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Long Lines At Polling Places Persist On Day 6 Of Early Voting In New York City
"Suppose in the season where political lawn signs and flags are competing with the pumpkins and mom's this year, But voting numbers we're seeing in places like New York City are off the charts. They even added it. Early voting cite another one to handle the lines. Marla Diamond is seeing long lines a cold, wet people at Robert Wagner Middle School on the Upper East Side. New polling site will open Saturday morning at Marymount College on East 71st Street to ease the crush here it Robert Wagner Middle School on East 76 3. Right now, hundreds of voters are lined up despite a cold soaking rain. We're all this morning at 4 40 am Robert Samuel is a professional line sitter. He added. Employee sat in rain proof plastic pods at the front of the line for two customers who actually from another customer who do sample fell. Waits at this polling place have ranged from 2 to 6 hours. But this voter who didn't want to give her name was forgiving. I don't think it's helpful, You know wine. We're all going through a hard time in hard nine months or six months. Whatever it is everybody. I really do feel everybody's doing the best they can. On the Upper East Side. Marla Diamond. WCBS NEWS RADIO 8 80 Americans are casting
"robert wagner" Discussed on Vamily Show
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"robert wagner" Discussed on Vamily Show
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"robert wagner" Discussed on Vamily Show
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"robert wagner" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Gilbert, he will take you away. What do you do if you get him on the show? Okay. This story about Milton. All right. We've been trying to get him on since we started this show. We love to have these great. Well, when I see him I'll tell them I did the show with you guys. Oh fuck. We appreciate that rubber before we let you get out of here. You're going to get back to your life. And as I said, we'll promote the books again. Just a couple of other names that I wrote down people who meant something to you and your life your good pal Robert stack. Yes, I was very close to Robert we were very very close friends and for quite a long time. And he was he was special. He was a very unique human being and he did some great work. I mean, you know, he he started young and he worked with some very heavyweight people, and he was out. Yeah. Very good. Very professional. He was a he was meticulous. He was a perfectionist. And he was a wonderful, man. I I loved him dearly. He was terrific. We've had people on the show younger actors who who he was. He was very supportive of. In fact, Nancy Allen just last week. He told us some nice things about Robert stack when they made the Spielberg movie nineteen forty one what about your friend, Gregory Peck, just give us give us a just a couple of short member. I admired, Gregory Peck. So very much. I admired his thinking, I admired the way he conducted himself. He was always a gentleman. He was of marvelous actor a great contributor. And he was a man that I have. Tremendous respect for and appreciation. And he was very kind to me and. I'd kinda like to have my life be like his well on a nice thing to say and another great body of work. I I love the fact too as I was reading I loved her in the movies that you took time to call attention to character actresses too. I mean, primarily the movie the book was about people like Claudette Colbert in Barbara Stanwick. But you you you had a little part of the book said I wanna stop now. And I want to give due to character actresses or characters, and you mentioned Thelma, Ritter and eve Arden and Joan Blondel and Joe you. Thought you wonderful. We like to talk about people like that on their like, so good. You don't wreck you don't people don't notice character I actors 'cause this so good. I what they do people like James Gleason, can I take these earphones off and go to the John. And then I'll come back. Sure apps. It won't be alone wrap it up. It's not going to be a long one. You know, what I mean be long? I'll be back. Your number. Okay. We're we're we're only gonna drive you crazy for about five more minutes. Robert, I'm back. I just want you to know that movie stars do go to the bathroom. I'm giving you a lot of I'm giving you a lot of material. Yeah. Really are see Chris destroyed. My whole image of Hollywood. Okay. Gilbert Gilbert has one for you. Okay. This is very important. Tell us about Nita Egbert. From the book..
"robert wagner" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Never insulted your intelligence it takes if. If. Still thinking Dave gruesome score, and in heart-to-heart, you were there was that funny character max, oh, the great Lionel stand and that awhile ago now he had he was one of those that was blacklisted he ever speak. Yes. Yes. He did. He talked about a quite a bit. I of course. And also, I asked them a lot about it because it was such a treacherous time in all of our lives and terrible blight on the United States. And he was one of those really good hammered by it. I you know, I had worked with Lionel and it takes. Yeah. In rome. We he did a scene. He did a character called max. But when we started casting heart to heart, Tom Mankiewicz, who was really the creator the show. He said, I think I saw. The MandA play max today. And I said who is that? He said Lionel Stander I had wanted to have Sugar Ray Robinson. I thought Sugar Ray would have been interesting, and yeah, we would have been interesting. But Lionel was absolutely perfect. He was spot on. He was the glue of the show. He was so responsible for making it a success. And he was he was great to work with I read great fund with them. Was there was there a story? Robert of you of of of Dimitri was it Dmitri, and and and Lionel standard being at the same party. Or was it Kazan and Lionel Stander? Oh, no. It was it was it was it was Lionel I had produced a film with Elizabeth Taylor myself and called there must be a pony, and I had a running of it Iran at at the studio, and I took one of the theaters at the studio and invited several people and I invited. Lionel and and an Eddie, and they were there. Yeah. That was but you know, I invited them and. They came. And you know, it wasn't anything that I was thinking about sure getting them together having him. There was just one of those things. Yeah. Two guys, obviously on opposite ends of that of that situation. Yes. I would say so yeah. Yeah. Here's something. I wanted to ask I want to ask you about that that wonderful story if you would share it with us this the Fred Astaire story when you were making it takes a thief when he walked into the room, you were shooting in a Roman villa and the crowd started applauding and Channing his name. Oh, yeah. Oh that was terrific that that's that really happened. Yeah. We went out we had we had lunch, and Fred, and I took off and went to attract to Rio round the corner, and we came back and the crew was all in the in this ballroom, and they when we walked in the crew started going friend friend friend friend fr. Dan. And he started to, you know, do a couple of steps, and then he danced around the whole ballroom and. The finished in about thirty six bars. And I mean, it was just fantastic. The crew went crazy. I went nuts. And it was since Atia. Fred, fred. Oh, it was great. You said of the moment in the book that you said to yourself remember this? Yeah. Take it. Also, take a mental picture when I never forgot. Yeah. Yeah. Yet one I've never forgot by the way on the subject of Tom mingka, Whitsett, very very gifted guy, and we had Richard Donner here. And Tom Tom all also had a hell of a lot to do with the success of superman with Donald deal on her superman as as well as heart-to-heart Donner's big talent. He's made some great movies. He and Tom were very very close. And and I see I see dick once in a while. I I as a matter of fact, I just saw him about two weeks ago. And you know, he's a special. He's a special guy. He's he's given us also much lovely guy on a good lovely guy about this show, by the way, we've had just for fun. We've had six people on this show who were on it takes a thief. So I did a little research. Who are they Julie Newmar? Oh, yeah. Stuart margolin. Great. Oh, yeah..
"robert wagner" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And I and I had heard I I don't know whether this is true or not. But I had heard they'd had some financial problems and distribution problems and Erwin came in there and. Picked up and put a lot of money up to save it, and he owned more of the picture. I think that's right. He owned more the film, and I and that's what I had heard it happened. And I think that's true. Did here's here's something. Gilbert enjoyed did. Cubby broccoli, your friend. Cubby broccoli ask you to be bond at one point. Oh, yeah. That's yeah. That's true. That that had is cool. But I mean, you know, they they were they were searching. But I I I'm my my thing with cubby was that, you know, cubby, I'm so much an American, and I think you noted have to do it with an accent. And what he want to go with all of that. You know? I mean, there's so many people around the play it and Rozier more is perfect for it. And Roger, and I were very close friends. And and Roger was great in it. You know, he just slipped into those shoes really easily. And I think it would have been a little bit difficult to have Meese ahead of how are you? I'm JAMES BOND people. I don't I don't think people would believe you. By the way, speaking British Akers. And I know you for you were friendly with James Mason too. Yeah. I'm gonna wow you hear Robert I'm going to get Gilbert. Give them give them a little bit of your James Mason impression. I'm ready from this foreign town. Hugh ruined Tiffany Rick Vic tion of being chew Pendleton or Leo phones with it should the need Jew. Oh, that's great. A wonderful. You. I've I've done, you know, my my wife, she'll Saint Sean is a bond girl. That's right. Diamonds are ever. Yeah. Yes. So I've done that bond JAMES BOND. You know, I've done that for her. She's get out of here. Not buying it. I can't do it. Now, it doesn't work with her. Now, our friend of ours. Gino told me a story you told him I think Jill Saint John got into some accident, which she had up have a body cast like yes, she had some kind of body cash Jill Saint John. And and you like the way she looked. I haven't heard this dream this. This is a this is a dream was in a body weight. It wait a minute. She was in a body cast. And I did what? Okay. According to the story. Gino, say sure, we got the right actor. Yeah. Who is who is Gino was a friend of ours. No, you're you're complementing the way her breasts looked and his cast. You know, I think Gino is maybe Dicken around with. Okay. That that goes on the blooper reel, Robert. Since we talked about Bonda use the segue the spice segue to talk about it takes the bond. James, you see you could have done it. When Lou Wasserman came to you. Instead, Robert I'd like I think you should do television. I like that quote in your book where you say smart, listen to smart people. Well, no, he he felt I was mainly doing motion pictures, and I was under contract to I I made a contract with universal and with an and Lew Wasserman was running universal and I went into his office. And he should I wanted to talk to you about some asked. What said he said, I wanna see you in television. He said I wanna see you in this magazine every week TV guide. I said, you know, Lou, I don't know what I to make a crossover and go into television. It doesn't seem right for me to tell you what I'll do I've read this script. I know the God, it's written it. He wrote with you in mind. I think it's perfect for you read it. And if we make it into a television pilot, and they don't buy it on make it into a movie for you. So K I should alright. If the feel that strongly about it, I read the script I loved it. Roland Kibi wrote isn't we became we became fast friends, and it was a great character Alexander Monday..
"robert wagner" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And they had to go back to the hotel and get her shoes and LIZA and David guests were going to get married, and it was a big wedding and New York with Robert Osborne, your friend, by the way that we love that man. Yeah. No. He was he was such a special man anyway. Yeah. Michael was there with Elizabeth? And I said, you know, they the wedding was being held up. And I said, you know, Mike, oh, we've got I love Elizabeth. I said I love Elizabeth too. But we gotta get her inside and inner shoe, so we can start the wedding. You know, what I mean, Michael, you you understand that? He's I understand. And but he was a very nice guy. He. I like I like I liked him a lot. And what a great talent Jesus. What a talent that kid was he had a lot of it. Robert we jump around as you see. But I want I do wanna plug in. And specifically mentioned this book that you wrote with Scott, the new one from the twenty sixteen I loved her in the movies, and so many great stories, and again, how many classic actresses you knew and worked with Joan Crawford. We mentioned Claudette Colbert, we mentioned glorious Swanson, but Norma Shearer with I believe is the first movie store you ever met. That's right. Yeah. She was. Yeah. Do you still have that autographed? Picture. She gave you. I do you know, it's in the book, and I still have I still have a picture. She was I mean, I didn't know who she was really. I was just a kid, you know. But I knew who she was later, and I had an opportunity of spending some time with her when when I started getting in the picture business, and she was she was a very dynamic woman. I mean, she made a lot of great movies. And all of that. I wanted to tell you what thing. Yeah. You know, Robert Osborne was a very cl-. Close and dear friend of mine we were under contract to FOX together in the early fifties. And I go I go back a long time with him. And as I said, we were very good friends. And when he left us, he he gave me and chill a the Queen in his in his will. And so. Jill. And I decided we have kind of a long driveway coming into our house up here in fellow out. And I was going to put lights, you know, to light the driveway. Sure on a and I did it on a on a timer. You know? I mean, not a timer. But a you know, you drive by it, and it what do they call it a sensor and the lights go on. So every time we drive in the driveway at night the lights go on. And it reminds me of Robert, oh, that's sweet. Lovely so great. Yeah. He he would have liked that he was one of the most special men than I ever knew. And what a contributor to our industry, and what he's he's done for it is we'll be remembered always I know, I I would have I like to think that just by himself. He he got thousands if not millions of people interested in classic films, absolute, you're absolutely right. But with his passion. Yeah. And he did he did us a big solitu-. We had just started this show. And he came into an early episode for us getting down took God himself down there in his own power in his own taxicab, which we were very grateful to him. And he invited me on with him to talk movies on Hilbert was on. Oh, yeah. He was one of those people. Yeah. I we picked out movies. And we just sat knows big easy chairs on Ternate classics and discuss movies together. There. That must have been very nice for you. You must have loved that. And he must have loved it too. Because you're so knowledgeable about them. You know? That's that's terrific. Yeah. It was fun that I felt like I was just sitting at his house discussing it. Yeah. He was very he was lovely. Yeah. Very special, man. I miss him. I miss him so much no pretentiousness to the man at all just no just just natural and affable. And and made you feel as if you've known them your whole life and was a luck party and loved the movies. He was really loved picture business infectious.
"robert wagner" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And he was so good at it. God he was great. And it was such a marvelous picture you've seen that film. I know you guys. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. It's so specialists such a special picture, oh, it's been spire directors for generations to come. Oh, yes. Definitely. And you're enough fun. Caper movie called the biggest bundle of them. All I like that one. Yeah. Yeah. With the great to the great Edward G Robbins you love him. I do I met him young. I knew his son Manny. And when I when I be kind of before I even got on the picture business. I I knew Eddie g he was terrific. I and what an actor what an actor. But everybody loved everybody loved it. He that picture was directed by Kenan Akin, and I thought it was going to really get off the ground and go, but you know, there was a problem with the script producer. They they accuse the producer of stealing it. And because it was so Representative of a picture that was made it MGM, and they went to court and the biggest bundle of them. All lost the lost the case, so kind of stopped it. But there was some good things in that movie. I liked a lot. Yes. Good caper picture. And and of course, knowing your reputation, did you get any way? With Raquel Welsh. What a wonderful thing for you to ask me. Just you know, I just did a television series that my son in law was in and I played her romantic lead and sh we're back together again rocket Kalemba. She's she's a she's a really terrific lady wonderful lady, and we had a great deal of fun making this this television show. So the answer is no Gilbert. Yeah. What were you asking? Gilbert. What did you think that I asked some kind of a relationship with her that I was doing something to her? I guess getting back to the early word. Did you fuck her? Did I fuck rock hill wells? Yes. Hard j. That's what you're asking me. Yes. No. We know we never had an affair Cam. I wish I wish that it worked out because I you know on that picture. I mean that was her second or third movie and. She was terrific. She's a very lovely lovely lady. And I had a lot of fun with her on this list unless last project do you do, you know, Shep, Gordon, Robert, you must know Shep. Yes. I know ship. Yeah. He'd been on. Yeah. We had it. He was. Well, he managed wreck. Hell at one point. Yeah. He must have been. He must have been a great great interview. He was he's obviously he's tight with your buddy. Mike Myers, but but we had him here. And he sees storyteller. The opposite of Ford was the way Fred cinema treated you which I found one of the touching things in the book. Oh, yeah. Well, wasn't that? Nice. I mean. Thing. Well, you know, it was when I was starting, you know, he he tested me for this picture called to racer, and he was so kind and so generous when I was a very green actor. I'd hardly done anything. And and here I wasn't from the camera with Fred cinnamon, directing me, and he felt you know, he wanted me for the for the picture, and he he was so nice..
Meet Gilbert Gottfried's sidekick Frank Santopadre
"I have Frank Santa Padre. He is the co host of Gilbert, Godfrey's, amazing colossal podcast. This happens to be my favorite podcast aside from talking tech. Of course, a great place to get a lot of laps in stories about old Hollywood. And Frank one thing that I find really fascinating about your show. Is it sounds like you're interviewing people person to person, but many times, you're not correct? Or you're talking about the long distance broke up. How do you do that? What we do is. Well, we we originally we were doing Skype interviews, you know, when you're doing a show about old Hollywood a lot of people, especially retired people where where people in their sixties seventies and eighties live in Los Angeles. And we do the show out of New York. So that necessitated long distance and actions, we started doing them but phone calls, we realized that down very good. So we moved to Skype, but then the Skype audio would let you down because you would dependent on on the bandwidth, and and all kinds of other factors. So we decided to record people on the west coast. And then record our end, obviously on the east coast. And then our engineer mixes the two so really you get a seamless result. It sounds like we're in same room. So how do you do this does the person go to a studio and then you're negative air? They go to air will studios are our parent company partner, our partner, if you're wolf has a a studio in Hollywood. So they'll go there. And there's an engineer there. To record them. Sometimes we go to someone's home. If they're not in LA, we we recorded Robert Wagner last night. And he's an Aspen. So we dispatched an engineer to him at his house. And then they send us the audio files and our engineer Frank mixes the to file until it sounds like we're all together. How do you hear them? Over Skype hookup. Okay. Yeah. There's there's a there's a a camera. So we can see them which makes the interview better obviously, cover the other drawback to phone interviews is there's no I contact or anything you can't pick up social cues. You don't know when to speak when they're speaking. So we see them on a computer screen, and and and we hear them through through the Skype connection. We just don't use that Skype connection for for Finnish audio now when you came up with this concept, you are working with one of the great tech enthusiasts of all time. Gilbert, Godfrey, correct. Oh, there's nobody more technically proficient than Gilbert. And that of course, we're both being facetious. He is very anti tech. Now did he know what you're talking about? Did was it a tough sell mean? Tell me about this. You mean when when when we propose the idea of a podcast, so well, the podcast, and then the idea that you would use Skype to interview people. I I'm pretty sure Jeff that. After two hundred fifty maybe close to four hundred now if you count the Thursday, many episodes, I'm pretty sure he still has no idea. What a podcast is. Confident in that assessment. Yeah. He you know last night we were doing sound checks for five minutes. And the engineer couldn't understand why he couldn't hear Gilbert's voice. And then we realize he never plugged headphone, Jack he doesn't even have to use his cell phone. Tell everybody about the show. How's it doing the shows doing? Well. I mean, we never expected quite honestly this kind of response when we started. It was a large. Yes. It was started really as a labor of love and goof, I mean Gilbert, and I have known each other many years we used to sit on the phone till all hours, laughing about obscure character actors and just kind of arcane stuff that don't we thought only we cared about. When when we had the idea to actually interview some of our heroes. We thought oh, this'll be fun cult thing for a couple of hundred people, and our fellow the we didn't really know it would take off and that seventy five thousand eight thousand people a week would would download it were pleasantly surprised by the reaction and two hundred and fifty shows in. We've made a little name personnel to now. People want to do the show tell everybody about you. Because obviously Gilbert Gottfried has quite a career and from Aladdin to the comedy clubs to problem child. And all the things you guys talk about on the show, but Frank a writer tell everybody about yourself. Well, I've been a comedy writer for God about twenty five years professionally, and I've written everything I wrote for the Muppets I wrote cyber couple of screenplays that were optioned I written a lot of ward shows, I write for the comedy, central gross. I wrote the TV land awards they don't do anymore. Am I ran I wrote for I sort of made my bones writing for other comics and writing for people like Bill Murray, and oh, God all kinds of people joy Behar different people like that. And. And that kind of into into a career writing off show stuff panel what they call panel, which is celebrity talk show. I worked for the Howard Stern show for a while. So I'm kind of a joke writer, you know, writer of of one liner short form comedy award shows
"robert wagner" Discussed on Z100
"Radio. Robert wagner. Has this? The by captain says that Robert Wagner says to him. Let's just yet. Let's have a drink which we all like to have a drink. But instead of drinking whisky would do that after. So when they did they didn't find the body quite yet. I didn't find the body for six hours gone. There's no Natalie wood, so cocktail she was unconscious before she went overboard, obviously, she couldn't have been saved if she fell overboard and drowned and was conscious and I didn't call for help. She could have been saved the tragic story. I think I was eight or nine when this came out, and this was the first celebrity scandal thing that I became obsessed with and I always thought he pushed her off the damn boat. He he he denies that. There was anything untoward. But the police believe now that there was foul play involved. I say she was the victim of an assault. And I believe she was unconscious before she went overboard now. This is fascinating in so many ways because the coroner at the time is a Geico Thomas Noguchi, he investigated Marilyn Monroe's death. He was involved in the autopsy of Bobby Kennedy. He was involved in other major Hollywood superstars. And then he got this particular case, he never looked under her fingernails for scratches or abrasions or or any evidence like that he immediately shut the investigation down and said nothing untoward here and one of the things we explore in. This case was once political pressure to the LA county coroner's office from the highest office in the land, the president Ronald Reagan at the time who was friends with Robert Wagner. Murder because of all the president's that she slept with come on..
"robert wagner" Discussed on KGO 810
"I was pretty young i love that store done thanks jack you have a good weekend my friend be well let's go next the nancy in texas hey nance go ahead hello pay there i got a quick question sure and i wanna know what your thoughts an opinion okay this okay i recently the la pd just announced that w uh robert wagner is a person of insurers in the natalie would shave and i'm like wondering what is your thoughts about this well you know one i can't comment a lot on an investigation because i'm not part of the investigation i was not on the yacht i have no idea uh actually a hundred witnesses came forward and gave the police uh enough evidence for them to say what they said and that was uh things are does matching up things just don't sound right um and that's really all i can say i mean uh i wasn't there so i don't know i don't know but a hundred new witnesses have come forward and uh in all they're going to start the probing the case a tragedy tragedy she was a wonderful dynamic actress and now just the great growth and everything else uh we are going to take a break pretty soon and come back in give you a tribute memorial to a great coast to coast guest who passed away of cancer i'll let talk with you about that in just a second th and though it's amazing that the we were going through the list of coast to coast guests who have died just in the past sixteen years since i've been doing this program and it is astounding how many have passed on absolutely astounding and it worries we'll be back with our tribute don't forget through i sign up for the free coast throw newsletter it's available.
"robert wagner" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And cozy and kinda nice and bought in the middle of the night i think was like oh probably 3 o'clock car here my great great graham were or calling me and she called me jackie and she said jarnjak uh okay and it woke up shop woke me up anyway friends those with my my grandmas colonly was it in your dream no way you're i'm so why swear i heard or anyway we go out and caught a look over new valley and also no ground shakes i mean the jews shook that big rock can write down where we will shortly mariano would killed you guys yeah we would win kids you know my melker grandma saves you from the other side great you reminded she looked like she just came off the mayflower all eyes she died when i was pretty young i love that story about thanks jack you have a good weekend my friend be well let's go next to nancy in texas hey nance go ahead hello pay there are going quick question sure and i wanna know what your thoughts an opinion okay okay a recent lease the la pd just announced that as well uh robert wagner is a person of interest in the mood natalie wood shave and i'm like wondering what is your thoughts about this well you know one arkia common awad on an investigation because i'm not part of the investigation i was not on the yacht i have no idea actually a hundred witnesses came forward and gave the police uh enough evidence for them to say what they said and that was uh things are does matching up things just don't sound right um and that's really all i can say i mean uh i wasn't there so i don't know i don't know but a hundred new witnesses have come forward and in all they're going to start the probing the case uh tr tragedy tragedy she was a wonderful dynamic actress and now just dug great growth and everything else uh we are going to take a break pretty soon and come back in give you a tribute memorial.
"robert wagner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Robert wagner wait what's his uh knowing your rights robert wagner is now being investigated as the gated presumably around the death of nelly would but no this is actually another celebrity actor who um was caught up in a law uh unlawful death a m razi weird scraggly hair oh jim carey i am swatting suzanti when one jim carey is not in the best of health and is slowly reaching a howard hughes level annoying passive health that sorry that throws means he will now now while i mean apparently and that's the reason for the blind either wolf all right we gotta run but here's the thing you guys who'd gray i'm very proud of figured i have you back in hey when we come out we combat when we come back find out why the gerber baby was trending this week we've got a google trends expert right here on my talk one of seven one no one of seven one as a station that care we find charitable causes that are without hope and try to make things better it's what we do year after year that's why for the second straight valentine's day minds ought one seven one is gonna save your we've made reservations for two at four of the most coveted valentine five in the twin cities burst state the lexington grand cathay and merited and now we need to hear from you the brokenhearted the forgetful the forgot basically anybody are left for valentine's day kim has good subsidary about to let us save your for valentine's day go to my top want us other onecom key word valentine is being tell us how desperate you are or how badly your wouldbe data's rude up in our panel of cuba.
"robert wagner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"With bruises and cuts came from on board the boat uh or on board uh the a and and as a result of anything from from robert wagner a lot of science today we come into play here whether it be dna or we on what was under her fingernails or or anything like that but back then you know we're talking almost forty years ago that that a lot of that is gone they're working on paperwork reports of what we've done forty years ago but they don't have access to any of that evidence any longer i any access to everybody so this is all working on bury old technology with very limited information but while they may have their suspicions holding it up in a court of law at this point they say there's no way that that anything could be filed against uh robert wagner because they could never approve it in a court of law robert wagner is going to make another statement you know in in my day job i'm a practicing criminal defense lawyer and was a prosecutor for many years who tried cold cases i know how difficult these things are and i if i were advising robert wagner is his attorney i mean there's no way i'd let him talk is there any indication that he's going to know it seems like hey he's playing the waiting game here he's eighty seven years old it nieto a weather he did do something and was involved in it or didn't that uh that this waiting game is working for him up until now he's a free man and has had a seemingly good life that he's getting up there and in age and now i you know would seem if he just continue to not talk to police that it may work out to his benefit because uh you know either he.
"robert wagner" Discussed on 790 KABC
"In order by somebody to the case reopened after robert wagner was husband at the time for death has been considered a person of interest but he has refused to speak with investigators zach believes that's part of the allure of the case to begin with i think because robert wagner has never talked about this and that's an oddity in and of itself this was as he said the love of his life the woman he twice married someone who drowned under circumstances that are always labelled as at the very least mysterious turner in a statement from representative robert wagner he tells us quote thanks for reaching out but there is nothing further comment on in this matter at this time five in hollywood ungenerously mac nbc news thank you john coming up next year on the news at six o'clock as we continue our u fit to be tied in traffic wait till you hear about a new proposal that could carry you around congestion on the 405 freeway then dangerous on set actress over thurmand releases some new video of a crash during a film done and why she says harvey weinstein is to blame i'm vargas in orange a car chase a standoff at them police end in the dog mother learning about the suspect nets there are four alive double network is bringing back in the santa anna it you know what that means windy drier even warmer if that is in order to believe i've got the forecast for your community straight ahead we'll see in ah claire nbc force today in la now i have our earlier and that half hour more weekday mornings.
"robert wagner" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"She was in new zealand and this guy tried to take a shot at her uh but they're saying the media than cover it and say there wasn't an attempt and then the guy mysteriously died in jail like it's full of so much confirmed shit and they're right you know many islamic terror groups have put a fucking target on the family so watch out for the wedding to be crazy but i don't know against so you think that'd be in the news yeah bill another real news sorry la no offence to the oil who if you look right above jfk buried next to nazi south america's hidden shame that so so fuck with joe kennedy said at a response because his fucking great uncle as buried next to a nazi and then that's about it also natalie wood case solved oh finally 'cause i was i was reading i had some think book mark about that but yes and solve it and there are because she cheated with chris walk in a robert wagner flew into jealous rage oh so case coal that is that is what people think like take happened but that's the thing that i feel like the media has just in the back of their file of like stories that can always come up yeah has like if there's no snowstorm coming or something they're just go robert wagner has been a person of mystery lake for ten years and mail just mention it again every fucking time or they'll abdul hand investigate they asked the lead investigator is is he a suspect in he said no i'd say he's a person of interest so it's just like you know that is nothing that tells us nothing well and it is not the investigator coming out and saying that blake motivated by him having some new information it is the meat.
"robert wagner" Discussed on KKAT
"Know look i don't know if anybody up short not i happened to be over the holidays watching tcm and they did a natalie wood sort of festival i'll alec baldwin sits there and he does what robert ores osborne use do the old guy for the movie expert whatever now alec baldwin dozen he has a guest so his guest was during this natalie would a festival is for walking robert walker robert wagner what robert waring lifestyle robert wagner was sitting there and he's tearing up he's talking about her relationship he he was married to her they got the forest and then he they rekindled and he sitting there actually tearing up and i'm thinking to myself yeah you killed the match all the never call it of course ussino j get emotional two i love her i love her we know you killed or so these guys are active back then so he's essentially uh you know ted kennedy arctic kennedy of hollywood 100 percent in other words this room or because he was on this very popular show heart to heart and he played the husband and the very lovely stephanie powers played the wife while about the same time not only would died sorted william holden i guess who was jeff the was stephanie who seventy powers husband so the woods his this thought that maybe the montiel cup always doing of and they can't end up together in real life but of course it wasn't true but robert wagner definitely played a part deal now it's death you know how william holden died from heart attack i thought he he did having sex he slipped and fell he was drunk okay slipped and fell and hit his head or something see we're not saying acts to see what i'm saying let's not leave which violence when she can swim hold accidentally hit its ed and now company powers robert wagner bold single and marilyn monroe diesel not by the maggio the right to wake up christopher walken talking to people magazine a six for every day i don't know what happened she slipped and fell in the water i was in bed than it was a terrible thing look we're in a conversation i won't have it's an effing bore that's what he tells us he said that the magazine magazine said walking snapped and his response in his response and.
"robert wagner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With overcast skies wbz news time five fifty five film and television actor robert wagner has a new book i love her in the movies memories of hollywood's legendary agd says in the book in her gives an look at iconic stars that graced our screens over the years wbz's tina gao spoke with wagner about his extensive are you've spent more than sixty years aimed film and television as yet look through the kaleidoscope of your journey so far what has brought you the greatest pride and joy uh uh uh arctic were brought regretted crowded droid who admitted that i grew up our screw working rule during georgia on redoing movie of the canary islands uh i've i've always got um uh it for professional at i picked peter and i always wanted to be an true and it worked out i was just so fortunate so so terribly terribly fortunate to meet people in the caspian things and i just kept going on tried to live out you know of current and in the moment i'm very grateful seaney in plenty movies unser's including two and a half man which you are fabulous unball tonga tries georgia at the bar seena was great i do did you know that you wanted to become an actor on a firm believer that we all have you discover this was you were you know i veto the book starts off with norman who was a very famous and big gigantic movie saw the biggest at that time when i was introduced to her when i was 17 years old bagged think somehow dragged on me how i was just crazy about the movies movie stars and i was in proximity through a lot of them because i do their daughters and sons and it was just i was involved with a lot of people that were creators and very big contributors to the motion picture industry and wanted to be i wanted to be an actor and it worked out i got lucky very lucky indeed that was of course legendary robert wagner.