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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

05:58 min | Last week

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

"I am a fitness fanatic fitness of it. So i'm always working on Stretch on the tennis. And i'd had back injuries all my life so i think every way to get it better keep movie so i can play sports. I wanna play pal. Paneth's wanna play so. I try to figure everything in my older age. And it's a lot of stretching lot weights lacrosse trained spin class or do run. I the tennis. Do you know everything combined. But it's not a chore for me. I love it. I love a fuel. You get the endurance. You get a lot. Just walk around. Yeah i think that's one of the biggest things that i noticed one of things i love about the podcast. Adri matteo tomorrow. One of the world's best allies the next day. Some guys like when i when i chat and talk and things kind of learning see that again. It's just like basketball or swimming or tennis or anything. Like the mental. Toughness is so huge right because the what separates golf is a great example..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

05:45 min | Last week

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

"That was my justice gambling side on a golf course but we had florida. We're best plant cash games at every stop. We went all over the world. He was just a fun fun gun now and then go martin unbelievable. She is such a charming person and most honest person. Fun person as well so honored and so happy had her always man. Yes congrats The podcast as well in always radiant very bubbly in great to have a for sure. She's she's awesome. So that's the agreed in coney. He's the podcast. The puskas podcast that. Give me these guys. These are the legendary all just such core great people so it is a really you can tell they do a good job role. Poke into release screens in. Takes care of who they bring in their very careful. That just got lucky. Adam lease away. Implicit a-plus janney hires creepy. Tony doing a phenomenal job. He's a great person. Nice person honest person never looking to be in the in the love that i was really real person. And he's in because he's such a smart poker player very articulate and a guy to to work for sure and and you an ice. I did the show World poker tour king of We did some film in the studio. I think the same one you guys using. Could you explain to people how the filming works. Because you're not you're not always like on the stops per se in that. Did that change at some point. You're doing some green screen or studio washing. You could sort of explain how that works in winter you there in winter you in the studio last year and a half was the code with the but we have been there. Say hey to change to be there usually before that and we plan to do right after this is get back to the studio wherever she to the casino to east sports arena set up and be there because there was one season back in season nine or ten and lipscomb said you know what we're not gonna travel you guys no one's gonna notice we don't care if you don't have to be there and that year we said fine. We did by greece. Rain in la. But it wasn't the same. I think the players language that will there that were that might that up playing may be the hanging out there the final. That's a big thing. So james that you said we'll be back there. It's important thing back there. Ever since i think you feel show and then they edited it together and then they put it on. Music comes out three or four months later. You know for sure okay. I know you're i know you're very tight on time. So let's try to get a couple of questions from everyone here and then we'll give away the ticket that guy james telling me when one more will go a few and then you gotta buzau dear. So let's let's take a couple right here again. Why don't i take advantage. You can do it. Get into the five k. Nine five thirty five k. Fifty mega satellite five thirty on sunday party. But you must play a face to get through kansas by five thirty. So let's go for a few or do you have to go like along perfect. Okay do you think this. Global pandemic is going to change poker long-term her shirt short-term will increase in online brezler ring events. Stay just can use some comments here from craig. Leonard thoughts on how. This is going to impact poker going forward. I think it's proven that it's only going to help poker because people say hey..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

04:03 min | Last week

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

"You. It's it's you know part of it. Too new generational wealth ben made and also in bitcoin. Just to give you like there's nineteen i think. Twenty one million coins or something in like three four five nine or lost or one along. There's never been touched. They don't know where it is if you think about how. Many millionaires are on the world. It's like you have one. Like i have a feeling that in five ten twenty years from now it'll be like wow you have one. Bitcoin like if you have one bitcoin. You're like wow 'cause like it could be two million coin. One nine coin at some point again fracture. Either you want to buy one hundred dollars of bitcoin. You can get it. You can hold one hundred dollars in bitcoin on need one bitcoin but again i think that if you look at the millionaires in the world and you think oh wow one bitcoin. There's not enough like even close for everyone to have one. So i don't know it's it's a weird Let's let's let's dive diverse away. But that's my thoughts in die. At tony's definitely on to something i want to i want to ask about the sa- this bat because profits are so big in poker. I'm sure you know it looks like you are. I didn't know the exact story. You're telling me that this is Seventies to vegas so this was a based on a true story. Could you maybe filming in what happened. What is this you did this yourself at one point and this is a movie about that. This is a movie about Faced on the truth of my home game they got bigger and not all some of its fictionalized but one of the things over the years. We didn't make a lot of crazy profits. Make half bets on in basketball that. Give me six shots to make it. You know thirty thousand bucks and you know. I finally got down with only before you know those crops jobbing over fences. I did a lot of property. I love that put myself up in a prop. The props was challenged. Can you walk from la. This is back in the mid nineties. Late night l. A. to las vegas in seven days. And i was playing a lot of tana's feedback that and i took the for half a million a true story. I'm not a state by act. What happened with his matings. It so it's fictionalized but that's the idea. I wanted to make a film about story. But i didn't want to be bad. Be about the poker hand at the end or the world series of the poke into about puppets and enjoy and the entertainment gambling poker. And puppets are fun and everybody gets together with like big kids. So that song idea of lists. I'm gonna make the belief that's the piece that's going to be the center of the peace. Annie meek that bat and the all go to see whether he could make it or not at seventy six. So.

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

03:44 min | Last week

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

"How you you must. I like it. I'm a big believer in it. I'm working on a couple projects as well as crypto punks. Have you heard of these things. These i keep talking about. It's actually icon on twitter if you take a look avatar. That's one crypto pump. So just to give you. This is a rabbit hole of just gonna tell you real quickly to give you an idea. How crazy this is so this this particular thing. Now they're paying wins and rugs and rocks at one point two million dollar theory and rock which is a pepper rock. There's a whole thousand. These are selling for three hundred grand or more mike mcdonald. I'm sure you timex right. So he posted last week or two weeks ago on twitter and he said i'll pay you right now. Anyone who wants you give out today so you could bet my. I don't know the maximum. Let's just say ten grand keep it. Simple Mike will give you ten thousand dollars right now. Okay he'll just hand you ten grand but his rock is picture of a rock of an a theory you know jay pack is ever in the loop he he tax at the louvre. If it's ever put inside of the lou helping you pay him ten to one. So we'll give you ten grand today but if it ever gets listed you pay one hundred. That's how confidence in the lou museum. So he's blake looks so my brother-in-law donated He gifted the first ever crypto punks. Show you guys right now. So look this this avatar right there. Okay this thing is so this this this little this little picture here. This is one of ten thousand so in june of twenty seventeen. Okay hear me out. This is crazy. You're not gonna believe this june twenty seventeen. They made this company called larva labs. They made ten thousand of these. They gave away nine thousand so like anyone could go there the website they did promotions ltd per wallet. You could claim okay for free june. Two thousand seventeen. They kept it thousand. They gave away nine thousand today. Guess what the minimum price of one of those going for today. Today the minimum. You can even buy a minimum floor as.

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

05:36 min | Last week

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

"But i think the fantasies more rewarding because you earn the best that we don't get there's no lock in ball and you take it home and you're superiority of their athleticism. So i think i know her. Okay okay. that's honest. I like that. What about being a be known as the okay. You can be known as one of the best actors of all time best. Poker players are players multi everything and everyone. Where where are you going. That took the acting who cares about that. Barack was in the obviously are stacked reactors brand but it's to subject could be a great actor that doesn't even work out the window. It would be to make it. Hasn't great poker player like you have like helping is doing and mike sexton did these guys. I give a lot of respect for them especially because When they get older they're not giving that respect. So i give to but overall the tennis you deserve it and i think that's the cruise. The most might are trying to feel out your tennis love. It seems that you've got the real love it. That's as close to your heart. That's that's fair. i gotta ask you. How did you get selected for the world poker for because you so. You have macaroni. People do when you're doing a high stakes game. Did you might know each other before this. Like in two thousand three. When did you actually meet. Mike's eight on. I go to the world series at binion's and that and i met my ninety and he's very nice juice myself mike sexton he knew father was an acting. And then i have my game going. See my for eight or nine years and then by father used to do the world series when he didn't show the car. It's like a ninety. Six ninety seven nolan washed right on my folic acid. He couldn't do it. Ninety been selected. You what we know as a player used around the espn or ninety eight one. We're starting win one it. I was commentating. They're watching it anyway. Phone and thousand one world tocqueville was be. They had mike sex and he was going to help get the money. They didn't have the second guy. And i came to their mind and i walked in there and looking for you bought a block and wasn't many people game at hosted or did commentary. I did little boat and had the acting thing going on. So i was i. Guess the perfect guy to do it with mike and mike in i became best friends from that because we have so many things in common we hoped is everything i thinks and low life and very similar so we integrate some in case i get it. You are skeptical when you heard. We're we're all poker tour mike. Raising the money are helping. The you're doing this thing and this product like you said you'd like this could be one or two episodes..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

03:38 min | Last week

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

"Now that i'm off the circuit doing my thing and it's a lot easier. Tennis seems like one of those things that people some sports. You train your whole life installed tennis like i i know. Some people have picked up in their fifties or forties sixties in a big. They win some tournaments or they get some training and stuff so it seems like it's four where you can actually hop in almost any sorta like poker is that is that fair to say tennis's well i think that's to say you know that's a great thing about play and social but i think tennis no you can't get fifty and you start hurting a little bit. You're gonna pull it back now. This game of pickle goal. i played paddle tax. That was too. I love paddle tennis. You sell for fastest growing for america. We'll get a build on her property to build a table. What does it say. Molly white wants to play people older. So i'm that bandwidth that's great. I love pickle ball and powell with love to a some time house. it's a little less probably a skill. Different in tennis. Ri- richard that to like playing ten or twenty blind turbos than like deep sacked. Right leg of mini played tennis pregnant across crush me but maybe in pickle or paddle. It's a little different. It's also tighter. Less movements was probably a little bit easier to skill gap out. Imagine that's true but it seems that way right like about tennis there slur to this they might be one lucky break or to match. The better player will win ninety nine percent of the time. And it's so pure in that's beautiful and also they have the atp computers so that if you are good enough you will get there. So there's no popularity contest. There's no snobbery purity of tennis. that's what i loved about it by poker. It's not that way. Yes edgy will beat certain players but still a lot of things can go wrong. Poke you could run out of money. You could have banned night. Tilt i mean you still running variables right so there's more perhaps in the long run in ochre thank right mcenroe and defeat guys like that like the first time riyadi kind of establish when you beat him. They shake your hands. Like wow nice plane was kinda like just like you know he's like is kind of like a whatever. I got lucky tired. Kind of attitude and walked off. Johnny mak sane. Biggest competitor ever him in congress. These guys wouldn't get you spit. And for good reason. They working ways up there. They had that they were the biggest in the game. And if you came on the date thought they were going to beat you and if you had a match with them they would do anything to distract you all games. Which should that's cool and jain that tried to do that. And five times that people twice a lawsuit so crutchley and he's just but there was some payton ashes there and he'd pulled all stuff but for the matter said i'm not gonna let one thing get to me when he starts doing these things with the embarrassed. I'm going to be so strong mentally. I'm gonna walk. I'm gonna be like that. And that's why i got through that and deliver bothering. That's today is great. He's a good guy. Were frenzy doing a great job of commentary so x forty years but after like get over. You guys are good now. that's cool. What if you could choose winning a tennis tournament to a poker tournament what you would you take more fulfilling the malay major like a world. I mean don't know say a different series because we're all focused towards the beano the pinnacle. Let's like a safe. Say you win a five hundred million same million to you to win a million dollar tournaments in tennis or poker. Would you choose. I would have to say bully one..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

04:40 min | Last week

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

"Genius. That was the word it was my tongue. I would love to have him on as well because then to take that. Chance gets on the travel channel. I mean just looking back at some of those footage even now the graphics now at sewing ball like that all the stuff they show and the stats and cause some of those old footage. I didn't really know how blinds players had. Or what the chippewa sources but like. It was so widely. Mike phrases and you guys together. It's so genuine that must have been like the ultimate high right so like see all three or four we need you know it wasn't gonna be two three four five. Did you know that you know after season one we like. Wow this is gonna be me for the next twenty years or at least are doing is still like you aren't sure. When did you know it was a staple. This was here to stay. We use a huge hit because when it first came out in the next day or the second day of renal. I came out at people walking around going. You guys want to own. We love this show. And then we heard on radio shows and tv people citing this world poker tour so there was a buzz still thought of might have faded away in four or five years. Who knew instantly on. We'll go in his feet in twenty starting in january phenomena. And i gotta ask you. Because i know so mike actually now called the sexton the which is amazing to tonner him and i actually was there in montreal calling on the livestream not the for the montreal. He won which is just amazing that he actually won the wpa because he didn't play much into and you as well now. Are you able to as well. Because that's like as you love poker you got all these amazing stops over the years but a lot of times. You can't actually play did that. Does that bother you do you. Do you like itching to hop in and whatever or or is it kind of like are you okay with that okay. So for the first. Eight years steve lipscomb. Our boss said i don't want to you guys plan just commented we were playing mike and mike replay. My game plan for big money. Beverly hills all night long and then the next day will jordan but we died because we saw was right there. We're and you said no. You can't do a look collusion. Perhaps we'll look after eight years eight or nine years. He took it. I said you know what guys go ahead. You wouldn't be what. Mike generated mike playboy. The name might play about eight. I only play one or two. Maybe just because i lost interest of grinding. I'm not really a tournament play. I don't like the long game as as you know so. I'm not into it as much. And i was just kind of faded away now. Just in commentary hosting with ak. I'll play some cash games occasion but mike loved it and for might score like that and win. Montreal was phenomenal because people ruling guys over fifty out on. You can't play your dinosaur sexton you know. And his results the amount about a tournament play were phenomenal and he just as i said how you doing it. And he goes well. I just adjust just a little bit. He just adjusted and when he doing commentating he'd be watching those players taking notes in the in his mind but how they place. I think that helped him to..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

02:01 min | Last week

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Jeff Gross Flow Show

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"vince van patten" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"vince van patten" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"So I wanNA make a comeback. I really do It's all just keeping the body together so I can play. I love singles. I love doubles. I like the workout of singles and and the strategy behind it so I'm looking to play more. Maybe try to get back into some national tournaments from age. What do we say ten tennis in the morning tennis in the morning the track in the afternoon tennis in the morning poker in the evening racing in the afternoon on jump into the ice cold plunge pool get his jacket on and go to Santa Anita Racetrack. That was his life. He has anyone who grew up with eight is enough. what will be surprised have to hear that but this is great so seventies to. Vegas is is out. Did you say you could get you on Amazon prime. You said just WANNA be sure out seven days Vegas out in select theaters theaters in certain cities but it's on Amazon and it's on Itunes and red box everywhere now. It's going to be spread. Everywhere just came out three days ago and it's doing terrific again. It's the hangover meets the sting Seventies Vegas. Please rent it or by a check it out 'cause it is it's a blast it is great for anybody who likes action and EH and fun and excitement and the con who doesn't like those three make you can make a tennis moving next. I want the Vince Van Patten movie to the kid who's hitting balls against the wall to studio. Latin doesn't play junior tennis and beat John McEnroe and pro tournaments. I want that movie next. Wow Okay I'll try to. Hey No so became did do the documentary entertainment idea but it's a lot of work and you. GotTa going back in time but thank you for the compliment and we could use a good tennis movie for sure. That's that'll it'll happen all right great. Thanks thanks thanks so much seventies to Vegas. We will put all the links on the show page and good luck with it but manned can't think about that tennis. That's that's a classic. It's a good one even guy. I didn't even go into it but I have some more stuff but we're really like underdog things that are all true and so yeah I like this. Kinda show that when when it's true because then it inspires others to do they can do anything you know possibly so I will think about that and thanks so what's happening on the show all right good luck. Thanks all right thanks to our guest. Vince van Patten for stopping by a little bit of a different type of podcast this this week thanks as always to Jamie and we will have another guest next week. Thanks everyone listening in subscribe. Send your comments. Thanks everyone for listening to have a we'll do it again on a total. Mike.

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"vince van patten" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

13:18 min | 2 years ago

"vince van patten" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"On the set of love boat and gunsmoke helped you when you're out there on the court or these two separate sports islas. I think key enacting you gotta have great concentration focus. You gotTa be good. You gotta be talented to and and you've got to take those nerves and put them behind you. You know so that you can be involved in part tennis. You've people can hit the ball. People hit Great warm-up people can play great during the middle of match but at the end of the day they have the guts and the heart to execute the big shot at the right time because we all know oh it is one by one or two big points you know maybe get unlucky and miss that line that day and that'll make the difference against another great player but it takes the guts. It's in the heart to not choke. I think most players are GONNA get tight. It's only the top top players that don't they get tight but they know how to execute under that tightness so I always felt like I would come up with a big shot and I always remind myself to on the bigger point even move fast. Get my legs moving faster. Do One thing so. I don't know I think I think a lot of luck to that a lot of similarities what I'll I'll name drop. I've gotten friendly with with Ralph Macho and before four he did karate kid he was on eight is enough and speaks glowingly of your dad. He says he was Tom Bradford on eight hundred off was was was your dad. He said Your Your Dad in real. Life was basically the same figure who who was great with him but I I'm curious what your dad made of this who obviously was anchored in entertainment and so making and What was it like for him when you said you know what I'm GonNa put this acting thing on hold and I'm going to go chase points in in Tokyo okay of this month? He wasn't even aware of it. Really I mean he was just like Oh. Yes sure do whatever you want great father first of all so to say and but the best because life healy acted so he could run to the racetrack and bet the horses and have fun jump into the ocean and play tennis. I mean his whole thing was tennis in the morning poker in the evening racing in the afternoon and he used to sing that every day while he was playing tennis to watch. Let's sing that little so he loves life. He loved it acting but it did love his act. He did his acting so he could do those things anyway where he put us on the tennis in his court. We'd be hanging out as young kids at the public courts watching him play and he was hack. He did it just because I mean he he. He learned his serve at the International House House of pancakes. I mean there was that bad he would just shop but he would beat good players he would aggravate the because of steady game but along the way he never believe that myself and my brother who was also a ATP ranked player 'cause really make digging tennis and why should he. You know we didn't have unbelievable junior results or anything like that but once okay did make it out there it became a whole different animal he couldn't believe that he was shocked and he would show up at all the big matches and and everything but I you got carried away after a while because then he got so into it and I was doing on on the search of that I remember walking off at the US Open one time after practicing for about hours drenched with sweat and he goes oh so vinnie quitting. I said when you when I'm done with my brothers some day he goes. Oh Oh okay. You sure you shouldn't be out there more. I said no dad I practiced a lot. Actually I'm exhausted yeah that's okay but I noticed that you'll hand creek is unquote eleven. He he's been out there a little bit longer. They carry way but he did it in love. It wasn't like a crazy father. That way is wanting to do he thought being. You know what's better but listen. He also was a degenerate gambler. He loved gambling. He taught me how to gamble and read the racing form and play poker at age eight on top of everything else and I was paying his poker game when I was fifteen and sixteen so he taught me many good things about life. He loved life. he was terrific is that you did did your time on the poker. Tour and seven days to Vegas sort of is a love letter to the world degenerate gambling where it all started with Tom Bradford Yeah John. I'll tell you yeah he told me poker then when I came back from the tennis circuit in my thirties and forties. I started up a polk gig. He's always good at poker her. I loved it and it became in the San Fernando Valley in. La became a big game started becoming this big underground game and it was a lot of fun was he's ups and downs and I made this movie called Seven Days Vegas about this game that grew and it's not about poker at all it was about the players the players that played with would bigger than life. They were fun people and we would bet on anything now. Here's the thing I love the Johndroe of movies about gambling and hustlers and all that just love it but I usually they go to a very dark side and it's not that exciting to me. My life and gambling is completely different. I saw fun. I made bets that I couldn't believe we had laughs. We had ups we had danced and this craziest bet that I ever made and it's in the movie is that my character is character that I play called Duke Madsen and has to walk from. La To Vegas two hundred and eighty miles in seven days really everybody in the Party and the all follow him to see if he's he's GonNa fail or not and that Seventies Vegas. I like to describe it as a hangover meets the sting and it's out there right now on Vod. I tuned in Amazon so everybody could see it and it's doing very well and devoting less five years of getting this feel made and it's finally done and it's getting great reviews which Roper is raving about it film critic so so that's that's how this is happening by the way part of its fictionalized so people say oh. Did you exactly do the best. I you know I made this. I'm not going to get details away. but it's a terrific movie called. Seven Days Vegas and you can get it now. Let's let's be clear to you. You wrote this and you start in it. Yeah I started my brother. Jimmy's he's also in it my wife Eileen Davidson from housewives of Beverly Hills and and younger wrestlers my wife she's great in it. Ross McCall Don Stark a Lotta Great Ensemble cast we had a blast making it and it's out there for the world to see I just showed it to premiere in las the biggest to all the big poker players like the Bronson's doyle and Todd Bronson. They love the film so even if you're not a gambler you'll appreciate it because it's about colorful characters big life. It's about hustles and cons and fun and that's the world of gambling I know and that's what I wanted to show so wrote this in writing partner. Steve Alber and like I said you can get a Amazon itunes today. It is doing terrific and it's a lot of fun to Oh. You GotTa get some tennis in there. Did you how'd you how'd you like working with your wife. Agenda love it and she's a top actress two weeks okay so she's one and so scripted. We have all done about shooting five weeks and I go okay honey. We have some good scenes between us. You know can we. Let's run. These lines really Kinda work. She goes what what running anyways so I go to the set all of a sudden she was either. You know like well. What do you mean no. That's not the way I work now. I'm kind out of a little bit but we didn't rehearse because she's the kind of actress that needs to do it on the set. I like to grind away knicks it up and do that so we do go to the A set. We did rehearse and probably doing that but she's a character. She's great in the movie. She plays my wife who is actually in on the whole thing she helps helps make the phone calls and all that stuff and I would say whether I won't give story points away about how she feels about the walk to Vegas but she's great in the picture and the funny thing also along the way you have to cut at the end of the day you gotta cut scenes to make the thing fly and I came home one day realizing a couple Marsin. We need to edit a little bit and she before I could even open my mouth because I know what you're gonNA say. You'RE GONNA say you'RE GONNA cut some of my scenes. I said well you know he was do it. I don't care she goes. Just make the best move you can't use. I don't care about anything like that so she's wonderful that way and she's a great actress and it's nice to get to you know have your wife you know being the movie and and act with each other. C. Two things I see that it's it's ninety two minutes so you you pared that down pretty good yeah yeah. I hate movies that keep going on and on and I always feel like even great directors. UK guys taken a little bit more out of their so my brother and I we did the final edit. We just like to Titan Titan Titan so yeah you know so. You can't even get popcorn. That's that's the kind of movie I like. I just see you know. Just keep them seats. Keep them entertained. Make it fly. Don't take it too seriously. No self-indulgence and that's what seven days does is you gotta you. GotTa tighten up. IMDB page says was rumored in the tablets to be romantically linked to Farah Fawcett in the nineteen seventies that started because they shared a love for playing league tennis. I'm glad tennis page but how long it take you to shoot it okay so we did. Seventy Vegas in eighteen days which is not too much and we took it out afterwards and said you know what we need. Some great desert shots. We need drawn shouts. We extra scenes so we went out to the desert for a five extra days and we did some more stuff so basically twenty three days h Indian Wells. Let me let me ask a question about It sounds like you you like me. We like games of chance and sounds like you you go fairly libertarian on on prop bets and tennis's discovering a a big market for wagering but that sort of balances with integrity issues so a how much gambling went on when you played in B. thoughts thoughts in general about how sports can capitalize on the unpredictability in the fun in gambling but also T. Tennessee had some integrity issues like other sports and it seems like uh-huh persistent challenge for for the sport. What do you think yeah. It's a tricky subject yeah. I would love to bed on tennis and I'm good handicapper. Once I put my mind to Tennyson Tennyson. Most Expos are going to be but I think the what was it for the first time when you were when you were playing with their yeah when I was playing I I love poker of course and I would bet I'd go to every tournament that had a racetrack back around it. My father would always say you're going to be in Cincinnati. Okay there's river downs right around. He's got to go down so recess okay everything he said so. I would go to the racetrack around on the ATP tennis tournament. That's true which was fun by also did bring a set of chips and two decks of cards with me in case I get a poker game going very tough back. Then Ken flack he recently passed a great doubles player and a great guy he would play Robertson Guzzo. I get him at a poker game. Donnelly Brad Gilbert a little bit my buddy Brad you know so I did scrounge up a little game but the guys never really took to it back then. No one really really understood poker actually played one charity rock and roll tennis tournament in Atlanta and Johnny Mack was in the back and I wound up you guys WanNa play poker okay so McEnroe. We were all playing poker in the back and mack was pretty good. Mac was pretty good but generally speaking I couldn't get a good poker the game going no one dead on their matches like in practice. I would love to have a little action to pump you up a little bit more but that just didn't happen now coming to. I know there's a big line out. There and people are betting all the time. I think it's terrific and the first few years we're doing it like twelve thirteen years ago. I was seeing some overlays and really good Betson. I was betting with them and I I did quite well and then he wised up. I don't know who they got in there but they got some great handicapper working for them and now they're very very tough spreads and the middle as you know if you're in the middle is just too big for betting tennis to make some money so it's a tricky proposition but it's fun to have a little money on on a bet so I hope they can and clean it up and sure will because I think it might be good for the game not me. I think it's something every sport is is wrestling with Tennessee's a little individual individual sports are always going to be trickier than team sports but what what's your relationship with the sport now. Do you play you go. You go into wells. What's worse tend to sort of figure in your I think first of all I love watching it. It's better than ever. These guys have so much respect for them their insurance their flexibility what they do and how the hitting the balls out there amazing. I love the play. I've had some issues with my knees and back and forth. I never had any surgeries. I just don't want to go that way but I'm finally okay. I play a lot of paddle tennis in Venice Beach in California and I'm starting to play tennis. Brad Gilbert now lives in my neighborhood. I old buddy my fear playing twice a week. We hit for about forty five minutes and then get get the heck off the court. We don't want to bore each other out the too long..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"vince van patten" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"Vince Van Patten former top twenty five player beat John McEnroe also an actor for more than fifty years has been in everything from love boat to Baywatch and he has a new film out that he wrote in Stars in seven days to Vegas not tennis film but a fun film. That's got awesome nice reviews and we're GONNA be talking about tennis. We're GONNA be talking about the entertainment industry and good all around conversation with a real character Vince van Patten. Let's let's bring them in now. Where where am I getting. Where are you? I'm in Los Angeles. You're up early. I appreciate you know get up early. I get up at six. Am Anyhow so so I go to work in a little bit for some studio work for the World Poker tour. I'm always up where are you. I am I'm in New York where you were born. but it's later. I I was looking. I'm thinking you're IMDB page. Run circles around your ATP your ATP bio Baiocco but your ATP BIOS pretty strong I am I thinking you're the only person to have beaten John. McEnroe had a recurring role in Baywatch. That's gotta be correct. That's funny. GimMe Your backstory because I mean you were a child actor. These these credits Mary early and then yeah you play tennis switch over yeah. I grew up in Long Island for the first twelve years of my life and we played very little tennis there. there was too little little tennis courts they would almost black tar by the railroad tracks and and for some reason no one play tennis back then and I father just loved exercise. He was like the only one in the village back then grownup that played tennis and and he almost couldn't get a game of tennis with any the adults 'cause back then the adults weren't doing exercise so you play with kids and he kind of inspired us all to get to the fire fire department to these two stupid courts and play tennis and then we would go out to some one summer Guy In the neighborhood said Dick Nick you gotta go to the US Open at Forest Hills. You know and my father's okay they'd come along so he brought us a long. I was about nine years old. My two brothers and I just took a loving to the game I went to that West End Tennis Club and saw Billie Jean King Arthur ash and Stan Smith and Jimmy Connors play on these grass ask court these beautiful blue grass courts and by the way back then you could go right up to the court walk right up to the court. No one was watching it seemed like and as little kids we squeeze in there and I watch these players play. That's kind of inspired me to play the game of tennis So long story short I never had any lessons like that move to California and then age twelve and it was also an actor. My father was an actor and he he's he's and said. Hey Kids WanNA act. They have they seem like they're going to be outgoing and they would have a good look so try it anyway. I started getting a lot of work as an actor to commercials and TV shows so when I came to California I did both I. I was a child actor. and play tennis on the side never had any formal lessons we played at a public park called. Point Setia Park in Hollywood and and eventually my father. Would you like to play tournament. I says yeah okay. I don't WanNa play tournament. So I play southern California's sexual. I play this kid in the first around Walter Redondo and I've been honest to me because I thought it was pretty good at the time about twelve thirteen years old and but those to me. He's a top seed and any pizza me six one six. Oh I get wiped off the court. He's the greatest junior of all time and but it was encouraging because he even though I got beat so bad. Just something inside me said that you know I love this game and maybe someday I can come back and beat that kind of player all right so anyway junior tennis. I also act I I start getting a lot of work as an actor you know as a kid actor and I did every TV show there was Bonanzas High Chiappa Orell you know you the name of every every ironside and all these TV shows and I never was out of work. I was actually under contract to universal child actor and they put being a series with George Part called the Bravo's and I would get every job I had so basically couldn't concentrate on tennis or schooling doing really I was just working actor and I TV series one was called Apple's way. The other was called three for the road as I got older never had to work in the meantime. We actually play tennis on the wall outside the studio wall and hit against the wall. You know like at lunchtime and that would distract the shooting inside so they'd say dad shut up going to take the tennis racket out of his hand. so that's kind of a combination of of of tennis and acting I was never a top rank junior by loved the game. I got beat by everybody in fact. I don't think I was ranked in southern California until the sixteenth and I think it was ranked thirty five or something in the sixteenth which is terrible in the eighteenth. I still wasn't much better and I didn't get much of a ranking. I couldn't even get into the national terms. I was getting better. I got physically stronger was tired of losing. I started weightlifting which everyone said don't wait list. You can't wait live. That's GONNA. That's terrible for tennis player but I didn't care because I knew inside. Maybe feel good. Maybe feel bigger stronger faster and so I did listen to them. Results got better. I never thing in tennis that maybe a better player was I read a book when I was fourteen years old on Bobby ricks who the court hustler and he'd be Margaret Court of course and lost to Billie Jean King and and I kinda idolized them because I always love gambling and I know he was a gambler and and I read a book called of course hustler and in the book book he tells about all the things he did in tennis and it was great but at the end of the book has a chapter on how to become a better tennis player and in the end it says play airtight tennis and listen. I read that closely and it said don't miss a ball. Make your opponent missed. Never give away a point. I was very radical for that. I didn't know I was slapping. Balls around I never had any lessons and and so I listened to that and I instantly got much better from fourteen to fifteen to sixteen a lot better. I just threw the ball back and ran everything down and made them miss so bobby. Riggs was a big instructor. Obstruct read about how to get better at it helping. What's that you realize how nuts this. This is a crazy story. You realize this I do. I do in the more I all. I realized that she's such a long shot. It just wasn't supposed to happen and but I love tennis and eventually I got repeat up so much and people never been different. Every once I remember hanging out with a bunch of kids fifteen years old all tennis players we were sitting around and they said what are you going to do when you grow up and everyone said their thing I said I'm going to be a tennis pro and they look to me and they all started laughing and tennis but you're crazy. Stink stink no good and I just today. I went okay. I'll show him I'll show them that type of thing so it was all a lot of anger and revenge that I myself going and I still didn't have much of a chance. I didn't get any college scholarships or anything like that. And maybe I would have gone to college. We'll play for a team. I didn't know what was going to do. You know my acting was in the transition wasn't going to be an actor later on could get acting jobs. I don't know or could play tennis and something happened out there. I just hung in there hung in there hung in there and all of a sudden I started breaking through when it was about nineteen years old on the summer circuit in Florida of the American Express Summer Circuit at one twenty twenty four matches in the smallest circuit at a twenty seven and I went from on the ATP ranking five hundred in the world to number thirty eight in the world and that same summer. I went on to be Tom Walker and stance the same guys I looked up to when I went to Forest Hills at eight nine and ten. I was playing them and beating them. It was like a dream. I couldn't believe it and all of a sudden. I said I can do it. I can beat anybody. I had this confidence and I I was the rookie of the year in nineteen seventy nine. ATP Rookie of the year and then I went on in the next excu years and stayed the top fifty and then John McEnroe and had a lot of big big wins had a lot of injuries played on the circuit. I think about ten years UPS in endow. Did he's great when you're winning but horrible when you losing. It's the worst you know you know. It was very lonely back then because he's just on your own didn't have anybody traveling with me or anything like that so so. I'm glad that was over that part of my life but it proved that I could do it. I always felt I could be number. One beating macro I started thinking I'm going to be number. One and overtrained I went to the point where I got obsessed and I would practice a five hour. I over trained and I broke down has big injuries and tried to get past them so that's the kind of story but and it went back to Hollywood after that in my thirties into another thing about the tennis I think is kind of interesting is when you're thirty everybody's saying. Oh you now you get when you going to retire. When you're gonNA retire and back then or anybody around me to say. Don't listen to them. You're in great shape which I was. You're not going to retire and just get yourself back out there. I could play the forty and I could've and maybe that would have been better. Maybe it wouldn't have I don't know I feel like Vincent Pat Needs. It's too option the Vince van Patten story this year a late bloomer. You're hitting off the wall at universal you don't have formal training except for Bobby Riggs Book in your top thirty ready player who's beating John McEnroe and vetus Carolina's and Christine and Stan Smith in in ATP level matches. That's a wild story. I I don't know I don't it happens today. You you play longer than thirty today but I'm not sure you you're a teenager hitting balls against the wall and suddenly become top thirty pro. That's a wild possible. That's why I try. I tell young kids and when they're playing or anybody in life. Don't believe them to yourself. You love something and you put your mind to it. Yes it's gotta be brutally tough but you can't do anything you want really if you need if you need it bad if you want it bad enough were acting in tennis where those those parallel careers did they play off each is a too you simplistic to say boy lessons learned at the back lot at universal.

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"League is the man La the Vegas two hundred eighty mile walk. He bets is boys that he can do it. You know playing poker gambling is placing bets against one another following allowing him in an Rv all of that stuff. He talked about video on demand next you can order it now to be and I tunes next week. It's coming out at theaters tomorrow so make sure you check it out. Vince van Patten seven seven days to Vegas appreciate him. We shared his lovely wife Ivy Eileen Davidson who stars on young and the restless as well. Thank them both so much to coming on the show today edit eight say espn. It's editing seven to nine three seven seven six. You're listening to the Stephen a Smith show. ESPN RADIO ESPN news back with your calls to close out the show intimate. Guess what you're in the middle of a Stephen with show podcast Jackie you lava Stephen Real Quick go oh hey buddy hey. This is okay all right. I'm doing all right. You only got go ahead man my bad go ahead so let's not far mom. Can you hear me yes. I couldn't but go ahead. Go ahead. Go ahead. I'm I'm talking about Paul Finebaum yesterday commerce on Cam Newton and then how Ryan Clark in and Dominic Foxworth really jumped on him about it. I think it's a conversation that needs to be had how how people look at black athletes and non white athletes and always look at the negatives farts as supposed to win when they speak about why athletes they always talk about the potential and and you know how they gratefully team how smart they are whatever and it shows in that moment how quickly you can press body and really really get started so they recognize what they don't. I wonder how you felt about that. When you're seeing you know I don I personally I personally involved in what you're saying. I think Paul Finebaum covers the sport of football and has a right to his opinion opinion and Ryan Clark if he checked him because he seemed to be more knowledgeable about that particular subject. That's where goes. It doesn't have to be something where there's a racial racial divide or anything like that about every single thing. The fact of the matter is if you're white and you look at something a certain way this nothing wrong with it if if you are sitting on a set with a black person that has a different perspective and a different point of view. That's what makes the world go round. That's what makes us that's what makes America America what it is. The issues in the past is when you had those people disseminating an opinion or voice and there was no counterpoint but as long as there's somebody that looks differently than you in a position to give you a different perspective than a discussion is healthy and that's what makes us who we are got to get. That'd be back in twenty two hours. That's just a sample of one you'll hear on the Stephanie Swift Show Weekdays at one P._M. Eastern on E._S._p._N. radio and the E._S._p._N. APP..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I've got a buddy of a few of my buddies on the line. He's got a movie coming out tomorrow. It'll be on. I tunes a week from now and it's entitled Seven Days To Vegas. this the guy is you know what I mean. What are you talking about the world poker the voice a Polka for crying out loud. I mean the list goes on his wife. A wonderful actress an emmy me a winner young and restless would have I'm talking about the one and only Vince van Patten these on lower with us right now what's going on. How are you man. How's everything great Steven Great. What are you doing it. I would ask what you do with your world traveling. I'll give that to you I want. I want you to talk to me about this movie first of all thank you for being on the show and listen. I just gotTa ask you this movie seven days of Vegas. Tell my audience what what is about and what made you decide to do it. Yeah it comes out tomorrow nationwide and exclusive theaters and like you said Itunes you can pre order right now but the movie is based on my true story some of it's fictionalized but I had a poker game in the nineties for about fifteen years into two two thousand and five that got bigger and better. It was underground poker game. It was exciting but this is not about the poker game. It's about these players that played in it with me. Edward Crazy over the top gambler guys and we would on all kinds of things we may nice sized bets on all kinds of things gambling degenerates and the craziest bet I did make was that I could walk from L. A. to Las Vegas in seven days two hundred eighty miles and they all follow the and a big black RV to see if I was failing and that's what this concept is about movies about. It's a lot of fun. It's like a hangover and coming out and were excited about it. All right first I two hundred eighty mile walk from Vegas now. This is a movie so you like you said some of it is real. Some of it is not did you walk two hundred and eighty miles else. I can't tell you that I I I pay movie. It's an interesting because there's a lot of people could we're doing a good marathoners and but that's an average of forty miles a day which was very tough but this is a comedy. There's all kinds of funny things that make inside bets in the RV behind me all kinds of crazy pets so it's a blast. Tell me whether it was two hundred eighty miles but did you do something to walk do. Could you at least tell us. Did you do some of the walk it 'cause. I got follow up questions to that but I need to know what you did to walk. In Vince Hey listen we shot at the movie in twenty days and I had to walk about fifteen miles. Shoot the darn thing and by the way one of the contingencies in the bet is that I have to do it in a suit suit. I have to wear the same suit to Olsen and that's what gamblers to sometimes not so now. I'm going to test you. Intelligence here are tested intelligence events because I need to know the device. Did your wife Eileen Davidson. She's she's an emmy or went on young and arrested listen. Let's I'm a general hospital. Fan and Eric Braided Hook victims young arrested got me watching the soap now so I'm very very familiar with a greatness as an actress or what have you but she is the wife breath and as your wife. Does she trust you. The have the dictate what kind of outfit you put on for the stuff. I need to know the answer to that quick of course of course she does. Of course she does okay. I wore something about a week ago. I was wearing my jeans that had a couple of patches and she just gave me. That looks like no no. I know you've got to change them so oh she knows better than me but she's still she plays my wife in the film and she's terrific actress and and like you say. I heard that you're on General General Hospital now. Congratulations and I know my buddy lyric great into a good buddy of yours right now. Absolutely he and I have dinner every Tom Tom and l. a matter of fact I might see him this weekend. That's my buddy right there. We're talking to the one and only visit pat right here with Steven A. ESPN RADIO ESPN news his new film coming out seven. I've been dazed to Vegas comes out tomorrow. Shows up on. I tunes a week from now. Make sure you all check it. Let me ask you. Was this the craziest. I'll be considering in your association with poker all of these years because you're big with that. Is this the craziest bet you ever made well. It is the craziest but I don't think I once bet a lot of money. Thousands that I could beat them on the tennis court and that would use a frying pan and I was on goal escapes and I did win that then I used to make a bet. You'd be interested in this basketball. I'm not a great basketball player by any means but I used to have a bet that I could throw from half court. I can make in one out out of ten throws. I had to do it. I want that that but everybody bet against me and they said Okay you won that. Let's move down to seven throws. I one that that my my number after a couple of years went down to four. Could I do it for and I could not. I was getting crushed. I would lose a lot of money by trying to do it. In four five was the over over and under so that's one of the best I made as well but over the years crazy prop that's. What's the walk the Vegas two hundred eighty miles or seven days that by far is the craziest now give give us give my audience out here events. Just just a taste of your background. Obviously you want to tennis player. Your once beat John McEnroe and Tokyo. I believe the year was eighty one eighty two but talk to us about your background in tennis and obviously the world poker. Just give us some of your background yeah okay. I'm going through the eighteenth season on the world poker. Tour is a commentator. I love the job. It's very good to me but on top of that yeah I play Professional Tennis always top twenty ninety five in the world beat John McEnroe twice and played on the circuit for ten years loved it. It's tough tough profession though because you're really on your own its intent he's twelve th there's no break during the year and living out of a suitcase so I was glad when that was out of my life. I was never a very good junior tennis player. No one expected expect me to make it the pros and just because I was so aggravated of losing getting beaten up getting bullied out there by the better tennis players that I finally figured out a way and I need this great run in nineteen seventy nine and nineteen eighty and the rest is tennis history. I got lucky I got through it and enjoyed it. You know I gotta ask you this as a former tennis player. What do you find yourself. Enjoy more meant or women's tennis because for me you know what it Serena so I always enjoy women's incentives because I love myself Serena Williams but in the same breath obviously federal tall Djokovic. There's something special you watch other guys that don't necessarily rank is high hi even though they obviously incredibly gifted the reality is is that those guys in the Creme de la Creme. What do you find yourself enjoying more the men or the women competition that the tough question but I think generally speaking the men's a little bit more because there's a few more stars there and like you you say you got three of the greatest of all time joke federal and adult playing in this era over fifteen years against each other and so I think I find this fascinating but but you're right with Serena and that's final they had a just a few weeks ago at the US Open just playing tennis and I love women's tennis too. I wish they played three out of five like the men's. I think that that would be interesting because that's all part of but nonetheless Tennessee's never been as good. It was fun to watch so let me get back to this film. You know I mean because I I I really WanNa talk to you about the seven days Vegas. It's coming out tomorrow and in theaters it's going to be on. I tunes next week. You talked about the two hundred eighty mile walk from or what is it L. A. to Vegas not the other way. Oh what are the kind of reviews that you've received about this. What if people said to you about this upcoming film and by the way you can you can pre-order now on. I tunes that would be great. Okay and it does come out deal then you won't have demand next Tuesday but it's in theaters as well but listen Richard Roeper stamos film critic took a look at our film and he's reviewing it tomorrow and he came to me and says any I I. I love your movie. I'm GONNA help champion the film. It's it's a fantastic gambling movie and so. He's very excited about it. It's actually get a big sneak preview preview with him a week ago in Los in in Chicago. people like like the picture. You know it's a lie. I love the genre of gambling pictures and poker films but usually to go to the very dark side. It's always about the big game the darkness of gambling. That's not my life and gambling. My life has been a lot of interesting fun times people that are centric over the top like those those characters the hangover. They're all very interesting bigger than life. That's what my friends were like and that we bet on everything and anything and so I said if I ever write something which I did with my partner Steve Albert with with this project. If I ever write something I wanNA show that there is a magic to the gambling world. That's his joy up their ups and downs and it's a battle of wits and that's seven days because Vegas is all about. That's what it's like. It's down no question about it but I'll ask you this question. What are you find beat a tough sport sport for gamblers to gamble on your way trade question okay well. NFL unfortunately because because I'm a sucker all right and I bet and I you know here's the bad handicapped properly and I really have an opinion. I'm good because I'm good handicapper. But of course I'm not you know a lot of discipline that way and so I wanted to spend three or four games because I like the New York jets 'cause I'm originally from Long Island and I make all these split the bed. What what Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah events while you thought to yourself that way you go tell me. What are you GonNa. Tell me you're a mets fan too. Is that what you're gonNA. Tell me AW listen You can't help yourself. I don't go crazy with the best by the way my wife. Eileen found out fifteen years ago she said why are you watching football games so intensely. I said well. How do you know I I have a little bit on it. She was really I wanted I found out that day she has to we go fifty fifty with all our action. It keeps us together wow that's where he was stephen a SPN radio ESPN news. I find that a lot of times when people are gambling. They're betting obviously one of the things that you know what sometimes emotions can work for you sometimes most times. It gets the better of you. I'm usually at my best when I'm incredibly pragmatic and I'm not thinking about anything the second I get emotional about anything I usually pick something wrong. Do you find that to be the case with you and most people who were better gamble on anything yeah. It's so true I to be a good sports better. Obviously you have to have great discipline. You cannot get emotional about it and usually that team at your emotional about. You should not be betting that way. I think I made a bet longtime ago against the Lakers and where we live in. La and I leaned my wife said what are you doing. You Bet against the the Lakers I said the Lakers don't pay bills honey. Don't pay our bills the only other way so you gotta do that unemotional get out ahead in handicapping exports. So what does this patent do when he's not playing poker or poker where he's not making movies. What are you doing. Oh Man I I love life. I love exercise. I do all kinds of workouts and I go to Venice beach. I play basketball up to six months ago three on three in Venice beach and jump in the ocean. I play Paddle Battle Tennis I saw him a workout freak. I just love love love being outside and get a workout. I got a big family enjoyed being with the family and that's that's about it. I total poker on the side now and get through with this film. Seeing it comes out. People are talking about trying to make a series out of Syria so we're entertaining that idea delighted good right now but lucky. I do think you should entertain that without question. This could turn into a series. You Mark my words. A matter of fact I predicted especially with your lovely wiped off at please by the way extend my hello congratulations to her. She's a two time Emmy Award winner at least as far as my understanding goes. I know she does a great job while you're GONNA arrest us. Eric mcbrayer plays Victor Newman on the young why he can't stop raving a bottle. Please tell us at my best and thank you for coming on the show. Oh man thank you so much. Watch really appreciate it all right buddy. You take it easy to what it only. Vince van Patten right here was Stephen a ESPN radio. ESPN news remember his movie seven days to Vegas..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"vince van patten" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

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"vince van patten" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"vince van patten" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So good this is going to be the song that's getting played at weddings and engagement party is telling his version better all it will ever when I mean that is a great song. I'm just a crazy about Taylor's voice particularly proud I hear that song by him I like the song better and then she tweeted him and she's like our you've made me so happy the whole reason for key they're renting your cover song. that quickly in just my gosh I got to get a version of that song he's got to do something and Taylor meanwhile she had the best selling week for an album since twenty seventeen when she put a reputation she is still selling albums people's so there were people are like I don't know if she's going to sell that much with his lover but she's it's R. six album to do five hundred thousand L. copies in one week and the last person do that was Eminem so she. yeah yeah so she is. she's having a very good week children's home of one point two million worldwide demi lavado is a fan of. cruel summer another hit off of Taylor's album and so demi decided after getting and all kinds of little tweeting spats about scooter Braun and other things she tweeted a link and said this is a great song in life is too short for women to be tearing down other women I thought well there is a new PR consultant and demi Lovato's life she's got an album probably that she's working on and it doesn't look good to be in a chair for than other fellow artists who all she's mad about is the fact she doesn't own our own son. I don't think too many people know this isn't the cruel summer from that we don't let Manorama this is a different group yeah wait can you have the same song the first okay and I don't think you can trademark the name of the song many many many many songs with the same title yeah but now the ram I that's like summer in nineteen eighty five yeah right around there is it about that yeah the only reason I know that is they performed at the miss Hawaiian tropic pageant that I was a coordinator out when I was just a young college graduate and the lady who hired me said you can you can drive in your you're really cute she was a year older than I was so she hired me we went to Hawaii ten times in one year tough not in how you manage them banana Rambo was our talent Sonny bono was the judge Glen Campbell drinking. Iggy going Campbell rises soul was the judge that year the landers sisters are going way back people Vince van Patten the landers sisters yeah vice column people no no they were on Dallas they were the. they yeah I can't remember their first names and then. yeah and then what's your name. she was in the Poseidon adventure the actor is which one hold she's here we go people there's lots of actresses in the site. even for Connie Stevens Stevens all my gosh she what was she like she was I had to go and get her aqua net. she was a in the. and I'm like there's no. it is like that I mean maybe it was you made I think the I think the contest was in August and then the coup de gras at the final party at under tada movies house in the hills of diamond head. Stephen neck showed up with two girls who look like Elvira and her little brother and she snapped her fingers and she said Jack and coke wow yeah I know that's power I know and I was just like oh my gosh where is my Polaroid when I need it. people of a certain days going what's a Polaroid. you're beginning of your journey with Stevie Nicks and but the breakdown around the girls are really you yeah they're British yeah they were not happy about the fact that they've been hired to perform for a bunch of. Richie rich's who were Gillian miss Hawaiian tropic pageant contestants were like eighteen nineteen twenty they were like bombed about the gig. you know but it was a free trip to why he. I mean you know I would I would have book that too if I'd been there manager and just extended the trip but they were they were testy they were they just perform those three songs cruel summer the other one via the VS you know so I heard a rumor I heard. those three signs and then see you later and then then the rest of the night I just kind of. drunk drinking followed Stevie Nicks around the the she can add a parameter the two ladies were sort of like the hot body guards looking like Elvira with I mean they have like over the knee boots on it so vivid to me invests it's all white in August it's hot I mean you know sounds like Stevie Nicks so yeah and she had like some which she of course fabulous outfit on and I was just like you play better all she but that was a real lot I know what I mean that was you know comfortable for her you never see your legs though. no I say I've seen one photo of her legs does your family exercise..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"vince van patten" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"Using your secret and their fears. Oh, they're secret. And there. To play and their capes. A case to play a terrifying. Game of vengeance. A game that could turn deadly. Well, I want to know more about Cape fear, so fear. Is it a is it a convict out to get his revenge is should it comedy? Is it a comedy? Is it like analyze this? Oh, okay. Wait. Have you seen Cape? Fear. Lindsey. No, okay. That's why I'm asking you about it came out in nineteen Ninety-one. They are the same. I'm so sorry. Wait, hold on. Cape fear is a remake. Okay. Here we go. Here we go. Everybody wants to know what? Okay. Scenery dot was impressive. When attorney Sam Bowden Boden. Withholds evidence that would acquit violent sex offender max, Katie of rape charges max Pence fourteen years in prison. Ooh. But after Max's release knowingly. Well, here's the thing. We do it yet withholds evidence that would acquit violent sex offender. So is he gonna know if he is? Because otherwise, I don't know who to trust. Exactly. So guess who plays Sam the African lawyer? It's it's Martin Scorsese Robert deniro, Robert deniro, Robert deniro. It's like. Faster in Cape fear. He plays his own mom. Here. So then sorting Nick Nolte is is Sam how is Nick Nolte not the villain. Sorry. Who saw this and went, oh, no that poor normal man being chased. Then Robert deniro stocks and devotes his life to stuck in destroying the boat and family when practical attempts to stop max fail. Sam realizes that he must act outside the law to protect his wife and daughter in Martin Scorsese's remake of the classic nineteen. Sixty two thriller camp fear, nineteen ninety one. I think there's a porn star in it. Because her name is just savannah sounds right? We got to watch this. Okay camp. Fear shapely co EDS. Giant druid? We jar. Would won't because it is a porn. No. Thank you. Who might be IBM point. Well, let's see. What's it rated? I mean, what's your definite your personal definition of porn? It says horror romance inside Fiso. It doesn't say porn as John RIA. Okay. Do you want to hear the hyandi? I'm so porn together. Point is so embarrassing. I tried to watch. Okay. Some sorority sisters opt for camping in the woods with a handsome professor instead of a poem spring instead of a pom pom bring spring break. However there orgies into. You learn when some truths say decide they need to sacrifice to prevent the boggling at the set of the new millennium. Okay. Hope I know why. Okay. Who nine four point one stars? As camp fear. Fear. Okay. What is there? Can't fear camp fear, Amazon rotten tomatoes. Here we go. It just says this is a porn. There are no it's it's why. Why it's rated with your. What makes it not a porn? Can you want to hear yet another summary? Guess I do a clueless group of sorority sisters inadvertently triggers the apocalypse when they set out on a weekend camping trip in this unhinged. Schlock classic starring Betsy Russell and Vince van Patten when a group of beautiful young campers arrives at a secluded website that mistakenly assume alone, I'm sorry. I can't they mistakenly assume they're alone. Secluded website. There on the dark web. They mistakenly assume they're alone until a gang of medicine bikers shows up to harass and terrorize them as if that wasn't enough to ruin a relaxing weekend in the country. Misery ruin giant is soon. Constructing a moss stone in on which to commit human sacrifices, and a Lucknow's monster has abandoned his watery, home and taken to terra firma to feast on human flash. Let's just watch that instead of talking about this boring book I want to earthquakes lasers the Lumbanga. And since. Sexy starlet Michelle Bauer this weekend getaway. Maybe the last batch for humanity to we need to get Oscar back here, we have to what is the Lombardo to dance..

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"vince van patten" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"vince van patten" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"The at oh by the way play on my buddy james hunt and james hundred six five and shack looks well shackled he peanut off his head and was hidden 3pointers just over and over and over and didn't miss i never had that i never had that with baz well what was best will always wanted it to be my sport and never was abolished which who i was a basboga newer i was neither dressler okay that makes sense scrappy so we wanted you decide you wanted to get into acting i mean you know when ice when i i you know i think i saw vince van patten's son who was a tennis player i saw girls go crazy obama when i was twelve and a tennis event the volvo tennis classic whatever and i couldn't believe how these beautiful girls were going crazy over this guy and i was a young boy and i was like i was girl crazy and i said i want to be that i wanna be famous really but then then i said i i did but that was sort of in the back of my mind i always cog wind how could it be to be famous i think everybody has at your everybody feels that you want to be that person every looks at loves 'cause i love people is then i saw mr robert de niro in a movie called raging bull haven't seen that sh lima contrary all right but anyway in one of the great performances puree it yeah puree aid shelley's thrown a monster you got to narrow end in raging bull anyway.

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