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"sam sheppard" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Because it lacked the passion of the theater. And I think that's part of what led me to this stage was growing up in the Catholic Church, and I got, I appreciate the values, you know, the lessons of the church, but it just didn't, you know, nobody was juiced. Nobody was like, man, that's sermon really blew me away, or made me cry. So I wanted to take the sort of values of a religion and take it to a different kind of barn. And that's what they taught me in kabuki was before every show, everyone would do this stretching exercise where you line up all the way across the stage, kneeling in front of a towel and you do this sort of stretching. It's sort of yoga. You push the towel, then do kind of salute to the sun kind of pose until you push yourself all the way across the stage. So the whole company cleans the stage before every show. So I mean, it really has this reverential sort of shrine atmosphere. And then when we started a theater company in Chicago, me and my Friends, a lot of us had come from the kabuki training. And so we were able to bring that a lot of the same aesthetic to our own crappy little Chicago company. You earned your degree in theater, but have said that in the four years of theater school, it became clear that you were trying too hard to be hip and cool and urbane and had unwittingly thought that you're sort of country rude persona would not be interesting to an audience. When did you realize otherwise? I mean, because of the kabuki show we took a year off school. We toured Japan and it was kabuki Achilles. It was an adaptation of the Iliad. And this was 1991, and I hate to always hate this sentence, but the first Gulf War had just broken out. While we were in production in champagne urbana, we took the show to Japan, some producers loved the anti war message of Achilles and Hector, ultimately saying to each other, you are as I, we're the same. Why are we trying to kill each other? We ended up touring Hungary, and then we played a theater outside of Philly for 6 months called the people's light and theater company in malvern, which is up the main line from Philadelphia. And so that was a year off school so I spent 5 years in theater school all told. And then it was a couple of years into Chicago after school were naturalism finally began to occur to me where I don't know. The insecurity or the ignorance, I just chipped away at it until finally I realized, oh, I simply finally get it. Just act like yourself. And I'd just so thick headed. It literally took me like 6 or 7 years to get it. So once that happened, my best friend, this genius, director and actor named Joe Faust. He had been waiting for it for years. He desperately wanted me to catch on. And I finally got it. And so once that happened, I looked back at all these auditions and said, oh, I see. So I'm never going to get cast as a cool leather jacket sort of finger popping daddy. That's not my bag. I'm going to get cast as a laborer or a plumber or a bus driver or what have you. Or a scary version of those guys, once I realized that, then my life kind of began. That was ground zero where I said, okay. The tools that I have, who I am, what I grew up as that's the most valuable thing in my toolbox. So let me now begin to build my professional career. My body of work around that particular set of tools. You and your friends founded the experimental company, the defiant theater. And you've said that if you had started auditioning at big theaters before this work, you'd probably still be there. Was it when you developed the defiant theater that that realization about your country rude persona first occurred to you? It was in those years, yes. Because my best friend was one of our main directors. And so they would pick shows to do, and I built the scenery for this company. I had all the tools. I drove the truck. So in many ways, I was the dad of the company. And they would choose shows where I would say, oh, perfect. This role is perfect for me. And then I wouldn't get the part that cast somebody outside the company, and I would say, hey man, what's the deal? And my best friend and roommate would say, you know, I'm going to always have to cast the best actor for the show. And that's this other guy because you're not that good yet. And I would say, well, I believe you. You know, the baby in me is selfishly mad about that, but I understand. But there was the word yet there. That's encouraging. It was. And it just, you know, like all things, it was a slowly accumulating awareness of what it took. And so I was really grateful. I would get supporting roles. And then finally, I did a good enough audition for this play called the quarantine that Joe was directing and I finally got the lead. And, you know, I was perfectly mediocre, but I was better than I had been. That's the beautiful thing about life maintaining the attitude of a student is that I'm still on the same journey. Hopefully the next play I do, I'll be better than the last play I did. Until my faculties give out. It was around this time that you became friends with Amy Poehler, but you didn't get involved with comedy until your mid 30s when you started to work with Amy at her upright citizens brigade theater in New York. Why did it take so long for you to realize your chops? Well, I loved making people laugh. I mean, but when you study legitimate theater at like a drama school basically, comedy is simply one of the things you do. You are hoping to work at theaters that put on a season, so you're prepared to do Shakespeare or Chekhov or Sam Sheppard or absurdist pierron dello or pinter or you name it or musical theater or like phaedo farces. Like you're hopefully in your toolbox, you are able to do anything that's on the season. And one of my favorite things to do was be funny and make people laugh. It's a weird specialization in modern thought. And nowhere is more specialized than Hollywood. Like if my big break was playing a tennis player in a movie, nobody then wants me to audition to play basketball because they say, no, no, no, you're the tennis guy. And so I met Amy, when she was studying at the improv Olympic and second city in Chicago, and I didn't even understand what that meant. I had never been to an improv or sketch theater. And it sounded to me like she was saying she and her friends were making stuff up in a bar. To make people laugh, and I was like, okay, have fun with that. I'm trying to perform works of literature. You know, like I had some weird snotty separation. And then years later, I was like, wait a second. You were on the path to SNL?.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Yeah or or that you even less than that just that it was a more That it was more a say more colorful. There wasn't a fellas that just seem like you know Boys in high school. I don't know how else to say. It sounds so it sounds so to talk about these things now You know but if you in that time period there wasn't a vocabulary for guys that appeared straight who weren't straight isn't that simple is almost like unless they were visible in some receives way that people were portrayed on television or something. There wasn't really anything outside of that like a slum buoyant and they they didn't reveal themselves robert in our first couple of years. I you know we did everything boyfriend and girlfriends. do you know. I wasn't I wasn't lacking with affection from him. Needs we met yet. And i but but once you know them we had to go through the various stages of him a coming you know coming to terms with his nature and then completely giving over to it. We had so much to There was so much to save in our relationship. You know that you know people at sometimes people criticize My you know how. I speak of us over romanticizing our relationship and i caution people to remember. We were only twenty in nineteen sixty seven. That's different than being twenty in nineteen eighty nine hundred ninety the twenty first century twenty in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven was a lot different and people didn't we didn't all we had different questions. It wasn't even the biggest question. Wasn't what your sexuality was was how to get out of going to vietnam for instance. What are you. what is your feeling about the war. What is your feeling about civil rights. There were very all the assassinations that were happening. So it wasn't at the forefront yet and And so we did have a very romantic youth. He was very romantic. And we were young mean. Both of us were also very awkward. Late-blooming he wasn't We weren't the most experienced. Did you because you were talking about vocabulary. You both didn't have when he started to reveal to himself more revealed to you by himself. Did that make you think we can still love each other and this can continue the end. Well there were very it was. There's a lot of complications. But also you know i was evolving to. It wasn't all about robert. I was evolving to and in the end we both Started pursuing other things in life but the core thing about our life of the core thing to save wasn't sex wasn't who who Where we gay or straight door were we couple of convenience. It wasn't any of that. Was we really worked. Centric and neither one of us had any. No one knew who we were. We weren't anyone but we believed in ourselves. We were struggling. We were working. He he really respected my mind. We both respected each other and we had developed this bond where we really felt that we hadn't met anyone who got understood our work as much each other. That was very important to robert. Even when we got older he still. He always loved for me to see his work. I robert you know when i wrote a song. I sang it to him. I went. I did a drawing. I showed it to him. Affirmation from each other in terms of work was very important and we. It was something we couldn't let go. It's like the first person who gets you want to change. That's beautiful reds exactly. And so that was what that was why we were able to surmount the difficulties of Of of accepting you know the change in our relationship there were tears the resin so many fights a lot of weeping A lot of trying again or but in the end i remember we were at the chelsea and we had one whole night where we went over everything and by daybreak we knew now we had to we. We had to part as a couple but we were absolutely not gonna part as friends and coke conspiracy. It does feel like what was going on with europe back then was like just way ahead of its time and that she i think that kind of concept could be explained. Now in someone would understand that this is a couple and it's a fluid thing in need of them. When i don't even know that. I don't know we were just i. I don't even think we were fluid. We were to people who who suffered the consequences of. It wasn't an easy matter. It wasn't like i mean. I would take fluid demean that. It was very easy going and everyone was happy. Britain it was challenging. It was challenging when we decided right now for a while we weren't we were still sleeping in the same bed. Then we were going to be in different rooms in different bedrooms. That was very difficult and for both of us. We kept coming knocking on each door. You know having a bad dream or something it was you know. The separation was difficult and also jealousy. You know a certain amount of jealousy. You know funny because he would have a boyfriend but then be jealous. When i was with sam sheppard in oso but it was more expression of you know again. We were young beth to bet that there was a revelation to me how good i love a revelation because the way the things you talks about the way that she people communicated by via zine oh yeah it was so interesting and i just hadn't quite i don't know i just thought she'd be this popstars you double. But actually when she first started punk by monday. Kind of go gigs. And communicated with other fans via zine. And i thought that was really amazing that we still have a connection to attain when everything wasn't just to sort of a blast. I love when people say or a dump dump dumpty when people say food to dump or some. This is the thing. This is a new thing that everybody's doing go 'cause because everyone's trying to spend time off social media so they take photos and then they dump them on social media later. I i just don't dump. I think it's appropriate for. I don't want to be dumped on. Do you not even by your lovely photographs. Here's a question for you. what's all this stupid to..
"sam sheppard" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"And Took a particular shining for me and a throw the class and asked me. To addition for sam sheppard Sam shepard's a one act Called action which of course you know. As far as american theater goes. it doesn't really get any more serious dark and Wonderfully written than say she. Sam sheppard so here i am a kid. I addition i get so one of the two leads and away. We go home and so went up and mo what i don't know if they still do it That it was called the sears drama festival. Basically ontario white competition for theatre and lo and behold i Really grabbed a hold as a kid of this Well teenager anyways of this role and won several acting awards Awards merit and In the finals. I recall the judicature after the three last place at run had said i i have this very dr had this very dark monologue at the end of the play and i could hear people this. This is a you know a seventeen year old kid. I hear people weeping Because it was very it was very dark inside closing to play on the adjudicator. Got up at the end and said vom. I was awarded yet another award of merit and he said And this really resonated with me. I was like down to the atoms. You said it was the best two minutes of acting. He'd seen anywhere in years film television or theater and yeah and so that was that was. That was my feet wedding enacting. An and yeah edge went on from there. Thank you know what i saw that. You had a starring role as a teenager. In a sam sheppard play. Not we talk about it as quite a feat as and he joined you first bab when you were fifteen on keys Yeah it was originally started off as a keyboard player. And as i said i grew in embiid. Because i've be playing keys for you know a cover band or something and And it'd be listening to the senior going. Oh god i could do that better than you. Cocky kid that. I was and Yeah and so i became. When you're gene became. I think it was about nineteen at the time And when we were in the interim stage where you're playing a small punky clubs in toronto and we first acquired our manager of the next five years. Jake gold i would. I would be playing keyboards. And i would be seen and then i would be playing singing behind the keyboards and jake noticed that every time i would go behind the keyboards the audience members that were dancing would sit down are very often. Sit down and so. It was his idea to get a fulltime keyboard player so that i could just flat out front the band without any show interruptions of that kind you know or or you know just as busy basically do it from an do which is try to keep the audience entertained. Well jumping around and seeing at the same time. So so that's how i just became man alone as opposed to frontman and keyboard player for nursing. Was that it was that. Was that a tough transition. It was a it was sash because of the reminds me of something that bowie said that he used to have to put on characters because he was generally a pretty shy guy So fronting a band for him was much easier when when he was in character and as a person who you know has a theater background. I understand that it's it's it's it's actually easier to play someone else than it is to just be yourself and so my little haven behind the keyboards disappeared right. Like i couldn't just kinda be no a couldn't go into you. Know a semi introvert mode in heartbe in your world. Yeah it'd be my own world and high by instruments so that did take a bit to get used to sass. Yeah for sure for sure. And what you what you prefer being Man are behind scenes. i will either by innkeeper. I basically now mostly play keyboards for pleasure. And i mostly play keyboards to write parts for you. Know whatever work. I'm doing creatively But i've i've known i think into identifying with myself as being a front man in a front man alone. I have no real urge to go back to the keyboards on stage. And besides there's far friday. I've been spoiled with so much talent. There's so many keyboard players who do it so much better than i could ever A i'm comfortable with just being the frontman. now so the new regime was Quite successful you were. You were very success. Phones until their wednesday a culture change or corporate change national tours Opening act for platinum blonde made leaf gardens. I was there for that. You just a tiny correction on that. We weren't opening platinum blond at maple leaf gardens. We actually played maple leaf gardens twice the the first time. was with a new year's eve show with orchestral maneuvers in the dark Ah popular uk band and the trumps and the thompson twins and that's where sasho At that one and the second time we played maple leaf gardens was with the release of nauseam second album the race and that was opening for level. Forty two another very popular british band at the time so yeah that was just a small correction. Every we of course did open for platinum blonde several million several times but it wasn't at maple leaf gardens that we did that. So there you go. how's law. I appreciate it. I actually did see that hard to the show. I didn't put it on my nose blended at my head. The wrong way just cracked now but says she says you were going to talk about your involvement going. Go ahead and sit. No no i just Saying that yes Kevin has played maple leaf gardens on a number of occasions. And i had the pleasure of being there for one if not two of them. And that's where we met. We'll just looping back and but what was it like driving platinum blonde. Sasha interesting.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"But i think the voice mail was particularly a germane to today's discussion because this is a movie about small victories in the face of continued. Systemic white supremacist. Oppression like this comes back to the the hustle and flow thing. Where it's like. Yeah he's getting radio play but he's got to enjoy it from within the walls of this carson fucking. What does he assaulted somebody. Raymond clearly pissed on tape. Who's really a fault hat. But i'm saying ryan is that like i think one of it like you mentioned before or maybe it was you austin that i think a lot of the reason for dj's success you could argue at the end of the movie is that he has built this sort of street cred mythology around slapping skinny black. Like that's the kind of thing that could be jet fuel for a an aspiring rappers career of course but yeah it is similar to what the newman from chicago ryan's arch nemesis. Yeah in newman. Just because you asked me. When i'd be doing another sam sheppard play Thanks for the shout out. I'd love to do fool for love at some point but we're in the midst of a deep asked locked down here so i've just been auditioning for bunch bunches of things but there's really not much going on in the world of live theater so You know casting directors out there that are listening Fucking higher my shit especially especially because there's a new netflix show called the chair. That's all about like adjunct professors and shit like that. Like i am academic and actor. Like i should be in that fucking movie. Okay or in that series fuck and higher my ass for season two. Please okay anyway. Yes still real quick. I'm gonna. i'm gonna read one email from pedro from brazil. Who just says hello is crack. My name is peter. I'm twenty one years old. And currently studying psychology a really liked austin's commentary on the movie being software but not ironically detached in this summarizes quite. Well it's portrayal of the united states is interference in latin america. In the beginning of the movie waller tells the squad in the audience. Something in the lines of the government wasn't friendly but they were not antagonistic. But if you're aware of latin american history with us intervention. We know that this is bullshit. I do agree with ryan that it's not the first time we see this being tackled but the way the movie dealt with..
"sam sheppard" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"I was going to mention malik. I love what you said about him. And and this idea that his his conception of the natural world is almost like commenting on the folly of humankind. Like we're off fighting wars. And the thin red line or twirling on or cheating on sam sheppard or whatever. We're doing this film. But but but the the we see the wind going through the trees are we see insects different animals. And it's almost like the syrian attornal quality of nature. That goes on the filmmaker. Also that actually plays off malik and Miyazaki that i was going to mention is a thai filmmaker named after shop pong sets. He's job oh accu his his his his fans let him come joe he's actually Chicago educated went to the schoolyard institute. And he is. He's a filmmaker who has an incredible idea of the natural world his films as always these jungles mysterious places that have a real sense of playfulness to them. Spirits live in them like miyazaki films at ghosts and monkeys and and if if he and another thing about about his films is that they're unusually accessible in the sense that you not doing a lot of reading there are style on dialogue. There's not a lot of subtitles. And they're all really rooted in this idea of. The natural world is a counterpoint to urban spaces. And so if you haven't seen a receptacle film the three that would be good to start with would Well there's a film called blissfully yours and then the film called tropical malady. Which i think is the first one i saw. And then there's a film called uncle boonmee who can recall his past lives which is Just you should see it for that title alone but there. Those are wonderful films that have great conception of nature and they helped me get through the pandemic. I'm so mad. Scott isn't here Both because he loves those movies so much and because he Tropical malady is is one of our biggest pain points. That's one of the movies. We argued about most over the years. How delightful it'd be to get to see him Gloat at having everything that he's upset about that film valley. I'm sure that he pronounces that director's name as well as i do. Well we'll close the mailbag for this week but we do always appreciate it when our listeners share their thoughts and their recommendations. If you feel so inclined computer your response on a future episode to reach us you can leave a short voicemail at seven seven three two three four nine seven three zero.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Just don't really fun it's better it's been. We've we've you want to know that's i don't know. Ignorance is bliss you know. Tell me that's really funny now. Many people were inspired by seconds sitting. Yes on continue to be But you chose a a somewhat different path been than most another performance path a writing. Yeah i'm writing death and and it served you. Well tell us about how all that came out. I i lead in a town called evanston and and there was a bunch of bookstores. Northwestern is there so there was a bunch of like cool. Cafes in bic stowe bookstores for the college students until high school. You know it was just cool to hang out in them and because i did that clay and i started acting when i went to the bookstore. I wanted to find something to like. Read so i ended up going to the plays area at you know for fifteen sixteen year old plays a lot easier to read than a novel. It and it's cheaper to buy those roads covers for like two ninety nine. Go get a cup of coffee in for five bucks. I've got a thursday night. And while doing those i read sam sheppard and i read david mamat and i read early. John patrick shanley. And i was so floored and i thought like it was the first time i read something and dialogue really pot and i really. I read american buffalo and it sounded like my uncle's it. Some other had junk shops in chicago so it felt like real people talking in a way that i understood but had written a message in a story in it and so it was. I was toward the end high school. I knew for sure. I wanted to be a dramatic playwright. And that was it in so acting was cool and i liked that the real magic was in creating the whole thing and so i started writing plays which led me eventually to iowa because i thought be writing program was there was great and then i ended up transferring to nyu. And i had some plays produced in the city in. Then i learned the valuable lesson where i had a play produced At the end samba. Studio theatre where i didn't direct it and i didn't cast it but i didn't like the i was a little bit of a max fisher as a young kid and i didn't like the choices that director made and it was a story that i viewed as very dramatic about a sister and a cousin but he chose to use adult actresses using kid voices..
"sam sheppard" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Something doesn't have to out at you or scare you or move you in some way that you can just get lost in a characters life and and that can be meaningful in. Its own way so i think maybe that is why. It didn't get out there in a way but i think it's you know it's strange ride bikes. It's hard to predict what connects you know. I was just editing at the end of editing air. We had no idea truly. That's the thing you just never ever known. I think a part of that is you get so close to something that you can't be objective about it in any way and so it's always hard to predict what's gonna hit and what's going to bomb. What audience is going to respond to them. What they're not going to respond to. And i think the only thing you can do as a as a creator. My experiences is is at when something goes out in the world. You just have to be happy with your contribution because it's a collaboration and every movie is one hundred moving parts and it can say written by me but the production designer has to interpret with the scene. So you know. It's it's a bummer. The movie in do better. But i'm proud of it. And i think at the end of the day if you can say i'm really proud of something that's the best you can do you know. Yeah you're your ten minutes in. You're like me on and asked me when mood and do better. This is i have two more things. And then i wanna to get some mayor yet. Your first and i know you have a couple of other scripts. So i don't know the time line of all the different things you were working on at the time but it's safe to say like that's the big first one. How weird was that for you. Being new to it to see how much it's changed from the words on the page to what actually gets out on the screen. What was that like. Yeah i think that was a real. Like i would say that he even. My scribbles called the low dweller. It was different was it was a bit more of a A revenge movie. I would say it was. It was a movie really about the folly of revenge. This guy came home had done. Something terrible comes home. Tries to reconcile with his brother. His brother gets kills all. That was all that was the same and then he. He tries to get revenge on the guys that did it and then realizes that in doing so kind of gets everyone around and killed in. So so i think scott's version was was even more of a drama than my script with my i was in my script was probably more of a thriller that there was a kind of journey in it. It probably had more. Those action needs for better or worse. I think scott did a beautiful job with the actors in the in. The movie has its own kind of of appeal momentum and the acting is brilliant because Ozzy case you're just amazing. Sam sheppard just amazing. But i think that's that's a that's a part of the business that i to learn early on and i'm really glad i did. It's like it's a collaborative art. You if you wanna write something that is going to be read or seen exactly as you've written than you should write a book or even play. You probably have a better chance. And i say that's a lot of young writers who say i'm not going to change this or i don't wanna change this like guys like that you'd better at like i would. I would leave just because the flexible and that's not to say you can't be vigilant about the things you care about the meaning of a story. But you have to be flexible. I can't tell you how many times on mayor they were like. Hey this thing happens on a bridge while the bridges closed down. We can't shoot an abridged works. Seen gonna take place and you have to be able to move quickly and still get the emotion of that sequence out in classroom or abasement and you so you have to be always flexible. And i think the key is like what do i want to get out of the scene. What's the emotion i need to get. How can i do that. Different ways and you have to be flexible k. One last thing on it. Because i have to ask bail because i think i bails probably my number one. I remember even being a little kid and seeing him as a little kid in empire the sun. I don't know how ended up at the theater by myself watching that i think it was it was spielberg. I was like oh you know or not and then all of a sudden. I'm like this guy's insane and even as a little kid i could be like. This guy is unbelievable and i always think to an i know how hollywood works like actually hillary sucks to deal with. I've heard that he's awesome and that he had this. This wrap it because that leaked audio when people were like no but guy he went against nobody likes and that's why bail lost his mind on him and he was sticking up for everybody. So if you just took that out of context you think crystals worse and other people. I've talked to that. Have worked with them. No he is incredible. So we're having said all of those things although you can agree or disagree taking the interaction you up. But i didn't have a lot to like. I wasn't onset for that. Wants to know stories. Only story i can tell you which i admire is that i ended up like i didn't go to settle out of the furnace at all so i didn't really get to meet with you bail at all. Actually it was all scott. He was on dealing with the only story. I can share is. I ended up working with a first assistant director who was on out of the furnace on another movie. I did and he said to me. You know i. I got sent to pick up christian at the airport on out. The first he was coming in he was arriving to do the movie. You know he's going to be there for a couple of months he comes down. She comes down the escalator in like a t shirt and jeans and like a duffel bag. And and this guy james. Well so get your luggage. He's like no it's all here. He literally came in character and was like this is all i have. I'm gonna be living out of this and let's go. And so that gives you a sense of his commitment to the acting and the performance he literally came down like a t shirt a duffle bag that was always going to have these rage jump into the character right away so i admire that as a as a creator someone who has that levels commitment so the scene when he gets out of jail yes i wanna know if it's it's the writing it's the direction or if it's bail but it's it's unbelievable like what a subtle seen it is is that he gets out and casey athletes like you know how's it feel how's it feel and he's like oh it's all right it's all right. I mean you just got out of jail for this after this horrible thing. That was a total accident and he starts jogging if he's running away from the jail and it's natural because you would think that's what that guy would do like i'm running i'm running. And meanwhile the car's there and say hey. Do you wanna drive. Yeah a drive on drive. Was that bail or was that you or someone else. I think that you know. I think that had changed. I think that was in scots version of the script and am. I don't remember exactly but my guess is probably bail that he was able to take a scene and trans and.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The. These guys were absolutely crucial to this. End the see. But you're right on on the other level you know to you. Know to to read a guy. Like sam sheppard who i. I don't know if i've ever been more intimidated by meeting. Somebody that i that i was by sitting down with sam sheppard But but suck guys like kevin david milch just guys who are here as far as you know being you know just being a writer on any level and being able to sit down with guys like these and you know be able to talk for a guy like rick pitino. Just couldn't wait to talk of course is just so sick of talking about skin off that he loves sucking yours is. The imperial e is a humongous horse. Fan joe torry. These guys are like kids in a candy shop when you see him at the racetrack. so yeah it's It's a great cross section of people. And i'm just so so happy with the way it turned out that you know we read about all of these in under one roof and i and i hate to. I hate to make this reference but there are some inclusions here that You know obviously this is over the course of of your writing career. So there are some inclusions on very sadly probably couldn't have had these conversations you know recently or more presently so again have these they have these aura. But essentially it's an oral history. Yeah you're exactly right see. It's an oral history that i've taken off to cakes and you know. Put down on the page. But you're exactly right. These are these are not the articles either. Just the raw question. Answer interviews that i've preserved for this book so so you don't have to go through the filter of of my writing. It really is the interviews and the questions and answers in their original flora minor. Editing but I it's very unfiltered and You know a guy like david milch shoe more fascinating.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Don't know who film this but it was like. Let's get all the guys naked and listen heartbeat. Mind when they dressed up in a party city near nurse. Qasim trying to make this look real little. Okay what do you think of. Noah's strategy of writing alley letters and sending them to her house where her mom. Liz whom he knows hates him and he thinks the mail system works. He's somebody who believes in the system and that the male just go to the servant the black servia and that one of the black servants will give it to her will then redirect it to new york to a college where he no. She definitely goes to school because she said that's where i'm going. It's in new york. Do you know that in no. I didn't do whatever a lot and lot of malls and vp. For you in this for me. There were a few. I the the the wrangling with a beard. And oh god how are you. Do you see the thing where Nichetti has already said he cast ryan gosling because he was a it was a whole litany of like. You're not very smart. You don't look good. You're not strong now. Don't deny like this. Is i want you to play this role. Because you're not like the other young actors out there in hollywood. You're not handsome. You're not who'll you're just a regular guy who looks a bit nuts. You smell old. I don't know. And i'm like what are now. Okay to be fair winnie. I see him like at the carnival. Yeah he has this. Kind of lake horseface. That's like long and oval and it's like all his features are really tiny. It looked like a little kid dress up like an old kid did and he wasn't as handsome there. But i'm sorry twenty pounds on him and appeared and we're in a new city which is a because the thing is. He changes a lot his appearance. I guess he's kinda supposed to she doesn't really like i know she her hair and were done or something and in fact this was filmed in reverse and so. He looked like he had the beard. Yes her harry longer. So the only thing. Cheetahs has cut her hair to film the old scene because they filmed the in first and she's in a nursing home. She just like changes. Her hair does a joke as a good data scraping. Thanks guys but he had to overcome. They took christmas break and he had december off and he had to lose twenty pounds of muscle christmas christmas. No that crazy brutal going to give. Let me tell you. I forget how much i like jon. Allen buca and frigging sam sheppard. Smith shows up in anything ostiense here. This is so great. He's going to play this. yeah with what. He's just so good like this version of him. Instead of bloodline version of him is like angsty and sadly on like this. I like this guy. Who's kind of like jovial old. You know definitely old but also jovial. Yeah our hey guys quick to let you know that this podcast is sponsored by better help here. We are halfway through the year and many of us are reassessing or twenty. Twenty one goals. 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Can we have like the the jon allen character conversation about. Is she a good mom. And can we also talk about lawn because i wonder about warriors. Listen okay first. Of all. I was thinking. Is this a fair representation. And i thought this is a fair representation of some moms right now like when you have money and you want the best for your head and you all you think about is especially if you now have this back story of i almost picked badly and now the governor comes to my daughter's wedding so i knows she subtle about it. I think a lot of times mothers are like because in this situation. It's like why don't want my husband to try to like counter me shirts. I'm going to be real subtle about how this whole situation. But she cares all about appearances she cares about like. I just think if you are somebody who has gotten so used to that money. It's like the money changes you So everything that's what cindy lauper. Her hasn't the character. Yeah do to clay. I'm so you see her as a villainous character. Oh yeah okay. Interesting see i. You don't see it as a villain nasir's nuance character. Obviously there's some bad things. But i do think as someone who i think. It's interesting to having been on both sides now because i was in a relationship that brought out the worst to me and i remember my mom being no like. She sucks like she's not good for him and later with some distance. Like oh yeah. She's totally right now in that now. That's because you're also a parent and you see you can see what that is is being on those appearance And thinking about like what if you your kid gets mixed up with someone who you don't know and you don't like at. What point is it Classiest you know Or at what point. Are you just trying to look out for your give branching off her own experience where she weirdly.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Is someone who has written many books many more than I have written. His name is Mark Shaw. Mark. I don't know. Where to begin with you. I want to talk to you about your new book, Collateral damage. The mysterious disappearance of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallon. Um, but how do you sum yourself up? If somebody says Hey, Who are you at this point? Are you just an author of many books or do you get into what you were doing before you were famous for writing? Well, I'm the basic over achiever, Eric. Uh, recently, my alma mater, Purdue University, where I spent six years trying to get a Bachelor's degree honored me by being the archival repository for my body of work. Almost my 30 books. My research books, my notes my days on, you know, Network television. Good morning America and some of those shows my former criminal defense days. Legal analyst on the on the networks and all of that, and I was I thought they had the wrong guy, because you know, I was just such a terrible student in at Purdue, but I'm the ultimate overachiever. I think I'm a hard worker like you are. I've researched you a bit, and we're both curious people. I think if anybody was asked about me, that's probably one of the things that they would would tell you that I've always been a curious person, and I've always represented the underdogs. Did that as a public defender and then as a criminal defense lawyer, and that really leads to this new book Collateral damage, Because I'm I'm now representing as the voice to women, two remarkable women. Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallon, who both were denied justice when they died in the 19 sixties. So I want to talk about that. This is so fascinating and I'll I'll get into in a minute. I just want to be clear. Purdue. What does Purdue there there? The, uh Room they're going to. They're going to be at the archives. There is going to have all of my body of work. I've sent them about 12 or 13 boxes of everything I've kept over the years. And the honor is so special, Eric because the only other to, uh real strong archives that they have there are Neil Armstrong and Amelia Earhart. They what do they ever do? Come on, and so you know, compared to them. I'm nothing but it's a real honor. And I'm proud of my My career in a lot of different areas, but like you, it all all comes from a curiosity, and that's what led to the new book. And so you said, It's the legal there. The literary repository. Is that what you said archival archives, archival repository write. My papers will be there everything that I've accumulated. I've thought of making Yale University, my alma mater, the archival, PSA Posit, Torrey, but they don't They always blanch when I say that, but I think they should be honored. Let me Absolutely. Let's get to your book because this is so fascinating People who listen to this program know that recently For the second time I had Gianni Russo on talking about Marilyn Monroe and the mob and RFK and JFK, and he was raving and raving about you and your book, and then I realized We've already booked you to be on this program. I didn't need Gianni Russo to do anything but encouraged me to continue doing what we've been doing. When I saw your book. I got very excited about it. There are a lot of young people who have heard of Marilyn Monroe, but they don't know who Dorothy Kilgallon was. So tell my audience who she was. Well, first, Johnny, I mean, what can I say about him? He he really has filled in an awful lot of the blanks that we've had for years in his book, Hollywood Godfather. So bless him. And he's quoted in the book the number number of times not only about his initial knowing Marilyn Monroe but also you know about what happened when she died, and also the JFK assassination. And all of that, Dorothy Kilgallon I wrote about first in the best seller, the reporter who knew too much. And then, in the second one denial of justice. She was an amazing woman, a college dropout, Eric, who rose to become what the New York Post called the most powerful female voice in America. Ernest Hemingway said she was the greatest female writer in the world. She worked for the New York General American. She wrote a voice of Broadway column that talked about Broadway but also had criminal trial. Uh, you know, accounts in there and all kinds of things that way, so she was well known for that. But many of the young people that you're talking about they know about her more from her television program. What's my line? That was a quiz show that was on in the fifties and forties, fifties and sixties on CBS. Every Sunday night at at 10 o'clock, it was alive, and Dorothy was the most famous person on there. She was a Panelist, They tried to guess people's unusual occupations. And the reason I say young people you're thinking Well, wait. They wouldn't have watched that back then. Um, you know, there's almost two million views of my interviews and presentations now up on YouTube. And many, all of them talk about Dorothy Kilgallon. And what's my line, and I'm told that the number of hits on the watch my line programs which are all available there. Has in credit increased enormously, and so Dorothy has become a star again. She also covered the Dr Sam Sheppard murder trial, which, of course, became the fugitive as you know, the television series and films. The the Lindbergh baby kidnapping case, and she covered the Jack Ruby case. She and John F. Kennedy were very close friends. In fact, at one point, she took her son carried to the White House. You make a fuck made a fuss over her. And so when JFK died, she said, What I remember Is a tall man stooping over a little boy praising his letters from his third grade class. And that's what launched her investigation of the JFK assassination, which I believe it is the most credible that was ever launched. Because for one thing she was in Dallas. She went to the Jack Ruby trial. She sat in the first row and listen to that testimony, which I have put up on my website, The Jack Ruby trial transcripts, but also she interviewed Jack Ruby. And she was the only person to do so. And that led to the theory that I have in both the reporter he knew too much and Niall of Justice, which is a different way to look at the JFK assassination. Why Bobby Kennedy wasn't killed instead of why JFK was, and that makes all the difference in the world, because, um, as of, uh, the fall of 1963. You may remember that when Joe Kennedy wanted JFK to be president, he recruited some of the mobsters to come in and help Illinois and West Virginia. They did so the deal was that the White House would leave them alone after they got in power. About Joe Kennedy and I had a witness who was right there when he ordered JFK to appoint Bobby Kennedy attorney general. We went over after those guys predictably because he hated them. And one of them was Carlos Marcello, the New Orleans Don, whose empire stretched to Dallas. And so predictably, he deported Marcello. And then when Marcello go back in the country as of November of 63 Marcello was charged with racketeering. He was going to be deported again. And a smart guy, he said to myself, I've got to get rid of Bobby Kennedy. But he knew if he killed Bobby Kennedy, then Jack Kennedy would come after them with everything the government have, but he has. But if you kill Jack Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy would be powerless. And Eric, That's exactly what happened. And that's what Dorothy Kilgallon had figured out. And she was writing a book for Random House. Uh, in November of nine. Excuse me in November of 1965. And she was found shortly thereafter dead in her Manhattan apartment stage death scene, all kinds of questions about the death, but it was never investigated and that's you know, that's what I've tried to prove about Dorothy that she was obviously murdered. Let me interrupt for a moment, because, frankly, it's what I do best. And let me just say that you brought up a lot of things. I want to make sure my audience is tracking. Um Gianni Russo. Uh, Has given us a tutelage in this narrative, but it seems to me that it's still at least controversial. Uh, who killed JFK? Who killed Marilyn Monroe? But you're flat out saying that it was the mob that killed JFK. Is that right or not?.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"They could bobby. Kennedy could not let her go to the media with all that information. Can you imagine the media and talking about the fact. That kennedy's we're going to kill castro. I mean destroyed both men's careers she. She was the actress who knew too much disliked. Dorothy was the reporter. Do much less on both so if how do you think they did it. Then my feeling is that Bobby kennedy obviously had operatives that they could've used where he found him. I don't know exactly but in the book. I tried to recreate what i think happened that evening and with out going into detail. Basically what i tried to do in this case is to resolve three true crime murder mysteries. jfk maryland. and dorsey. so. I don't want to give away my right conclusion but i will tell you. This was based on three clues that i've found dorothy. Kilgallen was is incredible investigative. Reporters the The jack ruby trial but also the lindbergh baby kidnapping case the dr. sam sheppard case. You know best known for being on what's my line but she was an amazing reporter and a great writer as well and so i tried to look at this case through. Dorothy is and what she would have done was look for little clues that made a lot of difference to her. The first one was that maryland was supposed supposed to have ingested forty to fifty pills with a barbiturates phenobarbital and then coral hydrate. And and even a sergeant a detective luzon scene said. Wait a minute That couldn't have happened. At between the time that she supposedly ingested and when she died it was impossible. That was the first thing that really caused me to wonder. The second was. There was a physical injury to maryland. When she died in the autopsy i ruled it was an overdose. And i've got both of these and then certificate of death said it was probable suicide which doesn't make a lot of sense but anyway probable suicide so i looked in there. And thomas noguchi the famous infamous coroner. Who looked at all that talked about a fresh bruise on her. And so i thought that that could possibly mean that. Listen is operatives of of of Bobby kennedy's came to her door opened. It used chloroform to stagger her to put her in a state where she didn't know what was happening and on the way back to the bedroom where she was found that she would have her thigh. Her hip would've hit something causing that fresh bruise because there was no other reason for it and the other one was really interesting because when the police got to the to maryland's house The housekeeper was doing the laundry. She was using the washing machine. And that triggered in my mind you know former criminal defense lawyer. You look for all these things that you don't think makes sense and didn't make sense to me. It didn't make sense to detect a detective either there. He wondered what was going on so it made me to believe that when she was taken into the bedroom she didn't ingest those those pills there was another way of killing her of poisoning. Her and i divulge how that happened in. Collateral damage And wasn't it always that she was found nude and then there was always controversy of people. Say sleek dude or she does sleep nude or people who i. What was the the whole nude thing of people thinking that that meant two different things. Well you're so smart because you're you're echoing exactly what north surmised she wrote. She wrote a column. It was actually. It started this. One right here is actually started with something about Ethel merman who was a star at that point but then she asked all these questions about maryland's death readers had sent them in. You know why was the light on in the bedroom when she always slept in the dark If the if the door was locked. How did the housekeeper Get in there. Because there wasn't any way unless she went all array of the outside and her bedroom. She said she saw light under the door. She couldn't have gotten there without going through the bathroom and all of that. She wondered why maryland was new. She wondered You know a lot of things about what happened. That didn't seem to make sense to her. And so she asked those questions and then she wrote and what i believe is the real truth. Hasn't been told. And when i read that sentence i was gonna write this book because dorothy was smart enough to to have suspected that it wasn't suicide the problem we have here and have almost fifty similarities in the book between the life and times and deaths of maryland dorsey but the the worst one is when dorothy kilgallen died with with there being an obvious stage death scene and and the motives there to have killed her and the statement she made about being endanger. And all of that. There was no investigation of any kind. I even got dr michael baden. The emphasis an infamous forensic guy to admit that the verdict was wrong that she didn't overdose no investigation. What happened when maryland died while bobby. Kennedy's good friend. Robert parker the police chief in los angeles decide to handle the investigation. They didn't go to the scene. They didn't interview inner. They didn't an interview anybody. What did they do. They appointed a three panel site psychiatrist group to look into her mental health at the time. She died predictably. They came back that she was suicidal. And of the case closed done never got any justice. Then maryland didn't get justice north. Didn't get justice and really. Jfk never got any justice when he died with. All these ludicrous oslo alone a theories and everything so that the connection between them is that they were all denied justice but these two women did not deserve to die. Those early age maryland was thirty six years drain. Dorothy was fifty two. And as long as i live i will continue to try to get justice for both of and you know one of the things i don't buy at the end of the book. I humanized them. I try to tell the reader what we lost our jfk. Yeah he had his flaws he was a womanizer and everything. But you know incredible things. He could have done as president. I point out that he never got to spend time with those two young children of gets. That's what we lost with dorothy. She was the mother of three. But what would she have done with. Regard to the jfk assassination investigation. What would she have done in her life you know. She was syndicated to two hundred newspapers across the country. She had a radio show. Listen two million people. I mean the things she could have done in her in her life and then maryland you know maybe the most beautiful woman who ever lived. I really try to portray her smile in this book and and show who she was and how she she treated people she was. Yeah she she had her flaws she may have run around a lot and all of that but you know about her terrible childhood. She was always looking for love but she really cared about people. I looked up. A sir laurence olivier what he had to say about her and how much he loved her and the other actors did. She wants apologized to the whole crew for being late. That's not the maryland that is portrayed. Today the maryland has trade is that she killed herself and that shouldn't happen and and what's interesting about the book is that you're saying that had There better real investigation over maryland's death.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For handle today On this Friday, June 4th crowds vandalized buildings stole from businesses last night in Minneapolis is uptown neighborhood officials in a man they're wanted for illegally possessing a gun was shot and killed by authorities. Not the Minneapolis police Department. It was the U. S Marshals Service Task Force was trying to arrest the man on a state warrant for being a felon in possession of a firearm a statement as the man who was in a parked car. Did not comply with law enforcement and did produce a handgun. Before the task members fired upon him. He was declared dead at the scene. California employers employees Sorry, would soon be able to skip masks in the workplace, but only if everybody in the room is vaccinated that was decided upon by Cal OSHA. The rules are still going to have to go through legal review before they get complex before they get officially implements it on June 15th and a quick covid thing. Remember, we talked about zoonotic transmission where it goes from Animals to humans, and it happens all the time. He went the other way. A lioness in a zoo in India has died. While positive for Covid 19. They say that they believe that the Covid is what killed her. Eight other lions, all housed in the same zoo in India have tested positive for Covid 19, and it was a lion handler. I don't know They didn't say. But but but I would imagine that's where it came from. Before we were a country obsessed with true crime, F. Lee Bailey was knocking it out of the park in courtrooms. He gained national attention in 1966 when he succeeded in reversing the murder conviction of Dr Sam Sheppard. This was in Ohio. And this was the case that inspired the movie and the T V series. The fugitive. Dr Shepherd had been convicted in 1954 of killing his wife bludgeoning her but claimed that he had been knocked out in a struggle with the killer after he returned home to discover the body, you know the Harrison Ford flick. That was his case. He wasn't I didn't kill my wife. Yes, I don't care. He wasn't just a defense attorney. He flew war pains. Warplanes accuse me sailed. Yachts dropped out of Harvard. He wrote books. He was on television all the time. He was profiled in countless publications. He ran a detective agency. Married four times routinely carried a gun and of obviously routinely courted trouble, which is why he was in jail for six weeks and was disbarred. It's a good way to put it obviously the largest, um, the largest stage at the most amazing time would have been in the mid nineties, when F. Lee Bailey was part of O. J. Simpson's defense team. Here is part of that trial, John going to give me this computer and boom. And Oh, sorry. It's my fault. Steve Gregory Somewhere is laughing when you first saw the shovel. Mr.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on AP News
"Some said that they got bigger bonuses to reimburse for the contributions, records show. New Breed workers contributed more than $600,000 to Republican candidates Dejoy supported it's not illegal to encourage workers. To contribute to candidates, but it is illegal to reimburse them if it's done to sidestep federal campaign contribution limits. I'm Jackie Quinn. Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87. According to one of his law associates. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included eras Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar. Would they not, detective? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The Bite administration lays out his plan to share vaccine doses with the world as demand for vaccinations in this country falls. The White House is touting the overall vaccination numbers. Already 63% of adult Americans have received at least one shot virus. Response coordinator Jeff Sciences, urging those who have not received at least one to do so. And the White House is playing up incentives available for getting shots. Free beer that seems to be very appealing. But spokeswoman Jen Psaki knows that may not be enough. Ultimately, this is going to be up to individuals to get shots in their arms. We can take every creative step we possibly can take Soccer Megane Washington Concrete barriers that block traffic for more than a year at 38th in Chicago now inform Really George Floyd Square in Minneapolis have been moved along with artwork and other items in his memory. City Council vice president Andrea Jenkins says the intersection has to be reopened and the memorial to flow it must live on now it's time for us to begin the process. Of rebuilding this community to create the kind of memorial that is worthy, Uh, the life of George Floyd Mayor Jacob Price says Traffic will not be fully restored for some time. Celebrity lawyer F. Lee Bailey is dead at 87 F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. I'm Margie Szaroleta. This is a P news. Organizers of a Memorial Day event in Hudson, Ohio, are drawing sharp criticism for turning off the microphone during a speech by retired Army officer as he was sharing the Was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves. Organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of honoring the city's.
"sam sheppard" Discussed on AP News
"Results could be overturned. I'm Jackie Quinn. A P news. I'm Ben Thomas. Good morning. House Democrats are weighing in on the infrastructure negotiations between President Biden and Senate Republicans. They're calling for a public works boost that would dedicate about $547 billion to roads, public transit systems and rail programs. The proposal comes as Biden tries to wrap up negotiations with Republicans. He's expected to talk again today with their lead Senator Shelley Moore Capito. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president has presented a 15% minimum corporate tax as a way of paying for his infrastructure bill. This is a component of what he's proposed for a pay for He's lifting up as a question as to whether they could agree to that because it certainly doesn't violate anything about the 2017 taxes. So that's what he's putting forward as as an idea that he's asking them where their point of view is. A P correspondent Charles Daley does my reports Biden's proposals for deterring tax avoidance by multinational companies. Being discussed ahead of next week's G seven summit. President Biden's push for a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15% is unblock stalled global tax negotiations and raise prospects of an agreement this year. Although key aspects such as the actual rate remained to be decided an endorsement from the G seven could help build support for a deal in ongoing talks among more than 140 countries being held in Paris. Health authorities are trying to determine whether heart inflammation Could be a rare side effect in teens after the second dose of Covid 19 vaccine. An article in Pediatrics looks at seven teenage boys in several states who received fighter shots in April or May and developed chest pain. Within a few days. None became critically ill European Union and British regulators have opened dual anti trust investigations into Facebook, examining whether it's practices in classified advertising. Give it an unfair advantage. This is a P news. Hurricanes enlightening in the NHL playoffs last night, AP correspondent Dave Ferry the Hurricanes or within two games to one in their second round series, following a 32 overtime win against the Lightning, leaving the home team Oh, and three thus far. Carolina Blue A two Nothing lead before Jordan stall netted a power play goal 5 57 into the extra session, Peter Moravek stopped 35 shots in his first appearance of the post season. It's all about preparation, so You know, I was just trying to be ready as much as possible. And, uh, you know, see if I if I get a game and I'm happy that you know, like God one and we want to know Brett Passion and Sebastian Aho scored 2 25 apart early in the second period, but Brayden point tallied 77 seconds later before setting up Alex Killorn goal late in the second. Game four is Saturday. I'm Dave Ferry. Last night's other game also went to overtime with the Bruins to one victors over the Islanders. Boston now has a two games to one edge in that series. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87. According to one of his law associates. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included eras Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police detective Mark Furman about racism. Anyone who comes to this court and quote you as using that word. In dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they not, detective? Yes, they would all of them correctly of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87, according to one of his law associates. Margie Szaroleta, with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two.
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"In Chicago now inform Really George Floyd Square in Minneapolis have been moved along with artwork and other items in his memory. City Council vice president Andrea Jenkins says the intersection has to be reopened and the memorial to flow it must live on now it's time for us to begin the process. Of rebuilding this community to create the kind of memorial that is worthy. Of the life of George Floyd Mayor Jacob Frye says traffic will not be fully restored for some time. Celebrity lawyer F. Lee Bailey is dead at 87 F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler. And former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman about racism. And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. I'm Margie Szaroleta. This is a P news. Organizers of a Memorial Day event in Hudson, Ohio, are drawing sharp criticism for turning off the microphone during a speech by retired Army officer as he was sharing the history behind Memorial Day, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Barnard Kempner began talking about how freed black slaves had honored fallen soldiers soon after the Civil War Real day. Was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves. Organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of.
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"19. In addition, program is providing $100 million.50 dollars prepaid or grocery cards for newly vaccinated people leading up. To the states. Full reopening. Today's drawing is scheduled for 10 o'clock this morning. I'll be watching. I won't win anything, but I'll be watching as the mask mandate nears its end here in California, it is causing a split in opinion among some workers. Sacramento Bee surveyed 150 essential employees last week and found 52% and they approve ending the mass mandates. While 44% said it's too early to stop wearing face coverings. Those opposed note. They fear for the health of their Children who are too young to get vaccinated. Those in favor say they see vaccination rates rising and with its society returning to pre pandemic normalcy, even when mask mandates in June 15th each county can still update and enforce its own rules. Marilyn Haider KOGO NEWS, San Diego County is reporting just 83 new coronavirus cases the 15th time In the last 23 days, That number has been below 100. Positive test rate has dropped to 0.6% and 97 people are in the hospital, the lowest level this year. The U. S. Is sharing 75% of its surplus vaccine supply with other countries. Our goal in sharing our vaccines is in service of ending the pandemic Global. Our overarching aim is to get as many safe and effective vaccines to as many people as fast as possible. It's as simple as that. We want to save lives and toward variance that place all of us at risk. That's not National security adviser Jake Sullivan. The first portion of the vaccine sharing program will see 80 million doses coming out of the U. S. By the end of the month, a day after federal officials warn people of not trying to come to the U. S illegally on a boat Panga was found off the coast of LaToya Thursday morning. The 12 men and four women from Mexico have been dropped off and we're not hurt. They were taken into custody. There have been three previous smuggling attempts on boats in the last month, and some of those on board Or died. San Diego police offering gift cards and giveaways tomorrow in a gun buyback program s DPD says. Events like this usually get anywhere from 150 to 300 guns, and they'll be taken with no questions. Asked even if they're ghost guns, those put together at home, the now account for 25% of the weapons on the streets have guns that might be sword in their home. They're not using them. They're not functional. They don't have the equipment to safely to cure it, and we are offering $100 gift cards for every handgun brought in, and it's Nobody does bring in an assault rifle. They'll be getting $200 San Diego Police captain managed editorial saying. You can also exchange that for a skateboard with up to $180 event takes place tomorrow from eight A.m. to one p.m. at the Encanto Southern Baptist Church on Akins Avenue Jack Chronic cocaine use. His office has announced a new partnership with local law enforcement that aims to educate officers about different members of the community. It is an app that goes on the phones for every police officer in our region and Allows them to learn more before they encounter and individuals from one of the many diverse cultures that they may not be familiar with. Summer Stephens, saying the information could be used ahead of non emergency situations. President Biden rolling out a presidential commission to investigate January six, the attack on the capital President Biden does not intend to appoint his own commission to investigate January 6th, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement. Sake says the president firmly agrees with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that Congress has a unique role and ability to carry out an investigation and must do so. Pelosi has also dismissed the idea of a presidential commission describing at the colleagues is unworkable. Democrats do have other options, including a House Select committee after Senate Republicans blocked legislation to establish an independent bipartisan commission modelled after the panel set up to investigate the 9 11 terror attacks. That's Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill. Home. Famed criminal defense Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died. He was one of those lawyers you could recognize by name alone. F. Lee Bailey was known throughout his legal career for taking on some of the highest profile cases and clients. In the sixties, he reversed Sam Sheppard's conviction for killing his wife, a case that inspired the TV series The Fugitive. He counted heiress Patty Hearst among his clients in 1995. He also became part of O. J. Simpson's legal team, helping to earn his criminal acquittal. Simpson on Twitter called Bailey one of the great lawyers of our time. After countless TV appearances and disbarment in two states, he went into legal consulting. Bailey died in Georgia at 87. Week before his birthday. That's Colonel Scott reporting. A woman from Ventura is reunited with the wallet She lost 46 years ago. After an employee working on remodeling Southern California's historic majestic Ventura Theater discovered it in a crawl space. Did she lose it in the crawl space? Tom Stevens found the wallet among some old candy bar wrappers, ticket stubs and soda cans. He said he went on social media to try to find the owner based on the clues in the wallet that included a driver's license for a woman named Colleen Distant. It expired in 1976. A few days ago, she went to pick up the wallet now a little bit Brown with age and said it was like opening a time capsule. Wow. I wonder what else she had in there. Well, apparently not money. Well, I'm wondering, I'm wondering. Somebody just took the money and then threw it in the crawlspace. Right? That's what I'm wondering, Especially if there was soda cans and candy wrappers going to go through this stuff while have a soda here. Mm. Yeah, well, a mom who almost lost her son has an important message for other parents. That's coming up. We have your traffic your weather three minutes away. Kogo nears time 507. Here's David Snell with needs heating and air. Some years ago, I met with the family in Northern Virginia who needed to replace their H V. A C system when.
Famed Criminal Attorney F. Lee Bailey, Dead at 87
"The U. S. Famed defense attorney F. Lee Bailey has died. The 87 year old rose to national fame defending some notorious names, including O. J. Simpson, Dr Sam Sheppard, Patty Hearst and the Boston Strangler. He died at his home in Georgia. Bailey was disbarred in the early two thousands over its handling of shares
Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey Dead at 87
"Celebrity attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of eighty seven according to one of his law associates I marquees are loaded with the latest Ashley Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst the alleged Boston strangler and former NFL star OJ Simpson one of the memorable moments of Simpson's nineteen ninety five trial was Bailey cross examining Los Angeles police detective mark Fuhrman about racism anyone who comes to this court and quotes you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar would they not detective yes they would all of them correct all of them Billy was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler really won the right to practice law in Maine in twenty thirteen
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"A river Crat river over you. Wow rife multi music. yes. I like it. Well we've got kevin car and he must have seen me at the movie because he calls his show fat to movies. Kevin glad to have you with us today so much good to be here. We're glad we're glad we're glad you got a couple of movies. You wanna talk about. I guess what our options. There's two that i want to highlight. One of them is an exclusive in theaters. and that is voyageurs. This is a science fiction. Sort of a drama thriller about a group of people who are on a spaceship heading to colonize another planet and they've basically genetically engineered everybody for this task and kind of kept him inclusion so they didn't miss earth when they go off for the rest of their lives and eventually because it was gonna take like eighty some years to get there. They're going to have kids and their grandkids will end up colonizing planet and while they're on the mission as as young adults as teenagers or early twenties they discover that there. There've been giving a drug that basically suppresses their libido their aggression and so they stopped taking it and well bad things start happening on the ship and you have to figure out how to get the rules going back and out of control themselves and how to disciplining work with discipline. I it's sort of like the idea of them. Sort of left to their own devices a little bit like lord of the flies. So i like to refer to this as space lord of the flies yours visit see lord of the flies though is is a great story. It's glared and it's got a lot of texture and it's got a lot to say about human nature and Individual freedom and how you interact with each other and form governance and everything. This one doesn't quite have the level of nuance since a little bit. More one dimensional as they go through so while it all looks good. You know some great special effects in some good production design a very attractive cast. It doesn't quite peck the punch. That should well. You mentioned in the heard. The word libido so. How's this movie rated veto if pg thirteen and they may make some changes to it if you guys you watch the trailers you're like oh my gosh it's just a bunch of second space and it really isn't i mean i think they dialed back because i think are aiming for a young adult audience there. The guy directed is a guy named neil burger and he directed the first does divergent movie. And so i think they're trying to give that kind of that kind of an audience which would mean they want to sort of make a little more accessible to everybody of all ages but in that sense it sort of bouterse the whole production now. Is there any inkling in this movie. The maybe once they get to their destination there will be sequels will take us to that or is this just move standalone operation alternately. A stand alone movie they they. They sure you could always have done a sequel to this. It depends on how well it does. I mean i. I don't think it deserves sequel. We'll see what the audience say so this this isn't on the top of your list but yet it does. Sound interesting speculative fiction. It has some great ideas. It just squander them well and we have had some awesome awesome fiction science fiction movies. Tv shows in of john. That i like it. Sure absolutely thunder force. This is netflix. I am so impressed with the things that netflix has done and probably. May i hope that this one tell us about into force under force is it's a backdrop of superheroes but it's not as standard superhero movie Because it's sort of it. You're getting movies now on tv series. That are sort of playing off the the genre itself. So they're a little bit of an offshoot to it in this. When you've got. Melissa mccarthy and octavia spencer the stars spencer plays the scientist develops a serum that can give them superpowers so they can fight these other sites who have got it from radiation And i but but of course it's two women in their forties who have a body shape. There's lock closer to mind and you'd have your standard superhero character. So it's a little bit the absurdity of these these women trying to do the superhero thing. And it's very funny. I mean first of all most mccarthy's funny and everybody knows that but navy spencer is also very funny. I think she's fantastic. I i love to see her doing different. I do different movies. And then you know playing around with shahnawaz Give you a chance to stretch. It's directed by ben found tone who is a melissa mccarthy's husband and i generally don't like his movies that he does but i think in nepotism has paid off a bit for him and kinda finally figured out how to direct a funny movie. This sounds like gals at the movies to why we'll see. Here's the thing that's interesting. Is we used to get movies with most of mccarthy and all just kind of descend into fat jokes this is. This is a lot more humor then. They're waiting their age. I mean sure they take a couple you know self deprecating dixon themselves but not every punch line is that and i think that's kind of what makes the movie work. Actually that makes sense well and netflix. Overall i have found to have produced some really outstanding Movies i think of longmire favorites all time Movies that i will. It's a tv show but series. And i wish they do some more. But i guess they're done and although there was one that Kinda got to me. It was called the ranch. I think that should have been more called. The ranch was pretty well. It was a documentary about the bunny. Ranch was no this. Was the one with sam sheppard and the yeah in austin. What's his name. The big talk here. That was mary to demi moore cooter. Yeah yeah it was pretty ritchie. Yeah did they call it to ranch and then of course my all time favorite is heartland one of the great great. Well yeah i mean that's industry and services in general have really upped their game. They're really trying to and they've made their way into the marketplace. The point that It it it's really paid off for them in the last year with so many people staying home that they can actually deliver stuff directly to you and you still got you know. Quality content in the loaning. Dea think that there is a place in this world for the old fashioned movie theatre. If you look at the box office from godzilla vs cong- from last week. It did exceptionally well. It did almost. I wouldn't say at pre pandemic levels but it was getting there. I think there's a kind of a perfect storm for that. It was a lot of buzz. It was a big screen movie. There hadn't been any big spreader events traits to movie theaters. So a lot of people went. I still think that we've got a little bit of a hill declined to get back to normal with theaters. But it shows that there's still a possibility for a The actual experience. Although i do not expecting to go back one hundred percents to the way they were because i think studios in particular disney is trying to figure out a way to service both audiences those who want to be in theaters. And those who wanna stay at home and make as much money as they can and so. I think they're going to be looking at hybrid models for this.
Chuck Yeager, first pilot to break sound barrier, has died at age 97
"We're talking about sam sheppard because the former. Us air force officer died yesterday at the age of ninety seven talking about chuck yeager on october fourteenth nineteen forty seven yeager became the first pilot to break the speed of sound as he flew the experimental bell x one rocket plane over morocco. Dry lake in california. He said the ride was nice. Just like riding fast in a car. The pilot later commanded fighter squadrons in germany and south east asia during the vietnam war and was promoted to brigadier general in nineteen sixty nine. Yeager was awarded the silver star the distinguished flying cross the bronze star the air medal and the purple heart president harry. Truman awarded him. The collier air trophy in december of nineteen forty eight for his breaking the sound barrier he also yeager received the presidential medal of freedom in one thousand nine hundred eighty five wants reflecting on his life accomplishments. Yeager said quote. I was just lucky kid who caught the right ride. Incredible life joe. Before he broke the sound barrier he was a fighter pilot in world war. Two joined out of high school grew up in west. Virginia flew missions over western. Europe was shot down in. France escaped with help from the french resistance into spain. Truly truly an extraordinary almost cinematic life that he lived and just an extraordinary life. If you haven't seen the right stuff the movie take some time out and watch. Leave it or not. I have just an extraordinary story about an extraordinary