17 Burst results for "Spahn Ranch"

"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:46 min | 2 months ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"You go to the third one i started thinking of the The same of the manson people come to the house as not an epilogue but the third act sure so that means that those two days in february are the first and second act and once we put together an assembly that we had worked on for a while. It was obvious that after the spahn ranch. I gotta get out of. I gotta get out of february and gotta get onto the third. Act that that tops. There's no topping that. And so then after the spahn ran sequence. Then it was just simply wrapping up wrapping up wrapping up that night and so you have to wrap up that night before mcqueen calms you have to wrap up the night before he gets the phone. Call from trudy much to the chagrin of all the actors in the movie but the but you know once you realize that your topper is spahn ranch then you gotta get out of february as quickly as possible and so that ended up becoming the thing and like you could. You could do a version of the movie where there is no manson family and it could end with the phone call. Actually some people might even prefer that ending but but that made it a perfect ending for the book but one of the things. I also really like about it is you haven't brought it up. Is the the weird non-sequitur chapters that are just lancer. I was going to read it up. I i knew we were short on time. But yes the lancer. Yeah there's chapters in the book that are just like at least three chapters that are dedicated to just the lancer story. And i talked to one. Of the editors. I met with along the way and go way to think of the lancer stories and she goes well arguably the best written chapters in the book. Because it doesn't sound like me. I'm trying to write like elmore leonard or a louis l'amour but the by product of all that for the final climax as opposed to just having a an interesting touchy feely scene between rick and trudy. You've been following the lancer story without really trying and so you actually get the climax of the lancer story wrapped into this final chapter so it actually dramatic weight. It has a lot of dramatic weight. And you get so deep into all the character motivations for everybody on the show and the concept of of you know really kills. Dad willing not kill his dad. What's the right thing to do is fascinating you brought up spahn ranch which you excised from the book you took the tension away there but why hip spahn ranch yes but completely different version while ago version and the movies too good all right gonna go head to head with that twenty pages just trying to write what you get an. I love what you did. It was cute. It was totally unexpected and fascinating book. I absolutely love this book. Congrats to you on this. Thanks john i'm obsessed with cliff booth screenwriter now. And that's the other book you need to write about his screenwriting career. Because i want to interview cliff booth one day bullock man. I can't wait to see what you do next. And thanks for being so generous with your time. Oh it's my pleasure. It's always fun to talk to you and that's how the qna went down special. Thanks again to writer director quentin tarantino for being so absolutely generous with his time in coming down and chatting about his novelization for once upon a time in hollywood. It's out now. I hope you get it. And i really think you'll love it because it was so much fun to read and it was of course as you just heard really fun to talk about as well i would. Of course. like to thank our sponsor final drafts a congratulating them on their new release of final draft. Twelve their latest screenwriting software. If you've been on the fence about buying it discount coupon code q a pod. Twenty-one will save you thirty percent off of final draft twelve so now is the best time to buy it. There's a lot of cool new features in there. I've talked before about beat box. If you look up. Final draft beat box on youtube. You could see a video of what i'm talking about. I really love that feature. But there's there's a lot of great features in final draft.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Not like we're not like super fucking tight, but. He was big fan of believe it or not. Jane Saalbach Strike Back. That was a weird, but chasing. Amy Absolutely loved on Charlie Rose One day. He was like my favorite movie. The sheer was chasing amy. He's like. Kevin Smith took a quantum leap, so he's always been a big figure in my career. To hear her go like he cast me like. That was that was everything you know as a parent I was proud fuck, but as a professional I was like. Oh, like that's that's unlikely. No, I was never like I. Don't believe in you yearly odd because I casting you shifts. Lower expectation like many people would love. Active. Instinct But it was really to be able to be like guess. Silent, Bill and I'm like. For people that don't know I mean you're. You're on the SPAHN ranch. Part of the Manson family. I mean those scenes were like so haunting and I and when you watch the movie, it doesn't take up a ton of screen time, but that was like a month of shooting right. Yeah, we were there for a really long time. You spent a lot of time with the rest of the cast like creating that family atmosphere. Yeah, it was It took a long time tissue. What was on the ranch? Because everything is on film to so it takes that just even a bit longer. Than it would just shooting digitally, so there was that aspect, but also there's just nothing but money in time so like we all. Just there was never any josh that was like well the days almost over. Maybe we should go faster. It was just very so relaxed. Just really did feel like a summer camp of the sorts. We were all hanging now. We all have our phones. We had to check in our phones every day, so we were all just together and. Let, you bring phones on a sow number. One is making a period piece, so he's like that wouldn't be their main, but number two is smart. It just right. Everybody focuses on their work or Atmosphere because like. You only get that opportunity once. Making a movie is like going to camp like every movie like summer camp in some summer, camps are more fun than others and stuff, but like it's always this once in a lifetime experience, and while you're doing it, you're like it's going to be like this forever, but smart money understands that like this is a moment in time. Even when you're making a TV show episodically, you think like us is goes on and on it ends, and when it ends, you fucking miss it like. You realize I have to go back to the real world and shed like I'd rather just make pretend. I'd rather be an artist. I'd rather play for a living so is smart that he's like. fucking cell phones off number one. It's smart for production in the to worry about people take pictures of stuff, but number two. It forces everybody to embrace the moment. Live in the moment and be like we're doing this and this is never going to happen. I think every single person to would be full of regret. If after the experience they were like. Oh, I was on a Quentin Tarantino I was not immersed in the in the situation. I was on my twitter. Yeah, I would have hated. So! It definitely provided for release atmosphere. Got He made friends with like yeah. Like cloudy Briars. She's still friends with and stuff I saw a girl. The girl who gets kilt in the pool in spoilers get.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I i usually do character parts that are you know a few lines run one scene or two and it kinda. There was a lot to do right. I mean it's an hour long show and i've also never been on an hour shows a lot of dialogue right those shows and whatever that was kind of fun and also a little intimidating but it was great you know i think i had to work on it more because there was more to say you can't just kind of riff if it easily you kind of figure out who this person is who talks. I doubt much certain gigs where you can show up and go. I'll i'll learn my lines ends. When i'm in makeup gigs we have to burn a few calories. Well you definitely that and that and it was very <hes> made me a little nervous nervous because the show is so well liked and you know when you die hard fans like that they can get very upset about the least little change and not only that what's your some pretty heavy company. Every unreal is really. He's going to have to depressurize after he plays this guy for like he's gonna have to go to hawaii for a decade yeah well. I like. I said i talked to him. He's a valley guy grew up in chatsworth and by the way like in the fifties and sixties when there was nothing they're literally told the story about riding horses up on chance worth pass charles manson and had over in spahn ranch where manson manson was set up in chatsworth and his cousin likes it. That's charlie manson that guy's trouble like stay away from him and just just is kept ride. Just salt of the earth coolest guy planet and as i've said before has more money than he needs from malcolm in the middle so whatever when a guy doesn't project any already has money. There's a good chance it's a good project yeah because he doesn't need to works so he's only gonna do this. Shit that's actually speaks to him and is of a higher quality well. That's the theory i don't know. I wish that were true. Well i was true you too because there's there's little show called baywatch nights which would beg to differ with them. Which is i remember. I incredible rentable conversation. I had with someone who was on baywatch nights. Which baywatch nights was baywatch meets like the supernatural meets like <hes> coal shack. The ghost towns and show was and it was literally drowning. It was literally like it was really like it was like this week. He's going after suss squash but sasquatch's under the pier and i was talking to someone and i said what's hasselhoff doing join. I mean the guy's a billionaire. He owns the biggest show ever syndicated five thousand countries. Why is he doing baywatch nights and it's like his love of the craft and i was like what churning out shit i mean what the wlove shit and then we will come. You circled to carry away. I s i think this is a good place to wrap it up. Unless you wanna talk more about dude no no no no. I'm good good all right and that is cruel classics for this lovely saturday. What a great month of august. It's spin we'll be back tomorrow to kick off your september and your sunday so enjoy this extended weekend. We'll be back labor day too so we got two more episodes corolla classics. That's right gio so we'll see you tomorrow. Dan.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Is something great about seeing them together. I'm just saying that the the writing in this movie does not i mean i guess our the version of this movie where the ending is the two of them exterminating these these mansion now they can't they couldn't do that. That's the thing that's what made it so great because it needed the stuntman and take care of business but you're right brad. Pitt's best stretch in this movie is the car ride to the spahn ranch which i think is top five or six stretches of tarantino movie for me personally. I just thought from the moment he picks her up to the moment he leaves the spahn spahn ranch. You put this. Nobody in the theaters like i'm gonna go get some popcorn right now or i have to go to the bathroom. Peo- people are glued for twenty solid advance and i think you know this movies too long. It drags in the first hour. There's no question i think a lot of his movies have issues like that but part of me thinks because he does that because he wants to set up. Those twenty minutes stretches where where all of a sudden. It's like oh shit stuff's going down when he starts walking toward george bonds little house in those million family pupil any turns around and they're starting to line up behind him. It's fucking fucking moviemaking. How can people not appreciate that. I don't think people are watching the movie making a lot of ways <hes>. I think they're they're they're looking at. I mean i don't wanna say what people are looking at. I think that some of the reactions to to some of the some aspects of this movie. I mean they really do involve <music> matters of representation right like how are the women how are those people at the spahn ranch depicted and what are they depicted doing and so. There's that shot when he ah wait bill. Where were you going. They'll keep going. I don't want to interrupt you. Sorry you're going. Oh all right well. I mean there's just that that part where he leaves he was he finds george bond by the way just just a wonderful wonderful pissy. I dern good heat. Check by brewster. The dion waiters word candidate for whatever we do this movie..

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And said hello to scale to pick is and stuff like that and so that was that was the the the result of Manson sending them out to the Terry Melcher house that Terry Melcher he Manson you with no longer living there was was Manson obsessed with the Beatles Manson was obsessed with the Beatles because what he would do when I learned this because I went to the Spahn ranch very soon after the case broke wide open and I sat there listening to his acolytes who were not involved with emerges and I was stunned because I heard the message was that Manson made his followers believe that the Beatles white album songs like helter skelter piggies in revolution what messages secret met it is the Manson warning him of an upcoming race riot and I mean that way that way there would be blood shed and Manson would stand free to the deficit escape this massive at war and come out at the end of it at a free man I mean it's all a bit crazy when you put it in the perspective of now but that's what he made his drug addled believers and members of the family believes where was the Ivan Davis's book Manson exposed to reporters fifty your journey into bad this and murder did you ever have an opportunity to interview Charlie Manson in prison no I get it if you Charlie Manson in prison but I did I was sitting about ten feet away from him watching him very closely for a year during the trial and I saw that he was an entertainer he was at this rap that he was a bit crazy and and it was a trial like nothing else on earth because Manson you didn't expedient know what to expect every day one day Manson jumped at the judge with F. shop pencil as she is you're gonna die old man so Manson I saw his antics I saw the way he handled the judge he handled himself and and then I saw I saw him in interviews and he was coming gobbledygook and at playing the poor button down man I I mean he was a great actor that's about as much as I can say about him why didn't his attorney ever tried to get him as you know insane well because they speak for the attorneys for the girls wanted to go originally on the insanity plea Manson said no way and every time a lawyer showed up to say the goals were insane and some of them were insane right Leslie van Houten mentioned said get rid of the lawyer get a lawyer to will go along with our decision.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"All star the merges he traveled in the early morning hours from the Spahn ranch back to the murder scene to clean off the fingerprints and do some a little bit of hiding out now it sounds outlandish and I believe it's total fiction because Manson knew he was on probation and that if he ever got implicated with fingerprints at the murder house so I think that's total fiction although it is in his book what's going on with Roman Polanski still I mean he is gosh I want Walgreens he now yeah Roman Polanski they did early eighties Roman Polanski golf got fired if you like from the academy of motion picture arts and sciences read the plan if you wanna loss got run the Polanski's pride made him sue earlier this year the academy to get his membership back again so Roman once to an event she is name and thinks that that my me moment that was ran from the country guilty to a blessed enough a a minor basically right yes he did and then the word nor did he go we went to France yeah what he did was he claims that the judge promised the off to the psychiatric examinations that he would then given probation Roman Polanski discovered the judge is going to send him back to prison well when did not want to go back to prison after his ninety day time in jail and so he just did a bank is we say fled to frogs weather is no extradition and that's where he lives today it's amazing that he's still there and what she did what he hasn't done anything as he since his brother he's got a new movie coming out about about the Dreyfus affair the man at the Dreyfus affair the French.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Blood of the victims and said hello to scale test is and stuff like that and so that was that was the the the result of Manson sending them out to the Terry Melcher house that Terry Melcher he mentioned you would no longer living there was was Manson obsessed with the Beatles Manson was obsessed with the Beatles because what he would do when I learned this because I went to the Spahn ranch very soon after the case broke wide open and I sat there listening to his acolytes who when all the info with emerges and I was stunned because I heard the message was that Manson made his father was believe that the Beatles white album songs like helter skelter piggies in revolution one messages secret message is the Manson warning him of an upcoming race riots and I mean that way that way there would be blood shed and Manson would then lead to the deaths at the state this massive at war and come out at the end of it at a free man I mean it's all a bit crazy when you put it in the perspective of now but that's what he made his drug addled believers and members of the family believes we're with iva Davis's book Manson exposed to reporters fifty your journey into bad this and murder did you ever have an opportunity to interview Charlie Manson in prison no I didn't interview Charlie Manson in prison but I did I was sitting about ten feet away from him watching him very closely for a year during the trial and I saw that he was an entertainer he was at this rap that he was a bit crazy and and it was a trial like nothing else on us because Manson you didn't excuse that know what to expect every day one day Manson jumped at the judge with F. shop pencil as she is you're gonna die old man so Manson I saw his antics I saw the way he handled the judge he handled himself and and then I saw I saw him in interviews and he was coming gobbledygook and at playing the poor button down man I I mean he was a great actor that's about as much as I can say about him why didn't his attorney ever tried to get him as you know insane well because all the attorneys for the girls wanted to go originally on the insanity plea Manson said no way and every time a lawyer showed up to say the goals were insane and some of them were insane right Leslie van.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You know it was like this frenetic energy to try though they weren't doing good and you know he was yeah I remember he hold hello my fingers and other people's fingers over flames the candle it's like his condition us to not feel pain and it was just in and I from the time I left the desert with Bobby I felt like kind of like a salmon swimming upstream but not on but I was going that was going in the wrong direction yeah his eyes rocks the trees everything was calling out to me that I'd made a mistake and when I got to the Gresham street which I didn't know anything about Gresham street because I thought we were going to go to Spahn ranch and Gresham street with you know like a mile or two from Spahn ranch in Canoga park and he was just furious with me I'm taking you back to your parents going to find your parents on taking back to your parents and he did find them and he did take me back there and at that point I'd been literally too long heard too many of those songs that's all I had going on in my head and I just felt again rejected a my parents were now my mom had not re married but you know she and my dad read definitely separated them you know she was with another man and they were like boarding parents for an alternative high school so they had all these other kids my same age basically living.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on Quentin Tarantino's Feature Presentation

Quentin Tarantino's Feature Presentation

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on Quentin Tarantino's Feature Presentation

"'cause I work on the pill. You know so do you ever boogie. Nights is a film that feels at once alive and full of ghosts like you're watching the spirits of people who don't yet know that they're extinct. It's almost the same feeling as watching once upon a time in Hollywood like boogie nights quinton has recreated created an entire world and then within that world movie sets in Boogie Nights and once upon a time in Hollywood. There's all these dimensions stacked on top of each other real history and fictional fictional history and the film within a film fictions that these characters are creating. There's a scene in once upon a time in Hollywood where Brad Pitt's cliff booth drives pussycat the Manson girl to where does she and her gang live spawn ranch spahn ranch as you know if you've seen the movie or if you're into that real history of the Manson murders was a fake wild west filming location for cowboy versus outlaw shows like the lone ranger and Bonanza Quinton invents a fictional showdown between these hippy outlaws and cliff booth the closest thing movie has to a bad ass sheriff harassed. Andy sets it at the same place where dozens of fake sheriff's face-down hundreds of fake outlaws.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on Halloween Unmasked

Halloween Unmasked

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on Halloween Unmasked

"'cause I work on the pill. You know so do you ever boogie. Nights is a film that feels at once alive and full of ghosts like you're watching the spirits of people who don't yet know that they're extinct. It's almost the same feeling as watching once upon a time in Hollywood like boogie nights quinton has recreated created an entire world and then within that world movie sets in Boogie Nights and once upon a time in Hollywood. There's all these dimensions stacked on top of each other real history and fictional fictional history and the film within a film fictions that these characters are creating. There's a scene in once upon a time in Hollywood where Brad Pitt's cliff booth drives pussycat the Manson girl to where does she and her gang live spawn ranch spahn ranch as you know if you've seen the movie or if you're into that real history of the Manson murders was a fake wild west filming location for cowboy versus outlaw shows like the lone ranger and Bonanza Quinton invents a fictional showdown between these hippy outlaws and cliff booth the closest thing movie has to a bad ass sheriff harassed. Andy sets it at the same place where dozens of fake sheriff's face-down hundreds of fake outlaws.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Paint was a strange message coach helter skelter hi I'm Lena hops and this is crimes of passion apar- cast original the legal definition of a crime of passion is a violent crime that occurs in the throes of extreme emotion leaving no time to reflect on the consequences but in this show we explore passionate crimes primes how does a marriage progress from husband and wife to killer and victim or killer and co-conspirator if there's visit them mind between love and hate what manipulates our relationships and a deadly results last week we explorer Charles Manson's troubled troubled childhood in and out of juvenile facilities as an adult. He spent another ten years in prison but despite his criminal tendencies Charles had an amazing talent for manipulating people when he was released from prison in nineteen sixty seven Charles used this power of manipulation addition to attract a following of lost vulnerable people who were desperate for love and guidance he called his group of two dozen disciples the family family under Charles Guidance they spent their day squatting at Spahn ranch and seamy valley taking drugs participating in group sex and listening to Charles Lecture about a coming race war which he called helter skelter but by July of nineteen sixty nine Charles's thoughts and actions were turning increasingly violent after a dispute with a drug dealer named.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I was born in sixty four i must have been two maybe three in this so i don't know what here's let's prime man's and we were renting jason spawn spahn ranch jason as a kid yeah and if you ever talked to bryan cranston he'll tell you about he grew up in the valley too about like riding a horse through there you know this is wide open air i i went to spawn ranch of course because i do my research i've been working on this book for nearly two years from start to finish and i went to spawn ranch and now you kinda covered in poison idea lot a lot of parts of it but it's very idyllic i mean it's beautiful i was there in the spring the birds are doing their tweet thing and lancer doing their plan thing and it's green it's gorgeous to get to the place where charles manson strummed his guitar and and you know and the women were just swooning over him and you he's pictures of them all in the rock you know these fancy all these these pictures with him and the women sort of gathered around him you have to go down through the canyon a little bit you might have done that as a child and you really do have to go through poison ivy which i did thank goodness i was wearing long pants and i sat on the rock where he sat and were some of these pictures are taken and i'm telling you because the camera guys want to sit there for this video that we're taking and they said well how's it feel sitting there now this is forty nine years later it'll be forty nine years exactly in august so i mean come on there's nobody actually there from the time obviously and i'm telling you when i said to the guys i said it feels creepy isn't it does how so i just on the spahn ranch i'll show you the picture may sitting in the pedal car in the background upper right that is basically that spahn ranch.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Now presents definite may not a jew on the atom cooler show newcastle england a sixty one year old man attacked his girlfriend after she didn't help him open his lunch the lunch was cord b not jews i wanna thank lifelock for this half of the show and got on lifelock dot and also men men men that come through car as well thank truecar and geico geico dot com lease wheel is here good see lease great to be with adulation yet another author of almost twenty bucks feel like we could have just said eighteen eighteen thanking how many books written eighteen i liked it dylan sort of rounding up right eighteen bucks i'll say teen well you know numbers you know it's never anyone's long suits writers this one is hunting charles manson good news charlie died recently so nicer guy right what do we need to know about charles manson and it's funny i have a picture max paddock and fine of me in a pedalcar that is above spahn ranch from the sixties.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"To be talking about black people okay so again the police would have to listen to the white album several times to be like got some some one hippy on the police force whose like wait a minute i get it so the next night they went to the home of of lino and rosemary labianca and manson this time went he didn't go to that he didn't go to tate's house and participate in those murders but he did go to the rosemary's the pardon me the lobby on carr's house the next night and they tortured this couple severely i won't go into the details but then they wrote war in blood on leno's abdomen manson demanded that many of the members of the family participate in the murder even though the people already dead some knives were passed around and members of the family were ordered to stab the victims to sort of get their hands dirty so to speak several of the victims or the of the two victims were stabbed dozens of times too squeaky so the case was obviously a national a national sensation i won't go down the particulars of how they were caught let's just say these master criminals lots and lots and lots of physical evidence was the same eventually they work hot they found manson at the spahn ranch which is one of the ones he was paying for with sex they found manson hiding in a cabinet now here's where things get weird oh good now gets weird i get it the the trial phase of this was on international news on tv every night manton made an insane spectacle of the trial he demanded to be his own attorney and then tried to get his attorney fired thinking that was one way he could get out of the case which is a novel legal theory yes it is he showed up one day with an x carved in his head which over time he turned into a swastika i do yeah i remember that too that a group of his female followers the ones who had not been arrested for participating in the murders began showing up at the trial every day.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Awesome and the idea of kurt russell tim roth and michael madsen all coming on board this it was well it sort of feels like if feels like a a family reunion almost for tarantino it's like he's pulling together everyone he's ever worked with and grabbing a couple of new stars as well you've got dicaprio and brad pitt's starring this thing i think margot robbie is like one of the only people mentioned in the cast that he has not worked with yet but russell rothen madison i'll worked with them multiple times most recently all three of them together in the hateful eight so this kind of an exciting group of people getting together a c are you excited about this one yeah i'm i'm excited i feel like i'm not quite as excited as as i've been for past tarantino movies but i still will probably go see it like i i open night jacob do you think and god help me for even suggesting this but as chris mentioned the idea of charles manson may be actually appearing this movie do you think they're going to cast somebody like jared leto somebody to play like trust i wanna actually hope one of two things i would hope tarintino casts a nobody to sort of highlight how this random figure destroyed alive so people read idea all the people we love for play by movie stars rela people the guy who destroys their lives as is to some guy or hope to keep them offscreen entirely and we explore the people in his orbit because if if we're seeing spahn ranch and we're we're seeing like the people who are rotating around him unaware that there's this unstable molecule in their community gonna come i'm wondering if maybe the focus he will be less on mansion that all in more onto people who are just being dragged around him unknowing.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"Yes charlie nods that would be perfect let the other fellow think the idea is hits he hans takes a twenty two caliber revolver from the spun ranch armernian tells them to wear dark clothing he and the others are to bring a change of clothes they'll need wirecutters and rope and knives techs would be in charge as befits a man then charlie goes off to choose the girls susan because she's crazy do any path because she has no life outside the family here's no voice but charlie's and recent recruit linda because she has a valid driver's license in case there stopped texan the three women get into a yellow 59 ford owned by one of the ranch hands texas behind the wheel linda beside him in the passenger seat susan and pat are in the back as the engine roars to life charlie liens down the looked through the window to something which he tells them and with that the car leave spahn ranch and heads off into the night the events of those two august night in nineteen sixty nine might never be fully comprehended though it would be a mistake to think of them as incomprehensible the barbarity of the crimes might tempt one to conclude the assailants were insane and their action senseless but even crazy people have reasons they just have crazy reasons did charlie really believe the crimes would initiate a cataclysmic war between blacks and whites that he and his family would find the bottomless pit where they would wade out the events they had set in motion that they would emerge from their subterranean right doubt after hundreds of years to rule the world.

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"spahn ranch" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"spahn ranch" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

"Texan the three women get into a yellow 59 ford owned by one of the ranch hands texas behind the wheel linda beside him in the passenger seat susan and pat are in the back as the engine roars to life charlie liens down the looked through the window do something which he tells them and with that the car leaves spahn ranch and heads off into the night the events of those two august night in nineteen sixty nine might never be fully comprehended though it would be a mistake to think of them as incomprehensible the barbarity of the crimes might tempt one to conclude the assailants were insane and their action senseless but even crazy people have reasons they just have crazy reasons did charlie really believe the crimes would initiate a cataclysmic war between blacks and whites that he and his family would find the bottomless pit where they would wade out the events they had set in motion that they would emerge from their subterranean rick doubt after hundreds of years to rule the world or worthy horrific murders no more than a seasoned x khan's attempt to lead authorities away from his complicity in the murder of gary henman did his followers truly believe charlie was the second coming of christ or were they in transit by their own desire to believe worthy infatuated with charlie or the idea of charlie and isn't that what he had done throughout his life let those around him project onto him a vision of saint or sinner savior and deceiver reflecting back to them their own fractured souls.

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