is Neville brand is like, you know, there's no fucking aliens, you know, like the the negative guy off and then they form like a posse or something get out in the woods and Neville Brands like oh shit. This thing's fucking for real and then he gets killed they could have killed off everybody in the bar. Everybody in that bar should have died. Yes, when the power went out one of them or whoever, you know, Martin Landau Jack plants and the girl escaped but naturally because the alien comes in and fucking, you know sucks. Everybody's brains out or something that would have been much I dig that or just throw some tables around, you know, yeah dead. Mix it up. I am with you. I think that would have made a better movie. It really would have. Like the jail scene and the Beast Within the Beast Within I mean that's fucking intense. You know, that's just one room with some guys in it off and it's also weird that Rick Baker is on this like I mean, I guess maybe he was still in training, you know, but it seems like special effects in the wage awful too. But then it's possible. They just didn't have a lot of money they didn't they spent it all on plants and and land L and just another reason to get rid of these guys and do use more of that money for special effects. They could have.

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"rick baker" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"rick baker" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Going to have some song. My penis in all right, I think you've gone too far. I'm sorry, but we were all thinking it. Yeah, he's definitely fucking those. Yeah, he does just have a just a jar formaldehyde right there or at least pickle juice. I don't know why he was going did he go in there to get a gun or something as well? Yeah, I think so. Well, I think he wanted to what's he going to do with that saving it for his tourist attractions. Yeah, this kind of feels like tourist trap a little bit odd. They tear off through the field. It looks like they're going through a field. I don't think there's a road space and time in this movie are hard to get your head around when they're in the truck. He shows his arm and then nasty big scar right of where he may have been hurt by the alien disks. I don't know. I'm Guess he's just Wily enough to kind of be he got it off of him in time or something. Well, he obviously knows how to deal with him. He cut some yeah, and he pills them off with the night right off like a like a leech when he gets hit with one and here in just a few minutes and the leg and he goes down like he was hit with a shotgun blasts Jeff. Okay, and then he tries to get up and run away with his still on his leg and it takes him a minute to finally say okay, I guess gotta cut this one off. Yeah, like the other one. I guess they don't just fall off after a while. I'm going to go out on a limb and say Rick Baker did not create that little prosthetic on his arm cuz it looks like crap. Oh you didn't like that. No looked awful. So so far this alien, we're going to assume it's an alien. He's actually done this town of favor. He's gotten rid of the pedophile scoutmaster pedophile scoutmaster. He's gotten rid of the possible child killer Cameron Mitchell. He's taken those blue shorts out of the picture. Thank you for your service, but naked blondes we get to see everybody again and the shack when Jack Palance goes in there. But all I'm saying is so far off. The alien is my favorite character and I haven't even seen him ice cream that sells nothing while they're like walking around in the woods with Jack plants and talk about this how long how long has this been going on? Cuz that thing on Jack Palance is arm is all healed up. Now. It had been going on for years..

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"rick baker" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"rick baker" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"So you're talking about real estate. You talked about the stock market in particular. Well, yeah, I'm sure he'll chime in on this. You know, you have to have a balance when they talk about balanced portfolio. You don't only just have Use a balanced stock stocks. You wantto have all types assets, So I'm assuming you guide people you wanna have really state You wanna have stocks you wantto have, you know, just a balanced portfolio all around. Sure. So, you know, I think that, uh, you know, just by my clients and what I'm hearing, you know, obviously I send them to you, Frank. But many of them are refinancing because they're able to save quite a bit of money per month. You know in the payments. All right, freeze up other cash for them to do other things with you know if the retired either spend or to be able to invest more right, and I think with interest rates As low as they are, and the feds said they're going to keep rates low for the foreseeable future. You know, I know the the mortgage rates are tied directly to the feds. But, you know, I think it's gonna help out with. You know the feds saying that they're going to keep rates low, You know, released another year, so I think it's it's a great time to re fire by If you're in the market, Yeah, It definitely helps fires and people their own properties. But it hurts the savers out there, right? Definitely. So, Andrew. What about what? I know We only have three minutes before we have to take a break. We'll divert onto that a little When we get back until everybody tell you, you tell your story to the listeners listeners. He's got a story that If you remember one of our favorite guests, Rick Baker's been on the show a lot. Rick was always into telling people you know, you didn't necessarily have to follow the norm in the world to be successful, and that's it. That's the story that Andrew is going to tell us and how he found success beating to his own drum, But that's the thing about Kobe. I'm gonna spend the next couple of minutes. You know, Doug and I feel very strongly about what it's done to our economy itself inflicted wound the one thing that we want to hear. From you later in the show, Andrew is is when you're talking about finance and investments And what not what kind of recovery do you think we're going to see? How is this different from the from the previous economic downturn 10 years ago, but overall You know this this whole thing with I'm seeing this vaccine. They now we're all happy. We're positive. Look, I may not take the vaccine. I know I'm not taking it. I'm not going to be the guinea pig that actually I don't think anybody on this was probably putting that in their arms on the flip side, the whole nation, not the whole nation, But Halley's half the country would probably take it and I think it's going to make a lot of people feel really good. About about the virus. It seems to be that that's supposed to be the end all that the world was to get back to normal. But now you see people on the other side of the coin, possibly downplaying the virus already. It's just too political or was going to say, I think the whole thing is political. Will you look at how many people have died? Will covet compared to stars. You know, right now it's just being blown. You know, in my mind's way out of proportion for what it ISS. I'm not saying, you know, it doesn't effect you know certain people. But just, you know, to shut down the entire economy for months, directed me in the beginning and made sense, You know, But now that all the facts have come out, Obviously, you think there'd be more about you know? What we should do now. I mean, I don't think there's even a need for masks. I mean, it's just almost foolishly wear a mask everywhere. Absolutely. So my doctor said, We gotta take a break, but he was wearing invented mass the other day, he said. That's what you should be doing. If you're gonna wear one. It makes no sense not to do that. But anyway, guys, we've got to take a break. I think we all agree. This thing is politically motivated. We're gonna start talking business and finance with Andrew Shire, the president, owner of Shire Wealth Management here on the business happy are when we come back from break. Stay tuned for an incredible story. Zero to hero not following the normal path on the.

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"rick baker" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

Mt. Rushmore Podcast

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"rick baker" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

"All right so our our third one and then you you. You called us out on it. Look we're we're just a bunch of big dumb cavemen when it comes to comes to you a practical effects. Those are not my words. I I'm paraphrasing. It's from GEICO commercials Caveman. No we're absolutely not but you you. Did you mentioned Rick Baker? It would have been almost criminal not to have a Rick Baker Piece of work on our in our selection and I think what he is most iconic Leone for is American Werewolf in London. Just a you know very specifically if we're talking about a specific character. I think the scene that everyone would knows from the movie is the transformation of David from David into a Werewolf and just the at months literal months of planning that it took to be able to get that whole scene ready to film. This was something that and I think. I think one of the things that I found out through doing some research on. This is just how how how much John. Landis was a collaborator. And someone who really served to give Rick Baker not just inspiration but direction and imagine that a director directing somebody but really giving sort of guidance and having this vision for how the special effects and makeup and everything looked like and then giving Rick Baker the ability to run without and I would imagine for you working in the industry having a having a director. Or whoever you're interfacing with. Who is a collaborator? Instead of just telling you what to do that's gotTa be. It's gotta be a make a big difference in terms of what you're able to create absolutely. I mean if you know it can go. It can go two ways in some ways. You might might like it if they come to you and they're like you know we don't have an exact idea cheers a couple of things. Just go with it and that could be very freeing exciting but then you can get the other side of the coin. They have no idea what they want but they but they definitely know what what they don't want but only when they see it. Louis definitely had to deal with it. I won't I won't say what the film was but I worked on one film where the main character had a a green face and was a very specific colored green face and so the sculpture was done but you know the sculptures done initially in clay which is not that colored green and the director was Kinda. I like it but you know it's not the right green like we'll know this is. This is just a sculpture of what the makeup's GonNa look like for you to approve. And then we'll we'll molded cast it. It'll be painted that color. Any just couldn't understand because it wasn't the right green because the clay so we literally had to mix up that color of green and painted onto the clay for him to be taught. Understand what you make a decision so that could be hard to win. Like no I'd I'd I really reading about John Landis and Rick Baker working together they had already worked together on a couple of projects before that So they had a good working relationship. It just made me appreciate sort of the the role of director can have the that when you see you know special effects practical effects whatever they happen to be. It's not just the work of one person that is at its core at its best the truly is a collaborative thing and just about this movie specifically. I think it was this movie in a lot of ways is made by the makeup. It's a very funny movie in a Lotta ways in. It's we did episode on horror comedies. Last year I guess. Is that right to your years ago. Wow Teas and I'm pretty sure. American where Wolf in London came up a pretty sure that was somebody's pick so it's it is a lot of ways a very funny movie but in order to get the horror aspect correct this transformation and also the can of when his friend comes back as the ghost and these dull slashed up. You know the the horror aspects needed to be under a needed to be reinforced by the head of the gory. Nature of the special effects that you're seeing and obviously you know some of the things that brick baker the innovations that he had to come up with for the transformation scene. For example. Are Things that were you know. Pneumatics PNEUMATICS and syringes. You know who heads heads? Yeah we these are things that are I would imagine are still being used today. Yemen to an extent obviously more sophisticated system now but that was the beginning of it. Even things like the hair growing out of the skin they actually did all the hair and pulled the hair out from behind and it ran the filming reversed growing out tons of innovation there and the hardest thing being that up to that point everything had always been filmed in low light and just kind of getting the an idea of what was going on in this situation where John last like none of though I wanNA shoot this in broad daylight like well it room with no cuts and obviously there's some cuts in there but to pull something off in a brightly. Lit Room I mean just the the movie and the effects that launched a thousand makeup effects careers. I mean you talk to anybody in the industry and they're gonNA site that is one of the big influencers to why they do what they do for a living. They saw that movie in their life was never the same so for absolutely I it for me. I think it was the first movie that I remember as a kid and my mom probably let me watch this when I was eight so probably far too young But I is one of the first movies where I remember. I remember being impressed by the special effects and by the the the makeup specifically it's one of the first time sorry members looking at moving and starting to appreciate sort of the the craft that went on behind the scenes and not just seeing it as oh that looks cool. Really appreciating it. Cool great choice. So what's your third choice? Dan Crowley You don't third says I will go with something classic. I know my first to actually get a hipster. This guy I'm scared choices So I WANNA go with a classic the precursor to Jack Pierce. I'M GONNA go with Lon Chaney senior and his makeup as Eric in Phantom of the opera from Nineteen Twenty Five. A cool.

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"rick baker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rick baker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Pro publica finds that Norcross wielded his political influence to muscle in on a lucrative real estate deal on Camden's waterfront well that story just after the break here on W. NYC. as of rain tonight in our area widespread fought to love about fifty three degrees tomorrow rain possible in the morning clear by the afternoon that with a high near sixty six degrees. next time on studio three sixty how the joker's make up if all from Cesar Romero. hello Kitty's me good joke heath ledger well you look nervous is it the scars now to what keen Phoenix we bring me now can you introduce me as joker my symposium with Hollywood make up wizard Rick Baker next time on studio three sixty nine today it on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC. W. NYC supporters include Netflix presenting dolomite is my name Eddie Murphy stars as Rudy ray Moore who prove naysayers wrong when his alter ego dolomite became a nineteen seventies blaxploitation phenomenon dolomite is my name in theaters Friday. W. NYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and am eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst as Congress conducts an investigation into whether president trump asked Ukraine to investigate his.

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"rick baker" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"rick baker" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"As we continue with Rick Baker former mayor Saint Petersburg pretty amazing story how we turned a ten city into a thriving city maybe state maybe cities like San Francisco Los Angeles Chicago New York Detroit Baltimore could learn a thing or two hello over the years many many times I've run into people you know asking for money or asking for a Santa all the nine times out of ten if I have the time you know even a few seconds all does go into a store and say here's twenty Bucks you know give this guy whatever he wants to eat I don't like to give money because you wonder where that money's going is going to go for booze or drugs are not helping the person and I've done it but I prefer to hand it off to somebody is going to let them them by food so they can eat and take care of themselves but what I usually see is addiction or melt the mental illness that's what I see it's not that hard to Europe there's a there's various reasons of course what mental this is been a some sort of addiction is big but they're all just come down on their luck you know when when we went into the recession these are a lot of folks that were in the construction industry especially on the island going into a telescope which is the name of our center that we build and I would go down I would sit down and talk with folks and I'm a jungle construction workers which is rare just when they they just had one too many bills are just in case they look they lost her paycheck and they just they just couldn't quite make it so they just needed help there's a lot of folks like a few shows whatever it is you have to you have to address the people of the RP a mental illness you have to have services of for the mental mental health services that can help them try to get as independent as possible if they have addictions are you're not going to get anywhere to get him off the objection so you have to have services that help people get off the officials will all that needs to be done it's not a simple thing if you and you have to address the individuals as you're bringing them out but you you're never going to do that well they're sitting on the street whether she was sleeping on the sidewalk and and and and urinated on somebody's business so you're never going to fix up for that if you can get them stabilized with the server then then then you can then you can start the effort okay triage what's what's what's the issue with this particular person work and we send them and and it's you know not not really well nobody is almost anywhere right they were but you have to try to manage it and and and and work towards getting people in the then for you Mister mayor Rick Baker is now at the Manhattan Manhattan institute is a J. adjunct fellow and former mayor of Saint Petersburg great story you know I there's a way to do this not that complicated and anyway when we come back it was like a mental break down all over fake news see a man and a and H. B. O. and bill Maher I just a media meltdown all weekend long and will play the worst of the worst is getting sicker by the second as we've been.

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"rick baker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"rick baker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"As we continue with Rick Baker former mayor Saint Petersburg pretty amazing story how we turned a tent city into a thriving city maybe state maybe cities like San Francisco Los Angeles Chicago New York Detroit Baltimore could learn a thing or two now look over the years many many times I've run into people you know asking for money or asking for a Santa OB nine times out of ten if I have the time you know even a few seconds all does go into a store and say here's twenty Bucks you know give this guy whatever he wants to eat I don't like to give money because you wonder where that money's going is going to go for booze or drugs are not helping the person I've done it but I prefer to hand it off to somebody is going to let them them by food so they can eat and take care of themselves but what I usually see is addiction or mailed mental illness that's what I see it's not that hard to Europe it's there's a there's various reasons of course metal this is been a some sort of addiction is big but they're also posted just coming down on their luck you know when when we wanted to the recession is there a lot of folks that were in the construction industry especially on the island going into an old soul which is the name of our center that we built and I would go down I would sit down and talk with folks and I'm a total construction workers the just read just what they they just had one too many bills are just didn't get it they look they lost her paycheck and they just they just couldn't quite make it so they just needed to help us out there's a lot of folks like a few shows whatever it is you have to you have to address the people as they are at their mental illness you have to have services of for the mental mental health services that that could that could help them try to get as independent as possible of them addictions are you're not going to get anywhere to get him off the directions for your help have services that help people get off the addition as well all of that needs to be done it's not a simple thing if you and you have to address the individuals as you're bringing them out but you you're never going to do that well they're sitting on the street whether she was sleeping on the sidewalk and Pat and and and and urinated on someone's business so you're never going to fix that for that if you can get them stabilized center then then then you can then you can start that effort okay triage what what what's the issue with this particular person working we send them and and it's you know not not really hot nobody is almost anywhere right they were but you have to try to manage it and and and and work towards getting people in the past then for you Mister mayor Rick Baker is now at the Manhattan Manhattan institute is a J. adjunct fellow and former mayor of Saint Petersburg great story you know I there's a way to do this not that complicated and anyway when we come back it was like a mental break down all over fake news CNN and and H. B. O. and bill Maher I just a media meltdown all weekend long and will play the worst of the worst this get sicker by the second as we've been.

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"rick baker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"rick baker" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"As we continue with Rick Baker former mayor Saint Petersburg pretty amazing story how we turned a tent city into a thriving city maybe state maybe cities like San Francisco Los Angeles Chicago New York Detroit Baltimore could learn a thing or two now look over the years many many times I've run into people you know asking for money or asking for a Santa OB nine times out of ten if I have the time you know even a few seconds all does go into a store and say here's twenty Bucks you know give this guy whatever he wants to eat I don't like to give money because you wonder where that money's going is going to go for booze or drugs are not helping the person I've done it but I prefer to hand it off to somebody is going to let them them by food so they can eat and take care of themselves but what I usually see is addiction or melt the mental illness that's what I see it's not that hard to figure out it's there's a there's various reasons of course metal this is been a some sort of addiction is big but they're also posted just coming down on their luck you know when when we wanted to the recession is there a lot of folks that were in the construction industry especially on the island going into an old soul which is the name of our center that we build and I would go down I would sit down and talk with books and I'm a jungle construction workers the just read just what they they just had one too many bills or Justin can get that they look they lost her paycheck and they just they just couldn't quite make it so they just needed to help us out there's a lot of folks like a few social whatever it is you have to you have to address the people as they are at their mental illness you have to have services of for the mental mental health services that can help them try to get as independent as possible if they have addictions are you're not going to get anywhere to get him off the objections are you have to have services that help people get off the addiction as well all of that needs to be done it's not a simple thing if you and you have to address the individuals as you're bringing them out but you you're never going to do that well they're sitting on the street whether she was sleeping on the sidewalk and Pat and and and and urinated on someone's business so you're never going to fix up for that if you can get them stabilized center then then then you can then you can start the effort okay triage what what what's the issue with this particular person working we send them and and it's you know not not really hot nobody is almost anywhere right they were but you have to try to manage it and and and and work towards getting people in the past then for you Mister mayor Rick Baker is now at the Manhattan Manhattan institute is of a jet adjunct fellow and former mayor of Saint Petersburg great story you know I there's a way to do this not that complicated and anyway when we come back it was like a mental break down all over fake news CNN and and H. B. O. and bill Maher I just a media meltdown all weekend long long and will play the worst of the worst this get sicker by the second as we've been.

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Races to continue at Santa Anita despite 23 horse deaths

The Frame

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Races to continue at Santa Anita despite 23 horse deaths

"Horse racing will continue at Santa Anita. That's today's decision by the California horse racing board which met at the Arcadia tracked to consider moving scheduled races to other tracks the story from KPCC's, Emily Elena. Doug, Dale, two thousand eleven to two thousand twelve seventy one dead racehorses here at San. Anita animal rights activists. Amanda lunberg stood in front of the board rattling off statistics. She and many other speakers advocated for a complete end to horse racing as long as there's horse racing horses are going to die, but the board decided to keep in any this current schedule setting progress with safety improvements at the track the board did take other action. They'll suspend certain horse medications like anti inflammatories across the state thin-. Need officials had already eliminated all race day medications at the park except for Lasix which aids breathing that too will be phased out by twenty twenty one the board's executive director. Rick Baker said protecting the animals not profit is the horse communities

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"rick baker" Discussed on Off The Pill

Off The Pill

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"rick baker" Discussed on Off The Pill

"Let me to sign a spell I'm committed because everyone else's that makes sense. I literally have. Yeah. It's a good product until they update until the new phone comes on. Yeah. I agree. It's a when you first get it. And it's new even with bugs. It's like holy crap. The fact that this is a real thing that didn't exist ten years ago unusual. Yeah. Die phone. Okay. Well, whatever your dive when didn't exist at one point. And how far it's gone is like this is an amazing fourteen years. I think it's regardless even the first iphone compared to now, it's amazing great brilliant product. And maybe they needed all all our money to make it to get it that far get to that point. Yeah. Maybe maybe maybe that's the only way the surviving. Highly highly doubt that they're making so much money. I don't think that's the problem to create a company like that. It's a lot of work in. It's it is money company. You know, each engineer. You know, they have like I don't even have any staff. They have probably like hundreds of thousands. I'm guessing like one engineer. And for a are. Yeah. It costs like three hundred grand a year. Yeah. Right. That's like not even including like health insurance. Right. So let's say four hundred thousand a year for one person, but if hundreds of eight, but think about it like this there, they have that many data pay a lot, obviously. But it that's not the issue like they're making money. They're making a ton of my guy at the top is doing the people. I killed hop. They'll make a lot exactly like a ridiculous amount. So it's not the issue that they're like they need to do this to disdain competitive. Like, they're doing it. Because it makes it makes them money. Yeah. You know, it's not about like because they're making money, they're dying. No, they can be making money, but there's a difference between making money being greedy. That's that's another conversation. There's some philosophy their law to philosophy and that one who else is greedy. When you agreed. He agreed with me. Because the word greed. Bring it back to the beginning. I said that because we knew we were going to be accuracy deja-vu. I'm starting to feel Tinley gre-. Holy crap. As more time and space. Time in space all of this whole podcast. There's no order. Everything's happening at the same time. Did you have the very first iphone? I don't think leave. I only got like the third. I was on. I came in at four. I think I was really I was a blackberry guy. Gosh, you didn't blackberries had or awesome. Do you like the buttons? You could text without looking. I like those gosh. And you know, what you could do is play that little ball game where you bounced off the walls and break all the things. Hong kong. No, you make like the block breaker. Yeah. That so you don't even know Rick Baker was, you know, kids don't even know what is an iphone have. They it's like a simple game. Yeah. They'd probably do. They're starting to get into the, you know software. So they're they're going to have a bunch of gay guys. Remember the little block dude in you're eighty threes news here calculators had that dude game Coley. Coli and you have to solve puzzles. You remember that? I don't remember. I never had a TI never TI to get into calculus. So I think I had more games. You don't need it for you need it for geometry got up to algebra one. That's a lie such a lie. Hey, you know, if there's people out there who've got only eligible when it's okay it is. Okay. Einstein didn't even get to anything. He's a nobody. He got somewhere. He didn't even know what gravity was loser. That guys who is guy recipes. I know he dated his cousin. What I did it his cousin? Really? I watched a documentary. I think so. Yeah, he left his wife deported his cousin or something like that. Yeah. I heard it was his sister. Okay. Well, regardless it's still weird. Hey. But if you're dating your cousin. It's okay. Just kidding. Yeah. I've heard some stories about people dating their cousins, there's some at what point you know..

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