17 Burst results for "Spencer Tracy"

"spencer tracy" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Piece. Recommends. Is. Maybe that is. Need a second up in. These are five star reviews. I like to say that they were culled from Amazon, but they weren't because this movie is not available on Amazon. So I've found these on IMDB and there's only two. This one is titled the body beautiful by Jane hill Britain in two thousand and five. And it goes like this. They weren't trying to remake gone with the wind. They were simply trying to please the audience with the assets and the charms of that beautiful nineteen eighties underrated heartthrob Christopher Atkins forever, regulated to the blonde haired guy in the Brooke Shields movie. This was his chance to shine, and he. The chemistry between Chris and Leslie is incredible and undeniable. Their sex scene is like taking a peek in real life. Was that a tongue he slipped in her. But the real star, of course, Christopher what he is presumed to have lacked invest being quality. He more than makes up for not only with his gorgeous looks, but his charisma, he never wanted to be Spencer Tracy. He simply wanted to entertain us and a night in heaven. He does Viva Atkins ten out of ten. I have never been more certain of anything in my life than the that that was written by Christopher. These trees. Tracy, is that what we hold people up to their nose, peds, Tracy. That's the high regard of acting. This is from an eighties girl with you. Paul, Spencer Tracy is garbage. November twenty three. I saw this when I was young and they never really got it until I was thirty. The writer really identifies the conflict. Someone the lead female feels at this age, how lonely and stagnant marriage can be the urges and desires you feel that you missed out on when you were younger? Every time I see this film. I cry. Because I can really identify with every woman in this film. From slick to Patsy to Fe and even Rick's mom. Nameless. I have yet to see a film that captures everything. A woman can be a housewife, vixen, a mother, a sister, etc. I have been with one person for eight years. And we'll always look for my night in heaven. PS love the way at kipnes nibbles on his cookie while looking at war and. Nine out of ten..

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Normative lifestyles of great stars what do you want to go tonight no to want to stay home Own dumping out some of that one of the assertion society makes is that Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, weren't really a couple that she was mostly lesbian and he had a homosexual affair, with Tracy over a number. Of years and this is myth busting? But, the disruption of these myths Is still troubling to people, there's been pushed back but, do you take away from that It's very interesting to me if not a bit alarming that people want to cling, to a sort of straight washed history as it pertains. To the reputations of, movie stars such as happened in Tracy If you think that happened? In Tracy are great. Important figures, which I happen to think don't you want to know every aspect of their bar graffiti why would we want a, cleaned, up straight. Washed biography of Katharine Hepburn it it makes no sense and frankly I feel that this pushback starting to emerge as the film goes out into movie theaters is a form of homophobia Scotty still alive and. I'm wondering what you think is role is in changing those perceptions now that you, spend so much time with them while it's very valuable to have someone who was an eyewitness witnessed all of this. So he provides primary, source that fills in the blanks that were intentionally left out and I think he does a. Great service by revealing the full picture that was obscured by the studio's publicity department and in many cases by the these great figures themselves who had to live in fear, of being exposed and rule Ruined just because they were trying to live an. Authentic life Matt turn, our his documentary is Scotty and the secret history of Hollywood thank you very much thank you.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Us says Stephen. Fry but Bauer, says, Spencer Tracy didn't want to be like them and struggled with his homosexuality to deflect. Suspicion the Mary Tracy cooked up a fake scandal in involvement with Hepburn with whom he never slept Bowers fixed up Hepburn with, women the late gay. Columnist Liz Smith, said Hepburn slept with. Many another surprise is King, Edward the eighth Duke of. Windsor after he abdicated to marry. Wallace Simpson Bauer says he fixed the Duke up with men and the duchess with women putting a different spin on the abdication, story but are we sure it's true witness after witness says, yes among, them longtime Variety editor Peter Bart, but if, you go into Scotty and the secret history of Hollywood hoping just for dirt. You'll get less than you expect this is a profile documentary it's mainly about. The man how he, came to do what he did and what he. Does now in, failing, health the result is sometimes meandering Bowers trudges through his house overlooking downtown Los Angeles. Somehow avoiding the piles of trash he's accumulated his current wife Aloun singer is visibly uncomfortable and says she might not have married, Bowers if she'd known. His history that's, a little creepy slowly. Turn our fills in Bowers, back story at eleven he. Was sexually abused by an adult. Neighbor except ours refuses to call it abuse and denies he was damaged he says when a priest took a shine to him, he made money off the exchange then set up the priests, friends Bowers, then Survived the hellacious battle of Iwojima some men, came home built picket, fences and gave us the nineteen. Fifties we've been told was. The real America others like Bowers came back with zero illusions after what he'd lived through he saw nothing wrong with. Pimping say fellow marines or Hollywood hopefuls like the young. Rock Hudson he only feels bad about the woman he. Was married. To for thirty. Years and rarely spent nights with that, and the daughter who bled to death at twenty three after. An illegal abortion the power. Of Scotty and the secret history of Hollywood is. Cumulative after a while those piles of trash see metaphorical the attempt of a man who made everyone happy to. Keep his, own unhappiness at bay turn our suggests that, Scotty Bowers is profoundly damaged but. So many forces acted on, him and, coalescence In his story from child sexual. Abuse to the horror of war to the corrosive effects of homophobia the superb documentary turns out. To be as sympathetic as it is lurid, David Edelstein is film critic for New York magazine If you'd like to listen to interviews. You've missed like our interview with Michael Scott more about being kidnapped by Somali pirates or with actor Tony shalhoub who's nominated for an EMMY for, his role in the.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Directions can change, but with with Spiderman kind of spiraling, kind of the help rein it in because there weren't a lot of context clues. We need a bit more is on it. Right. I think even joke Assad I got involved just to kind of help fine what this new direction was. Yeah, Chris, thank thank you so much. This has been fascinating. I don't think I've ever been able to hear the point of view of someone who had to redesign a character like that, and I just really day like where you're coming from when you think about fashion in these characters, you're? Yeah, you're shaping so much of what we read and see with our face. It's fun because it's more fun than drawing the same caution over and over again. Yeah, kinda changes and I kind of explore and change over time and try different higher styles and every kind of fresh. I'm joined this in caution, but everyone knows all the time each every day of my life. It always kind of changes up and he just use the new problem. Awesome. Chris, Anka. Thank you so much. You. Jim McCann's Ryan panel goes, how are you? I am. Feb is. Thank you. How are you? Good of the people. I know in comics, you're one of my oldest friends longest Jill in that sense wizard crew? Yeah, it's the wizard crew, obviously, and the new because we became close when I was wizard. I would say I can actually say the exact same is true as well. People in comics. You are one of my oldest friends. How did you transition from working in marvel? Sort of editorial corporate into the actual comics right inside. Okay. So I'm not condoning this. I was hopped up on cold medicine. Mark pitcher had just started and we were doing called marvel westerns and actually had a cold. I should have prefaced it with that. Yeah, medicating as needed. Yes. Yes, I was kind of using as directed. I may have gone a little overboard just because I wanted to kick it like fast, but found out that doesn't happen instead, you just have really random weird ideas while you're sitting in an office. And one of them was, I realized that Katharine Hepburn Spencer Tracy had done a number of movies together in number of John rouse. But the only one they never did was a western. So walked in his office and said, what if we did a Katharine Hepburn Spencer Tracy flavor and get this. And this will tell you my knowledge of sports. Her name is the. Philadelphia, philly. Genius, right. Crushing it. It got published true. So that was published. And I, it was probably actually just before that there was an editor who was doing an all ages, Spiderman book, and the writer was on a plane and book had to go to press because it was on a Friday and the art had come in the colors, everything, and it just did not match the dialogue and people knew that I really wanted to write because I had come from writing soaps before I started at marvel I'd written for one life to live and so that enter randomly and they were like, I need you to punch this line. So did a little script doctoring on this one little Spidey thing. And that's what actually led me into doing the solicitations. And then when we did like the youngun sketchbooks and different marketing materials, I would be writing the marketing copy the ad copy, but then the big big break was. Secret invasion, finale planning meeting, and we had decided we really needed to get something that would surprise the fans. 'cause you know, they knew that Spiderwoman had been replaced and the new a bunch of different people who've been replace spoilers. If.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Directions can change, but with with Spiderman kind of spiraling, kind of the help rein it in because there weren't a lot of context clues. We need a bit more is on it. Right. I think even joke Assad I got involved just to kind of help fine what this new direction was. Yeah, Chris, thank thank you so much. This has been fascinating. I don't think I've ever been able to hear the point of view of someone who had to redesign a character like that, and I just really day like where you're coming from when you think about fashion in these characters, you're? Yeah, you're shaping so much of what we read and see with our face. It's fun because it's more fun than drawing the same caution over and over again. Yeah, kinda changes and I kind of explore and change over time and try different higher styles and every kind of fresh. I'm joined this in caution, but everyone knows all the time each every day of my life. It always kind of changes up and he just use the new problem. Awesome. Chris, Anka. Thank you so much. You. Jim McCann's Ryan panel goes, how are you? I am. Feb is. Thank you. How are you? Good of the people. I know in comics, you're one of my oldest friends longest Jill in that sense wizard crew? Yeah, it's the wizard crew, obviously, and the new because we became close when I was wizard. I would say I can actually say the exact same is true as well. People in comics. You are one of my oldest friends. How did you transition from working in marvel? Sort of editorial corporate into the actual comics right inside. Okay. So I'm not condoning this. I was hopped up on cold medicine. Mark pitcher had just started and we were doing called marvel westerns and actually had a cold. I should have prefaced it with that. Yeah, medicating as needed. Yes. Yes, I was kind of using as directed. I may have gone a little overboard just because I wanted to kick it like fast, but found out that doesn't happen instead, you just have really random weird ideas while you're sitting in an office. And one of them was, I realized that Katharine Hepburn Spencer Tracy had done a number of movies together in number of John rouse. But the only one they never did was a western. So walked in his office and said, what if we did a Katharine Hepburn Spencer Tracy flavor and get this. And this will tell you my knowledge of sports. Her name is the. Philadelphia, philly. Genius, right. Crushing it. It got published true. So that was published. And I, it was probably actually just before that there was an editor who was doing an all ages, Spiderman book, and the writer was on a plane and book had to go to press because it was on a Friday and the art had come in the colors, everything, and it just did not match the dialogue and people knew that I really wanted to write because I had come from writing soaps before I started at marvel I'd written for one life to live and so that enter randomly and they were like, I need you to punch this line. So did a little script doctoring on this one little Spidey thing. And that's what actually led me into doing the solicitations. And then when we did like the youngun sketchbooks and different marketing materials, I would be writing the marketing copy the ad copy, but then the big big break was. Secret invasion, finale planning meeting, and we had decided we really needed to get something that would surprise the fans. 'cause you know, they knew that Spiderwoman had been replaced and the new a bunch of different people who've been replace spoilers. If.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Six breakfast and lunch as well as six fifteen on, the waterways has something several things very unique number one we. Carry passengers and we have larger cabins so you have three different challenges is really, fixed window which means a high window that doesn't open. For on short. So, anything time for me and I happened to call it swan And we have a fridge falconry cabin which is the sliding. Glass doors, then we have the twins about the caverns. Which is a step out and the rich balcony and, then of course we have to sleep as well okay oh. In configuration is what we had we were on the viola viola Oh. That. Was, a beautiful beautiful ship I'm leaving. For the video we from Saturday Jealous Yes I can't. Wait I think we're all three. Thirteen the site Right and then. Sailing seven. Nights from Vilshoffen which is near, Munich down to Budapest absolutely fantastic little early for the Christmas markets but let's talk about this later to other waterways is our cabins have an apple TV in every cabin with a. Keyboard under it to give you free. Internet, access in your. Cabin also wired for at least. Four gene For free internet access throughout the ship. Unless, you're in lock or under a bridge and then you're going to have to wait a few minutes to. Get, back on Facebook the internet was, surprisingly very very nice and very well done I mean, we went through or four different countries and it's pretty much seamless internet on. Your phone with the wireless or on Apple computer, in your, room yes that apple computers also your cable TV and I won Hollywood movies and there's some classics on there too I if you were just in Nuremberg you might wanna pull. Up judgment, nurenberg. With Spencer Tracy everybody in the whole, world and that day and age fabulous. Movie it. It you can spend as much. Time in your cabin but really there's so much going on the ship and there's so much to sing along the way that most of the time you're gonna end up in the. Lounge or up on that fabulous Sunday Seating and, on chairs and sofas and anything up there and either a pool or jacuzzi and in all wisdom as of twenty twelve swimming pool on the top deck now has a swim up bar Yes You, know on our, crews it was a little cooler and I did not see any adults in the. Pool I did see some. Children But we. Never had get adults and Yeah that upper dock is amazing we were, just wrapped in, blankets up on deck watching the kids Oh I think it's. It's just such beautiful scenery along the way and, let's say you're Motion you're just floating past these storybook type. Villages and you? Look out the window when, this, is, straight out a grim, Stary tails what's guess what this is where the Grimm, brothers, land one more little tidbit and we'll wrap up the, show this segment chess jay-paul restaurants specialty restaurant.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Jason statham jason statham more bob war the movie called war shooter mark wahlberg edge of darkness with mel gibson very good yes mel gibson plays a lot of good road cops one one more you got took it i think it was barney bharti forty five one bullet five okay mikey thanks mike and columbus you've got a rogue cop nomination it's kind of funny that you know you're talking about the show where they traveled across content i don't know how i sixty but remember the movie it's a mad pan man world i mean it had it started oh yeah yeah yeah spencer tracy if you remember with the cops to let everybody meet him off concrete beverly hillbillies everything to this area under a train by air park and they were going there you just automated him there and they had them all busted up the and took off some tough delilah you have to remember the movie and so that kind of limits you're right at at and i just vaguely remember spencer tracy as a cop in that movie defying changed the great race with jack and king win and a few other people and i was only being comedies where it was just a slapstick but yet there was a story tonight and transfer tracy was just thirty est cop you could ever been you've never met life on the phone you sandwich all right i'll talk to you very treasure and fix it up gets caught white since leaving i thought there was blatantly hysterical hey mike mike thanks for participating.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"No i want constitutional judges if they passed a law that says say you're for everybody with your first name can be killed on sight something tells me you'd like a judge to step in and say you know i think i'm gonna enforce the fourteenth amendment that says equal protection under the law and not this piece of legislation i'm not going to strictly construct the original intent of this legislation that clearly violates the constitution not to mention the highest law which says thou shall not commit murder something tells me you'd want a judge to apply the the natural law real quickly and stop navelgazing about what strict construction ism when the guns at your head show me you're a strict construction is sh you know just gimme your view of strict construction ism for all the fifty six million babies in the womb we've killed which judge you think they would want we had this argument nuremberg there's a very famous german judge who made this exact case he made the score such incase at nuremberg he made the case that he should not be tried as a war criminal they made a movie about this guy burt lancaster played them in the moving spencer spencer tracy played the the prosecutor for the allies that you know put the noose around his neck kick the chair from underneath them in hong kong as a work criminal because the case then he made was i had to apply the german law i couldn't just make up laws on my own.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on Q95

"No oh my god i have wall mambo there whoa sza daniel daniel the new the church got like as well you know i only most religious thing i've ever heard i don't even think my priest has church bells for his probably got highway to hell i i'm spencer tracy if they're gonna come walk from two thousand eight we should explain used to be a religion teacher eggs at an all ladies scored an allgirls school on goes catholic highscoring didn't know that i remember you from the parking lot now punched fell very funny i vote blanc mustache on implying bureau flesh iin the medals joking um but uh but yeah because i was a religion teacher not i'm i'm not all that into the religion right now but i do keep an eye on what's going on in the catholic church and and one of the big controversies right now is that the people who are i have that gluten algae bloom uh they they can't take the host because it's made out of wheat and so they've been trying to get the church to change it as a lot of denominations have were you can have an option for a race but they read about this last year ever of a laugh at it this her this bit by anyway anyway there's there's you know there's people who are upset about it and as there's actually a little bit of a protest song oh must back air that's at glutenfree oh wow okay yeah all right well it was ruffenacht lotta whole foods business i did change that last year wow i looked at night open it up a regardless four of a laugh at it with her this bit by any way there's there's you know there's people who are upset about it sure and if there's actually a little bit of a protest song allowed that is that this is a very obscure topic so what you're hearing this this was the about it had news story that no known already host move we for whatever you wanna call it if i have gotten kind of a movement going guk and this is they had emerged washington all forty of them insisted there you are not interested no no i've been of i think it's it restock okay i'm just i'm trying.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The firm's again six one seven two five four 1030 or we hit thirty eight states and parts of canada many pretty much guarantee most likely depending on your state ghana helper we know about us states your communities broadcast history gama you've got married as your first person at wants to speak to you and i merely glad she does hi mary how are you oh great donna how're you you know i'm happy to be walking around a good uh first i have a comment and then they have a question for both of you um i was born in nineteen seventy two and i find that the best motion pictures were made in 1930 four in the 30's him in the 40s so what i wanted to ask you both was could you please each told me who you think the talks a three actors were from the thirty some forty who the top three actresses were in the 30s and 40s and ju they have a history and show in a radio first in broadcasting first i'm gonna let you go first because that's actually a tuffey i'm i'm a big fan of movie smith 30's and 40s so many that it would love we could do a show just on movies from the 30s and 40s will be here all night where i'm going to disturb or us with a home run spencer tracy owner of best actor backtoback i think he was the first one to do that and the only other person to do that is this generations great actor tom hanks so spencer tracy humphrey bogart yeah and i'm no fan wanna say kashmir it g robinson i'm going to say jimmy cagney those my top three males all right uh and donna i'll let you pick.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on Car Talk

"Hey that's a thought sure the first question is we had some really cold weather down here the temperatures down around you know the lower teens and uh ever since then i've noticed a tremendous increase input doodles you don't wanna put doodles car with one headlights exactly we call them put in the great northeast but you you ruffians down south the a call them to do with this point all right very chantol people we're not russ uh at any rate noticed a tremendous increase in the numbers of them since the real cold weather and i was wondering if you've got some ideal why you baby well what that what then won't his wife theory on the matter assuming that your observations are correct and i have no reason to distrust on because you seem like a pretty good guy right i am and i think it's probably true only because i come i of a of a theory fort why do headlights not work you might ask answer because the filament is no longer intact right correct i'll by that everyone has seen donham each in that movie you're looked a little filament inside the bulb end of cars spencer tracy and sue tracy tracy in late and no kidding oh everyone knows the spencer tracy invented the light bulb all hold donna meachine that that the telephone proceed so he has the story when that filament is not intact alike doesn't work except you may think that this is a gold nogo either the full amount is intact or it isn't but that's not true sometimes it's in between it's broken but it's touching right in which case when you turn on the lights the lights work however if it's real cold out you may know that things shrink when they get cold and what happens is the filaments shrinks and separates from itself and the lights don't work and i'll bet you if you didn't replace them one had got warm again the lights would work he's not.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on The Takeout

"At cd and so uh l ascendant excellent eddie coltrane mile a absolutely yeah so all the old stuff because i i got there no my dad yeah yeah i i can listen to judge all day and all night okay book also i really tway with this but little women i was joe okay because she was a woman in charge nn i mean i i can't even tell you how many times i've read that and um in our ages you really member or hold you were when you first wrote i think i was probably ten or eleven right when i first read hold writer right in because identified with her i come from a family of four girls and and i was definitely joe birth order or you the oldest of or is threatened okay wrote yep definitely and as you have what are commonly attributed to first child tendencies i would say if you ask my sister's that would say yes we all know what those are not a for a child with youngest of three allow okay so we now yeah but okay good so that that basis covered and a movie oh wow so i'm attorney classic movie fan so am i and and so you know i liked any movie that has spencer apparent regard weekend re and with a lineup is yes or the plan my week exactly exactly would you say it o'clock feature for sure we are so i mean i cash i mean there've been there's like just so many good ones but i will i go on a tier of spencer tracy katharine hepburn s eight singer grow friday right now adam's rib adam's rib classic so those are all those are all very good fascinating relationship in hollywood history in hollywood war.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"But i think you're right it really does depend on the actor because some actors you know i think are really find not like a comfort but it's just like they can really nail it in what's already given so why do extraneous dan when you get great writing which is extremely rare you'll find i promise you you can finally relax and just as spencer tracy said no lines of don't bump into the furniture which is i love to have freedom too but there were moments when it's so well written and specific that you don't need to that you don't have to even contemplate what you're going to do with it just do it justice seriously right it's a it's a unique experience okay so you're in the woods you're getting it sends it's going to go great and then the summer of 16 to getting to be july you've got yourself a netflix subscription uri's living vast suddenly programmings available to you all the shows house of one yes so many him movies of mine would you yourself away when do you start to get a little trickle of i think people are watching but also because like i was going on about rotten tomatoes they're just they're just new wage to find out what how people give a shit the so what in the in in july august of two thousand sixteen what are you experience yeah honored it's hard to random loan call somebody that really is just comerica on.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That allowed by should say good day what are you gonna do about mary vail galle ideas is no shift i think you ought to let it go away country isn't it should now but she loves you and is something wrong i think you ought to go down chine strain had app eight it's none of my business right now you maybe it's not shut out no i think you had a lot to do is leaving me i don't say at bill all that stuff about anything i'd go okay with you uh not my brain judge trying to make some myself and you you it yet chequered what do i get for you talking crazy bill shouldn't be thinking that way i don't like to hear it you don't like it alleged alleged stuff i don't like taking a look at you that's dean martin jerry lewis and a scene from the students jerry lewis is my guest he has a new memoir called dean and me what did he do exactly in that seen that um amazes you he's playing is blame one of the most difficult things to play and that's the drunk who would prefer you didn't know he was at a tough seen to play for any actor and for a novice this was only are fourth film and he handled it incredibly good our director norman turag had been around the block a number of times and had directed magnificent films such as boy's town working with spencer tracy and mickey rooney so he was a very credible director who told me after it was all over he did not believe that denuded only made four films and was so broken as as you pointed out and so it's a dean martin as.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

"He not a hack out uh around the special hack out and i he reminded me spencer tracy and i told him on anything i could have said anything that could made him happier because he was a great admirer of spencer tracy senate lewis that was a happy memory and less exchanges in the fifth season you've written every single endeavor filmed thus far is that by design and how challenging is it to approach each new scripts with that level of freshness yes i mean uh it is a it's always a challenge but it is when we we relish one one team endeavor kind of relishes because he's not just me you know wh i work very closely with a little mammoths and with shorter meraj and uh so you know entirely alone usually all come in with a number of ideas preloaded um things that arise usually from the air that we're in so they'll be some little historical fact that woman extrapolate a story from things that one can smashed together to to create in a fusion if you will and give us a new story so that's that's that's usually how we begin on ways it's about endeavors journey to greatness are surprised how did he become the detective that everybody first fell in love within his middle years so we've got a wonderful blank canvas two to fail an endeavour blends together mystery puzzles with incisive character beats which element comes first when you're devising the plot for an episode or or those somehow inseparable what comes first the lyrics will the music it's.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Follow up why was he called poppa i don't remember i know some background to this stuff and it's funny that he asked the bob just being clever tickets i think bob knows you no no i don't know i'm guessing they are no i'm saying that he a pizza three times more be impreza called up i don't i forget why over the hat sure i don't and i can only think of him meeting pizza the once i think it three times here in july he's got it every key scarves he's on the street thanked us the one i got i'm gonna why why i love watching that we watched but here's the fascinating thing about that were there's two levels of fascinating number one originally that role was written four and supposed to be starring jackie gleason i heard that from william prejean didn't tell me as takis some talk twice about the movie and he said you know that originally because he felt the idea of gleason running and gleason handling himself was what he envisioned and what he wanted secondly that movie speaking of know your lives and dump pump into the furniture gene hackman is so his approach through his career and favorite actor velten maybe the one of the unbia unbeatable i mean i mean by the way our generations or though he's a passive but spencer tracy very similar in i mean spencer tracy i think had more range but similar type guys where they were just these genuine guys what more range which a funny or performance no no no i'm not someone of funny i'm talking about more heartbreaking and i can look a lot of hackman stuff and there's some heartbreaking but spencer tracy went into a deeper a deeper seed the depth of drama for hack then and then go to i say.

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"spencer tracy" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"spencer tracy" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Oh but also always respect the written word you know i feel the writer you you should respect but you need to make a choice if you're not been directed right make a choice of what it is but then when you do will play your your to a movie you work with the director to find out later that year here are the writers like being directed by someone who is a good director knows what the hell is that they're talking about right bad directors a member i did a movie with jane lynch and the director was very upset because we're making these choices now he broke in chicago at the time of the this is this is way after this is a movie called said oh vr and the director wanted us to be just like cutouts and i went to the producer and i said he has jane lynch and myself who are making choices and you don't want that for your movie and he did the producer dead any amount read the director the riot acted this was the direct actually as far as i know it's the directors only movie it's not true he worked again yes i was in his next film why is it his next film it was called sydney white the usaid new white no okay manda binds okay so there you go the amanda buzzer he was he he's wonderful gays working again now what he he was in director jail for a little bit where as far as my experience with them you should be in for director jail and he was a nice guy but here's the thing also just my opinion as a director he had us rehearsing before we went into production on a light comedy makes no sense like wishing it can do for comedian well i also as an actor approach acting this way and it's spencer tracy who said this.

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