17 Burst results for "Ruth Gordon"

"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

06:01 min | 9 months ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"You're so young and so much different than I did three sixteen and I think I'm going to find there you go. Yeah, the version of me and Jason Charles Miller doing that and took his rooftop sessions. I was one of the first times I met Jason in my life. He just knew I was a kiss fan and said, hey, I do this rooftop singing thing you have any interest and I was like any we're both kisses. Let's do Kiss songs do it man home. So yeah, they'll do it. It's Ruth Gordon, right? Well, they killed my mama drove my daddy Stone belakang. And you go to church tomorrow you to roll in the club. Throw me in the club. That's Ruth Gordon everyone from long way. You can still good. I was just going to end the show. Was there anything to sign up? Yes. No, just you know, you know, if you're a if you're on a tree on you can pick other people that you can support So if you're if you got you know, a $5 extra Patron to throw to John every month, you know, you can do it annually now, which is fat loss of fascinating to me. So in one Fell Swoop, you can become a patron for the year at whatever level so and it's cheaper because patreon doesn't take their direct cut. We don't get it off but they shave off some that goes back to you. So instead of you know, it's I you know, $5 a month instead of it being 60 is 54 55 or whatever with them. Check it out. Yeah. Yeah, and so, you know that the fee that they charge us so that that's one of the ways to do it and so people become a patreon supporter. So patreon.com Sparks or patreon.com Stuttering John which I by the way when I set it up I helped him set it up. I was there present and I was like I put in my name like no you put in Stuttering John. That's your show. That's your brand. That's what you write. Like don't confuse people. I mean honestly, so thank you. Yes. See Robert Myers is a patreon to both of us for lunch only that you know, he came to my comedy shows and great cat. He's a great night how this thing this thing that I bought you know, this is the adapter for the MacBook Pro off when I plug in the direct, you know Wi-Fi thing, you know, you know, I want to if your ethernet cable Yes, so when I plug that in to this doesn't work, it only works when I plugged directly into the computer. Why? What do you mean if you plug directly into the computer in other words I plugged and you had your doubling up on the once? Yeah, because I have the microphone know. I have the power cord and I have the internet so I have to you know, and the and the microphones USB so I need that adapter off but right right plug that you know, the ethernet thing into that adapter. It doesn't matter. This is the closest you'll get to ever see the private conversations that John and I have this is what it's like every time we talked. So here's the problem. You can't Layer Two adapters on top of each other. That's an adapter and then you've got another adapter going into their what you need is a breakout box that has an Ethernet cable and other ports on a it's bigger the there's specifically one that I use it's a little this this was a patreon purchase because the guys help me hold 1 second. I'll run and get it and I'll show you what it is. All right. Hang out house Parts is going to give me some technical advice. I still don't understand what he means by cuz it's only one adapter, but I will ask. Hi Ma. Happy New Year. And so I used this I used this on my laptop as the break out for it. Right? So I had it in the other room cuz I was setting up for tonight, So this is Cal digit breakout box. And this is what it looks like on the back. So this goes into your see the there's one this one right here. It has the little like lightning bolt shaped to it. That's because that works as power. So that goes out to your computer, right or you know, either one of these will technically work but there you go. So and then you got four of the regular USB outs on it, right and then you've got ethernet right here, right? And then you got to DisplayPort and then Optical out if you want something like that and on the front of it it has a mic off. A regular microphone or like dual in headphones another USB C another regular USB 3.0 and then this this what I use for footage off on stuff when I'm filming for sexy liberal, right? Is this is this is not two adapters. I'm just plugging the one thing into this and then that because that I'll tell you why cuz that is not a that that is a job in u.s. That's not a USB C adapter. That's a USB C shaped 3.0 adapter. It's I know it seems like splitting hairs, but they're the kind that have power and they're the kind that don't and the ones that when you're using it to charge shit or you're running the you know, the power through the you need a powered one to do all that stuff at once. So so how much you pay for that thing. This was like three hundred bucks. It's a real deal though. It's I mean and it like I said, it runs off of its own.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"I don't think it's worth it to me. I I like the idea of having everything. Fresh and Natural. Abet expectant mothers to bits of tennis. Nobody's even heard vitamin pills. It's one of the herbs she puts in the drink or is it a nerve can be in a show you to be any or or Israel of Tennis. Are you sure you don't mean this roots or is no tennis routes passing is just like you're dead through. He's into snags glove at point for whatever witchcraft's yeah it's GonNa follow him. Do you remember when you plugged in to the comedy of the movie as opposed to the horror. Everything in it sort of every sort of comedic staying up to watch. My sensibility was early on. Which is that it. Was You know. Macabre but exaggerate. That's all kind of ridiculous. He has certain you know the first thing you say you know. Ruth Gordon is just way over the top the entire time and she's scenery chewing and so Sydney Blackmar. Everything is kind of exaggerated extreme. I other signs of his being kind of bizarre and intimidating to hers. You know he goes on an anti Catholic thing. Nope Obama Visit Society where the newspapers are on strike. I hate is GONNA postpone white till Intel. That's exactly what it is all the customs and rituals all religions. All I think we're funding Rosemary. Not No not religious. My Hero you CA. I was brought up a Catholic now. He'll turn comfortable then. You don't need to have respect for him because he pretended he told me never went to a city where there was newspaper strike in life. I just don't you know his the POKES Costumes the pageantry. It's bullshit so all that to me starting with the elevator operator. I don't go in for this sort of dream sequence chanting and stuff. Yeah you know that I always thought was a sort you know. After I'd seen it twenty times you know a moment to get a sandwich although the you know there well executed as all drains and movies kind of caused us to roller is. These are actually quite. Surreal and beautifully shot storms. And she's added scenes. She's naked the ticking clock ticking clock and then this sort of in the you know they foreshadow the actual rape zone with the streams and so. You're not sure whether this is another dream sequence or whether you're witnessing so live which is pretty creepy. Cool idea.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In the afternoon with a high near forty seven this news is sponsored by perma seal basement systems eighteen year old Ruth Gordon Berlin was founded the backseat of a car in the garage your IC Saturday WGN TV is Dana Robic has the information about it someone called nine one one after seeing this unconscious woman they say in her late teens in the back of a white sedan the backseat of that car paramedics once they got here said they could not revive her Gordon was pronounced dead at the scene her family had reported her missing setter investigations I'm going three mobile phone stores were hit the north west side over the weekend around nine thirty Friday night police say two men wearing white mask busted the window and got away with cell phones in electronics the two hopped in a black Porsche Panamera fifteen minutes later police believe the same group had a second T. mobile store in the thirty nine hundred block of north Campbell only this time police say four people were seen inside that black pen America with two getting out with white mass to execute this masking grab reporting from Belmont central forty deuce WGN news university of Chicago Medical Center reached tentative agreement with its nurses union on a new labor contract WGN's maple Walker has more the tentative agreement has resolved all outstanding issues and nurses will vote on it on Tuesday a reading a strike that was set to start next week about twenty two hundred nurses represented by the union previously walked off the job for a strike on September twentieth maple Walker WGN news the president's personal lawyer Rudy guiliani has once again claimed to have insurance if president trump were to throw him quote under the bus but just hours later he pivoted more from ABC is going to look in a fox news interview Saturday Giuliani was asked about comments in the media about his relationship with the president I say things written like he's going to throw me under the bus right when they say that you say he isn't but I have insurance hours later he tweeted that he was being sarcastic any claims the comment quote relates to the files in my safe about the Biden family's four decade monetizing of his office and quote he added that if you ever disappears that insurance policy will appear immediately when the Lopez ABC news spring court says justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is back in the hospital we get more from ABC's trucks we would suggest as Ginsburg was admitted to Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore last night after experiencing chills and fever says the emailed statement from the court possible infection courses Ginsburg was given antibiotics and fluids or symptoms have lessened and he is expected to be released from the hospital in the morning Ginsburg's eighty six and that again is A. B. C.'s trucks Iverson reporting of states across the country passed increasingly restrictive abortion laws illinois' come what some call the abortion hub of the Midwest we get more from ABC's can't Martin Illinois has seventeen health clinics and next year all plan to offer some form of abortion service including the abortion pill the Planned Parenthood clinic in Springfield is taken in patients from as far away as New York it is also seen as average daily number of patients increase from thirty to nearly fifty Planned Parenthood recently opened a new clinic it'd been quietly building for a year across the river from Saint Louis that's where miseries last abortion clinic is fighting state efforts to shut it down can Martin ABC news Saint Louis twenty five year old Daniels more surf skate was target practicing with his bow in their owner's backyard when one shot got away from him hit an unintended target his neighbor Aplin Aurora once more sense gaze Errol hit the neighbor in his knee while he was painting the front of his home Wisconsin's job growth dropped from Klay in the first half of twenty nineteen although economists say there's little cause for concern the state had two million nine hundred and forty five thousand non farm jobs through June up nine thousand three hundred forty from the same period last year as well behind the year over year increases for every June since the recession ended a decade ago economists say a key reason is low low unemployment rate the annual magnificent mile lights parade lit up downtown Chicago Saturday night many my Barbara Johnson and her family arrived early to get a good spot for the annual parade it's a tradition it's a nice tradition Apollo this may be a it's magic Riley family had a cushy front seat to the weather more than a million lights will be blowing along the magnificent mile Chicago police are out in full force along the route from oak street down Michigan Avenue to the Chicago River WGN TV is Gaynor hall reporting a former player is suing his high school it's football coaches ministry doors and a former teammate over alleged hazing including an incident last year in which he and other players were forced run they cut across the field former Byron high school players says there's a culture of in his words longstanding systemic ritualized hazing and bullying in the football program players were suspended over the the naked run WGN sports Dallas beat Chicago two to one in our shoot out the hawks will host Dallas again but on Tuesday pregame Chris phone six thirty face off at seven John Waterman toward Maria the call on WGN seven twenty WGNO WGN radio dot com college football yesterday Minnesota.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"You don't know much about him in his personal life. He doesn't make his personal life into a political issue. And then he goes, and makes movies that you like you want to restore the star system in Hollywood. This is actually what you need to do. It's very ironic that so many members of Hollywood think that the way to create stars is to put them in the public eye at every. Available opportunity, and to make them as human beings, the issue, you want to create a star, it's the image that matters, not the actual human being behind the image, the, the way to wreck in image of star is to turn the star into a human being is you wouldn't turn Coca-Cola the brand into the group of people who work at Coca-Cola because that's not what you're buying. You're buying the brand, it's very weird that, that Hollywood doesn't seem to understand this dichotomy. Okay. Time for a quick thing, I like and then it quick thing that I hate, and we'll be out of here, so things that I like speaking of Katherine Hepburn, there's a great old comedy again. I have been on an old movie spate with my wife. We, we watched last night, Spencer, Tracy and Katharine Hepburn in their best movie together, Adam's rib, which is a movie about two lawyers Spencer, Tracy a prosecutor. Katherine Hepburn defense lawyer, who basically try opposite sides of a case. They're also married to each other. The movie is, is really funny and really good. It's about the battle of the sexes. It takes feminism very seriously. But it also takes the idea that the sexes are different. Seriously is written by a man and woman. And Garson Canaan and Ruth Gordon who ended up being of course an Oscar winning actress on her own and the and the movie is, is really funny. Here's a little bit the trailer. What don't you dare slam that door right? No. All you pleasant people. This is a Smith named Pete yelping at you about a Tracy named Spencer. Really good. So go check it out, Adam's rib. It's, it's a lot of fun. Okay. Other things that I like Jim Acosta is on a book tour now. I don't really like that in the sense that I think that his book is any good. I highly doubt that it is. I have not read it. So I, I would just express my doubts. I'm open to having my mind changed, although we will. Yeah. Sure, so Juba Kosta was doing an interview, and he said, what I really want is for Republicans to read my book. Oh, yeah. Because you you're such a reach across the aisle, kinda guy, Jim Acosta. I'm sure when you wrote this book you weren't selling it in order to get all of your allies to pick it up all the people who hate Trump and think that you're a righteous crusader for truth, rather than a self-aggrandizing bore. No, you wrote it for Republicans didn't Jim Acosta at each other's throats in as I right towards the end of the book. I don't want to give it away. But, you know, I just got to get back to a place where we have more faith in one another on the same cheese were all Americans. I am not you're not my enemy. You know some folks..

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Steve. Martin and Paul Simon shoe. And so I say to him, you know, I have friends name. Paulin Steve two and Carl. But you might have warned me, right? He said and risk. You not responding the way I hoped he would like so much fun. So it was it was as it was as much like a Hollywood movie is it could be and is it like one of those Brody runs with. That's what happens people are coming back stage every night. Yeah. And you're yes. And it's like, oh my God. You know, I'm talking to Garson Kane and Ruth, Gordon, you know, about born yesterday, which he wrote, right? And you know, talking to Ruth Gordon about thoroughly modern Millie about all of the things that she did in that musical. You know, there's a whole scene in the movie where she dances to get the elevator to move to me that was genius brilliant fabulous. So I got to talk to them and got to talk to just about you name them Manam. And it was just. Really? Are in fun and Paul Simon said to my mom one day. Make sure she enjoys this. Because you get in the middle of it. And you don't realize that you should be enjoying each should be having fun. And my mother said to me Paul Simon says for me to tell you that you should enjoy this. And I have the most fun. So you took that to heart. Yeah. Because listen, I'm from the projects, I'm not. You know, you look at me. And you think well, you're not use this shouldn't be happening to you. Eat a look like, you're, you know, you're not knock out. You're just kind of weird fine. And and it was true. You know, I was. I was not when anyone was expecting, right? So everyone was kinda like, oh, okay. This is kinda great. We among enjoying it to the great as you come to our low. I made a come to theorize, right, right? You know, I said bring all those people that you really want to say. And so much is an invite. And I yeah, she said, oh, yes. I bringing everybody. Yeah. And so, you know, I said where you wanna go what do you want to do? And so because she worked her whole life. You know, I wanted her to have some fun. So of course, once I made my first movie, I was I could you come out here to California, please. And she did. So this is all mildly exciting, then Steven Spielberg, Kohl's. Yes. He says I can't get to New York to see the show. Can you bring it to me and Amblin and just to him? That's what he said. Can you bring into ambler? I was like sure said, you know, I have a little theatre here. Okay. We're that. We're going to be doing stuff with them. I'd love it to be you. And I'd love to see the show. Okay. And. I go, and I meet him. And I think all my God Steven Spielberg because he's already a massive is already all that. And so I say, how did you hear about what you know Alice? Walker sent us all your stuff. And I was like, oh, okay. Did you know he was making a movie now, I didn't know till he told me that he was making them. I see. So he says an and you know, I've heard some really interesting things about you. So that would love to see the shows like, okay? And so he shows me theater, and it's really great. Evening comes to do it. And I'm standing backstage in looking through the little slit, you know, and and the curtain. It's like, oh, wow. That's kind of. Oh my God. That's Michael Jackson has filled. The and he's fills. Yes. Will this little theater where the people and now I'm sweating. So it's Ashford and Simpson is sitting there Quincy Jones, those just just all these people. I think well the worst that can happen is I can't get through the show..

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Steve. Martin and Paul Simon shoe. And so I say to him, you know, I have friends name. Paulin Steve two and Carl. But you might have warned me, right? He said and risk. You not responding the way I hoped he would like so much fun. So it was it was as it was as much like a Hollywood movie is it could be and is it like one of those Brody runs with. That's what happens people are coming back stage every night. Yeah. And you're yes. And it's like, oh my God. You know, I'm talking to Garson Kane and Ruth, Gordon, you know, about born yesterday, which he wrote, right? And you know, talking to Ruth Gordon about thoroughly modern Millie about all of the things that she did in that musical. You know, there's a whole scene in the movie where she dances to get the elevator to move to me that was genius brilliant fabulous. So I got to talk to them and got to talk to just about you name them Manam. And it was just. Really? Are in fun and Paul Simon said to my mom one day. Make sure she enjoys this. Because you get in the middle of it. And you don't realize that you should be enjoying each should be having fun. And my mother said to me Paul Simon says for me to tell you that you should enjoy this. And I have the most fun. So you took that to heart. Yeah. Because listen, I'm from the projects, I'm not. You know, you look at me. And you think well, you're not use this shouldn't be happening to you. Eat a look like, you're, you know, you're not knock out. You're just kind of weird fine. And and it was true. You know, I was. I was not when anyone was expecting, right? So everyone was kinda like, oh, okay. This is kinda great. We among enjoying it to the great as you come to our low. I made a come to theorize, right, right? You know, I said bring all those people that you really want to say. And so much is an invite. And I yeah, she said, oh, yes. I bringing everybody. Yeah. And so, you know, I said where you wanna go what do you want to do? And so because she worked her whole life. You know, I wanted her to have some fun. So of course, once I made my first movie, I was I could you come out here to California, please. And she did. So this is all mildly exciting, then Steven Spielberg, Kohl's. Yes. He says I can't get to New York to see the show. Can you bring it to me and Amblin and just to him? That's what he said. Can you bring into ambler? I was like sure said, you know, I have a little theatre here. Okay. We're that. We're going to be doing stuff with them. I'd love it to be you. And I'd love to see the show. Okay. And. I go, and I meet him. And I think all my God Steven Spielberg because he's already a massive is already all that. And so I say, how did you hear about what you know Alice? Walker sent us all your stuff. And I was like, oh, okay. Did you know he was making a movie now, I didn't know till he told me that he was making them. I see. So he says an and you know, I've heard some really interesting things about you. So that would love to see the shows like, okay? And so he shows me theater, and it's really great. Evening comes to do it. And I'm standing backstage in looking through the little slit, you know, and and the curtain. It's like, oh, wow. That's kind of. Oh my God. That's Michael Jackson has filled. The and he's fills. Yes. Will this little theater where the people and now I'm sweating. So it's Ashford and Simpson is sitting there Quincy Jones, those just just all these people. I think well the worst that can happen is I can't get through the show..

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"But the intent was always if you are going to try this life of Knojic, be prepared to be frightened by who you are and who. Who you're going to come up against because it's it's, it's not. It's not all spells in. Yeah, and robes. It's it's an, it's not all wizard hats and wac. There's no quidditch circle. It's. But what you've described as such a great pitch like it certainly stuff that I'm thinking about doing the comic, it stuff I know that I've seen sort of like in in this new Sabrina in the new charmed like it definitely feels like it's where witch tropes are now. So like it's a very thoughtful take, and you know, I think if people go back now and find secret circle, which I'm sure is streaming somewhere that they will enjoy it, and it feels very contemporary though. It is five. Six, more six, six, six or seven years old? Yeah. Yeah. Before we wrap up, I would love to know what some of your favorite pop culture, which is our. I mean, I think I think with secret circles specifically when I saw the craft my was I was really blown away by how contemporary I had. I didn't. I don't remember seeing something that was so. Of my generation in in that way where it felt what I liked about it was how realistic it felt like with people awakening to powers that they shouldn't have. So I and I thought the way it was presented and the the got quality in was amazing. Then I mean, older. I, I don't know if this is what she enough, but Ruth Gordon in Rosemary's baby has always stood out as like my kind of old witch. That that she was so smart. And again, bringing it back to nothing was easy for those poor which is in resumes, baby, two hundred or something like to to to get what they wanted to bring a dark power into a balance world took so much effort in it felt I liked in Rosemary's baby that it felt like they were so committed. And yet at a certain point, you just would believe if they just gave up because it's just too damn hard to to make magic, but she's a, she was an effective incredibly creepy which I like a lot. Yeah, that's a great one that it's such a grounded and like character based approach to the trope. Right? Yeah, that that, yeah, you believe it that they would stay with it and you believe it even if they gave up, she would have been an amazing like gingerbread house which? Yeah, in by the way, you know, we all have or have had grandparents in Graham, like I feel like my. Grandmother, bringing these weird recipes from her childhood in Poland or Russia like that. All seem like witchcraft and and Ruth Gordon with someone like she's someone's grandmother and she, I think hers are really witchcraft her not. That's not just for cold, that's that's to kill somebody. Oh, an angel heart. I guess it's different food do, but it's a fun take on the material. Right. It's something that hasn't been done as well, very often, like angel hard. Did that stuff really strongly? Yeah. And again, made it hard angels hard did nothing. Nothing..

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Filmcast

"I mean i think it's it's pretty clear that like peyman or the cult like somehow engineered that situation but again it's all it's all pretty pretty hazy in my opinion and there's many interpretations of salad occurred no matter no matter the case i'm really glad it worked for you guys and i do think that area aster is a bold new film making talent whose we'll be worth watching the feature short films are online by the way and a lot of people are talking about those and they sound really interesting so it's not like he just made this movie out of nowhere he's kind of been building up this his technique in his talent for years now awesome i'm curious what you guys think about toni collette because the conversation is like could she be dark horse for the oscars twenty like already kind of i mean you've seen the ads on twitter and stuff that are already kind of beating that drum for hers i'm curious what you like defenders full on board or like that that dinner sequence alone i think david ehrlich is just posting some gifts from that sequence and just like the way her face could torts in the way she's thinking to herself in the there's just so much going on in there yeah i i'm on board i think toni collette for best actress definitely has my vote so i think she's amazing and i feel like it's it's been hard traditionally for actors in higher movies to get recognition like i think the last one was the woman from the exorcist right or not the exorcist rosemary's baby rogue ruth gordon my right nobody wants for silence of the lambs right.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Liberace unfortunately it was a abc film i mean i i and that i'm where i got to actually wear his his real close and and and his his jewelry and so forth but that was that was that was such a pleasure to do i mean the hell raiser of course i mean the garrick those were probably the film highlights i mean there there were others i mentioned that kojak where you know ruth gordon places fortune teller and i i'm i i'm i come to her and i'm very disturbed young man and it was until he directed it he got so involved with that he went a leak over and universal loose pissed off at him down the last day they they shut off the electric city to the sound stage because he he was into making the and he did it's it's it's actually beautiful episode there have been occasional gyms like that for that i'm grateful you know i i really am grateful because besides that i've had you know my my theatre life and and there have been lots of stuff that i've done in the cedar that you know i just finished this past summer i went to jackson hole wyoming to a little shakespeare out to shakespeare festival and i i played prospero in the tempest which was also i mean that was and that was like coming back going coming back to to to my to my roots because when i i i'm sure you know that i two thousand four i took a job at the university of southern california to to start a new master fine arts program an actual conservatory actor training conservatory and that and that turned out to be a major job creating the program and then running it for you know i ran it for ten years and then passed pass it over to someone else and and now this is this is my final year of teaching there i'm i'm going back to acting and doing prospal in wyoming was was my return that's what i see myself doing is unless the agents come up with something really wonderful and i said unless the character i'm talking about film or television the character is really interesting i'm i.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"And and and netflix and so forth and with american playwrights being on on these these these writing staff and and really good it was for the most part it was really terrible writing and for someone who you know i mean i i'm laughing now because when i came out of drama school i thought i'm going to become a shakespeare actor and and things happened and i went away i went you know only reason i i'm now in my seventies i'm now doing these shakespearean plays and i'm finally becoming the shakespeare actor i've always wanted to be but while i was doing those those shows i mean of course they were exceptions there was kojak with ruth gordon that was brilliant you know and there was a there was some shows that we're really love it but for the most part it was really just trying to pay the rent what was your experience like workout and how razor that was great i mean that's you know there are there are our number of shows like l race or liberace or that we're just such a joy to do and it was a joy because clive barker you know that was his first film i mean the guy was already well established a writer and and and he had he had the series which he called the books of blood and the writing is superb he's a wonderful writer and he looks like this choir boy you know sounds like one of the beatles from he is from liverpool i think i think he actually you know he he he will up on penny lane and really sweet guy with this unbelievable imagination and which which took my breath away you know with with the stuff that he came up with i had a great time with that really just enjoyed that immensely and and it still to this day like i did this this convention in in london not too long ago and my god.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"A little quick just you know the things that he participated we're we're so specific we did with film stuff on stage but yeah but that becomes less and less germane to the story but it was awesome spend time around martin malls one of my favorite tom i just i mean i did you go back and watch fernwood tonight i mean did you you yeah i was i was i was well familiar with his career before we did i'm no if you know we did a show at fox did nineteen episode ten show called dads martin during god that's right so that was what was to you already on this when we got to spend that time together i like fell so when i go back and watch mr mom and his character the he plays in that he gets played the the swarm awful boss of teri garr he's so good in that movie great in my bodyguard for christ's sake he's dad divorced dad who's running out of the the hotel that we stayed at in chicago drake the public public how the public hotel public house are used to be something but that the pump room isn't that wasn't that the the bar and ruth gordon is his grandma's this his mother yeah clue i we got we got really really got one little story left here for you all the answer to questions that was awesome yes it looked like it awesome sent him by glenn perry i ho i was hoping you're going to say glenn beck glenn beck is just sending transformations.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on Keep It!

"I do and you didn't have to say that either yeah i mean i ate maybe some uncertainty or think maybe it's just people who vote in the academy like young old black white male female you're all just you're taking it seriously in kind of a weird wet like you're taking the wrong things really seriously and it seemed suggests be something that comes over you when you become a voter and also look holding against a movie the fact that there is a discussion around it involving the you know a female director a female student harder for whatever it's like i'm so sorry you're burdened by people discussing these actual advances you know that shouldn't affect what you think of the film or you i feel like of what we all thought would sort of happen with this influx of people it was that we would get rid of the notion that something is an oscar movie you know it's like if you vote for what you i or what you thought was the best of the year than that an oscar movie yudo raked paddington to to be a fucking oscar moving if the order you think you're kidding no it's probably dellagha exactly but they're still but that's the thing and they're still abs their subscribing to this idea of what is an oscar movie what is an important movie and it just it seems like it's already been so confirmed that like we've decided that this film is worthy of an oscar this film is worthy of being treated like it's important and they don't seem to be able to shake that notion i think it's also zany when people talk about how gut out is allegedly not an oscar tight movie the fact factors like all right i mean it is a horror movie it is like a kind of devilish satire but we always make exceptions for movies like the honestly when they start why people i mean like rosemary's baby won a best supporting actress oscar for ruth gordon who basically plays a conniving sitcom type a nosy neighbor and it's not like an extraordinary performance really other than she ends up being related to the double so it's just like electronic lender for example that's another movie that's not oscar seeming at all but we gave robert tony junior nominations to stop pretending that there are.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Canon

"I love both the last itoen shampoo would canonize the former psyche see two point all right if i'm picking the best hell ashby movie it's probably the less detail but that one likes the same culture cachet of the two were voting on susan asterix rates i used to read all kinds of film magazines back when there were many and there were many articles about the genius of hell ashby i made a real effort to see his films and felt like none of them lived up to the acclaim hurling mud ran into theater and the twinsies for about two years straight i think as in the movie section of the long local newspaper kept updating the number of weeks it had been running blink below says it ruth gordon showed up twice river she's she puzzling approving it incident that this plus my high school creative writing teachers obsession with the movie might make me through it a vote and finally ellery fifty shades of transi gardner who writes my handle should tell me where who rates my handle should tell you were my vote goes wichita's appropriately enough for all of that mighty half of the the vote did not have a runaway winner it was very close all the way up until sunday uh it was tied i hero ahmad sometimes took the lead symptoms being there took the lead and you know it came down to a vote which means welcome to the can harold imad and you know it this episode was really interesting to me because if you had asked me a week ago how this episode ago i would have said wow these two films our beloved by a ton of people and seemed to be a major part of the film kenan as we have it right now at revival houses and to see that i think a lot of people including me quietly room don't like either of these and would have loved to see like the less detail or shampoo of their instead films that we don't talk about as much we knew we don't talk about them even nearly as much as we talk about these two so this is fascinating and maybe somebody in the future down to sort of talking maybe someday in the future we will do eight shampoo or last detail episode and maybe it will reevaluate.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on The Canon

"I mean these are both guys who show up with like nice suitcases leads darjeeling limited in a nutshell or will have your traits another absurd though hit that movie so much easier i mean i will not be surprised if some of the names i've said wind up on a me to us pretty soon one of them already has nine don't like the way these men see love and i don't like you're done to the culture and yet i know that i am also may be sort of an alien 'cause i think that this movie maybe i'm i'm so resistant to this movie that i'm like a vaccine and i just can't deal with it uh wait before we go i want to mention something because this is my favorite factor of these of these two movies and it's it should be known more in this is my only chance to let people know it more in that is that ruth gordon also cowrote adam's rib o had his whole life is a writer and as an actor it before she reemerged in the early 70s sat israel to i mean you russia's acting since like 1915 i heard a story that when she was beginning at as an actress she noticed you watched stet she walk bola good so she broke her legs and reset them to lock straighter that's it if i have a real life my thing to do and i'm sorry to mean to derail uber fine i think i'm going to have to go with being there although even even saying being there it's with the caveat that we already have a face in the crowd in the cannon and i like the face and got a little better although that is about a person who's doing this deliberately look we have also voted down forrest gump i believe just like roller so good for that good for that um it's weird how the what being there has in common with forrest gump is they care so much in a way about their leading guy that they're both terrible to the woman.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"In dumb people tom it in her last name isn't finished yet he handerson hand the handyman william has created a hamming zandt sometimes i will show you guys a photo and make you guess the a because you can't do it some people earlier live she looks forty she has two people grew up like off a gravel road singer grew up on the ground route row everywhere the of irene mercedes handy our local which this is her whole mike quiz that her moshe where it's probably hear yelling at a kansas lawmaker says he sees it looks like earth kit revoked ruth gordon ruda aitor ginsburg earthy there i always say there's always were just send their whatever that gives us ended up your events took a turn the officers were looking into the banner issue police said they learned handy had allegedly made threatening phone calls to state court judge carlo brown so easy to pronounce pm here in the past year done this while they talk to her about the banner on her home so they're talking tourism research lina wants to kill it cool because she will lose or you make him out on this law with a flame in rooms on some of the threats some of those who reportedly against bronze lie police began working on getting a warrant for handys arrest because of the threat against the judge officials said handy allegedly then this is this is where it should come about.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on Filmspotting

"To go through that trauma again but i remember really appreciating that film when i saw it back in theaters we want to know what you think you can vote now at film spotting dot net if you leave some feedback and we hope you do please let us know where you're listening from speaking of feedback one last little bit here we got an email from alex with a couple images in it that did catch my eye alex rights first time writing into the podcast but longtime listener i was wondering if i could get your two cents about the possibility of darren aronovski his mother being a secret remake of rosemary's baby tied in with the fact that the directors come out saying he wants the audience to know nothing about the film before seeing it i'm always concerned when a foam relies on not knowing a twister surprise before going in love the show now he's ajez basing it on that little bit of information that aronovski is being mysterious and the trailer really gives nothing away he sent over the movie posters and the mother movie poster is a straight rip off of rosemary's baby beyond jet of the great move and more mls read la it is it's absolutely who uh taken right from rosemary's baby and so is it possible that we've got the ruth gordon role being played by by michelle pfeiffer hung alone were hopman and then i i hope i hope rescheduling worsening of his sleeve events seriously i do i i just in a bid we all know we all know rose raspberry pretty well which is tucker film it holds a very nicely oh luddite eminent dorsett unduplicated 'able tone and plants heater leave the right person you know to to bring that material life but if you look at the posters they will post this over it film spotting dot net set so you look at some other a miller you look at rosemary's baby yep i mean.

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"ruth gordon" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"ruth gordon" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Yet if i want to touch on a couple of things you mentioned but i also wanted to throw out the scene the other example of a scene where i knew he had me completely he got me to pull rosemary's baby i always remember plant ski talking about a senior maybe with someone else associated with the film talking about a scene where he sort of has ruth gordon go behind a door and i think she's talking on the phone and the door just stays open just a little just a little this so mia farrow and us seeing her point of view can just kinda see in but we wanna see what records up to an this person recounting story talked about the whole audience kinda craning their necks around the dr michael i'm not kidding that happened to me at a moment in this film in it revolves around that bright red door which where hope premises of father's joel edwards and character singing whatever you do do not goal behind the store exactly solving set up his is hilarious leow you yet i am unique about texas chainsaw massacre area indoor happy which is very simple can't be at all but then when that door is open in you hear some bad things going on on the other side trade doesn't let us see at i did physically shift in my seat and try to look around i'm not that bright michael apparently but that's how successful this movie was from visual standpoint and you talked about the use of widescreen how about the use of aspect ratios which is something he did as well indonesia more blatantly touched on this in my interview with him that he wanted to make it more subtle it really is more subtle here because i think you have to go back after seeing one widescreen shot that i'll just say happens very late in the film at a moment when things are at their most chaotic and i think fair to say they're worse to him that's when i really noticed an when it kicked in that oh actually he has used that aspect ratio a couple other times i think it if forces you may be one a rethink the film a little bit in terms of how we employees that strategy at certain points and what that widescreen does in that moment i'll say is.

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