18 Burst results for "Rod Serling"
"rod serling" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"And I never wanted to be cavalier about it but I was wondering you're talking about when she actually consider it all that I look at everything before I call this guy a name or make fun of this guy or be judgmental of this fellow and I'm not. Not, that I have a true understanding of why somebody steps out like that because I really don't and I've never on a personal basis done that even appreciated that kind of behavior I just don't. He may be approved. I don't care, but just never never appreciate that. Me I always felt that if we can go in it openly and you can leave it open, you don't need to screw up the thousand in the meantime. People do all the time you leave. have their rune, which should be an open until you're done with it. But. Nevertheless that's what that that fellow got involved in I'm sure without trying to make an excuses from anyone. That some of that had to do with him dealing with depression impression and all the things that he was dealing in many instances you know when when you're a writer. Especially in in his particular field. I mean you're dealing with corporate sponsors. Giving them all kinds of hassles about the racial overtones of of his work, but the social implications of his work. I mean one time he he mentioned something into his script about a match and the the the the commercial sponsor of twilight zone. Let's listen you need to take that crap out. Now I'm Ronson I'm a lighter produce. So I, can't be talking about matches on this show I'm trying to sell some damn ladders here. That's literally what he had to do. A guy got kicked out I mean so they were not playing around sponsorship. In. The world of Rod serling the nineteen fifties would not the same as they are. Now now a- show gets controversial they risk that they can lose to sponsor. The other way it was that's that's different back. Then there was an entirely different way the sponsor paid for the show if you did something dumb did literally having somebody out there to to the studio hey, this by the way. How about you stop this crap. We're gonNA just walk away. That's how it used to be back in. So they had a real say in how things went how things were said. And that's why he had to do a lot of couching and science fiction and horror and fantasy and all kinds of different things. I think one time he had a episode where he had the Jewish Person Lens instead of a black person because he couldn't do that. Even, though the actually was happening during the time, he's doing the show in the south. So. There was so much stuff. He added simply allude to allegory all of that just because those who thinks he was up to so imagine you dealing with all that. You dealing with your own demons from war to you don't want all kinds of depression you're dealing with exhaustion. He still got a family to got to contend with and the wife. So and and of course, drinking do whatever you can do to kill whatever pain is. I guess you know. Slipping over the to a another woman now, and then probably seemed like practically standard fare for him..
"rod serling" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Heard a whole lot of people in here talking tonight about this group and that group of domestic violence blacks, these minorities and dot monarchy. What I wanna know is when are you all going to start standing up for the majority, and here's who The majority's I'm the majority. I'm a law abiding citizen who has never shot anybody never committed a serious crime never committed a felony. I've never done anything like that. But it seems like every time we have one issues Nobody wants to blame. Put the blame where it goes. Which is that the shooter speed. You want to put it at my feet. You want to turn around and restrict my right. Constitutional right, spelled out in black and white. You want to restrict my right to buy a firearm and protect myself from some of the very people. You are talking about it here tonight. It's ridiculous. I don't think Rod Serling could come up with a bear script. It does not make any sense the law abiding citizens of this community and make communities around this country. We're the first ones taxed and the last once considered and first once place when things like this happens because our rights are the ones that were being taken away. That's the reason why I came out here to the gun show or no gun show in IRA or note in all right. I'm here to stand up for the law abiding citizens of this community because I'm gonna tell you what's gonna happen. You can take the guns away from us all you want to you all right Along I follow along. I'll bring my guns down here. I'll tear omy. But here's what's gonna happen. The Crips and the Bloods on the other side of town. They're not gonna turn their guns in the hold onto and what's gonna happen when you have to send the police down there to go take it. Police can barely enforce the laws. It is. It's what I see. We demonize the police criminalise and vilify the police and we make the criminals in the victims. And we're talking about restricted. Don's How are you gonna do that? How are you gonna do that when the police department's already hamstrung You got to be able to go down here. Take these guns from.
"rod serling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Rod Serling and The Twilight Zone here's Jesse when sterling submitted a script called the time element to CBS as the pilot for the twilight zone CBS used the script for another show Westinghouse does he replace nineteen fifty good evening ladies and gentlemen and welcome to another Westinghouse digital by house tonight we're going to see story written by run starting and starring William Bendix our story begins in a doctor's office the patient is sitting there he walked into this office nine minutes ago this would have been the original premiere episode of The Twilight Zone the story concerns a man who has vivid nightmares about the attack on Pearl Harbor the signs to visit psychiatrist can you tell me one simple statement whether or not I'm off my rocker without dragging in Sigmund Freud wrote a medical school English can you tell me what's wrong with me I can try thank you for having this dream I've had I don't know five or six times now what sort of never have any wacky dreams it seemed real sure I guess we all have whatever happened over and over again Richard same dream the same dream I don't it doesn't change the twist ending reveals that the patient died at Pearl Harbor the psychiatrist was actually the one individual yes I have been on the rocks the guy in the picture not only on the other S. P. Johnson is a ten by no Canson that's all he was killed the episode received so much positive fan response at CVS greenlit the.
"rod serling" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It to beaver the Lone Ranger and I Love Lucy The Twilight Zone was a dark psychological thriller mixing fantasy with suspense in the dark hours of the night we were shocked that they are can you after graduating high school in nineteen forty three rod Serling began his military career serving in the eleventh airborne division in World War two nightmares and flashbacks for the rest of his life it influenced much of his writing I was traumatized into writing my world it's like going through a war in a combat situation feeling that desperate sense to terrible for some sort of therapy get out of my god write it down this is the way it began for me because I came back with eleven million other guys with very similar problems it was not unique nor was it not to be expected we we had a very special problems that we were going to write about he was face to face with death every day if you use the unpredictability of tests in his writing I can I can see with anybody not falling into this pattern rights has certain special loves certain special hang ups certain special pre occupations and predilections in my case it's a hundred to be young again desperate hunger to go back where it all began and I think you'll see this as a running threat to a lot of things in Iraq and part of creativity of course is being able to have the capacity to convey that kind of hunger that kind of nostalgia kind of bitter sweet feeling to those who have never happened throughout the nineteen fifties rod Serling established himself as one of the most popular names in television he was also famous for criticizing the motives of other television writers at the time I'm not convinced that ninety.
"rod serling" Discussed on KTRH
"That he felt like that we were living in a Twilight Zone and he you know we're talk about rod Serling retire about how you know many of them I was young when many of the twilight zones came out I mean many people older than me remember when they were first coming out but I remember they were out we watch a lot of reruns for on thanksgiving you could see the Twilight Zone marathons which are good and I will tell you I said yeah I said you know one of the things people don't realize about rod sterling is is that he is cynical a lot of what he wrote what he wrote those it'll tidbits of what role did TV series is classic TV series he was very cynical about the future and that's why many of the stories had these the cynical endings you know one of my favorite ones is the monsters are due on maple street in fact if you watch that that that that's one that's the single out that when people are scared how they react okay and I was speaking to him about how it was my favorite he was give me some of his favorites I said if you ever heard of black mirror there's no I've never heard of black mirror and I said black mirror you need to see that movie that the TV show to TV series you watch on Netflix I told him I said it basically is like The Twilight Zone that paints a bleak picture of how we interact with our new technology in the future it's actually you know people said that it's the twilight zone of the twenty first century and the show when you're watching this you you understand that you know that did it the guy that writes it and produces it many of the things that he is will actually written and produced come true and then of course I was having a discussion with Christy Williams she was the woman that was here with her and ran with the ouija board short time by the ouija board short time can it was and she was telling me about how we're living in today reminded her of the Netflix film bird box every member Bandersnatch and bird box came out at the same time and Bandersnatch was a product of black mirror and bird box was something else it was that it was basically this dark three fiction or not you're forced to make choices to go beyond your morals your morality because of some crisis is that it's so unknown crisis some invisible enemy remember movie many of us saudades bird box ahead Sandra bullock unit John Malkovich Sarah Paulson and it was when I saw the film and I mean watch again if it's available I saw the film I thought it was some sort of alien invasion film invasion of shadow we demons wincing cause people to kill themselves and it reminded me a lot of the happening none of you knew about films called the happening had M. night Shyamalan he did the film basically the film has suffered from a lot of bad acting but it was about how a group of people just all of a sudden we're dying of some strange disease Donny what it what it is to some invisible disease they found out that it was being passed from person to person by plants it was said that the the the the the plants themselves have a technology a special technology today they can warn other plants of predators and for some reason mother nature decided to trigger these plans to start attacking the predator that put her just having the us and we did a guy didn't whatever it was some you know like pollen or whatever was getting your system which are killing each other we are killing ourselves many of the film like the crazies George Romero getting kind of a zombie film without the zombies it's like get bird box crazy zombies yeah it's like it's just a subtle zombie film without the six psychotic chords you know walking through the streets seeking brains and like Bandersnatch and bird box what we look at here is we look at what I can control the mind and what do people do when they're scared the fear factor okay some mysterious invisible entity it is the it is like your final destination where death is the village there's this invisible entity that they're fighting against you don't see it but you know it's death you know it's fear okay and we did a whole show about we did several shows about these types of movies the bird box movie the Bandersnatch film all these things and I knew that when I was watching Bandersnatch was watching bird box and I was watching the crazies all this better stanchion bird box was impressing me about the idea that algorithms we're controlling the characters of every single one of us and I remember saying the bird box is a metaphor for Twitter and social media and I know it sounds odd but it just seemed to me that something was triggering this type of attitude and it seemed like it had something to do with with the you know they were exposed to something like whether B. and and bird box of course would be as a metaphor for Twitter but they were exposed to something and made them feel terrible about themselves they were exposed to whatever they sought a filter but the Serbs and of to kill themselves and this is like an alien invasion film because you remember invasion of the body snatchers for example there's actually made as a metaphor about the middle controls of communism and how it's like an invisible alien force and other other films you may remember the pain aliens invaders who are there to change your individualist philosophies and becoming dangerous collective philosophy is to create a destructive group dynamic much like what we're experiencing now another film that similar is the live or how about the alien Borg in Star Trek something promotes or actually pushes this as something invisible pushes this idea of creating but group think okay and every group thing comes encroachment of social norms and get and people start doing strange things like start eating tide pods of they start eating cinnamon or the drink bleach with a drink called I mean this is why we've seen this type of thing happen over and over and over again and we've seen you know different memes and monsters and things on on you know the internet like Malmo in river mall mall every give me hell for mobile I got a mobile in my office but momo is is the perfect example this Malmo was his ugly face creature this ugly ugly you know hideous woman they were claiming was showing up in videos urging children to commit suicide right and this is happening all around the same time as bird boxing Bandersnatch in all these films I'm talking about what reminded me of Israel it would Robert highland road he said cultures sure complex of sim symptoms but a dying culture invariably exhibits personal rudeness bad manners lack of consideration for others and minor matters a loss of politeness of gentle manners which is more significant than an all out right pessimism cynicism he sings partnering on a psychographic level if you go down a greater rabbit hole in this is where I begin tonight taking you down the rabbit hole the reason why I want to do this is because I don't think anyone anyone his approach covert nineteen in this way and I'm thinking just thinking if you listen to me if you listen I have to say you're gonna be realizing something about this pandemic I can the films pandemics mass suicides pandemics of people going crazy zombies all this stuff it all starts somewhere whether it's a disease a virus a biological warfare agent or something else that could be happening something else it's far more hideous something that be contextualized and pointed to and shown as being a contributor to why we're losing our humanity what if I were to tell you what he has seen its grip is not human no it's not alive but he pretends to be and we certainly trusted more than we trust our families brothers or sisters or mothers or fathers parents we trusted more than you realize and it's having an effect on every single one of you.
"rod serling" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The episode I miss. the rod Serling Twilight Zone way back did an episode on some some weird old every star that shows where no have the ability to stop time but you can't just stop it for yourself. if you could just stop the hurricane or if you get rid of it the ecological change that would result from that is something nobody can contemplate it would not be good. but people only have the ability to think about the impact on them aren't we need to stop that's there and get away from but the these things are so. intertwined and inter connected with the entire. eagles fear that it it's it's silly to even think about stopping and add d'application is the one thing human beings have that other species do not we can adapt to all these when we have our entire lives the entire lifetime of humanity has been a story of adaptation. his nature is a powerful force that we can't change again dammit up you're gonna re wrote it but you can't get rid of the river you can't you can't. you can't make permanent alterations and things just because the inconvenience you have to adapt to a one way or the other I'm a little long here so I must take a brief time out we'll be back and can no I haven't forgot yet let me you'll get back the up there was there was a massive story of misinformation about how your iPhone was suppose we hacked by a bunch of websites and you had no idea and I want to tell you that the story was very very exaggerated will probably did not affect you..
"rod serling" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Which is supposed to be a playstation move game for the b. s. three and so i think they just recognize that this is played by multiple people like in a single sitting and they're just like all right. Well fuck it. We'll do a co-op game and that i kind of understand now. I have a specific audience in mind for this. Yeah this doom and <hes> let me see here. Hold on this so so you you you you boy here with the with a tweet at us this man with that that serious as walk madigan symphony step. He's walking. Thanks but so you man here with the walking wounded. The hat i mean is this is a character that is just going to be apart is game or now that they're talking about that. This is an anthology he liked the rod. Serling of i think says that's other pitching him as i think he's an evolution of peter storm aircar till dawn who served as a psychiatrist to the main player yeah yeah. That's what i was wondering because you that's me. I'm a ayam today. Some debt guy looks just like my father in law who's telling us. I realized that it's like wow yeah just with less hair that is yeah yeah. That's creepy though thankfully in wave. We'd all expect had to do that. He's going to be sending a home somewhere but now man that is kind of cool if he's if this character is sort of like your where do you go. If this character is sort of like your your crypt keeper are around your rod surly. You know the guy that this. This reminds me of the show night gallery. Oh that sounds familiar night gallery. I'll show you a little bit about done. This is what it reminds me of night a gallery it was it was the treasure i've heard about this and it was rod serling man. Oh the twilight zone this was straight up like you know how twilight zone my have some har- episodes episodes but it was mostly like science fiction and fantasy yeah it was mostly that mostly they're not in this is funny because show gets a a rep for being a harsh oh but is hardly <unk> hardly any harm in it because for specific episodes which were horrible. Those are some of the most popular yeah but rod serling ditta show though straight up hard. It's called night gallery he he he was like the curator at a gallery at night and he he would point to paintings in the pains. Would tell a story oh clearly that's what this is influenced by. That's what this is. That's what it is yeah which makes sense. It's a cool concept. It's fun so he goes to the pains tonight's story where he just bang out intense tonight. Watch aww fuck up these teenage own how you fuck here yeah. I didn't do anything you have the control draw on message with you feel bad yeah. I'll show you something a little bit but that'd be that'd be <hes> that'd be cool. That's a cool way to present. Your games ended especially with this being in a theology series where it won't be as long as until dawn but it's like okay you can craft. I think a really short short but fun experience that yeah actually play multiple times over different scenarios. If this character dies we haven't settled down. I love that with until.
"rod serling" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And is the author of a terrific comprehensive volume on surly ings prolific career two thousand eight teens Rod serling his as life work and imagination and finally and surly as a teacher lecturer writer who has adopted two of our fathers Tele plays aged into short stories one for the Yang jobs and changing of the guard. She's old so the author of a very touching and enlightening memoir about in her father as I knew my dad Rod serling and now we all step into the twilight hey guys lo everybody and.
Jordan Peele to Host His ‘Twilight Zone’ Revival: Hear Him Do Rod Serling’s Iconic Intro (Video)
"CBS announced today that Jordan Peele will serve as the host and narrator of the twilight zone revival of the classic science fiction and Thalji that he is producing with CBS television studios for CBS all access peel steps into the on camera. Roll Virginia twilight zone created rod sterling who introduced the provided narration for episodes of the series during its nine thousand nine hundred fifty nine to nine hundred sixty four run the show will be released sometime next year. He's super talented
"rod serling" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Well let's play and uh our military i think going way back had invisible plants that couldn't be detected by radar he insisted that this was true uh what do you think of uh well you know the b1 bomber and other of them with the with the uh the shapes up there of our supposedly uh present of very very uh miniscule profile to read our but they are essentially invisible and and we already have that we have still still technology already yes if it's it's probably getting better and better and better yes it was what was your favorite sifi tv show growing up up mine well depends on how far back you of the of the star trek series i like the the next generation i like to uh patrick seward he was really a shakespearian level actor i like data uh you know when you when you when you look at how kind of cheap looking the original star trek was it's almost hard to watch it looked like almost like uh folding chairs uh at me and the enterprise uh cockpit there uh is uh i know oh the of course that was great uh we we love that and that but they varied didn't they there were some that that that were so creepy that you could hardly sleep that yeah and there were other is where rod serling had created a single punchline see the whole halfhour is just just building toward that one punch live in one case the guys he collected books for nuclear war in his glasses got crime.
"rod serling" Discussed on KTRH
"Fourth version of the series first created by rod serling 1960 dime newsondemand ktrh dot com our next update's at one time now for more coast to coast i'm eric sharp on these radio seven forty ktrh so it right city he's now sitting lays down what race you've heard about podcast but maybe you didn't know where to start on listening easy just open the free iheartradio app contempt mind yes you'll find collections of our favorite podcasts to help you get started the these names is on gassing length of billions of euro show the way i heard it with my grow and so many more available for free now your favorite radio land can be your favorite podcast app download the free iheartradio app today a new research study just released shows that excess amounts of exercise may actually increase your chance of dying the study looked at over three thousand participants and track their exercise habits and how intense they performed it coronary calcification was measured which is a good indicator of future heart disease the team exp beck did to see more exercise linked to less calcification as the participants reached middleaged after the data was adjusted for variables that might influence that results the team found that people who exercise three times the recommended amount had a 27 percent increase risk of developing coronary calcification over the study period of most interest white men who made up a quarter of the sample were especially likely to have high coronary calcification levels the message from this study is not an exercise is bad for you we may be learning that there is an upper limit to how much exercise we need and that at some point excessive exercise may be harmful i'm.
"rod serling" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"You could good let's go we're going to regret your text and tweets tom you've got one ready force already we do ashley quick pretty quick we at will the phones always going off so you lost your house there is a text from my jared in st louis what do you think rod serling would think about the quality of the movies that come from hollywood today good question as he had a difficult time trying to get movies sold in hollywood yes tv shows worked the movies really didn't i wi you know what i i would think he would like some of them some of the other she would he probably would not hollywood of is really taking it on the chin these these days in terms of not only the allegations among up and even go there but the star quality power of movies is not working right now some of the big stars out there are having busts at the box office yeah i went to see when last week and i won't i won't say in 'cause i don't want it targeting movie but i was so disappointed and it's you know when you pay your money for move you expect something really great better than tv better than what you can see on the tv i like to wait till they hit the dvd stage or the us stream staden and i'd like to watch it in the comfort of the whole yeah there to me it's the it's your your comfortable your relaxed you can pause it you could do all kinds of things you know in the movie house you know that that that was date day when i was a kid from intend to go to the drive in movies so yeah yeah yeah couple of them are coming back but them driveins the properties too expensive you can make enough money with a drivein think people still have date day that's going away that's like for married couples right there was a study a couple of weeks ago that younger kids are not dating like we used to and that's becoming pasay i mean if everything's changing right now the release of new world bank's michael in virginia beat virginia virginia's with us welcome to the.
"rod serling" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The hitchhiker which was not only broadcast on suspense but then a rod serling took the story and created a twilight zone episodes wasn't called hitchhiker it was but it was called some something else but she was talking about how she would come up with these ideas and they were just incidents in her life she said the sorry wrong number our lady you know which was played by agnes more had on radio and then in the movie barbara stanwick play the part she said there was this kind of woman who used to come to the grocery store when she had her baby and she would go to other grocery store to get melcan there was this very annoying woman that would be there allied and be complaining about every reading and she thought i'm gonna make a a radio play about her she desuetude itchy wrote reno scary radio place in things and it was fascinating roger you would love this was wanted my favorite interviews because she was just so happy to talk about her life with bernard herman and are working with orson welles and creating these amazing radio plays and how popular sorry wrong number was when agnes moorhead did it on radio and then how they turned it into a movie and she got to adapt the screen play and working with barbara stanwick it's it's a great it's a great interview i mean she's great ireland or you're able to play i shall we acted played on the air sure yeah maybe i'll do that will maybe will do a night of lucille fletcher radio shows and then play that interview that would be fun we will do that are on halloween right have you thought it would be called her all right well um we are going to listen to the news it's a of its one thirty roger banishes here what's going.
"rod serling" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Of people um my age we i grew up with ray bradbury in rod serling in the twilight zone and whatnot until i loved that kind of uh that kind of fiction that sort of thing but as far as really believing in ufos are really believing in la and abduction and the like no i have to say i i looked at it as a possibility but certainly not a probability and when you got into this you got into it in a big way now tell us a little bit more about how the story came to you yep actually i i was um as you mentioned ever ceo of over of an industrial company and had failed people throughout north america and um one of the fellow that i hired as a sales person out on the west coast um played football with uh pom gifford who is the to subject of the of the story they borsotti foot and that's not is that's not the real name or it is well actually it stephen on health care real name of uh and for the for the book for this version of a book we did uh we did pseudonym but actually they have come out since then uh and welcomed interviews at cetera at least at least to some extent okay so anyway basically he knew i was writer and you told me about his best friend who had gone undergone a really traumatic experience he was sort of doing this um it on his own because these people that had undergone experience it really want to talk about if they were very morbidly shy about if they wanted to keep it to themselves and uh and how moran who is the the sort of intermediate here well you can help out these people maybe and you've run a great story at the same time and so reluctantly because as i said i was doing a different kind of writing reluctantly i said trump i'll meet them what do i have to lose of about on the west coast anyway but when i met uh when i met them it uh was extraordinary these were you know a married couple with children of really upwardlymobile well educated very adjusted uh and the incredibly uh sound whatever normal is they seem normal.
"rod serling" Discussed on KELO
"Am twilight yeah and he was rummage in rod serling at and found some on produced scripts of twilight zone episodes and he told me that rod serling you still use a dick the phone and those stays and would float in his paul yeah i greg with a dick before one next to him floating in and the the you know he headed like in a tube or something and he would that he would dictate his twilight zone episodes and then did have a secretary put it and put it on paper well actually i have a section my book called dumb swimming nhl and the woman pulled a general kind of on a tv is silicon negative thing in the twilight going up to the one up a richard written by earl hammered junior good good down of the walton's at the call but the which included actually to put the left episode of the twilight some theory with the what did there enough very you know rich connecticut neighborhood and i'm assuming that pool and they five under and then big go back to the nineteen century in the small town with like a graham other person and they don't want to get out of that when we cool environment so i think that's women who weapon pumping kind of let me and the calgary alicia the console values for rod serling another thing about rod serling talk about screen place yeah written grip called the man about the first black a president midway have this time was in any all totally ahead of the time absolutely yeah some died way too early to of this hardships that was a very unfortunate so the some some of these up a soldier are amazing i mean you single out to one of our favorite of course to serve them am what a classic right yeah and of course the russians or they're saying you know that and he featured no the union at the un man saying plotted but yeah i mean up a man in mountain humanity to man it's really a reflection on of of curling don't view of human nature which in my book i say you know it's it's week one.
"rod serling" Discussed on KTRH
"On his written sort of the it okay this it's the contending him twilight wentz again he was roman jean in rod serling his at a and found some and produced scripts of twilight zone episodes and he told me that rod serling used to use a dick the phone and those stays and would float in his cool with a dick the four one next to him floating in and the you know he headed like in a tube or something and he would that he would dictate his twilight zone episodes and then did have this secretary put it and put it on paper well actually i have a section in my book called and the women cool women pulled a general kind of on a tv is silicon negative thing in the twilight jonathan took this one up in the richard written by earl hundred junior with the thumb bill walton's at the call but the which includes actually the put the left episode of the twilight zone series with the there enough very you know rich come medic it neighborhood and screaming to pull and they dive under and then big go back to the nineteenth century in the ball around with like a grandmother person and they don't want to get out of that when we cool environment i think this woman who weapon and company kind of let's see and material list because full value for rob serling another thing about rod serling talk about screen place on written grip called them and about the first black a president in the late in of this time wasn't all totally ahead of the absolutely yes died way too early to of this hardships that was very unfortunate so this is some of these up a soldier are amazing i mean you single out one of our favorite of course to serve man what a classic right yeah and of course the russians or they're saying you know that and he featured well the union at the you when they're saying this is plots but yeah i mean up with manning humanity to man it's really a reflection of of so when got few of human nature which in my book i say.
"rod serling" Discussed on KCHH
"Connecticut neighborhood and then assuming that pool and they strive under and then big go back to the nineteen century in a small town look like a graham other person and they just want to get out of that when we cool environment so i think that to me who weapon and i don't think kind of let me and mccown realistic and fall values for rod serling another thing about rod serling talk about screen place yeah written a grip called them and about the first black a president that in the way ahead of this time wasn't any all totally ahead of the alltime absolutely yes died way too early to let this hardships that was very unfortunate just so the sound some of these up a soldier are amazing i mean you single out one of our favorite of course to serve man what a classic right yeah and of course the russians are there s then you know that and he featured the union at the us last thing plotted but yeah i mean up with manning man's in humanity command to really reflection on of of early don't view of human nature which in my book i say you know it's it's frequently very negative feminist frequently had a pretty effective of the seventeen foot i'm three philosopher common hobbs it's like a very negative few of human nature another episode people are like all over with roddy mcdowell classic and we're going to get this out and that's kind of play can miss treatment of animal that you know we put them in and the people from other planets we'll put and earth win and that's right now what it classic essence stay with this lazily we're going to come back talk more wanna get your thoughts about the beverley he'll abilities you talk about the denver airport which i'm going to again this weekend to take some on television programs tell us about that too when we come back never miss a detail of the show for against signup for the coast zone email newsletter available for three at coast to coast am dot com.
"rod serling" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Is that yeah who is brother against brother that's that's a lot of the game it's pretty deep stop for most of the after so is and and they're intelligent tv especially for sixty five where you had you know still have my mother the car again it was let's not just sixty four it was yeah era but it's you know it was on usual for tv unusual for network television network western not unusual for rod serling of particularly as we've come to know about him if you haven't read it i get a copy and serling but as i knew and my father rod serling it's it's an intimate portrait of rod serling from a porn of you we don't always see because we we tend to think arrive serling as the i call on not as a person and as an right a lot she right frequently about this in her book as a numminen rod serling when he came home from world war one he was a wounded person and a lot of ways and he hated war he hated he hated told talent carry and is that he hated a lot of the issues that came to the fore during the course of won't more to he explore those many chimed in is writing subsequently not only in the in the twilight tsonga subsequent to that and that's that's very roth in a very much some of things that he explored weekly in the lawn are yeah it it is it much here rod serling and made being one of the last gasps other kind of things that he was hoping to bring the television because he he came into tell it became a television went you could do that kind of drama hurt television could had issues and it really couldn't do it again until seven days in the normally are error which did it with comedy of but that ended in the net likes after this chris things got kind of silly out on a lotta shows but rod serling struggle he's kind of evidence than the fact the show didn't last very long the he was getting further and further away from the kind of thing that he wanted to do and by the time needed night gallery layton happen creative control are a bad at all not there's another interesting on tuesday just looking guess on the person now behind the scenes of the longer out it is a rod serling show.