17 Burst results for "Robert stack"
"robert stack" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It's back on Netflix. So they brought back a show that honestly kept me up at night. Just if I would ever watch this on the back in the day, and I watched it in a knot hour, I taped it watched it and not our yes actually put in a videotape in Washington. Just the music alone. Used to freak me out on the voice of Robert Stack. Robert Stack was the best, John. I went back on YouTube a couple nights ago late at night and watching old episodes. I got chills. They're freaking Yes. Okay, Here's what I'm gonna say it in 1989. I'm not ruining anything for this is the part of the music that really got me. Right there. It's like, Oh, my gosh, I will tell you this Netflix You disappointed me a little bit. In the reboot. I just watched the first episode. But unsolved mysteries used to give me three or four unsolved mysteries in one show. Not one story In one episode, I watched 48 hours mystery for that. That Arun Moriarity lover Watch Dateline or watch 2020 for something like that. Unsolved mysteries was quick. 10 minutes, 15 minutes three or four different stories. I'm a little disappointed that it's like one story per episode. That's not unsolved mysteries and by the way Robert Stack. Can't be with us..
"robert stack" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The world is listening right now she's got her fingers in her ears that's pretty scary it's cool your watch unsolved mysteries Robert stack it was it was a great show yeah there was one with far Jonathan Frakes from from the start drag N. G. road I mean he had a great one I don't know I don't know if it what it was called though and that's not sorry I'm sorry I know why I'm laughing at just you mentioned the name Jonathan Frakes and as to what was his character's name I hope my god if you were gonna be so mad breaker yeah that's it records right best best Star Trek character ever Reicher no yes come on Shatner man now did you watch the next generation not really well there you go you are I saw the movies yeah so the next generation movies I never really watched the original Star Trek either or any of the spin offs I wasn't a big big Star Trek fair enough whatever movies they made I saw yeah and I like plenty of them I thought I remember really liking that generation movie with the boards it didn't work where Patrick Stewart becomes a Borg yeah I remember really like an adult Selby had Jonathan Frakes had one you leave it'll merit three one two nine eight one seven hundred is the phone number unsolved crimes what we're talking about Robert stack we're Izzy we'll we'll find out talk more about it three one two nine eight one seven two.
"robert stack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Just I I couldn't get used to it it was like watching the untouchables with Robert stack and then and then seeing it and a movie with Kevin Costner and and some I'll it just wasn't it wasn't Eliot ness right he wasn't hard boiled enough and and people may have been joined it may have been just me but I I couldn't get used to it right I enjoyed I I you know the music was different everything was different they even they even had a a to our Robert stack reunion our special or whatever on the untouchables and and it was it just was not the same now father knows best that was a little different there were a couple of reunion shows in fact I watch our Christmas reunion a couple of months ago and that wasn't so bad they were all grown up and and you can handle that and and they they reprise their roles of more and and care of course there's more in shape and was back as Kathy the one person who resented everything was Billy gray I knew you bring the site who played by the Anderson because in the television show he always was the the the the the candle made mistakes you know the school would would send them off to a spelling contest in a city and a hotel and it was always but they ran up the big bill by going crazy to impress people and having to have to pay for it was always but who had a car accident and are a traffic ticket and would ask Betty to take the blame right ha ha and and he resented that and by the way just as a a a little piece of trivia in the in the Annie oakleys television series he was in the pilot to play tag her nephew yes he didn't he didn't get the role but but that was one of the that was one of the things that he was involved in as a kid growing up yeah start to you so I can take a break with even get a phone call already so where are sent to hit the ground running I'll let you continue after these messages here in BC the time and the temperature or twelve seventeen thirty five degrees the.
"robert stack" Discussed on Material
"So I my husband, and I are both going Robert stack for Halloween because we kind of phoned in the Halloween costumes this year because we just weren't thinking. And then we got invited to an outing. And we were like, you know, let's go do it. And we both thought it'd be a kick to just. Print on some index cards like some of the actual cases because there's a whole like Wikipedia devoted to it. And then just kind of walking around and coming out from corners behind walls and just like join me perhaps you can solve a mystery. And then, you know, reading all these like really sad stories of things that have happened to people. No, I would be much more knowing that someone opened the door, and I would say. Giving candy what they didn't know was that a trick. Often was it aliens. Or was it just poorly timed? Excellent wasn't aliens. I actually need to correct myself because I clicked a little bit more deeper than I did the last time whatever buttons I saw or thought I saw a little bit weird. Now, I appreciate that the button isn't like this the button, isn't I will now delete all your stuff right now. It's please take me to a list of all my Google activity. And I'll on each one of those like if I want to get your your nice enough to share say, okay, okay. Visited material episode one seventy four Google docs, visited connected absent. Okay. Let's. So yes today, I was working on the show. Okay. Find a conservator. Okay. That was paper conservation. My goodness. What what lucky thing that I kept into its? Anything barris saying think, well, it's you know, his is there anything in barris thing. I mean, wow. Visited Al Jean on Twitter, and the tweet that I. Okay. Here's a here's a tap. Okay. That's right. Because it is. I was what say my God, you know, you even like the third party apps, then realized that no they are. They're also indexing. I know they have they have they have revealed in the past that they are including Twitter in social stuff like that. If you'd like to check this out yourselves, dear listeners, you can go to willing to make sure this page loads. Okay. My after you log into Google account and your browser you, go to my activity dot Google dot com. Backslash my titty, and you go in there..
"robert stack" Discussed on Poop Culture
"Go. Right there couldn't afford to pay for the rest of the story. That's why. There's no investigative journalism non, not on the side, and I really hope she got the crown because if there's anybody who understands the pulse in the heartbeat of America, it's this young lady, a cheerleader handing out pot brownies on homecoming. That's a good fucking idea for the team guys. You're eat this pot brownie. You'll be fucking fantastic today. I don't really feel like playing football. The. Pretty old wants fun. Jons. No need on the sideline. Skittles. Grieve, has anyone got any gushers do. Have you guys felt the fucking field. It's weird if I pull this by the foot out, do I look like John Simmons. That whole giant barrel over there filled with blue Gatorade. Oh man. That would be what idea. Awful. Hey, how she? We don't know if she one, maybe we'll dig into that. We'll find out, but they didn't give her name and she was just being accused maybe that was part of it, they can say, you know, 'cause it's alleged at this point. Sounds like it was a half baked investigation. Buffoon. Killed more. Such import give. Here's some more important news. This is this. This guy's also winning it life. I would say there's a forty four year old, getting Barton Bishop, which is probably the greatest professional wrestling name that never was yes, because every time you eat them, you would be beating the Bishop. Well, police might beat him if they ever catch up with them. He's arrested back in July for stealing various things, including garden gnomes from people's lawns. And we're not talking just like a few. We're talking like dozens. He was doing court a few weeks ago to face sixty seven counts of receiving stolen property, but he knows showed. So now there's worn out for his arrest. And the Louisville police are looking to track him down with the help of area residents. So yes, there's a man on the run. The jig is up. The news is out, and this guy's got a bunch of gnomes and he's on the run as a renegade. Sounds like such a good you should have done this in your Jack or you Robert stack voice. I don't do Robert stack, what are they trying to hire somebody to do. Tonight on solve mysteries a, can't you rob. Nobody can do rob stacking. He's dead possible. I looked, there's eight million Morgan Freeman's. There's a dozen, Michael Caines. Nobody does a Robert stack impersonation. There's one guy on the internet that does a spot on Robert stack impersonation and I can't get a hold of the guy. I don't know where he is what's become of him, but he used to do video mystery. Tonight. That's the only thing I ever member. God damn inception of unsolved. You gotta Robert stack impression is that's gone missing? It's funny. I don't know if we told the story before told Mark for sure, because we talked about it earlier when I was in high school. Allegedly. There was allegedly in high school. Just last week, that part is that part is also on founded, but there was allegedly a group of kids that stole a pair of garden gnomes quite expensive, pair of pewter garden gnomes from a house and over the years, took pictures of these gardens at different locations around the world. And sent postcards and Christmas cards back and forth with photos of these, no, to the people to after awhile. I heard that they found it forms the Travelocity marketing team. That's what it was. That's right. Faster Roman about the country. Man. Wow. Now that you see that the mystery has been solved yet police hope to catch this guy, no matter what..
"robert stack" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"But let's before I get into that, that's an off air conversation. Let's get back to uncommon valor. Never inherited. Here's, here's the cast. Gene Hackman, Robert stack. Patrick Swayze Fred ward who you know you talk about character. Actors sees has resume is incredibly impressive, and you wouldn't think that this guy would be a good actor because he's most known forgetting the shit kicked out of them by Larry Holmes in a heavyweight, boxing match where he virtually didn't fight back for fifteen rounds. It was just like, I'm happy to be here. You can hit me all you want. You're not going to hurt me. You're not gonna. Knock me out Randall Tex Cobb, whoa, he played a Vietnam vet. Basically, it's a movie about Gene Hackman. Thanks. His son is still alive in Vietnam. So he gathers his old troop and they go into at Phnom to rescue his son, right believe is still alive in a POW camp. I don't want. Why don't wanna spoil a movies. D. end of it for you. But so it's it's a movie that just didn't do that well for whatever reasons you know. But it's Gene Hackman made an amazing movie..
"robert stack" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I projected a hundred years in the future and i put together a symposium that is responsible for bringing to light to humanity all of the education resources government everything social sciences maurice folk ways entertainment all those things how are they going to change as we venture into this immortal existence okay so that's what the symposium does and i basically break it down into different professors doing their presentation so i have one in economics i have one in engineering i had you know education anthropology whatever you know the whole thing well the symposium is going on one hundred years in the future and the the president of a university is the one that's responsible for putting together a symposium you know a lot of the story lying to the book was based on how she grows up and everything she's one hundred years old she's got about fifteen years left of life well there's people that don't believe what she's putting forward in the symposium and there's physical attacks different locations but they're against all the idea that we're going to be moving forward into a totally different world and so then it's a matter of trying to control those attacks as well and then toward the end it actually shows the resolution of that as we actually then are able then to make that break in time and then it jumps two hundred fifty years in the future and you hear you rica we've made the discovery right john sounds like you really may have some insight there into the future how about we take a trip into space now with robert stack this guy loves space travel he's written several books on space travel his fourth is entitled time to travel again in space robert how you doing yeah and it's it's the same six major characters.
"robert stack" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"Conspiracy theories and we said no that's not what this podcast is if you want conspiracy theories or true crime go to one of the many wonderful podcasts that do that on their own yeah sure that's not us but the same time it just sometimes i mean it's a fun place to visit but i don't wanna live there so in the visiting sense we got an airbnb and the subject of mystery folks and i'll tell you what it's private it's beautiful it's got a c and we don't understand it and it's exactly the end and yet we're we're very confused and puzzled by airbnb exactly so which i have been in real life a bunch of time if you've been puzzled by your ab i've i've got no place in switzerland that says like entire home and then i'm like on this is your basement i get that you can't enter down through stairs but i'm legit attached to your home it's a really weird just signed just entire whole airbnb before yes actually i have that is one of the check marks in in in the search i always sometimes it shared and i don't wanna see but it sounded like it was painted sign on the door to sit entire home when the basement but it just says entire home winnie the pooh sign one of the letters backers guys it's it's best way to get buffalo bill dude the mystery of winnie the pooh mysteries guys so we're yeah the theme this week different from conspiracy theories sort of yeah no they're different unsolved mysteries right so like here's a good robert stack or was it nimoy he did what show was oh gosh that one from the seventies i forget miseries no robert stack nimoy did like the scifi alien e one the one that we saw on the history channel back before it turned into just you know that with the hair yeah home improvement whatever like ancient alien which should what we should also this with we are not experts on these subjects yes we did little to no research and we're going to be wrong with anything anything and everything so there's your opportunity to do some research on your own exactly news we are this week how this.
"robert stack" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I of fiction book but you look at that too and what they show on the untouchables with robert stack it's really a true story it was about what went on in chicago about organized crime and it's the same with her book i mean she wouldn't admit it but it's a very tempting book to read what's the is called the fens because well that the you know the fans as in by fenway park that's where some of the evidence pops up but i again i don't want to reveal too much i talked about the untouchables in chicago i gotta tell you roy if if you've ever if anyone's ever been out to chicago they basically i i don't know what the official word is but they have a oh what a gangster tour that you can take will you get on a bus and these two guys dressed in a kind of like zoot suits who just looked like they stepped out of a nineteen thirties episode of the untouchables drives you around and narrates you that's a drive through the city of chicago and they point out where the the valentine's day massacre happened with this happened with that happened they show some of the buildings in chicago where there are still bullet holes from some of the shootouts there during the thirties in prohibition era and the like and it's it's kind of you know it's sorta tongue in cheek but also fun in in in factual pretty interesting route enclosing robert stack and welte wind chill played very good roles in that series.
"robert stack" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Jokes what we've already seen this john right in front of us before and i don't think people realize how much of that factors in to whatever two or three or follow up you're doing whether it's superheroes or whatever we're so in we think it's the movie but we're really being introduced to the style of movie making so there's almost almost mathematically impossible to have that movie no matter how many great jokes are in it to hold up to airplane because we were so enamored with john ryan and the and the verbiage yeah and i think that there is a one of the unique qualities about things that happened in airplane was it was cast with these guys who had spent decades perfecting the art of being dramatic actors and then all of a sudden they're up there making fun of themselves and there's something that one of the reasons i love parody is because ultimately parodies working we're kind of laughing at ourselves oh gosh i took call me shirley seriously in no i don't so so when we laugh at that joke a little bit we're we're kind of laughing at ourselves in with leslie nielsen and robert stack and peter graves and lloyd bridges in airplane a little bit everybody knew that they were dramatic actors who were laughing at themselves so there wasn't just the comedy there was a kind of a sweet thing they had a self effacing sense of humor about their own work robert stack always maybe a little underwriter maybe a little flying under the right of it always great in in when pull sunglasses smaller sunglasses i don't know why made me laugh when he was like still had his finger on this.
"robert stack" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Are you watching tv are you in the office what are the sounds that they hear and then utilizing that to be able to figure out what ads you should be served at that moment that best match your situation oh i'm sorry does that still freak you out 'cause it should cause it really really should so yeah they're all wondering what to do now at onto this the big dog amazon can talk about being the big dog all at once apple's the one with all the cash in the bank b's us might be worth more money apples got more cash an apple just said privacy is just like freedom of speech and freedom of the press now what silicon valley do how do they react to this because apple has drawn a line in the sand apple has dropped the marker you live up to the apple code and credo or get left behind or get left out or just lose a tremendous amount in the market your choice man silicon valley's going to have some reckoning just watch i have got so much more to get to including the story of the data and the march for our lives it is amazing i can't wait to share it all with you but first producer brian baker what's been overheard overheard today i'm brian baker hey here's something you don't hear about every day a bunch of teenagers got into a fight at a fast food restaurant and tore the place up milwaukee police want you to know they're looking for the suspects involved in the fight which occurred at a wendy's restaurant on the city's north side so yeah you got family up there and let them know as robert stack used to say you might be able to help solve a mystery wendy's patron floyd taylor captured the fight on his cell phone my golly thanks for putting yourself in harm's way there floyd.
"robert stack" Discussed on KGO 810
"It's still in serie them for the purpose of exposing cruel people can be but let me you're doing science eight exactly this is in defence of the poor again i thought this was pretty good though we gave reminds me of a win robert stack and lloyd bridges we're talking about why they were hired to be in the film airplane since they weren't comedy actors robert stack told lloyd bridges you don't get it loyd we are the comedy leslie nielsen of course gutted immediately but the other two actors they didn't understand they were in a comedy for the people were going to laugh at the line things they're so stiff they were stiff serious actors right and they they didn't know it was a comedy it is kind of like vat while i think that's a better version of my magician parable so i don't know just for me who watches bachelor and i was out with a one of our bosses less he said he watches it with his daughter every week it's one of their bonding things and then she watched talks about it with their graham odds one of their bonding things as you said it cuts across generations it for whatever reason do you think you have forgotten read the texts a she's literally oblivious this chick makes me lose iq iq points just listening to her i don't like her she's incredibly shallow nuns speaking to me is making me want to a speaking tour is making me want to die that's that's a negative review yeah please make her goal way on us again as i sought to illustrate often the internet as cruel go on she sounds a stupid as she looks good thing she's pretty boy this chick his effing retard the hopeful lowering while he kill me now may now all no more negative it is her name crystal math hole c right listening to this vapid i'm not going to finish that one awesome so sorry to hear this and i mean we got i don't know how many hundreds of those in a matter of minutes so done so was at some sort of fiery instinct in you because i mean if somebody like a doctor oz comes into our show and says no it's not going to be your way it's going to be my way knock and the.
"robert stack" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"Oh yeah you andrew arrays sugar they talk about iran her arrest sugar talk about an reservoir dogs yeah like i ask chris brown was talking about here this is this is pointless it's so funny because it's a show with an african american lead and the opening songs sung by the whitest but the people on the hilarious other market family sounds like the people in saying up up in a way in my beautiful bologna although they were black were they jack up up in that you mention leadership may reply caused letters they sounded so fucking white to me on whether sold records i'm gonna go back and real now no that's right they made they made that sound palatable for white americans late sold a ton of the tunnel records our had some really good so stuff too i mean i've i've let you marry me be banned but up in a way was like a gentle nudge on your side gear at so fat out how do you know searches on using mart businessman body know so much of our music because of all my years in the music yeah earth summit nam nam nam mighty ducks is being reboot at the mighty ducks as into a tv series as a tv show yes as derbyshire get away with that stop heat supping part of the problem be part of the solution i'm not saying you're right who writes original ideas this is cluttering up a landscape where people who have ideas for new things won't be able to get them on television because the mighty ducks are going to be our i understood saved them i can't should other than because i made fucking task so but but it wasn't reboot it from the fifty series tusk starring robert stack it was a brand new tusk ido but in the future our plan to review baron up and then this one the kicking the balls of all kick in the balls this week bringing back crocodile dundee.
"robert stack" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Well i liked it thanks man me too so let's go back to the start you just directed this movie you were just in hamilton s and now you did wow an out you have had such a wide ranging career pretty hera leon in your career did you expected to be so multifaceted i don't know my my expectations starting out were certainly very wideeyed and askew an and fantastical how so i'm like what was your dream as a kid my dream you know once once i was determined to have a career in the in the entertainment industry which pretty young was too you know book that get that first big break be a tv or movie um then be a djeddai or a superhero then moved to the united kingdom and live there and become a citizen oh and eventually get to be you know a eighth or ninth generation james bond while that was the goal i love the you are so ambitious it fell apart so how do you work your way into this space here and now like the as a kid you wanna do it do you start studying acting like in high school and college yeah even even younger i come from kind of his show biz adjacent family nice my mother's aunt married robert stack who's the host of unsolved mysteries and was elliott nests in the untouchable series before that haul um so there was there is a little awareness my dad was an aspiring actor when he was younger and then aspiring musician and then fulltime contractor and needed to pay the rent.
"robert stack" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast
"And i think that the humor while help actually give people an eye opening view of what real life as like anti even fight terrorism i mean you have to boil it down to some kind of human story even though it set in an exotic location if it contains basic human characters in human emotions and conflicts you're you can make it work any were i think okay so you work on your film but in the back of your mind just think about his rao and may be naked gun the key thing is just getting backing for something in usually my ideas a little bit weird so here it is i learned well like from the very start when we tried to pitch airplane flew what you wanna do a a comedy starring robert stack and leslie nilsson forgive thou what are they going to be funny in new york was a comedy without comedians and the ideas i have now are is out there is that was back in 1980 i think that what you just said would certainly apply to the middle east and i think that here unlike in hollywood where there is a dime a dozen rain everyone is pitching their next script at the coffee shop to their housekeeper whatever here you are a jam a diamond in the rough i mean it's like he would have so much potential here this is me being selfish well of course his yes but maybe it's working maybe you think about it 'cause you're planning to come back here again dell definitely will come back here again wanna bring the family there's a whole film festival right now that basically is all your films how kerinci arisen invited cookie of rape is good to know well you're doing a qna andrew during in which are looking forward to actually plug that over this won't be out ah ellison to unbia i had a million question you mr and you must achieve out for you.
"robert stack" Discussed on KKAT
"One man those who really truly gets it their transcripts of the president's discussion was foreign leaders that are leaked into the media i have never read anything like this whole transcripts of telephonic discussions between the press in the united states and the president or leader of another country foreign country leaked right out of the media leaks coming from top levels of the federal bureau of investigation josh shore whose roxburgh radio america which it all really mean that's would hear four six talk radio with the poles taken the big news of a day seriously but not much else it's the danish shell okay so we've been discussing we've been doing some really good ranked top five stuff and i think that it's it's especially good when you need a break right it's especially a specially good we need a break and so what i what i thought we could do is now where we started topfive and now here we are so today is no different it's time for rain top five tv show now cain and i were arguing maybe perhaps you heard about it never happens we were we were arguing about what is the best show of all time or just current and i wanna current keane's at all time and see was looking boots so he also said alltime list so here we are the here we are with top five tv shows of all time says and how we're going to do it and you only get five you can have some honorable mentions but it doesn't count it's really it's just your top five and this is a hard because i don't i'm not a huge tv watcher person so it's really difficult there was like i remember i used to watch unsolved mysteries as a kid just because of their dude and his creepy voice was this name all i know is everything he said was scary he could show you insurance and it was terrifying is this but he was fantastic robert somebody here mr mrs somebody or others kids i forget robert stack is at hand it i.
"robert stack" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Top ten most wanted list yeah we grew up being fans of the shows unsolved mysteries in america's most wanted and so kind of paying a little bit of a tribute to those two shows you know there there is this list this living breathing list that's provided to us by the fbi in anybody at any time can go to their website and look at the photos of these wanted individuals read about the stories and it's something that i think that not a lot of us are paying attention to and we got a lot of webs luther is out there we got this whole community of people looking for these terrible people that we talk about every week but there's this list there's this list of people that we should be hunting yeah and i it's a list that i haven't checked out in a while but going back to the unsolved mysteries and america's most wanted if you could host if you could revive one of those shows and you could be the host which show would you pick well see here's the thing captain i with one 100 percent without without fault i i immediately would pick unsolved mr i just choice i mean roberts tax voices so incredibly good because you're the host doesn't mean you get a sound like robert stack new out right right in but that's what scares me it would be very big shoes to fill you know what i mean he did such a good job with that any he was like creepy enough that it the added to the creep factor of the show will colonel here creepy enough to fill is creepy shoes will i i will take that as a compliment law really was on compliment but let's uh let's dive into the history and some of the cases at fascinate us on the fbi's most wanted list for over sixty years the fbi has sought the public's assistance in a very special way through one of their most effective longest running publicity programs the top most wanted fugitives list.