19 Burst results for "Rudy Ray Moore"

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Okay that's a compliment Anyway are you familiar with real Tyson Sure All okay He ran a radio station wsd That's true And was employed by him Really And yes it was Okay Sure Yeah he sadly been gone a long time He worked in Memphis at DIA before he came to SSD Yes he showed me a report that said he was the first and only black district on a country in western station Oh yeah I'm sure That was before that was before DIA that was probably in Greenwood Mississippi Oh yeah that's great And yeah he was a general manager at SSD And I remember there was a story in the 90s I think the city council condemns some sexually explicit record he played Yeah And that was a lot of records being right exactly and it was that he played something by Rudy ray Moore I think it was sensuous black man and man the city council went nuts the older men just they said we guessed as we was sick out of grading I think it's great Yeah Also.

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The tremendous business Then they did. Chef was one of the biggest films of all time. Superfly. Um, the Mac was really big. There were so many big giant and they had cotton comes to Harlem, right? Which was great. I still laugh because casting that was hilarious. They were I mean, they were classics that whole genres gone. I could tell you a quick story about that. We played all the Fred waves in movies like Bucktown and Oh, gosh. Uh, What was that other picture that, uh, the gangster picture? Oh, Black Caesar. Uh, All kinds of pictures of his And then Later on. When that John was sort of passed, they brought out a picture. That he started. You know, it was an early nineties. I think it's called Or maybe it was the mid eighties mid eighties early nineties. I can't remember exactly when it came out. But it was, um Was called The original Gangsters. And I at that time we We started in business for ourselves in 1979. So I had several theaters operating and still, the pictures would go downtown. First and then you outlying fears were still getting it from downtown theaters after they were finished with it. And, uh, I remember one of the Friday the 13th movies came off of the town and I went down to pick up the print and walked in the lobby. And there's Fred Williams and sit at a table they had. They had original Gangsters and he was there to sign autographs. And there was nobody there and I saw him. And I yelled Fred, and I'm running over to him and I hugged him. And he's like, Who is this crazy? White guy you know on, uh, I said, Fred, we had all your movies down here. I used to manage this theater used to manage the theater around the corner. We had lines of people trying to get in here and It was like and I started naming all the movies and he was like shocked. You know what the movie that made him. Hammer. Yeah, that was his first one that really took off in the box office. But, he said And he had this big smile on his face. And he said, Yeah, Bob, but it's over. Look, I'm here and nobody even knows who I am. Except you. And if I was with you at that, if I was with you would have been me and you would be the only to the new will was. But what would an era that we grew up? I grew up in the business downtown and You know, met some of the greatest stars like, Well, we had the premiere of Great White Hope at the Hippodrome. James. Earl Jones was supposed to come, but he couldn't. So they brought Joe Frazier in with his band. He had the knockouts and occupy was great. And I met the heavyweight champion of the world, you know, And he was the nicest guy you ever wanna meet. Talk to me. I was 17 years old guy talked to me like I was like One of his kids. Asked me how I was doing in school and you know, and I remember we had a pipe dreams at the Mayfair Theater, and Gladys Knight was there in person. She was First thing I said to her as I want to be a pip like that got a laugh and So that we we grew up in an error that most people don't know about. Um and it lasted, I guess into the early eighties on then it was done. It was done. And now I mean, they used to have films in the late sixties like up tight. Which was a great movie. They had, uh all kinds of different films and then in the eighties, they had Dolomite with Rudy Ray Moore. And, uh, hold that thought, because we're going to go to a quick break when we come back. We've got some calls. We're gonna take the calls. And we'll be back shortly. Temperatures will hold the low to mid sixties for the remainder of the afternoon on this Saturday under a partly to mostly cloudy skies, a light breeze continues in from the.

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Mr Blues. I am an only child. Yeah, but your real father was like a real father to me, too. My real father. Yeah, Curtis Have you noticed Mr Blues that I am an African American man? That's OK. So was Curtis You see your mother and Curtis had an extramarital affair, which produced a little boy, That's you. My father. Passed away 14 years ago. He was a full bird colonel in the United States Air Force. My mother now lives in Phoenix, Arizona, and a more honorable, sweet tempered and goodly woman does not exist. Look, I'm not making any moral judgments here. But one can project what might have happened in this case. Your mom young, her husband in the military away from home much of the time, which may have pushed her to reach out stray from the nest. That enough, Kay if I am 6 40 Mr Mo Kelly here and I'm joined by Emmy winning actor Joe Morton. You know him from any number of television shows, movies Broadway productions. He's joining me today with a new song called Wake Up America calling for Unity here today. I know it's difficult, hard to believe, even in the sense of what we know is going on around us are bitter. Partisan politics seem to rule the day but that's a perfect place to pick up, Joe. I was asking you before the break about whether 2020 and 1968 there an apt comparison. And you made mention of how you thought Donald Trump was and I'm going to use the phrase throwing gasoline on Many of the fires. That's my phrase. You didn't say that. But he has not helped certain situations, including civil unrest, and you made the comparison to various groups and movements back in 1968. And you've compared and contrasted how they're somewhat different today. Let me pick up on that point. And you know this, and I'm just saying it for the benefit of the audience. Anyone who's listened to like Dr King's I have a dream speech or any of his speeches. During that time, they all basically said black lives matter without using the phrase black lives matter. Why do you think Beyond what you just said about Donald Trump, as in the 45th president. Why do you think that has been now? So considered controversial? Just the phrase itself. Country still hasn't gotten to the place where they're willing to admit that there is systematic racism in this country. We want to believe that because Barack Obama became president became a form forthe president that suddenly racism is over, and it is not It's not. Andi wasn't when he was president. When he was president. He got more threats to his life than any other president with anything that has been up there. And despite the fact that Donald Trump thinks that he's the most dren is person to black people other than Abraham Lincoln, which was just astounding statement to make right says it. It was as if he thinks he's done more than Marlo's The case on order than LBJ Boys, but black folks, right? Yeah, but you know, there's lots of black folks that they did lots of things for for for us, Yes. Veejay Kennedy. They started something, but those things always go back and forth, depending on who's in the White House. Where is there are other people who have lived in this world who have done plenty for black folks? It then? And Donald Trump hasn't come close to any given your history, Given your growth, Given your worldview being able to look at America from outside in I was talking about you mentioned how you grew up around the world in different basis. Military bases. How do you think you then managed to Keep that polite activism my phrase and also further your career in show business. Well, I think you just have to speak out. I mean, one thing I've done for my entire career is not allow anyone to denigrate black actors in any way, shape or form. I mean, there was a time I went to an audition. The director was a very, very famous white director and on actor went in very wonderful, wonderful actor went in and was told by this director, can't you Can you just be more black? And when he came out, and he told me that I went back in, and I said, How do you know how many black people do you know what is your definition of what Being black is what? What is your definition of what Black. Sounds like I don't want to do your movie. I don't want to be associated with you. And actually, if we were to do this correctly, you should walk out into the lobby and apologize to that actor us. You've actually insulted him because this particular had a very deep, articulate, wonderful voice. And it was just so there are things like that just were not allowed. I wouldn't. I wouldn't let him go by Have you been penalized for that in your career? Do you think if I have been, it's without my knowledge. So come I've seen to have been able to Move forward on my career has been what it is. I think it's I've been very fortunate in my career. So if anybody attempted to do that they did with that money with all that as a lead in I talked about your range your talent your musician, Tony nominated Wake up. America is your latest music effort. We played some of it at the beginning of our Conversation, But I think now we have a good foundation to really delve into the song and you heard it. I mean, I didn't know you had lyrical hip hop skills like that, Joe board. Where did that come from? I didn't know you could, you know, go off the dome like that you could drop arrives. That was really we had to make a choice if we thought we wanted to wrap her in that pardon, Andi, we tried some represent justice didn't seem to work. Part of it was that I had a really deep seated feeling about what was being said. I am not a rapper. I would never call myself a rapper or a hip hopper. I think this is more spoken word than anything else. That's something I'm used to. Because I did Shakespeare and so forth on that seemed to work within the context of this song. I talked to my grandson Moses, and he said to me said, You know, he said, Why do you want? Do you like rap? I said I have some, but not all of it. You know, you said, Well, if that's how you feel about it. Don't put it in the song. I said, You know what you're But you did basically put it in the song. There is rhyming in the song There is There is spoken word in the song, but I would not categorize myself as a hip hopper or a rapper. I think they're a lot of people out there who do that much better tonight. Well, if your grandson was here, I would politely inform him. That wrap is a direct descendant of spoken word. And Gil Scott Heron and all these voices and Even Rudy Ray Moore, for that matter, will be in trade by dance to the rhythm of the money in the family will be in play people with alternate facts. That amendment meaning peace that tonight I have a lot after life who could see degree and talent to power. I don't.

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Episode 37: Drive Of The Week

F That Noise

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Episode 37: Drive Of The Week

"And without further ADO, we've every episode with Dr of the week. If you don't know what a drive is, a driver's a line from a TV or movie said with exceptional velocity and volume. Segment belongs to Jamie Klein. All Right Ladies and Dick Liquors what we have here is. Leave one of the. Best Eddie Murphy Movies for those who are familiar with Eddie Murphy of movies such as. Haunted Mansion Dr Doolittle One and two. Thousand Words and of course, Mr Church will you are fucking retarded because Eddie? Murphy was being back in the eighties doing movies such as trading places, Beverly Hills. Cop. I'll even throw motherfucking best offense on that Shit. Golden Child and of course, one of the best Trading places favorite. But this one here is from forty eight hours. Here's an Eddie, Murphy drive for you Fox. Your. fucking pulp. Goddamn Game Love Your fucking mind. Goddamn Damon. fucking mind because God damn game. Your fucking mind because Dan game. Listen this is. Not Your fucking. Still Better F on the front of this. Damon. Movie choices like the two thousand. Stop. Swearing. Serving family. Movies. Eddie Murphy's. He's just swears yet. That's he's hysterical when he just doesn't hold back he here's the thing with that. It's like. He did do two movies without the swearing that was still decent. Golden Child think is a funny movie i. I'm not saying it's good. It's fine and. I actually enjoy the first nutty professor when a lot actually the second one is stupid but as most sequels. Yeah especially comedy sequels awful but. He did come back. I don't know if you've seen the the net flicks. Movie that he did was recently about Rudy Ray Moore. Is Awesome yeah it's fantastic. It's Prime Eddie Murphy, and that's a mention. Any perfect did come back during. Saturday night live in December and I thought that was the best Saturday night live is Ben. He's actually fucking money that cooking show Bert Oh my. Jack Murder? Swears at the end. So, let's let's take a quick poll here when you think back nineteen seventies nineteen eighty Saturday night live Eddie Murphy was the first thing. All Mister Robinson's neighborhood. Hot. Tells me. Now. For me, it's Gumby. I don't know why. Sulky doubt. It I'm GONNA be damaged. You know it just as bad wine. STANDS OUT TO. Me How all of us pretty much chose a of different different character. Yeah. That stands out. I mean. He was the best there ever was night live I. was there anyone better than? Oh Go. His his big thing I think was that he held up pretty much the entire show up. Yeah. Third House at a new cast nobody liked them. No one. Knew he basically ran everything. I mean, when the number two guys Joe Piscopo you know. Got Crew. Go. Slow. Live from New York. It's Saturday night starring Eddie Murphy Joe Piscopo and nobody else you give a shit about. Nobody. Murphy always has a special place in my heart because he was the first are rated to move onto theater at. GRANDPA took me to see Beverly Hills. Nice and I'll never forget when I first started a movie in the theaters. Awesome. When he said fuck like while signs in the first two minutes was. Forever in are rated Eddie Murphy movie in the theater might have been like distinguished gentleman. Like that. One of those trump it was I didn't. I didn't see. It was either that or beverly. Hills cop three. One of my budget's me to see coming to America. Home Really I saw that on my birthday. King. You guys have. Not Distinguished Gentlemen together. Yeah. I think so I think we saw that in the together. You guys rated. Shout out the Harvester Pearson's in that one. Senator. nessie atmosphere. That was the drive of the week brought to you by trash men media for the latest blu-ray and movie commentary go to Media Dot COM also on twitter and facebook. and. Don't forget to check out www dot. Dot Com your latest news and Noble Shit.

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of one one a man man is is dead dead it's following following kind of a a a police police homemade involved involved movie shooting shooting at at Chicago's Chicago's lake lake view view neighborhood neighborhood very much is at at and around around I five five think o'clock o'clock that that's Sunday Sunday something morning morning that in in the the thirty thirty you six six know that hundred hundred film block block of of was north north trying Ashley Ashley to find its audience police police say say it it in began began its time with with a a shooting shooting and outside outside for a a whatever bar bar reason which which critically critically injured injured it person person it has Chicago Chicago it has more police police life interim interim I think superintendent superintendent right now Charlie Charlie back back says says the when when potential police police arrived arrived to have more life they they right chase chase now the the man man and the who who feeling shot shot that at at he them them made an an officer thanks shot to and killed you know Eddie the man Murphy's who opened loving fire it they when encountered he was younger an armed individual soul I I I right down I never the street want to knock anybody who will finds begin to something fire at late them as long as they they found exchanged it gunfire that's what matters and the individual my tastes is like now I always deceased try to from say a I gunshot come away wound the officer

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"His cell parasite is beyond fantastic it was in my opinion the best some of twenty nineteen I'm glad the academy recognized it because I think it's it's no surprise the academy's drop the ball over the last few years in some categories and how they nominate people they got a couple of things right and I and I hope that that helps bring the works of directors from other countries to the forefront American audiences are gonna open up their hello it's a bit in terms of cinema and go see these things and where I'm going with all this is I don't care how soon you found it I just want you to find and in the case of like Rudy ray Moore to go back to the original topic that I think is important in his films do they are little homemade the very much low budget but you know what that was what it took to get them made and that makes it interesting as a any any and and as a lover of cinema it's almost I'm intrigued by how they're made as much as what they are in the finished product state so Eddie Murphy film with a lot of emphasis on how I in a comedic and fun and engaging way but once you're done with that sound as good as it is the intent of getting it made was to send you back toward what readings Raymour and other filmmakers in that period of time makers of color I a is really where we need to put the emphasis on what they were trying to do because you know representation important and I think that was a big emphasis or a big emphasized point tonight by the get the Academy Awards I think moving forward American audiences try to try to diversify your palate when it comes to the things that you watch cruise.

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Awards Season: Oscar Nominations

Mo'Kelly

08:32 min | 2 years ago

Awards Season: Oscar Nominations

"We have the golden globes recently today we get the critics choice awards tomorrow very early in the morning they will be announcing the academy award nominations so it's the awards season some times we can glean what will probably happen with the Academy Awards by what happens in the golden globes not always sometimes many times it's wall has been monitoring the critics choice awards and I think we should start there to see if maybe the critics choice awards are either going or falling in line with the golden globes or offering a different message if you will as far as what should be honored this year from first look the critics have got a much more on point and then lie with me then the glow okay let's go down some the category Best Actor yes Joaquin Phoenix for joker given that Best Actress Renee Zellweger for Judy yes best supporting actor Brad Pitt for once upon a time in Hollywood surprises there yep best supporting actress Laura Dern for marriage story he didn't see it heard was okay best young actor romaine Griffin Davis for the judge a rabid movie don't know if there are a lot of kids related films on there but Hey sure give it to him best acting ensemble the Irishman art is a good okay good let's look let's let's slow down and talk about that but what I don't know if they're put it this way is far as acting goes I was very underwhelmed by the Irishman I I really think people are more impressed by the names will histories and legacies of the people involved in the movie as opposed to the actual performances most people were saying that they really like the the understated performance of Joe Pesci yeah it was nice he didn't really cost a lot he didn't beat anyone with a baseball bat but as far as an acting performance I don't think was all that special I don't think Robert de Niro's performance as the Irishman was special it wasn't anything that I said wow that was vintage Robert Dinero it wasn't like there was any particular moment or monologue or passage the people will come away and say we're gonna be quoting that for years we can quote the godfather we can quote good fellas in an area casino what have you there wasn't really anything all that special quotable about the Irishman as far as the ensemble cast it was great to have all these big names together yeah but they had big names together in the Expendables did make it a great movie big names who were to gather it almost seemed like he was with one last ride together for these particular group of actors for this particular genre and I had heard all the hype in I'm a guy who loves the godfather yeah I'm a guy who loves casino and Goodfellas varying degrees but I loved the genre as a whole love the sopranos so that's something I I I know this genre I appreciate the genre when I saw the Irishman it was really weird it was weird what they did to Robert De Niro and his allies making them blue or whatever so he looked like the actual person it was not necessary they could have chosen a different actor if you're gonna do all that was extracting I did like the fact that it's so it's a movie based on real people real incidents in history and it almost quite like the have the story line and as real events happened it breaks away in the show you this person was actually killed by a bullet to the head nineteen seventy one or whatever and I'll show you a still frame of the actual crime scene or something like that that's something I enjoy it but as far as the acting performances there were not we talk about Star Wars hi Scott Walker same thing in the sense of there were no wow moments for me there was nothing which said to me is like wow I've never seen that before no they were getting killed by basically getting whacked like okay we seen people get whacked like this before because they've already told all those stories just changing the name to fictional people another movie so what we see the Irishman which is based on true events and everything not special I didn't think the performances were special that's not a number that are best acting ensemble right okay I would rather Avengers with that because as far as I'm concerned the acting by Robert Downey junior in Avengers in game was stellar okay well I mean look got it and maybe that's why Avengers in game got best action movie finally can best visual effects of got best animated feature is difficult yes yeah best costume design yes Ruthie Carter for dolomite is my name give it to him let's stop right there if you haven't seen dolomite is my name please see it isn't available on Netflix I think you will view Eddie Murphy in a whole different light a whole new light any have best comedy yeah I agree Eddie Murphy has not only reinvented himself but in this particular performance he's just an actor he's not telling jokes like a comedian he is embodying Rudy ray Moore someone completely different and it's telling you the story of how Rudy ray Moore had to reinvent himself from musician to stage performer two eight kind of comedian telling almost wraps stories on stage right right if you know the history and this is a quintessential LA movie in the sense of Rudy ray Moore is inextricably linked to the history of arts and entertainment in Los Angeles yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah you will recognize the landmarks and everything and that is why eighty Murphy deservedly so also got the lifetime achievement award other film awards go to Quentin Tarantino for once upon a time in Hollywood no surprise a Best Director it was a tie Sam Mendes for nineteen seventeen and bomb June hole for parasite can we just go ahead and assume given Hollywood's reaction and also the foreign correspondents reaction to nineteen seventeen that that's probably going to be best picture Best Actor definitely nominated tomorrow for the Oscar nominations yeah we'll probably will win and I say that for this reason for the foreign correspondents association for the golden globes to give nineteen seventeen best drama award what are the ward was and it had not even been released in theaters yet at that point bright I just said to me that it leaves the Hollywood portion critics correspondence whatever they pretty much made up their mind which says to me Hollywood as far as the voting academy members have pretty much made up their mind and they've probably already decided that this is going to be the movie I've heard nothing but superlatives about it I haven't seen it but I'm just reading the tea leaves it is going to get the nomination but I'm saying if I were to place any money nineteen seventy this Best Picture and Best Director just because of all these other indications I'm getting I agree totally agree best sci-fi or horror which is in an Oscar related category not to to my knowledge but us it's good thank I I I I saw the movie everything was great yeah so I'll be in Emma Jordan Peele fan but I did think the movie is great I do appreciate how he tells very different stories that's the story we haven't seen before I can I can watch it and say like wow that's something different is not the typical horror stories come to typical sci fi story has a little twist at the end is what he usually is going to do now is going to be known for that in the way that M. night Shyamalan is known for that I can appreciate what he does I just didn't think the movie was spectacular yeah but I don't know who would love you to hear it I don't know what was up again so when we come back we'll continue with these critics choice awards and also forecast possibly with coming tomorrow morning with the Oscar nominations this the

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Game it too is is for is it for okay and and I are they here in town or are they in Tulsa Intel stock okay so they won't run into the to the to the rain so ladies and gentleman pre game is poor the game is at six let us go to one of your favorite persons in mine enough final hour Mister Nicholson Sir and Gardiner Manuel black conservatives who think you where would give me a call you back twice that nobody is okay black conservative will get out of his room at the asylum in his bathrobe and shower shoes if I go out and get some fresh air get out of the year me and and that kind of thing he was stuck Hey behold we go do that has it yeah yeah just but by the way have you seen the Eddie Murphy Rudy met room the Eddie Murphy movie have you seem to get our new Eddie Murphy movie yeah now he did he he Esther Bruhl was the director of Memphis is quite brewer it premiered last night it's the NE a it's the of Rudy ray Moore story and Eddie Murphy plays Rudy ray Moore it's pretty pretty earthy but I got an you know what we're doing well I remember being a being fuddy Duddy and being a a baby boomer I remember listening to the dirty Richard Pryor records and in I had to remember what my parents started started out but they had Richard Pryor any had red fox records in the head Rudy ray Moore records called party records right and Rudy ray Moore came out I'll let three he had a lot of talent yeah no no socks was there any too but **** sold more brutal way more so relied and but remote wanted to be in the movies and he he had a bumpy bumpy road but he made it work yeah it would with the goal of my character and I would encourage anyone who wants a slice of americana but history he pulled it off he he is portraying Rudy ray Moore yeah for a we yeah okay and in fact what what are the mid south zone is in the movie but Bobby rush has a cameo in a movie I heard about saw something about that well I don't get too many movies as I'd like to but that's one that I would check out Ahmed may for your white listeners they have no idea of ray Moore may be but just imagine that George Carlin of his era yeah yeah yeah that that's very very close because Colin Colin was a helluva talent yeah well we don't call him back and and and I appreciate that the after goal interlude even calling back I want to second what the young lady who called about a step here yeah I want to meet with them where all are bad you you may know former judge juvenile court judge Claudia Haltom and then there was appointed judge all time was just so and I don't I don't I changed out because I will go ahead but judge all term twenty year juvenile court judge the and all the young ladies coming with new babies and you know delinquency issues and she did have a message either way the minute we gathered at least go with long term pregnancy prevention which is the implant the neck and the thing she started the very small two twenty years ago when I matter to fifteen years ago and for young girls twelve fourteen sixteen years old they don't need to have children by the creditors and credit files that was the young lady's point a step ahead foundation Claudia Haltom started it it's gone beyond that and yes it's something every family should consider so that was my only point in calling back plus you get some great called along the way and yards work to do to get that in and yeah I don't want to open up another can of worms our young men are in trouble we can't allow which has happened including teen pregnancy as they're called him is that but the young man with with few resources shallow family connections what do you call it sociopathy all of that is a part plus the president with no using profanity in his public appearances being that you were doing you would come on to you is doing so well number one number one black young thank you and people don't listen to trump come on trunks voice no no come on yeah but they don't listen to it he is a he is in a role model not but he's a role model for a lot of others no no but but like you say you but but I yeah I get paid it would help you with Hey what kind you wish Andrew and you know what near where you're insane your listeners I want conservatives reinstate at least started so you know what I see the other side don't just keep going as Mr Harmon would say with the total partisanship it's what's good for the nation and we are in deep trouble right now divisive as you say I am just so you know I looked at him and I looked as easy as lovely wife but you know of Kanye would million dollar network yes Sir you may take you some you know Reggie bush used to be with that when you say you when you're talking about Reggie bush Reggie bush the ease a a football analyst down if this one and the NFL stuff right they used to be they they were supposed to get married they were supposed to get married what I would I think she went off the deep end but they're like a two or three babies now in the same room with her no they don't screening I'm saying Connie a I don't understand this young man very tell me but I don't know what planet he's from rural okay diatribe boy will take and he ate from grade president trump support system yeah let me do this little stick you back on hold I got the we got to go to the bottom of the hour no no no no no we just have an phone with free will and stay with us this is six hundred W. are you see glowing skin is always then within eyes apricot scrub made with one hundred percent natural apricot extract.

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Today on the show we're doing some we don't do very often recovering a netflix original movie we are of course talking about Dolemite is mine Aim starring Eddie Murphy about Dolemite Rudy Ray Moore of course and the classic blaxploitation movies and is a fun one let me tell you that I had such a great time with this movie I know complain about Netflix originals all the time on social media in our popcorn born and puzzle pieces group but credit where credit is due I really enjoyed this one and luckily got to see it in the theater thanks to our Buddy Josh Bell who also oh hosts episode with me today so that is great that I got a chance to see it in the theater funny enough it's probably not one that needs to be seen in theaters it's just a sweet little comedy but it was still great to see it so before we jump into it I want to remind you as always to make sure your grabbed piecing it together on your podcast App of choice you can rate and review us on Apple podcasts you can follow us on social media at Piecing God join the aforementioned popcorn and puzzle pieces group where we continue the conversation about all these movies that we talk about on the show and the you know just generally say hi and get in touch with those let us know what you think about the show because we always love hearing from you guys so You know without any further ado I say let's just jump into this one today let's talk about Dolemite is my name all right so today on the show we are talking about Dolemite is my name and with me is Josh Bell. How's it going Josh going well how are you I am good man I'm good and just enjoying this awesome movie year what yeah we were just recording awesome movie or so I figured I'd give you guys a little plug there oh that's so nice view this has been a good movie year it hasn't been and there's been some awesome movies it most certainly has been yeah and you know I guess we'll as we get into our wrap ups and stuff which will become and just like a couple of months here on there will be few net flicks movies and in the you know the conversation they shouldn't even though I rally so hard against Netflix all the time I know you do I know but this is one that I actually really enjoyed so did I you for that because I wonder if I'd have enjoyed it as much or if I'd have been playing on twitter the whole time or something because my attention span but yeah that is that is problematic I actually liked this movie but I came out of it thinking like it's nice that I saw it in the theater but it's kind of the kind of movie that could've been perfectly satisfied to watch at home yeah absolutely it's it's not like a lot of times when when these movies come out you know and you you you get the tweet you know the takes immediately and it's like see it in the big screen possible I think you're right it's not nest sairy but you know for me and my attention span it's always good to see movies in the theater when possible glad we got to do that yes absolutely so dolemite is my name side from just being Dolemite we talked about this at the screening about how the dolemite movies aren't necessarily the greatest movies in the world they're just these refund things from back in the day and aside from this this this Guy Rudy Ray Moore and his story is his life story we'll be story the other big story of the movie is Eddie Murphy Yeah No I think people have been saying that this is sort of a movie about how Eddie Murphy's career in a way well even though I think wordy raigmore had a very different career Murphy has enjoyed much greater success and retire claim for a much longer period of time and for good reason yeah absolutely but this is a bit of a comeback for him in that he hasn't been particularly prolific in the last several years and the movies that he has made have been very poorly received absolutely yeah and I feel like like in these this time that he hasn't done that much everything he's done has been almost like a like oh look he's back and he's gray that was lost the allegedly but I feel like there were other things around that time that he was getting praised for but yeah I guess John Comedies kind of like Norbert and Norbert was like a box office success story then there's these other dreadful high concept comedies like meet days yeah that are terrible but also not successful yeah and then a handful of a movie like I think he's maybe even his most recent movie called Mr Church which was kind of serious true life drama that I never saw but again was just like horribly review yeah barely got a release that's right that didn't net did not do very well so I think is weird 'cause dreamgirls was sort of like a new height for him and he got nominated for an Oscar and it was so popular and successful and then he followed it up by doing nothing good yeah like thirteen years yeah almost like an Adam Sandler kind of thing going on but now he's got a big huge role the little because we talked about it and I think probably on your list so I'll steal your thunder and mention the disaster artists yes the bio pic about Tommy was so lash the making of the room and like you said the dolemite movies and I've only seen the original dolemite which is what's focused on in this movie and there were some maybe one or two sequels and also ray Moore made a bunch of other similar movies that weren't specifically about dolemite but had a lot of the same sensibility to them and I've only seen that original but it is I would say like the room of blaxploitation movies right it's very bad and it's very bad in a way that is so unique to Rudy Ray Moore and you watch this movie and you think there's the only way that this could possibly have been made is as the weird vision of this one guy who is the bane creative force he didn't direct it but he's the CO writer He created the character of Dolemite and he's The star of it and the movie is designed to showcase him sometimes to his detriment and I think that was exactly what happened with Tommy was so room and that's a movie that went on to have a big cult following as dolemite did and people look back on it now and they have a lot of affection for Tommy was though as in-cabin to Rudy Ray Moore in his later years and it's so both the disaster artist andled his name look at the making of this bad movies and everything that kind of haphazardly happened with a sense of affection sure like giving credit to these people like hey maybe these were bad but these were people who didn't have a lot going for them they didn't have a lot of resources they didn't have a lot of support but they had passion and they put these movies together no matter what they're similarly constructed yeah I think I think another parallel to the disaster artist is just the way they as you know as you're watching your kind of you almost are wondering like like why didn't people just give up on him but he just seems to suck people in you know and that was exactly what was happening with time it was so I mean people just it was almost like they couldn't leave they just had to see it through you know no matter what was going to happen and no matter how just crazy and ridiculous a guy during the making of these things right right and I think another thing in the disaster artist you see these like loving recreations of the most ridiculous moments in the room and you have that here too recreate these bids from from the original dolemite and perhaps the only disappointing differences that Rudy Ray Moore is not around shore appreciation the way the Tommy was Oh yeah absolutely but I think he felt some love especially from the hip hop community and stuff like that yeah all right I'm going to go with my first puzzle piece I'm GonNa Kinda jump around here I wasn't going to start with this but just because we were talking about that appreciation and the hip hop community and also we're talking about those re-creations jeans so this is one of those weird ones where it's like we're a movie that's like either a longtime sequel or based on a true story whatever one of those ones that the thing I'm going.

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Film from nineteen seventy five which is called dolomite is one of these movies that's so bad that it's great if you look terrible editing terrible acting terrible storyline terrible everything's a very much like planet nine from outer space the ed wood movie about which Johnny Depp and Martin Landau made films other probably over ten years ago now very much in that lines but Eddie Murphy is was a huge fan of Rudy ray Moore then decided he wanted to pay tribute to him by making this movie that is the story of Rudy ray Moore how he gets started and the story of the making of this movie dolomite I cannot tell you how hard I was laughing during this movie it is hello Larry Asli funny this movie is just a made for Eddie Murphy in do you know his his talents to bring in that sort of jive seventies Prasanta to the whole thing it's it's a very interesting story about a very interesting time and the making of the the process of making of this movie is hilariously funny sun it's in select theaters right now none October twenty fifth it's going to be on Netflix so everyone will be able to see it and we were able to sit down and talk with the stars of the movie Eddie Murphy Wesley snipes Keegan Michael key Mike Epps among others let me take a quick break and when we come back we'll share those one on one interviews for you here on WGN Blackhawks.

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Cent always there's actually I don't know if tribe. make money off discounted oysters that's tie knot on market place in just a moment here on WNYC we'll be back with all things considered at seven tonight mostly clear through tonight love about forty six degrees sunny tomorrow high near sixty it's six thirty. support for W. NYC comes from Netflix presenting dolomite is my name Eddie Murphy stars as Rudy ray Moore who prove naysayers wrong when his alter ego dolomite became a nineteen seventies blaxploitation phenomenon now playing in theaters. this is W. N. Y. C. ninety three point nine FM AM twenty and P. R. news New York conversation. marketplace is supported by Baird more than investment professionals for one hundred years Baird has partnered with individuals businesses institutions and communities working together toward their financial goals more information is available at one hundred dot com it is a rare rare job day Friday in this economy when the jobs report is not the big big news but that is where we find ourselves today from American public media this is market for. market place's supported by C. three dog night addressing the world's most challenging problems at the convergence of artificial intelligence. and the last to cloud computing learn more at C. three dot ani fan by personal capital introducing a new high yield account personal capital cash FDIC insured learn more at personal capital dot com slash cash and by progressive insurance offering snapshot a device that it just insurance rates based on safe driving habits now that's progressive learn more at progressive dot com or one eight hundred progressive in Los Angeles it is.

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ray mean to you when you were growing up did you used to sneak listens to his records and the name because I started doing stand up when I was about when I'm when I'm fifteen so I'm look before baby for thirteen fourteen I'm kinda like Listin to start listen to Richard Pryor and then I listened to everything like that Derek and Clive it but the Dudley Moore and Peter cook. lord Buckley all the rest of the National Lampoon album to listen to and all that. George Carlin Bill Cosby. and Rudy red red fox Rudy ray Moore isn't part of that group re read more as like the underground like those guys in the mainstream and he was kind of like a hundred gram. so when I started watching him list in hand it was inspirational. then it was like I was just a fan of that but it was funny this fire to be like that but I knew he was all the way in the bottom this is this characters in my creation this is a real person the first time I played a real person and so I'm trying to. when you do somebody's movie in your playing the best ones when you capture the essence just a little bit of it you know it's not like you're doing mimicking them to capture their their assets that's what I was trying to do with this guy how excited are you that you're gonna be doing us a knowledge. I like going back to old high school. and that was demanding out with Eddie Murphy last night yeah the O. J.'s were also on the roof the red carpet they were performing on the red carpet that's cool the end of the carpet the you know down a little of roller coaster they did they did love train they did backstabber is money money money money did that they did all their hits I am so far away from my DJ days start a mix up backs I know man I love train love roller coasters you know very it it's an honest mistake. it's sad but it's on. but for each bridges picking out a home for me right now our she says she'll visit but we know it's not true. Steve there the O. J. G. O. you visit me in a home and bring soup no okay just check in wow measuring the considerate it was cold unbelievable are we come back we got a little open news Kanye news Ricky Martin news and more team that you're more entertainment for Monday eight sixteen seven twenty WGN what do you have Steve our terrorism charges have been filed against a man in the Woodfield mall incident remember he drove through the mall in Schaumburg earlier this month I will tell you what prosecutors found on his computer coming up at eight thirty from the WGN newsroom my first all Iman Eisenhower at two ninety four causing a backup from eighty three it's about forty minutes in from.

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on KOMO

"Hollywood minute Eddie Murphy as Rudy ray Moore that coming up. president trump supporters face the new push for impeachment on Sunday programs attacking the person who brought the Ukraine call concerns to light Bob Constantini has that president trump tweeting Sunday I want to meet not only my accuser who presented second and third hand information but also the person who illegally gave this information which was largely incorrect to the whistle blower was this person spying on the U. S. president the visor Steven Miller was on fox news Sunday the president of the United States as the whistle blower and this individual is a saboteur trying to undermine a democratically elected government not only do the president and his aides want to go after the unnamed whistle blower regarding the rough transcript of the call to Ukraine's president but they are targeting Adam Schiff chair of the house intelligence committee president trump tweets he should be questioned at the highest level for fraud in treason Schiff says the concerned intelligence community employee may be testifying in coming days behind closed doors Democrats want to hear from Mr trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani whom they accuse of doing freelance diplomacy aimed at getting Ukraine to investigate Joe when hunter Biden Giuliani asked if he'll testify on ABC's this week I have to be guided by my client frankly I'm a lawyer it's his privilege not mine if he decides that he wants me to testify of course I'll testify even though I think Adam Schiff is an illegitimate chairman this year's already pre judge the case fresh off a Saturday round of golf with the president and his Virginia club senator Lindsey Graham on CBS's face the nation I can't believe we're talking about impeaching the president based on an accusation based on hearsay who is this possible or what buys to their hand why did they take this was the blowers to tell a hearsay story the transcript does not match the complaint the president is pushing the theory the whistle blower is a Democrat who maybe part of the deep state aligned against him a holdover from the Obama administration we may find out soon but Costantini Washington what shift gear. is it twenty one till now and bring in gimbal Hannah we're talking with Caitlin Bailey communications director at decriminalizing sex work their website D. S. work dot org as in decriminalize sex the S. work dot org are you in favor of the completely legalizing prostitution or just decriminalizing and if so what distinction do you draw their. decriminalizing fax working shacks working at work but it is also the fact when we stop arresting people in this country for engaging K. facts you know we didn't add as bureaucratic layers of that if you wanna do death of your body I don't think you should have to get the state involved I think we should just stop the arrest you effective when you appeared on my night time talk show had some a caustic comments to make about the state of Nevada where there has been some decriminalization you felt that it was accompanied by excessive state regulation and I'm not quite sure what's involved in that other where it's legal but here's a list of twenty five rules you have to follow I'm not sure what the problem is you explain if you would why that's a problem absolutely in the bottom the bottom of the only state in the union which will be called regulated prostitution and it has the highest arrest rate per capita for prostitution it's impossible to work legally in Reno or Las Vegas for the highest demand and and it's impossible to work as a sex worker if you've ever been arrested for prostitution they will not allow people who have ever been arrested for engaging in the world that his profession to ply their trade legally bar them from registering with the sheriff's office submitting themselves for bi weekly STV exams which are publicly available and it turns workers in Nevada into a kind of second class citizens and that model really only helps the brothel owners. it sounds in fact the the way you describe the law is if it must have been written by the brothel owners as opposed to the employees yes but in fact it was in nineteen seventy one I don't know if you remember but we weren't really letting sex workers advocate for themselves anyway I must confess it probably escape by immediate attention but. what is this group but decriminalize sex is it could you describe it as a labor union as such. you can I mean that would be something that would have to happen after decriminalization you know it's very difficult to organize a criminalized class. first priority and we want to stop the arrest okay you yourself as a spokeswoman for the group that you were used to practice this trade and they you did so apparently under rather unusual circumstances you did not feel quote forced into it that you had a certain amount of independent wealth there was not a financial gain was it just what kicks I mean why did you choose to go down what I suppose can be a rather perilous route well I mean I mean. I was young and I have the sneaking suspicion that I was being lied to about the world's oldest profession and I wanted to see for myself I've always been an impure effect and so I wanted to go out there and discover and I found that you know we've been wrong about that store really really long time the only phone that I would pick with you it's it's actually not that unusual the overwhelming majority of people involved in the sex trade are doing so voluntarily the. not the kind of Cold War soon in network affect trafficking rings that the media would have you believe faction can was not in fact a documentary all right in other words in the the what is is the problem of of trafficking that is to say of the of people being a place in this line of work on willingly or retained with with pressure is that an exaggerated problem. I graduated problem but it's very much a product of criminalization you know when you have a class of people who can be threatened with arrest if they report filed an application at the mid to get them if they are in a life of their stigmatized and are more vulnerable to exploitation but labor exploitation and trafficking you know which in it is not in the mood for facts are all over the labor factor in agriculture in the service economy and domestic labor there are lots of kinds of people who are forced into work that day but they're not they're not going to voluntarily it's not unique to the factory and finally there is of course the moral argument that sex should only take place within marriage and that the however you slice it that this is simply eight a morally incorrect course of action. well you know one of the benefits or drawbacks depending on your point of view of living in the freest country on earth is coming to terms with the fact that there are people that are making choices that are different from the one he would have been like. Caitlyn Bailey at communications director at the S. work dot org as in decriminalize sex the S. work dot board is sixteen tales coming up uber accused of squelching sexual misconduct when American morning returns after these messages..

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Hollywood minute Eddie Murphy as Rudy ray Moore that coming up. president trump supporters face the new push for impeachment on Sunday programs attacking the person who brought the Ukraine call concerns to light Bob Constantini has that president trump tweeting Sunday I want to meet not only my accuser who presented second and third hand information but also the person who illegally gave this information which was largely incorrect to the whistle blower was this person spying on the U. S. president the visor Steven Miller was on fox news Sunday the president of the United States as the whistle blower and this individual is a seven tour trying to undermine a democratically elected government not only do the president and his aides want to go after the unnamed whistle blower regarding the rough transcript of the call to Ukraine's president but they are targeting Adam Schiff chair of the house intelligence committee president trump tweets he should be questioned at the highest level for fraud in treason Schiff says the concerned intelligence community employee maybe testifying in coming days behind closed doors Democrats want to hear from Mr trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani whom they accuse of doing freelance diplomacy aimed at getting Ukraine to investigate Joe when hunter Biden Giuliani asked if he'll testify on ABC's this week I have to be guided by my client frankly I'm a lawyer it's his privilege not mine if he decides that he wants to testify course I'll testify even though I think Adam Schiff is an illegitimate chairman this year's already pre judge the case fresh off a Saturday round of golf with the president and his Virginia club senator Lindsey Graham on CBS's face the nation I can't believe we're talking about impeaching the president based on an accusation based on hearsay who is this possible or what binds to the hand why did they take this was a blower to tell a hearsay story the transcript does not match the complaint the president is pushing the theory the whistle blower is a Democrat who maybe part of the deep state aligned against him a holdover from the Obama administration we may find out soon but Costantini Washington what shift gear. is it twenty one till now and bring in jumbo hand we're talking with Caitlin Bailey communications director at decriminalizing sex work their website D. S. work dot org as in decriminalize sex the S. work dot org are you in favor of the completely legalizing prostitution or just decriminalizing other so what distinction do you draw their. decriminalizing back working you know work is work but it is also the fact when we stop arresting people in this country for engaging K. facts you know we didn't add a bureaucratic layers of that if you wanna do death of your body I don't think you should have to get the state involved I think we should just stop the arrest you effective when you appeared on by night time talk show had some a caustic comments to make about the state of Nevada where there has been some decriminalization you felt that it was accompanied by excessive state regulation and I'm not quite sure what's involved in that other where it's legal but here's a list of twenty five rules you have to follow I'm not sure what the problem is you explain if you would why that's a problem absolutely in the bottom the bottom is the only state in the union with legal regulated prostitution and it has the highest arrest rate per capita for prostitution it's impossible to work legally in Reno or Las Vegas for the highest demand is and it's impossible to work as a sex worker if you've ever been arrested for prostitution they will not allow people who have ever been arrested for engaging in the world's oldest profession to ply their trade legally a bar them from registering with the sheriff's office submitting themselves for bi weekly STD exam are publicly available it turns workers in Nevada into a kind of second class citizens and that model really only helps the brothel owners. it sounds in fact the the way you describe the law is if it must have been written by the brothel owners as opposed to the employees yes but in fact it was in nineteen seventy one I don't know if you remember but we weren't really leading thinkers advocate for themselves anyway I must confess that it probably is gay my immediate attention. what is this group decriminalize sex is it could you describe it as a labor union as such. I think you and I mean that would be something that would have to happen after decriminalization you know it's very difficult to organize a criminalized class. first priority and we want to stop the arrest okay are you yourself as a spokeswoman for the group that you were used to practice this trade and they you did so apparently under rather unusual circumstances you did not feel quote forced into it that you had a certain amount of independent wealth there was not a a financial gain yes was it just for kicks I mean why did you choose to go down but I suppose can be a rather perilous route I mean I. I was young and I have the sneaking suspicion that I was being lied to about the world's oldest profession I wanted to see for myself I've always been an empiricist and so I wanted to go out there and discover and I found that you know we've been wrong about that store really really long time the only phone that I would pick with you it it's actually not that unusual the overwhelming majority of people involved in the sex trade are doing so voluntarily the there's not at the high end of the Cold War soon network affect trafficking rings that the media would have you believe you're faxing can was not in fact a documentary all right day in other words then the the what is is the problem of of trafficking that is to say of the of people being a place in this line of work on willingly or retained with with pressure is that an exaggerated problem. exaggerated problem but it's very much a product of criminalization you know when you have a class of people who can be threatened with arrest if they report filed an application at the net against them if they are in a life of their stigmatized and are more vulnerable to exploitation but labor exploitation and trafficking you know with in fact it is not you the facts are all over the labor factor in agriculture in the service economy and domestic labor there are lots of kinds of people who are forced into work that day but they're not they're not doing to voluntarily if not unique to the factory and finally there is of course the moral argument that sex should only take place within marriage and that the however you slice it that this is simply eight a morally incorrect course of action. well you know one of the benefits or drawbacks depending on your point of view of living in the freest country Americans coming to terms with the fact that there are people that are making choices that are different from the one he would have been like. Bailey a communications director at the D. S. work dot org as in decriminalize sex the S. work dot board.

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"So we'll get one lucky follow and opportunity to make amends its unblocked. Me bowl, Bomani. We haven't done blocked me Bo in a little while this. It's kind of difficult to people that are blood. Yeah. That's the hard part like put it on Instagram by large because like how the people well in. So bless the hearts of the people who are tweeting at us their friends who are blocked so that they can see the video. I tried to read tweet them, you know, give them a little more love get the people a little bit more encouragement got two contestants on the show today. My man, Eric and Mamane kion. Have you observed what their cases are supposed to be here. They are kion. He tweeted at you a string or Belleville. Ooh. Boy, he should know better. Yes. This the guy who said a reminder of why stringer Ville was the best. And this was back in twenty thirteen. Wow. It has been. Yeah. And he knew he knew better by then this is all I'm trying to figure out man. Like, you know, I'm going to do this to you. Why in the world are you asking for it to happen in the first place? Like, I kind of feel like we had believed. His after Bill whatever my homeboy toss about Rudy Ray Moore dolemite any ad older. Cousin who's really big Rudy Ray Moore fan? You went to a room Rudy Ray Moore concert and Rudy. Ray Moore called him. And is one of the great highlights of his life is to be called a high yellow motherfucker by Rudy Ray Moore. And maybe that's what these guys want from me. Right. Is that what it is that they can tell their friends that this has happened. But then they always wanna big and try to come back the tin -cially. I mean that sounds about right. But let's hear from kion at K K. Jeff. Abo- kion from home, Louisiana, you block the of bow wanna say three years ago, you were going on a year channels about string of Bill bad to how you say a tantrum if character in every plied with a two minute YouTube clip of fielded starring those on the most intriguing fictional characters in television. And naturally, you block me, and I can get back on this side. You know, we'll never be on a string of Bill course, not find that you just by fictional character. More than real Lacrima real-life stuff. Anyway, get back to me of Allah. Tantrum. He said. Okay. Okay. Me about this era guy. Let's see Eric. He claims that you blocked him over a tweet about Nick Chubb, not having good of a career Alfred Morris, but coincidentally there is another tweet that day were you said patrol is a man of malleable morals, which is rarely what Louisiana needs, but what is so attracted to and he said just like every politician they ever elect. Yeah. That was like Cottam point. I wonder what he did to get block because that doesn't seem like it was blog worthy. Okay. So the Nick tweet you said. That's the thing. Good. As McCaffrey is. He's the fourth running back in this draft behind net cook and Chubb, and he said Chubb won't have a career as good as Alfred Morris. You know, what I gotta say era guy. Absolutely sounds like he deserves to be unblocked. Whoa. Hold on. Hold on. Let's hear from Iraq. First before we give them a call. Hold on. Eric from Birmingham. Alabama Twitter handle RC is our and I got blocked because I said that Nick sure would be looking careers is out for Morse. They're still think from the air..

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"It's our beloved signature segment, momentous occasions, dealing this is actually a beloved signature segment Harv, we just not fought of a new idea about this. This. How about this? It's time for our segment. Yeah. That you know piece of an oria. Sure. Go ahead. It doesn't press play Brian. Hello, Jordan, Jesse and random bubble cast member this busy with a momentous occasion. Earlier this week. I got a off brand fitness watch. And last night, I sex for the first time in six months during the act, my watch lit up and said keep up the good work. You got the zoo. Awesome. Let any Drax get ya. For contract ass-, you know about these Dracula's Dana. Now, do you let them even work it? Let's say like, you would think that if you were hiring like at a subway sandwich. Shop for example, you're hiring sandwich artists. Yeah. You would think you would think that there would be a question on that questionnaire? That says are you Dracula, and there's no question on that questionnaire. So the reality of the situation is if you go into a several ways an arby's. If you go into the queue, you might be staring Dracula straight in the fucking face, right? You know, you know, what I would do if I saw Dracula arby's. I I I pop it one St. straight in the schnauzers. Dracula are not unlike sharks, that's what they react to. Confuse them fucking hate tracks. I I love the terminology Dracula a single Dracula. Yeah, I'm talking or a black ULA. Sure. Or person Killa? Or Temecula Temecula beautiful country. The for the first scene in the movie. Blacula Dracula bites of black guy which is easily anticipated if you are aware of the title of filming and then he says the line, I christen you, ironically Blacula, and then he burst out laughing malevolently, and they cut to the titles, and it wish they would just stay for a beat later. So black look ago. No, really, what's my name. All I stick with Blacula. We all want to go to lunch kidding aside. What's? I went through a period in the nineteen nineties during the the the reappropriation of blaxploitation cinema that happened around where I want Rudy Ray Moore had a big resurgence. Exactly, I watched a number of those films, including Blacula, and the only thing I really remember about Blacula is that the female lead of Blacula is like the most beautiful human being I've ever seen in my life. Let's it Rosalind cash by you can't think of what her name was. I remember. Question Blacula was to Bill withers Blacula was played by William Marshall. Who is later the king of cartoons. That's a fun fact. No, I was on the other end of this call at one point not actually this call. But I I can remember a time after completing the love making process, and then my partner checks her fit bit. And I I wanted nothing more than two. I just wanted to know like so it was that. How many calories you normally? Or is that usually goes is that was a lot. It was would you? How how I I wanna see a graph. Basically, I love the name the love making process. Yeah. It's a real romantic. It says there's a Henry Ford aspect insurance. Soup-to-nuts Jordan doesn't. Right. And all the time soup to nuts. Yes. And that the song is always playing in the background..

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"It's our beloved signature segment, momentous occasions, dealing this is actually a beloved signature segment Harv, we just not fought of a new idea about this. This. How about this? It's time for our segment. Yeah. That you know piece of an oria. Sure. Go ahead. It doesn't press play Brian. Hello, Jordan, Jesse and random bubble cast member this busy with a momentous occasion. Earlier this week. I got a off brand fitness watch. And last night, I sex for the first time in six months during the act, my watch lit up and said keep up the good work. You got the zoo. Awesome. Let any Drax get ya. For contract ass-, you know about these Dracula's Dana. Now, do you let them even work it? Let's say like, you would think that if you were hiring like at a subway sandwich. Shop for example, you're hiring sandwich artists. Yeah. You would think you would think that there would be a question on that questionnaire? That says are you Dracula, and there's no question on that questionnaire. So the reality of the situation is if you go into a several ways an arby's. If you go into the queue, you might be staring Dracula straight in the fucking face, right? You know, you know, what I would do if I saw Dracula arby's. I I I pop it one St. straight in the schnauzers. Dracula are not unlike sharks, that's what they react to. Confuse them fucking hate tracks. I I love the terminology Dracula a single Dracula. Yeah, I'm talking or a black ULA. Sure. Or person Killa? Or Temecula Temecula beautiful country. The for the first scene in the movie. Blacula Dracula bites of black guy which is easily anticipated if you are aware of the title of filming and then he says the line, I christen you, ironically Blacula, and then he burst out laughing malevolently, and they cut to the titles, and it wish they would just stay for a beat later. So black look ago. No, really, what's my name. All I stick with Blacula. We all want to go to lunch kidding aside. What's? I went through a period in the nineteen nineties during the the the reappropriation of blaxploitation cinema that happened around where I want Rudy Ray Moore had a big resurgence. Exactly, I watched a number of those films, including Blacula, and the only thing I really remember about Blacula is that the female lead of Blacula is like the most beautiful human being I've ever seen in my life. Let's it Rosalind cash by you can't think of what her name was. I remember. Question Blacula was to Bill withers Blacula was played by William Marshall. Who is later the king of cartoons. That's a fun fact. No, I was on the other end of this call at one point not actually this call. But I I can remember a time after completing the love making process, and then my partner checks her fit bit. And I I wanted nothing more than two. I just wanted to know like so it was that. How many calories you normally? Or is that usually goes is that was a lot. It was would you? How how I I wanna see a graph. Basically, I love the name the love making process. Yeah. It's a real romantic. It says there's a Henry Ford aspect insurance. Soup-to-nuts Jordan doesn't. Right. And all the time soup to nuts. Yes. And that the song is always playing in the background..

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"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"rudy ray moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But how would we use the shoe? Just because you have a tool doesn't mean that you have to use? That is Julia Torres maybe my favorite so far another of cliff Mr. picks for convicts to watch in two thousand nine hundred and cliff. What do you love about? Julia. Julia Torres has a very unique sensibility. And I encourage people to go on YouTube and seek out the sketches that he's written for SNL usually on SNL. They don't credit who wrote which sketch beacon sort of tell when Julio wrote a sketch because he has such a unique stamp. He wrote a sketch called wells for boys and a sketch starring Ryan Gosling called papyrus. Both are hilarious both extremely memorable. Encourage people to check those out. And despite the fact that he writes for SNL has been on Jimmy Fallon several times. He's still not a household name. And I think maybe two thousand nineteen will be the year that changes that for Julio. If you're just tuning in. I'm speaking with cliff nester off as a comedy historian, an author of the book comedians. Drunks thieves scoundrels and the history of American comedy. So far we've been talking about some of the new. Voices in comedy that you say we should be looking out for you. Also want to talk a little bit more about the established voices and comedy, we might be seeing again, including and this is really exciting including you mentioned, Eddie Murphy. What's Eddie Murphy up? Do that makes you excited in two thousand nineteen? Well, Eddie Murphy is is going to be really in the news this year with a movie that's coming out. It's a comedy biopic. That'll be on Netflix later in the year written by a screen screenwriting duo, Larry cares. You ski and Scott Alexander, and Larry and Scott are the guys who are responsible. Most recently for the people vs OJ Simpson. But if you go back to the nineteen nineties, they did another people versus movie called the people vs, Larry Flint, and they're known for doing sort of cheeky biopic that are both dramatically. Exciting and hilarious, most notably. A Tim Burton movie that started Johnny Depp, and Sarah. Jessica Parker and Martin Landau called Ed Wood back in one thousand nine hundred four what those guys did for Ed Wood. This filmmaker who was so bad. It was great. They are now doing with Eddie Murphy for a guy named Rudy Ray Moore best known as dolemite this nineteen seventies. Blaxploitation movie star real guy Rudy Ray Moore had been a stand up comedian on the chitlins circuit very flamboyant. Very outrageous, and Eddie Murphy has completed principal photography in this film. And the early reports are that it's just monumental that he's fantastic. And so you're going to hear a lot about this. I want to play for people who aren't familiar with Rudy Ray Moore? This is a clip to the film. You just mentioned. I'm the one that killed Monday. Hold up. Thursday detail pod. Jones. I'm the one that had the elephants roost in trees and all of that. Bb? From the first that is Rudy Ray Moore cliff. So why do you think Eddie Murphy, you mean famously wouldn't wouldn't even do any stand up on the SNL anniversary a few years ago? Why do you think he's interested in telling the story of agree more now? Well, Eddie Murphy, like pretty much anybody involved in comedy was inspired by those who came before, you know, his hero was Richard Pryor. But he loved red FOX. He loved Rudy Ray Moore. These were these sort of original African American comedians who crossed over to white audiences in the nineteen sixties and seventies. So I know Eddie Murphy grow- grew up hearing Rudy Ray, Moore comedy albums. Probably grew up seeing the dolemite movie the human tornado, the avenging disco, godfather, PD wheat, straw, the devil. Son-in-law? These are the four Rudy Ray Moore movies, which you'll hear about in this film. I think he just has this incredible affection for these comedians who came before and certainly Rudy Ray Moore influenced a lot of hip, hop culture. You hear him sampled a lot. He was very proof. Fain and he's just an incredibly enjoyable novelty for anybody. But especially for somebody who's getting involved in comedy at a young age as Eddie Murphy did. So let's just move to sketch comedy right now. I want to start out with a group at a Minneapolis called the fourteen ninety ones. They're all indigenous. We're not gonna play a clip because their work is almost entirely visual. So it doesn't really work in the radio as super briefly because we're we're nearly at a time. Why do you think people should check out the fourteen ninety one four thousand nine hundred lines again, a very unique perspective like you say an all indigenous sketch troupe featuring a guy named Dallas gold tooth. Who was a very well known environmental activist and comedian has worked with the. Yes, men doing satirical pranks. He also was one of the organizers of the standing rock protest against the code access pipeline two years ago and their comedy is really well informed. Really interesting unapologetically indigenous and anybody who is a non native should really seek them out there. Well known in native circles, not so well known in non native and white circles encourage everybody to go on. Youtube and look up the fourteen ninety once and your last pick is another sketch group. They're called tall, boys. Demand. They're based here in Toronto pretty new there's no recorded material. I've been hearing about them to around town, which is so rare cliff what struck you about what Talboys demand doing tomboys demand describes themselves as a diverse group acting diversely diverse. Meaning that two of the members are black one is Asian and one is first nations and that informs their comedy, it's very politically charged. But at the same time, they're very goofy. They're very funny. They're very clever. They've only been together since October two thousand sixteen mostly playing at the Rivoli Toronto. Which is where the kids in the hall got their start, which is sort of apropos because Bruce McCulloch from the kids in the hall has sort of been mentoring tall boys to man. And so you can keep your eyes open later this year. It looks like Bruce McCulloch will be helping to produce something for Talboys demand. I think they're going to be very well known in a very short amount of time. We had Bruce McCulloch in not that long ago for the new kids in the hall book. Did you get a chance? To read that. I did I got it for Christmas. It's called one dumb guy by Paul Myers. Who is the brother of Mike Myers, and I just loved it. It just instilled me with nostalgia. And joy and love for this sketch troupe. That really were the biggest thing going in Canada more of a cult following in the United States, but we're very very influential and also the trajectory of Mike Myers. The brother of the author of the book and how he and kids in the hall kind of coincided and competed with each other in the early eighties before any of them were famous. Also, quite fascinating. Yeah. I really recommend the new kids in the hall book. It's great cliff Esther. Thanks for talking to me today. My pleasure. Thanks, Tom cliff, nester office, a comedy historian, author of the book the comedians. Drunks thieves scoundrels and the history of American comedy. One more song before we say goodbye, it is January ninth. And.

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