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"veronica lake" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

04:23 min | 4 months ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on Filmspotting

"And i see sam slipped into the script. Here's into realizing unfairly maligned. Val kilmer no. i think i'm quite fairly ethic. Adam did as well in his performance but needless to say were both in one thousand nine hundred dollars. Batman forever written by lee bachelor janet scott bachelor and akiva goldsman directed by joel schumacher. Along with that massacre. We had a fifteenth anniversary review of casino royale. We also talked about the first movie in our jane. Campion series nineteen eighty nine sweetie. So why did we massacre that scene from batman forever. Other than you know a new actor taking over for an iconic character slash franchise like kilmer and greg. Here's erin in glendale california. It's batman forever. I watched this a million times as a kid. What the heck where my parents thinking. The scene has dr chase. Meridian played by sultry siren. Nicole kidman trying to seduce the stoic sentinel. Batman bell kilmer. What the heck is eat. Thinking kidman looks absolutely gorgeous with veronica. Lake hair and flowing negligee am batman. Just won't give her. The time of day this movie is gonzo the spotlight's the circus the soaring score by elliot goldenthal. I love everything about it. And i don't care who knows it while the whole world knows it now erin so all right. Here's max johnson from alexandria. Virginia who buckle and he. He put more work into this than we did into our performances. adam. I'm in no way ashamed to admit that i recognize this. Upsettingly horny banter from the opening. Line a film that eleven year old. He may have briefly considered his favorite of all time. Joel schumacher's garishly be nipple nine thousand. Nine hundred dark knight opus batman forever. It may have faded from my letterbox top. Four by nine hundred ninety six but should at least be remembered for asking academy award winner. Tommy lee jones to deliver the line. There's nothing like a bad case of gas while firing grenade-launcher as far as connections go i'll point to your recent james bond reviews. Both the bond and batman series had creatively petered out by the end of the twenty th century and both were poised to return in a big way with batman begins and casino royale created a template for the now cliche gritty reboot in two thousand and five. It was daring for a major franchise to throw away. It's firmly established past and start fresh but they both did and we're better for it sixteen years and three four spiderman later and it's hollywood's go solution whenever they unsure what to do next but can't not make a new hell boy movie thematic and plot oriented parallels bound for the next few films. Just watch the dark knight and sky fall back if you want to see what i mean and have five hours to kill. But if there's one thing that bruce wayne 007 will always agree on it's the car right. Chicks love the car. Well done mac there in film spotting east alexandria virginia irregular and very good trivia spotting player. Here's tom morris. Also putting in some work josh from the good the bad and the nerdy movie. Podcast i tie in has to be the rubber pattinson who adam wants to be. The next bond is playing batman in next year's the batman. Both this movie and that one will feature the ridler is the villain. Pattinson was in. Remember me and pierce brosnan played his father so again. Lots of bond talk their nicole kidman in portrait of a lady from jane campion ninety six. Val kilmer recently had his fantastic documentary released about his life including footage from this movie. Kilmore also debuted and top secret as a spy. Comedy parody of bond can't be an also directed. Here's just a relevant timely note. I suppose happen a month or so ago right and also directed. Holy smoke starring. kate winslet. Who just won an emmy for mayor of eastbound. Finally tom says christian. Bale who later plays batman in nolan series also appeared in portrait of a lady and last on an episode of friends ross and chandler argue about whose tuxedo cooler one worn by brosnan or one worn by kilmer. Chandler wants the kilmer tuxedo but rejects it. When he learns that. It wasn't worn in batman forever. Kilmer wore to the at first sight premier. Now what i want to know is. Did tom have that friends knowledge at his fingertips or did he have to do some googling for that. I'm gonna say absolutely at his fingertips. I'm giving him the credit or discredit for that. Josh world now knows yep region to the film spotting hat and pick out this week's winner. Our winner is josh compton from windsor vermont. Congratulations josh email. Feedback at film. Spotting dot net and we will set you up with your very own film.

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"veronica lake" Discussed on The Allusionist

The Allusionist

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on The Allusionist

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"veronica lake" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

07:57 min | 6 months ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Working together it is pure joy and juneau. Juneau the work of preston. Sturges the unconfirmed show you and he was a writer director for those who don't know who operated in the forties and fifties and wrote some extraordinary masterpieces of a film which he directed as well with furious pace. And one of them is called sullivan's travels and you may know something about it because it was a huge influence on the cohen brothers. It's about a film director who's like preston sturges director of comedies. It's during the depression. And he's determined that his next movie want to be a comedy because there are people out there suffering and you know the bums on the trains are out of work. He's gonna make a movie that is for them and he's got the movie in his head. It's going to be called a brother. were up though. Which if you remember cameras as half. But that's the film he's gonna make and his girlfriend is veronica lake and he's got these these butlers and that's wonderful beverly hills lifestyle. He decides to become a bum. He throws wail is good closing puts on Trump's close gets in a box car on the train and goes through a series of seconds is beyond his control. He gets accused of and don't believe he's a film director and he goes to a prisoner's hideous prison ways chained up and He's beaten and he lives his terrible life and the prisoners around him of course are absolutely the lowest abbott human being can be in america chained together and eventually behaves well enough. He's tamed so that he's allowed the privilege of going in. You don't know what it is. You're watching the film you c- suddenly this church of black church black baptist church where all the worshippers have just finished singing. A him and the preacher gets up and says to his flock that we you know. We have our guests. Now which treat them with great politeness and someone is pulling a sheet down at the back of the hall and income chained all the prisoners and they're welcomed by these church members and their sat down and film begins. And you see joel mccrea. Who plays sullivan sitting there. Looking angry and all the prisoners around them miserable miserable men and they start with disney cartoon violence silly cartoon and everyone starts laughing and laughing and laughing and you see joel mccrea. The only one laughing face like thunder slowly face cracks and he starts to laugh and they're all laughing and laughing and laughing and laugh and his transformation. Anyway then the clock carries on and finally someone sees his photograph. Who's the friendly warden. Or whoever it is tells the prison people and it's discovered who years and the person who was accused of killing himself. That was what he was trying to explain that he was the one who was accused of killing so it was all very complicated. He gets back to the studio. And the producers who so hated. The idea of making brother were up. Say now you can make brother where you world-famous you've been went down and john crisis. No i'm gonna make a problem or out there. I'm gonna make comedy and then the film ends with this speech to may be much but it's all some people have in this crazy caravan. Boy that's it. And then the the fade to the sizable. There's prisoners with tears running down to that faces laughing and laughing and laughing sip. Basically you want me. Eating on with tip coached eggs. Watching sullivan's travels. I love that movie. But i would venture that the lady eve is the film i grant you must. It was maybe feel apart from that. Henry fonda was was the most handsome person i was. Advocacy in my line unlovable. It made me believe that that ought people can find each shower. And i knew i was odd. That's all i knew. And that just it always made me think that there was hope and dumper stomach. 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"veronica lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:33 min | 9 months ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Had on gorgeous shoes, a blackfella chew with like a silver like it was a diamond management thing, And but she didn't work. If you're gonna wear velvet and feathers, ostrich feathers, Okay, which is the severe look, no matter what. Because people will say you swallowed the swan. You are the ugly duck you You know you wrote it on a It's 50 50. Whether people will love her hate this dress. If you on that dress, you stick your leg out, and you've sexy hair, either all the way up or half up, half down or red lip or something. Should nothing going on here needed help. Here. She had Veronica Lake waves that weren't even brushed out. It made the dress You feel like not fluffy feathers, but flat feathers. The truth and the other one that fell flat for us, and it was Laura Dern and Reese Witherspoon. Walk the red carpet together. You and I sent Bori. No it immediately and took a picture of it. And I said, Oh, is this What is this? What we look like on the red? Perfect Because Reese is so short and Laura so tall and lean and Reese is a little shorter and stay there until lightly real like that The first year at the red carpet only that and then you were high heels. And then no, you haven't sent have incense because we had photos, and we have so off balance. So after so I've found so Rocco. I would either be barefoot or in flip flops have to be flat. Just holler to I'm taller. I'm taller, like a lot of the willow. We women. But if you were like a 57 woman, and you were heels in Hollywood Tower over a lot of people, and Reese Witherspoon had the parted in the middle. I wanna go back to this part in the middle, but her dress Look dated. But you conflicted because she wore a belt with the cons. It didn't want know what? When those two when Lord earn and Reese Witherspoon were talking to that darling girl at the ABC red carpet in the prettiest room I've seen and ever They wanted the boys OK, when they were talking to her. They totally reminded me of the two girls in high school would call you the day of the prom and say there's no room in the limo for you and your day. No seriously, Olivia Colman I just want to say not Olivia Colman Vanessa Kirby, eat a sandwich. I know, but I mean, that's the vibe. I got funny were unknown. No room for you in the limo. We gotta go. We were annoying my guys. That's so funny. Are you My top one..

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"veronica lake" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

40 Going On 14

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

"It's such a comedy song. That german would decide to cover. It makes me concerned determines are known for their humor. Known for their sausages. Yes they are going to keep that myself all right and finally the first recording of my blue heaven was made on may twenty fifth by gene austin. Good song a decent movie. Yeah i'm a. I'm a fan of that song. Movies too. I agree steve. Martin that one you shouldn't be in the section. You're so hot you're gonna melt all this stuff gonna melt all this stuff. My blue heaven all right moving onto movies. The top movie in the land was this gun for hire starring veronica lake and robert preston. Good movie never seen it same. Good good solid western. If you're looking for some watch that's got all the old school western tropes in it. Watch this manly man and bosomy women yes tumbleweeds strangely. No rascals with a radicals takes place in florida. Yeah also this week. Principal photography began on the film. Casablanca on may twenty fifth. Still my number one film of all time. Yup i love that movie. Great movie good flick. I've seen him as well. I cannot believe such gambling would go on at this. You're winning sir. Thank you yenkey. Doodle dandy starring james cagney as the songwriter and entertainer. George m cohan premiered in new york city on may twenty ninth. Instead of tickets warner brothers sold war bonds to the premier ranging from twenty five dollars to twenty five thousand dollars in price..

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"veronica lake" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"Angeles that had grounded private aircraft. Siegel at a range several of the celebrities he'd invited made the trip including actor George Raft Actress Vivian Blaine at theater owner. Sit growling cars jammed the highway outside and guest walk past spotlights aimed skyward as they entered the resort as if they were attending a lavish Hollywood premiere. Once inside, they marveled at the green leather walls, thick carpeting, red upholstered furniture, and plush bar lounge beside rows of slot machines. The place was so full that it was a struggle to make it through the casino. Jimmy durant showroom performance where he was accompanied by bandleader Etxabe coup got was a smash hit and drew cheers from the sold out audience and according to people who were there. There was a lot of hundred dollar chip action. The gaming tables meaning cash was flowing big-time sounds like a success, right and. Wrong. SEGEL's fortunes declined steadily over the course of the next few opening nights the list celebs he'd invited including Lucille Ball Abe, Gardner and Veronica Lake no shows in spite of having private transportation at their disposal adding insult to injury the cash that high rollers were risking at the tables wasn't staying in the Casino. The Flamingo was said to have lost upwards of a half a million dollars over the course of several days and to top it off because the flamingos. Complete at opening guests had to go find other accommodations. Went and gambled away their winnings from the Flamingo. The casino continued to hemorrhage money through new. Year's Day, and by late January of Nineteen, forty seven made the decision to temporarily shut down. So he could save money while completing the hotel as well as the many plan opulent amenities. The flamingos meant to have including the Olympic sized pool golf course and tennis badminton and handball courts. Bugsy.

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"veronica lake" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"I'm sorry I can't help it. Mustache Bill in the Crimson Dragon sounds like a children's book. You who else I'd like to beat in Heaven Hello Cleopatra. Choice. Don't I know it Cleopatra was probably the Fox this woman of all time. She had a way about her. That's for sure. Like the way, she did her stuff all right. Man That was all woman packed into that Egyptian frame hot judge. Where there's smoke, there's fire. You know what I'm talking about. CBO's mine. My name isn't see balls. What happened to you, so you WanNa meet Cleopatra because she was beautiful. Is that it little? Background CBO's I am an amateur has been almost. Everyone knows that I've actually won awards with my history Steph any. Not to Brag, but ancient Roman Times has kind of my thing. In short of done. The Research Cleopatra as she was known, was the ruler of Egypt and this Egypt was not the Joe It is today. No, sir, this is what they call the golden period of Egypt. All of Egypt looked like palm springs. The women look like the MGM Back Lot in the forties and the men looked like guys working out at Muscle Beach. Most of the men walked around in Long Beach Styles. They called Togas and the women mainly wore one piece, bathing suits and four inch heels was a glorious time. There was much playing around in the games like volleyball. Played with human heads, the research shows and other sports that were specific to the time like the game narrating which I don't have the time to explain, but it was something like the game Lacrosse with shovels and rocks, and was very popular, according to my research. Into this world of blissful pleasure comes Cleopatra. Hat Chat Chat Mama Louis. She looked like Esther Williams climate out of a pool like coming out of the SARS you look Dorothy l'amour walking out of the jungle Dorothy. Veronica Lake swishing swaying her way onto the I. Don't know her either. Sorry, I'll make it easy. Sit cherise in American in Paris I wou. Nothing Janet Lee now I don't know Jean Harlow nothing I can't let fake Ron more modern. Here's one Tina. Louise Moving on. I don't know her. Okay what if I threw Angie Dickinson you way now? In fact, three fast ones. Anita Akber now Jayne Mansfield. Adrian Barbosa Oh. Come on, she's contemporary. Got It wrap your millennial mine around. There's blow Derek. Just making up names, hug, give up. Let's reframe this. Who was the most beautiful today? I don't know I think we have different ideas of beauty I mean I find Ruth Bader Ginsburg beautiful. Boy. Okay, forgive the analogy into this land of pleasure and decadence walks the lovely cleopatra looking like barberie. You didn't from I dream of Jeannie. I don't know that is anyway. This beautiful woman who apparently looks like no one that Carolina can recognize even though. I gave her fifty prominent examples that any Tom Dick or Harry could name. Comes over to Julius Caesar's house in Rome. Just the biggest baddest ruler of all time seduces him, has some children and then heads home on a party boat cut to a few years later now there's a new guy in Rome named Mark Anthony who looked like victor mature without his shirt on. WHO's that? Just some guy forget I said. He goes to visit Cleopatra up the Nile and guess what seduces him. They have a couple of kids. Now. You see you see why. I WanNa meet up with her. I don't know it's simple, do I? Ron Burgundy have the power to resist the greatest temptress in the history.

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"veronica lake" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"I'm sorry I can't help it. Mustache Bill in the Crimson Dragon sounds like a children's book. You who else I'd like to beat in Heaven Hello Cleopatra. Choice. Don't I know it Cleopatra was probably the Fox this woman of all time. She had a way about her. That's for sure. Like the way, she did her stuff all right. Man That was all woman packed into that Egyptian frame hot judge. Where there's smoke, there's fire. You know what I'm talking about. CBO's mine. My name isn't see balls. What happened to you, so you WanNa meet Cleopatra because she was beautiful. Is that it little? Background CBO's I am an amateur has been almost. Everyone knows that I've actually won awards with my history Steph any. Not to Brag, but ancient Roman Times has kind of my thing. In short of done. The Research Cleopatra as she was known, was the ruler of Egypt and this Egypt was not the Joe It is today. No, sir, this is what they call the golden period of Egypt. All of Egypt looked like palm springs. The women look like the MGM Back Lot in the forties and the men looked like guys working out at Muscle Beach. Most of the men walked around in Long Beach Styles. They called Togas and the women mainly wore one piece, bathing suits and four inch heels was a glorious time. There was much playing around in the games like volleyball. Played with human heads, the research shows and other sports that were specific to the time like the game narrating which I don't have the time to explain, but it was something like the game Lacrosse with shovels and rocks, and was very popular, according to my research. Into this world of blissful pleasure comes Cleopatra. Hat Chat Chat Mama Louis. She looked like Esther Williams climate out of a pool like coming out of the SARS you look Dorothy l'amour walking out of the jungle Dorothy. Veronica Lake swishing swaying her way onto the I. Don't know her either. Sorry, I'll make it easy. Sit cherise in American in Paris I wou. Nothing Janet Lee now I don't know Jean Harlow nothing I can't let fake Ron more modern. Here's one Tina. Louise Moving on. I don't know her. Okay what if I threw Angie Dickinson you way now? In fact, three fast ones. Anita Akber now Jayne Mansfield. Adrian Barbosa Oh. Come on, she's contemporary. Got It wrap your millennial mine around. There's blow Derek. Just making up names, hug, give up. Let's reframe this. Who was the most beautiful today? I don't know I think we have different ideas of beauty I mean I find Ruth Bader Ginsburg beautiful. Boy. Okay, forgive the analogy into this land of pleasure and decadence walks the lovely cleopatra looking like barberie. You didn't from I dream of Jeannie. I don't know that is anyway. This beautiful woman who apparently looks like no one that Carolina can recognize even though. I gave her fifty prominent examples that any Tom Dick or Harry could name. Comes over to Julius Caesar's house in Rome. Just the biggest baddest ruler of all time seduces him, has some children and then heads home on a party boat cut to a few years later now there's a new guy in Rome named Mark Anthony who looked like victor mature without his shirt on. WHO's that? Just some guy forget I said. He goes to visit Cleopatra up the Nile and guess what seduces him. They have a couple of kids. Now. You see you see why. I WanNa meet up with her. I don't know it's simple, do I? Ron Burgundy have the power to resist the greatest temptress in the history.

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"veronica lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"W. NYC you're standing live at the mall I already scandalized my entire class the year before it's great trip to Washington DC when I use my spending money not to buy a souvenir to from Sony and but to buy a mac eye shadow by the time that I discovered the most magical book I'd ever seen which was full of inclusion and transformation and perfectly sculpted cheekbones it's called making faces by make up artist and Kevin Kwan inside were pictures of naked he done on every nineties famous woman from what it calls for to Janet Jackson to Martha Stewart as Veronica lake and I think that because I wasn't trying to rush my mom out of her favorite store Nordstrom where I had spotted the book she bought it for me an inside can acquire not only gave make up tips and techniques to create a looks but also share personal details about growing up gay in a town that just wasn't quite sure what to do with him and eventually moving to New York City to pursue his dreams just like I was going to do and so I started experimenting on everybody from my best friend to my grandma even doing my dates make up for school dances and I got to know we look at and I got to know the woman at the prescription counter at that Nordstrom who would help me recreate the looks from the book if the store wasn't too busy and on one such visit there were signs all over the cosmetics department announcing that the following Friday none other than Kevin Kwan was going to be in the store for a book signing I was already planning my outfit though was that I didn't try to hit the big one of my parents to leave work early so that they would take me as the following Friday with my dad in his pickup truck in the parking lot I strode into north from carrying not only given once book but also a letter that I had written to him explaining how inspirational I found him in case the line was so long that we wouldn't have time to talk or I was just too nervous to do so turns out I didn't really need to worry because the line was short which I found surprising because in my world he was bigger than Madonna share.

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"veronica lake" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Flower up for you and This is the womb room. All right thank you how do I not puppets by the way. I'm disappointed in you Veronica. Yes so you're where. Where does your name come from? Oh Oh I chose to not have a silly name. I wanted to do something funny. I wanted it to be the various a surprise almost so I I did a little TRACI lords thing. I named myself after a movie Nineteen eighty-four German. Fast Bender film called Veronika Kvas so okay so teric I love. I love the name I've always wanted to be Veronica and I feel very much like one. Yeah Yeah Yeah. What does that mean when I think of Veronica? I think of Archie girlfriend gave it up. But that's very like that's very burlesque. That's that tees elementary had user to user and I also think Veronica Lake as well. He's just incredibly. Sexy is one. Just that I wanted embody all the time so How's my headset coming coming saying? Oh yeah probably battery all right so over here we have Callisto. Rocks Porn Star extraordinaire. Yes so how you doing. I'm doing great. I'm so glad to be here on Steel Day and Ohio in I'm actually in a hoosier. An Indiana oh you're in okay. Close Knicks those up some very close close okay but from the mid west and out here in La to be part of the wild sex industry. Eh I've lived in La. I guess since the night at the nineties on and off and I mean it's my favorite city in the United States. I just I love. Los Angeles solicit the thing with angels and just Los Angeles and if I have to be in the United States under That guys from me now Then I'll as the city that I think is an. How come you got into porn? Originally I got into born in I started off when I was eighteen years old. which was way back in the ninety sometime and I kind of just got into porn? I know lark on a whim and I thought it would be fun And then when I got when they went into born again I was in San Francisco. I was having a a wonderful time of being a lusty lady peepshow dancer and just expressing myself but it was really about Being body positive and I wanted wanted to see bodies that represented me Inborn and I wanted to see what it would look like if I had sex and so yeah I just kind kind of like I had to do for him. It was just something that I felt like. It was my calling me to like being called a BMW porn star. Yeah like when I was first getting into point I was rubenesque. They have been in this one for less teams. Start the show I yeah I thought it was a great comparison it and they didn't even have a category for porn that was. BWI It was just. They were just like you happen to be a fat girl or whatever but now there's a whole niche for VW. That's just unfroze. AC Niche in this is gourmet Okay well That sounds good. And you know I mean I think that burlesque is is all about being body positive. That's why a lot of women under Brazil. They love burlesque these days. I think it used to be that. Burlesque was entertainment more for the male persuasion. Now it seems like you know because guys are going to strip clubs. It's more more of the Strip. Tease might be for the ladies and couples right. We're guard at our shows. I think women are really into it. Because it's it's a it's a really fun environment it's non-threatening. I think a lot of a lot of people men women everybody are kind of intrigued. Fight like oh my gosh. I could never do that And kind of like like it's a like a voyeuristic thing where you kind of imagine yourself also doing it wrong And it's like a safe empowering space I would say the majority of our audiences either female or or couples there on a date and there's like a few. There's a few old regulars lers that are like old. They're men from a different generation and I think they missed sort of and they're horny. One will one hundred percent. They're like I think they don't. They don't like modern strip clubs so they still go to a lot of guys are not allowed to go to the modern strip club like like. They're not supposed to do whatever whatever but I feel like Burlesque is this way to be like honey. Let's go out and do this thing or it's a way to kind of bridge now. Maybe after this will be more comfortable will be so painful Oslo and we're a little bit cheaper now. Would you say burlesque is always combining sexual movement or erotic movement with humor. Is that a good I. I think there's a really large spectrum I think sometimes it is funny or weird or just stranger making a statement statement at the other end. It's just like pure sex. And sensuality in you get a little bit of everything especially in Los. I mean the origin of the word burlesque list like burlesque was to make five or now actually Italian Max. I thought it was thinking it sounds friend Action when I when it went when I was fifteen literally and my mother took me back to Italy. I couldn't work so somehow I got myself involved in variety theatre. ooh And I was fifteen. I was very tall very handsome. I'd love very tall and very handsome. Darn Ah your Baguette Alah stuff.

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"veronica lake" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Got a it was an old hearing vision I've been thinking about this loan business I felt a lot safer when my border dollars within the bank that four hundred fifty of drawn powers up interest on top of that my sales are guaranteed by the government do hello what's so good about well the thing who is the government the people and you will be able in other words you would guarantee your money and you don't want to be like a bill resolvable born meanwhile people Golden people rave about this nine days in my arms those honor thank you those honor honor like my she's in my how long fortune on her career is not an my brother the great music and memories in nineteen forty six there first up was the assistant can stir with peco June Christy course on vocals Alan Ladd and Veronica lake sure there and Jimmy Durante's on.

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"veronica lake" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"It is a great website, and we'll tell you also how to bid and how to get involved in this wonderful auction. Let me be specific important because it is highly relevant to. Electors people thinking of collecting and to the public at large, for Oleg loose Cassini, rush Italian aristocrat, was, perhaps, the most influential fashion designer the twentieth century, his couture for Hollywood films, and later design house would grace, the most elegant luminaries in society, entertainment, and politics, most notably, he would serve as the sole couturier to the first lady Jacqueline Kennedy just as important where his ready to wear designs, which opened up a new market for high fashion, to the general public only Cassini was also a knowledgeable passionate collector of fine and decorative art. Antique furniture automobiles manuscripts in a range of other items these Peter in his staff. Doyle, will sell it auction on June twenty-seventh welcome back, Peter Costanzo to speaking of art. Thank you. Thank you so very much for that kind introduction. Well, congratulations. I mean this is a monumental sale, and I said, much anticipated and it is every bit. That what a window into the cultural influences the, you know, his historical ancestry his pride in that his range of, of collecting and how that might have influenced his design it's a window into a cultural genius. That is very rare when this occurs, and it's a great opportunity for your public, isn't it? Oh, it sure is. Well, the, the moment where Cassini is designing for Jacqueline. Kennedy as first lady is one of the most iconic of the twentieth century. It's one of the most important fashion moments in American and international history, but it's also something that is taken for granted giving conic stature. So it's really wonderful to have these papers and drawings and artifacts that really do give you insight to how was created and beyond that Mr Casini is a very good example of a life. Well lived. He lived in great comfort. He lived in beautiful homes, he decorated them and collected objects of fifty the look of each home, and I'm happy to talk to you that all right now, I am. Absolutely. You know, one thing about about him. He, he is such a tour to force guide through twentieth century, you know, high society, fashion, the great capitals of the world, particularly in America and Europe. I mean his almost single. Handedly responsible for shifting the, you know, center of gravity of fashion wise, from Europe to America cafe society, and how he benefited from that he would he fit handing glove. In one thing about his book, Peter, which I actually have here in the in the studio with me. And I it's one of the most fascinating autobiographies. I have ever read. In fact, I think I felt absolutely deflated when I was finally finished with it, and I probably I think also Louis Weber, your colleague, there at the Doyle told me, you'd given a talk recently and you had referenced or read passages from the memoir, and I mean, it really is a breezy, highly informative in enjoyable, serve cavalcade through that period. Isn't it? Absolutely. The, the best way to become acquainted with Cassini story is through that autobiography really does piece together all the various phases of his life. Something like Wikipedia. It doesn't do it Justice. You really need to hear it from the horse's mouth. And I agree with you. That in Oleg Cassini, we not only see twentieth, century life, but we really see some nineteenth century. European live lives become twentieth century American lives. His history is quite interesting as you note, he definitely comes from this of Russian nobility. He was born with the title of count. His father was. A Russian ambassador. His mother count Cassini was the daughter of count Arthur Cassini, who was a very important or Russian ambassador to the United States, McKinley and Roosevelt. So he's definitely born into this late nineteenth century, early twentieth century, European ARIS Takeuchi, which was really laid bare and Dayak bre of the people with, with the titles, and the noble titles. And the, the high diplomatic placement, they were all spread all over Europe, after World, War One and the Russian revolution. Yes, the, the whiskey family out of Russia and back into Europe. So all the Cassini is his born into that, but he's raised in Italy pretty much as a Russian exile. And he learns to draw learn how to ride horses, he learns chivalry he studies medieval history. And he studies. Traditional drawing skills. His mother finds her way into the fashion business and he pretty much follows her right into it, and then seeking reinvention he lands in New York during the height of the great depression, which was very interesting time for a, a Russian born count trying to make it in the fashion industry to land in New York because he he had the drawing skills, but he didn't necessarily have all of the practical skills that were required to make it on in Manhattan. Seventh avenue fashion. Peter. To just interject one thing, that's so dramatically enjoyable in the memoir, is how, you know, his family's connections, the cave dwellers in Washington DC, who remembered his mother and, and in grandfather how they rallied to his family's support because as you say they become emigrants twice. I mean, the, the truly frightening passages in the memoir early on about the Russian revolution in the murder of a cousin that he actually witnessed from an upstairs window. And then fleeing to Italy, and then realizing in the mid thirties, Mussolini's, Italy is going into a disastrous deresh direction and they leave and they come here in New York cobbles these alliances together in it's it's wonderful to see how he is able to leap from one stone to the other, you know, and successfully always landing on his feet in a better position. It really is remarkable story in that sense. And he does land on his feet as he goes from relationship to relationship from career career until he does land in Hollywood right in the real golden period of late thirties and early nineteen forties. And of course, I think it really is important to note that he did serve in the I in the coast guard and then in the cavalry corps, where he became an American citizen and he used his his horsemanship skills, you use them to his advantage. And he also was forced to renounce his title of count during World War Two, and he became an American citizen. And so his life that begins again at about in his early nineteen thirties in the early nineteen forties is very different than the life that came before the life, after it's really fascinating. But ultimately Oleg Cassini after his time in Hollywood, where he had been married to gene Tierney. Yes, he had designed dresses. For her major films. He designed dresses for Veronica lake. He had really worked his way up in the studio system. He eventually lands himself back in New York City, and launches his self-named fashion label away. Cassini Anki launches that in the early nineteen fifties and really came to fruition for him the nineteen sixties when the relationship with MRs Kennedy really the forefront. And that is really where our auction really begins while we do have remarkable objects in the auction, harkening back to his early years. Grandfather, there's a painting of his mother, by the Russian artists Constantin Makovsky of count Cassini, but there is some artifacts of early life. But there's many artifacts of this fashioned time period, which has, I think we'd really like to talk about and also something had talked about before the Jacqueline. Kennedy phase is his brief engagement with Grace Kelly who was movie star. On the planet, and we're very lucky to have four handwritten manuscripts letters from her three of which are written from Hollywood, when she was there filming for Elfriede Hitchcock. So it really gives a window into the mindset of Grace Kelly when she was the biggest movie star in the country during the. Yeah, go ahead. No. I mean it's also getting ready for our talk today. I've just been immersed in Hitchcock with Grace Kelly the last couple of weeks and revisiting these fabulous windows into the golden age to catch a thief, particularly rear window. It's just it is amazing. And you're, you're right. She was the luminary in Hollywood at the time, and they were engaged and it's actually very heartbreaking, very difficult. No thing in the book that to read through that because you almost feel like tapping to you. But that also spurred him artistically which is reflected in the auction didn't. Yes. His relationship with Grace Kelly, I think laid him low a little bit. And he really was seeking reinvention and landed back in New York City, and of really put himself wholeheartedly into his fashion label at that time, and he did have some connection to the Kennedy family even before designing for MRs Kennedy joke. Joe Kennedy earlier. He had met his war, Ciro war hero, son JFK that they had been introduced to each other. There's even some dalliance between Tierney and JFK that you can read about. And so he was a total stranger to John Kennedy or MRs Kennedy nineteen sixty at the time of the election when he when he becomes her designer. So they were somewhat familiar with each other. He always thought of himself as a as a courtier kind of like a latter day. Castiglioni or something like that, who is because of that European that continental finesse he was able to really provide really Camelot. He provided a lot of that glamour, I mean, not even just the dresses. But just as own presence and influence I seem to reflect that cosmopolitan culture in Washington at that time. Absolutely. There is an instance, where they have a letter in the sale where they're talking about it, and he describes describes in his autobiography as well. That him and MRs Kennedy had a conversation where he told her that you have the opportunity for an American verse here. And MRs Kennedy reported to him that she wanted the White House to become this place. Where ideas were exchanged and the whole country. Knew that with the election of Jack Kennedy was coming, a very youthful seachange into the White House, and I do think that in the via the clothing and the, the atmosphere, that was created we definitely see a gateway to the nineteen sixties as through Oleg Cassini, and what he accomplished with MRs Kennedy. And if you look at not only first lady fashioned from nineteen sixty tonight, seventy all American fashion from nineteen sixty nineteen seventy s it's a it's remark. Remarkable how how different fashion was, and that time period, and I do think that the Oleg Cassini Jacqueline Kennedy relationship is what opened the gate to that change. I mean for for me, Peter fashion. For say, for women was particularly strong in the first years of the twentieth century, and then it gets kind of subsumed in the hold the art deco period. The postwar period it doesn't really come up again until Cassini in particularly in the fifties. And then the Camelot years it reaches I think an apogee..

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"veronica lake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Reading some Hollywood, ladies and gentlemen. Thailand and American buyers come home again from all over the world. Many of our sons lives of the courage and skill of women or whatever. Each branch of the service has its own notice and tonight's players dedicated to all of them inspiring drama. So proudly we hail paramount made the picture and tonight, we present the same three stars you applauded on the screen. Paulette Goddard and Veronica lake. Lovely and talented trio. We have Paramount's new Discovery Channel. What became an overnight sensation in this picture? Among all the stories of human heroism. None will be remembered longer than the regular. The heroes of that time. Spendable women as well as man. Proudly we hail is the drama those women the army, nurses. I don't remember any production and the history of radio that boasted free feminine stars of the magnitude. We have tonight. I'm certainly there's no hitter anywhere in the world that could hold the audience these three we'll draw. But next time job has bigger the nation itself. So that you may enjoy the finest in drama every Monday evening, you aren't actually present backstage going on. But you do have a hand in everything that happens here. Give select the players and the players and your purchase of our product is the power that keeps these lights banning. I'm sure. Anyway, like, so proudly we hail give you a double head. And here's the past Darren credit Kobe data product Joan and Veronica lake has Olivia with Sunday, Kansas and less Tremaine as John..

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"veronica lake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Searching desperately for singing leading man who vibrates to the number seven. So Gracie has altered Georgia's vibration, and is now calling on the glamorous this love more. You're at paramount onto yes. Would you do me a favor? Of course, Gracie would you rack call it? God is Veronica lake to please stop fighting of my husband. I didn't know your husband was a Tama. Oh, they don't let him walk around in the open. No, no, Loretta young by kidnap him. You see my husband is so frightfully handsome. Really? Well, whatever happened. Your first husband, George Burns. This is the same one. I'm so married to judge burn. Well, I must not remember George very well isn't he kind of short with a with a little pot coming. Of Cary Grant. Well, what does yours look like? And he has a beautiful thing too. He thing like a Nightingale. You know, how the girls Frank Sinatra thing? Yes. Well when Josh thanks Frank Sinatra. That shouldn't take much. John judges named attraction is that? He's the number seven. But of course, you wouldn't understand that it's numerology, wait a minute. Number seven. George is the number seven. Dorothy never mind about my hair Gracie that figure it's amazing. Thank you got kinda pretty too. No, no. I mean about about George being a number seven Gracie. I must have him. I must have in for my picture. Where can I find him? Well, right now, he's home having some clotted. Kobe. Georgia's just the man I'm looking for he's handsome, he sings and above all, he's a number seven. Wait a minute. According to numerology, George Burns would be a number five is judge caper. Oh, what's his middle? Name. Kansas city. Kansas city. Oh, oh, I see. He was named after Kansas City. Yeah. Shortly after. Gracie. Why don't I go home with you right now and talk to George I can't wait to see if he's as handsome as you say well range, the whole thing on the phone on the phone, but yes, and then you can see him when you sat shooting the picture phone number you can call in. But why can I see him? Well, the poor boy is selling being chased by all those women, especially today you see today. Rosalind Russell chased him. And she has the two all. Dorothy. Well, I can't let a number seven get away from me. Hello. Hello. Is this George Burns? Yes. This is Dorothy Moore who Dorothy l'amour, look, George will you please. Please be my new leading man. Who would you say this was? Dorothy l'amour Gracie would just stop with this nonsense. This isn't Gracie. It's Dorothy, listen, George, your number seven, and I'm in to with your vibration. You're you're also a little bit nuts. Aren't you? George. I'm going to sing at the Hollywood canteen tonight. Would you make it a duet with me, then maybe I can change your mind? Oh, sure. Sure, shall I wear a sarong? You still don't believe? It's may do you know? Well, you wait there. I'll come right over here. Do that..

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"veronica lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:41 min | 3 years ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Right hollywood. What do you have for us today? We're going to wrap up our Super Bowl chat. Yeah. I had it on one. I watching. Yes. It was just decidedly man. My tacos were more exciting. Yeah. And I don't mean that in a sexual way rates rule chicken tacos. For dinner last night. So yeah, it was pretty boring in was the beginning. Oh, the beautiful and then go on this Thursday November and that was very touching. And unfortunately, the halftime show was a big, man. Which is what was predicted. It wasn't that. It was so bad. Is it was deadly? Dull? There was no action. No there. No. Play. Which by the way is inside the twenty yard line on either end. Thank we only got in at once. Which made the game. So barring exactly the most exciting part of the halftime show was when big boy wrote up in his cabinet. The whole point or at that point. It was only ninety seconds of him. Anyway, dissect the halftime show wanna give you some of the ratings from last night's Super Bowl their eleven year low down five percent from last year. Now ninety eight point two million people tuned in to watch last night Super Bowl ninety eight. Not too shabby. Right. There's very few events in the world. Hundred million. That means you might have to cut their ad braces next year, they probably will. So last year had one hundred three million viewers. The smallest TV only audience for a Super Bowl since two thousand eight against small being relative even the post game show, the world's best the new reality competition series will that got twenty two point two million viewers, which is down the low end of post Super Bowl shows over the past twenty years about eighteen percent smaller than this is us that was on last year twenty six million people tend number the Jimmy Kimmel show at the theater with this is us, folks. Yes, exactly. So if people turned away they're going to go watch detective. We're sick of the patriots. Yeah. We have the same people over and over to isn't it though. There is no tension in. No, it wasn't exciting. Just was very over. It was I guess on the other side of the sports coin you could look at it as you'll never see a team this dominant again in your lifetime. How about that? We think but pretty damn believable would be unbelievable to to repay to repeat the dynasty. That's happening. Right. You're right. Very true. And Tom Brady was at Disneyland today. Yeah. I excuse me. That's kinda cool that he's forty years old to forty one and still. Oh, yeah. It is. No, I know. Aw. Yes, we're all in off. Tom Brady's his athleticism the patriots winning all of those Super Bowls. But at the same time, you can hold this. Hold those two different points of view being like, you know, maybe we want to see somebody else. Yeah. Play in this. All right. So there was your Super Bowl. Okay. For this dirt alert of the Oscars luncheon. Yes. So this happened today. And this, of course, celebrating all the people who are nominated for Academy Awards and lady Gaga look stunning. She has her best movie star low on the white gown with the puffed sleeves, the platinum blonde, Veronica lake hair. Very very also Rachel vice wearing pale pink, lots of ruffles. So look for pale colors. Okay. Ruffles. I believe Regina. King was also wearing a pale pink ever, a pretty luncheon dress. Oh, yes. Very very address with floral. Yeah. Is this a big part? This is campaigning where you're kind of campaign in each other is an annual lunch. No, I know the evidence in the middle of Oscar voting, right? This is the everybody shows up. Yes. Everybody shows up because this is an official academy sanctioned event. Glenn Close wearing again, the pale the pale purple suit there. This is an official sank. So everybody gets together. They take a class photo. It's like getting together in your gymnasium. And the nominees are the nominees are in speaking of the nominees are we're getting a little hint at who's going to be presenting this year at the Academy Awards Tina Fey Whoopie Goldberg Brie Larson announced today Daniel, Craig Jennifer, Lopez Ahmadullah, Stemberg Aquafina is going to be at the Oscars this year. Constance Wu Tessa Thompson, Amy Poehler in my Rudolph. Maybe they're going to be of course together on stage for seven released their own. So they've all been announced as presenters at this year's Academy Awards again, no hostess here. So let's not pretend like there's going to be a host. It's going to be host Louis February twenty four th and Bradley Cooper said he's nervous about performing. Because they only get ninety seconds to perform. I think that kademi is they are missing. We heard from cap Perkins. At Adam LeVine was nervous last night performing to get nervous six months ago, or whenever reality turned it down when he needed to get nervous who he would've turned it down. And then he wouldn't have been in that position offer the sand. Someone had to be there. Somebody did people is coming back up with people. Julia I want you to get out there. You didn't skirts this year Brigham them together starts singing because quite frankly, if I had a voice. Oh. You'd be a recording star. I would concur. Yeah. But I mean, honestly, what kind of big story. Me out down her what kind of performers. Do we have left for the Super Bowl halftime show? We have a ton of. I'm Wayne new. It now because like someone tweeted us it'll cavern it can never sit down with Roger Goodell anybody because he's suing the NFL for collusion. We've got outweigh. It's the big elephant in the room collusion. As we know is a big strong person that is and there's collusion. Resellers, a couple of collusion things going on right now that are riveting the country. And this is this is one of them. Right. So we shall see what Super Bowl fifty four. Looks like going to be in Miami next year. We have that too. But yeah, Bradley said he's nervous. I don't blame him because he doesn't do that. All the time about the pressure the audience at us out. I did notice that the Oscar luncheon, he's taken our advice. And he's getting of Jackson main Bradley Cooper, we told them to start looking like his character to get some votes while it's prime voting season. Askar's? There's only one week he's growing he's growing the SCRUFF for the Oscars. No, he is truly. I saw I already Jackson main it up. No, good humor man on the red carpet. Linking did for the Golden Globes. Oh, yeah. He needs. And Chris kind did it at the sag awards and breast. Tattoo tattoo fantasy island. It's forever imprinted. It's Roger Morris JAMES BOND is what it reminds me of you gotta be a that's when he wine real real tall. Sanders. Yeah. I agree. I just don't understand why he didn't wear socks. I'm talking about. Chris pine on the red card. Doesn't bug me the loafers and the no..

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"veronica lake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

16:37 min | 3 years ago

"veronica lake" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This is the program that takes you behind the scenes with those who make the laws and those who protect your rights through the rule of law. Your hosts are attorney Thomas Girardi and attorney Howard Miller Thomas Girardi is the founding partner of the law firm of Girardi and keys known for passionate litigation of corporate giants on behalf of aggrieved individuals use a member of the California state bar trial, lawyer hall of fame, and is widely regarded by his peers as one of the nation's top trial lawyers. Howard Miller is the immediate past president of the state bar of California and a member of Girardi and keys specializing in the areas of patents and other intellectual property, litigation antitrust and general complex commercial litigation. They are champions of Justice for the little guy each week. We hear this informative and entertaining our bringing clarity to the headline generating legal challenges of the day. And today, we have a murder. Mystery. Our guest is Steve hotel, a former LAPD detective he handled over three hundred separate murder investigations and had one of the department's highest solved rates. He retired from the LAPD in one thousand nine hundred eighty six Steve's first book black Dahlia avenger a genius for murder was published in two thousand three with new updated investigative chapters added to the HarperCollins paperback edition in two thousand four and two thousand six black. Dahlia avenger is a New York Times bestseller, a New York Times most notable book and was nominated by the mystery writers of America for an Edgar award in the best fact crime category. It investigates and purports to solve one of the most notorious and high profile unsolved crimes of the twentieth. Century, the nineteen forty seven brutal murder of twenty two year old Elizabeth short in nineteen forty seven California's infamous black Dahlia murder inspired the largest manhunt in Los Angeles history, despite an unprecedented allocation of money and manpower police investigators failed to identify the psychopath, responsible for the sadistic, murder and mutilation. Decades later, Steve Hodel launched his own investigation into the grisly unsolved crime. And it led him to a shockingly. Unexpected perpetrator Mr. hotel second book is even bolder in its subject matter and conclusion in the book, titled most evil, he discusses the shocking new revelations that have come to light since authoring black Dahlia avenger with twenty four years of experience investigating homicides as we said as an LAPD detective, he instinctively knew that if the perpetrator was capable of that level of cruelty. It probably did not begin or end with black Dahlia, Mr. hotel has devoted the last decade to examining the evidence of the killers fascinating and mysterious life. His findings indicate that the person was among the most prolific serial killers in history beginning as a young man and can. To kill throughout his long life of ninety one years among his crimes are dozens of unsolved. Murder cases, stretching back sixty years. A brief history of Steve hotels life. He was born and raised in Los Angeles or four years as a medic in the US navy and joined the Los Angeles Police Department in nineteen sixty three after six years in uniform patrol he transferred to Hollywood division. Detectives where he worked all of the tables burglary robbery auto theft, juvenile crimes against persons and then permanently was assigned to the homicide detail during his career as a Hollywood homicide detective Steve was promoted through the ranks to detective three. And that is the highest attainable rank in detectives, Mr. hotel has said that the black Dahlia murder was not a stand alone. Crime all southern California law enforcement agencies, Los Angeles police. Department Los Angeles sheriff's department and the district attorney's investigators were aware and actively investigating at least five other murders as probably connected, Mr. hotel has dubbed these the Los Angeles lone woman murders, and according to Steve all of these murders were committed by one man, Steve hotel does not know how many murders were committed by this person. However, he believes that from nineteen forty three to nineteen forty nine the killer committed somewhere between seven and twenty serial murders in the Los Angeles and southern California area. Mr. who del breaks down these suspected murderers into separate categories, definite, probables and possibles. And then to wrap up this introduction in a letter included in black Dahlia avengers original publication in two thousand three one of laddis L A D as most respected head deputy DA. Stephen k confirmed that in his opinion, at least two of these murders. Elizabeth short black Dahlia, and Jean French Red lipstick were solved head DA K went further indicating that if the person was still alive and had all witnesses still been available based on the evidence. He was confident that he would win the case in a jury trial, Tom. Hi, everybody. Hey, thanks for joining us. And okay, Dave, Dino, we've we changed. The course a little bit here. Steve we've had a supreme court justices on the show. Members of the supreme court on the show. Appellate justices trial. Judges lawyers who've done some great stuff. Thank everything has been all, but one show has always been in the civil arena. But Dave, Dino, this is the first time that we've gone into a much different aspect to the show. We might call this the film version of champions. Yes. Exactly. And. I know a little bit about this guest. And the reason I know a little bit about it is because when I mentioned that we had a chance to get him on the show Erica my wife who hit number one on the billboard charts. They denote pretty good. Eric has said to me. Oh, tom. I have both of his books. Very fascinating matter of fact, she's just don't you? Remember, I made you drive by some address several years ago. And I pointed out that that is the black Dahlia, what did you recall when that was where the or the address was yes, fifty one twenty one Franklin avenue was the are you talking about location of the body or the housing? Oh, the actual location was thirty ninth and Norton just south of Crenshaw. Right. And then the house was in Hollywood Hollywood on Franklin. Right. Yeah. So Erica was all over it. And while I have learned here over the past several days about our guest. Somebody else beat me to the punch. But okay, let's Steve let's figure this out a little bit here. You were I guess we go back to sixty three. And things change. It was gone from L A, confidential. And with changing a bit at this period of time. Right. Very much sometime de the L A confidential was was very real back then and it was part of my research and education about LAPD. Open my eyes to how very corrupt the department was back in the forties. I mean, it really was half. The cops are on the tank, and it was a lot of corruption everything from theft to basically murder and Parker came in in nineteen fifty. And so we're turning this around and moving forward. You know, obviously, I remember the movie LA confidential, and there is some truth in it wasn't there. There was a lot of truth in it. A lot of the the detective portrayals in that at that time period early. Fifties were spot on. Okay now. Then here we are in the sixties what motivated you to become a cop. Well, that's a good question. Basically. I. I was just right out of the military for years navy, and I was working at a hospital. I was a hospital Cormon in the service. So what do you do? I was an orderly at Kaiser and my new wife at the time said, look you can do better than this. Steve she said what about the cop? And I said cops oh dragnet. Joe Friday, that's cool and that could work. So next thing, you know, I'm taking the written in psychological and physical and next thing. You know, they're fending a badge on and saying go to the academy dragged. It was a very important show for Bill Parker. It really cemented with the LAPD was in the public consciousness. Totally turned the image of LAPD around a absolutely. Then you ended up in Hollywood, division sooner or later. Yeah. I worked basically back then in the early sixties you were on rotation. So you did a year at each division. So I did west L A and and Wilshire division, and then is and I wound up at Hollywood uniform. And then I work that for a couple of years and kept bugging them. And finally got into descends. Got out of uniform into a suit in sixty nine. What did you have any formal training on murder investigations? Or was this more all on the job sort of stuff? Mostly it was on the job training. You worked with senior partners senior detectives who had worked for twenty thirty years solving murders. So, you know, your best information came from the old school guys who really knew what they were doing. I know DNA DNA. No, that's that's been a curse of murderers. Dino that DNA that can be. Screw up a good alibi. Cursive, murderers and great impact on prosecutors. It's a little easier gays the murder of murder in this case. What was doubling down yet was so long ago? Nineteen forty seven. No possibility of any leftover DNA evidence. Well, oh, yes. Actually, there was lots of potential DNA that after I completed my investigation. I thought we would be this would be solved quickly by DNA because of the some of the and signatures that the killer did as we'll get into we tell the story. But there was a lot of potential for DNA. As a matter of fact, the DNA can last the DNA samples lasted hundreds in some cases, thousands of years in one of the ways anthropologists can now track population migrations history DNA that literally thousands of years old. So as long as you have organic matter that contains the right molecule, no matter how old it is. You can use it to identify. And like you identified I hit the bottom and things like that. That's right. Well, let's reminded that you're listening to champions of Justice with Tom Girardi and Howard Miller our guest today, author private investigator and retired LAPD detective. Steve Hodel Howard. But Dave mentioned the passage of time you start in sixty three at that point the black Dahlia murder is already sixteen years old. What is it about this unsolved crime in Los Angeles has had no lack of unsolved crimes over the years. What is it about this unsolved crime? That has made it such a center of of investigation and math. Well, that's a very good point. Howard. The A's will psyche is wrapped around this particular crime. It's without a doubt L as most. Infamous crime. And basically, I as I say at a number of things came together. I you had a beautiful young woman who came out to Hollywood to be discovered not an unusual story then on top of that you had the absolute horror of the crime scene. Abbadi a nude body posed surgically bisected at the waist. Posed on a waiting to be found. And then you had this name the black Dahlia, which came from some of the her friends that newer in Long Beach. There was a movie that came out called the blue dally nineteen forty six. With Alan Ladd and Veronica lake and that was a spin off on that they called she would come in. And it's very beautiful dark black hair and a flower in her hair, and they called her the black Dahlia so all of these things. Okay. D- Stefan, you're line. Sure. But that's where the black Dahlia part came from other words, this was not a name that was given to the murder afterwards. This is what she was known as she was alive. Her for her close friends at the soda fountain in Long Beach, called the black Dahlia, and after this film that had just come out that summer. And then, of course, the other big thing was the timing. This was nineteen forty seven. This was the last big print story before television was just about to take over. And this was literally headlines for thirty five days front page, it went viral and basically nationwide, and so all of those things came together to make a incredible mystery story that. Ultimately, became far stranger the truth became first stranger-than-fiction where where was she from? She was from Medford Massachusetts a small town just outside of Boston. She was twenty two. She came out in a initially came out here in forty three. And. Like, I say with you know, maybe stars in her eyes hopes of dreams to become something. But really she was that's that's part of the myth. She really was looking for Lieutenant right? She wanted to fall in love with a military guy and live happily ever after this was the warriors. And as so many actresses, they all came to California came to Hollywood, and they all ended up being servers in restaurants, basically, while they're trying to get an interview or a shot or whatever. Yeah. Her her employment record was very thin. Actually, she kind of lived hand to mouth through friends lived off friends stayed with French kind of crash pad type things bounced around but mostly in Hollywood up until just before her. Kidnapping and murder which was in December. She went along the she went to San Diego for about a month. And what about your connection? I mean you joined the department at sixty three. What is it that got you personally interested in looking at what then was a cold case? Well, it it didn't come. Then. I was long retired. When I got sucked into the story. I knew about the black Dalli, of course, was one of the famous unsolved. I didn't even know the victim's name, and it was fifteen years before my time, and I was more concerned with the president in the future. Moving forward. And so it wouldn't be until I retired. Actually, it wouldn't be until nineteen ninety nine. I've been retired thirteen years before I would be come pulled into this and sucked into it here. Now, fifty two years after the cave. That's right. Okay. I'm gonna break. I'm not gonna talk about the bright black Dahlia anymore. Until I ask you another question..

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"And this is champions of Justice. This is the program that takes you behind the scenes with those who make the laws and those who protect your rights through the rule of law. Your hosts are attorney Thomas Girardi and attorney Howard Miller Thomas Girardi is the founding partner of the law firm of Girardi keys known for passionate litigation of corporate giants on behalf of aggrieved individuals use a member of the California state bar trial, lawyer hall of fame, and is widely regarded by his peers as one of the nation's top trial lawyers. Howard Miller is the immediate past president of the state bar of California and a member of Girardi and keys specializing in the areas of patents and other intellectual property, litigation antitrust and general complex commercial litigation. They are champions of Justice for the little guy each week. We hear this informative and entertaining our bringing clarity to the headline generating legal challenges of the day. And today, we have a murder. Mystery. Our guest is Steve hotel, a former LAPD detective he handled over three hundred separate murder investigations and had one of the department's highest solved rates. He retired from the LAPD in one thousand nine hundred eighty six Steve's first book black Dahlia avenger a genius for murder was published in two thousand three with new updated investigative chapters added to the HarperCollins paperback edition in two thousand four and two thousand six black. Dahlia avenger is a New York Times bestseller, a New York Times most notable book and was nominated by the mystery writers of America for an Edgar award in the best fact crime category. It investigates and purports to solve one of the most notorious and high profile unsolved crimes of the twentieth. Century, the nineteen forty seven brutal murder of twenty two year old Elizabeth short in nineteen forty seven California's infamous black Dahlia murder inspired the largest manhunt in Los Angeles history, despite an unprecedented allocation of money and manpower police investigators failed to identify the psychopath, responsible for the sadistic, murder and mutilation. Decades later, Steve Hodel launched his own investigation into the grisly unsolved crime. And it led him to a shockingly. Unexpected perpetrator Mr. hotel second book is even bolder in its subject matter and conclusion in the book, titled most evil, he discusses the shocking new revelations that have come to light since authoring black Dahlia avenger with twenty four years of experience investigating homicides as we said as an LAPD detective, he instinctively knew that if the perpetrator was capable of that level of cruelty. It probably did not begin or end with black Dahlia, Mr. hotel has devoted the last decade to examining the evidence of the killers fascinating and mysterious life. His findings indicate that the person was among the most prolific serial killers in history beginning as a young man and continue. Doing to kill throughout his long life of ninety one years among his crimes are dozens of unsolved. Murder cases. Stretching back sixty years. A brief history of Steve hotels life. He was born and raised in Los Angeles or four years as a medic in the US navy and joined the Los Angeles Police Department in nineteen sixty three after six years in uniform patrol he transferred to Hollywood division. Detectives where he worked all of the tables burglary robbery auto theft, juvenile crimes against persons and then permanently was assigned to the homicide detail during his career as a Hollywood homicide detective Steve was promoted through the ranks to detective three. And that is the highest attainable rank in detectives, Mr. hotel has said that the black Dahlia murder was not a standalone crime, all southern California law enforcement agencies, Los Angeles police. Department Los Angeles sheriff's department and the district attorney's investigators were aware and actively investigating at least five other murders as probably connected, Mr. hotel has dubbed these the Los Angeles lone woman murders, and according to Steve all of these murders were committed by one man, Steve Odell does not know how many murders were committed by this person. However, he believes that from nineteen forty three to nineteen forty nine the killer committed somewhere between seven and twenty serial murders in the Los Angeles and southern California area. Mr. hotel breaks down these suspected murderers into separate categories, deficits, probables and possibles. And then to wrap up this introduction in a letter included in black Dahlia avengers original publication in two thousand three one of ladders L A D as most respected head deputy DA. Stephen k confirmed that in his opinion, at least two of these murders. Elizabeth short black Dahlia, and Jean French Red lipstick were solved head DA K went further indicating that if the person was still alive and had all witnesses still bene- vailable based on the evidence. He was confident that he would win the case in a jury trial, Tom. Hi, everybody. Hey, thanks for joining us. And okay, Dave, Dino, we've changed the course a little bit here. Steve we've had a supreme court justices on the show. Members of the supreme court on the show. Appellate justices trial. Judges lawyers who've done some great stuff think everything has been all. But one show has always been in the civil arena. But Dave, Dino, this is the first time that we've gone into a much different aspect of the show. We might call this. The film wa version of champions. Yes. Exactly. And. I know a little bit about this guest. And the reason I know a little bit about him is because when I mentioned that we had a chance to get him on the show Erica my wife who hit number one on the billboard charts. They denote pretty good. Eric has said to me. Oh, tom. I have both of his books. Very fascinating matter of fact, is don't you? Remember, I made you drive by some address oh several years ago. And I pointed out that that is the black Dahlia, what did you recall when that was where the or the address was fifty one Twenty-one Franklin avenue was the are you talking about location, the body the or the housing, oh, the actual location was thirty ninth and Norton just south Crenshaw? Right. And then the house was in Hollywood in Hollywood on Franklin. Right. Yeah. So Erica was all over it. And while I have learned here over the past several days about our guest. Somebody else beat me to the punch, but okay, let's Stieglitz for you this album little bit here. You were. I guess we go back to sixty three. And things change. It was gone from L A, confidential. And with changing a bit at this period of time. Right. Very much sometime de the LA confidential was was very real back, then and it was part of my research and education about LAPD. Opened my eyes to how very corrupt the department was back in the forties. I mean, it really was half. The cops are on the take. And it was a lot of corruption everything from theft to basically murder and Parker came in in nineteen fifty. And so we're turning this around and moving forward. You know, obviously, I remember the movie LA confidential. And there was some truth in it wasn't there. There was a lot of truth in it. A lot of the the the detective portrayals in that at that time period. Nearly fifties were spot on. Okay now. Then here we are in the sixties what motivated you to become a cop. Well, that's a good question. Basically. I was just right out of the military for years. The navy and I was working at a hospital. I was a hospital Cormon in the service. So what do you do? I was an orderly at Kaiser and my new wife at the time said, look you can do better than this. Steve she said what about the cop? And I said cops oh dragnet show Friday, that's cool and that could work. So next thing, you know, I'm taking written in psychological and physical and next thing in other finning a badge on me and saying go to the academy drag that was a very important show for Bill Parker. It really cemented with the LAPD was in the public consciousness. Totally turned the image of LAPD around. Absolutely. Then you ended up in Hollywood, division sooner or later. Yeah. I I worked basically back then in the early sixties you were on rotation. So you did a year at each division. So I did west L A and and Wilshire division, and then is and I wound up at Hollywood uniform. And then I work that for a couple of years. And kept bugging them. And finally got into guy. Got out of the uniform into a suit in sixty nine. What did you have any formal training on murder investigations? Or was this more all on the job sort of stuff mostly it was on the job training? You know, you worked with senior partners senior detectives who had worked for twenty thirty years solving murders. So, you know, your best information came from the old school guys who really knew what they were doing. No, DNA DNA. No, that's that's been a curse of murders. Dino that DNA that can. Screw up a good alibi. Cursor murderers and great impact on prosecutors. It's a little easier gays the murder of the murder in this case, what was dubbed black. Dahlia was so long ago. Nineteen forty seven. No possibility of any leftover DNA evidence. Well, oh, yes. Actually, there was lots of potential DNA that after I completed my investigation. I thought we would be this would be solved quickly by DNA. Because of the some of the MO and signatures that the killer did as we'll get into. We tell the story. But there was a lot of potential for DNA. As a matter of fact that the NA can last their DNA samples that have lasted hundreds in some cases, thousands of years in one of the ways anthropologists can now track population migrations is through DNA that literally thousands of years old. So as long as you have Ganic matter that contains the right molecule, no matter how old it is. You can use it to identify things. And like you identify a hippopotamus and things like that. That's right. Well, let's remind that you're listening to champions of Justice with Tom Girardi in Howard Miller, our guest today, author private investigator and retired LAPD detective. Steve Hodel Howard. But Dave mentioned the passage of time you start at sixty three at that point the black Dahlia murder is already sixteen years old. What is it about this unsolved crime in Los Angeles has had no lack of unsolved crimes over the years. What is it about this unsolved crime? That has made it such a center of of investigation and myth. Well, that's a very good point the L A's psyche is wrapped around this particular crime. It's without a doubt L as most. Infamous crime. And basically, I as I say at a number of things came together. I you had a beautiful young woman who came out to Hollywood to be discovered not an unusual story then on top of that you had the absolute horror of the crime scene. Abbadi a nude body posed surgically bisected at the waist posed on a waiting to be found. Then you had this name the black Dahlia, which came from some of the her friends at newer in Long Beach. There was a movie that came out called the blue Dahlia in nineteen forty six. With Alan Ladd and Veronica lake and that was a spin off on that they called she would come in. And it's very beautiful dark black hair and a flower in her hair, and they called her the black Dahlia so all of these things. Okay, d-. I don't mean Stefan, you're line shirt. But that's where the black Dahlia part came from. In other words, this was not a name that was given to the murder afterwards. This is what she was known as she was alive. Her for her close friends at the soda fountain in Long Beach, called the black Dahlia, and after this film that had just come out that summer. And then, of course, the other big thing was the timing. This was nineteen forty seven. This was the last big print story before television was just about to take over. And this was literally headlines for thirty five days front page, it went viral and basically nationwide, and so all of those things came together to make a incredible mystery story that. Ultimately, became far stranger the truth became first stranger-than-fiction where where was she from? She was from Medford Massachusetts a small town just outside of Boston. She was twenty two. She came out in initially came out here in forty three. And like I say with stars in our eyes hopes of dreams to become something. But really she was that's that's part of the myth. She really was looking for a Lieutenant, right? She wanted to fall in love with a military guy and live happily ever after this was the warriors. And and so many actresses they all came to California came to Hollywood, and they all ended up being servers in restaurants, basically, while they're trying to get an interview or a shot or whatever. Yeah. Her employment record was very thin. Actually, she kind of lived hand to mouth through friends lived off friends stayed with French kind of crash pad type things bounced around but mostly in Hollywood. Up until just before her kidnapping and murder, which was in December. She went along the she went to San Diego for about a month..

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