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Legendary Comedian Jackie Mason Dies at Age 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Legendary Comedian Jackie Mason Dies at Age 93

"Comedian Jackie Mason has died in New York City Hospital at the age of 93. He won two Emmy Awards, also a special Tony Award during his career. Here's one of those Emmy winning performances. Courtesy of Fox in The Simpsons. He was Rabbi Hyman Christoph Ski on The Simpsons. As the Taurus says, judgment belongs to God, It's our Astor says You can't eat ham and I'm the spokesman for him. Call him. This is why I only called you on Christmas and needs them. Wait, wait, wait, Please, Dan, Do you even think I'm funny? I'm not gonna lady so funnier before by Rudenstine. He puts the housing and credit and the liberty in the villages. Mason also had critically acclaimed roles in movies like The Jerk starring Steve

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"the jerk starring steve" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"the jerk starring steve" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

"You're listening to meet the author. The podcast interview writers of Mysteries Thrillers and Suspense Books. I'm your host Alan Peterson, and this is episode number one hundred and five in this episode of the podcast will be meeting Michael Elias who has an award-winning writer, actor and director who has written for Film Television, the theatre and fiction books his upcoming novel. You can go home. Now is a timely in addictive psychological thriller, featuring a cop on the hunt for a killer, battling her own violent secrets, the published June. June twenty third, and it's available now. Everywhere Michael Advice has had a storied career writing for film and Television screenplays include the Steve Martin. Classic film, the Jerk, which was his first starring film and one of my favorite movies of all times, he's also Britain television and he wrote and Directed Lush Life a movie starring Jeff, Goldblum forest but Kathy Baker. We talk about his amazing background writing process about writing thrillers a lot more so stay tuned for my interview. Coming up I mentioned that Michael Elias Cobra. Jerk, starring Steve Martin and directed by the comic comedy. Legend Carl Reiner, who died last month at the age of ninety eight Steve. Martin is one of the eighty plus instructors are find over at three dot com for slash masterclass. I wash is magic classes and I loved it. How the recommend you check it out, and that is my affiliate link in so if you sign up using it, you'll help support this podcast, so go check out masterclass through the weeds dot com for slash masterclass. Here's my interview with Michael. Elias. Hey everybody. This is Alan Peterson with meet the filler author and today I am talking with the. Elliott Huron Zoom. How're you doing this morning? I'm fine. Thank you very much nice to meet you. Yes, nice to meet. You just talk a little bit to a flight of Euro. One of my favorite comedy films of all time a St. Martin's the jerk. I was doing my my research preparing for this interview in a just a Amaz how you've written just about every medium. There is out there, that's. So amazing, how is it writing a novel? After writing for movies and TV and he was I don't WanNa. Use The word fun. It was challenging and A. Liberating at the same time, because as you know when you write movies, you're. It's a collaborative effort. I certainly enjoyed my collaboration with Steve Martin. That's for sure but television and movies your. People involved in your? In your writing, especially after you finish it, directors, stars studio executives that worked executives and I guess writing novel was just. I was all alone and didn't have to argue with anybody except myself. And I enjoyed that gave me a lot of freedom, and of course after finish I worked with editors, and they're very helpful, but still it was it was. It was mine and I think so I i. stand in fall on. When he write a movie, he can say well and reviews. You can always blame it on somebody, the director of the stars or work. Television you can say bad time slot I duNno, but. You're making it alone. Those riders saying Oh. That's that was stupid I turned and. Which parts. Of the television did you write I would say which parts did you like? Tells a little bit about this. Novel. Let's say it's You can go home now. In the thriller, Genre and it's about a woman who is of seeking revenge for the assassination father, the murderer of her father, and she which occurred when she was sixteen, she becomes. A COP. To better find him this murder and kill him. She's obsessed with revenge which is part of the novel, and then while she's doing this as she's a competent Long Island city Queens New York. She's giving coaches murders to solve an investigate, and she notices that for the victims, wives all have the same alibi. When their husbands murdered, they were in a battered women shelter at the time, and is there a connection between this women's shelter and the deaths of these abusive men who may be waiting outside to kill wives when they come out, and she goes into the shelter, and these two stories artfully I hope come together, yes. Yeah, I did. I had a lot of fun fun reading that in your dial. Most years experiences writing screenplays at plays was it was a lot of fun to read in a very very intense. A. Big Difference like hopping from other John Ras to doing these. Psychological thriller reality enjoyed the Genre. Redrawn I mean. Love reading thrillers and procedural. Of A lot of it's a lot. Yeah, it's a lot of fun. It's challenging and I probably carry over my. Experience and training as a screenwriter into the novel. Some people say well, it's very. It's very cinematic I'd take it as a compliment and I like to. The story moving and not not always time and keep the reader interested in ages have too many. Yes. I Love I love it so very fast pace reading of chapters. Read up my alley. Blurb I love Steve Martin's blurb for your book one of her phasing here the Mix. It makes me wonder about his. How about his personal life? That's. Martin. Yes the. You can't do when he's just GonNa turn Jokin he he. He wrote me a couple of days ago. He's very. Good career move switching to writing good book. He's Craig what led you to sit down in the story like something that was always in the back of your mind to enter right about this. Yes, I think it came out of the thinking about and discussing friend clancy Siegel. About why we're so fascinated why we why we? Liked revenge stories, and why we like our heroes who extract revenge Clint Liam Niessen Denzel the Rock. We love those movies and those characters. WHO. They don't arrest the villain at the end. They off a cliff out of a building or something they don't they, don't you? Don't action big action movies don't end with trial so. That's part of our. DNA yet at the same time. We're told I'm I think rightly that revenge is a is not a virtue. It's something it's. It's either criminal or It's not as belonging are law abiding society, so there's a contradiction and I wanted to explore a character who is bent on revenge, and then has asked the question you know so that's that's. That's part of it i. mean that Wednesay that was the impetus? Then then I, I, sometimes titles. They come to me and dreams and must have dreamed this one. You can go home now.

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"the jerk starring steve" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"the jerk starring steve" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Times legendary comedian actor director and screenwriter Carl Reiner nine time Emmy Award winner in a career spanning seven decades celebrated his ninety eighth birthday just a few weeks ago naturally we know him for creating the Dick Van **** show but before that Carl was appearing on Broadway in several musicals before being cast on sid Caesar's variety series your show of shows which celebrate seventy years I it was a showcase for up and coming writers including his best friend Mel Brooks films in his early career directing including god with George burns the jerk starring Steve Martin he won one of his nine Emmy awards for guest role on mad about you he appeared as a guest star on sitcoms two and a half men hot in Cleveland on the big screen he appeared in the remake of ocean's eleven and its sequel ocean's thirteen Carl was honored with the Mark Twain prize for American humor the author of multiple books and the great Carl Reiner's joining us tonight Carl the older you get the credits just never end well I love those groups people I wrote a book a two hundred seventy one page book called the Hubble live forever and I co wrote it with a a your pockets volume on it and his name was S. U. M. W. O. N. H. O. O. HRO today's manual how to live forever by Carl Reiner and someone who has that's okay all right I realize that is so on seventy one pages is that is the first line of the of the book says when you wake up in the morning it's good to have a project to work on yeah wake up with it the project tomorrow work on that project they improve it or your roof blowing over Pruitt's improvements could start a new project I say that with two hundred and seventy one cents yeah no I know you you and Dick Van **** on the same wavelength I mean he's all about keep moving in that and that's what it's all about does that said if you wake up your I always said of phone wake up in the morning I read the newspaper no I'm not bill Frist hello Margaret of course of course I saw you and best friend Mel Brooks on CBS Sunday morning last week you know you both served in World War two and thank you for your service by the way and your mantra was it a we did it before and we can do it again we are we are going to get through this I hope so as I whoever's green though the thing called colonel virus I mean right coronaviruses issues with things that are happening today are like dreams yeah I did you know that the streets are empty I want to today I drove the two bedroom residences I couldn't believe the streets yeah nobody even driving down here you know for for doing the show on on a on a typical Friday night I mean there's nobody on the roads nobody walking around and that's a good thing I mean that does mean on some level people are listening right yes ma'am you will usually get together for dinner and watch jeopardy and wheel of fortune based out of the house so does he have yeah he has six cars to pick him up and take them and the only other screens all right so you're keeping that up at least I think that's a that's good I think part of getting through this is keeping your spirits up keeping informed but not one but not watching this every single minute and the coverage twenty four seven it's too much to get a laugh a little bit right yeah says are you are you search the paper everyday for something that's going to take only and there is always something on television like I say when I thought about providing some comic relief to our audience and ensuring some legendary stories you are truly the first guy that came to mind so so help thank you for hanging out with us I appreciate it oh my pleasure that's right Alan if you're going to have lunch and get that meeting you better get going shop now do you have anything to say Allen shot up Dave yes Alan okay we're talking to the great Carl Reiner and there's more we.

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"the jerk starring steve" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"the jerk starring steve" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Legendary comedian actor director and screenwriter Carl Reiner nine time Emmy Award winner in a career spanning seven decades celebrated his ninety eighth birthday just a few weeks ago naturally we know him for creating the Dick Van **** show but before that Carl was appearing on Broadway in several musicals before being cast on sid Caesar's variety series your show of shows which celebrate seventy years I it was a showcase for up and coming writers including his best friend Mel Brooks films in his early career directing including god with George burns the jerk starring Steve Martin he won one of his nine Emmy awards for guest role on mad about you he appeared as a guest star on sitcoms two and a half men hot in Cleveland on the big screen he appeared in the remake of ocean's eleven and its sequel ocean's thirteen Carl was honored with the Mark Twain prize for American humor the author of multiple books and the great Carl Reiner's joining us tonight Carl the older you get the credits just never end well I love those gross people I wrote a book a two hundred seventy one page book called the Hubble live forever and I co wrote it with a a your focus on the amount and his name was S. U. M. W. O. N. H. O. O. HRO today's manual how to live forever by Carl Reiner and someone who has that's okay all right I realize that is so one seventy one pages is that is the first line of the of the of books says when you wake up in the morning it's good to have a project to work on yeah wake up with this the project tomorrow work on that project all day improvements were your group going over Pruitt's improvements start a new project I say that with two hundred and seventy one cents yeah no I know you you and Dick Van **** on the same wavelength I mean he's all about keep moving in that and that's what it's all about does that said if you wake up your I always said of phone wake up in the morning I read the newspaper no I'm not bill Frist hello Margaret of course of course I saw you and best friend Mel Brooks on CBS Sunday morning last week you know you both served in World War two and thank you for your service by the way and your mantra was it a we did it before and we can do it again we are we are going to get through this I hope so at the high school who ever dreamed of a thing called colonel virus I mean right coronaviruses issues with things that are happening today are like dreams yeah it does all the other streets are empty I want to today I drove the two bedroom residences I couldn't believe the streets yeah nobody even driving down here you know for for doing the show on on a on a typical Friday night I mean there's nobody on the roads nobody walking around and that's a good thing I mean it does mean on some level people are listening right yes ma'am you would mail usually get together for dinner and watch jeopardy and wheel of fortune bay close to the house so does he have yeah he has six cars to pick him up and take them and the only other screens all right so you're keeping that up at least I think that's a that's good I think part of getting through this is keeping your spirits up keeping informed but not one but not watching this every single minute and the coverage twenty four seven it's too much to get a laugh a little bit right yeah says that are you are you search the paper everyday for something that's going to certainly and there is always something on television like I say when I thought about providing some comic relief to our audience and ensuring some legendary stars you are truly the first guy that came to mind so so help thank you for hanging out with us I appreciate it oh my pleasure that's right Alan if you're going to have lunch and get that meeting you better get going shop now do you have anything to say Allen shot up Dave yes hello okay we're talking to the great Carl Reiner and there's more we could back at seven twenty WGN at sprint our.

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"the jerk starring steve" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"the jerk starring steve" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I'm sorry to hear that because you are in and out of bed until two thirty for you but I've been trying to keep under the building one night the night before that we went to the last night we played cribbage I'm doing my best to help thank you but if you want to help me some more when mommy goes upstairs to tell Arthur that his breakfast is ready you stay down here like a good boy and poison his car there's a classic scene from you see ninety seven you are old he's pretty big hot streak in the seventies and eighties not only was he in the sitcom mod but he appeared in the film the jerk starring Steve Martin the film my favorite year he was also later in the movie analyze this remember the nineties comedy Robert deniro Billy crystal also he was in the movie the holiday if you remember that room yes and he also was always kind of like a genial dad yeah yeah he was one of those that guys he was also in Seinfeld seen elsewhere the facts of life and why he was in a lot so a long life there for actor bill Macy passed away at the age of ninety seven Kanye west has his a request by the United States patent and trademark office to patent the term Sunday service rejected because it's already owned the Connie western allied for exclusive ownership of the term Sunday service I think he tried to patent Jesus probably don't trade market yeah I remember I mean so we sell stuff yeah well apparently someone has already registered the name thus it would cause confusion in the market place and Kanye west filed is all the way back in July he filed legal documents for exclusive.