17 Burst results for "Ronnie howard"
"ronnie howard" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Byline dot com all degree radio station and all the APPS I live on tune in I really was a kid I would be called de Xing I would try to get station living here in La. I would try to get stations from Denver. Once in a while on a Sunday night could actually get Chicago. One seven ten campy went off. The air ironically ended up working at campsie years later but the point of trying to make is so tune in is replaced the Xing because they get all the stations from around the world including of course sports overnight America. But let's talk about sports movies last couple of weeks a couple of weeks ago. Ap Chart and raided the top twenty five in their mind sports movies of all time and certainly were home on a whole lot of time under this pandemic and we haven't discussed the boxing movies. I got some emails saying why. Aren't you discussing the boxing movie? So Mark? I'm going to throw this to you. I said these are just a few of the boxing movies rocky of course. Rocky Balboa Raging Bull Jake Lamotta Cinderella Man Jaber Jabe Radic and Hurricane Carter. Movie of those four. I'm sure you've seen all four. Which would be your favorite well being Pennsylvania guy go on the other center sleep and I'm not a big Philly guy I like to chiefly for. La Karaki movie. So I'll have to put the rocky movies right up. There aren't I mentioned four. Maybe come up with another one. What is your favorite all-time boxing movie? I was unbelievable. Podgy AMATI I mean you know. It just has such a such a grasp on your heart strings. You know with his family and what he went through and rocky was a great movie to and I'll tell you a great story Fred I used to work out at the Hollywood Athletic Club when you know when I was. Fcc Anthony Over one day and we're working out and and there's this little guy about five foot seven I mean built right and we're laughing and this guy wanted to get it on the best friends and then we go to the movies before the Ucla gave in November and here comes that Saint Little Guy out on the street and rocky thank you thirty six and you're man he looks on the silver screen. Folks have any thoughts. You can email us at Sports Fred at Dot Com Sports Fred at AOL DOT com. Let me just say obviously seen all these movies and recently I've seen him two and three times over the last couple of weeks all of them but Cinderella Man Ronnie Howard is a great producer. Almost everyone of his movies would never be considered a bust. And this one certainly not considered a bust however I have family who knew Mac spear or I had family. We knew Max pair. They played Max Baer up as an ogre. Who made a move on Brad ex wife which never happened could never happen and Max beer so let me throw to you first? Heard I mean again Ronnie Howard from Opie and the Andy Griffith show A great producer anybody's going to say that but people take license with movies and you know they need a A positive and they need a negative in this case they make Max Baer the negative already. Your comments I felt the same way. 'cause I did a little historical deep dive into that and I came up with the same thing. You came up with Fred. But I've noticed that a lot of Hollywood movies. They create drama. The they take that license to to go a little further than the Pale exists and I kind of bothers me but then again they're they're there to Celtic in pop the product. And you know I. I don't know that's a tough one friends. That really is a tough one. I mean I would think that Ron Howard be a little bit of Bob. That kind of behavior but then again you know I. I've been watching series on Netflix. All about all Hollywood the studios and You know whatever goes. I don't know I like I have never been able to figure it out. Workman sending America's weren't handicapper How many rocky movies were there made in of course about movies after that was the rocky period? The best that you saw Iraqi to what did you think was the best movies I think the first one is one of the best ones. I mean. You know how. It's kind of like the old jaws see a couple of things movies but I got the first one was really good. Because it's always the underdog type check to come in with you know more these rockies and everything and I really liked the way it was portrayed you know Ryan on the steps of Philadelphia. They're raising scans kind of like that. Underdog Mentality I. I really liked it. I thought that was telling story last. Sunday's on ESPN the last dance. The Michael Jordan story with Chicago Bulls Jerry Krause. If he were still alive would not enjoy it But five point million people or homes on the average waft by far the highest rating ever for. Espn documentary art. Would you think of the last dance? And of course now they're going to go with a couple of other docs that. I don't think are gonNA reach obviously level the Michael Jordan thing. What do you think well? I'll tell you what I've never seen so many people talking about something that's so long ago You know I think they overblown and I mean I realize there's no live sports on TV yet and you know you for an excellent ball club Michael Jordan one of the greatest players of all time. Nobody questions that but they made. Rodman look really bad. They made krause look really bad. Jerry wasn't that bad a guy I know Jerry Krause. He's always been a complete gentleman you know they're telling fill you can't come back yet. Reinsdorf says them. If you WANNA come back you can. I mean I just think. They took a lot of liberties and that show as well and I mean the reality of it. Was You know Michael Jordan human being like everybody else and the way they portrayed the is they have Thomas in that whole sequel? You know it just. I don't know I. I thought it was overdone. Just a little bit and I realized they got a captive audience and ESPN thirty for thirty. I think nine times out of ten. They're fabulous but in this perspective. I just thought that they took it too far. But one I WANNA see is one of the eleven billion dollars to the mobsters Chicago. Dad Somehow gets killed. Nobody ever talks about that. You know when does that come into focus. They make this guy into a god. He's an athlete a great athlete. But I mean yeah but they pack look at a like Warrick Dunne filling homes for unfortunate families. Show on him but but hold that thought. Our second They did mention the fact that people did think that perhaps he was suspended. And that's why he went to baseball suspended for eighteen months so they did mention that in the documentary. Did they not so. That was because of the gambling. He was such a short little. It was like an actor. Are you serious? The greatest competitor on the basketball courts in in our generation or any generation. He's you know. Leave the balls as a world champion to go play for the Birmingham Barons. Wbz Talk Come on on Friday as we do this. Show a bad news. Sad news one of the best coaches that I've known Talk to him. A few times met him a few times. Utah Jazz Jerry. Sloan passed away from Parkinson's Mark Mancini comments about the loss of another great coach and a very nice man. Well comment on messing up on that other thing would be Jordan yeah. He was a great coach. Very STOIC. In you know as far as you know very delivery in as far as his team ready to play games and stuff. Yeah excellent coach. You know. They're remember watching him mark even John. Stockton and Carl Malone and everything so yeah tremendous loss for in back at Govan Real. Fast here. I've watched the NBA long time. And you guys have watching the amount of time maybe even more but I have never seen a two teams dominate the NBA. It was like a traveling circus. I wasn't enough to cover the bowl. And that's heyday but two teams in the NBA. They would bring traveling circus account. It was just mindset was Dr J. in Philadelphia Seventy sixers and Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls eight thoughts on that. I can't disagree but of course Bill Russell one nine championships in eleven years with the Boston Celtics so his producer at KABC radio in southern California. When I was still in college so it was like I said this before that Bill Russell to me was the biggest winner in sports than I can ever imagine. And he was one of the best talk show host. I've ever heard when he did caller her for ABC people put them down but producing his chauffeur. Couple of years. I was the second producer but I was always there. I don't know many. Who did a talk? Show ANY BETTER THAN THAN BILL. Russell and debt point. Kabc RADIO IN LA.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"And wounded eleven others so far this weekend in Chicago a nineteen year old woman who was a student at Michigan State University home for winter break was shot and killed last night in what police say was an apparent domestic incident police say at la nije a bell of Lawndale we shot in the head while in the bedroom in an apartment on Maryland Avenue near eighty First Street a witness told officers they heard a gunshot while the woman was in the bedroom the witness stand founder with the wound to the head police say the body of Donald woods was founded in LA on seventy ninth street near Ashland police say he was shot in the head and in Austin on the west side police say fifty seven year old Ronnie Howard was shot as he sat in a vehicle on crystal street near Laramie he later died at a hospital a woman's body was pulled this morning from Lake Michigan in the Gold Coast area police say the body was found in the water along lake shore drive near Schiller the investigation into that death continues an effort to rezone is shot down in Chicago's Andersonville neighborhoods Andersonville residents are concerned about tear downs and the building of multi family units block love Chicago reports that they've asked alderman map margin to help them in their fight to rezone a sixteen block stretch of the neighborhood but he has denied the request alderman margin says he too is concerned but doesn't think that allowing for only single family homes and two flats will prevent future demolition the city's department of planning and development is also said that rezoning would cause too many existing buildings out the foster Avenue to become non conforming in a letter to constituents Martin says his office will continue looking at other options to preserve and expand affordable housing Jennifer Kuiper newsradio one oh five point nine FM two people are dead after a shooting in a residential neighborhood north of Houston during filming for a music video ed Gonzalez is the sheriff of Harris County a lot of shots were fired we have an extensive scene out here friction several blog several others were wounded in what's being described as an ambush in a parking lot where the filming was taking place one of the victims is in critical condition fires in Australia have been devastating for all forms of wildlife as wild fires ravage Australia north of Sydney it's wildlife is suffering cyclists encountered a very thirsty koala Friday Anna who is lower let a drink from her water bottle very fifty four all the little things sorry thousands of quality are feared to have died in the fires it's estimated about thirty percent of their.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Kim Alexis news the father of the two year old glass go village girl who accidentally shot herself earlier this week now charged in her death cables county prosecutor's charging thirty four year old use deal Israel with first degree child endangerment the child's eye on died Wednesday UCL Israel is accused of placing a loaded gun in the top dresser drawer that was accessible to his daughter who suffered a gunshot wound to the head a pregnant woman is apparently unharmed after being held hostage and being forced to drink toilet water the twenty year old victim tells police forty year old Ronnie Howard would not let her leave her unit at the sun river village apartments he repeatedly punched her in the stomach held a gun to your head and threaten to kill her and made her drink toilet water with a cleaning chemical in it an officer says he also heard Howard on the phone tell the relative of a victim to stop calling or he put a bullet in her head police were notified Wednesday after the victim made a video call to a relatively noticed a chipped tooth and scratches on her face detectives then used emergency cell phone pings to track the two down at the Walmart on junk amid road Howard ran when officers pulled up but was caught he is now charged with kidnapping domestic assault and unlawful use of a weapon police say he has a long criminal history of similar crimes including assault by strangulation in another state Brian Kelly Saint Louis as newsradio camelback major case squad detectives looking for the killer of thirty three year old Louis banks in Calverton park are again asking for the public's help banks was shot to death Monday the one hundred block of Albery anonymous tips can be called into crime stoppers at eight six six three seven one tips up to a five thousand dollar reward is being offered for the right information overnight clouds a chance of rain mixed with snow at times lows of thirty five Saturday rain possibly mixed with snow and afternoon high of forty two degrees Saturday night clearing and a low of thirty two degrees for Sunday warmer with sunshine and high right around fifty I'm Maria quina kit mocks news this is even this is our American stories we tell stories about everything here on the show from the arts to sports.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Jim Ryan in Dallas with the latest another transgender woman has died. So we'll ask him all about that. I up Brian combs. In the newsroom, working on the seven o'clock news. What do you got going on? We've had more star sightings in Middletown area. Ronnie Howard the director. Andy Griffith show star happy days has been in around the town, several times, lately and over the weekend. Apparently he brought stars. Glenn coasts, Glenn Close and Amy Adams with him as they continue to look for locations to prepare for the filming of hillbilly elegy based on the story of JD Vance. They're going to film a Netflix movie with the budget. We're told of about fifty million dollars will concentrate as much as they can using some of the actual areas close to where of screw up as he tells the story of arising from a poor family kind of split time between here, and, and the hills of Kentucky and Appalachia. The book was a bestseller couple of years ago, and they're expecting the movie to be quite hit as well. So Howard Ben here looking at homes. In houses in places where they can do some of the work. The film is supposed to start. I think later this year. Wow. Coming up at seven o'clock, the president's in London. He's meeting today with the prime minister after seeing the Queen yesterday protesters out in the streets. Well, including one blimp that's getting a lot of attention. In fifteen minutes on NewsRadio wwl w all right. Jim Ryan from ABC news with Dow, Jim. Understand. I haven't been following the story so very much. So help our listeners another transgender woman has died in Dallas under suspicious circumstances. This is getting a lot of attention because last month, there was a woman and a half ago. A transgender woman was badly beaten suiting video that went viral on the internet that woman, Malaysia Booker a couple of weeks after that attack was found shot to death in east Dallas too far from where that attack was happening now that was that was the third death suspicious of a transgender woman just a few months time, they don't Saturday. A woman without a twenty six year old transgender woman her body was found floating in lake far from where shots it out. So the police are looking connections between cases ornery, whether the same person might be responsible for all of this other also bringing in the FBI closer look at all. This is in the Dallas area is there anywhere else in America or Texas were similar things like this is happening. Certainly the Dallas police are more concerned with what's happening here. They'll probably reach out to other departments dealing with the same things, but it certainly would be happening in, in such a localized area in one specific part of Dallas, remove these attacks have been happening. Nonfatal attack. A woman who was stabbed leptin street in west L A several miles from where this has been. Yeah. Police wanna find out, whether in fact connections. Jim, thanks so much, Jim Ryan, ABC news. Correspondent this morning live in Dallas. It's coming up on six forty nine on seven hundred w L W, southbound, seventy one getting better northbound seventy five maybe getting heavier. We've got all that coming up after crime stoppers right now. Going bags and slime buckets held bench on a life of crime, stoppers seven hundred wwl. All right. Brian Sears is wanted for burglary. He's accused of forcing entry by kicking in the victims door..
"ronnie howard" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"Approach. Listener support W in Weiss e studios. This is Alan Baldwin. And you're listening to here's the thing. The human centipede the only movie Roger Ebert ever refused to give a star rating to it is what it is. He concluded. It was the talk of the festival circuit in two thousand nine the talk at dinner, not panel discussions. It was too cruel to cracked high school boys were emailing each other gross out clips, many reviewers wouldn't even recount the premise. I will so feel free to skip ahead about one minute. The movie the first of a trilogy starts with the familiar horror trope of two pretty young women. Getting a flat tire at night in the rain in the woods. I thought you knew exactly where we were going. What was that? They end up in the home, but they demented surgeon. Then the familiar tropes, and because Dr Hyder once a get this respected separator Siamese twins has a late career goal. It's to kidnap three people sever their knees. And so their bodies together mouth to anus creating one long digestive system. It's oblique movie. Terrifying and bloody dealer. Lasers. Suave? Dr Hyder is Mangla like in his dispassionate cruelty and the victims play their roles with no wink, or nod to break, the tension, but shock wears off the movie that Roger Ebert refused to review is now firmly apart of the American popular culture, we have a long treasured tradition here on our show which celebrates the festival of lights. It's time once again for our annual. Oh lighting of the human centipede minora humans. The originator of the human centipede is improbably charming Panama hat, wearing young Dutchman named Tom six. He had just arrived from Amsterdam and brought with him his longtime business partner. Who's also his sister. We think how do you pronounce your first name again? Illona? Okay. So we've all met before because I was in that unique club of people who watched your magnum opus and was just knocked out. I thought Mike I I've got to meet the guy that made this movie, and you were so cheery you'll like it were so kind of animated and boyish in a way I was unprepared for like Ronnie Howard. Hello alec. I am Tom. This is my sister alone. And she was like Hello. Hello alec. No, black clothes and like spider webs in the corner. The dangerous thing right. You said to be going to redefine evil. Yes. Said I gotta chill. I thought man if anybody's going to redefine evil, it's you what is a horror to you in film in filmmaking. Do me is when you're in situation. You're that's doing to an asshole you're in a situation where you can't leave and it's worse than death. You wanna die as absolately? Where did you first get the idea as simple your idea? Yeah. Definitely I was watching television. And there was a child molester on and he did the most terrible things to children, and he got a very low sentence because of a mistake they made and I was angry. And I said they suit stitch his mouth to the anus of federal amazing because that would be a great bunch L something good out of a desire for Justice absolute emerge. This twisted idea of your films. Absolutely. You said this man should have his mouth sewn to the the aims of the famous talk driver hands Need on. because death would be severe his knee ligament solution. We can't run away. Absolutely. And then I immediately my then girlfriend. I put her on the hands and knees, and I took a picture, and then I fold shopped her behind each other. And I thought that's a great idea for a movie. This looks amazing. But at the same time, it's so incredibly horrifying the idea that you have to saying well wouldn't say swallow your part of a champion digestive chain hideous in your movie, this is not an act of Justice. We're not taking the child molester. Now, I did is important for show him. Right. Your first film. There was no Justice. And I thought I need one of those old villains s the Finkelstein. Dr almost created a Peter cushy had can you imagine he did over seventy films and the guy was never cast as a horror villain. Never never. What did he play old? Good guys. It's great. I'm sorry. I'm gonna really gonna struggle the. Straight face with..
"ronnie howard" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"Up with a hundred eight hundred nine page of final draft. But it was as inflated as as as I could possibly get it. Because there's so many other stories I wanna tell there's so many other characters. Explore then. So I just kind of had this enormous canvas. The story was initially informed by by a piece in the LA times written by former librarian ship ward who is retiring and the the thesis of the essay was that libraries have become defacto homeless shelters librarian to become defacto social workers, and I can't sustain this any longer and this is an epidemic. And so I was so moved by the piece that I began to do the research and began to write began to write the script. Is there ever thought for you that you're not gonna play these roles in the films, and you're gonna catch somebody? You always say to yourself. I got this. You're going to play that for the job. Know, I wanna work with you again. It'd be my view all your heard it now. Good as income page now, buddy. I'm looking I'm looking I directed one movie. It was I hated every minute of it. I did it was not my thing. Didn't have the patience for it. I just didn't say you forgot to cover yourself. You know, you'd covered everybody going to go into the editing. But I turn to my sister director the directors. We have a super tight closeup in that shot that we she went as you look at the patient go. Now, we doubt that was like. Am I with the person who the person whose performance was the most effective was by own and I play the lead in the movie. But, but what was interesting was is that I realized that it is tough. I mean, what a muscle you have to have to star in and direct a film really really have to have a special gift. And I'm wondering as it ever been problematic for you. Do you ever think to yourself that you know, there's a lot of great Ronnie Howard is a great director career as a TV star. And you never see him in movies. You want to go back to directing only. Sure, I think it would depend on the story. I think if it just didn't make sense for me to absolutely step back. And in the way, I had a very small role in Bobby at a very limited role. So it was. I think sure I I'm open to that. So the last question before we go out into the house here is that you'd make. Studio films big films in your lifetime. You go in your shoot. And you're an actor you want it in the time that they're finishing that you've shot two or three more movies in that time. You know? That's right now, you are. You are prepping the movie, and you are shooting the movie in your posting the movie, and you have to raise money for the movie, and then you've got to sell the movie and market, the movie take us through that process. Give us a little bit. I left I left Los Angeles for Cincinnati where we shot the film right after the election. It was I drove out from from Los Angeles. I started prep and that was November of two thousand sixteen. So when you commit to making a film, especially independent film. You know, you're in it a minimum of two years, but the editing process can be again, very long period. I'm a big fan of test screenings, which of course, every studio wants to do, and I'm all for it. I think that the only way. I think that the only way to know how your film is playing is to is to take it for test drive. She how cost it's about ten grand to run to run. These what are called energy national research group test screenings, and you have to fill an auditorium three or four hundred people and the price goes up, depending of how big that auditory miss theater is. So so these these items you start racking up, and we were fortunate enough to have a high tax credit, which came at a terrific time in in the process..
"ronnie howard" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"And it's got Whitman to sort of pick cherry pick our favorite meal. You know adventures that we thought could be musical is and characters to you know. So that's that's that's what was there. But what wasn't? There was any kind of narrative or story at all. So what helped me find my way into this? Because the question is, you know, when you're doing this in your inheriting, this extrordinary film. You know, you have to find a new path for yourself at the same time. So I was looking for an original story. And that story came to me by looking directly into the books in terms of the time period because the books were written in the in the Depression-era in the thirties. The Walt Disney film was set in nineteen ten and I think well Disney chose to do that was more innocent time. But I was intrigued by this Depression-era because it felt in a way more present to me somehow more current because it felt dealt with people struggling. You feel it in the books. You know, they talk about the Bank being broken. You feel it in between the lines in the books, you they talk about seventy cherry laying being the shabby as house on the street, and that and that MRs banks had a choice between fixing up the house and having children, you you you get a real sense of the of the depression era. And so I thought well we could do that. And then I realized that if we use nine hundred ten as our is the beginning of the story, and now we're in the thirties, Jane, and Michael would be grown up in what happened to them. So it's that's how it sort of of all fantastic cast, and and And you know. you know, you've worked with Emily before. Right. Yes. Lynda courses, you know, for is is is is understand musicals, very very well just a little bit. Does emily. I mean, I know you worked with her in into the woods and Merrill, are they sort of actors I and and so happens that they can sing and perform or how did they do? They have do they have that in their background? Yes. I mean, I I love working with actors that in a way our new two musicals because I'm less interested in the sort of the vocal gymnastics. I'm much more interested in the character being filled by a great actor who can sing like Ronnie Howard in music, man. Okay. Because how beautiful was was here working that it was. So because you are a real kid. I will say I thought about you. Because when I cast our kids, I was looking for real kids real kids, not show biz kids, and I love that. I think it's so important you have to you know, in film, so different than stage where it's sort of are somewhat artificial, and I've obviously come from theater, but in film, you can't really hide. So there has to be authenticity to what they do. And and the thing about Emily is she was honest with the only person I thought it for this role. I mean, I just finished into the woods. And the first person I thought it was analyzed that. Emily is Emily can do this Emily because she has the range as an actor. You know, she's so funny, but she also complained the depth of the character and the warmth of the character and can sing and dance..
"ronnie howard" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"What is it more than half of women have one of these with them right now right now at this moment a fingernail file ooh that's a very good very good guess because i know i always ask my wife now use your fingernails yeah guys don't carry stuff like that say that right right right you didn't get it all right we'll throw that one out on the table phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two to six i wrote it read read an interesting article this evening written by stephanie elam the lasco over the years we've heard stories about andy griffith and don knotts and that you know they didn't like each other really yeah yeah that was that was the rumor well alaska will looked into this and interviewed among others ron howard who of course was opie little opie on the andy griffith show and he said ron howard said he he still has this great memories on the set of that show he said it was warm and funny like the show he said i learned hard work and fun we're not diametrically opposed in fact they could work hand in hand and i couldn't agree with that more i mean look at every time you and i work together how much fun we have you know we're we're we're doing our jobs but having a great time at the same time the beloved sixties comedy series told the story of andy taylor whatever who lives with opium son and his on the in mayberry north carolina was virtually zero crimes to solve sheriff taylor spends his time calming down bugeyed deputy barney fife aired from one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixty eight ron howard told griffeth and knots made it easy to be creative in front of cameras because they shared a mutual respect for each other's talent he recalled andy was the world's greatest audience for don don had andy literally in tears once a week and ron howard said i learned about the spirit of collaboration which i've carried with me forever andy griffiths daughter dixie told the last night's wasn't the only character on her father greatly admired she said he loved ronnie howard very very much they had a deep and abiding respect for each other and they remained friends till the end but despite the show's lasting success life wasn't always blissful for andy.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on /Film Daily
"During the pre production stages and i think i've said passing the podcast that um you know a lot of people were said you know when it was first reported that learn miller or removed um you know a lot of people were saying that it was because the comedy because of their choices there i i had said on the podcast i had heard that it was because they were running behind schedule that they were you know starting a day that was supposed to start shooting in nine in you know not getting a first shot until noon you know i don't know if those rumors are true the you know i wasn't onset but i i heard you know he was more of that thing than actually you know they're the comedy side of things and i think kathleen kennedy hinting at it there but i also interesting in this article is that we're learning of a couple uh people from past star wars history that are kind of contributing to this movie in some way and that includes george lucas bratton what do we know about george lucas's role on sowa so i am obviously a lot of people know george lucas because of his work on star wars but before he ever created uh the one of most iconic that by franchises ever he worked on film called american graffiti that starred a young ron howard who is just eighteen by he was going by ronnie howard during those days and he's already been in a bunch of stuff because he was a child actor as we all know on the andy griffith show bunch of other classic tv series and things like that and it just so happens that's ron howard actually found out about star wars before a lot of people had one he was delayed dea that george lucas had uh they were talking on the set one late night and ron howard had asked him you know what he was looking to do next uh they had struck up a little bit of a friendship because ron howard had just been accepted to u s c film school which is where george lucas went and got all his filmmaking knowledge from and thirdly as happened to tell him by this negative an idea he had for something that was like flash gordon and as we all know that's the whole premise for star wh.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Child is to me remove childish finally the opposition party at least we'll stand up when the president says let's unite together to help america right or the uh or you know when the crowd started to chant usa usa one congressman lewis could terrorists who laugh walked out of the state of the union and there were a whole host of you know when president talked about infrastructure which is the the democrats will house i mean it's spending for goodness sake big couldn't even stand up and clapped for that couldn't stand up and clapped for auto wharmby yours arrogance the it was just ridiculous and nancy pelosi looked like she needed six adapt and i don't but not as bad as second cousin once removed married my step sister of the kennedys that did the democratic response speak covering without the inside of dinner iin to point out those types of things that it really was a little moon shanna thank you chaired held areas ya donald trump your tweeted each the uh the kennedy very spot looked like he was running for student council yeah and lives cream it was really great that the democrats ronnie howard do the reached fought lina cannizzo his uncle's car was in the background still being fixed yes yeah so so james what it's interesting because you have to turn the pages here now because now now we get back down to this i know that the greenbrier resort in in virginia right now for the for the republican getaway or whatever the two minutes retreat and it was a train wreck and it was too soon thanks wild some people got hurt not one guy died the trash truck driver i must make it okay that i just say can i just say this the this memo now that were this is the latest thing is the memo the redacted memo that's going to show that there was that there was spying on americans uh at least spying on the trump campaign by people didn't want to see him be president that worked for the department of justice the fbi this kind of a big one james here too biggest potential scandal the because truly the.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"It was also in gentle banned that series member that the bear starring his son clint howard on that show but he was in everything ron howarddirected he was in apollo thirteen and splashing cocoon splashes gaza go on mature used to right here's a picture of rant back in the early days on the set of the andy griffith show with his son ronnie howard at the time and clint howard but there is a three of them together passed away at the age of eighty nine he's fantastic actor della reese also passed away she was a lot of della reese fans i'm just surprised by that is it touched by an angels out what it is here's shares from touched by an angel i never watch the show but she apparently was of an angel or the other girls in angel rush russian angel one i dunno sagara somebody was an angel della reese this angel now that's a good thing why are you so sad a who per watch the show glad now that she's gets to touch an angel or whatever the fucking you you saw saw harlem nights yes i remember from that she has that amazing seamer immersion abuses should at eddie murphy it right so good she was huge singer guy and if a beautifully boys before she ever became a tv star but she passed away the age of eighty six lucky to win and wedge worth another character actress passed away she was from freeze company she played the horny divorce say the live next door to them if you remember here the shot of them there she has with jack trip or and then she left that shell went on to show called evening shaded member that burt reynolds show years ago she play the wife of how holbrooke who was the dr harlan over john that show and she passed away at the age of eighty three eighty three now let's so streams like that was somebody big part of our childhood upset she was always come in on the jack makes us latenight host sexy older women that was always her gig now she's an angel she's a national della reese now.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on KTRH
"A also did when they came up with a revival series he also played the in older person in it's still a good life was heighten his daughter liliana play the new uh generation that's right so that was that was the fourth one i was thinking about right exactly and also if uh you we're talking about billy mummy and uh the twilight zone he was in a um i'll soon twilight zone the movie he had a small part in the remake of it's a good life that was shot by joe dante and from there it jumpstarted his series lost in space didn't it uh yes yes i know you know billy was tooth one of the most adorable kids in hollywood in the fifties and i think that uh you just cut of he like ronnie howard were just destined to have long crooners and television beyond you know there was such there the wind was interesting for me in an interview a lot of people um which just learning a little facts about their lives and and you know what brought them to the bone in some of the things i'm include robertson who was from two to terrific episode she was in the gummy played the ventriloquist's and of course she's the not wonderful time travel up so dr 100 years a hundred yards over the rim on they will bring your mouth tournaments episode down they want him to come out on a friday hold on for second does steven let's pick that up when we come right back steven rubin our guest the twilight zone encyclopedia and we'll take your calls next hour get daily show updates right to your in box for free with the coast zone newsletter sign up today at coast to coast am dot com.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on KTRH
"Remember that one really moved me of course one of our dear fronts i think billy has been in four four episodes maybe three three episode lisbon phnom dispersed episode um i believe was um second season episode it was all mangas call it was one of the videotaped episode doug james operate who was the president of cdf basically didn't like the show and was doing all sorts of things to get rid of it but rod had a terrific contract prop the first the navy the last time on television industry when somebody had total creative control that's right you call the shots he call the shots and but aubry cut the budget and the second putin add the film six of the thirty on episodes in video tape and um it's unfortunate because the quality obviously husband um been preserved as well as the film episodes but we did that one who did of course is most famous one it's a good life with um said you're a bad bad man no bad madman anthony fremont and then he did the third division final episode he good uh in praise of half of course with jack lakhmanpur in a also the when they came out with a revival series he also played the in older person in it's still a good life was height in his daughter liliana played the new uh generation that's right and so that was that was the fourth one i was thinking about right exactly and also if uh you we're talking about billy mummy and uh the twilight zone he was in a um also in twilight zone the movie he had a small part in the remake of it's a good life that was shot by joe dante and from there it jumpstarted his series lost in space didn't it uh yes yes i know you know billy was just one of the most adorable kids in hollywood enough to steve and i think that uh you just cut of he like ronnie howard were just destined to have long crooners and television beyond you know there was such they were there when was interesting for me and energy a lot of people um which just learning a little facts about their lives and and you know what brought them to the bone and some of the things i'm include robertson who was him to to terrific episode she was in the dummy played the venture look west and of.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on KELO
"It was i remember that one really move me of course one of our dear friends i think billy has been in four four episodes maybe three three episodes within nam loose first episode um i believe was um belief second season episode it was called longest and call it was one of the videotaped episode doug james aubry who was the president of cbs basically didn't like the show and was doing all sorts of things to get rid of it but rod had a terrific contract probably the first the navy the last time in television his true when somebody had total creative control that's right he called the shots he called the shops and but aubry cut the budget in the second fusion they had to film six of the thirty odd episodes in video tape and um it's unfortunate because the quality obviously has been preserved as well as the film episodes but deleted that one he did of course is most famous one it's a good life with them you are a bad bad man you know that bad madman anthony fremont and then he did the third he's in final episode he did uh increase of half of course with jack klugman were enjoying a also the when they came out with a revival series he also played the an older person in it's still a good life was light in his daughter liliana played the new uh generation that's right and so that was that was the fourth one i was thinking about right exactly and also it uh we're talking about billy mummy and uh the twilight zone he was um also in twilight zone the movie he had a small part in the remake i'll get good life that was shot by joe dante and from there a jumpstarted his series lost in space didn't it uh yes yes i know you know billy was just one of the most adorable kids in hollywood and a fifteen tonight can fit uh you just had a he like ronnie howard gorgeous destined to have long crooners in television young you know there was such they were there when was interesting for me in energy a lot of people on which just learning a little facts about their lives and and you know what brought them to the bone and some of the things i'm include robertson who was from two to terrific episodes she was in the dummy played the.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on WEEI
"The most handsome men in the year own who's the most handsome guy in the world in the world's other great that that's a great question he had bad breath could you be with him uh who is the best looking dina worlds i mean my mind right away most georgia seleny or i can we cut ashton kutcher is pretty high if you if you thought of the most gorgeous i'd say ryan gosling must she had bad breath nam ride me we ride back associate bebra i could you couldn't do and i could do it i mean i couldn't do it how could you kiss no no eight now oh i remember there's a girl i for a couple of times in high school she was cute and she had like legit b o yeah it was weird first has she not grave now i don't know the first time i kinda whatever and then the second that was back in as a guard are you a dale did you mirror the first woman to consume i did not he made the confession yellow first woman i kissed was was a girl the time allison or change girl anymore she'd which will be fine she's i believe is still a woman i think always a deadly merlin timed four set main resi whatnot because the woman abc's first woman who choose girlie bouillon crossover you angie fresca's 9 or 10 really yes that's not a kiss as experimental she's my neighbor next door did you pay her because meter perot paid his neighbor ten dollars to kiss him really just get some arrival he those of meters us speaking of which you wanna save he sliver ever tanner let's say the was the first guy guessing i say'must koreanchina requires last name now we kissed at the chucky she's nays in the seventh grade ooh there you go i'll go stayed after that i don't think so it dale mary the first curley kister just kinda sweet let me here girl i ever kissed i married how about that allow i'm from maine i thought i had to i thought it was required at that point says well hey that's like ronnie howard right ron howard cheryl howard yeah certain than with and could have been with a could have been harvey weinstein music the.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"And designed your in michigan but also in organ of artificial intelligence machine learning which is truly the next thing and that kind of experts say how many michigan both very well our economic there's michigan us senator gary peter speaking with wwl jays ron dui this is israel y october 1960 cbs debut of andy griffith show starring andy griffith help on day ronnie howard and john it ran for eight years and spawned the spinoff pile you smc dated nineteen 1960 one the cbs premier of the dick van dyke show gun it rounds when it ran five years joe he right for one fifteen emme jim or third 1970s it the nbc debut c m starring jack brendan unofficial medical examiner jurisdiction that that law now time for sports on newsradio nine fifty wwl you j in college football saturday is the big day with michigan hosting michigan state at the big house michigan head coach jim harbaugh met with the media monday when he was asked about displaying too much emotion those assess his too much for him too much of law one were there's a la that same overemotional to you no matter.
"ronnie howard" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Of obstacles while booking hank on speak to do speaking engagements because he was in his eloquence of a speaker and i would run into that with with these the big corporations ibm and all these companies as well you know we were not they're not sign of bus mine my hit head here on the phones getting hank bold but the the best booking was when i got him to do an episode of happy days awhile very good lights first trip to la steve was taking hank to the at the set of happy day so who's there may at tom bradley henry winkler jerry powers who by the way is an image sonian ronnie howard and they're all like waiting like he comes hank aaron and on on i'll slipped out about the guys aren't happy days they're all slipped out about i guarantee and so we all went to lunch that day but we stay for we could you know they've when they film loose sitcoms it's over a period of four days and but hang could not get those lines i had a sit there i was like a coach hank once again the lie if you're a cottingham's hardware store and who comes on color this taping meatloaf of all people are that was my first trip to la i said i gotta get nice i got a story like that when cheers started remember the character of coach there so tommy hind someone out the door and you know it on days people don't know it's like twelve fourteen hours in a movie it's fifty knows and tommy hindson during the part everything in the end he said you know what this is boring i don't.