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"sydney charlie" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"sydney charlie" Discussed on Uncommon

"And then I believe. We fest met at a Gig that will was doing with. Adam. Spencer, in Melbourne I think Michael or Charlie O'Brien invited me this Gig in. At the GIG, remember thinking what a decatur. He made fun of me. I was wearing a red beanie at the time and he might. Looking fraud and I was like all right. Kinda. See that's how it is. But, then the then we up again I think I just moved to Sydney. I'll an. Charlie pickering. I'd moved to Sydney Charlie Pickering and moved up because he just got a job on triple. J and say he was Mites with will. And so we started hanging out I remember there was one not will hanging out after Shaw that Donald all child done. And we'll just bullshitting and we started talking about football and he was like a big bulldogs fan on Big Saints Fan, and so you know that would have been a common and then we started talking about the wrestling. So. We sort of realize we had some sort of stuffing Coleman and then just very just a very natural progression of friendship is just like we lived in the same area in Bonn. And back back then we'll keep still worked inside. We'd often go for a run like accustomed Ron and just talk shit and then we had different groups of friends but then we sort of brought them together and then Alfred became friends and so it became just you know our little community of a people living in. It was actually a lot of us were ex Pat Melbourne. I think yes. Bonded assault is we're we're all. We had no been Melvin personalities but living in Sydney. Think it makes sense I'm together that way. Yeah. It's funny how you chose was we'll living in Bondi you said, yes. Yeah. Yeah. What is fucking bonyads like the isn't well at. Because it's beautiful I mean I know people take a piece out of Baja but it's still breathtaking. When you arrive there have a of that quality are only fifteen minutes in the days is pretty extraordinary. When you look back the lost ten years doing this. Up. The whole thing the two guys one cop what was sort of being the highs and lows of it all. I don't think there's been many loads. I think that. We. Sort of. Went into it not really knowing what it was gonna be or if it was going to be anything big fans of Kevin Smith's podcasts, mud cast, which was him and his in these producer and friend Scott Mosier just catching up and so that was the initial sort of formula and. I think. As the audience to grow and you know we started hooking up with. Dr. Anthony and Baron and then. Gareth and these American comics and you know we started getting a bigger audience that. We sort of realized that we we we ought to do something with it all it was just always going to be whatever it is and. So I think the the highlight really's just been how enthused and loyal Allison is I. I've after ten years is not many people who listen to podcasts at ten years, but a lot about listeners have stuck with this the whole time. The styling the people listening and? I. Always. Get a kick out of you know. Feedback we get from people who really love an episode who will get in contact decide that something might laugh or you know if It's not like an don't get mean to necessarily but I will say a lot of people. Sending around follow up information on topic we have discussed or. Anytime Kathy Bites appears and someone's television. We'll get sent a clip of that and so I I really. I really like that. It's it's funny how You guys starting is one of the original. PODCASTS impacted a lot of paper like when I do my usual research. Chats. Paper here and there watch the. The daily talk, show interview. Account Director. He's a SRI, Lankan block, who is now Joe Citizen and He's a very internationally minded guy, but he loves your podcast. And he started listening when he first came here. Maybe a few years after he came in probably twenty, twelve thirteen and he's like Oh. Yeah. I used to listen to Toe faulk is Toque Guy? So he doesn't actually know anything about home in a way he's never watched away. Even though he's now you know. Bonafide Australian. That was the interesting thing when started doing hemingway and channel seven had issues with Esau may doing tightrope at the same time and Puzzled by that, because is always like well, the completely different audiences I don't think anyone who You know what time in is going to listen to? Suddenly Stop Watching? Like if anything it's like a curious. Spot. was. Yeah but it was just I. Get that a lot I mean obviously I'm not a Canadian and so this is like the most comedy specific thing that I do and. People when they get in contact with US often point out the fact it's will I love you stand up special and I love I. Love that Charlie a no idea what else you do. Well that's fine. You don't my audience. It's thing. Whether or not actually. The show. If it becomes anything of registered is top. Then that's fine I think what we're sort of interested now in is the associated content relating for like the fact that I mean if if there wasn't typhoon the, we'll also vive there wasn't type of the five. Guys when cup? You know all these things that were spun off it. Have come from. Taupin, it really is. Still. Effortless. After all these years I will and I can sit down and just stop talking and get an ally down easily with absolutely no prep. And and I think that's the of simple pleasure of it and we don't really want to. Mess with that. Yeah, it's. It's really what you have is well-structured. You've got basically an outlet for US Arado to develop things exact and shoot the shit with someone who's willing to do it. and. You've got a great team that can help you sell the brand and planet burl. Costing Yeah. I've interviewed clay and her James Quad. Quite. Amazing. What they do really if you think about it that during the real independent network podcast network in Australia. So you sort of self good little consistent thing which allows you to do other passion projects whether it's short films the TV save production. Have you found a white to draw a wage. It'll yet for any of the stuff I know you guys a ones the putting all the money back into the fucking ridiculous promotion you've got going on. Now. Yeah we we more focused on that. Now during the pandemic, it's like You know we think that. If, if there's any time that we should. Maybe, look at drawing a wide you'll be now. So we started to slowly monetize the podcast you know not in any great amount, but enough for it to be like a kite will this is worth the time that were putting into it and a lot of that has come from just Al Patriarch like that would be say. That the bulk and the most consistent with our income comes from crowdfunding, which to me seems like a fairly equitable trade off because people can pay what they want rather than saying, you need to pay this amount of money to hear show like we understand that people have different circumstances, different budgets, and so just give what you can I mean at the Stop we started that Patriot. We had some luck teed levels of reward, and then I was like I just just open it all up..

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"sydney charlie" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"sydney charlie" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Though Charlie was getting a lot of good work and musicals he wanted to get into comedy. His First Comedy Act was in the show Jim directed by Harry Saints. Bury the show was not very successful but Charlie was praised by many for his distinguished performance. By this time Charlie had abandoned his education and had become a full-time entertainer. Charlie. Then acted in the Sherlock Holmes show in front of live audiences in nationwide tours. He performed his role. So brilliantly that he was called to London to perform the same role alongside William Gillette, the original Sherlock Holmes Sydney Charlie's half brother was also working fulltime and comedy sketches by the time he helped Charlie and getting some prominent comedy roles. Reviewers called Charlie. One of the greatest pantomime artists they had ever seen after a series of successful comedy shows on Stage Charlie entered the movie industry in Nineteen Fourteen and signed a deal with keystone studio. He worked with several big film studios throughout his career. Charlie always wanted to have full control and freedom over his films in their distribution. He was also concerned about the quality the big studios we're lacking. So he formed his own distribution company in partnership with three other artists. This distribution company was called United Artists? First marriage. Before the company was founded Charlie married an actress named Mildred Harris who claimed she was pregnant with his child. So they got married very quietly and the pregnancy turned out to be fake Charlie had married mildred only because he thought she was pregnant when he found out, she wasn't actually pregnant. He became quite unhappy with the marriage. He actually became a father on seventh July nineteen nineteen but his son was born deformed and died three days later finally, Charlie ended the marriage in the year nineteen twenty citing irreconcilable differences. The Kid. Deriving from this traumatic experience and his own childhood. Memories Charlie filmed his new movie this movie The kid in which he played the role of a foster father of an abandoned young boy became a hit immediately it was one of the first films that combined the nuances of comedy and drama. There are many instances when the movie touches, Your Heart for instance, Charlie doesn't have a job. So to make the money needed for survival, the boy breaks, window glasses of strangers. Then Charlie who casually comes along repairs, these glasses and charges money for it. This scene makes you cry by displaying how cruel poverty can be at the same time. It makes you laugh because of the comedy that comes along with it. Several similar scenes throughout the movie make you laugh and cry at the same time the movie Charlie wanted to be remembered for. After a string of successful films under his own Banner Charlie. Decided that his next film should be epic. He started writing the gold rush which was inspired by the Donner Party. It was an elaborate film and the production cost was about one million dollars at that time. The gold rush was filmed for about fifteen months. It went on to become one of the highest grossing films of its time at the time of its Release Charlie? Chaplin. said that it was the film he wanted to be remembered for..

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"sydney charlie" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"sydney charlie" Discussed on Still Buffering

"Do great movie but Oh. It's terrible. Is that rain. Yeah, it just started pouring here so you can hear that in the backer. Well listeners, and you're wondering yeah wow. Relax here in Brooklyn. With a record eighty two I was like what's happening. To explode to enjoy the rain it is. Just. Absolutely down pouring I also think that this this building is built on a weird slant so like the back windows. It's literally just like water just pours often. Wow! Well! With that note that Riley, what's next week, so we talked about the show a little bit in our last episode, and it's a show that meant a lot to me growing up What am I all time, favorite cartoons and not as adventure time. All right. Sydney Charlie will enjoy it I, think Cooper willows well actually. Taylor I. Know You've watched it, so you know as I'm. I'm familiar with it of course I have never actually watched it really. No I. I think it has been on in rooms. I've been in like I'm like I'm vaguely familiar, but I've never actually sat down and watched it too. Great show is. I've talked about any cartoons or anything yet from my. Adolescence so excellent. We'll do that next all right and I'll watch cartoons with. That'll be yeah. That'll be easier than showing them. Timber movies. Yeah Cooper definitely wasn't ready for those all I don't know Cooper is kind of scary. And we're might be more down. Yeah you know Cooper like. Other Charlie is the one who introduced that. She has an imaginary friend yesterday. I know. Yeah. So that means you all are about to be the SARS of like a horror movie I think. Yeah, yeah it starts. Yeah Cuckoo but I do find cooper sitting alone in her room in the dark staring at the wall a lot. Cooper is the imaginary friend. Justin tried to do that joke for just a second with them really was like you already have an imaginary friend. Charlie you. You're always talking about cooper. Is it your sister? And I was like no. No, no I was. Sitting there, the dinner table I was like no. No, no, no, we're not doing that. That is damaging to everyone in this room. That joke goes no farther Charlie your sister Israel. She sitting there. I could see her cooper there like wolfing down or mashed potatoes like I. Don't know what you're talking about. Mashed potatoes a great. So I that in the Bud Really You want that. Take. Heed route. The. I don't I don't want that narrative going down about their childhood. That will be in the books. They write someday day. That parents convince you that my sister wasn't real. I think that's a theme and frozen so. well, thank you. Taylor for bringing this topic for us this week. This this is good. This is fun and we'll do. We'll do adventure time next week. That'll be fun. I'm very excited for an excuse to rewatch that again. Because review time twice, I think. Well thank you. Listeners I hope you are all staying safe staying home as much as you can wearing your masks when you go out in public in washing your hands. All the time, just constantly always be be washing..

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