19 Burst results for "Teri Garr"
"teri garr" Discussed on The Moratorium
"They're super gross. They're not very well done but because they're not. They seemed kind of grocer. I don't know there are good special effects in this movie but that one looked like a real like trauma movie like something would be hanging off of the toxic avenger. Something which is probably why they said you know what we don't have time to really fix this tower internet. You're ashamed of it anyway. Just get my kid's toy over there and we're just cut it in half and glued to your neck. I do have to get me one of these adidas jumpsuit. it looks super comfortable. he's worked up a great amount of sweat. My rolling around back and forth on the floor. Just rolling back and forth is doing like teri garr young frankenstein. I think this is the workout for me. Working your butt working your abbott. Abbas and my lymphatic system and you're of course of course. That's working your lymphatic system. I know less about it than you do. In that made zero sense. He's like thoughts moving all this stuff around like obviously he didn't look it up either. He's talking about it with great conviction. So do you think he had lymphoma. And that's why he was seeing oliver reed or vice versa. Where he was seeing him in in it created that whatever that was when we've got michael slash machel and he seems to be growing nipples on command. Yeah are they staying on. And we don't necessarily see these. No later dewey. I think they get worse as he becomes more. Maybe this guy is in a complete agitated state that is then fueling his sarcoma. I dunno i. So you find out that john john or yawn. Dawn fucking news but He's suing all read. Four that so i guess that answers my question i think he's basically suing him for like an experiment. Gone wrong or like a treatment. Gone wrong. I guess he's hoping to shut the place down but he knows that he cannot win this lawsuit right. Yeah he says he's doing it for revenge. Yes if we can put psycho. Plasmids causes cancer in the headlines. That's all it's going to take a shudder i. They'll just stick in people's heads which is probably true so candies grandfather. This is a my god. I loved him. What is his name again. I've got so many tabs open here..
The Rich Eisen Show
"teri garr" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Every once in a while and i thought oh. I gonna do something like that. I don't know what that is. You know zone but there were so many you know and then tomb was great because if you did something he went. Oh yes do that. And then walk over here. And do that. Like when i when i walk over and do the kick the trio you know i think it was. There was some joke. it might have been nice model. But then i in the f. word and i thought you know somebody told me if it's true or not. Somebody told me the sensor they used to send somebody into a screening room and pick things and go. No can't do that. Nope cancer that no. Someone told me she fell asleep during that period and missed it. I i don't know if that's true or not but so we got away with saying that man. I've got two more for you here. Michael keaton celebrity tour false true false negotiated a break in your batman contract in case the pirates made the playoffs. That's true kind of an ongoing for several movies. But by the way they all and that's when they were good but imagine doing now that go find no problem. That's the first. Yes they get from legal so but this is back when obviously we're talking about the bonds vance slide pirates right that's talking about. They were always in the gym leland. Smokin heaters in between innings type. Okay and then the last one for you. True or false you and martin mole improvise the to twenty two twenty one. Whatever it takes exchange in. Mr mom said charles totally martin's line totally mark knowles lying. He he goes what we i mean we did. I ended up saying he goes Were i'll tell you what did get improvised. Like moments before not improvised. I said the prop guys you know. I need something seen You know this guy's really insecure right now. He's panicked. I need something. I go yet tools. And you know. Like and i was looking for some tools and and either he mentioned a chainsaw. I did and he was so great. Ran random the problem scrambling around came out. And i said yeah. Yeah yeah perfect. and then. He handed me the goggles. So you want these absolutely guinea so so then we start shooting the scene in doing that and That lying you know the setup is So i'm telling them work on the house. And i don't know what i'm doing and he says so you're going to twenty and then and then i i kinda i think originally what i do was i kind of fake. I go Yeah or something like that and he says you know you should say take two twenty two twenty one you know. I think he's either. I said whatever it takes. Yeah he came up with that. Well i mean he's He's legendary as they come in mall for the fernwood tonight. I mean you you've been just this has been an amazing conversation. Michael and I i i. I barely just scratching the surface on everything spotlight byrd. Man are just incredible films. That you're in the trial of the chicago seven. I mean obviously What we just talked about as well the protege. You also have worth coming on. Net flicks is september and then dope sick. Which is yeah. I'm already making appointment viewing for that on hulu on october. Honestly i it's it's it's awfully good. It's it's really really good and man. It's it's it's gonna it's gonna be eye-opening i think For a lot of people. Before i leave you know what i keep asking her mentioned and sometimes they remember sometimes they don't And i know this is a male centric show. Probably but people don't talk about how great terry are. Was you know when mr mom mom. But and all that stuff young frankenstein people forget man she was she was you know she was. She was funny and smart weedy and quirky and charming and great look at it and there are very few people that mentioned her now like when they mentioned the really funny women so i always try to mention are no question. We were talking about again. Prior to the show which one of your films from your way back in the day filmography. We could ask you about. And i mentioned how terrific teri garr was beforehand. No no no question about it wasn't she. She was also. I think in the conversation too which is a brilliant movie that people don't talk about that coppola movie She plays them on. Doesn't she played the moment. Black beauty that that Really awesome wasn't a q. I'm not kidding. This gorgeous movie this kid and his horse. It's stunningly beautiful. Yeah and Young fraticide as you pointed out to. I don't know if you wear too but tomorrow is the thirty eight. Th anniversary of the premier of mr mom michael really. it's a fact. Wow the day before the protege. Yeah look at a tiny. That's a class a little classic. All right i'm gonna leave you alone. Michael atop the dog man. I know that you and i share that love of animals and dog my wife and i we have two beautiful rescues at home and life is good when we get a chance to connect I'd love to do this again whenever you are michael. Keaton is places open to you and enjoy the steelers season. We'll chat.
"teri garr" Discussed on Office Ladies
"Angeles says she is in voting in. Jim says nobody cares. How what the hell jim. That's some gym south gym. Saas did you notice what pam said. When does he say pam says. Did you see her with her. Bangs and lady. This made me laugh out loud. Because i have just recently gotten bangs and people have a lot of opinions about it. They have opinions about my bangs. But what made me laugh. Was that before. I got my bangs. I of course. Google images of people with banks. You have to do research you don't just you got to look at all the pictures you google people with banks. You texted me. I think i'm gonna get bangs. Yeah to which i replied. Oh no i said. I think i'm going to get banks right now because like i was haircut in moment by the time he replied it was done. I know i who's like oh. I was busy with the kids. I decided we were going to paint. I bought the canvas and all the paint stuff we're outside. We'd made this huge mass. I'd set my phone aside. So i didn't get paint on it and then i just thought i'd check in see what's happening and i see this text from you. That's half an hour old. That says i think i'm gonna get bangs now and i was like. Oh no i didn't get you in but lady. I think they're adorable. I think they're super cute because they're curly. I'm loving it. I bring it up. Because one of the people i saw my research was hilary swank with bangs. So when i am made me laugh. But i really based my banks on some like mia farrow from hannah and her sisters. You look very seventies kind of like beechy wave with bangs a little bit of teri garr jerry gar or some banks like no one's business right but my main inspiration was probably stevie nicks and i will admit that after getting my banks. I did style my hair in a full stevie nicks and then i took pictures and i put them side by side. I was too shy to post. But i wanna see the side by side. You want to see my steve. Have on your phone. Yeah i mean. I really did this kind.
The Next Picture Show
"teri garr" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"Hollywood. Nineteen seventies didn't end on december thirty first nineteen seventy-nine they didn't end with the debuts of jaws and star wars films that redefined the blockbuster didn't even really end in november nineteen eighty when the delayed release michael cimino. Heaven's gate helped confirm the arab studios backing the grand-scale visions of bishops directors was drawing to a close the nineteen seventy s regard kind of golden age for american. Filmmaking ended on january fifteenth nineteen eighty-two director francis for coppola screened one from the heart twice for crowds six thousand movie goers at radio city music hall eager to see a film that had already become an budget of curiosity and suspicion. The crowd waited in the cold. One only by the cups of split pea soup served up by choas crew. This call premier wasn't part of the original plan. Coppola was feuding with paramount. The studio had originally planned to distribute the film but crude nervous after bad word of mouth leap from screenings of unfinished prince for exhibitors so couple took betters into his own hands bringing the phone directly to the public but the public didn't know quite what they'd seen a documentary included on a dvd version of the film released in two thousand three includes vintage on the street. Interviews with movie goers one who calls the story quote banal and very boring at another who likened it to a meal entirely of desserts who added that after awhile you start to feel a little sick. It also features contentious between screenings press conference which coppola secretly can't believe audiences didn't love the movie if you'd expect it and it missed the future of his zoa tropes studios dependent on its success. What's more coppola loved the film. It was as its titled claimed one from the heart. It's impossible to talk about one from the heart without discussing circumstances surrounding its creation. Sorry scott has not not here to about after textiles Discussions shouldn't end with the circumstances surrounding its creation but was to get into them anyway. In brief coppola was in the midst of attempting to fulfill a lifelong dream. He bought a down on its luck. Hollywood studio it was in the process of turn it into his vision of how movies should be made an all in one facility. That would you state of the art equipment to make movies. That included reading from a command center built into a trailer in using video footage as a kind of living story board and editing. The film while still in progress variations on these techniques are in use today. Couple even called it provisional ization but the turnt the eighties. It was akin to trying to reach the moon with a hot air balloon. Coppola vision wet beyond making one film. It was utopian. There would be a repertory company in an apprentice program. A four day workweek would allow employees to use a fifth day to pursue whatever projects. They want it. It was the old to assistant remade. For new era and better. It was the future but the future didn't have enough money to fund it and dependent on one from the heart winning over audiences that didn't work out either but the extreme still left behind a singular film and musical set in a back lot recreation of las vegas frederic forrest and teri garr co-star as respectively. Hank and franny a pair of lovers with different visions of their life together. It opened inspired by henry. She's bought tickets to bora bora and he's about the house of which they live..
The Rich Eisen Show
"teri garr" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"No problem. It's the. I guess they get from legal so but this is back when obviously we're talking about the bonds slide pirates right. That's talking about day. were in it. They were always jim. Leland smoke heaters in between innings. Type you okay. And then the last one for you true or false you and martin mull improvise the to twenty two twenty one. Whatever it takes exchange in. Mr mom set totally martin's lane. Totally merck moles line. He he goes What we i mean we did. I ended up saying does he goes I'm were dig improvised a like moments. Before not improvised. I said that the prop guys had you know. I need something innis scene. You know disguise really insecure right now. He's panicked you know you need something like oh yeah tools and You know can like. And i was looking for some tools in either. He mentioned a chainsaw. Or i did. And he was so great like random scrambling around came out. And i said yeah. Yeah yeah perfect. and then. He handed me the goggles. So you want these absolutely giving so so then we start shooting the scene in doing that and That lying you know the setup is So i'm telling them how working house. And i don't know what i'm doing and he says so you're gonna hurt you know to twenty and then and then i i kinda i i really do. I kind of fake. And i go Yeah or something like that and he says you know you should say say twenty two twenty one you know. I think he's either. I said whatever it takes us. Yeah he came up. Well i mean he's He's legendary as they come man. I'm all for the fernwood tonight. I mean you you've been just this has been an amazing conversation. Michael and I i barely scratching the surface on everything spotlight. Birdman are just incredible films that you are in the trial of the chicago seven. I mean obviously What would just talked about as well. The protege you also have worth coming on netflix september and then dope sick. Which is. I'm already making appointment viewing for that. Who on october. honestly i. it's it's it's awfully good. It's it's really really good man. it's it's gonna it's gonna be. I opening i think For a lot of people. Before i leave you know what i keep asking. People are mentioned. And sometimes they remember. Sometimes they don't you And i know this is a male centric show. Probably but people don't talk about how great teri garr was. You know and mr mom mom but and all that stuff young frankenstein. People forget man she was she was you know she was. She was funny and smart and witty and quirky and charming and great look and that there were very few people that mentioned her now like when they mentioned the really funny women so i always try to mention are no question. We were talking about again. Prior to the show which one of your films from your way back in the day filmography. We could ask you about. And i mentioned how terrific teri garr was beforehand. No no no question about. It wasn't cheap. She was also. I think in the conversation to which is a brilliant movie that people don't talk about that tokyo movie She plays the mon- doesn't you play the moment black beauty that that really awesome wasn't q. I'm not kidding. This gorgeous moody bu- kidneys horse. It's stunningly beautiful and young side. You pointed out to i. I don't know if you wear too but tomorrow is the thirty. Th anniversary of the premier of mr mom michael. it's a fact. Wow the day before the protege look to. That's a tiny. That's a class a little classic. All right i'm gonna leave you alone. Might now the dog man. I know that you and i share that love of animals dog we my wife and i we have two beautiful rescues at home and life is good when we get a chance to connect I'd love to do this again whenever you are michael keaton. This place is open to you. Enjoy the steelers season. We'll check down. You got it. That's michael keaton. Everybody at michael keaton on twitter at michael keaton douglas on instagram and I just love that martin..
Whores Talk Horror
"teri garr" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Even though the movie takes place in the eighties and she has an entire shelf and her apartment filled with pans of aqua net hairspray to keep her big beehive hairdo in place john heard. Who is the dad home alone. He's in it. And he plays a too trusting bartender but also kind of like He's got kind of like a psycho side to him or Spoilers i mean not really is not really a spoiler Teaching chong play a couple of bungling thieves natural granola hera. Who also was home alone with. John heard she plays. I can only describe is a bit of an unhinged new york city party girl who ends up leading a vigilante mob through the streets of soho while driving an ice cream truck. So basically catherine o'hara being awesome. Oh my god. It's like the best cameo or i mean she's she doesn't have a huge huge role in it. It's it's more than a cameo but it's like is basically what i think of moya from shits creek. Yeah possibly doing before. She needs johnny road. It's like that kind of unhinged. And there's even a small part played by brunch and pin joe aka bulky from perfect strangers but this movie is totally bat shit crazy and it's like stuck with me since i've watched it a couple of weeks ago and i don't really want to say too much more about it. Okay but if you wanna see forgotten gem or you're a big scorsese fan in you've overlooked this one. I highly recommend it. It starts a bit slow but once it gets moving it like really doesn't let up and the ending is just so weird imperfect i love it. I love me. Some catherine o'hara but i got a sweet spot for teri garr i. I'm just going to say it. So i'm in all right cool mindy. Yeah what is up next. There's a new shutter anthology series. Horror are coming. This october who this shudder news was announced last month. Actually but we already released are july tidbits episode by then. So we're including this news here now from bloody disgusting quote. Shudder is expanding upon their critically acclaimed to those in nineteen documentary. Hor new are a history of black horror with an original anthology series. That will showcase stories of black horror. From black directors and screenwriters. The upcoming series has a premier date of october fourteenth unquote which is not soon enough in my opinion We talked about the two thousand nineteen documentary on a previous episode. The three of us highly highly recommend it. It's a great look at the history of black but it also combines it with black history in general and how what was going on in the actual world shaped how black people were portrayed on screen in horror movies and how it changed throughout time it's fascinating it's a must watch for any horror fan really in all three of our opinions i would say Horror no are features new work from both established and emerging talents showcasing stories of black horror from black directors and screenwriters shudder general manager. Craig englander said quote when we saw the first cut of our horn are documentary. We realized there was a huge untapped. Reservoir of great black horror stories that needed to be told and extremely talented group of writers and directors ready to tell them while the documentary was a look back at the history of black horror. This anthology is a showcase for the future and will introduce audiences to fantastic news stories and characters on quote. I'm psyched. count me..
Whores Talk Horror
"teri garr" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Almost and it's yeah it's just it's just gross so it's interesting read check it out and we're hopefully you can Let's bring the mood up a little bit here. Okay so this is not a horror movie per se but it does have some horror elements and it's also a very dark comedy that i stumbled across a couple of weeks ago when spencer is out of town on a work trip and i was looking for something a little more lighthearted besides whore and ended up watching this because it was an eighties comedy that i had never seen but it was a lot darker than i thought would be. How many of you have seen or even heard of the nineteen eighty five. Martin scorsese film after hours. Mindy have you ever seen this movie. If i did. It was a long time ago. I have heard of it. But i don't have any recollection. Okay yeah. I remember seeing the cover of this movie like hundreds of times at the video store growing up. It has a picture of like a stop watch and it has griffin dunne's had at the top like kind of like Screwed like his neck is kind of like you know turn screwed position If you probably have all seen this cover if you were you know kids who used to go to. The video store Back in the eighties nineties. So yeah it's probably one of martin's curtseys least acknowledged and also probably one of his most underrated films because when you think of scorsese. Most people think like taxi driver or good fellas But as i said i randomly wash it. Thinking was an eighties comedy which it is but it was nothing like i thought it was going to be and i actually ended up buying it on prime because it was only like two dollars more to buy than to rent and spencer actually watched it like the very next day in Texas when he was on his work trip. But here's the plot from imdb. A meek word processor in new york impulsively travels downtown to soho for a date with an attractive but apparently disturbed young woman and finds himself trapped in a nightmarishly surreal vortex of improbable coincidences and farcical circumstances. And this was actually not the plot description that i read by the way when i decided to watch it i read one. That was like much more simple. Like basically like guy goes to soho and has a date with like disturbed woman you know and i thought it was going to be like crazy comedy. Three's company type things in sue. Yeah not so much But this is a much better description. So i went with this description but check out the insane cast of this film so griffin dunne. Plays the main character who meets the disturbed girl played by rosanna. Kep both of which were in a madonna movie not the same movie but both starred with madonna interesting. Yes teri garr plays a cocktail waitress. Who looks like a cocktail waitress..
SI Media Podcast
"teri garr" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"That's for sure last thing here. That has nothing to do with anything. But i had to ask you. Because i there's a podcast that's out currently about siskel and ebert new. I think you had the hosts on your podcast. Rigor podcast okay. It's okay because here's what happened. Roger tell me if you go through this because maybe it's just me because i'm not intelligent any level whatsoever. I am on the internet twitter. Whatever you wanna call it the phone all day long because of my job so i am bombarded every day with like all of these things this show streaming and read this article and this is coming out in this. Someone calls you an asshole. And i hit your call and your just your brain is going into my and i remember weeks ago. Seeing that there was a podcast about siskel and ebert. And i meant to either write down. Put it in my notes. Make sure and i forgot about it completely because like i said i'm not intelligent and then in researching for this podcast. I saw it on your page on the ringer and now have written down. And i will listen to it. And i'm looking forward to it. Because i was that's what i was. I was a big cisco nubrik. I i loved the show and they were phenomenal guests on the howard stern show over the they were regular there on all the time and it would be siskel gene making fun of roger for being fat roger making fun of gene for being ornery. They've had some legendary appearances on. You know they tried to get rodger. Go on the scale. I mean they've had some great Moments on the howard stern show so i always loved them and i love their show so when i there was a podcast about them i said i gotta make sure to listen. Then i completely forgot about it. So i thank you for reminding me ryan ravin sue for the ringer. It is it is okay other. I think we're the re four in right now. Okay great Yeah it's really good. I recently posted. I posted a in train of thoughts on twitter. By reason i was in a youtube hole one day and If you've never seen the cisco when ebert outtakes on youtube. I cannot recommend them enough. It really really good. I cannot recommend them enough so they were just great they were. That's at eero. Worry talk shows. Were still really big deal you know. In a way they are. Now yes just know. What was it letterman. It was tony randall. You know everybody had like teri garr right and said everybody had like four or five people that would just come on seemingly all the time and cisco neighbor were basically everybody's tear i have. Yeah i have an odd I love all that stuff. I that that's a a regular youtube for me is to go watch some old Talk show clips on people didn't have twitter accounts like it was kind of a big deal when they were on television. He's like oh these people talking now they just. Everybody just talks nasa special. Perhaps but and now you know when people go on talk shows it's to promote a movie and there's really not much of anything that comes out of it whereas back. Then you know you could have some joaquin phoenix on letterman. For example. You know it was one of those things where you just didn't know what the hell is going on so play a game with fellow. That's right exactly. i rest my case. We'll end up perfect thanks. Brian appreciate it anytime you. Thanks for having me. Well take.
The Projection Booth Podcast
"teri garr" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"His brother. Was john connolly the governor of texas. Who's with kennedy when he got assassinated and i member chatting with him about all of that during the shooting. Another small personal funny story was my mom decided to take a weekend and come down to visit us while we were shooting. Which was like okay. Fine kind of unusual. And my mom. And i never this connolly was was hitting on my mother while we were. We were working. Which i see. A hugh is this very charming texan. Sell ice to the eskimos and my mom's like this guy hitting on sporting on the list. Let's you know merrill. He was very very good actor. Who a lot of good good actors on the show. It's i still enjoy watching closely comes on. It's one of my one of my favorite movies. Shot on location in wyoming. Loveless that like all of the exterior wyoming devils tower. Work was when roy and jillian drive there and get caught and are taken to the to the secret military camp with all trucks with corporate names written all over them like wigley piggly and rockwell. I forget all the big corporate names role. I guess rockwell at the time and to disguise what they were all doing and the helicopters were flying all over and we get introduced to truffaut at that point or we come back and need him once. Again with bob. Melvin mccollum in his translator and then they come in an interview. Roy in the interview jillian had t shirts made some of truffaut's lines one of great great line. The truth bo had was. They belong hair more than we. Meaning people like roy and jillian who had been touched and who had these visions and were driven to go to this landing site. I remember truth. Coupons line is xabi long ammos then we was how he pronounced. And so we had these phonetically pronounced t shirts that we had written stopped. Francois had written and working with france. Y to be on a movie working with stephen and working with you know vilmos who whose work i knew and of course i knew stevens work and to new france. Want to work with him and get to talk to him. I mean what a treat. That was just remarkable and when i laughed he gave. He gave me two books. He gave me a copy of of jules and jim that he had signed at the time i was living with the woman. Whose name is janet healey. She became famous producer at elimination entertainment. And did all minion movies as a producer later in her career but he changed the title to from. Jill's jim to to uh janet and jim crow jad aging and then he also gave us a copy of the wild child that he signed for us and i and to this day i on the last day of shooting took his back of his directors share which i still have someone. So i've got a francois truffaut directors back. That's a little piece of memorabilia. I've always always cherished. Did i read that. You also worked on the set in india. I did work on the set after close encounters which was a grueling grueling shoot started meiomi wyoming was very difficult because we're on location where we began and i remember working sleeping four hours a night working sixteen hours a day very tough location beginning of the show. Then we went to alabama got alabama. We did a lot. We did mostly the exterior and interior nearly house with richard and teri garr and kids family and showing roy's character roy demise when he gets called and he's out by the train tracks and then everything starts going to walmart while on the train tracks close and the lights come up from behind and he looks and he waves come on out his window and the whites go up. They go up and down at some. Hmi lights a chapman crane to get those lights to pull up and then lift up and then go forward over the top of the truck it and then they mounted lights again on a crane up above the truck when he sticks his head out the window and the light pops on who gets that sunburn on one half of his face. special effects guys in the grips created. This great rain they duplicated the interior of roy's utility truck and put it on a gimbal that would turn around three hundred sixty degrees to show the anti gravity effect when the light was on all stop lifting off the dashboard. And you know flying around the cabin and then re settling down so we did a lot of that work in the entry into. Roy's you know downhill trip into becoming consumed and not knowing what he's doing the great dining room scenes where he's molding mashed potatoes to look like devils tower and that is destroying the garden and taking all of the garden stopped at outside inside and the kids. Think he's crazy. And terry's leaving and taking the kids away and and then also the work at julian's house will carry duffy when ill. The elliott steel steel. Carry little boy. What a beautiful seeing that. What is they pulled him out through the doggy door is one of the classic filmmaking pieces i think i just i just love that and you know they show up within the kitchen. Everything starts you know. Kitchen stuff is out of the kitchen. The oven turns on all these things in. The light shines through the doggy door. Little kerry who is three or four years old and the cutest kid the whole rural kind of crawls over to the door you know and all of a sudden he gets pulled outside and there's a tug of war between a mom and something you know what a great scene that was it was just just wonderful so did all that all of that work and then eventually all. That was happening. The box canyon set inside the hangar. On the old naval air station in mobile was being prepared and ready and finished and pre lit and then eventually we move onto the box canyon but to india. So sorry. I after close encounters took some time off. Chuck then went to work with hell. Ashby on coming home and quote me and said when it come to this. I said of course i was a huge fan of how he was a great human being as well as being a wonderful director and went to work on coming home and then it'll coming home. Chuck got a call from columbia and from stephen saying i'm going to india. You need to shoot the indian a unit and will you come with me and chuck several. I can't leave the jimbo. Common stevens said fine. And so we off. I went to india for a week which was a remarkable experience in nineteen february of nineteen. Seventy five. I got on at lane monday night or something. It was like a two day shoot in india was supposed to be kind of plane left l. a. at i from la to new york landed new york went home. That day slept at my parents. House went back to jfk. That night and flew to london. Got to london met up with stephen and julia phillips and spent a night there maybe next stay got on a plane and flew to with bombay. Which is what it was called at the with doug. Slocum who is the director of photography hit can one of david leans photographers and chick waterston. Who is his camera. Operator in robin bitching. Who is the assistant cameraman. And there was a sound man whose name i can't remember but these were the. This is the british eighteen production man. I mean slocum. Who had done all these great gave it lane movies. And what grade stories. And the the thing that i learned then learned more after working on the star. Wars movies is that you know unlike in the us when you go on location usually going somewhere around the state of california whatever but in britain when you go on location..
Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"teri garr" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"Bathrooms dead yeah. He's definitely been in Like new york journalism scenes for a long time. His sister-in-law is joan diddy in the novelist. And he even had a tv show for a while He had a A true crime show called donning sunpower privilege and justice okay where it was basically like the murder stories of of the elites and well-to-do socialites. Okay of new york or of connecticut just that that sort of like so there was. This was this like a higher end version of aj benzes true crime. Hollywood crime stories or kind of but it was more like the tri-state area elite. You know like that's socialite. Where can connecticut. New england new york that kind of thing which he was a partner from new york and being journalists in coming from a family of writers He's from connecticut. The families from connecticut His his older brother Was john done another writer That's he's the one that mary jo julian. Okay they he wrote for this. They wrote for the saturday evening. Post together i mean. They're very much like the upper echelon of like new york writers. I've stopped right. Like if there was a group of people in the literary circles that kind of thing in the nineteen fifties like jay mcinerney. Bruce ellison champion wits be dominic dunn in those in. Those people got it so he's also done production and things like that so yeah donald done Trying to think of. I don't know if you ever saw the movie addicted to love with meg. Ryan and Matthew broderick movie. I know of it. But i haven't seen it. But it is. It is directed by griffin dunne and. His father has cameo in as a as a restaurant critic. Okay so Do you wanna talk about where we know griffin dunne from well i know griffin dunne from a lot of things. Probably the best thing. He's in talk about what we know him from the best in that you and i know him from the most but probably the best thing dunne's ever been in is movie hall after hours. Okay which i want to say is directed by. Martin scorsese the feels right. Nineteen eighty-five directed by martin scorsese and it's written by. Joseph minion who also wrote a movie called motor rama which came out in like ninety one that has tons of candy in it including jack nance really. Yeah it's a twin peaks connection interesting. Yeah i actually didn't see this movie until last year. My friend is one of my. It's my friend matt. One of my friend matt's favorite movies and owned it to me. And i'm watching it and i'm like i freaking love this movie. And how did i jack mix movie one thousand nine so That's a. That's probably the best thing i can also be. It's a really good movie. It's about this guy who essentially works as a computer programmer. Data entry guy At night after after he goes to work he just. He goes out to a cafe and just meet all kinds of people. He's out all night long all kinds of crazy. Things happened to him in then eventually. He just shows back up in front of his office and goes back about his life again whole secret life outside the office. It's not even a secret life. It's just this night goes crazy okay. I mean there's tons of people in this like rosanna arquette teri garr. And if you're in tino john heard cheech cheech and chong like it's a. It's a fantastic movie. I highly highly recommend it. Also if you are a madonna fan and you probably aren't madonna fan if you if you're one of the eight people who has seen the movie who's that girl right griffin but griffin. John plays david in an american world within london. And that's where. I played that i played jack goodman. He does he plays jack. I'm so sorry. No i'm thinking he always is always saying wait a minute. I'm wrong i'm wrong. I'm losing my mind. Yes he is. Jack goodman from american. He's the one who does it killed at the beginning. And the one who's haunting david throughout arrested and he benefits from fantastic rick baker makeup throughout the movie. He just sort of rots in the last time you see him it's actually not griffin down. It's actually a puppet right because corpse has decayed so much. Yeah it's corpses writing the scene where they meet up in the porno theater. Yes i he's not iconic but it's actually not griffin dunne It's a puppet at that point. It's an animatronic. Love it also in that scene. The guy the guy that he kills in the subway the david kills in the subway Is is the same actor who plays did fortuna in return the jar. Interesting connection star wars interesting we also we also know him so get late. I'm gonna high. Yeah we also known for playing tommy kelly. Johnny dangerously gino you last even an adverb louis. I've tried going to batgirls but for a clean. Cut kid like me. There's just no dice late in nineteen thirty so there's also movie. Practical magic with senator bulletin. Dvd series alias which. I'm a huge fan of alias. It also amazing stories amazing stories. he's also in Amazon women on the moon which we talked to where he's He he loses. Peter horton in michelle pfeiffer baby after they have it he's there of tricia loses the baby He's in the movie. My girl he plays the english teacher. That vega has a crush on okay and when she takes his night school class for creative writing. It's meant for adults. That's a that's him but yet he's Yeah if you've if you've never seen After hours i highly highly recommended getting distracted. By your husband chris lurking in the background seen lurking. Okay or must be time to the caf dago so australia figure we doing khazal hunched over in the hallway. And he's trying to. He's trying to make sure cads who's also in the oscar winning dallas buyers club. He's one of the one of the is. he's one of the. He's the doctor in like mexico or south america or something like that i forget he's scrapped. Israel scrambling okay. There's that movie but it was a really really good wasn't method mia. Hey in that movie. That's injured both won oscars for that movie. That's where it is okay..
"teri garr" Discussed on Keep It!
"Adware bat an all-new episode of keep it civil. Turn and. I'm louis foretell the bravest thing i do every year is host this. Show the day after memorial. Day weekend. Where i am goblin. I'd and endorphin free and still putting on the happy face for the keep it tears. It's like planet terrorists. I don't know how i feel about that. It's about us. it's a six. I think we could move. But i have to do it not this week or this tuesday i think. Something the like the keep against The backyard again. I don't know anyway. I did not go away for memorial day this weekend. Because i need to rest. That's exactly what i didn't do and let me tell you something a week. I'm like this. You should be catching up on sleep particularly if you're like iced coffee monster like i am and i just have not learned how to get nine hours of sleep. I feel like i was in that movie. After hours with griffin running around the streets of new york avoided teri garr. And catherine o'hara and normally we would say aspen is joining us but she had an emergency this week at is not in this episode. We wish her well And i will eventually get to this ransom note. That is on my desk. That says we have ada as unless you know that. This show is like recorded on a strict schedule so we can't just like required later now. It's what you on now. We've got places to go things to do. Mostly lewis is to go to work. Yeah and then. I have to rewatch mayor vs town which we'll get into Yes yes we're we're going to talk about. we're going to talk about mayor which i finally joined. I finally joined the hype. Because i watched it all in one instagram stories. You clearly were enthralled as it appeared you were on maybe club drugs while you were watching. You were so enthralled.
"teri garr" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"A very soft bourbon. And and and i think it's about right for fifteen years old. You know these things aren't they don't loss for They've got a certain life point Or or a lifespan. And i think at this point in in this bourbons it's you know it's certainly if it were a person it would certainly be later and later in one's life way they've slowed down a little bit. Maybe a little bit more deliberate in the era in the stop but the one thing i love about. This is the cherry. It's got a lot of what of those red fruit notes. The some of our other governments have a lot of attack upfront. But this is very gentle. Upfront pell lovely. Finish but on that finish. I get a ton of cherry Because i've been sniffing in. What i'm snipping is is caramel and sweet. I sniff caramel and sweet with there is A nice color to this to almost a red got that amber amber. Yeah amber all right enough talking. Yeah let's let's dive. Okay seems you can feel the proof yet. You feel the proof. It's like because it smells a lot. Sweeter and a lot lighter you'll feel the proof. So we're we're susceptible of says. Hey charge teri garr. I'm thinking cherry blackberry. I'm trying to find that fruit as a fruit component to it pomegranate. Don't get a lot of those slushy apple so there is a red. You're a red cherry pomegranate. Yeah yeah and that warmth is just lingering for bid is out on the upfront. It's just it's sitting on the palace finishing as long it touches sweet on the tongue on the way in and then mid tongue and back it really warms up. Yeah i'm gonna exit close wall and it's it's hanging out right and that's the thing you don't you you never wanna sit back and go shoot whiskey. Never do them in any way shape or form. You want something that you can sip on absolutely for awhile. Maybe have a cigar with it as well but this is one of those bourbons in my in my mind that i would sit back and just enjoy watching television show or movie. Or what have you. And i wouldn't go through it very fast because it lingers right for so long you don't have to keep going back to it and you know bubbas cultural this country. This is you know they've they've said this about t but bergman is not necessarily a drink. It's an experience. It's a pastime when you sitting around having a good bourbon is ten. Tends to be pretty good in that moment. You know you'll you'll seek out great spaces you'll you'll seek out friends So it's more than just drank. It's it's what what goes around bourbon that makes it such a great experience Sometimes it's not as big in. It's not as intimate sometimes. There's no one around just you. Sometimes it's a crappy day sometimes. It's a great day. It's still feels like it's still feels like potted something you know. Yeah that's my feeling anyway. You know everyone's got a daily drinker right a lot of folks. That's what i have on the daily well good for you. Why don't you enjoy something that you can that you can sit back and relax with with. You're by yourself or with friends share. This is a very cheryl. This is something that you'd want to share with your body's with your friends for that matter Right hey i found something incredible. It's it's it's one hundred seven proof by enjoy it. You know absolutely could angry more great gift. You know a great gift idea always bourbons always a great gift idea. Don't get me wrong right and it can lost. I mean you know this. One can be bored at certain times of the hip and maybe just feel like this kind of flavor profile. I think that happens a lot on the bubble world. You know we've got maybe you don't have as many maybe got three or four where you just feel like. It's that kind of day for that kind of drink so again. I think this is a very soft bourbon I think it's i think this kind of a grand old lady feel to it to me. I mean i mean that in a very positive way that that If i had to think of a person at someone who's got a lot of grace and has maybe been a little bit more spirit at some point in time and the allies but but but they've they've come down a little bit but you can you can when you talk to them. You can still feel that kind of that zest for life. Hashing that that's in the So well back in my day so so that was the first bourbon you said after we tried that we should dive into the rise. A little i wanted to do the rise. The all i wanna do first because i think it's probably the most diligent we've got it and i think it's more probably would require a little bit more on getting the full experience. I wanted to go to the rise. Because i had a really good reason but i wanted to finish the finished with the bourbon But the rise of two different kinds of rise. The bus snapper is I think one of the. I love it. Might be my favorite name of the whole deal and you know on the back of bone snappers. We kinda made this up. But it's a surprise. I love this little bottle. It's board shoulder its but but it's You know the that font that ri- i tell you that came in two thousand eleven. That font has been used by other companies And that's fine. I think that's fine but But distressed. It's got a little distressed feel to it and Yeah so is this one we go i. there's go snapper and then the bone snapper x-ray extra an x ray is a reserve expunge. Snape original is. It's a lower price point. It's still high proof. One hundred eight proof. Right right And the typical ages around thirty months for that. We might do a little bit younger. We might have this guy says thirty one thirty one okay and and it's a really critical Age of the barrels. Because once you get to about three years old these barrel start to change and they become a different personality and really the to bras represents the two places that these barrels get to and go through So with with snap original It's certainly got a lot of and spice in zest. You can kind of feel like there's some tension going on with this this there's different parts of the flavors that are trying to come together and dominate There's a little bit of like teenagers coming together. Exactly exactly this did. They don't know exactly what they want to be it but man. They've got a lot. They've got a lot to say whether it makes sense or not so Kind of a habitual snus to this There's a little bit of a of a spin it or they can be at times I don't always get that but It's kind of a zingy to what you'll find with the other one it. It's not quite as sweet as the x ray and i want to say carefully because this is a nice sweetness question about it but because of all that's going on some of that sweetness is most up a little bit whereas with the x ray. It's just kind of out there in the upper. It's a much richer. Fuller whiskey mash bill on this ninety five. Ri- wow sent multi bali. Okay that is right right right david. All.
40 Going On 14
"teri garr" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"Hey and then you could have a teri garr action figure and she'd freaked the fuck out and bail on you immediately like don't never come back go. Well let's let's get to that. Let's go through the film because Yeah i i don't know about you guys. Did you guys see it hatsaw. When he was five. What about the rest of us. I did not see it at the theater. I saw it on laser disc when we rented the laser disc and laserdisc player from the place down the street back in eighty four eighty five. I remember we own this on betamax. I didn't watch it at home. But i take you're laughing. You're laughing at watching something on. Laserdisc owned a betamax wedge. Funny okay let's let's for those of you out there who have not seen this movie. Ears encounter with ufo's align worker feels undeniably drawn to an isolated area in the wilderness. Were something spectacular is about to happen. Yes that is the very very thin down plot. I saw this when i was pretty young and watching it again. I realized that the last time. I saw it. I didn't fully comprehend the movie like i didn't actually get it and i certainly didn't remember enough of it. I i was glad we had the opportunity to watch it again same here oh i love watching. This made the kids sit down and watch it and actually one of those moments where they stuck around instead of only dead. He's watching his movies again. You this is boring. I wanna go. Richard dreyfuss roy neary also true. Pham who is actually a french director in this teri. Garr is ronnie neary today. Patrick packers and balabagn everybody in his ballad about lance henriksen. Well he was a small part. Bob bob alabama was a main character. Don't you guys all know him. He's a bob elliott picture. Oh yeah seinfeld. And don't forget. The melinda dillon who was a single mom of is the little kid berry also the mom from christmas story. So i didn't tell you what i saw this. We were all given a roll-call you back. What did you see at your private theater at home. No i watched this. Thanks to the link sent me on my laptop and that was the very first time i've ever seen it. Oh really wait. What really as much of a film. Buff as am and have gone to film school and claim to be quite the film aficionado. I've never seen this until two days ago. We watched it then. I can now check it off my list well nice. I can't believe that you have not. You had not seen the only thing i've ever seen from this movie. Is that firm proud law where the windows blow out. That's the only part i've ever seen there. So i'm curious for a guy who has a bunch of movies with with the way effects have gone over the years gotten better and better and better. What was your take on the movie. As far as the effects go well as far as affects in just everything. I mean what were you will. What is your take on the first time of seeing this when it started out. And here's the funny thing is is our our mutual friend matt massey Told the story about how his parents took him to the drive in theater and he has a. He has an irrational loathing of this movie because they took him there because it was a double feature with star wars. They fell asleep during this movie. So i never saw star wars. Jeez so he hates this movie with a passion. So when i came into it. I'm like okay. Well i guess. That's what i look forward to you..
Trailer Junkies Podcast
"teri garr" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"It stops him cold and he looks at me. Says what is that. So i go to youtube a sewell. Let me show. Yeah so. I put on because of youtube. Is everything right right right. So i put on a tape is put the camelback and sure enough. There's young frankenstein and it's it's it's gene wilder and teri garr yea stat seed where the bookcase and put the candle back and everything. And they were laughing hysterical and then. The scene ended. So timmy said well. What's down the staircase. And i said. Would you wanna watch the movie and find out he said. Yeah wow that's awesome. So so he put it on. I make popcorn. The lights are off. And it's like the scary kind of movie and timmy. Timmy was lepre hints of. And mikey said is this scary. I said well. Let's watch and find out right. Oh my god they're laughing. I mean they're in hysterics. Miss some of the adult humor. Yeah well they're even sit. We're eating breakfast the next morning and they're like saying that right and i'm laughing they're like i didn't even know they're laughing. I'm laughing but i don't know why it's funny. I'm like you'll find out sooner or later. You later in life. Great and the like well. That i'm like you're not old enough and they're like why can't i know i said because you're not old enough. That's hey that's what they loved it. I mean they absolutely loved young frankenstein. Man's the black and white didn't bother them not at all zero. The minute black away came on. They were like ooh old movie. They were into like. I think i think the black and white was more of a draw than if it were color really because it totally pull them in to say. This is old oldest scary. Gary is interesting. And i'm mom and dad will popcorn. I feel safe okay. Cool you know..
Feast of Fun
"teri garr" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"To work and you can you do your role you know and it in you. Count your blessings that it's dancing in a in doing what you love versus. I dunno whatever your job is that you would never want to do you know and i think you just have to kind of level one of yourself and i am not saying that you're fading to the background. You're still doing what you love even if you're not in the spotlight because you move in and out of the spotlight when you're when you're doing projects i mean i guess people you know not a lot of people. Some people become super famous and they go from roll to roll to role but But a lot of theater folks you know successful theatre folks that you never know about. You've never heard of them have made long lasting careers by moving between orkney on samba. Supporting roles lead roles understudying. And you do that for your whole life. The iris lieberman is an actor in town whose inner six states and she someone. I've always looked up to and she is a chicago actor through in through. She's done national tours and stuff but she has worked non-stop forever and it's because she takes the work and does the work in. There is an ego about it and she goes to auditions. She's not sitting at home waiting for a call. She does the work and she loves it. And and that's what you have to do. Who was it. That said the job of an actors to audition teri garr teri garr. She had a biogra- she put out. Her biography called business wheelchair. Make me look fat. she talks about. It's called speed bumps speed by then. She was going to college as wheelchair. Make me look fat. But she got a lot of negative feedback from the forster. But they in you know. She talks about her Really unusual career in hollywood. And she's been everything kademi award winning actor and at the same time you know she says eventually you know all these names will be forgotten you think about like actors or performers one hundred years ago. We don't know any of their names. Now every few and part of it is even like you know with film or television. I kinda describe it as a form of like artificial intelligence like the people. Who did the three stooges live in those movies. But they never made you know the the howard brothers never made any money off of it and they lived in relative Modest lives where they struggling with. Like yeltsin's island didn't get really any residuals from those those those tv series right. Yeah and so they kinda they. They describe it as kind of also resent fullness when knowing that their their identities and their lives continue on indefinitely after long. Gone who i think is particularly hard for people in that situation where it's like your whole career in your fame is based on a roll in if you got screwed over contractually and you're not reaping the benefits of that for a long time. That is really tough. That's really tough. And then there's now the other flip side of that. Is you know people who get a lot of attention. A lot of money. And they're overwhelmed by the process and you know they. They don't know how to manage it. And and you hear like you know. Even even the british monarchy are just like. We're moving to canada. That the harry and meghan markle. Well they live in What do you call it in california. Yeah yeah in. The middle of a pandemic wasn't the best move for them. But you know will just kind of goes back to that. The the hustle is exhausting. You know and whether whether you're monarchs and that hustle is exhausting Theater actor the hustle is exhausting. And that's why people quit because you know it goes back to this idea that everyone. What the american dream is. You know housewife picket fence and a steady nine to five job and like the in the idea of always looking for a job for the rest of your life is really exhausting because even people who are really great at their jobs that are not in the arts they have the job and like they can have an off day but they're still going end clocking in there collecting their salary. And sometimes you can afford to go through the motions and because that security is there and you never get to fully relax when you're when you're an artist because it is it is i hate to use the word hustle. 'cause i feel like that is loaded with anxiety because i don't i don't feel about it. I don't feel that way. I feel pretty at ease and calm and what happens is meant to have been. I think a lot of people find that piece but there is always a little bit of underlying no job security built in there and the pressure to keep finding jobs and that's why a lot of people quit because it's exhausting. Yeah was betty. Davis says you have to like the work you have to like the work enough and so how do you recharge your batteries. Like what do you do outside of. I mean right. Now you've sort of been this past year Meditating good sacks hopefully and Working out and eating good food and watch tv shows and movies and trying to escape yourself financially above water. What what do you normally do to recharge your Your batteries so you don't quit. Well i mean. I on a yoga percent. I really love yoga and i- i recharge that way but honestly you know. I can't remember if anyone of note said this but a lot of artists recommend that artists have an art. That isn't their job. that is their outlet. You know and for me. Even though i saying for living off that's part of what i do professionally for sure I love to sing. And even even if i'm just tinkering around on the piano and making up songs that will go nowhere and just singing for my own heart. That is a huge recharge for. May i sing. I sing all the time but yes i love to cook so to your point Good food good sex. Good you know keeping your body in You know movable is is all important stuff but it's pretty basic for me yoga cooking singing wine. That's nice to kinda. Why did you have It depends. I've i've become a red wine person. I never was because you know stains your teeth. It does it does. And i'm also i also am very weird about things. Turn my mouth of color. Like i don't eat oreos because they make your teeth black and i made homemade orioles. They were so good that there are so delicious. that's. I.
Feast of Fun
"teri garr" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Learn that it is a job. Sometimes you know and it's like you go to work and you can you do your role you know and it in you. Count your blessings that it's dancing in a in doing what you love versus. I dunno whatever your job is that you would never want to do you know and i think you just have to kind of level one of yourself and i am not saying that you're fading to the background. You're still doing what you love even if you're not in the spotlight because you move in and out of the spotlight when you're when you're doing projects i mean i guess people you know not a lot of people. Some people become super famous and they go from roll to roll to roll but But a lot of theater folks you know successful theatre folks that you never know about. You've never heard of them have made long lasting careers by moving between working a on samba supporting roles lead roles understudying. And you do that for your whole life. The iris lieberman is an actor in town whose inner six states and she someone. I've always looked up to and she is a chicago actor through in through. She's done national tours and stuff but she has worked non-stop forever and it's because she takes the work and does the work in. There is an ego about it and she goes to auditions. She's not sitting at home waiting for a call. She does the work and she loves it. And and that's what you have to do who it. that said. The job of an actors to audition teri garr teri garr. She had a biogra- she put out. Her biography called business wheelchair. Make me look fat. she talks about. It's called speed bumps speed by then. She was going to college as wheelchair. Make me look fat. But she got a lot of negative feedback from the foster but they in you know. She talks about her really unusual career in hollywood. And she's been everything kademi award winning actor and at the same time you know she says eventually you know all these names will be forgotten you think about like actors or performers years ago. We don't know any of their names. Now every few and part of it is even like you know with film or television. I kinda describe it as a form of like artificial intelligence like the people. Who did the three stooges live in those movies. But they never made you know the the howard brothers never made any money off of it and they lived in relative Modest lives where they struggling with. Like yeltsin's island didn't get really any residuals from those those tv series right. Yeah and so they kinda they. They describe it as kind of also resent fullness when knowing that their their identities and their lives continue on indefinitely after long. Gone who i think is particularly hard for people in that situation where it's like your whole career in your fame is based on a roll in if you got screwed over contractually and you're not reaping the benefits of that for a long time. That is really tough. That's really tough. And then there's now the other flip side of that. Is you know people who get a lot of attention. A lot of money. And they're overwhelmed by the process and you know they. They don't know how to manage it. And and you hear like you know. Even even the british monarchy are just like. We're moving to canada. That the harry and meghan markle. Well they live in What do you call it in california. Yeah yeah in. The middle of a pandemic wasn't the best move for them. But you know will just kind of goes back to that. The the hustle is exhausting. You know and whether whether you're monarchs and that hustle is exhausting or you're a regional theatre actor. The hustle is exhausting. And that's why people quit because you know it goes back to this idea that everyone. What the american dream is. You know housewife picket fence and a steady job. And like the in the idea of always looking for a job for the rest of your life is really exhausting because even people who are really great at their jobs that are not in the arts. They have the job and like they can have an off day but they're still going end clocking in there collecting their salary. And sometimes you can afford to go through the motions and because that security is there and you never get to fully relax when you're when you're an artist because it is it is i hate to use the word hustle. 'cause i feel like that is loaded with anxiety because i don't i don't feel about it. I don't feel that way. I feel pretty at ease and calm and what happens is meant to have been. I think a lot of people find that piece but there is always a little bit of underlying no job security built in there and the pressure to keep finding jobs and that's why a lot of people quit because it's exhausting. Yeah was betty. Davis says you have to like the work you have to like the work enough and so how do you recharge your batteries. Like what do you do outside of. I mean right. Now you've sort of been this past year Meditating good sacks hopefully and Working out and eating good food and watch tv shows and movies and trying to escape yourself financially above water. What what do you normally do to recharge your Your batteries so you don't quit. Well i mean. I on a yoga percent. I really love yoga and i- i recharge that way but honestly you know. I can't remember if anyone of note said this but a lot of artists recommend that artists have an art. That isn't their job. that is their outlet. You know and for me. Even though i saying for living off that's part of what i do professionally for sure I love to sing. And even even if i'm just tinkering around on the piano and making up songs that will go nowhere and just singing for my own heart. That is a huge recharge for. May i sing. I sing all the time but yes i love to cook so to your point Good food good sex. Good you know keeping your body in You know movable is is all important stuff but it's pretty basic for me yoga cooking singing wine. That's nice to kinda. Why did you have It depends. I've i've become a red wine person. I never was because you know stains your teeth. It does it does. And i'm also i also am very weird about things. Turn my mouth of color. Like i don't eat oreos because they make your teeth black and i made homemade orioles. They were so good. That are so delicious. That's i.
Colleen and Bradley
Teri Garr’s rep says she’s ‘fine’ amid hospitalization: ‘Caused by dehydration’
"Broke this morning is that actress teri Garr was hospitalized for an undisclosed reason but she was hospitalized for dehydration and she's doing just fine no teri Garr has always been open about her health problems and revealed that she was battling MS back in two thousand two he's expected to be home sometime today teri Garr the stars such movies as young Frankenstein and
Jason and Alexis
'Tootsie' star Teri Garr hospitalized after medical emergency
"Actress teri Garr is doing fine after brief hospitalization due to dehydration teri Garr is best known for her roles in young Frankenstein Tootsie and close encounters of the third kind was rushed to the hospital yesterday for what TMZ reported was a medical emergency however the seventy five year old actress's rep said the issue was a minor teri Garr you may remember was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis twenty years ago she was hospitalized back in two thousand six as well after she suffered a brain aneurysm she was in a coma for
Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder
Remembering Margot Kidder: Lois Lane and 9 more memorable roles she played
"Seventy six years old see that's not old enough i'm sorry just as a reference what is all i'm trading up eighty eight is eighty ninety i'd go ninety he gotta live your life don't you though as lived his life yeah not old enough i guess i say that now that i'm inching closer to that's going to happen the older you get the more you push that number over it's inevitable margot kidder is not getting a lot of press she passed away you know she is i'm impressed by the look i found some article where all the stars all they say the stars and then when you read it you'll recognize the first three names and then after that you go i don't know who that guy is but everybody was commenting on how much she meant to them her acting abilities maureen mccormick wrote something very very nice about the time that she met margot kidder and how it changed your life and everything yeah very very sad i just haven't heard it all over the news like i thought i would didn't she do a run with letterman to for a while was margot kidder i don't remember that steve it's possible but i don't remember that that she was re i remember there was some association there she may have guessed it a couple times but i don't think with any regularity teri garr bright schrage that right only sixty nine two right right that's certainly not old enough our somebody and i can't remember which of the news sources listed the five essential margot kidder roles other than lois lane because i think anybody who knows her or ever seen her in anything would agree that lois lane was like the top of the hill for so they mentioned the movie that i mentioned yesterday which is a really obscure movie called sisters that brian depalma did before he was famous real eerie movie about twin sisters and the treatment that they're seeking because one of them is psychotic and you don't know which one is psychotic you don't know who the villain is and who the evil twin is i wrote it down i was actually a good for a hard movie to find really obscure she also did a movie i forgot about called black christmas which is a horror movie and one of the co stars andrea martin from setv in a serious role.