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Mark Winkler plugs UNDEAD RADIO

Undead Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Mark Winkler plugs UNDEAD RADIO

"Hello, this is Mark Winkler trying to be very scary realizing quickly that he's not Vincent Price. My song reman Halloween version can be found on the undead radio broadcast and you can find it on YouTube and SoundCloud the undead broadcast is funny and scary with good music and funny lines. Happy Halloween.

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SUSPENSE! - "Fugue in C-Minor" with VINCENT PRICE & IDA LUPINO - Old Time Radio

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

50:37 min | 1 year ago

SUSPENSE! - "Fugue in C-Minor" with VINCENT PRICE & IDA LUPINO - Old Time Radio

"How this program is a proud member of you. Need Voice Unified Unique Voices. Learn more at you. Needles pods dot net. Hello My name's Patrick and I must scream. Queen. I'm scream queen and celery you. Hello again my beautiful scream rooms and welcome to another episode of Green Queens. The podcast for hard gets gay. This is episode. Two hundred ninety. Six thousand. Two things did not go according to plant this week so we had to scrap my super psycho sweet sixteen with the boys from Desktop Gorgeous. And instead we're going with another old time radio program this time we're once again listening to an episode of Suspense Episode called. Fugu in C minor and it has additional bonus of starring the legendary and now recently discovered totally bisexual. Beloved superstar Mr Vincent Price and the woman who is featured couple months ago in our women. Harsh SEGMENT MISS IDOL. A pain up but before we go any further. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Patrick. Walsh and I am your guy the weird and wonderful world of horror movies except you have to see them through my very very gate. Little is now. I've decided that we are going to get into what happened with this episode. What happened that? We're not covering my super sweet sixteen. What happened that? We are not covering my super psycho. Sweet Sixteen. We're GONNA talk about that after we do the radio show okay. 'cause we got to have a little talk but that'll be that'll be because this is now right now that'll be then right there but this isn't that right now so if you happen this week first of all it is the one hundred twenty third anniversary of the publication of Iraq. Ya the novel by Bram. Stoker that hot sexy allegedly bisexual bear Bram stoker and so to celebrate that we are going to have on this Saturday. We're GONNA have a the silky the double feature What does that mean? We're going to be screening to Qualify Dracula related movies because I needed. Watch some comedies. Right now. So what we're GONNA do. We're going to watch mad monster party from nineteen sixty seven. I think that is a claymation movie. Start Phyllis diller and Boris karloff features. All the universal monsters but not really. They're knock also the universal monsters but they're all having an adventure and in fact they're having a mad monster party eight as all very silly and very camp and it'll be great that starts at three PM and then at four forty five pm. We're going to go. Disco DANCING DISCO DANCING. With Akwa. This Dracula ever going to watch love at first bite starring George Hamilton from the Fabulous. Your of nineteen seventy eight. The movie that brought Allah. Ooh I love this. Yeah that put that on my little radar. That didn't even know I had remember. That movie was eight years old. And that's all GonNa be happening on the cast APP and what you need. You join that party. You need to use your l. dot Li slash s q social bit dot Li slash s q social? That's s q social like an ice cream social but with an q social than an ice cream social shut up. We're going to be and man. I wish you guys were there last Saturday if you weren't there less Saturday. Oh boy did you miss L. Unexpected surprise happen. As I mentioned here we were going to be doing a screening of the two movies that we did in the past episodes which were shock value and find out so I posted everywhere on the social media and the regular showed up and aren't to me so the people from the cast of shock value so my post on instagram told everybody else involved in shock value and they all crashed the party. Yeah almost the entire cast the director the Special Effects Guy. A whole bunch of people from the crew they all had this mini reunion in the screening room and they were just like having a great time at Party and doing commentary the film and give you great insight. It was fantastic and they played along with everything. They're up the cartoons. They also sang along with the Karaoke Song. Psycho killer by the talking make do Karaoke because it is a gay podcast and a bunch of semi videos of them singing along on instagram and it was great. And you missed it. If you were there I wish you were there. Who knows? Maybe Phyllis diller would show up this week never well maybe George. Hamilton will show up and Susan Saint James. That's more likely than Phyllis diller. Because she she's she's she's not likely to show what I'm trying to say again. This bit at least let s q social starting at three. Pm Eastern Standard Time. Be there miss out on the pot tag. The other thing that happened this week we had a whole bunch of birthdays. No not mine. I'm letting that go. I'm letting go no. We had three leads all birthday on the same day. We had vincent price we had peer cushing and we will had Chris Farley all born on May twenty seven. How weird is that that vented prices also was also bisexual? What I love the fact that the king of horror movies. I cut my teeth on it so much. The man who defined were horror movies were for decades. Was One of US kids. How's that for representation? How's that for making her choir? Yahu Vincent girl get it now. What did he did a hairdresser? And the're BLEDSOE. Hello I'm birch dishes hair. I can't hand and I can't even do that as well as he did. But unfortunately I cannot find a radio program and all three of them together. I found Breyer programs. They'll do did individually. I'm just figured. Hey we've got one with Vincent Price and idol. The Pino who we just featured in February in women are month for being the groundbreaker that she was this song groundbreaker in Hollywood kick ass taking names and not really making an ego trip out of it either and Oh boy is a great story like usually these these old time radio shows like ooh. That was pretty good. Yeah but they're always a little bit hamming a little bit corny. You've got to Hollywood powerhouses at the top of their game. Selma how out of this dialogue. The voice work is just lush and gorgeous. Mcallister's are so bright and stories creates it's vodka. It's called up few can see minor as I said earlier. It's written by the same woman. Lucille Fletcher. I believe her name was who wrote. Sorry wrong. Number another great radio play starring Hollywood Lesbian Agnes moorehead otherwise notice. Endure for bewitched. But we already did that. One go so yeah. It's all set at the turn of the century. One thousand nine hundred late Victorian period. And it's got everything. It's got a little bit a ghost story. It's got a little bit of murder mystery as got a little bit of revenge. It's creepy kids at Scott. This bombast organ music the to shake the rafters. You'RE GONNA love it so patch one you stop talking about it. And why don't we all just settle down turn up a radio dials? Turn down the lights and get ready for suspense The prisoner California welcomes you again. This week they our suspect tonight. From Hollywood Roma winds bring you was stars misidentified currently being seen in one of others in our time. And Mr Vincent Price. Plenty of sanctuary box soon to be seen in the Daryl ZANUCK production with the appearance of two distinct we screen analyses Lucille. Becher has written the suspense play. That deals with brooding anxiety. Shopping suspicion played against the severe forbidding background of late Victorian Year and so you in C minor and with the performances of IDA Lupino and Vincent Price we again hope to keep you April first nineteen hundred the abyss justice. Let you know that I arrived in pilots. Ill lizzy met me at the station. She's heartbroken a Bacha Pause Bankruptcy for some reason field that adopted me remedy the family situation. I told her I'd been offered a job which he swept away. That idea in horror a girl with your looks. Amanda peabody doesn't have to get a job there too many rich husbands building around for that. Furthermore she says she has a rich husband already picked up from the right here in pilots. Still don't you remember? I told you about him at Christmas time. He's Evans richest creases charming coach. A lonely widower with two little children and besides that he's just jaw type a real intellectual. You should hear him. Play the pipe organ and you know Becky. I've met so few interesting men lately and all you'd have to do is live on digital thing. Good Evening Mrs Germany delightful to see you hear distant to Mike System divided. I'm sure it's a lovely party mister. Just come to pilots Ville. She's from New York visiting me after the rule of the Hick season. I'm afraid I'll pilots dote humidity body. Oh no not at all charming. I've enjoyed everything so much. You'll beautiful house music. I hear your going to pay for care. Careful Organ Music Miss peabody much. Never miss a Cheshire sample. What a luxury. It must be to have your own organ right here in the House. I'm afraid I couldn't do without it. It's my hobby. You Know Bach and books to Asia. Frank don't you adore that work Emended bidding music. You should hear the end of the burning of room. Yes and the delightful thing of course about having a pie fog and in the house is that it's everywhere to sit at a keyboard and here. The walls ceilings ceilings floors vibrate. You see miss peabody. I've had the pipes installed all over the house under this floor. For example all the stops up in the bedroom walls of the stops for the swell manual in the great Thirty two foot pedal stops the giant hastens underneath the staircase my children's next door to the echo chamber. So you see we live like angel here. In Paradise of music thrilling ladies come upstairs to the second floor landing. And I'll show you the cotton so it was made for me and beyond Seven nine thousand nine hundred and busy dare to tell you the truth. I really find him fascinating. I wish you could hear him. Play sweeps you off your feet. There was such wildness. Tweeden at the same time. Such dignity and to hear the sound all that Marvelous House rolling through those gorgeous rooms with their beautiful tapestries and potted palms. I could sit and listen to him all night. You have. The most amazing is about anybody you thinking about the music. Please don't stop itself so you seem to be as mad about music as I am your sisters as you play to. Oh No only eligible. My appreciation of it is all inside. I'm afraid plenty one con play. It's better just to enjoy the music of other. Can't bet sentimental drumming can you? I shouldn't think would enjoy the idiotic. Cules people play nowadays. Give me the all stern classic. They have strength from power. Give me something. Might Humping You're very unusual. Go Body quite unlike the run of girls here down here at Pilots Ville. Yes in what way? It's rather hard to explain. Some more tea. Amanda thank you Muffin. No thank you you have an excellent Cook Mr Avenue fees. Please call me Theodore. You know. You promised Theodore and your house is beautifully run to you. Must have an excellent housekeeper. Everything always looks so charming and quiet. I haven't even heard a part of your children. Mergers the children have been away at school. You have to have a definite David. Let's sweet names or nearly. I don't approve of schools for young children. But you see. They were rather overawed. After Mrs Evans passed on I can well understand. Almost morbidly devoted to their mother and then of course the unfortunate circumstance of death. I suppose your system is trump has told you all about that. No not much except your wife was killed in the street. Accident wasn't shifts in Philadelphia. Brewery wagon enforces random. Oh ten bucks or something. I don't like to think about very often. Who ARE BEAUTIFUL MARCUS? Well it's like a nightmare. Amanda and I still can't feel reconciled thriving with children. They were in school when she died. And buy something malicious stroke of fate. There was an epidemic of scarlet. Fever raging up there. The authorities wouldn't lift the quarantine and let them out for funeral things. That upset them dreadfully. In fact I sometimes fear. It's left a mark on them which may enjoy all their lives. I'll put you mean they suffer from delusions. Delusions about her. They think that in some ways she is linked. Her soul is imprisoned in the organ pipes. I wish I could do something about it frightful notion but they won't they don't let me play when they're at home that echo chamber in particular next door to their bedroom you know. It's nothing but an empty field room with a few wires course. It's all because they never saw her dead but they have a notion that she's we've somehow hidden there. They really think back to. The children can think up such very strange things in a little minds. Night All Suspense Rama Wines. Upbringing you miss the piano and Mr Vincent Price whom you appeared in the prologue to you in see my the Knight's tale of suspense. Now it is with pleasure that we bring back to our SAM stage. I did the phenol as Amanda peabody and Vincent Price is Theodore Evans in fuel in my no a tale well calculated to keep you in April eighteen. I met the Children's Day basis for the first time for the shot extremely creatures like that father ago is about eleven. The boy eight. They were both dressed in deep mourning. Their large grey is seems trained with terror. They listened and bullet every song. Miss peabody children. She's very good friend of mine. Now I want you both to shake hands with him now. Daphne you can tell miss peabody how you I. Oh no please don't press. I know when I was a little girl. I hated people to talk about my age. I much rather hear about mail about school. Not Going back there no matter what anybody says. That's all right then. You didn't like school. No Mommy didn't like it either. She cried when you went away. But your Mamma wanted you to be educated didn't she? She wanted you to grow up and be intelligent. People didn't she didn't she. Daphne who are you you may call me onto Manda. I'm a friend of Your Papa's do you know where my mom is. Your Mama Your Mama's in heaven dear. No she's not in where is she? Please don't start them off mandates to upsetting come along children now we're going to have a little music like old times. You remember when your mother was alive. We all used to play together. David you with your on and Daphne as the violin and Mama Appiano wellness peabody plays the piano too. She's promised to play. Narcissus Mama's favorite piece. Well Pat some other time Theodore when they don't feel so strange are tell you watch them to death now come David on the mantelpiece. And Daphne no I insist the now. Start the melody on the organ. David you come in with your Cornet Gatto. The third measure. Definitely you can follow me Have Funny Noise Note. That's just decipher away. Have stuck somewhere. One of the pipe thousand Ramales. He'd calling for indicate the key a few times and it'll stop the ciphers before having to Miss Body. I don't know much about common technical curtains but very annoying. Of course what is he doing there? Why does it stop? That's where he is using a pipe and she can't get out definitely. Stop that nonsense. Your public no ten. Let them because Daphne what did you say? She didn't mean it. I'm sure the poor little. We should never have tried to persuade them just because they never looked upon a face because they never saw lying there in the own children believed that. I am a murderer. Doggone you're making them both I who love their mothers so much. It was so devoted for twelve years. Do I look like a murder do I know again? It's not I'll take up stairs for you while you're trying to fix it April twenty busy those poor little children. We took them out to the cemetery today to show them how grave. I'm angel guarded. It was planted withdrawal by tulips. How final it was in peaceful conditions. They began to tremble again. The moment we set foot inside the house poor feodor man is nearly his mind. What can he do? I keep asking myself that question. She died in Philadelphia USA. This on fifteenth just a little less than a year ago. You went with no. She went there to take a piano lesson. There was a new teacher. She'd heard about. She was always so self conscious about a technique but she never reached his studio. They notified me at midnight from the city morgue and no one in Philadelphia saw no one except the attendance at the moment. Of course the people who picked her up after the collision it was such a brutal accident among who could speak to the children explained to them. Or it's so horrible so sorted I know my dear I hate to make you suffer but if we could find some way if they could just believe when you brought a backyard pilots. There was a funeral and was there anybody who saw her. I couldn't bear it and I I didn't think at the time she'd been so beaut- for lovely sweet gentle face and that is the horses it completely tremble even if the children had been able to come home. I wouldn't of let them look the coffin seared when I left Philadelphia. I didn't want to see her again myself? There was a few more people came. There were flowers and undertake but if they believe that if there was one witness were lost there was a funeral. The finest funeral encounter a snow. White Goose and twenty five coaches. Everybody said flowers costs could watch open. But I've been to lots of funerals where they don't open the casket and what I understand. She was pretty badly mangled but it was a beautiful funeral. Mr Evans played the organ himself. The finest elections all the sweet old pieces his wife that was not CICIS and ninety nine rose and advised forever so you see David. My system is just trauma was there. Yes how did he know it was Mama David? She didn't seem itchy. Nobody so your pull mama dear. She wouldn't have wanted anyone to see her Mara wasn't there. He talks to US every night. He tells us to look for weird year in the pipes. But David Joe Mama's dead. She's been dead for nearly a year so her grave in the cemetery. She's happy and address. Why doesn't help us give us a key? If you'd only let us haven't we could look for what key there he's to the pipes. There's a little door just underneath the stairs. That's where they that's where the big pipes are inside. It's dark where the there donal is a little room ow. That's where she's hiding. That's where Mommy is doesn't remind me you David Darling come here no I hate you but why do you hate me? Why don't you let me help you? Because because what because you you like him him top going to marry him you yes you are. Venus says you are going to marry him then you'll send us back to school. Nobody know enough to help Mama per mama never be though I you I did. What are you doing here? David? Did you strike me? He's sixty. I'm sure he's very sick. Go to your room at once. Those children I tell you Amanda. They'll ruined whatever happiness we might have. I love you very much. But I could. Not With that child's cry ringing in my head. We've got to help them. Give them that key. Let them go look in the room where the pipe saw. Then they'll see for themselves that there's no ghost who you about a key to that room the children the Children Amanda. I'm going to tell you something something I've never to a living soul. And it made frighten you yes. Margaret was going mad when she died. Oh No one you would put knee adrenaline her family. I discovered it long after we were married after the children were born. Otherwise I'd never now. You think the children. I'm afraid so it was peopling of sound. She had just like them a fear of the dead's returning she used to play up. That sounds like the organ put. The Motor isn't done. The console was locked when I left. Someone's trying to pay no one but me can touch that instruments. Pittman this house in the servants route. That's those children. Come upstairs by. There's no one here no one of the Organs Ping itself as possible promoters. Not going the most yes. It sets the bellows going. There's no air in the pipes a message on no air to make the pipe speak. Impossible I tell you. Children Key doc-. No no no the keys here in my pocket. No other way know Theodore. Open that door going there and see what's happening please. No I WON'T GIVE IN I. I won't be afraid to you here. I I won't I won't I won't stop probably nothing. But the Winds Theodore. Give me the key. I'm not afraid. Are you saying that I am I? Don't know but I'll be fair with your. I couldn't marry you and live here with that any more than your children do. Rip Out those pipes throughout the whole pipe organ he took. But don't keep it here or yes but I couldn't. The whole house was built around it. It's been a very soul and spirit of this home in the cash. You mean feodor go mad too if I had listen to at night and day. It's so hollow. Think those pipes so huge on there in the darkness. I begin to hear things too. I come outside or take a walk. Now give me the key. Give me the keys Derek Commander. Sorry I've why don't you want to tell me? Is it because you know you did? Did you kill it and amend the key? We'll go down and look around. Gather come now. Manda. I'm sorry to slipped out was thing to say. All right I understand yet. It hurts a little. I've trusted you so completely. Amanda Amanda. Let's not go in. I trust you darling. I believe everything you've told me this little key to think it should means so much pitch-black cold the pipes. I can't see them further. Amanda you'll see them as soon as your eyes grow accustomed to the darkness. The biggest types packed this well under the great staircase like giants getting to see them. Should we go and get a candle or go a little bit careful? The Florida Maze of Wise. Those Dan there for a second theodore. Don't leave me. I won't be long. I thought you said you weren't afraid. I'm not only consist upstairs to play for you. I'd like you to hear how the music sounds in the darkness. It's quite an experience being so close to the pipes. You know narrow suffocating especially when I the great pass Cardia and fuelled of Bach. We'll see I don't want to stay one of the Ryan burgers symphonies or the great rows of Cesar Frank Margaret of course preferred CICIS. Talk your very gullible. Amanda and you get. You killed her in this room. You're going to kill me but why one gets tired every now and then of mere music sometimes classics demand. Competition screamed for example. There's something so exciting about pulling out all the stops and drowning out all human sound. Have you ever tried to match your voice? Miss peabody against the thunderous voice of its most effective and then when the struggle gets weaker when the air is almost gone. And you're chokin gas for breath to bring the music down softer softer imagine. Would you deny that pleasure amish? Show the context. It takes about eight hours before the gives out. But you know I could play for days and don't worry about the children. I think you convince them about the coast that someone shut the door. It's locked in the keys outside. Let me out let me out. Can we talk? I let me let me He's healthy nathe nine thousand nine hundred. I should be coming home in a few days. I still can't sleep at night. I still hear that. Now that Conan Music Feodor Evans. Once more allies dead at my feet was his heart as he died of fright knows few moments. He anticipated a hideous fake admitted to so many and I might have died. There had not gone so quickly. The children hated me. They wanted to kill us. Spoke terrible pathetic children. Jose must have sensed in that channel. It will other women beside his wife. She's on the buried and stuff away. One used parts of the pipe organ. She I was in that hype room alone with him for four hours before that door. Open there they stood. You'll never forget their faces. The thing they said you can come off now if you really sorry. I'm sorry. Are you sure he's quite dead. Yes he's dead. We were right all the time work. We must peabody yes. You're right now we to come and help us find Momma And so closes fuel in C minor starring Miss Identity Beano and Vincent Price. Knight's Tale of suspense is produced and directed by William Spear. This is IDA Lupino. Mr Spear has just been telling me a little about next week's suspend show the stall would be Thomas Mitchell in the story about a man who had headaches tried everything to cure them finally went to a psychiatrist and found out that he was a murderer that Sydney broadcast we listeners. Won't want to Miss One more word. Don't forget to buy that war bond this week next. Thursday's same time you will hear Thomas. Mitchell and Donald Crisp been presented by Romo wines are all m. a made in California or enjoyment throughout the world. This is the Columbia Broadcasting. All right my beautiful beautiful screamers. I hope you enjoyed that. Little flashback to yesteryear to the golden age of radio with episode suspensive Spooky Stuff Never trust a man obsessed with his own Oregon. Am I ride kids am I right? Of course I'm right now. This is normally where I would start wrapping things up but we need to have a little jet serious debt About what's going on this week and we're I am right now and how it's going with the show going forward for the next unknown length of time. Let's just start by saying that it has been a week. It's a very bad week. And everything's been crashing in on me and it's bad here. I've debated talking about this stuff because it's all very depressing and I said when I first went into isolation to all of you here that I'll get keeping positive puzzled force during this crisis. But that's when I thought it was going to be two weeks or a month but it keeps dragging on and on and on and on and it's really getting to me being here New York City by myself. Hopefully it's not as bad where you are as it is here. I mean things are getting better but it's still bad but the walls are just closing in now. The warm weather is here. I just want to be anywhere else. But my apartment but there's nowhere to go. I don't have a car. I don't have access to the subway. That's the least of my problems right now. But we're GONNA go a little memento with this. We're GONNA be able to move meant that we're gonNA start the and we're going to work. I told you we're going to be talking about my super psycho. Sixteen this week with Brandon and Chris and Michael from desktop gorgeous which is that upcoming. Queer drags slasher. That's hopefully coming out soon but again with this crisis who the fuck knows not the now? I did a session with them yesterday and it was so good. I was so happy when I checked the files today. I realized that I fucked up. I made a rookie mistake. I had the wrong. Mike turned out so instead of using this Mike that I'm using right now. It was all coming through the Webcam. And it's all sounds terrible. It's wonderful session. And it's a long funny insightful session and I can't use it because I fucked up because I'm fucked up right now you guys. I said I can't sleep my recurring nightmares. I have three recurring nightmares about where I have to go back to high school for some weird reason one or more packing like going home on a long journey to get home and have to pack this enormous amount of stuff. It's impossible and I can never find the car. And it's all frustrating stuff and the other one is. I'm being stopped usually by my parents who have some kind of weapon they wanNA kill me now. I'm having all three of those dreams combined into one gigantic mega nightmare. And I love a good matchup but this fucked days are awful nights awful. I just want this to end. But there's no end in sight and I fucked up and I said okay. You're stressing Patrick. Need some time off medicine. I need to get show you guys as well at least one to let you know what's going on before. I make any huge changes and leave you hanging and I realized that I fucked up these files record with the boys after the other two events that happened today I found out that the woman upstairs older woman who lives alone in a four four walkup pass away from the virus for the past month or so. I've been bringing her lunches and dinners from that. Free meal service at the city is giving up that. I'm also taking part of any she. I I went on to get my lunch and her lunch and I came back and knocked on the door and wasn't there and the neighbor told me that she got sick last night and she was don but don's morning and that's really sad but I have this nagging fear now like what did I give a tour. I've been in contact with her every day. Was it me their passed it onto those launch back somehow. I don't know I'm scheduled to get a test now. But it's not for another week and have to go all the way to the other side of Queens. How I'm going to get there but I'll get there lot question marks there and on top of all Larry Kramer died. Larry fucking Kramer died. If you don't know who Larry Kramer's Larry Kramer as been the voice of gay life life in the AIDS Eric. He is was an activist. He was a playwright. He wrote the normal heart that they've been the movie out of he was a he was a hero he was villain he was and he was hated because in the eighties muchly today when the people were dying by the thousands and nobody in the government care nobody in the government even acknowledged. Larry Kramer stood up. Hey fuck off. We're here and we're not going to go away until you fucking do something. And he did not play Nice. He didn't care about hurting people's feelings. He didn't care about stepping on people's toes. He didn't care what anybody thought about him. He just wanted to get help for his community and he founded gay men's health crisis he found all sorts of AIDS organizations. He has been fighting for forty fucking years tooth and nail and he's riddled with cancer for quite some time as bitter brittle withered old man. Who still had all this fucking firing him. I got to meet him once. It was terrifying but imposing still even this shriveled form of an old man. He's gone. He survived the plague. I don't died of the virus. Not But he died during got us through one period. Blake and left this and this and I'm not exaggerating. State is a lot of other people would not be alive right now about him. I would not be here without. Gmac just to know that that fire has gone out is it's a deep deep. And what are the reasons putting out? This show is so difficult because it requires me to be on social media longtime ago when it's offer stars try to avoid social media as much as possible limit your time on it because it's GonNa drive you crazy unfortunately when you have to produce and market research apart a podcast you're gonna be on the Internet and you're GonNa get noticed as somebody's sitting your message. Check that messaging. You just happen to catch a headline the stricture interest for whatever reason the next thing you know. It's four hours later and you're tearing hair and I didn't follow my own advice. Found that it was impossible to follow my own advice at the shore to and there's been a conflict for weeks now. I keep putting off and put these often half assing and it's not healthy for me right now. I gotta get my head together and I hate to be doing this. During Pride Month about pride distort the GAY podcast might disappear. Yeah I think I might disappear for a bit. I haven't made any decisions yet. I am going to be speaking with a counselor tomorrow on. Starting obsessions just. Because I can't do this on my own. I know damn well to not listen to my By stubborn tourists brain. When I get like this I can handle it. You're man no no no no no. You're a human being and this extraordinary unprecedented time and you need a little help. You got nobody to talk to you all day long. You need to talk to somebody and somebody in social media and not somebody who zoom call. The other great everything. But it's not the same. I need to talk to somebody who can talk me down off the Goddamn Ledge. Not that I'm going to be now. Let me take that back. I'm not suicidal. I'm just not copay and need to get my head back in order. And there's no shame in asking for help ever especially the time like this and before we wrap up. Unin take a page from the Larry Kramer Handbook. Because I said Larry Kramer gave no fucks Kramer. Gave a fuck about his community and making sure that survived. And if you're in his way fuck you he was gonna go tooth and nail hip belt and do to get through. I need to get this off my chest right now. The thing that keeps me in on social media is all of stuff where the anti-massacre report people doing horrible things outrage links. Do not wear a mask during insane. Time the think you do as a courtesy to somebody else to infect them in case you're a carrier the simple little sacrifice that people are unable to do. He's growing through this shit and it keeps getting me angrier and angrier and I bit my tongue and that's why I'm listening right now. That's where I'm going over my essays but I gotTa keep talking because I got to get this out and I'm not stopping. Here's the thing. I don't give a fuck wine salt right now. If you're an anti master tough fucking Shit. Listen Up Patriot. My parents grew up in the depression and through World War. Two and I'm well acquainted with all the stories that they told my uncles told and I heard stories over and over and over a how people had to sacrifice all the time to get through during the depression. My grandmother who I never got to me even though they had nothing both of my grandparents on that side Irish immigrants. They came over here with nothing but a truck driver. She was a housewife doing people's laundry on said they had nothing still if she encountered someone down on the luck on the street during the depression. Who needed a meal? She would invite them to the family home to sit down the table at the table and have dinner with them in had nothing. They'll win a little bit hungry to help somebody else. And during World War Two government order throughout the United States throughout Canada in UK. Probably other parts of the world is well. I'm not sure but the ones that never doing it. Phase were rationed. Food was rationed. You had to give up your food to help the men and women overseas. You can only have so much milk. You don't have so much meat. You can have so much decks bread at people's sacrifice that willingly at people were going hungry if you live through these old time radio shows every other ad either for wine or it's for ironized these tablets. What are on these tablets for there to help with the iron deficiencies that you get from not eating of red meat during rationing where people crying about it no because it was for a greater good. Sometimes they were be orders would come down to sacrifice everyday items in Your House. That might be luxury at it. They might need aluminum or tin or steel. You might have to give up all your pots and pans to donate to the cost of the men and women overseas fight the battle for the greater good and I did it without hesitation without complaining. They did without they sacrifice and they did it joyfully and they were proud of it bake sales. Were done people going door to door collecting for the war effort all the time. Lj The regular part of life granted. There was a different kind of leadership at the time that we clearly do not have now but the fact that people did all this stuff joyfully willfully without campaigning for the greater good which eventually they were rewarded for when evil was put down their other world and prosperity happened throughout the land on a good leadership. You can't put on a fucking mask without complaining and you call yourself a patriot. You selfish son of a bitch. How Dare You? How dare you? You're an embarrassment did I offend you. Don't really fucking care because this might be my last fucking show. I don't know I really don't know but what I do know is that I'm not going to be good to anybody else until I get my shit together. It's that whole airplane rule. You know you can't put on you know put on your oxygen mask first before you help the person next to you or your child that your wit because you're no good anybody until you are safe and secure position and not there right now and you know what. I'm not there because of your fucking selfish son of a bitch. What if you have your hate mail by all means bringing on cruet scream queens dot com queens with Z? Feel free to find me on facebook. That's Greens harpo scream Gate tweet me on twitter. Why not I scream queens or on instagram at Scream? Queens podcast bring it on. I'm not afraid of you and to all the rest of my screamers out there who are playing by the rules and help keeping your family and your community safe. No matter what happens with the show or anything else going forward. Just stick to stick to the plan. You know the plan you know the rules survive this thing firefly survive. The Night May to the final real. Stay Calm Wash your fucking hands. And where fucking mask and don't forget how much. I love you and know that no matter how long it takes for me to get my head back in place I will be back until then please stay fuck and fabulous hold it depresses okay. I can't believe you like that because it is now eighteen hours later when I finished recording and I just WanNa luncheon no idea late night session with an online therapist and I am feeling world's better I had the best night's sleep that have had in weeks being able to get all this anger and rage and confusion and frustration outs. That I've been bottling up. For How many days seventy five at this point that much that? I don't take back anything that I said I was angry and I meant and I still mean and like I said in the episode. I said that I was going to try to keep everything light and I I don't want to tell you guys is either paying a fake picture of what goes on here ever and try to keep the show as real as possible so I just want to let you know that right now. I'm doing better but all that and I'm going to be talking this guy a couple of more times. I haven't decided ever going to be taking some time off yet. We might be making a compromise that since I do enjoy doing the guest sessions because it's socializing that I might spend the next couple of weeks recording those parts of the episode in advance and not doing this other stuff that requires me to be on the Internet the different kind of way. That stresses me out. So we'll see just want to let you know I'm doing a million times better. So don't you don't worry about me. I'm going to be cool. You're going to be you what you're already until next time. I'll be back like I said earlier but now I'm happy I'm happy and I'm just saying okay. Patches sign off. You're going you're going okay. I'm going slam. Take it away for tonight's show unless otherwise classified has written by Sam Hades all of his music at www dot band camp dot com aero.

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The Pussy Centipede #39: Mwah Ha Ha!

The Pussy Centipede

07:31 min | 2 years ago

The Pussy Centipede #39: Mwah Ha Ha!

"It's pussy time in America. The time has come for another episode of the pussy centipede. Can you dig it, man? Can you dig it? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Now, the pussies. Now. What it is. I. Welcome to episode thirty nine of the pussy centipede more. Third as everyone knows thirty nine is a sexual position when you put ice cream in your move. What? The last episode of the pussy centipede warden poop in fart approach Dr kitties and scorpion send junior with an offer. If they went on a creepy mission for him, he would pardon them, and they would be released from jail. Let's get back to the story. We're in proven fart. What is this creepy measuring? You want to send us on? Well. I received this hologram message. From my friend, Vincent Price, watch it and you'll see. I just put myself we'll. Sorry excuse the poop smell, and then Scorpene junior was like. Yeah. That poop smells foul yell. Even in the ghetto. I it's now anything like that. Yeah. Be what's up? Yeah. I'm about to bust the cap and you'll ass. Yeah. One proven fight. Yeah. You are threatening a government pooping official. Do not do that. I'll retract my offer of this creepy mission, and you will do even more time in jail than you already are. Okay. L show us this hologram now. L wa and then warden poop and fart opened a hologram projector in a tiny image of Vincent Price, the horror actor appeared. I'm Vincent prize. Hello warden Kuban far. I'm endanger, I stopped with my companion. Michael Jackson to get hamburgers at a Wendy's and Cincinnati Ohio, and the Wendy's was taken over by group of creepy. Monsters called the creeps were trapped here now and Wendy's we don't even have burgers, and the creeps are going to kill us. Please help us warden. Poop in fodder, your only hope Vincent Price. I'm out. Moja Vincent Price is creepy. Message Ma sent a chill through the hearts of scorpions in junior and Dr kitties. He want us to I'm out go to the Wendy's. Yeah. Yeah. You want us to bus the cap in ashes of these crepes and save Michael Jackson and Vincent Price. And then you'll pardon us. Yes. If you save Vincent Price. I will pardon you. You will be free. I don't give a fuck about. Michael jackson. All right. Are you ready to accept the mission? Yeah. You know, I'm down. Me too. Yeah. Yeah. Why are you saying? Yeah. Yeah. Y'all saying yell is my thing. I've been in jail with you for so long. I guess when people our relationships mammy, I'm mad together they start to sound the same. Now, we're not in relationship Yao. Stop saying. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. You guys. It's time to go. Here. I got each of you a desert eagle gun. So you can shoot the creed. I also got you a two thousand eleven dodge challenger r t. It has ninety thousand miles on it drive. It to Cincinnati Ohio to the Wendy's. Okay. Okay. Am I gonna get this shit? I was arrested with back Yao. Yes. Here is this stuff. You were arrested with scorpion subdued one. Pair of Carl Kanai boot cut jeans. One a knee. Jay. Jersey with the number sixty nine hundred thanks. Yeah. I can't wait to get out of these present close. Yeah. Sue now, you know the creepy mission. What? Dr kitties wa. And scorpion send junior. We'll have to go to Wendy's and say, Vincent Price and Michael Jackson. Ingests than a storm started. It was going to be a dark and stormy night when Dr kitties and scorpions and junior drove the dodge challenger to Wendy's. Stay tuned for the next step Assode. When they're creepy. Adventure begins. I'm Bunyala Ma. What? And this was the pussy Senate peed.

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The Tingler

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

1:15:31 hr | 2 years ago

The Tingler

"Returning Wednesday August fourteenth watches music's next great hits or born from the executive producer of the voice. It's song land a groundbreaking new series where the biggest biggest names in music grammy winning producers and undiscovered songwriters come together to create the next hit song with stars like John Legend Old Dominion and the Jonas Brothers as you may just witness the birth of your next favorite Song Yeah you won't want to Miss Song Land Returning Wednesday August fourteenth on N._B._C. and listened to song lands podcast on the iheartradio rap or wherever you get your podcast welcome stuff to blow your mind. Production iheartradio has networks. Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Land and I'm Joe McCormack end in the grand tradition of the dark crystal highlander to the quickening two thousand one space odyssey boy. Do we have a movie episode for you today. That's right <hes> we've previously wondered if we would get outside of the sixty seventies eighties and nineties for a movie episode and now we have because this episode takes us to nineteen fifty nine fine <hes> this is a very nineteen fifties kind of movie in multiple ways as they will actually kind of connect with our series on psychedelics though I'm not sure if that's why we ended up doing this so today we're gonNA be talking about. William Castle's the Tingler. How did we arrive at the Tingler? What was this this was your idea right? Well Yeah like basically we just did that. Big MM series on psychedelics five episodes and I was thinking well. It's time to do a movie episode again well. Let's let's do psychedelic film and so I was thinking well. Maybe we'll do something like blue sunshine from nineteen seventy eight which we were both partial to or up. Yes one of the ugliest films of the does concern like L._S._d.. or I thought well you know maybe more like a modern <hes> film beyond the Black Rainbow which is another psychedelic film that I I really like but then I started poking around and I realized that the the earliest reference to L._S._D.. In a major motion picture is none other than nineteen fifty-nine the tingler really the earliest. I didn't know that yeah that's what I that's what I've read. Is that <hes> the references l._S._D.. In this film marked the first time as L._S._D. was referenced in a major motion picture. I mean it would make sense because as we know from our research on psychedelics <hes> there was legitimate l._S._D.. Based therapy or L. assisted therapy going on in the nineteen fifties. There was <hes> l._S._D.. Therapeutic research going on in the nineteen fifties <hes> it was it was kind of all over the place and actually in the nineteen fifties it wasn't as controversial yet as it would become later right and it was legal at this point <hes> yeah and so they're probably would have been a lot of experience in fact I remember reading a few accounts about people in Hollywood specifically saying that they benefited from Melanie assisted therapy the movie stars in the nineteen fifties who had therapists in Beverly Hills that gave him L._S._D.. And had them lie on the couch and talk through their problems and they were like wow this stuff is a great so it's Kinda. Surprising didn't end up in the movies earlier. Yeah it really is but it's not surprising to me anyway that it ends up in a horror-film in essentially kind of a B picture because because that's where you see a lot of the first <hes> strikes the first references to some sort of new idea new movement new sometimes a new technology or some sort of news societal concept or fear. I think we should give you the listener a direct taste the flavor of the Tingler so <hes> could we do a little audio sample here. I'm wondering castle. I feel feel obligated to warn you about the next attraction. It will say this that the picture is the tenure which I direct and for the first time in motion picture history members of the audience including you well actually play a part in the picture you will feel some of the physical reactions the shocking sensations experienced the actors on the screen. I guarantee that the Tingler has more shocks per minute and my last film the House on Haunted Hill but don't be alarmed. You protect yourself. When you see the picture you will be told and remember the instruction how you can God yourself from attack by the Tingler now? May I show you a few scenes from the Tingler all right so that was William Castle himself right just selling you on this picture. It's such a weird trailer because there's just part tired of it but it's just basically him in front of the camera saying I've got a picture for you. He's he's like he's not like a film director. He's like a guy with the traveling medicine show. He's like. I must warn you that at these tonics are so potent they have been outlawed in four counties for the amazing benefits it has you know like he he's just selling it and selling it and and and so William Castle of course was a horror director he directed movies like the House on Haunted Hill which also has vincent price. I don't did the clip reveal that this movie has been surprised the tingler features vincent price in the lead role so you mentioned house on Haunted Hill <hes> fifty nine tingler and fifty nine follow that up with thirteen ghosts in nineteen sixty back to back <hes> he would go he would produce a number of pictures like this he would go on to produce Rosemary's baby in nineteen sixty eight. Oh so <hes> produce not to reduce yeah of course so so the where we enter the Tiller territory here though is after the success of House on Hounded Hill Columbia Pictures set castle up with his own unit and <hes> and this was his first project under that unit <hes> he <hes> he this was mainly because you know he had a reputation for delivering films on time under budget and he was was famously a promotion king when it came to these films and was all in the throughout his career often you know pulling out these different gimmicks yeah like not just selling the theater experience in the shock of the film but but something beyond like some new technology that was going to make the film <hes> you know all the more evocative it was like for a time when people were bored with regular old movies so they would try gimmicks of course like three D. Right Three D. glasses and all that but but William Castle was sort of went in another direction yeah he beyond that so house on Haunted Hill was filmed in emergo which sounds it sounds like some sort of special filter that's used on the camera does have an an exclamation point after I don't think it did but it was kind of implied but basically this boil down to a red eyed skeleton prop would float over the theater on wires during key seen in the picture thirteen ghosts was filmed in illusion. Oh which men audience this is actually a little more uh-huh complicated audience members were given red blue screens to either see or hide the ghosts that appear in the movie. Oh I see so yeah there'd be like a like a color polarized is kind of image on the screen and so you could hold up the screen either see or not see the ghost on the picture and that's rather clever Bali like recent Blu Ray releases pieces of the film like combine with a little gadget that that replicates this effect. Yeah that's kind of fun homicidal from nineteen sixty one featured a fright break during which you could you break to catch your breath and decide if you wanted to stay and see in the finale or leave and get a full refund so you you know it's one of those you see this a lot with promotions of these pictures that they're so confident in its ability to deliver that day you were offered a full refund and then there was also Mr Sardonicus from nineteen sixty one and in this the audience got to vote with glow in the dark cards on the fate of the villain and this one's interesting because it was it was almost certainly gimmick <hes> because you had two innings you had the mercy ending for the villain and then the the ending where the villain got his comeuppance offense and their allegations that they never even shot the mercy and like nobody who's GonNa vote for it so you know you didn't really have the choice. It was just the illusion of the choice right which audience is going to be like. I don't want the villain to be punished. Yeah Castle claimed that he shot at buttons but some disagree and then there were various various other promotional gimmicks and claims over the year but the Tingler is ultimately. I think the most famous of these because it was filmed in perceptive oh perceptible. That's so good good from what I understand that means more like there were some appliances installed in seats in the movie theater which would which would mess with members of the Audience Basically Castle so purchased military surplus airplane wing the I series which are essentially vibration devices motors yeah <hes> in put these up under some of the chairs is in theaters showing the picture and they went off at a key moment in the film during which the Tingler the monster will describe in a bit is on the loose in a theater in the film and Vincent Price's character tells the audience to scream scream for your lives and then also castle planted human screamers in key locations as well L. Yeah <hes> and so this is funny because this has been replicated in other films like the movie Gremlins to from was it nineteen ninety or so or into the eighties. He's whenever it is that's a fantastic by the way one of the best of eighties motion pictures yeah <hes> one of my favorites <hes> John Carpenter's in the mouth of madness ends is in a movie theater. Oh yeah yeah so I think some of them are taking after this William Castle kind of thing where like there's a scene in a movie theater in the movie kind of breaks the Fourth Wall all too like wink at the audience. It'd be like just imagine you're in this movie theater. Yeah I was actually lucky enough to see the ting there for the first time a couple of years ago at the the Plaza Plaza theatre here in Atlanta where it was rift live by trace Bo you and Frank Kahn Eth oh from mystery science theater yeah they were there in person to <hes> terrific and they were not installed under the seats but the screaming part of the film was still a lot of fun like everybody really got into it and screamed for their lives right. They actually encouraged the audience audience to scream because they suggest that the monster from the film has become real in his out in the theater with you. Yes I can imagine that was a lot of fun with Dr Forrester and TV's Franklin hand. Oh absolutely so that's basically castle in a nutshell. I don't know how much we really have to say about Vincent price because he's Vincent Bryce he he was a legend Hollywood legend acted more than one hundred films everything from the Ten Commandments in nineteen fifty six to a string of wonderful Edgar Allan Poe adaptations he was in the fly the abominable Dr Fives I abs ultimate later on towards the end of his career <hes> Edward Scissorhands and so I mean he's in he was in his Batman. He was the muppet show oh he was a cooking enthusiast and author supporter of commendable social issues and campaigns. I mean he's one of those rare old Hollywood stars that the more you learn about him and I feel like the end of the more you look up to him the respect in the more you can even relate to him the rare case where you there's a famous person who doesn't turn out to be more and more of a sleazebag the memorialized and then there's a finally of note here. There's the screenwriter of the tingler which it's easy to overlook films like this. Yes somebody wrote this us. There was a screenwriter and the screenwriter someone of note because it's <hes> it was rob white live nineteen o nine through nineteen ninety and he was a prolific writer <hes> that's probably best remembered as the author of the nineteen seventy two novel Death Watch which has been adapted twice once with Andy Griffith and Sam Bottoms and a second time in two thousand fourteen with Michael Douglas in Jeremy Irvine <hes> white had previously worked with castle on House on one hundred hill and he was impressed apparently by a creepy white worm prop on the set but he was also inspired to make the mad science angle in the story a little more cutting edge by bringing in L._S._d.. <hes> so Turner Classic Movies <hes> Insider Info <hes> shares a quote from an interview that author. Tom Weaver had with white. Tom Weavers great by the way he he doesn't really good commentaries on some of the universal monster cool you raise that are out yeah. He's the author of this particular book. It's from his apparently return of the be science fiction and horror heroes. This is white's white speaking here quote. I wanted something different from the typical shot or pill that you see in movie trips out. His Huxley told me about a Doctorate U._C._L._A.. WHO's running an experiment on lysergic acid l._S._d.? So I went up there to see this man Dr Cohen and he gave me some of F- <hes> he took me into a nice little room with a cot in a radio any got something out of his refrigerator and gave me a shot. It was all legal then I watched the grain in the would writhing around and listen to the music. It was very pleasant. Although I did never want to do it again this is funny that he describes it as pleasant because it is specifically deployed in the movie as part of the like acid exploitation kind of vibe where like gives you nightmares drives you insane right now a huxley you might remember from Mar psychedelic episodes not only wrote <hes> brave new world but he wrote the highly influential book the doors of Perception Nineteen fifty four which explores the psychedelic experience yeah and into Huxley had a correspondence with <hes> Humphry Osmond who was an important nineteen fifties <hes> psychedelic researcher and they it was from their correspondence. I believe leave the term psychedelic came yeah and then oh by the way I think we may have touched on this and past episodes of stuff to blow your mind but Huxley <hes> experienced a fantasia <hes> he couldn't foreign <hes> you know mental images in his mind except when he'd had large quantities of masculine that's interesting yeah so so white had this experience experience worked into the plot and we'll discuss how he does that later but then apparently white related his experiences Vincent Price Hoping that it would convince price to give a more convincing evincing performance in the film you know specifically in the scene where he's supposed to be on l._S._D.. But then price allegedly just disregarded the suggestion and did it like the typical like Vincent Vincent Price Freak out saying Oh yeah he's got the wide open mouth and the Oh he's I think he's supposed to be hallucinating that the walls are closing in on him but the scene hilarious because he's trying to prevent the walls from closing in on him by running back and forth between the walls and it's like a thirty foot wide room so he runs pushes on a wall and runs all the way to the other side moaning and pushes on that wall yeah I don't Wanna I don't WanNA blame price. <hes> any of this because I mean he's still gives a really solid performance ultimately the glue holding the whole thing to get his charisma carries the film. I mean one thing I will say about this movie is I was surprised how engaging was we watched it just last night. I don't know how I've made it this far without seeing the tingler before especially because I love you know nineteen fifties horror movies and I how did it happen. I think for some reason I had maybe been told or I just assumed somehow that it was one of those really dull dry nineteen fifty sci fi horror movies. You know there are a number of those. There are a lot of fifties horror movies. I like that maybe have a great funny looking monster sad or proper something but a lot of the characters and the dialogue are just infinitely stiff you know kind of like gray a neutral things receding into infinity and so it just happens. Sometimes I assume this was one of those not the case at all. This movie is like highly highly engaging really funny camp and <hes> I couldn't stop. I couldn't stop watching yeah. I think it's it's easy to overlook it from our standpoint looking back through cinematic history because on one hand if you see just a line of the different movie monsters the Tingler is not going to be as captivating as certainly like universal monsters but even other things like the the the crawling brain creatures and fiend without a face that sort of thing and it can easily be lost in the shuffle. It also doesn't help that the the a trailer for it is just William Castle telling you how scary it's going to be like shots of people screaming yeah but it is a really fun movie I think because a lot of it I think has to do with the charisma of of Vincent Price and like the weirdness of the premise a lot of it also just has to do with the Zany -ness of the plot yeah it has a Zany the plot and and really just a weird premise we're going to get into this and and ultimately draw some some science out of it but yeah. This is a weird plot plot and even if whites L._S._d.. Experiences didn't have a huge influence on Vincent price's performance in ultimately. They don't even factor into the plot all that deeply I still wonder I wonder if you know if what we're looking at here. Some of the weirder aspects of it might have something to do with psychedelic experience. I think it is a more engaging film home because it was written by somebody who had l._S._d.. Experience I'll go. I'll go that far and make that assumption so maybe we should just describe what happens in the movie warning. We're going to have some spoilers spoilers for this movie from Nineteen fifty nine. Have you want to watch it. FRESH PAS the podcast now go see it. It's available for rent at all major online and movie rental <hes> websites all right so the plot of the film is kind of a mess but here's the crazy central nugget upon which everything is based based is that Dr Warren Chapman. That's prices character. They say shape in shape in okay so a couple of years since I've seen it so Dr Chapman he's a pathologist who makes a game changing discovery about human physiology something that scientists healers Shamans <hes> you know <hes> body hacking warriors I failed to discover throughout our species entire history and this is it we all have a centipede like Parasad Aka eighteen angler a fix to our spine and it curls up feeds whenever we exhibit fear in if it keeps feeding it kills us by constructing constricting are Her screams go yeah but these are these feel unsettling for sure yeah totally and so this premise is amazing so vincent price it starts off off with him as a guy who does autopsies. He's like doing autopsies on executed condemned prisoners who were murderers and stuff and he he keeps getting this idea. Why do I find the spinal column cracked in destroyed? You know in these people who died of fright. There's actually a great part where he said that he says something like I've thought about not for two years but the spinal cracking due to fear the great man so yeah you just kind of have to imagine like all of his conversations with family and friends it all comes back to the spinal column breaking due to fear and yeah so he makes us discovery that it's it's a tingler. It's a parasitic organism. Not just these individuals have but that everybody has right. Everybody's gotTa Tingler and and I'm it's been a while since I I've seen it but as I recall like he uses l._S._d.. To try and invoke an intense enough experience a fear in himself to better study the Tingler is that right yeah so he's trying trying to to to document the Tingler by taking x rays of people's spines right after their mortified and <hes> and so he wants to do it to himself himself but he he laments the fact that nothing scares him. It's like you know when I was a child. I could have been afraid <hes> but now I'm just grown grown up and nothing nothing really scares me like that so he gets the bright idea to inject himself with L._S._d.. And this will they they explain helpfully in the film that this will induce use nightmares like nothing else and so he does it in the walls start closing in and he starts looking at a prop skeleton in his laboratory and this causes him to have such terror or that I guess the Tingler comes out of him but the problem is I think what he's trying to come out. That's right it. Activates it activates which means puffs up like a balloon on your spine and you you can see it in x-rays when you wouldn't normally be able to see it <hes> and so the thing that he's trying to do I think is the Tingler to puff up and then see what happens if he doesn't scream scream but he's not able to do it. He he's so overcome with fear that he has to scream and from this I think he concludes that it is impossible to avoid aide screaming. If the tingler swells up to a significant size and screaming is a natural response that you can't avoid unless say you are incapable of screaming a- and that's where we get to our next plot element because meanwhile theater owner Oliver Higgins has a terrible relationship with his wife Martha Yeah Oliver also so <hes> owns a theater and the theater that is used later and I believe they just they just show silent films. That's right yeah yeah they don't they only do the old movies and and the like at one point. There's a there's a long seen toward the end where they're just showing an old silent movie. That's a real old. Silent movie seemed like a convenient way to pad the runtime <hes> so anyway Oliver Martha they do not get along and we're we're presented with a lot of scenes discharging how poorly they get along. They're always fighting and <hes> and we also learned that she herself. Martha is deaf and Mute so you can see where this is going now. Having heard about the Tingler from <hes> <hes> his neighbor <hes> thence price <hes> Higgins plots to scare his wife to death knowing that she will be unable to scream to keep her her own tingler from killing her okay does that make sense so when you scream because you're scared that stops the tingler from swelling up to such a size that it breaks your spine and kills you right but if you can't scream it will swell up to that size break your spine and kill you so he just has to terrify his wife to death right and that's what he he sets out to do. He frightens her to death the mix of of stage what I assume or supposed to be actual hallucinations including actually really trippy <hes> seen in this black and white movie in which a hand emerges from a red bathtub yeah. That's an interesting thing I guess is another sort of cinematography gimmick castles in a way where the movie is in black and white but there is one scene where <hes> where this woman is having this horrifying experience where she looks into the bathroom and the the bathtub is full of red liquid presumably blood and she has a terrible terrible fear of seeing blood <hes> and so like how did they do that. I was reading about it. Supposedly what happened happened is they spliced in this one scene that was filmed in color. Were everything in the scene had to be like painted black and white and gray except the bathtub which had the role in it <hes> that that's what's been alleged <hes>. I don't know if that's actually true. I guess another way it could have been done is just like hand coloring of a black and white image well there either way the result is impressive when I saw it for the first time in the theater not expecting it to happen who's live with legitimately <hes> wowed by it <hes> because on one hand it's like oh she's seeing blood so vividly that it's visible in black and white but also it's like this is a black and white world and the the this this fear <music> hallucination. You're actually seeing this color for the first time so she dies and then shape and performs the autopsy and removes the oversized Tingler from her spine. <hes> I guess it's either still swollen from feeding on all that delicious fear or just since she could never scream her entire life it was an enlarged a large specimen but then it escapes and it runs amok ends up in a movie theater. I'm skipping ahead like there's a lot of there's a scene where Vincent Price's character is is a sleeping in. It's crawling on him. Well th this is all to do with the conflict. I wonder if you might have been conflicting a couple of things earlier. Actually when you said that <hes> the Oliver Higgins and his wife Martha were always fighting what we definitely see a lot of his vincent price and his own wife finally yes. That's what I'm getting confused. His wife played by Patricia Tricia cuts who she's she's portrayed as like the scheming heiress who <hes> she doesn't take her husband seriously because he spends too much time working Rachel and I were talking about it and I was like this is kind of like a borat movie. It's like it's all about these guys are like my wife and they want to get revenge avenge on their wives and end up using the Tingler to do so and it's I cannot express how funny it is the way people in this movie. Keep saying saying the words the Tingler in dialogue so like there's a part where you know when the character is Oliver. Higgins is explaining his plot to murder his own wife and he says something like I got the idea from you about you know the Tingler yeah. It's just just the dialogue alone is is wonderful so at any rate <hes> skipping ahead the tingler running amok it's running amok in a movie theater <hes> and you know people are <hes> <hes> or or or vibrating the seats and then people watching it you know they're having the vibration effect going on as well ideally to heighten the fear and then <hes> shape and shows up and he's telling everybody scream scream for your life in order to subdue the creature right and they're able to subdue it and then shape in inserts the parasite the site back into Martha's corpse and then in confusing and perhaps nonsensical ending the husband winds up locked in a room with the corpse and he experiences variances this like crazy elucidatory fear in her corpse rises up from the table and his so scared he's unable to scream and we're left to presume what that means for him. I was trying to understand what was happening at the end there. It didn't make any sense to me. Why was she coming back to life? I don't know it yeah. It's not something something that has been established with the creature before it's not even suggested that it can animate a corpse I feel like they kind of just worked themselves into a corner there and in like what could be a flashing ending and let's do that. I guess so <hes> I don't know I mean maybe it's just kinda like it's like the ending of jaws right. You know where it's flake. People could complain like I don't understand doesn't make any sense that the shark has this tank in its mouth and that it explodes the shark when and I it's just like you know at that point join in the story. You're not worrying about it. It's the finale you're just. You're good with whatever yeah it's true they've Gotcha but but I do think we should just take another moment that just think about how wonderfully really weird and I'd argue incredibly psychedelic. Just the basic concept is I mean think about some of the perceptions in confrontations of fear <hes> The personification location and manifestation of various fears you see and psychedelic literature and descriptions psychedelic experiences and this film is telling you hey they're your fear is a weird bug big monster living inside you but you can fight back against it. You can scream at it. You can wrestle with it on the floor <hes> it. It feels suitably psychedelic in that sense. I think it's one of those things that is not literally biologically true but may actually be quite useful metaphor yeah <hes> you know I'm reminded of <hes> you know some of the things that <hes> terrence McKenna's written about talking about <hes> you know this disconnect <hes> that humans have with your inner realities and and from their souls and how might tie into psychological experiences of U._F._O.'s aliens he wrote we are alienated so alienated that the self self must disguise itself as an extraterrestrial in order not to alarm us with the truly bizarre dimensions that it encompasses so maybe I'm reading too much into the Tingler but <hes> but I don't know about that you are not reading too much into the Tingler. You are tingling just the right frequency. It's actually kind of a fun mental exercise to try and imagine like what would the world be like if there were tingler. Let's come back to that all right on that note. We're GONNA take a quick break but we'll be right back. 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It's not a not an Indo parasite or parasite recited all but it is a real life organism known as the velvet worm and the velvet worm <hes> I encourage everyone to look up images images or footage of this creature. I know it is factored into some recent. <hes> attenborough documentaries so there is some tremendous footage of these creatures even though they're they're they're hard to find as as we'll discuss here but they're roughly seventy species of velvet worm that are still thriving in the world and you'll only find women rainforest environments again. They're not parasites at all but rather a leaf litter Predator that that has this wonderful adaptation so just to describe borough quick. It's this this long looking creature that looks kind of like a centipede and looks almost exactly like the Tingler <hes> has this pair of a a long antenna in the front and as you're watching move around it is there's this odd feeling that what you're looking at is a little bit unlike any other organism like he kind of looks like a sea slug but it has legs and it is on the ground yeah so what's happening so it has a number of really cool adaptations for example it was rather slow moving but it is a Predator and the way that it acquires its prey is by shooting fast hardening slime. I'm from a pair of projections near its mouth in this <hes> fast <hes> this quick <hes> hardening slime subdues their prey long enough for the wormed to Shamil over a crack open the praise shell inject its digestive saliva and then suck the slurry of saliva. I have <hes> and you know generally like arthropods guts back out of the out of the slime Tusk. Oh my God that's awesome well. It's kind of like a some species Arachne it like the the Lasso spiders or the spitting spiders that <hes> will shoot a <hes> like some kind of projectile web thing and their prey or drop some kind have projectile web thing from above and then they can descend and then of course they also deal with some some vomiting or injecting digestive juices yeah and this creature you can also shoot the slime in self defense in the it's a very swift attack especially coming from a creature. That's otherwise quite slow the crazy thing about this <hes> <hes> this creature is that is often described as being like a halfway point between an earthworm and <hes> and you know proper insects so it's not a centipede which she would normally think of as having like an exo skeleton right yeah. It's it's a stranger creature and it's been around for about five hundred million years. Oh so this is a Cambrian Umbrian friend yeah yeah fossils back to the Cambrian age their fossils pop up in the Burgess Shale and Canada all right so we're talking like five hundred five million years old a and also the the Changjiang formation in China about five hundred twenty million years old so we have fossil evidence of essentially the same creature so wait a minute that would be I think all of those fossil beds are ancient marine fossil beds so would this also be creature that you would find in the water or would this spe- like a a water dwelling version of it or or do you know what's going on there. I'm not entirely sure on that countering that the species that are alive today are all terrestrial organisms assumes that the thrive exclusively rainforest environments <hes> they have waterproof skin they their legs have retractable claws laws and they have when it comes down to like how many legs they had it varies like some have as few as thirteen pairs of stubby legs others have as many as forty three pairs pairs of stubby legs depending on the species the the spigots that it's that it squirts the slime out essentially modified legs and then the slime autumn legs modified leg like little modified legs in the front that have become slime spigots nice within the glands that power those slime spigots they run the entire hireling through the creature's body and the amount <hes> for about ten percent of the creatures overall body mass well so basically muscles contract in squeeze it it out like fast squirting toothpaste and there's some other just really like weird curios about this particular creature <hes> for instance. There's at least one species of velvet velvet worm that is social in lives in groups ruled by dominant female and they have an entire hierarchy which is just mind boggling pulling. There's another species that's apparently all female the rescue sexual reproduction with the males in one particular genus simply depositing their sperm firm on the female skin which causes the localized area of the skin breakdown and permit the sperm to pass into the female's body and then swim to the ovaries. Oh so it's like a form of like chemical traumatic insemination yeah wow and some velvet worms lay eggs but most of them give birth to live young weird so yeah they are. They are strange creatures like really alien feeling creatures as alien if not more so than the tingler itself yeah especially the idea that so you have these little like a social group of these things <hes> but but of course you know you get into the the world of various creepy crawlers and you find signed other weird careers as well like I I was reading the other day that there are some varieties of centipede <hes> where you see maternal instinct where <hes> the the the mother centipede repeat will like corral young centipedes and like surround them to protect them so <hes> <hes> <hes> yeah I mean we shouldn't take <hes> just because something is is a seemingly primitive organism <hes> and and kind of Iki we shouldn't take for granted the complexity of its life cycle. Yeah I think <hes> a lot of these discoveries recovery's undercut the kind of traditional top level belief in nature red in tooth and claw where it's just outside of the mammals. It's all just killing killing and struggle and all that I mean I think the more we learn about not just <hes> you know other vertebrates but even invertebrates you you start to see <hes> <hes> I mean of course you will see you know like parents eating their young young eating the parents but you will also see strange almost mammalian looking parenting instincts that <hes> yeah you wouldn't expect if you just have this like struggle and fighting based view of nature absolutely so so again the Tingler don't watch the Tingler and expect inaccurate portrayal of velvet worm biology and behavior but roughly speaking like the creature is based on the <hes> the morphology <music> Oughta velvet worm well especially because I think <hes> don't they say in the movie. The tingler is like indestructible like they can't pierce it with any implements or something <hes> I imagine velvet worms or not quite like that they they look pretty soft to me well. They're certainly not indestructible and they're you know they're again. They're not parasites ascites it. It's really hard to imagine how a velvet worm could have <hes> I mean certainly we see creatures that you take on a parasitic relationship ship over the course of evolutionary history but it's hard to imagine how a velvet worm would carry this off you know like the worms start hanging out on people's necks or Hunnam commented next and you just kind of evolves from there <hes>. I don't think it really makes a lot of sense well I do. Well Follow up on that then I think maybe we should talk about <hes> the idea of fear in the Indo Symbian so there's the premise of the Tingler I guess is that we've got this. <hes> <hes> this endo symbiotic living inside us and I don't think it's ever said explicitly but I get the impression that it's that this thing has evolved with us. A sin is passed down from parents to offspring since there is no indication that people have to get exposed and infected at some point in their lives. You get the same impression right. It's it's it's seems to be implied that it's just ubiquitous like you're not gonna find communities of humans that do not have a tingler right and so this kind of cross generational inheritance Sheraton's <hes> of the Indo Sim beyond Tingler is what we would call vertical transmission <hes> parent to offspring transmission now it turns out that of course humans do have plenty of other organisms living in and on us which apparently have evolved with us and our vertically transmitted across generations percents <hes> one very ancient deep fundamental example is the might ACC- Andrea inside the cells in our body <hes> so of course <hes> the Mitochondria and is this ordinal that's found inside the cells of eukaryotic organisms meaning organisms with the cell nucleus and that of course includes us and the Mitochondria do important work to help supply the host cells with energy. They generate a design triphosphate or A._T._p.. which is a molecule Lacuna that carries chemical energy around inside the cells and inside the body <hes> but there are very weird things about my Takao Andrea so that there are these little organs Dell's inside ourselves but one example of a weird fact about them is that might Akande area have their own D._N._A.? So inside a cell in your body you've got your cell nucleus. Which is where you find your own primary genome the genetic code that builds your body but then there are these other little things inside inside ourselves that have their own separate genome and the really weird thing is when you examine that separate might akon drill genome inside ourselves? It looks an awful lot like the genome of a bacterium now. Why would that be well? The prevailing theory about the origin of Andrea is he's. Maybe even weirder than the Tingler. It is the long long ago a bacterium was somehow captured inside an early eukaryotic cell L. meaning of course a cell of the nucleus and instead of dying or just getting resort or whatever the bacterium lived and became part of the cell that captured it reproducing along with it and its descendants evolving along with the descendants of the capture cell so that now what was once a free floating bacterium bacterium that was completely unrelated to us is a fundamental part of the cells in our body. It's a crucial element in what ourselves do so in this the the human tingler relationship you could really look at it. It's kind of like this over size. Maybe like you know cartoon defied <hes> illustration of something that Nah that has actually occurred. Yeah I mean in occurs all the time in nature one organism just sort of becomes a part of another organisms lineage history history over time <hes> and becomes a part of their evolutionary story and this theory on the origin of Mine O'Connor has known as the Indo symbiosis theory. It's also a leading theory about the origins of other things like chloroplast in photosynthetic life forms when plants <hes> but of course it doesn't stop with the little things things inside ourselves. We've got other organisms living and evolving with us <hes> of all sorts not necessarily co evolved inside ourselves but definitely in on our our bodies and this the primary example of course would be the human microbiome the sum total of microorganisms that inhabit the environment of of your body. This can be hard to fathom but your body is likely home to so many microbes that your cells with your DNA are outnumbered ten to one button now what I'm about to say wouldn't apply in terms of mass or volume but just in terms of sheer numbers of cells. You are only ten percent of your own body the other ninety percent of the cells that are in you and on you are bacterial cells that are of course smaller than mammal cells and of course like the Tingler learned. There's evidence that are microbiome is transmitted not only horizontally meaning you know through exposure to microbes in the environment but also vertically passing directly from from mother to offspring and we can see this because babies tend to often pick up the same strains of bacteria found in their in their mothers and I think one of the most fascinating things we've learned in microbiology and Human Medical Science over the past few decades is how deeply bound up each individual human microbiome is with that that person's health and physiology and even with their psychology with what's happening in their brain and here's where I would argue that if the Tingler is a CO evolved Indo Oh symbiotic organism living inside our bodies for generations and influencing our fear and anxiety we sort of do have tinkler at least a collective tingler it appears to be your gut flora the microbes living in your digestive tract. It's been established in plenty of studies by now that there are relationships between what's happening in the gut flora and human behavior including things like depression anxiety <hes> and so does that relationship extend to the direct regulation of like the immediate fear response like a dozen the Tingler you know you can freaked out about something scary you encounter in your environment. It appears likely yes <hes> so I wanNA look at a recent study from two thousand eighteen by Alan e Hoban at all published in molecular psychiatry called the microbiome regulates MacDill independent fear recall and the basic just here is that normally mice can be conditioned to exhibit a fear reaction and this usually consists of freezing in place when they hear a sound that they've come to associate with something scarier bad you know so there's a tone that mice get scared of and when they hear the tone they freeze in place and the study found that germ free mice meaning mice that are depleted of their internal micro Biota do not show fear responses is the way normal mice do they appear to have a reduced ability to learn to be afraid of things and have the fear response and weirdly once these he's germ free mice are exposed to environmental microbes and become infested with all the normal kinds of bacteria that make a home inside my Scott's. The same aim mice suddenly do have a fear response again and the researchers believed that their studies shows that at least in mice the Gut Flora somehow exert control over the middle which is a region in the brain that appears to be crucial for generating fear in response to frightening stimuli now of course. We don't don't know if this would translate perfectly to humans. This is just a study in mice but there's a decent chance I think that the same is true for us and if this is true for humans can you imagine didn't like what if a fecal transplant which is that is what it sounds like <hes> or some other method of manipulating gut flora could could trigger fundamental changes in our propensity for anxiety or phobias or even our fundamental personality <hes> the haunted fecal transplants. It's like a a potential <hes> Gimmick for future horror film. I mean how crazy is that like that that we we're full of bacteria and other microbes that that are controlling our brains in a way it doesn't feel like that but it it does very much appear to be true. Yeah I feel like this is one of those things things that certainly over the course of of the show <hes> here's double your mind you know we we just have looked at it case after case where show where we we're exploring just the power of the microbiome you know and it's in the integration with with the mind and hopman what we think of when we think of ourselves yes exactly these bacteria in us and on us aren't just in US and on us they are us and we are them. <hes> the the most fundamental thing I mean the only way that you would really say that they are not us as they have different D._N._A.. Than we do but like they share the same body space they're they're involved in the same generation of behaviors as our brain cells are so yeah so basically we am Legion yeah amazing like how much of your idea of yourself your your Legion personality Your Legion identity is a result of effects generated by hi the ecosystem of non human organisms living in your digestive system. I posit that this is actually much weirder than having a Tingler on your spine. I I always anytime I think about all this though always come back to the Futurama episode where for fry eats a tuna sandwich that he buys out of a machine in <hes> men's room and it causes this <hes> they're like these little intestinal worms to build a colony inside bill little cities and and and then they start fixing him and they made him smarter and so essentially like it has <hes> there's an inner space aspect to the episode as well as the flowers for Algernon aspect to it. It's a great episode overall very funny <hes> but but what they're portraying in a sci-fi sense in an exaggerated cartoony away is essentially some some of what's going on yeah. We're we're full of these legions of life that in many senses control us and or at least exert influence over us and in some ways really truly are us yeah all right well. Maybe we should take another break and then after we come back we can talk a bit more about fear and the scream they say this starbucks nitro does for cold coffee what the Aurora Borealis does for the night sky what tidalwaves do for the Pacific Ocean and what the Grand Canyon well you get the idea idea. Are we really comparing starbucks nitro cold brew to the planet's Greatest Natural Wonders Yes yes we are sound too good to be true. I guess you'll just have to try it for yourself. STARBUCKS nitro cold brew. It's cold coffee that subtly sweet lush and velvety smooth also available with sweet cream and Keskar cold foam only at starbucks all right. We're back to say what you you will about the Tingler love it or hate it but it has some tremendous screams in it absolutely yeah and Robert. There was one thing we were talking about the day after I I I watched the Tingler <hes> I came in in the morning and we were discussing the quality of screams in movies and I had this reaction reaction to a part of the movie so my question is why do some screams feel so much more disturbing than others when you hear hear them like there's one screaming session and the beginning of the Tingler that felt like something that was not out of a nineteen fifties movie felt more like the Texas chainsaw amount with some great screaming in that film courtesy of <hes> what Marilyn Burns Yeah <hes> but it just like the the pure sonic quality I mean it was nothing about what was happening on screen. It's just it's the sound of it felt extremely disturbing. Almost unbearable it had this weird kind of forbidden or pornographic quality to it it <hes> and this is purely to do with what it sounded like the auditory qualities and nothing else most movie screams especially from the horror movies of the nineteen fifties I feel kind of sanitary Kinda stagey and clean <hes> but this scream at the beginning of the Tingler feels wrong and you want it to stop and the only reason I could really identify. was that something about it sounded the word that came to my mind was ragged yeah. Do you know what I'm talking about. Yeah absolutely this yeah this kind of like ragged like screaming with no no intention of retaining your voice for the next set of takes in and when you see when you do encounter it in film it it does just add to the <hes> the intensity of the horror <hes> and you know only a few films really come to mind. I instantly think of Texas chainsaw massacre I think of house by the cemetery in which you have a small child disturbingly enough who is screaming its head off <hes> in a similar fashioned where it has this raw intensity yeah and it's it's like a I I was honestly shocked by how disturbing it sounds just to hear a scream like that that like even with no context at all because no stories happening at this point in the movie. There's just like just before it starts there just like we'll throw some screams at you and it really it really like hurt to listen to and so I was thinking about that. Wow what's going on with that scream and well one read could be joe that it's causing your Tingler to relax and I like my tingler inflated. Oh my goodness what if this were the case what if what if the Tingler does not relaxed does not react the act all to fake screams it has to be like a significantly believable screen Oh and therefore a lot of our horror movie viewing is ultimately pointless because you're not catharsis to like it's not actually going to relax the tingler that is <hes> that is slowly. <hes> you know exerting this death grip on our spine yeah eh one of those smooth polished stagey screams that just <hes> does nothing for your Tingler yeah but I can sit around all day and discuss the ramifications of if the Tingler was real <hes>. Let's get back to just the nature of screens in our reality okay well. I've got that questions so we can table that for a second about like what is it about the sonic qualities of that scream that felt so different than most movie screams especially that period the the other thing is just the question of why do we scream. Is there a biological answer her what's going on the the second question I think is is not a super complicated. One like the leading theories about why we screamer just not very surprising right. Eh <hes> screaming in response to fear is most likely some kind of instinctual alarm call when you see something dangerous you kind of scream automatically and this serves the purpose of communicating the threat to others because we're social animals right and we see animals that do this <hes> to communicate with members of their own species. We see animals that do this seemingly communicate with with other species as well yeah totally <hes> and this could serve several different biological functions. Maybe all at the same time they're not mutually exclusive. One is to immediately mmediately request help you know like I need air support. <hes> you scream to request help from friends and Ken and other protectors or even other types of animals in your environment especially <hes> help from adults if the scream comes from a child. I think that's like a very specific kind of thing like you know you hear your kids scream and there's like this this automatic powerful immediate response yeah. That's another reason why house by the cemetery Lucille sees film probably so disturbing because because you're getting this very authentic scream from a young child and there's also the sense that they just terrified a young child yeah yeah I mean yeah that's especially bad ed because they sound actually scared <hes> but a couple of other possible biological functions the scream serves again not mutually exclusive and other one is to maybe warn nearby Ken of danger reducing their own risk so you share some genes with them you scream and that warns them of danger. There also in reduced danger because now they're on alert right right so I wandered away from the rest of the tribe and a large Predator jumped out at me well I got that one good scream and so I may be toast but at least there's a shot of the rest of my people hearing my death cry and reacting to save their own skin yeah and then another perhaps secondary. Maybe maybe possibly in some cases. This is what's going on could be defensive. Some predators are threats might be frightened or held at bay by a sudden very loud noise yeah the this this is this is a true I mean you one of the things that is advising. Encountering say a bear in the wild is to be loud. Yeah make a lot of noise exactly we yeah but but there are also some interesting find so so like the question about why we scream biologically that doesn't seem like a big mystery that that seems like one of those pretty straightforward straightforward evolutionary stories is at least as far as we know but there are some very interesting scientific findings about what happens in our brain when we hear screen and and so I was reading about a study by <hes> by Luke H Arnall at all in current biology in two thousand fifteen called human screams occupy a privileged niche in the communication education soundscape and so essentially with the author's here found is that the brain has a different dedicated pathway for processing screams in this pathway is sort a separate from the way it processes other sounds and other types of auditory communication between people <hes> and so they did some brain imaging and revealed that most as to the time incoming audio is perceived by the ear of course and leads to activity in the standard auditory processing centers but screams on the other hand are heard and then they sort of bypass normal auditory processing and instead trigger pretty much immediate activation in the amid Daloa region the region of the brain that of course is very important for generating the fear response now the brain seems to immediately recognize screams as signaling something threatening and then responds accordingly. It's kind of like it's like shortcut in there. You don't need to figure out what's going on. As soon as you hear the scream the fear that you know the the alarm state wells. It's up inside you and so I was wondering what's the acoustic criterion here like how does the brain tell what a scream is or how much like a scream a Arm You know deep verses those rapidly pulsing alarms might play the same pitch maybe even at the same volume but sudden but like rapidly pulsing all sing La between loud and quiet and it takes on this kind of rough ragged kind of auditory quality and I think this might be the reason I'm okay with normal movie screaming but sometimes scream in a movie sounds real and it sounds wrong and it sounds upsetting. I think that quality of ragged nece that I was trying to put words to might at least be partially rooted in this quality. They're talking about in the paper of Acoustic roughness. This is really really interesting. It makes me think about <hes> music that incorporates like a lot of <hes> like primal yelling and screaming <hes> in obviously intense metal such as death metal. Oh Yeah I think a lot of that is gonNA fall under the category of kind of movies scream territory whereas there are particular artists the one that comes the mind is the vocalist <hes> Jin's Kidman of Miss Sugar who at least in some of the tracks if not really just collectively and all the tracks is able to really and bring out this this guttural raw like vicious ragged nece to the things that he is screaming in in the songs and it's a and it's it's tremendous I mean it's one of the reasons where like I I don't listen to a lot of death metal but I'll I'll listen to my sugar and then I'll I'll. I'll think about how much I appreciate it and then I'll try out other artists and I'll often just listen to it and be and think well. That's not really scratching the same itch and I wonder if that's part of it like I'm not it's not activating the same circuits in my brain because it's a different level of localization <hes> so you want your metal to be like more directly activating of the fear circuits in your brain yeah yeah. I'm listening to you know if I'm listening to something called chaos fear or New Millennium Cyanide Christ. It needs to have a it. It needs to connect with that. Fear network is it's. It's disingenuous right yeah. That's interesting well. Another interesting thing that they found in the study was that it wasn't just human screams like the same auditory qualities came through in like alarm sounds like found synthetic alarm sounds more disturbing thing if they had this quality of acoustic roughness that sounds kind of like ruggedness to us you know rapidly modulating volume right so I'm not positive but I'm I'm. I'm like ninety percent sure that's what's going on in my reaction to the screaming session at the beginning of <hes> of the Tingler. It's got acoustic roughness that most movie screams don't have have but of course in the movie the tingler individuals don't scream <hes> there's also this idea of of dying due to the inability to scream green yeah <hes> the idea of just being scared to death and that's another <hes>. That's another like fun topic to unravel well yeah they saw in the movie. The explanation donation is can you be scared to death because when you get scared and you can't scream the tingler crushes your back right <hes> breaks breaks your spine and and that's like what gets <hes> <hes> Vince prices character really excited. There's that part where he says like I've thought about not for two years but the breaking of spines due to fear it but obviously that's not what is happening in actual human beings no though the question I guess is can you actually be scared to death and the answer absolutely yes you absolutely can and this does happen. I found a good article about this. From Scientific American that was consulting with an expert named Martin a samuels souls who was chairman of the Neurology Department at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and so <hes> so so samuels talks about <hes> these cases is in basically the there are tons of documented instances where a sudden terror causes somebody to die but the big question is we know that when people die of fright it's not because something like living in them crack their vertebrae. Something else must be going on <hes> so what is it will according to Samuels the primary mechanism of death when people are scared to death seems to be damaged to the vital organs particularly the heart by toxic surge of stress hormones primarily adrenaline <hes> so when we experienced terrifying defying stimuli our bodies kickoff a familiar process that you've almost certainly both heard of and felt for yourself which is the fight or flight response and this is is a response within the autonomic nervous system that reacts to a threat by preparing the body for life saving actions so the heart rate increases its pumping more blood more blood flows goes to the muscles <hes> perspiration increases the pupils dilate meaning. They you know they get bigger to let in more light <hes> the normal background workings of the digestive systems systems or to go on hold <hes> there's like loosening of the of the lower bowels and all this kind of stuff and this automatic response is of course a very useful if you have half to take immediate physical action in response to a threat as the fighter flight name implies so this response Primes You d you know to freeze up take in sensory data and evaluate the situation as quickly as possible the neither runaways fast as you can or get ready to fight for your life but of course it's funny so many in the situations in which our bodies ladies choose to deploy this type of response normal life because so many of the things that trigger the fight or flight response to us or not physical threats are not something we need to run from bummer fight. They're like you know you got an email that upset you or something like that. Oh yeah paper tigers is the term we often use the same fear response that we would have to an actual physical threat we have we still experience those but it's to these these things that are that are that are not physical threats or at least not directly directly. You know like there are several degrees of separation between <hes> this letter you got in the mail and like physical incarceration yes exactly and so the nervous service system of course it triggers this fight or flight response by <hes> by by releasing by flooding the body with stress Hormones <hes> one of which of course the primary one is adrenaline. Adrenaline here and adrenaline is good at good job. It causes this rapid response throughout need different parts of the body gets US ready to engage in urgent survival behaviors but <hes> according to Samuels in this article adrenaline is very toxic in high concentrations like flooding of adrenaline can damage organs like the kidneys and the liver over over the long term but the most immediate threat is the damage it can cause to the heart and this happens when surging adrenaline forces the muscle cells in the heart to contract uncontrollably proably and this leads to fatal alterations in the rhythm of the heartbeat such as ventricular fibrillation which is when patterns of contractions in the ventricles ventricles actually prevent the heart from pumping blood correctly and if the heart doesn't pump blood suddenly our tissue stop getting oxygen and we die and so according to Samuel's anybody can die of fright <hes> but pre existing cardiac conditions like heart disease can make you more vulnerable <hes> and so a weird way of thinking about this issue is that that our fight or flight response could also be imagined metaphorically as a kind of Tingler like <hes> but whatever you know. It's like this thing within us. That's there for we're in central reasons. It got in US many many generations ago when it served a purpose but now the fight or flight response like most of the time I mean unless you live live in like a very violent circumstances. The fighter flight response is generally parasitic on you now. Yeah it is it is an instinctual parasite recite that is serving its own purpose which is mostly obsolete and meanwhile killing your body in the process. Yeah I think I think about at this a lot deal you know since I deal with in a certain amount of anxiety myself but like the anxiety if I think of the anxiety is the tingler like the Tingler kind kind of takes on different forms and like whatever the thing is bothering me to particular time I kind of at time stop and realize what's the same force you know. It's the the same creature but it's wearing a slightly different skin. It's dressed in in some other the skin of some other paper tiger to that's going to disrupt my day. Yeah I mean I <hes> I wonder if it is actually I. I haven't seen the study about this or anything but <hes> at at the risk of getting a laugh here I wonder if it could actually be helpful to personify your anxiety as to like <hes> to give yourself a visual metaphor to think about your anxiety anxiety through doesn't have to be a Tingler a tingler might be an especially funny one. If you're trying to disempower your own anxiety response to things that aren't actually gonNA hurts you on one hand. I come back again to the PSYCHEDELIC themes of the Tingler you know the spirits psychedelic accounts of psychedelic experience in which fears or even anxieties or personified is something that can then be banished <hes> but then also like this is this is tantamount to <hes> many religious faiths. You know get behind me Satan in right <hes> you know I mean that's what is that but taking your fears and anxieties or temptations or so whatever your your your negative emotional baggage baggage happens to be putting in the form of this <hes> this this this non human entity that then can there then be interacted with or fought right convicted. It can be farted at if say if you're Martin Luther exactly well yeah you to to. What does he say to the devil? I give the Fart I think the Tingler might might be a good one. It might be a good one to imagine because the Tingler actually is not very scary like yeah I mean if you cut out the parts of the movies with the screaming. That's actually kind of disturbing serving. The tingler is very funny yeah and so I wonder you listeners out there. Who have problems things -IETY tried this experiment? I want to hear about the results when your anxiety flares up when a paper tiger is got you sweating when you you know you're you're experiencing that that full body stress response in the Adrenalin flowing in the court assaults flowing thing in all your organs are straining under the weight of this thing. That's not actually physically a threat to you think is just the Tingler is just a Tingler in in there and and see if that makes me laugh and helps you get over it before we close out here. I do want to come back just just to <hes> to William Castle's Gimmickry here. You know there's there's a whole line of thinking on this that that I don't think I would have even considered had we not just done a multi episode. Look at Photography and Motion Pictures On our other podcast invention finch. It's especially easy to watch a film the Tingler and to laugh at its manipulation of audience reactions right and perhaps a bit challenging to view you the Tingler and feel anything approaching legitimate fear right but of course we have to couch the film within the context of its time etc but another the thing I was thinking about was those studies that we touched on in those invention episodes <hes> particularly regarding a researcher by the name of Talamo Hendler Handler founder and director of the Functional Brain Centre at Tel Aviv Sarah Ski Medical Center. They found that certain scenes from Black Swan this is a film from two thousand thousand ten th Darren Aronovski yeah let kind of suspicious ask Bala Rena <hes> Shenanigans in hinder found that this film produced -duced results that quote compared to a schizophrenia like state with the cognitive and emotional centers of the brain operating dramatically in and out of sync now this is of course a much more modern film. We're talking about here and certainly one that showcases a much more ambitious and technically proficient cinema but I think it underlines aligns the idea here that films induce a kind of alternate cognitive experience l.. Maybe even an alternate cognitive reality in and of themselves. They're they're not that different in some respects <hes> compared to a psychedelic experience and so it's it's interesting to to think about cinema in in that regard that we're taking this medium that that messes with your brain the changes how you're perceiving reality and then on top of that we're going to just fill it with with fear and death in terror and see what happens yeah. That's funny. I mean I agree with you. I I do think you could legitimately think of watching the film as a a form of entering altered state of consciousness. I don't think that's actually a stretch at all. It does bring us back to this question. You know why why I people do enjoy horror movies. I mean you and I both enjoy horror movies. Like why is that fun like you would think that you just <hes> you would think that you would never want to provoke okay. Negative arousal states like fearfulness <hes> without needing to because I mean there's enough stuff in life giving us anxiety but I think we talked about this when we went and <hes> as guests on <hes> movie crush with Oh yeah with Chuck Bryant <hes> over on that show if you haven't checked that out we're we're on some episode yeah it was like an October episode <hes> but we talked about our love of horror movies and I totally have the opposite experience for me for some reason watching scary movies seems to to to decrease my level of anxiety about normal day to day stuff and I don't know exactly why that is but I think it's that you know it sort of like <hes> <hes> it gives you a a kind of low stakes practice environment to sort of observe your fear in a controlled setting where you know that nothing's actually going to threaten you. I also think perhaps maybe this is a stretch but you can think of this anxiety inside of us as this this auto immune function that is there to deal with actual threats and when when those threats are not there I mean what what does it do. What does it have to feed on the same way that <hes> that if you were I solicited from stimuli if you're saying solitary confinement the senses may pick up on sensory data that is not quite there and extrapolated so perhaps on on some level? It's like we don't have enough real concrete threats to fear in our day to day life actual tigers you know actual boulders falling <hes> from the cliffs onto us but we're still hardwired to deal with those kind of threats and so without those kind of threats we end up hearing all these other things and then a horror movie a good one. Anyway gives us something else to feed to the Tingler in our mind yeah somehow a monster is is a nice compromise there. It's like something that you can focus this fear response on but you know it's not actually real yeah now. One thing I will say is that I don't know if I'm really a fan of when I watch a horror movie that's so good and so effective that I I walk out kind of looking over. My shoulder doesn't happen much anymore used to happen more often. I guess when I seen fewer horror movies and I was less exposed to it well I mean I remember seeing the original American remake of the ring. Oh yeah and I I was basically up all night after that at the time. That was not a lot of fun but I look back on it. Fondly because I had yes such an authentic you know emotional fear based reaction to that film and it's just something I rarely experience with the movie. The same can be said for a lot of psychedelic experiences though you hear people say well so you know it wasn't fun at the time but I learned something from it. I had the exact same reaction with with the American remake of the ring. When I was yeah I don't know how old was I must've been? I don't know eighth or ninth grade. When oh I saw I was technically like an adult at the time and I still stayed up all night unable to shake <hes> yeah it? It certainly made like T._v.'s pretty freaky anytime after that you turn on the T._v.. And static POPs off. He's like oh well. You know maybe after return to the ring in the future I know we've talked before for about potentially exploring something related to <hes> superstitious ideas about <hes> technology. Oh Yeah I'd love to do that. You know will report. I I still think it actually really is a pretty well made horror. Movie like a lot of the imagery is pretty inventive ingredient. I it kind of holds up but at the same time I watched it more recently and it didn't have the same effect anymore. Now parts of it made me laugh yeah but not to say it's not that bad is just like I you know put was somehow especially especially in the context of my memories yeah a lot of the the stub the scare moments in it have become funny. Yeah of course it was an influential film so it's kind of had a chance to dilute itself through popular culture imagine but it's still got Brian Cox in it so there you can't fall can't go wrong with Brian. Cox Put Brian Cox in every single movie. It'll be better all right well on that note. We're going to go and close this one out. You know obviously we'd love to hear from anyone out there. Have you seen the Tingler do you you have a you know some fond memories of this film. Perhaps you even saw it in the theater. 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Episode 422: The Omega Man (1971)

The Projection Booth Podcast

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Episode 422: The Omega Man (1971)

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That's Chester Brooke Academy Dot Com Tom Christopher media. Let's make some noise phone writing the last man on earth nowadays it sunny. I always dressed for dinner. Check that Grammy Caesar last night on Earth always carry automatic automatic weapon last night on Earth. He's putting last night in all my himself and I see you gotTa Mad scientist. You know about your work mark. My work commenced affects kinda measures to toxic agents in liquid systems delivery microbiological January nine hundred seventy five remember. You know what it means. I was amazed school senior when they scratched the world. Guy Forget generated great <music> in the projection booths. I'm your host Mike White Jimmy joining me once again as Mr Bush Sin Sqi there has never been a projection booths then if it was a projection booths also back in the booth this Mr Andrew Nettie Hobby Brother has her us this week we're discussing the nineteen seventy-one filled from director Boris Sag all the Mega Man Film Stars Charlton Heston as Robert Neville possibly be last man on earth after a plague which chest killed the majority of the population leaves pockets of Albino Mutants who can't stand the sun they're known as the family and are led by the one and only Anthony's Irby as Matthias. They vowed to kill Neville. If it's the last thing they do we will be getting into spoilers about this film as well as the last man on earth I am legend and the book on which all of the above are based by Richard Matheson so Morris I have to ask when was the first time we saw the mega man and what did you think I I think it was about Kenya's Aldo say it was showing on TV in a modified version will interestingly enough. I think I realize lied about the only thing that they sensitive it was rusling cash in the nude none of the violence so they got the standards but yeah I was about ten years old used to shopping every air on TV quater wall and it skit Shit Adamy. I remember feeling really really settled by it. I was trying to wear cafes what it wasn't certainly I think the music had elapsed part of it will certainly get into that but men those clocks that the family will that was scary. Shit in the albino is yet really for years. I loved them. Love this film watching it again for the booth. I might have a few different thoughts but the overall it's been a form of love vs Leandra much like Morris it would have been television. I can't remember limbaugh exactly where but it was a long time ago up in a big fan of the Phil if a since infects it's kind of my on coming home. Drunk need to chill out on the Cipher for the wall filmed web put on. It's always the AMIGA man before I go to bed a number of times which speaks to your heavy drink. That's what that's true. Backup say the first twenty minutes of <unk> Countless Times. It really made a huge impressionable. May I think I think Morris US Israeli onto something when he talks about the music school or is such a crucial pot of the overall feel and mood of this film genuinely crappy film to Western obligatory fries on on me on the projection booths about nineteen seventies films but it's you know as it's an early nineteen seventies films costs. No one gets out alive. It's a pretty it's really doc film. It's a really down based. Film has some action scenes in and I mean I'm sure we'll get into these even though he's probably going to bed rip days dies I am Big Fan of a lot of Charleston Houston's acting roles <unk> on. I think he's brightness dome. were either you guys familiar with the book I am legend. It doesn't sound like more she would have read this at ten years old. But have you gone back since in red. I read the book maybe about twenty years ago. If in preparation for the show are waiting listen to the Odiaun book actually enjoyed more than when I I read the book at the time. I just remember sort of thinking I'll hang on. This is nothing like the amalgamate I mean I guess I enjoyed it at the time but there was an aspect to which are enjoyed enjoyed a lot more this time and that was like the to check the long I think oh three check the lung focus on this the science that he used all the experimentation that used to sort of work at what the what might vampires tick and didn't actually get into it but I have read longtime ago. How about you enter would've rate? It's about ten years ago. I think terrific book very sort of <hes> SAMBA. Aw Book was interested in how much of the book is really just a media. A MEDITATION SPAS on on on Human Existence on science on the night show boss is being and end. Yes long passages passages where naval the mind character is basically trying to figure out these creatures that are sort of a gathering at side. He's has every not they said we'd shufflings on be taught crutches not nearly as cool as ours in the AMIGA man I've I I actually supernatural baying that I have a supernatural creation or rather the product of some sort of scientific experimental some sort of see some sort of saw gone wrong said I enjoy the book. I think it's it's one of a number of of good books that Richard Matheson the Autho rucks of course he also was I was I think he was quite prolific. In terms of film and television stunned some terrific stop and of course who doesn't Lou doesn't work he's done to the film including trilogy of Terrors Wanted. He's Oh yeah definitely and he helped right <hes> one of my favorite things in the whole world the night stalker which was the first goal check movie yeah. He dabbled in Vampires empires throughout his career because they also did the I think it was Dan Curtis again doing the Dracula nineteen. Maybe seventy eight. I think it was with Jack Palance wrought will I kinda spot that I think he's biting really really good yeah. He wrote quite a few things that ended up being turned into movies. There was a little while they're Hollywood was just going nuts with his stuff with <hes> what dreams may come and serve echoes seem to come out within just a matter of I don't know just few two years from each other. I could be just compressing time in my own head though but yeah he he was great and then he actually tried to get I am legend made an adept to the script himself for hammer films and it never actually happened and I went back and there's a book version of this which has an intro by marked would CEAC who also wrote a fantastic book about cul check the night soccer companion and they really slag on the last man on earth which was the first I Adam Station of. I am legend which ended up kind of using some of the script that mets road and then he really talks shit about a mega man and then for whatever reason I don't know if it was just because maybe when it was coming out they were praising. I am legend the Will Smith Film and it's just like okay. That's a weird thing to do. I don't know why you would necessarily do that. Actually it's really interesting looking so hails. I did the not strangler in nineteen seventy three that was another call chick fil <unk> for jewel <hes> that nineteen seventy-one fill in about the <unk> possessed truck on <unk> needed to scream for the devil rods out he really really did a huge amount of stuff yeah yeah and he was very prolific especially with his homework when it comes to things like working with Roger Cormon and doing things like comedy of terrors and the Raven so yeah he was it was right around that time that he was adapting his own were accused accused adapting. I am legend for the screen and trying to remember what they were calling it. <hes> it was the night creatures was what he was calling it so in other be confused with the night strangler or the night stalker of coal sorry I just have decided to of course in that <unk> that at Trilogy Attaran on seventy five with Karen Black and that that that little voodoo doll yeah the Zuni fetish tall one of the best things twenty five minutes of television that I have to say along with the Omega Man haunted me for a large number of years in my us yeah watching that on a like I don't know Weekday afternoon the four o'clock movie on Channel Seven Man Oh man that trilogy of Charges Free Fuck out and I can barely eerily remember the other two stories that with it but when it comes to that Zuni fetish doll and that end shot of Karen flack with the knife one of the things about having having a child is of course you convince objective tool Batavia you had Z. as it as a youth in module offshot Dole's trilogy of terror W we watched the hall in the other two of the other two I can hardly remember even though it was only a couple of years ago but she not really geic at on the Carolina leamy finished all saying in fact fact. I have their walls one time when I come home one day and she was sitting in the whole white with north stabbing the floor. That's what I'm odd to it. She thought that would I get a kick out of that which date in a crappy Y yes. I'm not sure I'm coming ready or plus. Andrew the thing about the I am legend book that I find interesting is how it's a story of vampires but it's our main character finding out why vampires and considered real and all of these scientific explanations for everything like we've talked on the show I don't know how many times about vampires and all of the trappings of Vampires and all the little things I mean just reason that we talked about daughters of darkness and there's this whole thing that I forget about which is is vampires. Don't like running water or if you throw a nodded rope to them they're very O._C._D.. And they have to a- not the rope and stuff. It's like okay though those two vampire things that I'm not familiar with but then you get things like the mirrors you know not not casting reflections the of garlic being <hes> dangerous to them stakes of course through the heart all those things and he goes through medicine goes through and I am legend and talks about each one of those things in how they might have a scientific explanation to them this whole thing of like Oh yeah the vampires they their skin reforms very quickly. That's why you can shoot them all day long but if you open them up with this wooden stake then they're the seal is is broken the air gets in and they die that way or they actually can see their reflections and mirrors but they don't like looking at themselves so they break mirrors and they hate mirrors and all these things so it's interesting how he uses that as like oh I'm going to explain away vampires in this way and this like you were saying he's very very scientific Robert Neville because he is one of the guys that's behind this whole vampire plague so we have the mixing of Science and and also the whole science behind Weiss commune. He's one of the few people that immune to this whole thing so it's a nice way of giving us this stuff while also giving us a very tense vampire story that was something I think many years sagoes <unk> the start of that may be took me out of the book at the time because that is narrative in ways spending cut Mahal chapters breaking the story ways the story. Let's get on with it. What happens where as you can kick the vampire his ass but this time around maybe with a feeble use of maturity on me? I'd like type. That's the case anyway <hes> I just offended riveting really listening in sort of getting to respect naval all through the book in a different way to what we might say in the films I mean admitted <unk> from what you've said. Mike that the that the original film was slagged off a loss that there was no way that I believe that could've filmed all that level of experimentation. It's really very descriptive thing and but as will probably get into when we talk about Vincent Price Film further it really really is the closest thing at of the three films that we have to the original book that is just taking that scientific <unk> chapters. I can't imagine how they would have sown bet. What did you think of the last man unearth with Vincent Price? I watch for a for a long wall. I thought it was actually really strong. I really enjoyed it. I mean it's the most as Morissette it's the mushed connected to the source noble. It is a little pot the film I guess just him talking about of ISO zombies vampires of scientific supernatural but it does have some genuinely creepy aspects to it. I mean I think the whole Vincent process living in this suburban houses in what looks like he's sort of normal suburban Straits and just cruising around by basically stiking striping will by Ben Pas what these creatures through the heart noughts. Basically you know being in his house I think there's that hall aspect of Smoking Pitt where he puts all the bodies that he finds out sought. He's house every morning. <hes> which is really sort of you know I think also in the film there is this Inter nation that it march of Bain gene the sort of vampire slash Zombie Contagion Mata by the result of the result of some sort of airborne virus from some sort of war which is very much like you say that another the film's around that period Stanley crime is on the beach <hes> it's it's that lower case suburban so the hell which I think is really very effective spot given that and of course when I I saw the film I don't know how long ago I had no idea that it'd been filmed in Italy but a main looking at it now. It's not only that sort of evocation of is sort of weird deserted suburban America. It's my middle America. It's might even is might even more bizarre affect obeying sort of we'd deserted deserted suburban America in Italy which gives it an additional liar of strangeness in Creeping Cottam Artificiality which which really really works on a on a number of levels I think I I think because Vincent Process Not Action Stop because he has a very lo que presence in many respects that enables the themes in <hes> the last man on earth to really come to the <unk> four in <unk> aw <unk> as much as a fan of the mega man you know I'm Vincent Process tooling around the city in in a convertible with machine gun shooting mutants. You know he's basically very luck. Hey It's and you get a real sense for the terra on hall of his situation. I think it's really works by so if I had to summit up in a couple of sentences I'd say that Charlton Heston couldn't do full-on and Vincent Price couldn't do define McKenna which we've already got and said you know if he wasn't an action stop but that essentially suburban help what you've gone to describe their things another really great expression in h film it opens up with the the Robert Naval or Robert Morgan as he's cold in this film for whatever hurries in the opening ten fifteen minutes. It's a character assessment before they actually so the go up to his plot. This is why he's in this weird situation of debating no one else around Vincent price just he has his hangdog low commit. He's doing everything by the Book Unlike Charlton Heston. He's really hugely methodical but you'll Miss Soga wonder why he still they he has his look on his face. <hes> <unk> as we find out later on his his wife and daughter and we get to see that will in flashback but he has his look on his face like identity now why I'm doing this in h foam we get the calendar that good old-fashioned cinema tripe as a reminder the two main characters to wow it's been this long since last saying another human but <hes> Vincent price of always been a fan of him as an actor a cat remember any other time seeing him look as is defeated as he does in this comedy desert right from the very beginning of the of the last man on the <unk> think for a latch pot or this phone success. Is that really in Sheila. I can't stand the world anymore look but he doesn't know what else do. He's not gonNA throw himself off a cliff or anything like that but he really does have that. Look as if to say. I don't even know why I'm here my wife my daughter gone no one else to see. Why am I hear here is sort of Greenville but smoking jacket and par cops for Vincent is there? He's just garnered. Snow is normal. Plaza is basically is living this weird sort of parody of what would have been his suburban living lauch goes to work in the morning killing them in a killing killing. Whatever these coaches I dumps them in the smoking Pete which is very effective comes? Heimat not sits in his house drinks himself into a stupa. That's another thing about never old. Morgan is alignment with the book because the the Robert Neville of I'm legend the book is completely. Methodically <unk> has everything that he crosses off derived made to look at this sector boom. I'm going to get rid of those creatures during the <unk> every day that's what he does. In the Omega Main Charlton Heston can afford a morning at two Guy Watch or afternoon to go what's Woodstock and completely lose track of time which is not something something that Robert Neville supposed to he's been in this situation the three as also and you would have thought why would he be that haphazard but Vincent Price in the last man on earth he's doing yet. This makes makes sense. You know he knows that if he's going to survive then he has to be methodically has to be such and such a time and if he's GonNa get rid of these vampires and he's got a track every inch of the City Charlton Heston going for Jorgen his tracksuit when he feels like Eh has a little piece of pie today <unk>. I think I've visited that part of the city. I think I can cross off. He's a scientist. He supposed to be more methodical but I guess Vincent Price Characters. Also scientists is only one of the book is is that brought to I recall that correctly as a scientist in the film and in the Book Club fairly shore I feel that he wasn't a scientist in the but he was taking very sort of methodical approach because what would a scientists do but I think he's actually Chilean scientists. I don't know what it is but each one of these movies no matter what one we're looking at the magic period is about three years and we always get the idea of the calendar and how long it's been an each one of these seems to be taking three three years vast differences in so many of these movies. Does he find a dog. Does he not find her dog it. We get to see his wife. Come back to get to see his daughter is the Ben Cohen character there or is he not all of these different variables labels in the way that they mix and match them but the whole idea of three years almost always seems to be in their Ben. Coltman actually is a much much more vivid character in the book. Actually I think in the film in <unk> Coleman Baying his he's nine <unk> who was his friend who now basically leads this notley chorus of the dead in our to mill around <hes> <hes> Morgan's house in I think in the book does that real there is this real sets uh-huh Robert Neville by tickly trying to find Colon Coleman in particular really noisy if you just want coat on a sleeping during the Daikin kill him and that's one listing commenting and let's be honest to hasn't had a night. You'd like to stack through the heart united for being really annoying you know anything in case my neighbors listening alcohol house all of them on the other side of the on the left side of the fence him I sleep during the die got up on that ness. That's right and that's the other thing turn having every in the book end in the film version the last man on earth there is a strong sense in my mind mistaking misstep. He's haunted because he felt he his daughter died of the play. Whatever that was and I mean at that point society was still sort of Bagley functioning so there was these ordinance that everyone knew the bodies would be dumped in that smart which is where that smoking comes from two bay despised which is a wonderfully gothic almost medieval eighty April ply so the sense it's sort of sense to the whole thing but he's washed indoors of the ply <unk> he doesn't he just can't bring himself to the throw into the into the pit and in this anonymous massive burning body so he buries her? She comes back to loss. I always got that sense from the book in the film has she comes back to loss or at least he has very strong visions of your coming back to Lafon Anita the infants. I always got there was that he had to kill her. That's exactly the way that I pictured it too. Is that each time he doesn't want to do that to his wife and she comes back and she just is you know I I love her appearance. In the movie especially I think it's really super creepy and that you can tell that she is doug herself up from the grave really wonderful yet very very understated and there's a little bit of the whole idea of the graveyard and having the the crypt the family crypt where he ends up putting the wife's body after he's staked her. There's a little bit of that in a cut scene from the mega man as well. There's a rosalind cash. She ends up going in visiting her parents grave and she sees someone going into or here's noise from a crypt and sees a one of the Zombie mutant the members of the family with a dead baby and she begins to really empathize thighs more with the family because she gets to see the loss of this baby from this mother and so you know it humanizes her and makes her <hes> a little bit more I mean she's not unlikable but she becomes more the voice of reason to that version of Neville who just wants to go out and murder all of them because he doesn't see the humanity inside of these creatures to him they are one hundred percent monster and the ad the whole idea of Cohen being this reminder of what his life was because he's managed to I mean I'm going to sound very brutal hair but he's tosses daughter into the pit. He staked his wife and then you have court men being that reminder of what the world world used to be like in coming to his house every single night pounding on the doors or windows and calling him out which is just for me. That's the one of the creepiest things about this whole thing is just him coming back every single night and calling failing to Morgan Slash Neville to come out of the House and in this one in last night on earth. I mean his his safety. Precautions are pretty minimal that all he has is the garlic grief and a mirror in front of a store. I don't even know if he locks historic because later on Corkman manages to get into the house by just pretty much opening up the DOORKNOB and it was like really and the garage sale why seems to be Ivan. Yeah come on dude so you need to have a little bit more security. He's not there is in the first by I think is a single fall because any firearms and it's I mean he's not he's walking. Arsenal Charleston is in the mega man Special Vincent was looking to get your presidency of the N._R._A.. A and they said well hey dude. Come on Charlton was had a head an arsenal in the making what did you have. You had a few bits of wooden hammer. You can't have the N._R._A.. He does his life though which I thought was pretty cool making they're in the living room making sort of bespoke spots to Obama's Yeah I love that montage that we were talking about him going around and killing the vampires and just the that <hes> he's the lost man wandering and we have all the <hes> the double exposures of the stuff it almost seems like like a drinking montage like somebody going out and painting the town or maybe even Reema land in the last weekend or something where it's just like Oh yeah they went from this part of this bar but instead it's Vincent going from this place at this place murdering vampire and in this one they are they do not feel very vampire like to me. They are very very Zombie like with the way that they chambal all around and I know that there's been a lot of talk about how influential this movie was on Romero with neither living dead and I can completely see that also the other thing that I think helps with this movie to give it that sensual sense of oddness Ernest. You're talking about that. It's a European or Italian production so I think a lot of these voices that were getting are all dubbed in later on. I mean the guy that has the court Mun Character. His voice is so strong and so powerful when it comes out out and I kept looking to see if it was matching up with his mouth during that flashback scene but I wasn't sure because most of the time it just him going Morgan come out Morgan. It's interesting that you sort of bring up at all. He says assist bargain come bargain the nature of speech through at all three of these films while there's nothing in I am legend and in this is just a minimal organ. Come Out Morgan even save sort of one day while as part of this disease was they speech patents Ole suppressed name we say in the second vision in the Amiga man way that's not Assad effect at all. They lately in control of the space faculty in the thinking faculty says interesting how h that zombies or the collective of the family it's different in h ray telling the story and I was thinking back to another episode of the booth that we discussed on Mike May were talking about Pontypool and that was definitely a Zombie film with the different <unk> talking about speech may or may not be affected attended by the virus effected by disease whereas the what they date with Bruce McDonald dating Pontypool was speech was the carrier of the disease in just I think we discussed at a time how we found that like completely wonderful and refreshing Tyke on the whole Zombie but his role senator rand speech in each case I mean not so much the first one but that those voices outside nibbles apartment and it gets confusing now because he's he's Morgan the main characters Morgan in the last met Lewinsky fulfilling the last Mandala he's Richard Neville in the book end in the Amiga Man and in that third film that we have to discuss US bus and the voices at saw awed <hes> nevels apartment in the AMIGA man that was one of the crate coming back to that thing about what scared me about this film when I I saw that really scared me creepy falsetto strying voices they deliberately taunting getting him you know <hes> I just thought that was that such a a a great aspect of the of the Vega man the other thing just just about the last Mounir. I think it's important to talk about which is also in the book is the whole notion that Morgan is going round. Vincent Price has gone round killing always crunches because he wants to sort of being I think they're an abomination and then not natural but as it turns out of his third group of of his Neville this is sort of shackling zoom b. m. pilot crates is a third group of of of of veins who asked of Schuman's who've managed to evolve beyond the sort of evolved beyond the bank Coleman's in the episode of Shuffling Tesla's shufflings would have been appeared. Things are into analysis at the Dicey Vincent Price as actually the <unk> normally not not them so very end of course hall sacred swayed. I send a woman Eh woman to sort of to be with to be with Morgan who turns out to be a spy and respond to this New Society of <hes> of of of humans spicy. Call them humans. I mean that something again that that was very strong strong in the book. It's very strong in the last man that notion that actually in the end it's it's Morgan who is is the horrific thing is the Mudra is is this is the bane that really doesn't belong anymore in that society it sort of a little bit in the a Megan and it's probably not really at all in I am legend the most recent might rain but a very interesting sort of aspect of the film yeah and that's where the title comes from and that's what gets missed a lot of times times when it comes to these adaptations is that he has gone around and murdered whether they are full blown zombies or if they are kind of this half vampire creature he makes no distinction he murders has everything so I did want to just read the last couple paragraphs of the book because when he is they're about to be killed by this other generation of vampires that have more consciousness that I think you described them in the outline his militant bulletin beat Knicks because there several this dress like Bait Knicks and they'll come out and they've got their spears and stuff. It was fantastic. They all stood looking at him. With their white faces he stared back and then suddenly he thought I'm the abnormal one now. Normalcy was a majority concept the standard of many and not the standard of just one man abruptly that realization joined aligned with what he saw on their faces all fear shrinking horror and he knew that they were afraid of him to them. He was some terrible scourge. They had never seen a scourge even worse than the disease they had come to live with. He was an invisible spector who had left for evidence of his existence the bloodless bodies of their loved ones and he understood what they felt and did not hate them. Robert never looked out over the new people of the Earth. He knew he did not belong to them. He knew that like the vampires he was anathema and black terror to be destroyed and abruptly the concept became amusing to him. Even in his pain a coughing chuckle filled his throat he turned and leaned against the wall while he swallowed the pills full circle a new terror born in-depth a new superstition entering the unassailable fortress of forever. I am legend so basically he has become tom the vampires he's become the bookie man to this new generation of people that is living on earth they will tell stories of this creature Robert Neville for years to come. He's the legend that will give them nightmares because he will come in the tonight and deserve sorry. He will come in the day industry these things so. That's something that I don't think anybody necessarily gets across that much. Though I think last up man on earth gets the closest and of course when we the <hes> get to discuss lighter on I'm legend the Will Smith at uptight Asian. I am legend tights on a very different meaning to what it does in in the book and in the last man on this so that Meta with a lot of these scripts scripts the whole idea of the woman being his undoing it is what the character ruth here who shows up. He thinks that he's been alone for these three years he ends up seeing this woman finding her or she finds him. You you know he's trying to prove or see if she's really a vampire or not and she comes up with reasons why what he's doing with the tests are necessarily effective on her and all this kind of stuff but it's to me. It's one of those classic tropes hopes of you can't trust a woman who comes along and one of these stories in it. It's kind of a weird thing but she's the one who ends up being his undoing -pletely watching the last man on Earth N._B._N.. Mega man and I am legend got me thinking being about quote unquote. Last Man on Earth Films United Site is quite a few of them. If you think that this the will the flesh in the devil that nineteen fifty nine film is <hes> is the last woman on Earth Than Nineteen Sixty Coleman film. They aspires to some degree that is terrific New Zealand film quater. This ray watched recently just brilliant and as far as to some degree twenty is lighter in two thousand two neither the comment. The thing about these films is A._O.. encapsulate a sense of water. It's how bane the last person on earth or being one of the last personal knows what are the psychological impacts of that but also what what struck me thinking about it was that even when Johnny two or three of us left on the <unk> in the world we really we just can't get along. We still sort of we've still para. Now is still is racial. Conflict is economic <unk>. They might just be three us and we still as humans bonded incredibly hard to get along with suspicion the paranoia in and the and the mental Stri in the comes from basically that we paradox of cracking quizzes no when asked around but also I win someone else appears. We can't quite hand let 'em we distrust them. They're all week we focusing on the on the differences <hes> to really interesting sort of aspect of also last last man slash shoe <unk> on films the other thing that really comes through in this film that we're going to get a ton when we talk about the mega man is the religious symbolism that's happening. I mean that Vincent price buys it at a church at the end and he's pretty much right there on the altar. I mean it's like Okay Yep. I'm getting what you're throwing down right now. This is I understand this now. They are in spite in the moment go yeah but as you say it is did it had to wind in Church of wonder if that was part added a requirement filming in Italy as well and speaking of religious symbolism and stuff one of the authors who ends up becoming one of the most potent religious scholars. I guess <hes> you know there's always religion going through a lot of his movies. Always is Bill Blatty. I had no idea that the mega man script got a Polish by Bill Blatty at least according to Charleston Heston's memoir has journals so I was very fascinated to find out because we talked about the ninth configuration on this show show that Heston was actually in talks of doing twinkle twinkle killer Kane years and years before it ended up being the Stacy Keach movie that we know it to be it was great because he was saying just a throwaway line journal all he's like Oh yeah we're gonNA give the script to bill blass to come up with you know some final Polish on it and reading the the script versus what we ended up seeing in the film there couple differences including that great line about <hes> are you guys really from the Internal Revenue Service and I am pretty sure that's a blaby line because that is just that kind of twisted humor that he loved to do especially in something like killer Kane so let's talk about the mega man and that the opening of him in the car just traveling through an empty Los Angeles. I mean some really super powerful images that we have in here apparently somewhere in the movie you can see people on the streets and stuff but I am not able to see that at all when I watched this on well. I almost said I'm V._H._S. but on D._V._D.. Or Blu Ray I don't see anybody on the streets here and just those powerful images of a completely empty l._a.. And I and then he just stops and I have that weird fast <unk> speed up the film as he gets the Michigan to shoot. You can just see this Fiat scrambling in the building about I hate that fast motion. That's the one thing I would change if I could change something think about this movie. I think it's just it's just a little touch in a great little mini. Just basically puts the machine gun DANNA getting coach driving for civil go to say I can't he thing from some place without hearing that old guy in Simpson's Simpson's Alviti chime in the simpsons the guy with the beard the the from us <hes> or as is the fame alike the contrast in the digest visit undyed Jedi music in this case We say h Charlton Heston driving through these empty straits and we're not quite sure this something that's a Mace Wisey the car out there and he's listening to this very light beck smoothest of smooth jazz. He gets out text the machine gun <hes> shoots a silhouettes continues to drive on and then we get run grain of school which tells you okay. This story is actually GonNa be quite dock a discipline a previous before <unk> guide a little bit more bet the actual school. There's there's a lot of people who've gone in written about film music and said it shouldn't be memorable if you're listening to music than it's not doing. Its job obstacle bullshit on that. Oh yeah some of the greatest music is music that way remember remember that we have. I don't see the Senate but they seems to be a lot of people at the possibly not score composers who say not the music should be just today in the background. You shouldn't even knows it. You shouldn't even know it but some of the most iconic music that people remember <hes> from movie. I know that understand that mentality but just put that aside because the two main motifs two main themes that I use a lot in this foam <hes> in really school composes the original recyclers because you get these melodies coming in to give you a little at a melancholy in lighter on the been changed a bit to work as an action pace maybe as <unk> another doc moment in the film but they still using the same melodies motifs in might just spice it up a little bit percussion or maybe have a few extra horns here in day and that happens a lot with these two main themes that you here via in the mega man I like but for made to best uses of of these two nine in the opening few minutes of film side is the one main thing which we get over the opening credits which which gives you a little bit of well this guys I K but then it turns into this Mina K. Change where you think yet <unk> the has come to some some sort of problem. You're going to discover furthermore <unk> that the other the other point of of music that is used really really effectively in those few minutes way he crushes the car and Charlton Heston guys into a lot to gotta get himself another one. He's having this conversation with himself as if he's talking to the owner of the cow and you get this really sad thing that's played on trumpet and that's another thing which I kicked using throughout the film and is something about it says yeah he's if not quite pathetic but <hes> this this character he's talking to himself is hot dominance. I said sack but it's not sympathy full him but just more yet. He's talking himself X.. This isn't great and a run Greiner score really affect set very very well. I'm a big fan of this school of course as the film guys on their up moments where this music that you don't necessarily takeaways remembering and bring but <hes> the the two main motifs as I'm going to bet <hes> definitely after the fifth Thomas Sankara Film I was remembering <hes> for ages and probably the only another film from that period well. Maybe a few years lighter data <unk> goblins school the Red Day parade that was one carry with me for years and it's twenty five years before I got to see the film a second time so a huge fan of the run Greiner School for this foam. That's really interesting. I The music is are hugely. Talkative pace of this film isn't that is still remember certain parts of the school with certain seines like the the same way around you know I mean we're dumping well ahead into the film he but you know when Richie's gone to try and blonde family and naval choices he goes with the family harding you just say these flash of Richie day the why the school drops drops from the you and that the use of certain I mean the swinging music at the very beginning a a summer Heston this field one of the things I love about this reaching again. Recently it really really board that to me is that it is basically this is urging swing in our he has. This is not the Dow Vincent Price Character is sort of dresses really fantastically and I just WANNA say again great bill but smoking jacket the par our house in thrills <unk> freely fairly fairly show. It's really get a workout in this. It's obviously slave was naval schtick win. Society still existed knee still wears his is really groovy <unk> in a bachelor pop on in the middle of town. He's got a very laconic sort of attitude. He's a real middle <unk> swing Lina in the middle of the end in the middle of this apocalyptic end of the world where the other creatures or star he thinks of this we to group of a homicidal mutants and he just refuses to shift that to sort of vibe with that set Gripe Sarah gets into his apartment in these talking to the statue of Sei's guide hang on Sunday. That's right son. I always dress for dinner on Sunday. Which is where we get up? In the you know the the crushed Grayton velvet jacket and the par Cassini Mike is making dinner and got the music on in the background and it's over relax refuses to change his his world and he's will view at he's he's to the this sort of pushed summer of lob. Happy Nuts middle-class swing a habits that he obviously developed with before the will basically collapsed the other aspect of that. I think that really crisscrossing with that but she picked up really clearly Morris was he's also cracking up is also clearly start. He disagrees his individual. You know he's basically talks to himself. He talks to inanimate objects. He talks to the the colts of the COD dealer. You know when he basically goes to get new car. I think comes comes across also really well in this aspect of in this version of medicines were the why that nevels just totally cracking up these on the verge of real spicy say he's on the road to go on partial as well. I've you know he's basically and I think these two aspects interplay throughout the fill the sort of laconic swing a devil-may-care attitude and this really sorta hard boiled all my sensibility of this man and cracking up and of course does that so well because no one could play you know cracking up what Patriarch like what Charlton Heston he's just fantastic in. Uh Yeah that phone's ringing sequences just fantastic. I love that and nobody could give a damn it like like Charlton Heston. Could you know again is three years after the plague. He's been alone for three years and yet he's just gone nuts and I love to me. There's a real theme in this film. This is Nineteen seventy-one that this movie is coming out new such a theme team of the old generation versus the new generation and is the generation you know we taught <hes> on this podcast recently about <hes> the Mad Max films and especially Fury Road and that whole who were the ones that destroyed Freud the world and to me feels like yeah this is saying that the old generation destroyed the world and now it's moving over for a new generation and him going to see Woodstock is very telling to me and him mouthing those words and saying the same speech that the characters are saying or the people are saying that movie I find that to be very very telling thing but then you also have the danger of this new generation quote unquote which is nine hundred seventy one. This is when Charlie Manson and his family are getting sentence for these crimes that they committed but was at one thousand nine hundred sixty eight sixty nine yeah we also have the whole idea of the family that wants to break into your house and murder you. It's basically hippies gone wild. aalto is what it feels like to me see. That's the thing that this film may be. One of its filings is in the representation of the families ethos so yes they. I guess given that this nineteen adding seventy widen the whole Charlie Manson family tobacco was still fresh in America's memory they obviously did have some basing on them and yet this moment in the way Anthony's as hostages a great job. You're listening to the drain that moment in the film way Anthony where he saying right well we head industrialization look with that got us in fact he's also editorializing in the flashbacks as the News Kosta the last time we from him as the Pre Black Cape he started to editorialize in saying well this is it folks with completely <unk> the planet up. What are you GonNa do about it and you listen to you think rob? He's got a point. They'll generation has failed and yet the family is to cultish <unk> as the audience to feel any sort of real sympathy for him. You know we we side with gun titan. I'm GonNa Shoot Everything that Moves Charlton Heston rather than Matthias food as a valid point about what the all God had gone done but it's almost like our give him like a minute to make sense. I think in some ways it could have been maybe an even more interesting comment. They don't give a great film but it would have been interesting if they would have gone in explode that morality a little bit further but I guess you know their anger is not. Let's just make them like the Manson family in this. Just maybe a little bit subscript <unk> Carlton's were able to get into so to get you to think a little bit about about morality I guess them family are militant Luddites and the whole idea of anything regarding science is something that they do not want to have any part of and you know we're talking about the whole idea of Andrew you brought up like the world of flesh in the devil and that we are still dealing with racism even after the end of the world and that very pointedly pointedly the second in charge of the family is this black guy who is it Lincoln Kilpatrick Yeah Lincoln Kilpatrick who's playing the character of Zachary and that he is the one the I think in the script they call it a pigs paradise which is also interesting because you have the connotation of pig as policemen but then also pick from the Manson family murders and him saying you know he calls donkeys paradise which is where Neva's living and he wants to go over. Get a Canon and just do away with this whole thing but matthias is like no no we do not truck in the you know in these kind of thing so they ended up just getting <hes> like a tribute Shay in shooting shooting fire department later on. I have a gun in my room. You give me five seconds. I'll get it. I'll comeback down here. I'll blow their brains out skirt. You just don't get it. You don't don't breath total nitro. I know I said No. We cooked but then because would be all over again. Don't you see I and I say I see him. Living High in the light while we and I liked rob's brother destroy he will not Mike Machines by the evil. It destroyed the world not necessarily the most effective thing in the world when they do have access to cannons and all of the armaments that that that never himself off has access to but it's interesting to me that they keep talking about how you know the he is a child of the wheel in that basically they wanna go all the way back reset everything to before the invention the wheel even wait. I get that catapult. That's what all wants to know. We found a catapult cool or yeah where they get the know how to make one. I don't know there's a couple of points they are. I think that really interesting one is the way does mega man sort of seat in <hes> in our science fiction cinema really saw. You know you've got is it by the by the early seventy science fiction was emerging from being a relatively marginal bay movie at grade to sort of more mainstream wood products and you know that's that's that's partly the the plan of the nineteen sixty eight in two thousand one with the two the two guy and China's in that that would originally inevitably lead to so as fiction becoming a really popular big budgets cinema product and would result in films like style wills and cliffs and cannons of the third conned in nineteen seventy seven bucks a Megan man belongs to that group that Strange Group of science which in films between two thousand one spicer to Z. and so two star wars which are tightly run counter to that big budget special effects liden films. They've focused less on the suspects these big extraterrestrial visitors and spice travel more on themes like environmental gonNA destruction overpopulation authoritarian rule all that sort of stop and I think that's one of the case it things of certainly science fiction cinema in the first half Anglo American Science Fiction Cinema certainly currently in the first half of the nineteen seventies is is really of of the Amiga man is sort of fades directly into his this really strong technophobia in our that you can say in just sorry many of films the since that we've we've got more advanced computers. We put humans on the moon but at the same time those computers Econo- threatening to replace our jobs bathroom organization and the same technology that we can use for Goodwin. We've it has unleashed I actually carnage in Indochina as part of that that hall fame about <unk> technological change causing some sort of unintended environmental catastrophe and you say that in films like no blade of grass in nineteen seventy solid writing and not in seventy one that incredibly downbeat not in seventy two films Z. payday zero population growth and of course in insulin insulin grain in nineteen seventy-three. It's really plies out doesn't it in the in the Amiga man the hall anti technological sort of aspect auden just to add another sort of personal interpretation of the of the family in their anti technological sort of <hes> stands up. I'm better practices. This is a <unk> going on this film at the heart of Vietnam would have been my nineteen seventy. <hes> the war in Cambodia is increasing. The American Washington is basically bombing Cambodia since nineteen sixty nine the family really really remind me of the Khmer Rouge in the sense that die <hes> at this absolutely nuts peasant guerrilla force when I overthrew eventually either through the gunman in Cambodia not in seventy five it was returned to us zero. We're going to early my old technology. The cities are able we're going to build a news. A new society which is is based on sort of anti technological presidents amongst many other things the family Tarpley like this like. Di weren't use technology. Basically I don't believe in in advanced civilization the Camaros roundup and mood anyone who had anyone I discovered who had education scientists technologists of course there's that really K. fries in the Amiga man win Bethel as you know that one point with with with a family of court naval in talking to him in and <hes> Muth aw assist definition of a scientist a man who understands nothing until there it's nothing to understand that sarcoma erosion and it's kind of film Heston is locked this sort of deep penetration unit in Vietnam behind enemy lines waging guerrilla war against the sort of comme rouge like the fast interesting things going on film as soon as you mentioned a Luddite Mike I thought the exact same thing about the comme rouge a few weeks ago on the say hey podcast we spike about a film cold. Don't think forgotten the lost rock and roll of Cambodia India and that sell it. It's an absolutely excellent documentary. If you haven't seen it <unk> genuine out bay to check that one Dan but <hes> the the director jumper rupp's he was his name he basically at least Texas story of how Cambodia was this wonderful flaring very cultural place in music was actively encouraged by <hes> the by the Prince Sihanouk and it so speaks speaks about all these wonderful musical types who in the West a lot of us had never heard and then the latter part of the phone goes very doc once it shows a pulp <unk> even before where there was a military coup in nineteen seventy and combining seventy five win <unk>. It's the whole program of agrarian specialists in yet once again to your point Andrew. They say if you're if you're a scientific or if you'll physiologists just throw your businessman Oh heaven help if you actually so that go too far into the ideology the maximum ideology than your threat because you're thinking we want you to think this way. We're GONNA send a lot of you act to the country him but you're gonNA be just digging up fields and we're going to write these propaganda jingoistic. LYDON's songs and Yoga Fulford in this is the white have we wanted to. We don't want anyone from the outside. We want to get rid of old Western influence <music> all Western technology and there were sort of thinking Oh really <hes> collect compared that story to this but I'm glad that you went to danger because that's the first <unk> in my mind much though as has a point the scientists dentists spicy clan militia I think in the Omega man the Tiejun whatever happened in these lists of sort of philosophical bent in the Megan man as to whether the the family is on bees all Bam Pozo <music> some sort of supernatural thing that did it air shop wants to kill him all the scientists of bicycling unleash some sort of apply that happens when when there's a saw no saw no sign of Soviet border wall which escalates into so there's some sort of will I have a scientists basically destroyed the earth and <hes> I suppose the Karoly with the Cambodia and of saying that a up saying that documentary dumping off the Goldman and sort of written quite a bit about that period <unk> camera <unk> community before the Comme Rouge climbing Cambodia was it had hit a lot of things obviously not support for the comme arose but it was also deeply corrupt country was ruled by bicycling bottom fading Elat who <hes> you know ruffled the country were very repressive. The Khmer Rouge didn't pop out of nowhere corruption poverty and massive massive bombing bicycling hope give them burst but it's the size of the current society into the Knicks Audio <unk> thaw asses massages Rothley critical of technology in some respects and all the things that have happened leading up to the situation there in now from Catholicism's that they really pretty miserable life I have in is I think brothers Zachary says you know we live like grabs in underground Ernie coming out not while he lives up in that building in that Hunky Paradise Era Gus that get the old ways but anyway it's it's terrific. Mathias has no problem getting over the racial politics because he's white and now he's even more white than white and I find it very interesting to that. The whole family is very culturally diverse when you look at like there's a a woman in there <hes> who has very <hes> native American features and then a gun she's bleached white you know this everybody is bleached white in this group they all are should be quote. Unquote equal even though feels like there is a leader in a very hierarchical kind of thing going on with Matthias at the top and then we go on down from there so he's becoming exactly what it was that he criticized and just sort of coming back to the whole point what about them rejecting everything in trying to baby out of the bath water technology wise massages instrument of being able to put his message out whilst through the media and <unk> whereas as much as yet he says well technology has really screwed us up but it was all nothing he was able to editorialize as I mentioned before in the last moment that we save him in the film before he tights if you WanNa call like that and he was able to say what he won and get that message out a kite. There's no one to give that message up to but rather than look full technology debt will serve him and his people well he says now will oh absolutely rejected or mets throwing the baby out with the bathwater. I'm not saying that that's a script problem that that the story is told as it needs to be talked about it just seems to me peculiar that he would take Olo nothing approach and probably contemporary takes. I felt the same way about laws trailer and his dog manifest will inet only are they reeling against technology but it's also a culture and literature in art and everything because they burn down the libraries they are having book burning rallies and they are burning up artwork and that's one of the things it's nevels apartment is he's got a lot of great works of art that he's saved from the family inside of his apartment and that's what they go after they have have to make a display when they finally get into his apartment they wait until he's back and then they go through and destroy everything inside of the apartment to make sure that they that they show him that they demonstrate to him that they they are capable of destroying the last remnants of culture that he has managed to safeguard from them so it's not just that technology thing. They're going after anything that shows man's beauty man's progress anything that we'll show what they are capable of doing. I'm surprised that they haven't gone into the movie theater and burned up that copy of Woodstock. I'm also very surprised that never hasn't gone through. You know any of the archives I mean the film schools are right there. You go through like U._C._l._A.. And maybe get some really good other films but instead he's I guess he wants something this long you know maybe he wants to take a nap in the middle of it. I'm not sure because I can't imagine watching woodstock every day or maybe sees at once a week Acre something for three years. I couldn't imagine watching it more than once actually so that would be by top of this type being hill heavy do watch the field woodstock. Every single died to read another liar to this towed. It's really interesting to look where this film occurs to. In Houston's Heston's development I mean as I think not not now no support to Houston's PROGAM views but it is also pity in some respects. The dumb probably the dominant M._e._d.. Now have histories that interview in bowling for Columbine Way Bicycling Motte more quiz him on on the Columbine Shooting and Histon who I think was a I think my early onset Alzheimer's by that stage to me. That's one of the worst things in the entire world is seeing that attack interview that he does with Heston that like Gotcha moment and it's I mean which is this. I have no no talk with Houston's got progam usual. I think Lord of the point of so at the fact that will history was in some terrific films also a lot of crap like every single other actor the other thing. I think it obscures. Tow is the fact that Tom in the nineteen sixties. He was a hey what Liberal Democrats hey supported civil rots he was he was in favor of gun control. He was the head of SAG for longtime. He was the Guy Yeah he marched with Martin Luther King that Big Washington Washington rally. I think it was Washington and a Coleslaw out of a lot of people in the in the light sixties he sort of went to the wrought he would go on to support Raga and he would go on to become head of the N._R._A.. All these things but I mean I think the interesting rating a bit battiston he he initially opposed Vietnam the American intervention in Vietnam and then he supported he switched over to the wrought about Nineteen seventy-one which is when the AMIGA mankind out which to me AH strengthens that that view of of the Amiga man is almost bang text about Heston waging war against the counterculture against cult the Cultural Nile is that that's come from it and I think that also I always very much in the fact that he is apartment is full of all of his wonderful. All <unk> at a certain point in history would've called dead white mild culture but modernist culture that Cuba's paintings the book so let's go surreal. He's a real old conservative traditional modernist in that respect. I think it's fascinating where that film comes through in his in his political development looking at that book Santa's Mark An actor's is law which <unk> must radio more data. It was Kinda fascinating book. He actually really put a lot of put of a lot of these. Ah personal grunt behind the Omega Man I mean he'd liked it locked the medicine book I am legend. Hey pushed pushed to try and get the AMIGA man might he took a really direct role getting it might he is this hates of diarrhea and trees. I'm in enacted. Law is basically I should've said an act as law is basically <hes> Heston's Austin's diary <hes> with with editorialized pats throughout where he sort of coming in later in life signing on these now he took a really prominent role in getting Rosalyn Cash Kost in the role that she had ATAS Lisa which is terrific pot in the film should talk about that more and at one point he sort of thought he actually says at one point which is interesting. This is another visit any Siamese about the Omega Man. This is another of the <unk> the not very long list of films. I have more or less personally can save and might have to be the best of of course is in a footnote sign. Actually I didn't really lock it in Richardson really put wannabes on grunt into it the other Roseland cash character she is I mean she's basically just a Black Panther walking in off the street and popping into this movie which is great this like the slang everything you know like call a mother I mean Kinda reminded me <hes> Morris Chorus of when we talked about <hes> trouble man it's like she and Mr T.. I think would have made a real power couple. Oh yeah but she is fantastic that she is super militant and you know talks about the man like when she introduces reduces him to the rest of the the group that she has which ironically enough is very much like a family. There's a standing father a standard mother which she is in a whole bunch of children. She says I want you to meet the man as in the the man you know as in the power structure as in the patriarch is in the police as in all of these things the way that she sets him up as that role so we've talked about him kind of fitting into that when she's on the back of that motorbike hi can just like you know. Don't try to be cute. 'cause I can splatter your brains all over the place. It's just like man. This is a real kick ass chick focus to where the pain gray was ever thought of for the role. I not that I know of. I don't think she really Kinda came aiming to run until a few years after that there was somebody else that he was talking about an I remember the he was talking about Diane Carol in the role but fought for Roseland cash to be in there and then apparently cash and <hes> the director didn't necessarily get along as as well as they possibly could have which is a shame Charlton's pretty critical of the director. I think the direct apparently had to Tampa problem I think or Seagal kind of dismissed him as a television director unfortunately because I am I know he he had done a bunch of other stuff and some of it very good. Some of it may be not so good but I'm trying to remember <hes>. Was it black noon that he ended up doing. There's some good T._v.. Movies in there and of course he directed a couple Colombo Columbus episode so he's okay by me in my book. Does the film actually looked like a T._v.. Movie to your account decided I've never seen it on the big screen. It's always been Davide or a <unk> showing it. Just might be a common element of films at at that time that sort of look that warner brothers look maybe but there was something about that made me think this looks slut. Television movie in I have any problem with that but does <unk>. Cinematic Fill audit not instead of has made television aspects spouse of the lighting is one of them. I also think Seagal in Jackson Good Action Saints into it. I mean as you know he's that that that Di di Di some of that has a slightly might feel to me by be coming back to the school might be aspects of that school by Grind. <unk> sounds like it was being used in a lot of television shows at the time I'm thinking of the thing from the streets of San Francisco this a little bit of that during the action sequences wear it way Roseland catches on the metabolic with Charlton Heston getting out of that football stadium and these just something about that that reminds me of T._v.. Shows like that and once again not not a bad thing just sang that some similarity and I know that we've discussed film schools on previous shows that have been on Mike and this this one like coming back to that nine seventy Santa Meat. I think I'd sit in previous shows way <unk> Schifrin that was so the gang for that very funky age in like we discuss Charlie Farakhan pretty show in things like Daddy. Harry is something that's a funk bank and this nothing bad on this because I love it but there were video guy for something a little bit funky but not quite at that level Lalo Schifrin had been influenced by the exploitation composes man. We're talking about the religious symbolism before this movie is lousy with it when they capture Neville and they put him in the back of this cart and apparently I didn't pick this up but in the script they're talking about that. They are throwing computer papers <hes> <hes> basically printouts at him when he's in the back of that or that's also the hat that he's wearing is a big computer printout the so kind of <hes> looks very many evil the Khanna cat that they put on him the almost dunce cap as they're rolling him into the the stadium and when they get them they have his arms outstretched when they're going to burn them in the stadium kind of Burnham as a heretic and then also went he goes and Roslyn cash helps rescue. 'EM along with Dutch who's played by Paul Koslow when she has put his hands up. She tells them they were GonNa Crucify. You baby and it's just like Yep okay. We're going to get that time and time again and then of course the end of the film when his arms are stretched and he's in the phone and his I think he's even cross his ankles. It's such Christ like pose. It's ridiculous. It was the era of pay and God spell in Jesus Christ superstar aside for Inara that was in some ways tried to rid itself of theological mainstream society but <hes> but those musicals alive apply was still very big in popular culture in that right sort of make sense that it was the I._U._D.. God little girl ask just hit job is to goal is one of the Mideast of is of is that is one of that Ragtag hippyish group of survivors who live on the outskirts of town. You got all he gives his blood to sigh five Abbas. I mean he's he's blood is the serum because he's naval allies who haven't seen it never of course as a scientist pool that the end of the world is that these that contagion from Sonar Russian war and that's a very by Batavia aspect of actually in the laboratory with with histon watching on T._v.. And then someone rings Japanese his all try batch thirty I forty five and he's in in a helicopter taking the bench of Serum to some way we don't need to know this. The helicopter crashes because pilot gets the plague and just before a black sap histon injects himself with what he's not sure will be successful serum to apply it turns out that it is he's immured shared. His blood is the future of humankind. He's blood can buy Szekely <unk> as a whole pot of the film where they basically trying to make antibodies from his serum from his blood for for Laces Bravo who's disaffected with apply at the very before he dies. He posits a bottle of the serum to to Dutch who I believe you. Roll Mice GonNa pull Kelso who I believe you will almost a d._v._d.. For this podcast that was a real shame I was talking with with his wife back in December and I just was about to interview him and she's like Oh wait. No we've got family in from out of town. Let's talk again in a couple of weeks. So I talked again. I think right after Christmas and it was like no will not yet. We'll talk very soon. Call me basically emailed me again in another week or two <hes> emailed her again. I didn't hear anything back and then I started to see on facebook rumors that he passed away. Which of course he did head so that was such a shame I mean he was such a great actor and from what I understand is a heck of a guy too and I only wish I could have heard some of the stories that he had tell? I Know One story that he tells in shock cinema is that again with the Heston being such a big Mucky mucks and sag that Khalsa was <hes> screwed over on a previous film with some <hes> royalties that he was owed with actually a salary and Heston managed to get the salary paid to <hes> him and all the rest of the actors that were owed their back salary so he was Kinda sticking up for his own for his fellow actors as well as for his fellow Co Star Child. There's some weird lines in here to where heat says to do Lisa the Roslyn cash character a where'd you ever see a stream of fish in Harlem and I was just like that's really Kinda tone deaf for him to say that plus there in Los Angeles so wouldn't he say do you ever see extreme of fish in watts or compton or something like that. It doesn't make any sense that he's like assuming that she's from Harlem. It's like come on dude. That's a little racist. It's buying cost isn't it. You know that blaxploitation <unk> costs last which was sort of very <hes> there in New York based. I think a lot of is exploitation. Films went mainly shot a New Yorker. A lot of shutting allies will have US L._A.. In New York just like the the the film store where it's like okay. They had a little bit of a different field one to the other depending on where they were and maybe a little San Francisco but pretty much those two urban areas where where we were seeing most of our blaxploitation isn't you could really got a town on the fact that Lay said end turns runs into the family at one of the family and then he's walked for Wall and then Charleston has to save her yeah well a lot of these movies. It feels like we've got the white savior going on. I mean even in the last night on earth he goes in basically goes up to the roof character that and injects his blood into her and he's like I've cured. You and it's like Oh okay. It's up to the white guy to save the woman no matter what it is and scientifically all it at Texas one injection to do it in fact all the command <unk> Megan man really needed on one of those needles was a big rid saw that said you know serum in case of an emergency Braille because an actually now that we're talking about there is by fatigue aspects of his spill they should have but that's one of the whole thing about but again to that point history slot this we'd middle-age slightly cracked up swing up time deaf swing up in our it he basically is is seasonings department with his ear and he's he's. He's got that big screen that he would call it himself on and if that's not that big that big television screen that he recalled himself on if that's not a sort of <unk> an early seventies swing sort of thing auditor. What do you think he was making sex tapes before the Apocalypse Neville Swan absolutely sure but but we never hear about his wife in kid in this which I find very interesting to that? I don't think yeah he was leading a bachelor. Life and I don't think that we could have accepted because I know some people couldn't accept anyway this whole idea of him and Roslyn cash having a romance and you know we know they are down to fuck in this movie. They are definitely fucking in this and that is a nineteen seventy-one. You gotta be fucking crazy to put that up on screen. I mean we're just a few years away. From north of the interracial Kish between a Harare in Kirk I mean and here we have as characters. They're just bone in this movie. It's like wow but I don't think that we would've accepted even more if he had had a wife and kid that he ends up having sex with this other woman he has to be a bachelor in this for us to even begin to accept that he has a life outside of them and it's never made a big deal of which is something that I really really liked. I appreciate that too. I mean there are those little weird things like him cutting down about Harlem and stuff and her with with her pattern of of black power but it's not like you know Oh. This is a big deal that we're having sex and we're breaking taboos. None of that stuff is going on. We'll swing was what about he would've slit with whatever woman by sickly appeared not it actually. I want to ask you to Gaza question. I didn't know whether donated blood nuts but heavy ever gone taken your shirt off while you've done I did blood because that happens twice in this movie. If I've gone to die night blood here the red cross the Kabir cold weather anyone's GonNa sit anything more than just roll up to sleep but I guess I'd have a chest as good as I'm forty seven years old. There's no way I'm going to look as good as Heston did in three years this guy's fifty years old and he's taken off his shirt in here. He's took it off planet one of the apes I mean if you like that you gotta take it off showed off a little flaunt it. Is there any truth to the room somewhere. Deepen the SANTRAC he can hear him saying yet. Take that Lancaster film with Lancaster Man. I don't think the two are you guys could've taken it but if there is I want to say seventy Mil wide-screen presentation I do have to say I felt really bad for Heston all the time that he's writing about that Anthony Cleopatra movie he wants to do and then when it comes out at completely legally tanks and he's just like oh well didn't work. It's like Oh man I mean that his whole diaries I mean they're just so many disappointments in there and it just shows how he scrambling to keep working as an actor through all that he's cutler four or five different projects as working on any one time which is the Act Law Fuss Pas Willis is this I mean he's also is a sense. I think toe that put a Hollywood is changing in the seventies and he's he's scrambling rambling <unk>. Try and keep up with that with that transition. He's not as biggest biggest stars. He was early on doing. My research looks like other than clip movies. We never got Heston in Lancaster caster in the same place at the same time. We're GONNA take a break in play an interview with one of the screenwriters of the mega man Ms Joyce Corinthian and we'll be back with that right after these brief messages our T. with caffeine from green tea leaves. 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I was actually <hes> Chemical Kim clinch nearing major at Rice when bill and may work work to the industry for a number of years and I went back my doctor and chemistry and talk for ten years so mostly I early on I help bill by editing work it wasn't until we got got into doing movies and such they'll really didn't take it seriously think about it <hes> he he could knock out anything in dialogue and wonderful skill but I became the plotter so eh we would get a project. I would do a detail seen outline and then he wouldn't turn it into dialogue and how we wanted working together. How did you go meet <hes> where we were at rice together? He was a graduate student and that was an undergraduate student. I can't believe you're scientists. That's such a different thing than when do you ended up doing for the majority of your career at I imagine I don't think my plans particularly informed much anything. That may be banned. They we use a little bit love. What I'd I attitude toward science was but I think he just you know if you have a a brain organizes well then you can be a good storyteller? At least that was my function so worked out okay. We talked a little bit before I started the recording as far as how you broke into show business what was that big moment for you like they always Bryant a and he had published a couple of novels and we were at home when evening and we got a call and he's like this is Roger Cormon and they'll not not some bus that we had no idea it was a major producer director so broad just said Oh i read one of your novels and I'm sure it was his development director. Get it's just producers reading it makes trains and and he said I think a very <hes> cinemagraphic imagination. Would you like to movie scripts and they'll say no no especially to I started that should do they talked off-island. Roger said well. I'm always wanted to do some about dog or do you know anything about they'll. Modestly said everything was taken aback and the they'll set what when he was young and there was young he had asthma third badly being confined to bid he took up building model World War Two airplanes little plastic airplanes and so he all about barbeque coffin so roger to test. Is that okay well. How did he die and they'll say whether three theories that game the three theories and Russia's hey you really we do know everything about it so we started talking about it and bill said he'd think about it and then he caught his friend Larry mcmurtry who's been in graduate school bill at Rice and Larry said Oh Hello Glen Right a movie script? You said you're writing will still be there. You know it doesn't kill you to do a script you earn money from it so bill did a script and Senate in Toronto and then Roger called upset. If you ever seen scenario those no he's well. They usually write about one hundred twenty pages. This is two hundred forty pages a you're like twice to on so that was coming out on the first thing because they'll hated the editors work once it was it was like not just cutting bleeding. It was like cutting muscle at it work so I cut help cut it down and went out to the story visuals Roger and principal lady who did development and <hes> we had story meetings on it and while we were out there we were now so it's a delicatessen in Beverly Hills and agent walks behind Roger Waves over and said this is your lucky day cartridges and they don't have an agent so we then acquired it agency then while we were still still out interviewing a working on honor show from the Brown <hes> came up with an interview with Walter Seltzer to do what became mega man so and all of a sudden having done a mega man we became science fiction writers have done it before but how how it tends to want to categorize you rather quickly so we've got various offers to do various six projects after that bowl. Is it like when you were editing bells work I mean sometimes I love my editors sometimes if feels like their murdering my children front Oh yes. I'm definitely felt that way but he he left it to me say he didn't take we would argue more over his books. You know at something there <hes> he didn't take the movie writing seriously so it didn't matter him too much catch one way or the other. How did you go about adapting? I am legend for the McMahon. It's a very short story and it had vampires in it and I wanNA use vampires so I came up with the idea of biological warfare. The bill came up with the the weird <hes> contact lenses that Ramirez that gave your village really spooky qualities then we had to stretch it out because it wasn't long enough to be a real movie. We you know a movie as a as a Novella <hes> not a short story so we <hes> came up with the people who were young people who weren't quite turned and also we had put in a love interest Chris and it's like because it wasn't he loved interest in the short story so we said well okay when alas man or last earth. How could you make this a difficult romance and so I was teaching plot university at the time and I said Oh we're maker could block so and we got this wonderful feisty actress who played the role to perfection and I believe in Beverly Hills p award for that year because it was one of the first onscreen black white romances you know so but we and we took the character of Charlton Heston character and we divide them down the middle between we did it symbolically with his apartment with part of the science lab and part of it which humanities function so that was sort of filling when my time I did this is part of humanity starts but it was fun to do? We always had fun 'cause we lived in New Orleans at the time and they would apply out for story eighties and put it up at Nicer Taylor. We've got a nice restaurants and come home and knock over at work you know and it was very simple. One hundred twenty page is GonNa later. We've got into doing soap opera where you're doing an hour day five days a week fifty two weeks a year. That's right. That's exhausting. I think two hundred twenty pages and nothing in fact it was we we said that wasn't a interview on paper. I agent said Oh for God's sakes. They pay you a lot of money. Don't say that they'll say it's easy and don't give them more than like ten or fifteen pages at a time because we we literally but when we did <hes> what was it <hes> yeah was planning to the APE. The producer insisted that we fly out with the pages every week and I told all I was teaching. I said I'm not going to do that a stupid he was at school at the time he'd given teaching position. He said well I can catch an early morning flight because of the time difference I could be L._A.. Hand over the pages and producer would take them and and then they go to lunch and come back and they'll come back and he would look at it and say Oh yeah they're fine. Okay go back and keep going but it would have been the whole thing you take out like two hundred fifty pages or it was author. Jacobs's reduce named finally came back to me poor guy he was actually sick of the movies because at the end he notices end of the second one he blew up the earth because he wanted to do anymore sequels and the studio television well we okay you blew up the earth. Do you figure it out. We want another sequel by the time we've gotten to this one with him. Well we only did the fifth but by the time he got to the when he was so sick of any also died shortly afterwards heart attacks he was not a well L. person but it was a pretty weird experience of typical Hollywood excess prefers class Delta flied out once a week and there were pages. I can't believe you guys were well building and schooling you teaching and balancing that with the the writing at the same time I mean some people that's their only job is to be the screenwriter yeah well. I'm sure if they take it very seriously. It's you know it could be say. We never took it to seriously it was fun. You know I've had always had nobody time. I didn't have fun with General Hospital because produce. It was opinion that back but we always had tried doing it. So what was your relationship like with Walter Seltzer. He was very nice <hes> chuck cast and had bought the rights to this movie <hes> let's make a ban and he had <hes> Oh you know like hands on doing it so we were over to his house and met him a couple of times at all and he was very nice Nice. <hes> there was always pain of glass. You never felt like you got past that public person but very nice and <hes> we had we had a good time with it. <hes> it was not at all hard working with them. <hes> <hes> they did a Polish after we turn in the script because they thought it needed more humor and they put in some really stupid lines between we saw that movie we cringe that but basically he did our our show which you can't say everything you're right because it was a tendency to even though we never got always got bitten by credits the prime credits <hes> sometimes mess around with like we did box cover for Roger Cormon Martin Scorsese directed it was last one corrected before he got famous with mean streets and I don't know whether it was Roger <hes> whether it was <hes> as as he was supposed to be a feminist pitcher thank Julie Carmen Ragas wife has come up with the idea and and especially a feminist pitcher boxcar birth is the title well they way. We played it with that. She was the brains behind Paul. You know that <hes> David Carradine get himself in some ticks and then Bertha I would get him out of it well. They kept cutting out the ends of scenes where she wasn't to save you. It was just David Carradine's pitcher. You know we never had any input in the production of any movie except a little bit with <hes> Brown was just an accident. They were filming an island and Roger wanted some additional scenes so bill said Oh I could do that <hes> apparently over so we got a free trip over just to be there you know but normally we get the script to the producer during never see it again until a year later we go look at the local movie theater so well. I guess I should ask what were your impressions when he finally saw the mega man where you happy with what they did other than the comedy bits yeah comedy really may just cringe like the one point that was a line about told you have to you know you have to leave her. What prompted it but the line what went out maybe it'd be do blanket? It's like what where did that come from that so stupid <music> but the the thing I guess distressed as a little bit we told Charlton Heston we were using the symbol of <hes> heroes bloodsaves humanity. You know it's it was like the blood of Christ is so when he dies at the end he knew he was dying like a Christ figure. Well trump was he handed up you know he died and he died and he died and he died other than that. It was another thing that really irritated me. Is that the girl <hes> let's see who is up Lawson cash his who love interest introduce yourself as the scene where he's been captured and he's a stadium and he's about to be. I don't know crucify killed or something and suddenly the stadium lights come on and Roslyn was one who did it. She's told him she had been an electrical engineering student at Berkeley and she had you know the generators or something to make the lights come on. I don't know <hes> and they changed it to a guy because obviously a girl could be an engineer and that really irritated me you know because I was an engineer worked industry united so but other than those two things was three things with those stupid humor it was it was a pretty good production that would have been the perfect time for two main like the feminists revolution was ongoing at that point Hollywood recognize that at the time just beginning to recognize Dino's moving onto battle for the planet the Apes. You said that it wasn't isn't necessarily the the easiest thing that Jacobs wasn't necessarily that into it at the time. It must have been kinda strange because you're almost written to into a corner with something like that. Because of the way that time is cyclical. Did you have to go back and watch all the original movies then try to figure out where yours would fit in well we did because we had never seen them so. When you brought us out he said it's up to you know screaming movies and we saw them mostly? I got the idea from move trying. I don't think of well the writer up to that point Paul Dean and limitless had been had done the other for script and he had a nervous breakdown or something because he had started assist script and he had the apes suddenly going to you like a corrupt room in court you know Caesar was like Caesar you know like a Roman emperor and it was like what you know. They just gotten their freedom ounce. You get there so I was talking to my hairdresser who was a great fan of the apes and and I said what is it you like about these movies and he said well the apes has such innocence and so at that's hit me you know okay so we did Cain and Abel story we did this. I ate killing eight and then in some young man. I can't remember his name he did a p._H._d.. Dissertation on it and then later published a book and I met at one time when I was out there did a boot right version of <hes> of apes movies and they wanted to talk about it and he was they're awesome nice young and but he had this theory that it was all about racial politics of time and I said well it may have been you know in Paula Deen's mine and certainly that was you know evident in leave the way the different quality of the apes behaved and everything but I said we were doing Cain and Abel he he just didn't want to hear that because it didn't fit into this fish Dick dissipation but <hes> <hes> you've got I said well. I was teaching it a Black University of the time so I'm sure some Kamien so he he jumped on that. I thought that was important in his interpretation well. There's definitely a lot of racial politics politics in the arena as well. Oh my goodness you saw the arena. It's been awhile but yeah I mean I would watch anything with PAM Gurnett funny. I'm sitting here looking at a poster and it's retitled naked. Warriors go to almost nude women fighting. It was funny because yeah that was another one that they totally changed the ending of <hes> ended up getting it was supposed to be the arena you though <hes> of and they turn it into just run at the end I mean it was no way to you can escape the Roman Empire stretch from Persia to Brittany at the time and and <hes> yet they have run to all escape thing at the end so that didn't make sense but but the the second thing we wrote and it was funny because when you write a movie in the old days now if everything is on tape so you can see it but <hes> it being the movie you'd see it go away and you'd never have a chance to sit again. We're one time the the we saw the arena was coming on television or something and so we rushed him to see this. This is like years after having seen it and and would be thrilled by and it's like it's so candy I mean we were just Larry. We thought it was hilarious and it wasn't entity that way. Well you know what was your experience like. Working on killer bees. Oh now that was a good that has a backstory is it has nothing to do with variety. We gotta call <hes> we were sitting here in New Orleans and we got a call from from producers set up our agent and he said you know how hitchcock's birds. I want something like that dis and again. That's where my science background came in because I knew I didn't reading about the killer bees come from Africa to in South America that will make you that way so that gave us the theme thought but I remember sitting on the extension Beveren see we have an old and houses doesn't Nineteen fifteen and when we renovated it took all the old screens off <music> thinking what we're always gonNA use air conditioning. Well keep the windows close. Well we found that air conditioning was a thousand dollars a month so we tend to keep the windows open when it where we have big tree roaches and no big you know inch and a half roaches this slide air at night and it used to be that when I come up to the bedroom at night and they'd be one on the ceiling to Oh there's a roach killer thing but I'm sitting here talking to producer on killer bees and a roach applies in the window in land my hair just and knock it to the floor and I stopped and I don't want to talking about so I decided to affectation my part you know <laughter> but that was that was that was half. I only <hes> cheating and it was interesting experience except at the end <hes> I visualize you go up into the attic and the whole attic. It's supposed to be a hive and I had seen it in visually like a movie you know but we are looking at it on a little T._v.. Screen like you know it wasn't to climb accidents. I said I expected because I was thinking movie into the T._v.. You know but that was that was pretty well done it was they had wanted to use <hes>. Oh who another actress Bette Davis I think but she was allergic disease so so they used Gloria Swanson instead pretty remarkable cast and just remarkable production all around I mean that was one of Curtis Harrington's. I felt Phelps memory serves. It was <hes> interesting experience because all of our interchanges just about with the people the producers were on the phone <hes> as opposed to you know it was a much cheaper budget <hes> movie movies you know so we didn't get we did fly out. I think once but not we didn't do most conferences about it. One time there was saying well we have seen where heroin comes in in the family or grady on her for dinner and so the producer on the phone oh that two of them said Oh. Let's let's have them seed it and so she has to walk in already heavy dinner and I said no that that would never happen that would be rude. You do that guests and so he says to other producers. Is that rude yeah. That's rude so so they were still standing waiting when she came down. That was a little disappointing 'cause I expected <hes> the grapevines to show up better than they did but when they shot it they were still little scrubbing things you know so sort of visually disappointing to it. It sounds like you building necessarily take this whole Hollywood thing very seriously at all down. Did you ever even think about like moving out there where we did move out but that was because we got a job where we had to be there. We didn't <music> number movies and then we've got a call from procter gamble through our agent in fact I agent called us up and said Phil said is the he was on the phone. Bill is the prestigious feature films according did you and as well he said well there is other art farm and it pays very well but it's very low prestige and put his hand on the phone honey. I think once coupon but it was soap opera so we began doing soap opera but again we were doing it some New Orleans and we would apply to New York <hes> for storing the eating and don't want maybe every two months not so a little more frequent like and you project what you're going to do because traditionally soap opera things you have long story arcs of six months or so and go home and do it and it was hard work <hes> 'cause he's doing as I said fifty two weeks year ear with no vacations at no reruns but <hes> you pay see when you do a movie. You're paid well a script but you do you hear maybe you know so. You're not getting a lot of money from it. Whereas this up well? You're getting a lot of money because because there's so many scripts so we did <hes> a number of soap opera things and then we were out of a job and then I agent set us up to an interview to do Superior Court which is a strip show a strip up. Show is a syndicated show on five days. A week has nothing to do with stripping it was a court show but the people who did people's Court they wonder scripted and that's unscripted <hes> but they wanted to do a scripted show where you found interesting cases and and did you did a different case every day to do that. Much store we started had to be there so we went out for a year <hes> and rented and did that for a year and then at the end of the year until bill that the <hes> I._R._S. will let you take off your really expensive slipping away from home for here but not worth of that so we should buy but we didn't sell out New Orleans House we just bought intending to you know move out there until the job is done and then and come back to New Orleans but we found a wonderful place to buy it was twenty six acres in the hills that had been foreclosed because the guy had been killed by Swat team because they thought he was a drug dealer and so is it fallen into bankruptcy and so we were able to get it for a very good price so we decided that <hes> we liked it so much that we would move out there and we did Superior Court for Tober three years and then passed away from a heart attack and there was just big property and Malibu so but I decided to stay and sell the New Orleans property instead living out there for about twenty one years before I can't retire kickback here. What were you doing in the meantime? I continued continued working. I did some opera the then I did <hes> for eleven seasons. I did real world for MTV. You know real world. Oh yeah that was a huge huge impact act on <hes> people might generation yeah well. I started with a nine stews and and I did <hes> from Seattle to Denver. That was a very interesting to do because that was that was my forte in that. I didn't have to right dialogue. <hes> I can write dial. The bills always wrote down a lot like everyone was rice graduate in real world. The kids are at least the way we shot it. <hes> we just put cameras on twenty before seven for about three or four months. It was up to me to find the scenes that made stories so they had their own voices. I didn't have to like I just had to find the story ARCS and that was very interesting. We'd do thirty nine episodes. <hes> No no court do twenty four episodes except sometimes we'd have more material and do it <hes> stretch it out a few more episodes but he always looked for like an episode for each an arc for each episode but the look for Arc's from the whole season and hopefully someone learned something for being on the show 'cause people would say will do you mind. Don't you Miss College teaching and I said well I did like I had a good impact because I put it in ten years this <hes> teaching in a black university and really helped get their sense program funded better. It's now Xavier University now since more <hes> black kids to medical school that he of the university in America so they have a strong science program but I said I felt like when I got to doing television that my audience has got dicker you know the kids people that I can affect particularly with real world 'cause you're audiences younger people <hes> that you can communicate to them in a way that that <hes> you can't do a classroom. You know I mean we had alcoholic stories. We had boyfriend abuse stories. <hes> we had <hes> anorexic store is <hes> we had a even a girl. It was a cutter <hes>. We didn't know that she she was and we put it on the calf but strewn out to be so you could do some really interesting things <hes> but you weren't making up the stories. You weren't like a grownup t h stories they were moving their stories that you were just telling them. That must have been such a change for you or did the soap operas kind of help you get into that mindset. It was actually the producers of the show were Mariel Jim and <hes> John Murray couldn't pull his first thing. <hes> Marielle L. had been the producer on. I I sort of soap opera. which is I wound up being invited? The I was Co.. Executive producer actually was my title that I was in charge of the story for real when it was there because she knew me and I could you story they. The story was that MTV wanted to do soap opera and they priced it out for them and they said well we can't afford it. You know the approach John Merrill and John Background was in the news was <hes> soap opera so they price it. You gotTa have writers you. GotTa have sets you gotTa have <hes> editors and you know actors and all this money they're expensive to produce died off expensive to produce and the M._t._v. said well we can't afford that so they then bought of the idea of what let's try a reality soap opera and they didn't know if it would work so the pilot show in New York with I I think it was just six at that time <hes> cast members and they said as soon as they put them together didn't never went on air. It was just a pilot but they said as soon as they put them together. It worked you know they do that. Was this is the concept of going to work but then they had trouble control you'd have like thirty five hundred hours a tape by the time you film twenty four seven for two three cameras <hes> for that long of three months or so they had trouble mastering material and the first eight seasons they were going crazy because the state department's like the eight season before I took over the entire story department resigned because it was who worked in so upset upset and I came in and was able to organize it in a way that I was in control material we had loggers. I mean who are film school graduates who sit and look at each tape and they do a computer entry program and a program that for each minute so you can interest back and find something you know and the story department had not been using these tapes I mean these computer logs because they said they weren't detailed enough and they weren't fast enough and all and so I told me I said well we just have to get them done faster and just make them put something now for every minute nobody detailed. I got where I would read the logs then I would pull out seeing that in saved them look might be interesting and after I'd say in the same in my head story that would allow and I'd have my assistant <hes> story editors <hes> patched together on computer rough cut of the show and that way I was in control of the material which no one ever been mentally in control of it before just too much material you know and the the writers we're trying to look at the tapes and remember the tapes and didn't generate stories from them and they're just couldn't do it was just too overwhelming so they were absolutely amazed Jonah Morales where you know that I could come in and organize it like that so that it worked and we were getting great ratings. I did it for eleven seasons until I decided to retire so it was a lot of fun actually when you're writing either helping to write a screenplay or writing for a soap operas. How are you keeping that kind kind of stuff organized? I know some people use like three by five cards but when it comes to like a soap opera where you have that whole season long story arc how you kind of mapping that out three levels is meeting level when you need beat <hes> usually with the producers in proctor Nabil's case they had <hes> a proctor and gamble representative there and then the advertising agency person was there and you'd Pitcher Story Arc <hes> and I personally I did I got it ruled like but your paper and I would. I would lay it out so that I knew because I want something to happen. Every week. You know even those two to most people soap operas. Just never nothing ever seems to happen a lot happening. You have to keep it. You have to have historians. Go and you have to do <hes> when you're doing our show you have to do pretty much three stories a day you cut took to the other and so I would let out and I started meeting went to append us up on the wall and they were all aghast because you just can't predict it like that. You know <hes> it tied down you too much. You have to be responsive to Anna so <hes> Gail Kobe who had who was arrested above a person found is telling us she said now. I'm just GonNa tell you put the paper way and she said you do that at home. No I'm just don't bring it to the meetings so that's how it so you do it. Projections long-term serve rejection and then you come home and then we do and I did not job to do the breakdowns. which is you lay out for five subscript in a row of a week exactly what the scenes are going to be those two to five cards because you want to shuffle them because you can't? They're all like writing sonnet. You've got so many restrictions you have actors guarantees. You can't put up too many sets. You haven't limited numbers that you can't change the sets from one day to the next and tally of the cost too much money to put him up. Take him down the all these restrictions that you have to keep in mind well telling the story you know those what doing doing three about five cards and then I would do a <hes>. Let's call it a breakdown and I get each break down to a writer and bill would do usually three scripts and we had other writers <hes> working for I would do another to those and then we'll get descript back and then I'd edit them for continuity and send them and this week after week after we really exhausting people don't appreciate it because it's so an art form you know is like anything that women are attached to like nursing and teaching her or soap opera because it's mostly feminine <hes> it gets degraded but for the actor think I heard it is an actor to be given an hour script in which they have you know a huge number blondes and they get it and they have to master they have to block it. They have to tape it all they wanted to. It's just incredible that they can do it now. I always admire Meyer the amount of skill that it takes for the people behind the scenes and the people in front of the camera to be able to just get that going and keep them momentum up just the after day yeah and we had the director has is doing live editing on three cameras. He's cutting the cameras. You don't go back edit the soap opera. You Edit online like that as you're doing it was it was like watching a well you see it in sports. You know when you're doing a lot of sports show you cutting from Cameron camera but mostly you don't do that mostly art and stuff but this is totally different <hes> we have doing and then we got into reality. Television is a totally different way of doing it because you have all footage and no script at all you have to impose script on food as it were. Can you tell me about the New Orleans mysteries winded those come about those writer and he had always had modest success and <hes> publishing books and till he wrote one call Shad just absolutely wonderful book <hes> but it was huge. It was a strange mixture of always always comedic. It's the structures Don Giovanni and Anyway He did this wonderful manuscript and his publisher was his editor was so excited about it. I mean his agents so excited about that. She thought she didn't have an auction on it. We'll put up for auction. The new ones interested in it and he just could not so it could not sell it couldn't sell it and then finally <hes> a small publishing house bought it printed it and then they went bankrupt so it said in a warehouse in ever really got the district I mean it was terrible so bill was so disappointed with this book that he said well Dan. I'm just gonNA write something. That's <hes> you know this is popular fiction or whatever so he had always had in mind <hes> that scene where here walks in the bar and everyone the bars did and so I said well let me think about it so I come up with a plot and we do the plot and send it in and <hes> his agent immediately gets it not only published in America but she took it to the Berlin film festival and sold it internationally. We have Japanese additions and Swedish additions so it's not that they came like a monster success but it was modest success you know so we did had <hes> we're working on the fourth of the that when bill passed away with his heart attacks I finish the fourth and six after that but they were just done in between times <hes> <hes> when we would <hes> you know would we be between movies are soap operas because even soap operas we changed. We didn't voluntarily necessarily but we get voluntary. We left search for tomorrow voluntarily star Sho Texas but then Adrit Silverman after it wasn't happy with the writings on Texas expires only time I laugh ever fired that was so upsetting to me two years ago and then <hes> but generally we would do a soap opera for a period of time you know maybe you're too and that would be because it's such hard work started tire <hes> so in between jobs was we were doing the <hes> the the mystery series. They were just something again again something we were having fun with. It's fun to 'cause to me. Bill said he would never write a book. You knew the end of but on the other way around when I do mystery story I have to plot all the way through so that you can appropriately no get you from a to Z as it were but he he was fine with outlines. That wasn't a hero too serious books he he discovered his books as he wrote the so. What was that that relationship like? When you guys were writing I mean was he the one sitting behind typewriter and you're giving the ideas or are you switching off? I mean how did that. Go now. We usually the idea part we would usually go out to dinner. Bill Low to local steak restaurant called trial and have a bottle of police Kelly <laughter>. It's cheap red one and then turn around ideas because it's if you're trying to create something don't self-censor you know he's like what if what what is even if it's stupid what is what is and then I would come home. Okay I can remember all these what else in my head and do some sort of story outlined which we wouldn't discuss and I would firm the detail outline of the of the script or whatever and then generally bill would <hes> <hes> do the dialogue of the script and he was wonderfully creating character through dialogue he could do wonderful voices for people each played to strengthen your mind storytelling his writing. Was it intimidating when you came to the fifth book and head to do it on your own. No I picked up his foul <hes> 'cause he had already said style <hes> well. I had to finish the fourth actually but <hes> when did is a friend of mine. I would never thought a woman read that book. I said well I picked up. Bill file was that was my stop for say so but now it was an intimidating done it too along too intimidated by. Are you still writing not too much. I did sort of a biography but I never published but I've had an helping friends <hes> a friend of mine <hes> Jerry Bell Sinclair. She was a T._v.. Reporter who <hes> married a guy who was in Angola he had been on death row but got as soon as commuted to life and he spent the next twenty five years trying to get him out of prison so she's doing her biography and I was helping her Edison. It's recently because she's a good writer but she'd written for T._v.. So she only wrote she wrote dynamically but her organization was pretty weak because you didn't used to doing long-form stuff you know so I helped her <hes> but editing ah her book for her so that's my son in law is also doing his memoirs. He was a Hippie <hes> he went to Vietnam twice had two tours of duty and then came back the Hippie <hes> president of student body at L._S._U.. Back in the seventies so that was very interesting life became public defender. I enjoy helping people do their lives because they have such stories stories in general you don't know people you know you have cocktail conversations about what movies what restaurants you've been to but when people have really interesting stories when he get down to it where's the best place for people to pick up your books and bills books <hes> AH UPSIDE JANE CARTERTON DOT COM that list <hes> our mystery stories and then separately this bill serious work and I was able to bring all his overbooks back into print that way Amazon has okay <hes> aside ranch <hes> create space and they <hes> if you send them a digital manuscript <hes> they publish it in that they offered through Amazon and they don't print them into lazard seven prices. I like cheap so all of his books are in print and also did collected always collected poetry and <hes> the collected <hes> short stories and then <hes> another young and <hes> did D- <hes> collection of his essays recently so always work them back obey woman print which is good wide looked to read your bio. If you ever consider putting that out to oh well that was just for the family. I haven't actually published it yet. I gave it to my son who helped me put the wins on Amazon and he's been sitting on it for years. I think he's waiting for me to die handed out at the general choice. Thank you so much free time. This has been fantastic. Oh good well and well and if I can help you anyway through other. You know and let me know 'cause I'm. I'm retired. I'm really doing I work with illegal voters. I was a state president for two years. I'm not the president anymore so I'm not overly occupied with anything to do so. It'd be happy to help you. IF ANYTHING COMES UP I I'm not a nothing happened way was supposed to have six billion people on Earth when the infection hit. I'm a survivor living in New York City. We'll be at the South Street seaport every day at midday. When the sun is highest in the sky? Don't just push around the OH Jeez <music> <music>. Oh God didn't do this. We did all right. We're back and we're talking about the mega man and we're going to talk about. I am legend guys. I'm sorry but I am legend comes out in in two thousand seven and this is one of those projects that was kicking around since the mid nineties. There were two scripts that we're floating around one by John Logan one by mark WPRO savage and those scripts while they are fan tastic. I have to say both of those individually and I'm very curious as far as the evolution of these scripts because productivity in ninety six he writes rates a script and he takes the creatures away from being the cultist family that we've seen away from being kind of more the shambling zombies and puts them more into the more of what we're GonNa Kinda see and I am legend more of the <hes> you know really hyper killer kind of creatures more like those twenty eight days later type of zombies that we're going to see and he calls them Hema sites and then it's interesting because in Logan conscripts that has a date of I want to say ninety seven he also refers to the creatures as he must sites so I don't know if it is one of those things where two writers got the same assignment and they kind of went from there or if it was to Logan Logan back to produce savage or how that works and spoiler alert I will hopefully be talking to productivity and we'll have an interview in here that I have yet to record so I'm very curious if he'll be able to shed any light on that but again we take these a same blocks that we've seen in these other movies and we're rearranging them so is it. Do we have a dog. Do we have the mystery of what happened to his family. Do we have court men in here. What are these creatures like in so we mix and match match those kinds of things through the true scripts and again both of these are fantastic really enjoyed them and then the project goes into turnaround? I think at one point is supposed to be Ridley Scott Directing with possibly Arnold Schwarzenegger S.. It has never fans. Can you imagine naval going around with staking. Van Buys going either cheerios. You got the point. It would have been really good. I it's interesting because when we talked on this show about twelve monkeys twelve monkeys was one of the movies that came out in the wake of the Ebola explosion over an Africa and <hes> there was the article the hot zone and then there's the book the hot zone. I think the book of the hats came out eighty four and then there was a real rush again. Ridley Scott was slated to direct the movie version of the hot zone which only now is available. I think is a mini series. I can't remember what channel or streaming platform that's available on but again maybe Kinda too little too late who knows by yeah so we had all of these disease movies coming out or being informed by the stuff and this would have been yet another entry in that but then it gets delayed for you're almost ten years or over ten years and then we finally get what we ended up getting even read a script from two thousand five which had Akiva Goldsman name on it and I'm not a big fan of Goldman but even that script from December eight th two thousand five is better than what we ended up getting. I don't know who to lay the blame for whose feet. I should should lay this blame for because the I._M.. Legend two thousand fell two thousand seven film. I I'm not a big fan of this film. I watched it for the first time for the the shower and I think my review on letterbox was the things idea for the projection booths but to be honest with <unk> regrets not a great film but it was nowhere near the disaster that was fearing it was going to bait but I I think meister might problems with were a guess more visual the whole Mesh. I'm not a big fan of C._G._I.. Lighten big blockbuster films they whole notion of the creatures in I'm legend new tight much that we're not the lace bit human they rolled a with the strength of a thousand amplifies it just none of that made any sense to me for whatever other problems the early films head head weird the characterization of Robert Neville you felt some level of sympathy for them. I mean linnea maybe more with Vincent Price in Charlton Heston but you felt something full them and really will Smith's character in this essay him lose his wife and daughter. You're supposed to feel something bay from and I just a a soda sound like an Asshole but I never do and that's a problem. I'm not sure if that's a problem with the script or it's a problem with the direction yet. Just feel nothing for him and it's it's shot to make competently but I never feel involved in the story and it's a real Shankar's. I love everything else related to the stories of Robert Neville the book in the films I share your complaints lack of empathy with will Smith in this role August felt nothing think factory annoyed me and always thinking as I was watching on hamlet in the two thousand seven film who would who would I wanNA hang out with more child in these in his apartment with the crushed bill but in the dinner and the music in the We'd swing in a two by screen or clean leaving around Good Guy Bob Molly listening naval in in the <unk> I'll be with chuck rematch more into tiny we comply chase we can hang out they talk about things go cruising in a Dutch a boring character and is now when the spice as a sense of age to him to to will Smith performance a business <unk>. There's something missing the core of this film on this now. It's just not dramatic driving at the one thing did like a <unk> obscene. I am legend a long time ago. I came out. I think all gripes you know a remake of the mega man or Ray Mike of the of the book this'll be grind caused very are disappointed. The much like you Morris I sacrificed two hours of my life for mocking the prediction booth that I will never get back watching. I am late again for this podcast a lot but the picture of New York C._G._I.. T._I. Liden as it is that was quite interesting on the effectively bicycling shoots golf balls of that message Mothball Boma thought that was quite interesting. These ovation huge battleships of rotting in the higher by the Fact Act at New York is full of of wild animals including mountain. Law is very digital locked in this film unlock you. I just hope now empathy for will Smith's character. It's tough when you feel more or empathy for the dog that need do for Will Smith and when the dog dies in the movie the movies pretty much over for me. I don't care about anything after that and this one moment that just seems to me to be so completely illogical we see early on him getting into a video library and he's talking to the dummies pretty much like Charlton. Heston is talking to himself in maybe keeps in with some level as sanity this moment where he sees a dummy in at the end of a straight now he's previously gone in sit up traps to capture these creatures hem socks whatever you WanNa call them and they do the same to capture him and these creatures have correct me if I'm wrong but it same for me that old <unk> noise and violence and slobbering and I have no level of intelligence at least it's been no indication to that point but had is a creature that religious lives to eight and to kill set up a sophisticated to catch trap block that it just seemed like one glaring big logical fallacy in in the film I can I can give logical problems with films in that way fail anything's at the main character and their holes in the plot than it's not during the great job well. That's the thing that they don't manage to bring out in. This film is that there is a relationship between the woman creature that he ends up taking and the male creature that when he comes out into the son and his burning himself and screaming at Neville then it becomes a revenge story from his point of view and he's the guy who's who sets up the trap and does all of these things he basically sets up the exact same trap that we see will Smith setting up but we don't necessarily get that and Smith is too dumb to realize that there is a relationship there and he says in his journal like Oh yeah. There is a weird thing that happened this creature sure came out in the sunlight and was burning himself. That's kind of weird any never puts to into together and it's just like so he thinks that these things as completely mindless and only wants to use them for their blood and to try to find a cure again in the two thousand five script in that one he's really trying to find a cure because his wife and daughter have turned and are basically serving the leader of the Hema sites and he abuses them like a bad stepfather kind of creature and so he's like okay. I want to get them and I want to save them and do this kind of stuff. I'll figure out what's going on and he goes through all these tests subjects and we do get a shot in. I am legend two thousand seven of all of the previous subjects that he is worked don and so again kind of saying like Oh yeah he is the night he goes through and murders all of these creatures and he's the stuff of their their nightmares or day mares I suppose but again it's just so like thrown away. There's so many moments in this two thousand thousand seven movie that we get through just little flashes of like the cover of Time magazine that's on his refrigerator or a headline inside of a you know a place that he happens to go into. It's just really poor for storytelling and back to the original themes in the book there is that sense that the Hema thoughts evolving into as he's not he's not getting less. He's not realizing realizing that there is a Santa by our evolving. Something asked him actually have some sort of community <hes>. They're evolving something aspect yes. It's a fairly it's a fairly more to haul off in otherwise very lackluster script nothing can he has a described back to how uninspiring Smith these <unk> Lot will smith movie stop he's done but he's buried his around playing good guy imagine this film as a sort of Boring Comey GSI about the very end win who is a Alicia Bragar and Charlie Tahu play Enron Ethan who are the the woman in the young boy who are so stumbled into nibbles overton in a skype when he is a flat sort of get some attacked by that he massat tonight and and skype with I think some some serum levels mine is that and then I go on this trip and then I let's say across either into the handmaid's tile and and end up in this weird so the rural Christians have wool gut guided community. It looks like welcome. Welcome to the future of America well. That's an one version one of the ending and the other version of the ending is we have this very heavy handed butterfly imagery that goes throughout this whole thing we have his daughter in the back seats in Dad look a butterfly and she does that again when he puts her on the helicopter and she's doing this thing with their hands like look butterfly and then when he and Sam the dog are going through the Cornfield. We get shot of C._G._I.. Butterfly that's flying around and I know somebody's going to correct me and tell me all about the insect wrangling that happened on this movie. That seems to be my thing if I call something C._G._i.. Somebody has to prove me wrong that it wasn't a C._G._I.. Thing but anyway so yeah at the end the head Hemas site they we are inside of the <hes> that little room with the glass which is seems to be unbreakable glass good thing that he put that in there and the homicide has just pounding against the glass so much that search to shatter and it shatters into into an image of a butterfly and then he looks down at the woman that he's got and she's got a butterfly Tattoo and he's like Oh okay I understand he wheels the body out of that containment unit the main pain he messiah comes up to him and sniff anum and all this kind of stuff and he takes the body and goes away and Neville basically apologizes when he sees all of those pictures of the other people that this guy probably knew that never has kidnapped and then the three of them drive off and we still get the on a voiceover but it's a little bit different and we don't get that handmaid's tale colony that we see we basically get her saying movies. There are the survivors and traveling Dr Robert Novel in name Teeth and we're heading north anew teen tobacco Vermont. Keep your radio on listen for our broadcasts. You're not alone. There is hope keep listening <music> the happy ending resist the not happy ending and at the butterfly imagery and all this it was just a little heavy handed with that. I don't understand why Neville is broadcasting. Come to me I have food. I have shelter all this stuff when we see all of the bridges being destroyed for getting into New York we see the tunnel we hear about the tunnels getting blocked. Why is he broadcasting this thing in saint come on over to Manhattan this this basically impenetrable island at this point swim the Hudson sure find a fucking boat and come on over to me and then you and I we can watch Shrek together and I'll repeat all the lines I it really is place? Put me in nibbles Dell's flash Nazi to all. Would you rather see Woodstock or Shrek a thousand times I would happily Cook Dna Charlton Heston as he comes home for mutant hunting every day. Check DOC ID good move. He wouldn't tell you that he was saying that Bacon. <hes> that's right. That's right you definitely wrought the given that the art that actually the only aspect of I am legend the scene. I felt genuine. suspenseful within doc gets lost in that building and you try and evening. Go get the dog APP. Get the dog at the dog gap. The dog is actually the mine character really in some respects of this volume legend. It's that lackluster prepare for Hollywood. Try Business. You want to get aw affected put it would have been silenced Beta without Schwarzenegger on a huge Harley Davidson tooling ramp. Oh yeah fantastic the thing that I really appreciate it about. I am legend two thousand seven was just the amazing amazing job that Emma Thompson one of the most amazing actresses of our time that she just gives such terrific performance for all of about ten seconds and then we never see her again. She's doc decrypt and so she's the one who fuck the world and then it's up to the to the man to on fuck the world and come up with the serum which again I find a little troubling in this movie. The play has been caused by Emma Thompson. The Doctors One Q. Isn't this technophobia phobia again so yeah the less about I am legend two thousand seven. I think the better I'm just trying. I'm struggling. I'm looking at my half a page of notes on it so I just can't really dredge up anything off. Feel like I feel like let's say in a would where they're looking at the review of the film the costumes yes the costumes were very realistic yet. You can't say that much about the C._G.. Oh my God that's right. That's as soon as we see those Shitty C._G.. Dear Oh my God that was just nasty and it's like okay. Are you trying to prepare us for the bad C._G.. Of the vampires later on because they look absolutely terrible. They are some of the worst C._G.. Creatures I've seen in a long time doing my Edward <unk> hit. It's nowhere near as bad as the Seiji at the end of Indiana Johnson the crystal Scowl but whatever that last one was goal that was I mean I haven't seen a ton of films with that original incarnation of Sage A._G._I.. Or whatever it was but that was for me the shittiest thing I think I've ever seen all brought you by the same guy who brought you fucking Jurassic Park Ninety seven. I mean what the fuck man the. How can you go from one to a sorry? I'm going to get off if that's affects one other thing I think that possibly with the mentioning about this orchestrated talking before in the from about the religious iconography and I thought I'll hang on his religious iconography in the previous visions of film. I guess we have to include a little bit of <unk>. This is another film about science. This is faith and he's he's like a date man but what happens the light shines almost like Jake sing a lot in the blues brothers either the giants ranch and rescued by Anna and she has his crossed dangling in Becca and I mean. I don't think that I make a big thing. He doesn't die in a cross like pose like chuck in Vincent <hes> but it seems to me it was something that they just had to take off a checklist all year. We better employees buildings in the other films. I think the funniest thing for me was just how how they wanted to go for are like the elbow nudge kind of thing when Smith is walking around New York City in the background on one of the Marquees because he's in Times Square is a big poster for Batman Versus Superman which at the time that this was made seemed seemed like it was never going to happen and at one point Akiva Goldman that was his project like he rewrote that script for one of the last incarnations again a terrible rewrite that he ends up doing. That's why I don't trust Akiva Goldsman Holtzman is that he seems like whenever he comes in and does one of the final rewrites on a project it ends up shitty but even his shitty rewrite of this in two thousand five was better than what we ended up within two thousand seven so again. I don't know if this is the director Victor. If this is another producer thing what's going on but why was this movie so bad. It's an interesting insight into Hollywood. Though I mean what what would not have the inside but I mean I'm asking about an inside into Hollywood. The inertia I put that pushes these films on a film it's clearly not not really speaking to as you SI- could've been speaking to that hall tribe about you know unleashed Kentucky regions in the nineties that happened but it's not it's not fading into any sort of political greater political commentary like in its own Ham fisted why the Omega Man is a suspect twenty sort of things of the Cold War. The over religion like the last man on earth is it's you too terrible scripted to terrible film. It doesn't really work at Wieden. Someone just one in someone's I wo- stop stop now. Come on we can pull back on this. We have to do this but what does the machine just get going and adjust basically has to keep getting by eight or is someone pushing it all was it a bet was a passion project on the part of Will Smith. What's what's behind? What's what what is Cole time on this and that should have pulled the plug? The patient is dead doctor. I'm convinced that at some some stage someone with a better sense of what would have made a good script and realizing that this wasn't is GonNa pitch it to H._B._O.. Water netflixing. It's GonNa be a night pot many series or something like that which I think hey if done right would actually really well. I think it's a story that lends itself to multiple pots and phase if doing it in that white remind even be able to full the luxury of episode to bringing it back to the book where Robert Neville is going through these experiments to work at what's the science behind what makes these vampires take so yeah if anyone out the listening to the shy that saying I was just thinking about pitching this to net flicks do it or the other pitching the nineteen seventy-one version in which case season two could be about Lisa doctrine the kids and what do they afterwards in. I Buy Go-to the country so I didn is bizarre. Azzawi Hillbilly Clan of in Albania mutants isn't that the hills of us hi this rots itself anyone out there listening where available to write your script foyer all hi we're GonNa take another break and play an interview with the screenwriter for I am legend the original Screenwriter Fayoum legend Mr Marc Productivity which I am very curious how you decided to get into the screen in writing business. When I was young the first thing I thought I would do as a career was begin after and I'm I'm talking about from when I was maybe about ten years old in that lasted lasted all the way up until maybe I was about fifteen or so and I really loved theater and I really loved acting and and I was told actually I was pretty good at it but the idea <hes> of auditioning live in front of people for the rest of my life was not very appealing and also I was always drawing? I was oh I was always an artist and so the next thing sort of when I was a teenager the next thing I thought I would do would be an illustrator <hes> or comic book artist and that was really my focus <hes> through most of high school. That's what I I thought I was going to do and I thought I would go to an art school. Try to have a job in commercial art specific. I was a huge comic book and Science Fiction Fantasy Fan and so you know that was going to be the type of work that I wanted to. What do you know honesty? I think my skill set wasn't where it probably needed to be. I didn't pursue that path I if I if I probably went to art school I might have hone those bills and probe might might've gotten there but in my was my junior year of high school my high school offered one film studies class. It was film analysis. You know the teacher would show US films and talk about films and the other other part of it was he offered the opportunity to make films and so I started making super eight movies and in in Heiss when I was when I was about sixteen seventeen and I loved loved it it was it was just really something that <hes> I gravitated towards and found very fulfilling so film became my folks and I was always a movie Fan. I I was obsessed with movies and and and you know would watch stuff on T._v.. and Go to the movies as much as possible to see in theaters. I was seeing everything I could and I loved the whole movie experience so it was during that time I thought film might be something I would want. I want to pursue and so I went to film school. I went to Columbia College in Chicago and studied film after graduating high school and in film school I realized what I was most attracted to was screenwriting. You know I I did make short films but and I did enjoy directing especially working with actors but I wasn't. I wasn't an obsessive shooter. I mean ah I knew a lot of I knew a lot of people in in in film school who later went on to be cinematographers and other people who were editor but but they were they were doing that they wanted to do that. I really loved the writing process and the thing is I had always been a writer. I realized that that was the other thing that ever since I was fourth grade and I was obsessed with vampires and carried around a little spiral notebook writing my own vampire stories so the the writing aspect aspect was always with me and I wrote for my high school newspaper so I was always writing so but when I was in film school it was you know it was it was very clear to me that that was the one area of the film making process that I was most attracted to and that's what I and I was good at it. <hes> I in terms of teacher feedback from my teachers. The other thing that I was I was I was actually good at was <hes> I focused a lot also on film history and criticism and I really I was obsessed with watching movies and foreign films and Classic Films Silent Films and so and I even at one point when I graduated film school I thought about getting a <hes> a master's degree in film history or film in film studies and perhaps probably writing books about movies or teaching type thing. I did teach for awhile after college taught some basic film production courses is at a certain point after four years of being in Chicago or four years after four years after college and trying to pursue a career sort of in the local film industry. I realized what I needed to do was moved to L._A.. And so that's what I did so what you said you move to L._A.. Yeah it was twenty five years old and I was born in nineteen sixty one so that makes it nineteen eighty six which is when he got out there. I went <music> out with the intention of becoming screenwriter that was my goal <hes> and I had written I had spent about a year or six months in Chicago six six months or so in Chicago working on a <music> script that I thought could <hes> be my calling card. I was was written something that I thought Oh this. Is You know this is <hes>. This is a good script. This is very it's you know I thought it was commercial. At the time time was very influenced by I would. I would call it a a very Sam Peckinpah inspired script sort of more now to western but more of a modern probably more akin to something like bring me the head of Alfredo Garcia or oil so there's a movie I love Cold Rolling Thunder. It was similar to that so it was sort of in that kind of genre <hes> and this was at a time where those movies still had a possibility of being made <hes> and so I you know I so I had broken up with the girlfriend that I was living with in Chicago and sold almost everything I had so most of my comic book collection and drove out to L._A.. In my beat he to crap Ford escort with about five thousand dollars in my pocket drove to L._A.. And had a place to stay with a couple of friends. A friend of mine who <hes> was an editor and actually who has proven to have quite a career in his name's aims Peter Tushar but Peter was good friend of mine from Chicago and he and his wife Gloria put me up and I was supposed to stay at their place probably for a couple of weeks and I think I ended up staying about about three months. They were very kind to me until I could get my you now feed on the ground because I didn't. I didn't have a job lined up. I didn't have any prospects really I just sort of thought I would you know go out and and and and not not established myself as a writer. I didn't have that that much. I didn't have that much money or that kind of thing. I didn't WANNA I didn't WANNA take job. You know doing something else you know like working as a way like actors who work as waiters or whatever I didn't WanNa do that and then spend time writing I wanted. I wanted some type of job in needed some type of job. I couldn't afford <hes> couldn't afford to otherwise so I just started. I signed up with a temp agency and would do you you know office jobs here and there I could type fairly well not great but it would at least get me in the door <hes> and so I did a started doing a lot of office jobs and I sent out a lot of resumes and answering ads <hes> in the Hollywood reporter and variety and sort of my first real inroad came I answered in Ad in one of the trade was either variety or the Hollywood reporter for a job as a receptionist receptionist at our production company and at the time it was a production company owned by Michael Douglas and Michael Phillips The actor Michael Douglas and producer Michael Phillips who produced taxi driver in this thing and they had their own production company and he ended up getting the receptionist job. The people at that office were terrific and one thing that I've found when I moved to L._A.. was his that people. Were really supportive if you're really passionate about what you're doing and you're eager to prove. Yourself and you want to do things I really find people want to help you and or at least that was by experience and so they were great and they had their they had an in house reader a story analyst and she would give me a lot of her <hes> extra work or they they would give me the extra because I because I thought that was a good job for me. That would be the perfect job for me. <hes> you know it would be a reader. Would it'd be a you know the the story analyst and so I started doing that on the side at the comfort the production company aside from you know writing letters and answering the phones and all that kind of stuff and I got good at it so I I thought I had a really nice secure groundfloor position in the industry and then that Michael Douglas Michael Phillips decided and their partnership and we're GonNa go their separate ways and dissolve the company but the people who I worked for for the development executives there they were very supportive of me and they helped they kept their ears open for other jobs. I might have and I ended up getting a job after that with Scott Rooting the producer Scott Rudin the first year he was a producer he had been in executive at Fox and was president of production at Fox I remember correctly and with starting out on his own as a producer and and I got an interview with Scott and showed him some of my story work in terms of you right coverage as a reader you know you do a log into a short synopsis of the piece of the script or the book and then you write a longer description and so I showed Scott Alive that stuff and I had a meeting with him and I ended up working for Scott for over a year that first year he was a producer and I would say that I learned more you're about screenwriting and the film industry and how movies actually get made and what a script needs to achieve. I learned more in that I in that one year with Scott than in four years of film school to remember number any of the people that you're back then anybody that went onto bigger and better things I remember vividly. There were three writers that I remember reading that time where I read their scripts and I I was like Oh my God. This is screen writing. This is real. This is what it's all about and it was Scott Frank Eric Raw and Steve's alien and their three of the best working writers right now and have been for many decades and there's a reason why for that I actually remember feeling in. I haven't read it in a long time and there've been other scripts but I remember reading. Steve's alien unscripted original script for the movie awakenings. I think it's a very flawed film and is problematic. I especially feel that way because I read his script and it really is just one of the greatest scripts I've ever read. Maybe the best script I've ever read and I think you can find it online unfortunately one of many occasions in my experience where not only in stuff that I've seen her work of my own where at least one version of the actual will script like whether it's the first drafter or different draft or somewhere along the line that the script is so much better than the movie which is the frustrating thing of any screenwriter I feel the hardest thing so while you're working with the michaels ankles and then working with Scott. Are you also writing your own stuff at the same time yeah yeah exactly <hes> that was I was whatever job I had. I actually were eventually you know I was offered creative executive -secutive Joe. I was offered jobs in development. I had those jobs for about Oh. I must have done that. Kinda work for about seven years and and I was I was good at it I was I was I was what what was known as a story guy you know I I would be I would work with the writers and I would you know look for original material and I would do story notes and <hes> things like that and so I did that yeah. You probably about seven eight years but I was always writing I I I wrote. I wrote one script every year in all of that time no matter what kind of job I had I mean in some of those jobs were very demanding in terms of your time but this is I would get up up in our earlier every day than I had to write for an hour before I had to go to my job little by little I would get a scripted. We'd take would take me longer because I was only writing a little bit at a time but eventually I had a eventually really I had scripts and even the first grip that I came out to L._A.. With there were some nibbles of interest in that and then over the years there were interested in other scripts. I written even I was working at a Ryan at the time at one time and as I was the director of development there <hes> this was during the time of like when dances with wolves and silence of the lambs came out so it was it was a really wonderful place to be and it really great group of people and then ultimately went bankrupt but it was it was really good time in and while it was there I had I had written a script and everybody at Orion. Even the the president of productive Mark Platt now very successful producer of course everybody was supportive in you know they would try to get my script. The agents or the producers and there were always little nibbles but it's a it's a long process. I mean I wrote probably eight to ten scripts feature scripts over those years before I finally sold my first one and got an agent which one was set. That was the cell and that became my calling card. Whenever there's a sale people will wanna read the scripts of producers Studio uh-huh executives the WanNa read it as a writing samples so my agent sent out my script for this so as my writing sample and then what happens is people want if they like it if executives are producers loosers respond to the material or like you're writing they wanna sit down and meet with you and offer you projects and I had written one project for 'em G._M.? <hes> and then I'd written the project for Fox two thousand which company at the time and then I got a call to meet with Lorenzo Thuban Aventura at Warner Brothers <hes> Lorenzo Lorenzo. That time was a V._p.. About become the president of the studio and later of course would become a producer so I went into a meeting at Warner Brothers with Lorenzo and he said I want to talk to you about three projects projects. The first is I am legend and I said we don't have to talk about the other two. I was flabbergasted because I was a huge fan of the Matheson Book my introduction introduction to the material though was the Omega man which I saw in a drive in theater in Springfield Illinois when when it was first released later on on when I was in film school and and immersing myself more I think it was I think it was influenced. When I was in college? I read the Matheson Book and then track down the Vincent Price Film. I knew the material cereal and I knew mathison and love and so when the Renzo said that they were thinking of doing a new version of the Omega man or you know calling it I am legend using utilizing stuff from the book due to <hes> would they didn't know really what they wanted. They just wanted to do they wanted to do. I am legend and I was just flabbergasted. I mean it's like it was like you know at the beginning of my career and you're being offered dream project essentially that night I went home and rode out like in a fever dream road out like a twelve page treatment of what I thought the movie could be and and then went back to warner brothers and a couple of days and met with Lorenzo and producer of the project that time Neil merits and pitch to them my whole take on the movie and I got the job there are certain times that are wonderful for any creative person when the whole thing just kind of comes to you where you it's not work. Re It's just you the ideas are just flowing informing and I always the best prog. The Best Grips I've ever written is is went are when the movie exists in my head. It's like somehow the entire film from beginning and exists in my ahead and when I'm writing all I'm really doing is describing what I'm seeing in my head and it just flows. It's just so easy going and I am legend was one of one of those and so I wrote that first draft left in nineteen ninety six the first draft that is C. is November six nineteen ninety six yeah that was it so I wrote the first draft of I am legend in ninety six. That script script really got a lot of attention and really became my calling card more than the cell. I remember my agent at the time telling me mark every year. There's one script that every executive agent in producer in the business reads and that year it was I am legend so that really solidified made me as a as a writer in the eyes of the industry and in some ways within the industry. It's probably the script that I'm best known for my first grip I will and that's that's script available online and I'll have people like I'll be at the airport and getting a rental car and I'll have some guy say to me your productivity. I read your I am legend your first year original script. That's a great script so it's it's got that it has a bit of a cult following that very first draft and I still love that draft. I'm I'm really proud of that draft and it opened a lot of doors for me because you know one thing that happens happens is if you you know it's one thing to sell a SPEC script. It's another thing to do well on an assignment and it's sort of like the industry is kind of testing us to how you can do <hes> if we give you if we give you a project object if we give you an opportunity if you show them that you can write something really good based on something they're giving you. That's just what they're looking for. You know I've I've often thought that really there are writers. screenwriters can take really one of two paths all they're very more variations now but at least at that time either you were going to try to do do your own material you were going to just ripe original material real neither do it independently or just right original specs that type of thing and sell those and be when there was a SPEC market but so you would write originals or which you could always right originally but some people would choose to do just one or you would put yourself out. There is sort of a writer for not as a sort of but as a writer for higher where you're going to the various studios or production companies and saying you know. I'd like to know what you're thinking of doing or if you have a pitch you can go and Pitch Fitch ideas to them but you're working within the system. I've always compared screenwriting to in a lot of ways. It's similar to being an architect. You know you can design your own buildings but you need a system in place and financing and backers to build that building or build that house and some oh so most of the time you're we're doing work for higher. You're bringing your personality and your style to it but you have to work with people you. You're you have to work with the client you know that has its own challenges and its own and <hes> ups and downs and can be great thing or can be very you know can be problematic thing but I am legend was was the script that sort of allowed me to have a career that is still going on today. Lose your client line on that. Is that bonaventure it's warner brothers so the client in that regard is warner brothers and the executives would change over the years on on it too because the the the other thing that's interesting about I am legend is Donovan began working on that in ninety six and my last draft that I worked on for Warner Brothers was two thousand three so I was involved with that project at four or five different times over a period of eight years when it first sold within a few months they put Arnold Schwarzenegger on it. Arnold Schwarzenegger was going to star and this was coming on the heels. I think of I you know I'm he was at the top of the game right then so it was a big thing and then release Scott was going to be the director so it was going to be Eh Ridley Scott and Arnold Schwarzenegger and they hired a production designer Arthur Max who's worked with Ridley for years was working on it. I saw his story boards and he's not a storyboards but a lot of his sketches catches introductory sketches and they were doing location scouting and in the move it was going to get made and then Warner Brothers had a couple of big fat. A couple of big films really underperform one of which was the postman <hes> I if I remember there was something else and so they suddenly were being very budget-conscious and release budget for I am legend was incredibly high and so there were big problems there and the movie fell apart over the course of the next eight years of various directors came in and and it was always active it was always something people talked about and then in two thousand three will Smith said that he wanted to do it and so I met with him and worked with him on retooling the script incorporating a lot of his ideas about the character and that sort of thing and Michael Bay was going to be the director everything was preceding forward and then we'll and Michael had a bit of a falling out or there was some something going on with them and then twenty eight days later came out around the same time and and everyone warned others like oh we can't go forward with ours right now because this movies out there and getting a lot of attention and it'd be way too similar so they decide to wait and then it wasn't until years later that Francis Lawrence came on and we'll went back to it and that's the movie that got made but the other the other factor in there was the Akiva Goldsman was one of the purdue Akiva Goldsman was one of the producers as well. Hello and AKIVA wanted to do a rewrite and so after being you know involved with this project for eight years when it finally goes to being made I'm off it. That type of thing happens all all the time and it's very frustrating and I remember getting phone call from the executive at Warner Brothers saying Oh you know I am legends finally going to get made it's been almost green-lit or we wanNA really move forward. Everyone's excited about it wheels on board Francis Orange and you know will Smith's production company and keep us production company are going to be the ones who actually do do the producing but Akitas got all these great ideas he is about how to rethink the script and they pitched to me what he's thinking and I don't agree with any of it but they were saying to me. We want you to do it. We want you to be the writer but we want you to incorporate these new ideas and I I just didn't respond to the material at all and I can. We talk about this and the next thing I know I get a call and I'm saying Oh. AKIVA wants to do the rewrite himself. That's how it precedes and that hat draft of the script was what I was told it was going to be it changed the whole concept of the movie. It was all the infected people all the infected creatures were on the island of Manhattan. It wasn't widespread it wasn't worldwide. They're all on the island of Manhattan and all the bridges and access to Manhattan have been destroyed and will smith the only actual healthy human on Manhattan. He's there because his wife and daughter are there. They are and he's working to find a cure there but the rest of the country's fine and the threat is that these creatures might get off the island. It just didn't make sense to me it just I it was because also it just took away the whole last men on earth concept and I I was when the movie went into production. I was one hundred percent convinced that that was the script that they were going to shoot was akitas rewrite where he reconsidered the whole thing and I go. I'm not going to have any credit on this movie at all and it wasn't until the movie was well into production that I get the shooting draft and it's essentially the draft that I worked on with will in two thousand three. They went back to that. They realized at some point that that script wasn't working and so they went back and then Akiva essentially rewrote chunks of my of my script from the two thousand three draft way where you know maintain the same basic formula <hes> all the I when I look at the movie now I would say that the I feel like the first two thirds are very much my movie. That's you know his relationship with the dog. Everything the way the creatures are at all that but the final third of the movie when the boy and the woman show up is very different. That's where it becomes much more Akiba's movie or or that script you know. Some of the dynamics are the same especially the the final attack by the creatures on his house but that's that's where it sort of became markedly different. It was very different like the the girl Oh was a much darker character. The whole the boy was very damaged and it was it was it was a much more it was a darker more complex story and the whole there were revelations about the creatures and so any so the I'm very happy. I'm proud of the movie I'm happy with the movie success I met so many people who love it but it's not entirely the movie movie that I envisioned but it's very rare for a screenwriter to be able to say that because it's in the process especially when you're dealing with these huge sums of money and lots of personalities involved the changes are going to be made where does channel Logan fit into the story when Ridley came on board he brought on John Logan because they had just worked on a project together and John Logan <hes> wrote a draft. I was so I was off. I'd worked. I've been with the project for a long time. Everybody signs on my script and then I'm essentially told so long and Ridley brought on John Logan and I've read the John Logan draft. It's very interesting and and I it's an interesting but it's it was very different and <hes> then what I had done. Proposed and Warner Brothers did not approve the the John Logan draft and pretty much insisted that I come back on and so I I worked with Ridley then on the draft on the draft that then was going in the production with him. I've met Ridley since he he was. There was actually one one moment where he was thinking of coming back on years later. We met and had a wonderful kind of re meeting but it wasn't it wasn't the <hes> I mean you know. The studio was saying we want you to work with mark and he you know I don't know you know we got along fine. Did a lot of I worked really hard with him. I was in his offices all the time and we were hammering out the script but it was sort of an arranged marriage I've read your ninety six and then <hes> in March of ninety seven draft and Logan draft. I haven't ever seen the two thousand three some curious. What was that like working with will Smith and two thousand three trying to get this going? Even though I'm really fond of that original draft I actually think the two thousand three will smith draft was maybe the best draft of the script so there were there were some really interesting ideas in that one in that two thousand three draft when the girl and the boy show up up whenever meets them he rescues the girl he rescues them or they meet and he takes the girl he gets the girl to safety but the little boy is taken by the creatures and so he then takes the woman back to his home his you know fortress home and tends to her. She's addicted to drugs. She's got a lot of problems psychologically and Dan so they're kind of developing relationship but both are under the assumption that the boy has been killed because he was taken by the creatures Neville is very much about staying safe. He's all about staying in his house being protected not taking any risks choosing the safe path and she starts to challenge him on that bringing up the idea these stories that she's heard about. They're being other survivors somewhere. You know we need to go out and maybe try to find them and he's like no. No no no no. I'm safe here. We are safe here. We should stay here if this was another thing. Actually that was in the in the book and in the Omega Man is the creatures torment novel. They knew he was in there. They knew you know it was there. Were there was a lot of they were they were trying to mess with his head or lure him out that type of thing so that was going on but what they see at a certain point and that the leader of the creatures holds up the boy it was her brother was her little brother in in that script and showing them that they have him and he's alive. The girl held she goes. We've we've gotta go find him. We've gotta go rescue him. We've gotta find their hive their their central. Where do they sleep? Where do they gather? They must have a central place somewhere so she's determined to go fun to go rescue you her brother and novels like No. It's a suicide and that's what they want us to do. We're we you know you've gotta just reckon. You've gotta just realize that you know the boys doomed and and if we go after him we're going to die and he won't let her leave it. Ah becomes a bit of a control thing and she drugs him knocks him out leaving him and and and opens up his facility and escape and leave and leaving him vulnerable so that the creatures attack he manages to Escape Neville managed to escape it as houses destroyed and he doesn't know where the girl in the boy are or where the in so where the creatures are I think he has figured out where their headquarters is. Leir her <hes> which was very creepy because it within an abandoned hospital always find like abandoned hospitals very creepy so he's at this point then in the story where what does he do you know does he go off and try to find a new home insecure himself somewhere else or does he go try to find the girl in the boy in the human thing to do to regain his humanity he goes and he goes to rescue them so he goes to the hospital where he knows the creatures are are and he goes in there and what he finds what he discovers in the basement of that hospital is that the creatures are breeding that they have offspring that there are children their their babies. It was a nod to the Matheson Book that there the next generation that there the next evolutionary form that things are going to move differently proceed differently and him seeing their children and mother's carrying for their children totally totally messes with nevels head like I've been killing these things and looking at them as monsters when they're just trying to survive and protect their offspring and so he has a final confrontation with the you know the the main antagonists the main creature ends up killing him and he managed to escape with the girl but he's the suggestion he's not gonNa keep hunting and killing doing the creatures. They're going to get away and try to see if there are other people out there and then that was how it and that was how it ended the sons remarkably different than what we ended up seeing onscreen. One of the things I was told was that the main man at Warner Brothers at the time eleanor and it was a very nice man very decent guy but he felt it was just too dark. I was told that he wasn't you know he'd pretty much said that he would not make that version of the movie and so I think that's what led Akiva to rethink the girl in the boy and the very ending and all of that so it's weird going through these different drafts feels. There's a couple different configurations that you can do. There's Court Mun as the antagonised or there's the more mindless antagonised or there's no antagonised or there's a the wife and daughter water characters or there's no wife daughter characters or there's the girl that comes in at the end. Maybe she's got a son. Maybe she's got a little brother and it feels like you just kind of moving these same pieces around on a chessboard like with any story there are numerous variations you know they're you know in the first draft the which was similar to in the book and in <hes> <hes> Omega Man they could talk they they did. They weren't mindless zombies. They weren't animals. They had sort of complex philosophy and then that worried the studio about whether they would whether that could be pulled off and should they be more of like <hes> never wanted to call them. ZOMBIES movies. I never called them. ZOMBIES and there were drafts there were drafts. Were there was much more about blood that they that the vampiric element of the Matheson book was that they'd blood did play a role. I did a number of drafts. Were that was that was as part of it or you. Refer to Sima sites you must have JANA which is a term which is a blood which is a blood term in my thinking was is that there was some probably some type of report done but somewhere along the line that got misinterpreted as misinterpreted misinterpreted as as what they were or somehow that's what they became called which I always thought was a pretty cool term but I ended up really coming around to the idea <hes> that they should be voiceless voiceless and that they should be much more primitive and kind of savage. I one of my a lot of my notes. I remember watching documentaries about hyenas in about Hyena behavior kind of modeled a lot of their action in the script gripped around how hyenas behave so that there was something kind of savage yet intelligent than clever about them. They weren't dumb that in in none of my drafts the were they demanded unwitted. They always had a certain cleverness to them like smart animals so that was that was that was always kind of interesting to me so from what I understand this relationship that you had fulfill Smith in two thousand threes also going to be leading you into two were hand old boy. That's a whole other story. I was sitting in my office. One day. When I got a call and it was from Will Smith assistant saying we'll wants to talk to you? Will you be available in fifteen minutes and I'm like sure and so we'll calls in about fifteen minutes and he says to me mark. I really loved working with you on. I am legend. I I want you to write my next project. I go of course what is it and he goes. It's a remake of old boy. Do you know old boy and boy. Did I know Oh boy <hes>. I love the old boy I was obsessed with old boy and will says I want you to write the re. I want you to right. We're going to do a remake. I want you to write it and I've advocated you to the director and you have to come out to L._A.. In a couple of days for all this to proceed and you need to meet the director and I go okay who and he goes Steven Spielberg and I pretty much was speechless at that point and will said Steven really wants to do it. He's really interested we he's watched the movie. We've talked about it. <hes> we've got lots of ideas and he wants to. He wants to meet you and so just a few days later. I was getting on a plane from Boston to L._A.. And Meeting Steven Spielberg and talking about Oh boy the first thing I did actually was bring him the a set of the original graphic novels. I thought that he might not be aware of them and so I wanted to share those with him and I don't know how many people are familiar with the graphic novels of old boy but there it's a very different story and the revelations in are very different from the film so I just thought it was an interesting adaptation and if we wanted to talk about maybe going in different directions maybe there might be something in the original source material so I brought that and he was very intrigued by that and we had a great conversation and I was hired. You know it was an incredible opportunity. You know I was in when I talked to. I met with even way three or four times. I think probably on on that project and we got along great. He loved on my ideas and he had told me that he whether will might be a little hesitant or whatever can stephen wanted to. He was determined not to do a light version of the story because stick with the incest to have it be intense and violent and he was like if we do a watered down version of this. We're GONNA get raked over the coals so we have we are as has be dr darkened twisted the original or if not more and I'm like sounds great and he's like i WanNa do this. My Son has my son loves the original movie and we've got to we've gotta do this with some integrity and we've got to do it with the same kind of intensity the and same kind of style and all this so he was you know Stephen and was on board to do probably the kind of movie that he he very rarely does and <hes> I was really excited about that and so I then spent about <hes> <hes> <hes> probably a month writing a very detailed very specific treatment was probably a thirty page treatment that was similar to my experience with I am legend where I really saw the movie where I really knew what I wanted to do and it all just became very clear to me and that I was really proud of that treatment and I became very connected with the material I was. I was like I really WanNa do this. Is this is going to be something. The day I turned in the treatment I found out that there had been a big falling out between Steven Spielberg and the other producers and the whole thing fell apart and Stephen wasn't GonNa do the movie and because Stephen Wasn't GonNa do the movie will wasn't GonNa do the movie you know is great a day as it was getting the call from Will Smith. That was one of my worst days. He's one of my worst professional days was finding out that that was all gonNa fall apart but I got a call from the producers saying look. We Love Your treatment. We'd love you to stay involved in this but we're we're going to do. This isn't an essentially as an independent movie with a lower budget and do it down and dirty. We'd love for you to stay involved but you know we can't pay you what you normally get paid and but by all this in but the thing is is that I had become so attached to that treatment I'd become so attached to the material and I said Okay I'll do that. I'll do it if I can be a CO producer and be involved in the movie and if you like my first draft the script I stay involved in and I become a participant in the making the movie and that's ultimately what happened and it was funny because I'm really proud of that script. I I really really. I really think it's one of the best things I've done and I've had other people say that to me. The old boy scripted I did and we got a lot of there was a lot of interest from people I heard all sorts of stories about people who were interested but many of them didn't WanNa do it because of being compared to the original and that was that was a big problem but the the one that I know was absolutely concrete was David. David fincher wanted to do it and he didn't have concerns about that but he wanted to do it. But what are you sent what he told what he said to the producers was if you if I do this movie I see you now and then I see you at the screening he wanted compete wanted complete control. At least that's what I was told but he he did not want any interference from the producers you WanNa do it and they wouldn't give him that so he left and so then we tried to get so then we went out to various people hello again like I said a lot of we got a lot of good feedback about the script but people were just afraid about the comparisons to the remake until spike came along and spike was at a point in his career we had just signed with a new agency and he wanted to prove that he could be a director for higher. He wanted to show people that you could do something different not what was normally expected of him. That's how that came about and then just bro and came on and and you know Josh it's really wanted to do it and Josh and spike in met and everything went forward from that and it's a frustrating movie for me. I actually haven't watched it since it came out because again. That's one of the frustrations about being a screenwriter is that you have a certain vision of the movie in your head when we write the scripts and that vision is always there and then when the director comes on board he history he or she has their vision and I worked during the production of the so I was onset I worked with spike spike and I got along fine spike had in the producers had a contentious relationship relationship so it wasn't it wasn't the easiest go of it. There's a lot about the movie I love. Josh is great in it. I think it's one of his best performances. I like so much of what spike doc did. There's also other stuff. That was frustrating for me because I it's. It's not what I envision and ultimately. I don't know if the movie entirely works because I don't know if this if spike doing this kind of thing is what he's best at I think he does thrive in doing things like black clansmen or do the right thing and and and that's where he's really committed and passionate and and he's very skilled filmmaker but I don't know if he was the right director for the movie. I don't know who that right. Director was part of the problem was is that people were just a lot of fans of the original film were just opposed the idea of a remake period there was just such a such a negative perspective. We were doing press for the movie every so many people that I talked to were just like convinced me that this is a good idea and that's a bad place to come from. What I've come to believe about myself in about that project is if I had gotten a call in someone asked me a producer ask me? Are you interested in writing the remake of old boy. I would've said no but that's not the call I got. The call I got was how about writing remake of old boy starring Will Smith directed by Steven Spielberg. I'M NOT GONNA turn Matt Down But when they left the head space I was in was I was so attached the project I was just so attached to what I had done creatively with it so far that I wanted to see it through I will thank you so much for your time really appreciate hit. This have a good night. <music> are we are back away talking about the mega man and last man on earth earth and I am legend and I have to say guys I was over here laughing quite a bit when you were bringing up the idea of a Netflix series because sneak peek into next week when we talk about annihilation my co-host on that were saying Oh this will work really well if we did the whole southern reach reach trilogy as a Netflix series so there's something in the air right now. It's like you gotTA failing movie turn into a Netflix Netflix project. How long is bubble lost and who hated even has time to watch all this stuff? Yeah I know I don't I keep hearing about Great T._V.. Shows that I just have no time to watch our confess. It's been a long time since I've watch any sort of multi pot T._v.. Show my wife is always saying hey you know try watching this watching that still my hips still in they all dies of episodic Tevita yet. Let's have a half eras Wayne. I feel like it went up governor time otherwise not. It's movies all the way baby yeah. It was Kinda weird with this C._B._S.. Alexis thing thing how they're just releasing one episode a week of stuff even stuff. That's cancelled like swamp thing. It's like why not just dump it all right now. Guys come on but no it's every week so I kind of like that and I kind of like this whole idea like watching star trek discovery and having having one episode each week I was like okay yeah. You're keeping me a suspense. I am very curious. What's going to happen next so it can still happen guys? You can still do a week to TV series. It's okay deferred. Gratification is now retro that so early twenty-first-century the century so I wanNA thank you guys were coming on the show and I'm very curious Morris. What's the latest with you sir well by the time this episode drops? We should have couple of new episodes or one episode of the love that album I'll be talking with a wonderful film blog at Kerry Gatley Krista about the nineteen seventy album from todd rundgren something anything so a lot of wonderful <unk> I'm hooking and <hes> of just finished initiative that will release later on in a month native you that I did with <hes> directed Jillian Armstrong at her nineteen ninety-two film stash track and I also had a discussion with them <hes> local the film script writer T._V.. Show script Rod Mr Paul Ryan Not that Paul Ryan <unk>. We had the interesting things to say about staff. Strachan settlers absolutely marvelous heading a Jillian on the show so in she was she's very very affectionate very fond of that. I think she's still calls it a diving. She's done a ton of stuff in everyone seems to run into basically for my brilliant career but I think it staff struck really <unk> sort of a lot of things in terms of visual aspects of Australian cinemas over the next ten fifteen years so andrew. What's keeping you busy? They stays <hes>. My privacy type in hill is my p._H._d.. Actually which is almost finished but I've also baying on. I've got a new sort of pulp history book that I've Co edited. It's cold sticking it to the man <hes> revolution in counterculture in pulp unpopular fishing in nineteen fifty two nine hundred eighty which I've covered with my friend in McIntyre and which is out via Oakland based pay him press probably Tiber and in which we talk okay pass the fiction of the fifties sixties and seventies related to Revolution Back Power Vietnam the women all kinds of Oh cons of wonderful auditees you can read all kinds of things about the related into what we've been talking about in on in the Omega man well. Thank you so much guys who began the show. Thanks everybody for listening. 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The Pussy Centipede #40: Sneakers And Stockings (Featuring Special Guest John Lydon of Public Image Limited)!

The Pussy Centipede

08:51 min | 2 years ago

The Pussy Centipede #40: Sneakers And Stockings (Featuring Special Guest John Lydon of Public Image Limited)!

"It's pussy time in America. The time has come for another episode of the pussy centipede. Can you dig it, man? Can you dig it? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Now, the pussies. Now. What? Is fun line. I'm back with the new episode of the pussy centipede. In the last episode scorpions in junior and Dr kitties were sent on emission to go to Wendy's to save Michael Jackson and Vincent Price in order to secure a pardon from prison. Now, they're on their way in a two thousand eleven dodge challenger. Let's join them on the road. What? Slow down. Yeah. Said scorpions junior. You're driving fast. Yeah. Fec is. This is eight of course, the driving. Fast. How whatever how can I put it on a cassette player? You can do that. Stop saying. Yeah. Yeah. Now, I'm making my own thing. Start saying be like what's up the fine yell? I don't care you out your fucking Wigger. I can't be a wicker. I'm not white. I'm a cat now. Whatever. Yeah. You're a weather yell Faqih. Ma. And then Dr kitties. Put a tape of the singer Steve Jones singing mercy from his album mercy. The move loved. Where is the most the and the? Where is the mercy? Yeah. This music KAO said scorpion. Since junior Motte. Ha ha. No, it's not. Steve jabs from the Sex Pistols, and Gary how does music mad foul. Yeah. What ha- and I forgot we have a special guest today. Johnny rotten, John Lydon of the Sex, Pistols and public image LTd. Why? Why? Onta- Kant on mall. Country cut a oh as my Tony rachi and has it killing. Do you want to hand it my rendition of albatross from PL second album? What ha ha, of course, Johnny rotten. Go ahead with it. Good read of the Alba trou- so wing the seeds of discount, raw I on cast. Let's get back to the story. You know, are we there yet? How far aways the Wendy's. Did GPS says that were thirty minutes way p. All right. Yeah. And I know sudden a Mustang full of Mexican chaps pulled up beside the challenge her and the Mexicans roll down the window. There's thirty inside. And they were like say fuck you and your challenge that's a faggot. Call essay. You should raise us. Now. You know, we've got something to do. Oh, fuck that shit. Fuck these specs I'm going to raise them. Yeah. I tell you not to say, yo, yo Ma and then and then doctor of kitties slammed down on the challenges accelerator down one hundred percent and started to go two million miles per hour. But then he swept over and crashed into the Moja the Mexicans. I you're talking like me now Bunyala, it's I Johnny rotted. Aw, God count on Yama nal. But ross. Shut up Johnny rotten fucked. You I'm going to kill you with my vampire bunny teeth. Cont. You're talking my blowed out of my Dag you fucking go home. Ow. Don't call me a home Omaha. Dick, budgets, tastes the best. And then there was a bad craft. And then there was a other sound like. I don't even know that was and then and then the car crash all Mexicans the Mustang died and Dr kitties like the challengers. Effecting asshole. I told you not to raise some acts agains. Now, how are we supposed to get Windies? You piece of shit. We're gonna have to walk now. I'm sorry. I'm sorry scarpie. It's junior. More fun. And the and then score Venus in junior and Dr kitties walked along the dark highway, and it started to get and it started to get stormy and rainy. It's scary. Dramatic and it was like. And they heard the Friday the thirteenth music. But no, they didn't hear it actually. So they were walking along the highway. What? And then scorpion said junior started to say some weird shit that totally creep Dr kitties out. Yeah. You know? It's like and. Yeah. I don't know like you ever watch like an as commercials now. How when they show women walking to work now. So like they're in their work clothes. Yeah. But since they're walking they keep their high heels in their Baggio. And then they're wearing like big Reebok sneakers over there stockings. I don't how I just find that hot. Yeah. I don't know that we heard. Of course, it's weird. It's totally fucking gay. What the funky Fain pervert? I can't believe I suck your scarpie and deck in jail Kam-yau. What? An scorpion singer walked on highway feeling ashamed of himself and blushing under scorpion. Shell because of the creepy weird as shitty said about sneakers. Stay tuned. Friends for the next creepy episode of the pussy Senate peed will scorpions junior and Dr kitties make it to Wendy's and time to save what Michael Jackson and Vincent Price. Will scorpions junior say some more creepy weird shit on the way, you'll have to tune in next time to find out. I'm Bundy LA member, keep it creepy. I guess or whatever.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:01:00 hr | 4 months ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Rock would be suspended during the withdrawal since oil monitors would not be on the ground run the exchange of iraqi oil for humanitarian supplies and It was on this date in two thousand eight. Paul mccartney's divorce from heather mills settled for forty eight point. Six million dollars passing away on this date. Saint patrick the patron saint of ireland. Also were the fred allen passing away on saint patrick's day nineteen fifty-six actress grace stafford actress. Helen hayes singer terry. Stafford don't like spiders and steaks and my girl. Bill funny songs also fashion designer oleg cassini and singer furlan husky. This is the birth date of singer. Ray ellington nat king cole astronaut. James irwin a from jefferson airplane. Paul cantor and john wayne gay. See the first african american game show host borne on this date in history. He's still with us as well and quite a fine singer. Adam weighed eighty six years old. 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All we offer you eight the for you from the four walls of today for a half hour of high adventure tonight with scape to a lonely lighthouse of the steaming jungle coast of french kiana and a nightmare world of terror and violence as we bring you again in response to hundreds of requests three skeleton key starring vincent price picture this place a gray tapering cylinder welded by iron rods and concrete to the key itself a bare black rock one hundred fifty feet long maybe forty wide. That's at low tide at high tide. Just the lighthouse rising one hundred ten feet straight up all about the churning water gray green scum dappled warmest soup and swarming with gigantic bat. Like devil fish great violet schools. A portuguese man of war and yes shocks. The big ones the fifteen foot race and as if this weren't there was a hot dank rotten smelling win that came at us day and night off the jungles swamps of the mainland. A win that smelled like death win that it smelled the slow and frightful death. That came one night. This bear black rock sept- in the base of the light was a watertight bronze door. And then you went up. Yes up and up. And around and round passed the tanks of oil in the coils of casts of wicks racks of lantern sacks of spots and cartons and cans and up and up and up round and rap over. The light storeroom. Was the food storeroom over. The food store room was the bunk room where the three of slept and over the bunk room was living and cooking roman over the living and cooking room was the light was a beauty big steel and bronze baby with us son blaming the glass walls all about bouncing blinding beams of the big shining reflectors glittering and refracting lenses the whole gigantic bulk of her balance like a ballerina on the glistening steel axle of a rotary mechanism. She was uh sweetheart of a light at night. she'd lie there on the stone deck of the gallery with her volving smoothly and quietly over your head easing her. Bright white is three hundred sixty degrees around the horizon. He had lied there watching to see the feeders kept working that everything ran right and it wouldn't be bad the other. Two fellows oregon. There's tax two levels down you'd smoke your pipe to kill the stink of the wind and it wouldn't be bad about those other two louis and auguste. What a pair. Louis he was headman was a big fellow from the best country. Blackbeard little hard black eyes and a pair of arms. That i tell you those arms whereas big around as my lakes yes had man he was and what were you let go was law silent fellow and although i spent my first two weeks trying to strike up a real conversation the most i could ever get out of him was john. I took up this profession. Because i don't like people. They want to talk too much. It's quiet work light tending. Let's keep it that way you you're getting as bad as august. I thought maybe wednesday send me somebody that was when he accused me of becoming like arduous. Died quieted down. Because august was that talking is man. I'd ever met talking and the ugliest he was hunchback stood four feet high. Had red hair big blue eyes. It seems he'd been an actor in paris. Deep played over two hundred different productions dear boy at groggy in your but it was monstrous. Horrible the way we used to scare the audience is i was aided. Yes yes they used to throw things and his and bare their teeth at grade finally got too bad. I couldn't stand it any longer. I gave up the theatre my nerves. You understand yes gave me up completely. i really. It all started one morning at two thirty. I was on watch lying on the coup stone bag pulling on my pipe staring out at the blackness of phosphorus in commerce and the big yellow stars when out of the corner of my eye noticed something show up for a second something the light at touched far off. I waited for it. Come around again. And when she did there at one three master a big about a half mile often coming down out of the north northwest coming straight forest. You must understand. Our light was where it was a very good reason. Dangerous submerged reefs around us and ships kept clear but this one is sailing. That's always coming straight on. I went over to the gallery door and yell couldn't understand. It waited for the light to come around again headed. I had the glasses out now. I couldn't read or name. But i could see here. Quite plainly all sales set of home creaming away under her her beautiful lines dutch ship. I guess why didn't she turned every time that has are light hitter with the glare of day shift north northwest. The light will touch her in a moment. Can't they see her. she just keeps coming on the square head. Watch north west. I know i know what an ear. What the document the flying dutchman. We did a play about all. What performance your westley gillian. Hagrid in custody must we're did. She's loving s sloppy way to come about she's derelict. That's a relic abandoned. The crew left and for some reason or other but instead of sinkings he's gone on running before every wins long with these reefs to break up beautiful ship. Why would men leave a beautiful ship like that. She didn't rambus although we all expected it but as we waited for the crash she left again caught some odd gusting went about. We watched her the rest of those black hours healing and rocking and pulled by every stray wind. Every free current watcher until the dawn came till the sea turn from black to a pearly grey and she came again heading. We all had our glasses trained on now august. You can kill light right. She doesn't look too good by daylight. Thinks he'll ground this time i say. Do you think she'll ground his time boss absolutely possible way. Take my glasses better than yours. All right what is it you focus. And then my breath froze in my throat. The decks were swarming with a dark brown carpet. That looked like a gigantic fungus but undulating and on the mass and yards. The guys all were hundreds of thousands. No i don't know an endless number of enormous iraq. Sh see them. I see now. We know why she's now we know you give me a look. Here's give him a glasses. Take a good look china box. Give you something to talk about. She's still heading for us is she's gonna tounge. You better turn soon. Suppose you doesn't mean supposed powers up on the key it's low tide is whereas all the conversation august Here once glasses again. What another look still coming on. Turn where do you turn. I pray you look on the walter like a copy swimming shirley swimming those as ships rich. But they're swimming for the rock saddam below. It's often come on facing down stairs in three and four times scared. You bet we were scared because you get the windows. Maybe they can climb. We don't know look see them. How oh yes i do. The other end of the rock look at the millions. They smell us. They come close. They made that was close. One guy look. They're kicking bigger and his eyes were wild and read his teeth long and sharp yellow. He went for us. All right below. Ravenous and we've fought import. That one rat all over the it was believe i do not exaggerate. It was like fighting pen. God if we'd better get a lot from seventy one years ago. Vincent price three skeleton key on escape. I'm wyatt cox. 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Senator mccarthy and the state department fired angry charges and countercharges yesterday in a running battle over mccarthy's allegations of reds in the department mccarthy also turned his guns on the us civil service loyalty review board accusing the board of more than a year's delay in reviewing the case of one of his alleged pro-communist suspects john e purify deputy undersecretary state opened the day's crossfire by charging mccarthy with reviving dead discredited disproven charges in his attacks on the department the wisconsin senator retorted the Was seeking the cover up and confuse the mccarthy saying it would be amusing it. The situation was not so fraught with danger. Winston churchill asserted last night. Britain's labour government withheld from parliament. Defense secrets with are certainly and obviously known to so we russia making it plain him referred to the adam and hydrogen bombs. The conservative leader demanded the secret session of the house of commons for a debate on the subject with no holds barred in reply. Prime minister attlee said. I don't think a secret session would be particularly valuable. Except we might avoid these electioneering speeches. He churchill starting his remarks last night with a number of cheap and nasty party points republican national chairman guide daybreak on yesterday defined the issue of the nineteen fifty campaign to regain. Gop control of the senate and house as liberty and socialism. He charged with a small but powerful group of persons who believed in socialism and have no concept of the foundation of american progress is dictating the administration's program for a planned economy. Senator kilgorde the democrat of west virginia through walkout a senate hearing after denouncing his that a government agency goats throw to kill go report on displaced persons. Before walking out he engaged in a shouting. Row with senator jenner. The republican of indiana who's heading a subcommittee hearing on displaced persons legislation bing crosby separated from his appendix monday singer. Ginny simms separated from her husband. Boat separations took place in santa monica california in douglasville georgia. Martha an greg's lost some time from school when she underwent polio treatment at warm springs georgia but rusty her german police dog taking up the slack for he'll receive a degree from douglasville highschool this spring for a year's faithful attendance and eighty years ago. Irwin s pierce's. Mother gave him a jar of blackberry. Jam well he opened the jam the other day and said it tasted fine. The ninety year old man said. I couldn't resist the temptation of any longer. Those some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of friday march seventeenth. One thousand nine hundred fifty on your radio escape. Three skeleton key which continues now on classic radio theatre ran up the winding staircase. We've passed tiny windows various levels and that everyone was pick wriggling screaming curtain of brown. I i try to beat each successive level. Suppose the way in a nightmare was confronted with the scoop. Mike was doomed. Brown did through the crawling mass but swarmed over the glass all about i could not see the sky. Nothing nothing but them read. Is that caused a leading. Harry snouts their teeth cleaned and howled and who themselves against the glass we three. We stood quietly in the center of the class. Job beautiful we. Can we go take these. Ill take it easy among don't do any good to spam hearing safe right and nobody wants to read from you. Got to calm about. His name is light this that much. Like wow them. I'll just demonstrate and go away away until to what not until they've been paid take just so much harder and then you get used to it. They were interesting to watch. No they couldn't understand the class. They could see us and they could rush. It is but that thin invisible barrier held them off. Stop from time to time. We caught a glimpse of the rocks below more rats down there. Swarming brown's velvet in the bright sunlight. And then the tide began to rise. Only it it drowns kip. Threats don't know said you cannot draw one of them. They're all climbing up. The tower around us is getting thicker. Saying what's the time sex. You've got john right. Wake me at ten will come along was getting one side of the room was lit a soft filtered red sunset through the rights a i set the wakes check my fuel and then lamps gigantic wriggling and web of pale hairless bellies twitching lead details bride is and i started the rotary motive. Mike drove mad. One slowly and smoothly vowed blinded them in this adding bar of light moving continually about of moving around and around and they twitching and shuddering is flaming when they were struck by the light light moving and the dark side of the room so close so close. I did not in my back with the cannot help pain in your back when you're in a roommate of flash and the tried i could not see them. Only there is housing a point blank red light flaky and swaythling dies up cow from seventy one years ago. Seventy nineteen on this wednesday classic radio. Hi this is dr wallich and want to tell you that arthritis is not agent. Thing is not a disease of aging neither is She approaches get a hold of my book. It's all in your head goes into the twenty-five different z. Get when you have osteoporosis. The skull these are all reversal. You take the healthy bone and joint packed. 'em vitamin d three. Stay away from all the bad foods including gluten. 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William bendix appears is a cabdriver taking bob to his first oscar ceremony as the host. That'll be on our thursday edition. But let's wrap up three skeleton key in episode of escape starring vincent price seventy one years ago march seventeenth nineteen fifty. Louis relieved me a ten. But i didn't get much sleep that night. When i came up into the gallery early next morning there stood august his back to me. He was bowing to the rats waving his arms and making us speak going to play once again that magnificent role which made me the toast of the thyatira. The genius of the media. I'm doug mckean. Who the guy the doc zone. The a shot into the nether five. Do not fight. And i've had very hard drunk but he didn't notice me. The man had gone mad parenting telling his stories all the rats leaving known one hour. I'll go eight come on the their patron after that he went on and scrapings is big blue eyes rolling and winking as wild red hair waving about him. I grabbed him by the arms. Then he's screwed up. We're about to cry. Go on weighing my audience later matinees today sure he was crazy. I guess we all were few hours. Later he came back up and brought louis and may teasing the rats. Yes it sounds horrible was we could get the right up against the phases at the. Throw them crazy. They would acts away trying to get it are is louie was even cuter about it. He full bred out of his pocket and president against the glass. The rats would scramble into us. Solid ball mighty. Each other clustering breaks from time to time. A whole lot of them would flipping a hundred and ten feet to the below. That sucks friends. Did get another budge abuses. I could go joined into all very ingenious goose. He learned that if he's ready golden south against the glass. They'd bunsen bundle against figure. Then leap fat. Mike in rats went on all day. Then i was lying in bed. It was about midnight. I was very tired. I was just beginning to fall off to sleep when i became conscious of a new sound. Couldn't figure it it. I got up lit the lamp and went to the window. Even as i looked at it. I saw one of the pains begin to sag in they eat more would away. Louis what what is it pound away held a glass with my hands. Now they were all going crazy and assured of the success of this maneuver. We're all nibbling away at the wood. Louis ran below and then returned with a large seat of tim. We spread it against the window and arid into place even as we did something shelves the heavy body cutting against the other side but window game play. That oughta hold for rats fake had what was it came from below swarming stars the traffic light in got any. Let's go after them and they came. I leave to one side and grab the marlin spike swung and smash one in mid air world. See the other. It had ripped his and open in. The blood was pouring all over the place. He held his hand. A lot of tiktok. A snarling rabbi step and got him. that's both of them louis. Get you something to tie that up. Look pleading don't worry. How louis here's kerchief around and it'll be okay a bad. Just the flip and advocate of another news sound. He will knowing their way through the what he do watch. The would. passengers began to give way and bristling twists three nose. So the way we go up tonight slammed the door there too. But i was with my blood. What are we gonna do not. It'd be through this moment the galilee dr gallery is mental. Come on mate across the trap door exhausted. Why below is the rats took over the entire tower. I hear them howling and fighting over our food supply our water. I leather all about us. The other screamed and glared at its swayed in a tangled mass hypnotized by the ever turning light by morning. The air in the little room was horrible. Until now we've been getting air from the tower below. Now that was sealed off. So as all i food and water exhausted panting waiting waiting. How is crawled. How is almost goes even from fatigue. When i too fast. I mean my would you. I'll hold the mic. And i can let you spending by the glass. In one hand. He held out. Wrench was tapping glass gently. Not quite far enough to break my lowly. I have to do is just the found coil of wire in the toolkit night. Trust him up fascinating twist in the center of the room. Louis was of no help. He lay on his side looking at his bloody hand weak and sick as a baby so there i was a lunatic enough power for company and all about watching our little drama the rats that they drag by supply boat wasn't due for another twelve days. I don't know what they could have done. If they add. Come we had only one way of summoning them and that was to shoot off distress rockets but the rockets were four floors below. Even if they'd been right there in the gallery. I couldn't have opened a window to fire them at night. I tended the light but it's flame was devouring our oxygen the following day we laze thirst. Toy minutes timing waiting waiting and following night again tended the light but this mall supply of spare waking. We kept in the gallery at become exhausted and quite suddenly about midnight. Like nothing i could do. Wicks restored three levels. Nothing i could do nothing from time to time. I'd strike a match to see the clock when i did. It lit up. The million red is about all what. Wait low grown quiet. Clean this house now. They too were waiting all white. Then the rats quite sadden silent. Then i heard then. I saw the sky the stars the rats were. I went to the glass out there on the water. A small free banana boat showing a few lights came softly and innocent. The light was out and he didn't know i wanted to open the windows to call out to them to warn them somehow but i was afraid. What if the rats were hiding from me. Taking me i wait. She grounded very softly on a wreath. Not two hundred yards from the key grounded so gently that the man playing the cornet was the passenger crewman off watch. Didn't even stop blaming. They tried washing her back off. I could have told them to save their fuel. The pied was rising. Would've bloated her free weight. That's all that's the story came up and there wasn't a rat on the whole key. Every last one of that terrible army left us gone back to see and their new ship. Auguste insane asylum. He never recovered. Louis took him into cayenne where he died of. Blood poisoning from his vice. That's the whole of it. If you'll excuse me now. I must set my traps. No no mouse traps. No rats in this lighthouse. I should say not. Life in the lights is bad. Sometimes when i see a strange vessel coaching i get a little nervous somewhere on the seas. There's a little banana boat without a crew. That is without a human crew. Escape is produced and directed by william. End robeson tonight. We presented three skeleton key by george to dues adapted for radio by james polin starring vincent price john supporting mr price. Where harry bartell us. August and jeff corey louis sound effects on three skeleton key created by cliff darkness and executed by mr snus. Gus bays and jack sixsmith have been awarded the best of the year by radio and television life magazine. Harry s men was at the control. Panel and special music was arranged and conducted by del. Castillo march seventeenth nineteen fifty escape. We are out of time for this edition of classic radio theater on your favorite station and the usa radio network ltd. Santa tour otis cooney said veto shopping. Gaza glenn loretta designer outlet. Who steadily tinny primavera static divan vice alleged designer outlet puto. He contacted for but ended up briefing. It'll crystal line lithium academy mike cousy bt nasty the cells possibility season. Nature's ready. are you spring into. 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The usa radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time back benny program. Look i set your money or your life. i've taking it all and molly satan one of these days. This is classic radio theater. The great gildersleeve. bob hope show transcribed direct from hollywood hollywood the george burns gracie allen show. Now here's your host. Why it cox for march seventeenth nineteen fifty ronald and benita colman as the halls of abidi. Gentlemen the joseph schlitz brewing company of milwaukee wisconsin presents the halls of ivy starring. Mr and mrs ronald colman. I was curious. I tasted it. Now i know why schlitz the beer that made milwaukee things like good beer. You'll find it pays to be curious and learn about slits for yourself to a. We can only welcome again to ivan ivy college. That is in the town of ivy. Usa was the windiest the windiest month. The air yet i. It's all so the day chosen by the members of ivy's board of governors for that quarterly. Meeting let those will make the most of this. Coincidence is president. Dr william todd hundred hall walking around noon but his wife. The former victoria cromwell the musical comedy stage. They round the corner of the library hall. Says who that heading this way. It's really a remarkable strategy. has it is. isn't it look. He's mocking brash. Bind sale wonder chorea. Igwe not a bit too hostile toward mr wellman. There's much to be said. In his failure he began life as a poor boy and pulled himself advise own bootstraps. He's now power and the canned soup business and chairman of our board of governors. You've got to end to him if you don't. He just reaches out and grabs it anyway. Smiling beach of like the canary. Who swallowed the cat. Something to make the ball devillier count now vicky. We mustn't judge too harshly. You have a change of heart about you. Mr wellman has often been arrogant. Discourteous to me. He has occasionally been mean and spiteful nevertheless there is something about the man that renders him in my eyes at least obnoxious. I thought for real. I'm wondering if perhaps it wouldn't be better for the school if i tried to establish a friendly relationship with him. What would your reaction be invited him to dinner this evening. Ni- usual reaction. I showed us with shag with delight. Invite him talk. I know what to talk about what was considered you a tower of strength conversation with klay. Mr wellman is present time a tower jello. That's not rushing to arrive my dear another time nature and the screen when the passenger pigeons return donning the passenger pigeon extinct reason why i shouldn't offer him an olive branch to you now on the head with it. Oh i think. I can be relied upon to make him except in the spirit in which is offered if i say so myself. I'm pretty diplomats. You know the even temper. The retort gut is the subtle flattery. Subtly conveyed. i i have them all at my command when i set my mind to it. And a hall the chum boy they used to call them out. You just watch me. Meltaways afternoon with weatherman. You this hall. Yes as coming toward us. I i couldn't help thinking that much of your success must be due to the resoluteness so patent in your walk with what you approach any task. Even an ordinary meeting of the ball just isn't going to be an not meeting if i can hook it. Have you seen today's newspaper. No i haven't read that we. I see y'all gonna live in another bid. I play a few practical jokes. Clever very clever talking about what are you leading. Listen vicky now on sale largest collection of each powder and dribble glasses in town a million lab. No not the column next to it. Oh watch town council posses resolution condemning vice on ivy campus. How how dare they perpetrate. Such an outrageous in south hall is dead amid such condition to flourish after school is determined. Surely you know as well as i. There is no basis of his. this is contemptible. I know only that progress against your position. I have talked to do away with a very team at which the town council now points and accusing pita will a walk. Bean five vise. I'll local love lane besides quick right though it shames me to admit it we all know what goes on in willow wall spring evenings. Never having been there myself. Mrs prepared with a particulars but i am equipped with an imagination and i suggest that if the town council pointing accusing finger advice that'd be appointed a judge machination that the only place on the campus it exists. I shall of cost discuss your interesting comment of my imagination with the rest of the afternoon. And i request permission to appear in person and discuss it myself place. The matter of the town council resolution at the bottom of the agenda reload at around. I'll be that loom mrs hall What what are we talking about. Before this happened. Diplomacy even tampa. We talk courteous. I wasn't very diplomatic. Was i knew. I don't know is. Diplomacy goes these day. No no. I behaved badly. You didn't behave tall. I'm proud to say the students were being violent started and so naturally you exploded setting today. Well you get especially his face when you told your thought. The town cards lot point. Never the memory of it will make me jealous ex. Ex-college president on the breadline. Wellman will work aboard into a frenzy over this. Yes and this. I apologize no under the second statistic. I think bread is far. More palatable and humble pie provoked the town council to issues such a blast so completely without foundation i know that enmity between the town and the gown is proverbial and academic history but victoria police. Good afternoon doctor hall. good afternoon. My 'cause right over the northern you'll professor lassen for a stroke nine full eating clavier. Are you going to date. I don't know. I'm on my way to a council meeting townhall. You think i look attractive enough to hold the councilmens attention for five minutes. That's all the time the beloved me to speak against a bill that considering i think they'd be happy to spend five minutes just looking at your thank you Is this to be a little field expedition on behalf of your political science department professor who no no. The town's civic reform league has asked me to help. Stop the passage of a bill which extends a practically without reservation the power of the town council boys in the backroom. We're trying to push it through to help them rig elections more easily. I'm sure you'll approve most effective. See the reform league's only a few years old while the local machine was already raiding pork barrel at a time when tammany hall was just lena. Aaron burr's i know. I'm afraid this bill will go through the hoop and holler of what is happening. Downtown yesterday. a baseless accusations of vice on the campus today crooked. Bill machine has recently been taken over by. Pt grange honest brakeman. And he honest brakeman home. That's what the newspaper boys call him. Due to the fact that he wants spent eight years working in the freight yards and never stole a locomotive. He he's a new broom he's dirty and he's very much interested in you and me. How do you know he's been studying that convertible over there for the past few minutes just staring at your bird i must say i never use this brilliant plumage. You million with species william only through books. I'm sorry to admit. They're called scalawags sticky good scalawags or political corrupt they feed largely on public apathy foul other bird's nests and although the plumage varies may be easily identified by their bills which crooked and their sung which sounds something like. What's in it for me. What's in it for me. I am didn't immediately a professor if you should happen to think of some way of snaring this bird. I hope you'll inform me. I've collected it to see him stuffed and mounted in the iv museum of natural history. Come on vicki. Let's tackle grainger bipolar. The and good luck academic. Shall you have another go at diplomacy. This time i shall maintain an even temper. Cool listen calculation. Are the best weapons in situations like this. If i've read my machiavelli correctly cullin calculating therefore i be mr grainger. Cli- tried to the pta green. John quite right. He's well what the devil you mean by accusing us of tolerating buys at the school machiavelli. Machiavelli you vilifies. How dare you. You'll be much act. Let it out only natural considering quite demands an explanation knew you would quite the entirely correct torn to you. Need lisi mrs hall at that. I made the council passed that resolution just to let you know i was around nothing personal and it just politics leading up to a little favor. I want you to do for me. You actually have the colossal goal to expect a favor of me quite eight. You'll do it too. I'm not a betting man. Grainger but in this instance. I'm prepared to give out zero. Save you money. That i got you tape from the breakfast and i say you'll do you do it or you'll learn what the council did to the school yesterday. Nothing compared to what. I'm ready to make it to the way i got you pegged. You'll do almost anything to say that school's bad name isn't that the way you'd say just what is it you want grainger ready to play ball quite right. Nothing else you can do that. I'm getting ready to move into politics. Statewide basis. i don't know who yet. But i'm entering a candidate in the next election for governor. Whoever it turns out to be i see him as a man just lousy with respectibility. Go on i guess whose name i want right up at the top of the list of prominent people hotly endorsing my man grandeur. I am at a slight disadvantage in dealing with this situation. Even after studying. Plato's republic mars utopia and aristotle's politica. What state do they operate. In the state of enlightenment dotted have across the border however cut it just gets all settled anyway. I got more important things to do. I got to listen to the race results in a couple of minutes however i have faced greater terrors than any you have so far conjured up differential calculus astrophysics and friendship regular verbs to name a few a moment ago. You asked me to get something. Now i ask you guess where i'll see you. I the phone. I grant you that favor quite today. Take a walk around the block dot and think it over. I'll be here another twenty minutes and joy. Those twenty minutes grainger. Because when i return i am going to run you right out of town. So what quite right. 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That's eight thirty. Three thirty four bible eight three three thirty four bible now on classic radio theater more. The halls of ivy march seventeenth nineteen fifty the halls of ivy with find a moody and reflective doctor hall sitting on a bench on the commons with mrs hall. Who's feeding the squirrels. Mrs hall says beggars. Can i give them some my sentiments. Exactly no idea how inadequate i feel. I probably received honorary degrees than grainger has said degrees and yet in certain spheres. He's an intellectual giant compared to me he was captain mousy may just end enjoying it to how can i possibly give students the implements which they can meet life on its own terms when i myself am so utterly helpless. You might add new cautious just a curriculum cynicism one and two but that's the long range problem is the question. How is the honest brakeman to be handled. And let's try to be diplomatic about this calls for knuckledusters rather than kid loves. What else is is it. The only thing ranger has that i lack is the control of one to two thousand votes and i if i can supply this lack in the next few minutes so that leaves only one alternative. Grow up the ad and take up some other. Profession is something something along. Those lines is tend to be just about the most crisis. Ridden troll i've ever taken. All i wanted to do this afternoon. Was to walk off an excellent lunch. So far. I've insulted the chairman of the board and being threatened with smear campaigns by penny onto politico full of little booby traps. You remember reception at the red line in malo that lost weekend in england. Don't now there was an infuriating quarter. Remember that wild dash to the railroad station after the last. Show a bumpy train. Ride no tax meters from me arrive to in the morning. Hike to the in in the raid under luggage is not as solloway of the hotel to take care of us when we got. I'll never forget it's never. Where is everyone places absolutely deserted. All vicki don't tell me you've called code. How at least. I hope not done near the fire. I took it up a bit. Well how did the note for us on the day after the landlord telephone rather late getting here. You showed me someone would wait. Wait up with my name on it. We'll bring it over here and sit down. Give me off what. I want to get those wet shoes off. What's in it. It's just stack of la good. I told the landlord. I wanted some flowers for you. I'm sorry dopey. Bettys we thought of it at all. I know much good. It did knock at every door in the place. I find someone to look after taty. Maybe out the couple. John and lovely weekend their own reason why they should be permitted to enjoy a weekend. While we're condemn to a bench down here not so bad. Really teamsters very soft. We'll always making the best of everything down here. What's not soft softwood. Put your arms around me already. Uh-huh iphone all accused nevermind downing bent him. You just tell me when now would. She's more like he planned it all so different. I wanted our own comfortable room with a lovely file. Going full moon outside the window on the smell of jasmine from the garden and somewhere nightingales singing nightingale. Then then i would have hired someone to do justice case who might have downing. I'm sure to one thing if we can amount of this kind of the rest of matted live ought to be smooth sailing lose it darling your soaked to the skin. Your hair is all messed up. Your nose is red. And i have never seen anyone ravishing. I love you vicky roading that we have to spend the rest of our lives sitting here feeling just as miserable. I'd say amen to it and enjoy every moment he quickly before i need a before and immediately after donning. But let's move into this little sitting room. Why why look victoria. Isn't that amazing motto over the door. It's exactly the same as the one at ivy. You'll know the truth and the truth will make you free. 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If you're upset. Mr. granges wild and willey plan. Wait a minute wait wait. I've just had an inspiration. Vacate seeing the library gave it to me. Let's go that's fall well. In this libraries in sixteen hundred forty as reposed the original chocolate divided township when it was incorporated with seventy five inhabitants. There must have been laws and statutes which were only intended to apply to a community that small. i'm going to snoop around. And see if i content some forgotten statute which might legislate mr grainger smack out of his smug complacent skin vicky. I've got it. But in seventeen fifty. Seven when i vs population had swollen to ninety three persons. The city fathers passed a law extending the vote on local affairs to anyone of voting age. Who had resided in the town for a minimum period of three months. Now you've lost me darling. I haven't got the faintest idea what you're talking about when you realize that fifteen hundred. I've is students of voting age reside in this town for nine months every year. Doesn't that mean anything to you. Well makes for a very attractive campus. A motor attractive than you think. Fifteen hundred votes will swing the entire balance of power in this town. How'd you have wonderful. Just makes you a more powerful politicos. Grainger it does. And when i explained the situation to the students i'm sure they'll see i do. I will meet. they'll go to the phones and drove. You know if it hadn't been for. And i never would have thought to look up. The law. remind me vicky to to call her when she returns from the meeting. I'm going to increase the budget for the political science department. Come on victoria. I'm ready for mr grainger. I'm going to enjoy this. Don't agree to talk me into the who because we we'll cat and mouse just watch bus all in action quack. You hear you'll note I was on the ignition. What's funny you don't understand. What's happening in your jerry is aren't you. Don't make me mad dog. i ask you a question. I expect to match sure you do. You tried your mind all know. What about renew new out of town. I'm naturally pleased at the prospect. Nothing personal and that you understand just politics. I'll give you more than i try. Every time i say that saudi msci grainger you know leading needle not pay close attention on his. I'm only gonna save is one. I've just completed a study of the laws of the town of iv. So what you've made a small mistake. There's a forgotten but not obsolete statute here which renders more than fifteen hundred students at. Id eligible to appear to the polls eligible to take advantage of the statutes governing initiative referendum and recall ono s. You know the. I team we're going to do with vote. They're going to build you a monument. Yes you a monument of housing feet. High made of the rarest mabo possibly one inch wide more than a few million dollars the college of his tax the property holders and town will have to pay for dogs list of y'all name blasted all over it and each time they see it and think of the castille view devoted on beginning. Wait a minute. And i think we will reconstruct town hall so that the elevators remains stationary while the building goes up and down. Please let's make a deal. A deal does not interest but there is always unconditional surrender. Heather is isn't it. Hey well you got it unconditional. Surrender do anything. You say that first thing you'll do is to come with me to a meeting of our board of governors and informed. The town council was mistaken in his resolution city and that it will retract and apologize. Quick right i mean sure. would it believe it anyway. I want you to tell that to the chairman of our board. Well yes and in my presence. Doc got no right to ask. What will you do me a favor. I don't know what is it. Do you teach politics yes. We have a political science department. I want to take that call enrollment. I was curious. I tasted it now. I know why schlitz is the beer. That made milwaukee famous here again. Mr mrs ronald colman taught time to close up. You finished whatever it is that you're writing over the last line. Vicky it's a limerick help. How did it go A guy is fellow named hall on finding his back to the wall like machiavelli. He managed so well he could hardly be lived with the toll off. But i think you handled the case on honest brakeman very well. I'm afraid i slipped. Taught courteous. you went even better taty. You gave them the reproof valiant so long as it wasn't the reply cherish my dear good night everyone. We'll be seeing next week. This time at the hall of ivy starring. Mr and mrs waddell the other players. Eleanor audley maxon. Herbert butterfield nights scripts written by walter. Brown newman don quinn. 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Abernathy own those heinrich princess program but the preacher never showed up for the rehearsal so long read the preaches lines and cedric substituted for the groom after the wedding rehearsal alone suddenly realize that is justice of the peace. Actually married cedric to the winter. Ain't shirts legal but llamas sticking to it in spite of the reaction. He's getting from papa with phone right now. Well stop worrying gave. This is going to turn out all right well. I don't blame me. I never married. You're off to the waiter on purpose to it but kane of regan get cedric out of this. All right better. Caleb amber take a couple of days all at red tape you know. Well i would have to have the wedding alan. It sure weekend. You hope well all we got to do is say that cedric underage. And you never give your permission cedric. Never give me sure. I'll handle it. I'm just as a p. thing. Well like i say it'll take about two or three days to run through all that red tape. Well don worry about anyway. Sure all right goodbye. Okay or mad about this. Which in hand. And i don't blame you don't know me neither. Just imagine all of us hadn't had in a winter abernathy for your door and all them young her grandchildren kayla biden. Suicide myself. and hear him. Don't you to married cedric to their own purpose of abner. How many times. I have to tell you i never well. It sure. Look like a dummy long. He's trying to study up some way to keep from marrying whether yourself and own away to figure out how to do it with the mariners. Somebody else and that's a terrible thing you've ever accused me of. You was right there and on what happened. The preacher couldn't get there for the rehearsal of the broadcast so i had to read his line. And that meant that somebody had to rely on. And if you re collectively you that suggested template dollar. That's riding found out about your. I never realized after we'd read the wedding ceremony. Just what we'd done name gorge was late while i'm asking you saw what you don. Why couldn't you call. And then and there you hear me tell kalem. They're all that red tape you had to go through. Takes couple of days can't is all that red tape. You keep talking about. well i recognize. We'll let you in on a little secret. Tell me something. I'd love to know what's going on around here man. If you want to know. They honest they married a tall off. Course while they all i do and all that stuff but they never had no marriage license. You gotta have one of them to make it. Oh facial ally be poker nodded forgotten or here. Let me call him up and tell them the good news. No don't do that avenue. Stay away from that phone. Well get you out all hot water name. Hey on just about reading about the hamblur of your head for getting cedric married and winter. Abernathy skip the title. We're losing out on you. Savior shoring happy about it. Most news has burned up. Had to cancel his pine ridge. Princes program during the lull abbott. Whatever we do we let her know she ain't married. They'll midnight tomorrow night midnight tomorrow. That's when the deal on the pine ridge princess will be up. Oh i can just get by two. I won't have to marry the winter. That's according to the rules of the program. You know the rules. We have give her her way in ten days ten days me tomorrow night at midnight. Oh so you did plan this whole noel. I never have honest on ever. Just come to me after it was done. And what have you do. Let the to find out about not having a license on the garner for well what. He thinks he's been married before. You know he knows about getting a wedding license and safety. they had the chance taking. I'm just hoping she's a mad about this whole deal that she won't recollect about the license. One now what about saturday. Engine going to tell him to worse way. But i'm just to fear that he will blame it on down in the winter of find out in the meantime he's over his house trying to figure out what's happened just till tomorrow night and then i'll tell him and everybody be happy. Everybody have to winter. I don't care about her on interested in his keeping from becoming mr abernathy and after all suffering he's caused me. It ain't gonna hurt her to worry about this for a few days now. I can love our biggest worry right now. is keeping mos most for a sponsor. Sure have this radio station going on. I have no programs and we can't have no programs they. We have a sponsor. You're right about that. No i already getting onto the barbershop right now and have a little talk with no no stale on a council on account or not dog passed in the wedding yesterday but i think i can change his mind. He can you watch the store for. I'll be going long. I don't think well now. What i tell a winner in kedah we Nolan people keep calling up here just telling you know nothing jovita. That truly believe that dorm jalen all you know is it. I'm working on an art is. I can run and get everything straightened out. I'll be that correctly. See you later. Wait a minute wait a minute. There comes to winter now. I'll maybe he wants to see for the land. Jj cmih let me high jumper. She's a one version. I don't want to run up against draft now. i'll go back into fedral. Wait a minute hold on hold on. She's stopping across the state. They're helping somebody. Good charlie lovely. Yeah yeah tony rans. He'll greenies had charlie token to marrying the widow. The other day did me and run a whole thing. Just call it. He thought you would actual crazy about the winter. Burnt cedric balls away. Keep our minute. When i said i was crazy hoping to charlie a hurry flapping like a shudder cyclone. Oh wait a minute. Circumstance the had nice way crossing with this fantasy. They don't wanna meet. Brian face to face the whole thing papa. Threaten to throw him out of the house if the even speaks to the way he did all be cleared up a day or two. Thank goodness i think the one that hates this worse. Anybody et cedric. Mom'll she already had hate and this winter so we get the magin how she's feeling having for our daughter-in-law and and the wintering very happy about having a mom in law younger and she is a dull of course. Am i told you they ain't actual marriage so variable body sent me. I'm on is got to be careful. She still beaten her gums or their stale. All other ahead bob. I think you said that long. Why show or not. That would be fun if they actually was married. Can't you give females abernathy getting her husband. Tantric ready to go to the third reader. Every morning we began cheating down experience with him to play the pinball machine and evenings. He said around the par blowing his bird with. I think he'd get eating peanut. Butter sandwiches chumps. Always have to lay around. Thank all nine. Am young jersey. on february clamp. Him reading a bedtime story can read that. Wait a minute wait a minute. The winners on the street and ten coming in they're good. I'm going on down to moses and get started on some radio big daddy go on in in their hard drive on answering the happy. Bridegroom ban savvy. Then thank you mom and let you out of all. Been school setting with my boys boy. This mom. all the little abernathy young changed their name to hunt. Now the teacher sets corden. Dr names all me and my children all together now. That's nice well. It's hard for me to get used to them calling me. Poppel say one thing it hit handy having them there to help me get militia. Hey i haven't thought about kurshid. Has its drawbacks to reckon. All only with as many boys you don. I'm going to have to pay for a lot of plates at the nogi. That's right after a couple extra cable to own a thing all the prisons on father's day. I use your brain figuring out saying who has been doing right smarter thinking one thing. He's got me kind of four up though well see long. I'm a married man now. I'm just feared. I'll hector a break off my engagement with claire bell system. I hate to do it right now. Because this is my month to be engaged to her just goma bates mu sort or take turns about being engaged to her. Oh he takes all the months except the ones that got christmas and her birthday ams a month you have to buy presents. I but don't tell gomer. I don't think he's caught onto that year but not he just had to get out of buying stuff for long. If i you i take some other moms feared. I'm going to have to give the whole thing anyway. As long as i'm married meal. Clara belle julius. You know having ongoing mcadoo something but you've got to promise to keep it secret no one thing. I love bettering secret. When i ain't got the promise not to tell on a fax. Thank you really here comes along only just lecture a couple of minutes early going down and allies. Here's something that your way on a more important and mos moves. I bumped into charlie red zone. He said the witter was just telling him. She's having a lawyer. Come out here from the county seat tomorrow. Our lawyer yes sir and the first thing. He'll ask her where the marriage light. Recollect they weren't not in metal lever to marry me tomorrow. oh my goodness sakes. I don't know how we're gonna do it. But we've got to study up some way to keep that lawyer from eric. Talk into the widow lease ways not until after midnight tomorrow night whole. I'm always gets himself. In messes. desma lamin abner from march seventeenth nineteen three. You can get a whole bunch back some of these new lemon atvs we got these came from ted or radio. Memories dot com radio dot com has programs available on. 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The theater of the mind today the endless road of fable of a highway which was built to lead nowhere yet made everybody happy until one day it was linked to the outside world that i'm swinging. That picked wife not to say that even smoothing be play the gringos may part alone. There's america so they see his excellency. The commandant of the national policy up. We'll be pleased. Receive you thanks and mris also believe ransom chief. I'm glad you speak english. We speak on most any language in this country new. Please be seated. What can i do for using your while. It's kinda hard to papers. I'm glad that these are in order. Allow ranson off was. I started to say it's kind of hard to explain but my wife. Mrs ranson hair while she's pretty active in social work and all that kind of stuff and she heard somewhere about that experiments. You people are conducting down in the valley chase copan as chico. Papa sincerely love beautiful valley. I have a home. They'll my save you do. Yes madam i regret to say. We have no experiment. They're nordby by authority of government in any case. What about that magnificent road. I hear it's done the most marvelous things for the people. He seems to be true. Madam that i way is under construction in detail capacity but our government has nothing to do you need does have beneficial effects on the lives of our people. I am pleased to hear of that when we want to go to that valley and see for ourselves. Don't we henry. Indeed madam but it is an unfortunate fact that there is at the moment no way of getting into the valley except by walking or perhaps by writing burrow burrow jackass. Honey donkey manhattan the only pass leading into the valley's too narrow for vehicles me on a donkey. I tell you achieve construction back home. We've had some pretty tough jobs. We found those helicopters. Mighty handy those things with the egg beaters on top. I could have my company. Fly one of them down here in no time at all. If you'll just put the right kind of stamps on my papers over there where your papers are in order. And i suppose you could land even on the road itself my company. You met up Right koto does rose on clean made. It is a beautiful highways. I see they have sense enough to building. Arrogation ride alongside says a lot of work money during that way. I wonder where they get their cement. Now henry does that. Matay kinda does to me. You know this you may be of some systems. Perhaps shane you are Mondo mendez muhith. Is monsieur. I am the former here. I'm interested in the way you're building this road. Not building monsieur. Making it bigger. Yes yes that's all dairy admirable. But i've seen several women walking along this famous road of yours bare foot barefoot without shows See madam what a pleasure. It is the place your feet upon this polish pavement. These women were carrying heavy puzzles. Naturally madam who else is there to carry bundles. Besides the borough and the women who wear a. Where is your local commander. I understand l. Heavy is back from the capital senior. You will find him in the presidency in town Out coming up not you. The isn't he the same man we met at the capital of mine honey. I'm sure a coming on to whoever retentive memories in your randall. so this whole thing is your idea. You're the guy that call coming out. I thought you were chief of police back in the capital. So i am senior lorenzo. Yes but you're running this this Valley in this boondoggle row which leads nowhere. It leads around the valley madam but whoever uses it are people use it. Madam am certain that many boroughs find their burdens lightened when they march on its polish pavement. A four lane. Concrete highway donkeys. No for our people who's paying for it. If it's all right for me to ask perfectly all right. I am senior with want. These look got his own picture on them but of course what my print them. I said it's eight. That's slightly legal illegal in the capital. Perhaps here in the valley as long as the people accept these bills for their work and as long as the merchants exchange them for their goods and as long as the local administration then accepts these same beads in payment of taxes and construct schools and hospitals and sanitation system with arrayed. Houma serious to say whether they are legal or not i. This is preposterous. He's madame perhaps objecting to my picture on these notes. Does she think perhaps that. I am not handsome. You are a dictator on easy. No that i am not. Madam have been honestly elected by my paper. I have not even a bodyguard. Still mr common on you need some things from the outside like the for that rodeos high applying for it. I see mr ronson that i shall have to reveal secret. Do you in all confidence. Course but i happen to know of a modest. Although adequate goldmine or gold mining knee is one of my great grandfather's discovered it. And you've been using the goal from that mind to pay for your Imports but of course we still ran son. Can you think of any better. We could have included coming out. I funny this far. But what's going to happen. In the end. In the end. I should be sought naturally as an enemy of the state but it will have been a man's life. Yes a man's life but what about the women. He could give them so much. If you'd only let them be civilized. How you so certain senora. Well if you don't think so wait until you hear from the women that road is going to connect with the outside world round and round a man. Different outside aid serology but where she done. Great one don gonna win road numbering walk march seventeenth nineteen fifty seven. The cbs radio workshop the endless road. We continue down that road in three minutes on classic radio theater when thinking about life insurance my accident. Reinforce you never know what tomorrow might bring. That's why rich down to accu quote adequate health. 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America go to our american rights dot com brought to you by the american media counts. You're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station from march seventeenth nineteen fifty seven. The cbs radio workshop the endless road. I always look forward to this us. Glass of beer at noon in the shade of plaza senior ronson. Your charming lady has been giving our women ideas sign. All the people of this valley were content in your until you and madame on at us with your visa. Messiah coming on my wife being so hard. I am aware of that. But as of this moment i can no longer keep my constituents happy without giving them a link to the outside world. Can you build me such a connection. There is a pass. i'd say yes one. How far across about three kilometers. I believe like two miles eight something like that. How steep how narrow not too steep. But they're in narrow he's really only a burro trail between cliffs reaching up two or three hundred feet on other side. I'll probably had to bring some men and equipment from the states Be three or four months agreed. Just wish i know you really want this done no senior. I don't but people of my valley do. And i we give them what they want. A seed right out novo. Just bring us good. Thanks alone fevad. Like she goes the last rock blocking the. I'm so happy. I was able to watch this. Henry hold on had honey. Hit comes civilization. Aki akis and yours stockings beautiful almost perfect. Only one pair to each lady. Unless you us twice. I've gone the original petters. Lingerie for distinguished may try the only place in the what guarantees but you why. Why should close your delicate and why waste your beauty over the of hudson not water. Cr new washing machine especially built for you only twenty down while you soap it. All out you execution cannot low does guaranteed prize. Jose you want to see some pictures. One real address. I got an e. I'm sorry but i cannot pay you this some kind of money you desire you see my wife. She's none of the companies concerned. You can't meet your payments. I have money in your luke luke. You hear that that stuff. He's no good. We want government money but these from the government has depicted with me not. It was always good anymore. You can buried underground money from the capital. We take your phone to take my. Oh sure what do you expect. Why don't you keep your money from your wives perhaps seniority you control and more closely room. Neilan stocking under. I wear ones have long. Hold on the web to heal thing in the sea. Danger the manala gambling. Bless you make money to pay bills government money off of the capital equipment. No good wrong like the the you just got new us but machine made for different kind mostly with the no good loss on my money goal to me to look what they give me is a prize at least fifteen. He's not tolerable. We should see the heavy. And what do you expect the heavy. Do we have to ask someone what has gone wrong. But they'll come in on one on those must supposed coming on who goes on mondo alcohol very well. I will go to. Yes yes. I had heard rumors of a proposed demonstration. I suppose all they want to do is to thank you for the new road. That's one idea that we were as confident as you appear to be. Seen your see amanda grasses in your nose in your in your and so naro mondo gomo may complement the madame zu. How's it going mondo no see. It depends on comment. She did then take a the valley. The people are not happy mahaffey. Not as they were before. So i hear armando. I have been appointed to speak for them senior. Hefei what do they think i can do. You could perhaps give them a few answers in your hefei about the money. For instance it is no good. It is the new road that is no good amando but there is nothing i can do about that now. That people wanted it. I gave it to them. Would you not tell the people about this yourself. Senior nando extend to our fellow citizens my most cordial invitation for an assembly before the president at noon. Tomorrow i shall try to explain to them that i can do. Nothing mondo. I'll see out of the car. I want to thank you personally for the wonderful job. You did for my outfit You do find job for me are mondo especially with the explosives when we were blasting our way through that pass grasses in your own aws no thanks to me i never could handle dynamite myself. You know we are due to leave. Denied mrs ranson. I i regret it in your sort of wine away. Stimuli gets jobs done for better or for worse the cliffs alongside the pastel is high and steep as they were about five months ago. Are my no season. You let me ask you to do me one last favor on dome you know. I promised to leave any explosives. We didn't use with the hefei. Would you draw up an inventory tonight. Just write down. 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The conclusion of the endless wrote an episode of the cbs radio workshop as it was originally broadcast march seventeenth nineteen fifty seven. Audio's amando eddie does in your and take good care of that. Item is they. Don't heroes learn camino how me go serve us. Analysts messrs yadi. I stand that your service. They'll i believe it is the new brands of our road march. You asked as i mean it seems mistaken and i agree with you but i cannot undo what has already been done. How's it going. Your seniora runs on. I thought you had left for your own country last night while we figured. Maybe we'd better stick around the doings coming onto. What was that fan is. We do not need to government with problems. You of course would know nothing about those two big explosions. They seemed to have occurred in the direction of the pass. Yes might have wrecked my new role. Henry oh your new role. You had an interesting conversation with fellow mondo yesterday. Very capable man isn't he. He didn't case. I appreciate your leaving us. Whatever explosives us on hand we shall appreciate them when we get back to work on our old feed round and round chase day women back where they belong allows work and got us food diet. Donna heaven falin. You've been listening to the cbs radio workshop and the endless road a fable written by henry fritsch with music composed and conducted by charles paul and produced and directed new york. By paul roberts featured in the cast were roused bell as ranson pert. Kelton has mrs ranson bomb dryden as the commandant and leslie scott is on on though others included ruby dee simeon. Benjamin maurice ellis ralph camargo ronald dawson. Guy rep francis foster. Daniel uncle richard shepherd roscoe brown. Janine jevon and viney borough. This is dick noel inviting you to listen again next week when from hollywood the cbs radio workshop presents the story of an inexperienced replacement during the second world. War entitled are monaca solo. 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Mrs add just you put them right here in the are you getting long and even still pornography thank you. Oh there's dr adams wonder what he's doing home any well. I leave you mrs web. Just call out if anything else. Thanks mrs adams. Ooh what to you doing home this time of day. Nothing at all. Just drop in out to miller lake to c- grip getting along fine. I'm so glad at grand. Mrs web is here and i'd never seen her so happy most so what about well. Her bullies come home. Oh dunks back in town again grant you want to speak about it like that unquote honey. I wasn't speaking any particular way. Only only only just wonder he's learned his lesson. That's all i'm sure he has grant mrs web. Says they treated them off at the reform school and dunkin will just do anything to keep from going back there. He says it's much worse than it was last time. They have a new superintendent at. He's off to the boys. Well i'm afraid. Lou that citizens to small town for dunk web. He's getting to be a big boy now and it may be that he'll have his mind set on bigger things than we can offer him here and seated and i hope all my ever since mr webb was killed mrs win just pine their heart out dunkin to come home you know when she said this morning grand mal what she has another hit to the family in our house now. The duncan is back home. Maybe i'd better go out and say how do door. Oh don't do it'll mean so much to all right honey. How do you do mrs web. Dr adams whereas you choose. You'll be happy woman today doctor. I'm so happy. I cry and laugh all at the same time. Well i'm mighty glad he's back it see. You might have in wrap around and see me. I think maybe. I might be able to steer him into a job somewhere. Oh be looking for work now. Only yes oh dr adams. That's kind of yeah. I'll tell him tonight at supper time. He'll be around the see in the morning a whole right. That's fine say. No wonder i had to borrow drugstore apron from pete may this morning. Look look at all my gowns out. There on the line is adams must've picked him up at the office last night. Isn't that just like a woman doctor adams speaking. Oh rip no. Let me hasn't come in to see me yet. Where i know i spoke to you over a week ago. But can't you hold off getting a boy for a little while longer headed mind going out to the web places evening and having a talk with dengue cow. There all right rip. Thank you all right. Good buyer and the another patient pammy well dunk web. Well how are ya. Hello i sure am glad to see you in anyway. Oh pretty good thanks to get outta that. Rotten reform school You don't think you'll ever be wanting to go back to go back. You'll never get me back in that dump again the way to talk learn your lesson having dunk lesson what i don't know don't wanna let's get the past okay with me more said you want to see me. I did suggest about a week ago that you draw around well. I've been busy job already. Don't job Seeing some of my pals over dunlap junction dunlap junction. Anyways i don't know who want to hire me around seton. Don't think i've got a job for you. Yeah doing well. I was talking to rip bliss yesterday. Ramp bliss you mean working blitzes grocery. Now thanks more. Why not. what's the matter with blizzards. Rather nothing. no. Matter whether it as far as i know. But i just got bigger things ahead for me slaving around a grocery store or did you get mind san yet but i got something in mind. I've been thinking it over well. Alright donka del rip bliss tamar that he'd best find another boy again. Yeah was that all that down. Okay well thanks just the same. But i guess you folks in cedar ten don't realize i've been growing up in the last two years. I'm seventeen now. Seventeen i see all dunk. Good night grown up. Seventeen gosh to friday. Now watch this griff. This is the way. I play checkers. One to three sure where you play where sugar. This is the way i play one. 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Salako soto is apparent organizer with the boston education justice alliance and has two kids in boston public schools. She doesn't think there's enough time for the city to meet the new deadline. Especially as marginalized communities are still being hit harder by the virus when i believe riley of good infringes you have not taken parents. Influence students enter consideration especially low income black and brown family by mandate in that district fully back in. I don't know sir seventh graders. School doesn't have a school bus. Social have to use public transportation. Which in boston has recently reduced. Its service she thinks. More advanced planning is needed before the district can resume normal operations. Some school districts in the states. Say they're ready others. Say there's more do groups like the massachusetts education justice alliance urging the state to provide adequate time to ensure all schools are reopen safely. 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What is going on for y'all but it's going on for y'all's and your calls in the and we will talk to you. That's the way it works round these parts. One eight hundred eight seven. Ap l. a. Now by girl all right More machinations in the nfl with the free agency and we can take a look at Whose left standing after all. Those are still some pretty good players out there right near the end of the show. My face cut the rodney hudson who pro football focus called the best center in football and the best center overall the last five years and the the reality is when you plan a sport with a salary cap. You're going to have to do this sometimes. But this one doesn't really make sense because they're taking on a fifteen million dollar dead cap hit which is more than had. They kept him now. What they can do is they can post a date. His release after june. I i don't know how you do that when we all saw him get cut in march but that would move half of the dead cap hit to the cap next year. But the raiders. Now you think about how they're they had. The eighth ranked offense in the nfl last year. Offense was not the problem and yet now. The line is completely devastated. All they have left is colton. Miller who i thought was a stretch is a first round pick in fact i was at the raider headquarters and shredded them on their flagship station twice that night. I know this is probably. Why the raiders. Much but i would go on to be the host of the show so guessing it matter that much but anyway Four of the raiders. Starters on the line are gone. They traded trent round in new england. They cut richie. Incognito and cape jackson richie. Incognito didn't play a lot last year but denzil good tilden for him but basically even with good as a free agent they have one starter on their line. This is going to be now. The number one major offseason task. You know the raiders had. The biggest task was defense. Now it's rebuilding the offensive line and that really sucks because first of all it's boring when you draft offensive line. It is necessary. And this is why jerry jones panicked to take johnny manziel and his son steven said no. No zack martin. A guard guard. Yeah guard he's been all pro. You just have to calm down. Sometimes when the raiders decided not to take larry fitzgerald took a guy named robert gallery. I thought that was very smart. Robert gallery was the best tackle in the draft. Let's be generational and then. The raiders took jake grove. Who was the best center in the draft. I second round. I thought that's how you build an offensive line. you know. i was excited about that. Although as i said. These aren't sexy. Picks so now when the raiders are sitting at seventeen barring any wheeling and dealing they will be looking at people like christian. Dera saw tackle out of attack. Samuel cosmi the offensive lineman from texas or maybe a seven seconds out of oklahoma state. Jalen mayfield from michigan. If you're feeling him creed humphry love the guy from the office. He's also From oklahoma and maybe if he drops and allies avera tucker the tackle from usc. These guys are going to be looking at instead of the defensive players that i've been talking about for months. So signing up offensive lineman is hugely important. I agree with john. Madden the first thing you have to do is get offensive. Line is running backs and quarterbacks and wide receivers and tight ends who gives a damn. If you can't block. Look at patrick. Mahomes the best quarterback on earth. A guy who his trajectory is to actually go pass canton to float above the hall of fame and look what happened in the super bowl. How effective was he. When his tackles didn't block answer is not effective right. So i don't care if patrick mahomes if you don't block for them it doesn't matter. This is why last night. Trent williams late last night. He put out a picture and just said always faithful on his instagram feed and showed him on a boat and it showed his. I know guy has tattoos up in donna's arm on his back. He has this massive guerrilla. Now he's already a huge man. So i would probably say this guerilla on his back as a yard long. I always wondered back tattoos. That's the only time you can see them as somebody else takes a picture and shows but anyway he wrote always faithful now in the seventies when the forty niners suck. They called their Fans the forty niners faithful. It was because they sucked now. Faithful just basically is what they call fan base. I've never liked the term radical asian. There's only one nation to ruder news. I just i think it's stupid. It should just be the east bay but that's okay. Whatever floats your boat. I know i use it in the hashtag. Sometimes i mean it's just it's kind of grown on me but it's still dumb but anyway fateful. The meaning has changed but still he is now the highest paid offensive linemen in the history of football six year deal. One hundred and thirty eight point zero six million. You gotta like the point. Zero six million and he will receive fifty five point. One million dollars guaranteed his average salary will be twenty three point oh one million who now surpasses if you know who the highest paid was in history before this about you don't do. Ronnie stanley is making nineteen point. Seven five so not only how we had an offensive. Lineman reached the twenty million point. We had him shoot by like a rocket. Three million more twenty three point. Oh one gotta get that one and look williams when he came over from washington. What did he do. He played ninety. Five seven game snaps. Nine hundred fifty seven snaps he could Allowed four sacks. He did have ten penalties. But that's because probably he was trying to keep his quarterback upright he. Actually statistically was an upgrade from joe staley if you can believe that so this is a guy who the niners are banking on it. Thirty three years old to have sustained sustained stuff sustained success through his thirties. Guys like jason peters and andrew whitworth and guys like that williams was easily the best tackle in this free agent class. And that's why supply and demand. He was able to cash in. It's a lot of money. But if you're niner fan can't really make it work without a dominant left tackle. And they're hoping that in his thirties he'll be able to continue that. It'll take a quick break when we come back dave to ran our old buddy on the other side from the discovery channel will drop by number open lines at one eight hundred eight seven eight play. Come on back on sports by time. He's been bull he saw. And so now you can make your home. Look great and save money right now. When you call renewal by anderson you can buy four windows and get the fifth one free. 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These buffon's taste bad or an art critic. That painting is bad. I'm so disgusted by tittle. That i find him very intoxicating all right. Thank you and welcome back to the show rectal with you. Coast to coast and around the world on american forces radio and our pleasure to welcome back to the show dave to ran of the discovery. Channels goldrush dave trends loss. Mine an all new season is going to be starting on friday on discovery. Plus the discovery channel be right. After the season finale of goldrush and then subsequent episodes will air it eight o'clock eastern and pacific. dave congratulations. They had a show. They put your name in it and it got renewed. How about that how. 'bout that i never ever would have thought i'd have. Tv show on discovery channel. And then they put my name in it. It's pretty wild. You know. I got a second chance in this business. Which is very rare. So we're taking advantage of it and everything. Yeah it's very. And i like the fact if it was gold rush dave tehran's mine people be like but it's your lost mind that one word the intrigue dave. That's right and we're not talking. About m i n d m. I still have my mind. But i'm still searching for golden these lost and abandoned mine and i tell you what we had an amazing season. I've been in this business now. Wreck it's kinda crazy. I've been on tv now for. I think this is like eleven years and this last season that we just build Was probably you could say it's our most tumultuous season that i experienced it was i mean we go to the takes the mountains and then we hit some really deep dark lows. Slow valley some And we're going to take everybody on a on a ride and it's good right because in the end everything is Really good so yeah you gotta check it out. The other thing is too. It's now on discovery plus so discovery plus live streaming and. It's a great way to watch all the shows on discovery that's good. It'd be cool if you had a sassy. Friend and the thing collapsed and he said that boy done lost his mind healthy all the time. Lost your mind dave. Hey i'm in the press release. It said this'll be an and emotional. Jer journey will receive dave time cry. Unfortunately yes you will see me. Class and Yeah you'll fit in one of the promos to we had a. It was a rough year. It was a really rough year on a personal level Can't give too much away but there was just a and it was life you know lice gives you. It deals you some. You know some things that you just gotta handle and the thing about me and my crew is we. We really experienced some tough things and the thing about we always get back up. You know you knocking down and tonight round and we get back up and you know and we finished around and we finish and we finished strong but it was That was quite a year. But it's gonna be good. It's good tv and in the end we we did really good finding gold that the old timers left us. And that's what it's all about a lot of history a lot of good characters that you know come around mining. That's the one thing i love about. My show is that the history know it. Ties us back to the roots of america. You know. that's what started. All the migration out to the west coast was the forty nine gold rush and i'd get the opportunity to walk in the same footsteps of the old timers and try to outwit them. I try to figure out why they left the gold or if they left the golden where it is with really a. It's really a treasure hunt. It's a like an investigation. Show where i'm trying to take my experience in my wisdom against what the old timers did and it makes get pretty cool. I have a great time with my crew. Very cool a couple. More questions for dave taran of discovery plus and discovery Look at the pandemic. Had all of us and i know it hit you guys and i think a lot of people might have thought well. Yeah i can just go to alaska. Alaska had some huge restrictions. So you guys had to start looking around and colorado in the rocky mountains Exactly we it was my intention. We had a good opportunity. Go up in. Its way out in the bush in alaska. The only way to get into that place was Airline or airplane airplane and With the kobe thing in all the restrictions and the unknown in its last spring. I just said at some point. I said look this is not gonna work and then i'm behind and not have to go find so we prospect in arizona. We went to Montana and we just were scrambling to find a place to mind and luckily found a place in colorado and we started the season there and it worked out. Colorado is beautiful by the way. It's amazing up there. We were at ten thousand foot elevations and it was tough to breathe but it would be worked out really well two miles up now. We're there some crusty locals that said get the hell out of here. Yeah you you watch the promo yes sir. There was there was the people they did not like us. There and the amazing part was we had everything in order all of our permits. Were you know we had water rights. Everything was good and so as hard as they worked. We just kept. You know we get knocked down and we bounce right back up and we kept on going. Yeah but they did. They didn't like us there and But we persevered stuck with it and both of gold out of the ground. That's what it's all about. How innovative can you be at this point because anybody can go on wikipedia and look at all the steps. It is to do it you do. But the thing that separates people like you is your savvy or hunches your gut feelings and then maybe let's try this even though it had never been done before how. How effective can you be when you do this. Well that's what it's all about. You have to adapt because what on what me and my crew we're trying to do. Is you know. get the scraps that are leftover. And that's a difficult way to make a living. You know when we were in the yukon. And when i was on goldrush we were up in the yukon. Big massive areas ended all had gold. Now some of it was you know better gold better values than other places but basically you could you know. Drop an excavator or dozer you could find gold here you know in the lower forty eight when i'm trying to accomplish is the old timers. We're good at what they did but there were times when they couldn't get into an area maybe it was too deep or they didn't have you know big excavators those and so we have to actually figure that out so the show is really about number one figuring out what they laughed and why they laugh at and then we have to figure out okay. How do we go in and get that. That's where we have to adapt to be innovative and we took you know. We took some equipment this year. That really wasn't designed exactly for what we're doing. We modified it. We engineered it and we put it to work. And you know after you know some tweaking. We got it to work. Everything worked out but yeah it's really it's really about problem solving and me and my crew are starting to figure it out there chasing gold last question for you and this might be the dumbest question i've ever asked on the in my thirty years and that is because you're going up to ten thousand feet to seventeen you have to dig deeper than normal. We have to dig deeper within our our heart and our guts. You know it's like it's like. I kind of look at it like you go. Let's say you play football game and year in miami dolphins and you gotta play it that you know bronco stadium or something. That's where it gets tough. It's just your physical body has to dig deep and you start puffing and huffing and puffing for air it it's rough so you gotta really and you know that's the thing about us you know i mind in all around the world and that's what's pretty cool. I've been in south america. I've been you know way. Arctic circle and everywhere. You go every place. Has its own specific problems and issues that need to be solved. And that's what we do. And so we take people on journey and you know they get live vicariously through and you see you know right now. I'm in the zone. Desert sitting here looking out of big patches tomorrow and it is cool and next week. I'll probably be up in idaho and montana. I'll probably go to alaska so we take people all across the us and we talk about the history of the united states and how much we relied on both here. It's a hint. It's official and it's back for another season. And the main protagonist is our gas goldrush. Dave trans loss. Mine is gonna launch on friday on discovery plus and discovery after the season finale of goldrush of subsequent episodes will then enter at eight pm. Eastern dave van. Congratulations looking forward. I know this is Said there's really one rough moment in the season but as you said this one is going to be pretty epic. 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That's spanish for light is available from darkstar pictures in select theaters on the nineteenth and on friday and then everybody can get a chance to check it out video on demand and dvd on april. Six john First of all when you write and directed direct something. It really becomes your baby. And how much do you fight in your own. Mind between the writer and the director sometimes Like how much do i do. I just like the script you know and then and then how i actually make make the movie type thing or like i mean. I don't know it just seems like it's two different jobs but it's it's all yours. There's there's no complaining right. No exactly exactly exactly. Yeah so That's a great question. Yeah so i guess like i I love the writing process. And that's that's the zone that's the only thing usually kind of go out By myself somewhere. And maybe get a hotel or state of friends beach house or something like that and and right right and saying like i did for lose for for like you know about a month month and a half and then And then when we're actually doing it sometimes they just kind of you kind of throw a lot of the stuff that you you know. That was like your baby when you were writing then you kinda thrown out the window so that you can kind of you know realize the stories changing you know. Actors are are Perceiving at one way and there were collaborating. And it's the story changes in real time. You know so by the time you get there on the day like you know Reality is there in your face and you you have what you have and maybe the words that sounded beautiful like a month or two ago. Don't sound that well some cranking what you know it's really. It's a really humbling process. But i but i love. I love that i love that that if i didn't nail it when i was writing Hopefully on the day we can. We can all find finding you know. Well you know as we know in holly with. It's hard to write a movie that hasn't been done before a sequel to something or a movie about a tv show. This is The plot i've never seen this before. So tell us about the two. Protagonists ruben. and carlos. Sure sure yeah Yeah so. I wanted to. I wanted to tell Prison prison love story and tell the type of prison story that that maybe people have seen. I didn't necessarily want it to be hard nosed. You know like prisons tough. You know. I think we we know that. You know and you know in carlos carlos is is you know i wanted somebody who is i want. I wanted to be a story. Right story told through to the perception right and and so carlos this Sort of like my. She's small mom she smoke. I puts it on you know. He's he's in prison. You know to be this tough guy. But he's actually from like this kind of middle class. Like background is a nice house. You know he gets involved in he gets gets in trouble. You get themselves in trouble. But i mean that's inside. He's kind of. He's like very very sauce and sensitive you know and He's also You know sexually fluid you know he's also like you know You know he's not necessarily burning. You know gay or bisexual man. But he's people you know an Ruben is Actually comes from like you know a part of South texas where there is a lot of like mafioso sort of cartel activity. It's kind of off like the area that i i grew up in a family that was found from down in the border of mexico and you know Had family members were involved in some some stuff like You know so. I was kind of perspective. You know and I i knew somebody who was a driver for the heels and so I thought that would be an interesting job for you. Know for ruben to come to come from that environment but also to be a sensitive You know man what's Within the machismo culture you know and so like the film itself is is is talking about masculinity within a toxic nasty especially within within Latin culture and so these two men are kind bone they are To that yeah. It's it's an interesting thing. As i said i've never seen this before and so you know in in prison. I remember seeing the sopranos episode. Were you know you talk about macho and they talk about what happens in prison and he said you get a pass for that. Because you're in prison so these guys after what happens in prison and not just the physical part but the emotional support they have to figure out on the outside was that real or we just the victim of our situation right. Yeah yeah exactly exactly. Yeah they have to Decipher where we just in the right place at the right time and we had no one else we had. Don't some lean on you know that is that is that like a manifestation of the relationship which And i tend to write a lot of that that kind of crossing it up in that subject matter like i wrote a film about to to one of the missionaries. You know that that fall in love michigan they just happened to be together to thrust into each other's atmosphere somehow And so you know. I think because it's kind of written from like you know this from like the the ladder perspective. I think people are very like can be like superstitious. You know and and spiritual and very like you know he'll like maybe part of them they'd of like betas brought them together and you know in in some way you know And so they have the connection on the inside and then you know i'm outside. They can't they can't You know something's drawing together you know. There's a ribbon. Has his own his own issues. Out by you know Carlos wants to help him with us. You know but i'm you know there's nowhere else that within wants to go but but to Toward carlos couple. More questions for garcia's new film loose opening friday. It's like theaters. What about casting. Because will smith told the story of when denzel washington gave him advice. It said don't kiss a man and a movie because then it's on film forever so when you get Or nesto and jesse was there a little bit of Oh man i gotta do this or was it like you know. Hey man. I'm an actor. And i can do anything. Well what was that like most interesting question. Yeah it was You know we had We had we had some. We had to talk about it. Because you know there's a couple sexiness in the tone that are better that are you. Know fairly intimate. Maybe maybe exposed to even be no. But we had to talk about it. You know and Beforehand and we choreographed it all talk about how. Why why did something for the film you know and You know what what we came up with was like that is It wasn't necessarily like these. These men is obviously like had they have some repressed feelings repressed emotions you know about them Regarding their their sexuality and and they need them they need someone in other say with and they can explore explore those feelings you so the the same instrument teams in the film are a manifestation of of that you know and there was no H having convinced that if anything they just we agree it was part of the story you know and so it kinda kinda slow to organic. How is I mean obviously you got distribution for this and It's a it's a real live feature. So congratulations but i mean obviously if you tried to show this movie in salt lake in one thousand nine hundred fifty would never happen so how how open is i should say because i kind of feel like things are open. How much pushback do you still get from. Potential investors and distributors. Once they hear the plot who'd you know none really i. I tended to work with the with The same distributors over the course of my career and and and they It both are in quite involved in in Lgbt plus content so So yeah so so anyway. I haven't worked with anyone outside. I've noticed i've actually noticed when he tried to conservative You know Get a little outside of those those studios of those Distributors that a little bit of hesitancy. I've noticed that there's hesitant pagan from the you know some of the festivals that i can apply to know and whatnot. Mostly you know This mainly that an algebra t- Festival run and didn't get into any mainstream film festivals. So that i mean. I wonder you know but i mean you know. I'm happy that that we have you know and in the community you know but as far as like pushback i know it just it just feels like there's some avenues that were that were not You know i would say that. We're not welcome. But you know it's not we're not easily as part of you know Some film festival. Maybe we're like a you know like a category on on several platforms right and there's maybe a limited amount of space in those categories because we because we are still. Now's we teach you plus film. So yeah. I don't know. I guess that's the exact pushback per se but but You know avenues aren't completely open. Yeah yeah. I feel that art is art. It's just like you can't tele comedian. What the joke about can't tell people what to make a movie about. We can all choose what we wanna watch not watch but you can't put restrictions on our one last question for you just as an aside. You used to work for the attorney general of texas. Who's now the The governor did he consult with you before he opened up the state. no no he didn't. That's that's hilarious. Yeah it's funny twenty that that you know that yeah i spent. I spent a year working In the Credit since compensation department which was the which was a cool a cool job. I i met him. I met him one. Time You know what you should You send a blu ray to greg. Abbott right yeah. Yeah Sure why not you know. I'm technically these days. And i just recently moved from oregon That to texas all right there. He is john garcia. Wrote directed the new film loose l. u. z. And it's from star pictures in and it will be in theaters places like new york. San diego This friday and then everybody can get it on. Dvd digital on april six john. Congratulations on the film. Thanks for stopping by appreciate it. We'll take a quick break. Come back sports violent. I'm gonna tell you how you can get real healthcare for as little as six dollars a day. Yes now you can get affordable health care for you and your family immediately and save as much as fifty percent of your current monthly healthcare payments are plans perfect for people that are self employed. 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It up in a pan and then he eats it ricky in that his official business. Welcome back to the program right to the lithium. Our two three getting underway here Just one guest the rest of the way that film director darcy. We're on the new documentary crop circle realities. Oh i cover all cover all topics today on the show goldrush colorado prison sex and crop circles. And we'll get into some sports a little bit emails. Recap sports byline dot com. The sun comes from christie since rick. If you're rich what team would you buy. I guess the aids You know what. I would not buy an american sports team because you basically have to be a billionaire to be successful. I mean look at the money. Trent williams just signed for I don't think. I say you'd have to beat. Jeff bezos to really run a team and have it be successful. I would much rather buy a lower division soccer team in england a league team maybe division one i would much rather buy a lower division soccer team in england a leak mike maybe division one or division two. That's the third and fourth tier adventurous. A really nice. Like fifteen thousand seat boutiques stadium on the ground and bill. Just an awesome little stadium and then zero pressure. You know you're not going to get promoted so bring it some youth players every once in a while. Find gem sell him to amir league or the championship. Whatever and then survive a few more years on math but maybe something. That's because you know you're not going to buy premier league team all they wanna do is fire you Lower division build a stadium. I think that would give me at least one year honeymoon period before they would start hating by american. By right you stupid yank yet all to you. Don't understand football. I'll get a lot of that. Actually you know. 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#120 House on Haunted Hill (1999) with Maria

Horror Soup

1:18:13 hr | 3 weeks ago

#120 House on Haunted Hill (1999) with Maria

"Yea definitely need to figure that out for sure because big bang later after dole right. Now we'll start sick and k ready. I just got into. I coughed cloth oft i coughed coughed. I coughed on your microphone. Okay ready ramming three do one. Hello everybody welcome to another episode of horse soup. It's the worst podcasts. In the fucking world so we talk about amityville unlike other movies and we'd like make everyone hate us because we the people like those movies and then we say we don't like them and then people get mad and that's how the show goes and that's how it's going to go today like definitely that's how long i don't see it going any other way your host caleb maria via and we're gonna talk about house on haunted hill from one thousand nine hundred nine. Let's talk about it i have. I'm excited talk about this because it's just like such a great movie but because going to be an interesting conversation. Yeah so thank you to anthony carreira for picking this on patron dot com slash horse soup if you also want to pick a movie go ahead and head over to pick a movie tier on patriot dot com and How it works. 'cause i don't think i've ever explained it on air. Maybe i have been on a while. You picked two movies. I pick one of those to watch and please don't give me like a three hour movie and it'll be like hey here's to four hour movies pick one because you're going to be banned from the pick of movie band you. I haven't done that to anyone yet but about us. It's never happened but if everyone if anyone ever goes. Hey here's to four movies. I'm immediately going to be like i. Don't wanna fucking money. How about this if you want to do to for our movies you have to be subscribed for two months and you're getting like you could double down and then you get double the time but otherwise to stick to two our even want you to talk about a movie that fucking long. Long as i've gone the movie is like two and a half hours or something which is still can lie but it was a fun movie. It was something. I want to cover. Say it was the house that jack bill. Okay so i was like. I mean it was hard to watch it. It's like longest book but it was like fuck involuntary movie. There are always interesting. So i was like okay like they just brought up and i was like. I'll do that one down for down beside guys. Just chill nice but anyway yeah house on haunted hill from nineteen ninety. Nine funny enough. This is a film directed by are not directed by. There's a film by dark castle entertainment so you probably don't recognize the name about right also once i mentioned some things about it. You're going to realize that you know stuff about them. I think this is like a company that i guarantee everyone knows at least two or three films from. I don't know they exist. Because they're kind of odd films so this movie and the two thousand one thirteen ghosts. Were the first movies to ever release under dr castle. Yeah it says something doesn't it. Yeah yeah yeah. We had some conversations about thirteen. Goes before there's nothing give you that fact. I'm glad you did it. I'm glad you saved it right now. 'save that part 'cause we have some we have some words about that. Yeah definitely have some words So yeah they released those and they went onto release titles like go ship. Gothica house of wax with paris hilton splice and orphan. Oh wow that's pretty. Those are like mainly the only notable ones i think most people would recognize But even crazier apparently and twenty twenty. It was announced that orphan. I kill as like underproduction right now. And it's with the same girl that was in orphan. They're using child doubles and like a bunch of stuff. Do i guess maker like still look like more of it. Yeah they're doing just like. I guess like last year because i saw the title i saw it on like production baba there wasn't a year so i was like okay. It this like did they announce this like right after the things that disappeared. But then i went on the i think it was on the wiki so i mean either on the wiki or the imdb but it said that they started talking about that in like twenty twenty talking about using prosthetics to make it look like it. So it's like pretty crazy man. Pretty fucking crazy dude. It was also written by a dude named dick bay bay bay. He had not done a lot and also like the director hasn't done a lot. Either is weird small production but he did right blair witch to book of shadows. I never watched that to be fair. But i fucking hate the blur. I heard the second is like dog. Shit i'm pretty sure really good. I refuse okay. I'm pretty sure. I heard it was bad but i don't know i wouldn't want you to not in. That's i refuse because yeah that's fair that's fair But it was directed by william malone. Who's done some of that freddy's nightmare. Tv show we talked about that like a couple episodes ago. I don't remember okay might And then he also did like an episode two. It tells from the crap which sorry He said inspired this episode. This this movie yeah. His episode of tells from crept was like a mental asylum thing so he said no. I don't think so that it was. I think it was an eighty nine episodes but it might have. I might have watched it. I don't know if we watch together. I didn't see which one it was. That doctor doctor. Dr not feel good saying he's into doctors. Talk okay. you're doing doctor. i get you get. Okay yeah but This movie come out and ninety nine and this hasn't direct anything since a movie called fear dot com in two thousand two which look like a familiar title. I don't know. I don't think i've ever seen that or like the cover. Looked a little familiar. Then fear dot com. It's all one word has just fair. dot com. I don't think i am db. I read that the main dude Geoffrey rush he wasn't supposed to resemble a vincent price. That was stephen price on this. Yes so the face you're making is so granted because the question you have in your head is why wouldn't they in. What the fuck where they're doing. Because i guess we say this for anyone doesn't know this is a remake of what was the original fifty nine fifty nine. I have no idea what you're not. You're not levi's. I think it's fifty nine but this is based off the. There's like a remake of the original house on haunted hill. And i don't get why they wouldn't make it basically because vincent price of the main dude in that so like you just just off of watching this movie and seeing do that. Looks like vincent price reading something that says there weren't trying to make. It look like amazon doing so. Apparently he wasn't trying to resemble him. He said okay. So like as an actor. I think i should resemble john waters and okay so for the video people again. I guess i could see that john waters. Of course okay so for people. That don't know i'm going to look him up real quick. And if you're watching this on youtube on the video version you'll be able to see this real quick. So this is john waters. And i'm gonna look vincent price now row quick because i mean like obviously they don't look super familiar. The mustache is the same. Like a lot of their demeanor. is the same. So like if you're doing something about vincent price and then you're trying to resemble vincent pro someone. That looks like anything like vincent price than you have a dude that also somewhat resembles a you just gonna come out looking like vincent price. Yeah so they said like they're were like oh well. I kind of like how you look like vincent price. So let's talk to them like wait dude like so. That's that movie you're making. What the fuck you like. So basically they picked to do that. Look like vincent price so they can model him exactly as the original and then try to play it off as a funny story like oh somehow we fell into vincent price like now dude. You were doing. Yeah new. you're doing man. And why would why were. They even trying to resemble john waters. I have no idea. Well i don't. I don't know if he had some kind of I mean here's a big hoorah guy. So i mean like maybe just for the like oh john just as far as i know didn't look far enough but i don't think he has any ties of this movie. I don't know whatever i don't know man okay. Do the word for lives stuff to talk about before we get into this a fucking shit so immediately. The house on haunted hill starts out with some mad scientist. Dude guy cutting into some psycho and immediately like What did i write right here. Dude i think i was like going crazy right when this movie started. Because like the way awarded. This does not even make. I'm not even gonna try. I'm gonna go into. I'm gonna go ahead and just explain it. Because i know happen. Pretty much the criminally insane. Just start like popping out they start going buck wild because it's cutting into this crazy guy and everyone else just like what the fuck and then they pop out and start killing a bunch of people and this one i like Fell off on the kill counts. Like i think in the end i land ten eleven or some shit like that and i counted like six in this beginning thing and i'm pretty comfortable with that number but also there were like flashing around the law and showing different people that i hadn't seen before didn't keep calling i should have. I think it was like six. That's my guess. Okay but i don't know but yeah they pretty much kill a bunch of people and then the original mad scientist. He had stabbed through the side of the neck with like cool. Cool actually like. I'm not gonna lie. This movie had some pretty decent kills and like some cool like aesthetic shots and whatnot but beside that like this movie is nothing story fucking. That's the best way to put it. It's fucking could describe. It is pure fucking. It's really hard to keep up with. I finished it and we talked about it a little bit before we got into this just the things that were confused on. I just wanted to clarify some things. Because i'm like okay. I need to know. Can you explain this to me and that to me because don't want to talk about it and then like i literally have no idea what's happening law you. Do you know the funny thing is the first thing to like. Can you explain this to me. And i was like. There's no fucking way i can. I was like we can watch together. We could try to figure this out together. But i cannot wish i watched this with you so you could explain to me and i was like dude. I would have been no help whatsoever. I'm glad though because i was like fog. We're gonna talk about this. And i'm not gonna have a a thing to say because i don't i genuinely don't know and there wasn't a lot of funny dial dialogue either. There wasn't any funny dialogue. I feel like they barely spoke. They more like just looked at each other and gave each other context clues doing would still like no context clues main girl the girlfriend of price. That was the fucking That's the. That's the love interest in billy madison as the teacher and billy madison. Never billy madison dude. Every every character in this movie. Is someone funnier notable and another movie like i can tell you right now in my notes identical like anyone by the name of their regular name. It was like the fucking jeffrey combs. Of course anybody comes in jeffrey combs. And then i was like the fucking hot teacher from Happy gilmore and then fucking and then ted moseley for say something else a second ago. Not we'll wait. No yeah billy mas accident. It's okay no. Yes so. The teacher from billy madison and then fucking jed mosely from how i met your mother. He's one of the to just looking chris. Remember his last down somewhere. But chris something else chattanooga the one. You're talking about the one familiar madison. I recognize her. She really she used to be really big. She liked amazing in this movie. I'll give her that really gorgeous and whoever did her makeup and was in charge of her costume like she looked fucking gorgeous. Few women that looked gray in nineteen. Well nine never mind. Never mind. That was signed. This feels like a two thousand three to two thousand seven movie but also like the fact that it came out in one thousand nine kind of weird to me. Like i know it's close but that also means that it was shot and probably ninety eight or ninety seven. You know when. I watched it. I knew it was nine hundred ninety nine. But you're completely right. It didn't feel like we know what it is. What all these movies are. Carbon copy of each other like splice orphan like house of wax. This go ship all those like they all feel like the same movie you think so does the fact that you named all those like you know i. I don't think i will put ghost ship gothica and no not even housing wacked output like ghost ship and gotha and a few others like kind of in that round as far as like orphan and splice and house of wax and house on haunted hill thirteen ghosts. They're all one in the same like orphan Orphan is a little different higher tier but like still feel in the aesthetic to the movie. And the witch sean and just like you know just the i give like thirteen. Ghosts and house of wax is very. Yeah same fucking movie. Yeah just different. Setting thirteen goes not even different setting. I will argue that. This they use the same i was. I wasn't even mention it. Because i'm like okay. Maybe i'm reading too into it. Maybe i don't want to compare it to something else but literally like it literally was like i'm watching. Thirteen goes for like thirteen. Goes to or something that spinning thing we watched. I swear to god that was the same sensor same same the storyline the storyline similar. Like okay if they just put fucking Tony shalhoub and it would have been the same movie from monk anyway. We then introduced to. What's so funny too. I didn't realize this guy's name was steven price for the longest time. I just kept calling him price. Because i i was like you know what they just played. I thought they were doing a meta thing and there were like. Oh it's vincent price in this. Instead of like vincent price playing a character. I thought it was just him but he was stephen price. You catch that. It wasn't even steven. That was the only thing like i mean. If that shit that that was a carbon copy of just vincent bryson house on haunted. Santa goes back to what he said beginning what they did is they just call them. I don't remember what his name was in the original house on hill. Maybe it was stephen. And maybe that's a shout to that. But i said i'd be like oh the last name prices. Shout of enterprise. Like yeah no fucking shit dude. Huge thanks guys. Yeah fuck you kidding. I just kept calling him price though. Because i didn't cut his price like yeah it's fine. It's fine so we get introduced to him and then he this is. I mean there's so many strange things in this business strangest because it never comes back. There's a lot of things never come back. Fuck is he the owner of amusement park. We just talk about that for a little bit. And what the fuck was happening all teary rollercoaster. And what did that have to fuck and do absolutely anything. There's some reporters journalists. And they're hanging out with vincent or steve steven price price. And they're like dude. So you're amusement park has been in the news a few times because pre dangerous and blah blah. We're here to check up on everything and these form around. He brings them into an elevator. And it's like a death elevator but it turns out. There's a screen on the bottom. And i was watching it. I was like why. Vincent price like fucking charlie and the chocolate factory right now. Like why is he willy. Wonka going up in the fucking style. Elevator glass elevator. I'm like you're just doing so funny and the chocolate factory charlie and the chocolate factory. That had that was charley right. The had that big old glass flying elevator is the first. The first one in. Charlie is the more modern one. That's one thing that really because it was so glass and so high tech. I almost feel like had been like. I wouldn't even. I don't know because i always. I always mix the two okay. The wonka is like i mean it. Obviously the lighting's worse and it's older it's like more tungsten blue lighting. He has the curly blond hair. And charlie and the chocolate factory is johnny depp with the balka. Yeah i don't remember which one which movie was in. I think it's charlie okay. Charlie's a second okay. I used to always get them confused but then at now someone told me they were like okay. So charlie and the chocolate factory. Charlie as the kid you know walkers grownups a walk as johnny depp and then in walken at the the originals wonka and the chocolate factory. Because that's you know it's not johnny. Depp is now in the factory literally. I think i've found that out failure. But i was like fifteen or something but i already watched the movie so many times never got it and then when someone told me i was like oh that makes it easy. I don't know why okay so anyway. That's what was happening. It was looking charleena. So he's scaring them. He was just like Got you bitch. And then they go in that fucking you know. That was the incredible hulk right. No the the amusement rides legit filming people on the way they use like some cgi to like make. It look like they were fucking with. What the same freaked me out when they were like. Oh my god like remo. Breast leg removed the mar- they're like oh we're going to die in that he put it back to you things for the trauma worst amusement park zero fucking ten that they're gonna frigging thing they're going to die to be one of those those places like focus you and you have to sign a waiver. That's why it's like you should give a fuck and warning and imagine it goes wrong. Oh god whatever. I don't wanna think because it doesn't fucking shoes so funny because all that roche coche happens it ends never comes back. I'm just going to say that. And that's it and then all of a sudden so of them. One of the us along came on. I was like ooh brian was like what the fuck are you an like. I don't know if that's exactly my shirt abroad. Does the fuck out of it. I just realized. I'm wearing a fucking manson and rob zombie. Sure but let's cross out. Adam crossed out the man's oh both let's be fair. Oh you own life rose. Hi fuck fucking love them. I love them. Love three from one three from hell. Yeah that's a bad alleged abroad. We just covered all three of those dude. I obsessed. I wanna scream soon. We'll do next time we do. Rob zombie will bring us. Oh because then. I'm just bringing up on a third person. That's going to gush over here by you know penalty for people to be going to happen. It's nothing new. I bet you go on. I don't want to talk about it you just. I'm wearing a morbid shirt right now. I'm now mad at him shirts today. By the way. I'm wearing didn't know what to support anyone sports. I'll be getting rob. You're a cool guy. I just don't like thing i like. I feel like people think that. I really hate rob zombie and into be fair. I don't give myself a good backup to that. Don't hate the guy like he's cool. He's a nice guy like every interview. I've seen with him. He seems like a pretty nice dude sometimes a little us a little. What i like. the guy. just don't like his movies or his music to be fair. I actually. i've been trying to figure out which one i hate more and it's really hard. I really don't like his music. And i it but i'm i'm not going to just feels route conversation that i need to hear. So he's sitting in a fancy business businessman table and that's playing heads over to all these people that are driving over to the house on haunted hill. And that's really like it took fifteen minutes for this movie to feel remotely four. Can we talk about him. Talking on the phone with i blinked. I didn't fucking care okay. They were talking about like she wants to have a party or something and like. Hey we're going to people making the list blah blah blah. We'll come to find out that the list was made by the house. Is this just amityville. But it didn't make sense. And that's why i wanted to talk about. It makes sense but it's killing me okay. Because he's like. I'm gonna shred the list but he's telling her that have nowhere else to go with because it doesn't get excited. That's the thing you explain something about this. Well okay but that okay. That's what confused me. Because all right i'll i'll i'll fast forward but i don't even know how to explain it. Just set up to bring any house thing. Where like you know like you said it's kinda like you know clue and shit like that like that's your though but it's like was supposed to be a party for her birthday party like why i can't answer that okay gone. Go goff's us so one of those people that are showing up is no then chris caton. That's the guy. I was talking about earlier. He's one of the mayor maynard your main lining fucking wine. Jed moseley's the guy. That totally wasn't ted most be in the wedding bride. Which is a movie within a movie and met your mother movie within a movie. That's when a did you watch your mother. I watched some episodes. That's he was going to order. If i remember right the stella season he was with st. No it was the season after. Because there's a stellar season. And then he was supposed to marry stella and then he got left at the altar and then the stella started dating this guy. This do she guy Her her she started dating her baby. Daddy and then he made a movie about ted like about about stella leaving ted at the altar de guy even though like the the real story was that the dude was a piece of just got fucked over and then he made the movie and it was like no. This isn't about you. But then ted goes to watch the movie like with a date. And they're like jed mosely is basically like south park remember. They're like rats carrot. Jed mosely is and you would never know that the other guy was the better. Why do i not know that money. No i don't think i watched that now. I think that's the video people. That's this guy right here. that's chris. Caton jed mosely right here. And that's all. I'm going to call him for the rest of this episode. So he pulls up. And then bridgette wilson sampras and how to pronounce her last name. It's like sam process sampras. Sim p. r. a. s. but That's in veronica von aka. The hot teacher that billy madison fell in love with in billy madison I'm gonna show her onscreen right now to doesn't help the audio people but as her her imdb pictured is not. You're justice like they put like the worst picture are up on. Imdb bad it's kinda like yeah. She's so much british. Isn't that really pretty. Because that and then we also have Yeah a little bit. But she smells nicer gorgeous. Smile but that pictures weird. Yeah really just did not do just as did it. And then we have. Ali lardner from final destination resin evil legally blonde and of course she was in obsessed that fucking one beyond say movie. Were about that fucking movie. Only saw parts of it i never. I never saw it in theaters. I wanted to fighting the seemed funny. But then i it would come on. Tv and parts of it. But i never saw a two two and a half hours or some shit. I don't know i've only. I've only seen at one time. But i remember enjoying it could be pretty long on tireless share. So anyway those people show up a few other people show but We'll talk about them in a little bit. They don't do much right now. So there's this haunted house for all of five minutes before the stained glass like on the ceiling blows up like literally blows up. Okay why did blow up there. I'm gonna going to go back to a murder. Not party like she how she had a guest list and he's like the guest list and then she shows up right super addressed looking q. Even shoes like where the fuck is everyone. Like what what's going on. And then that happens like it blows up and what i show up to like the shore. The bad girls club. And you're the first person airing allegra same all right. Well well fuck in. The glass fell and that funding dude saved her but when that happened she was instantly. Like oh my god like what the fuck is going on. What did you do to price right. So like was she not in on it. And what the fuck did they have to do. She was just playing the game. I think okay that makes sense you just acting like she didn't know it's going okay. Very believable only one thing. We do kind of twisted her pretty well. You know. I mean she did seem a little crazy but at the same time it was like okay. I guess schauble on. But it's just so weird because like okay fine. That's the answer. She was playing the part right like. Oh i'm confused. I don't know what's going on. But what the fuck does price to do with it. Then the whole time shot joe. Well he doesn't. It's the remember this amityville. The house is controlling. everything is not also amityville movie. This amityville thirteen ghosts right. But kim was here honestly like that's something that made me sad about. When i was watching it i was like it would have been great. If like i knew that this watch this a few days before. I watched it like an hour before we did this so like if i watched it a few days before i literally a message and i would've been like watch this get on zoom. Call while we're doing this is this is a fucking movie. This is thirteen. Goes dick yetlis dude. So they just enough flies. That's the only thing but the walls bleed like tub. What this talk about that. Jaw beer fest. Landfill landfill gets con- this giant beer tub. And i was like this is literally the size of that beer beer. Where'd you get all that fucking blow you telling me that haunted house. Got this blood here. Whose blood is that. I didn't even know that was blood. I assumed it was she talked about. I was really mad because they came back out of it. And she's talking price and she's like. Oh yes so. He fell in blood over there. What the fuck is going on. But she doesn't like question why there's a giant vacuum blood she's just like why did he fall into your blood and i'm like why don't you question why he didn't even catch that dude. I was seething over that. I was so confused. So yeah glass. Shards almost kill everyone one chick especially remember who she almost gets killed. It might have been was that was that evelyn was his wife. That almost gets killed. I think she was just playing the part When the glass shards what right next to someone's face okay. Yes she's just playing the part so after that price is gonna walks in he goes. You guys nearly died already see you later. And then prices this thing with With evelyn and she's also she's jean grey in the x. Men movies because that you pronounce that as jon greg. Yeah her name is name is a genus jensen. My phone auto corrected dance. And i don't know actual name and i don't think it's dance so just going to say her last name genesis. It's franck denison. I don't know if it's frankie but it looks like it's franca. i phone. autocorrect a dance. Franck not great name. Don's genucel do on the wrong with my frong. So he randomly gets annoyed and he says some stuff about like you. Just fuck everyone around town near like jim jones. Because you put shitting people's cool eight and i was so good. That was the only funny dialogue in the movie because it was the only thing that was out of pocket. Yeah you heard all that right like nobody say. You're like charlie manson. Who's on the do. He said like some other like hillary was like. You're like fucking charlie. Manson and jim jones shit. She was like well got away with it was like right now. All the dialogue went like this also makes sense. They never talked about that again. I was like so. She's just because they and they kept bringing up serial killers throughout the whole beginning of gonna say the movie. Oh certainly remember in the beginning. Now that's all would bring in all. Okay we'll maybe this has something to do with like i don't know what i was. So fucking jed mosely immediately tried to leave because they're like all right so we're gonna play this game in The game is you gotta be alive at the nine. You get a million dollars. He was like fuck this. I'm out because he's like you're free to leave now. Exactly which does happen in the original too. So i mean that's really literally the second thing that's like the original lay them driving there then him saying let's play a game and that's talking that's it. That's the only thing you're going gonna get. Maybe i'm not remembering. There isn't allah enough but i swear to fucking god when i watched that shit. Last year there was none of this. I watched to vary longtime ago a one time once last year. Oh sorry. I don't get in speech but i don't know as soon as i watched this movie. Everything that i knew about original movie like did this. Was it just me or did this movie make you think you're insane like do you think that you'd never seen the original before literally i was like way. Is this even what i like. Is this even. Am i thinking about the right movie. Because i was really confused and even the way it started and then it kept going going out like honestly. I don't know what to expect. I don't know what's happening. I kinda want to cover the original next week just to see like if i'm really not remembering so maybe they did a little more likely. We knew that was coming eventually. We knew it was happening. Looking stand is not the greatest. But i'll fix it soon by. It was just really fucking weird. So dell's them. You know all that and then the doors start closing and then he goes back to his friends. He's like were you close the door and i want you to do that and then like i didn't do it. The house did it. And what the fuck. And who's that guy was. He liked producer of the house. He he's the one that his dad or something built a house. Very am i remembering that. Moseley does doesn't computers. Oh no that wasn't was just a random guy. Some other okay. That right there is what fucking confuses me you see. And i'm gonna keep bringing this up on the house in the valley so this is why i'm also so confused like i think my my questions are answered then like a another thing so if that was her little plan right the girl. What's her name. The main the what the wife of priced. evelyn evelyn. If her if her plan was to get people there and you know that whole thing that she had planned What the fuck was prices plan. I don't think he had one literally but he was the one telling the guy to play a game. You think that's what it was like him with them. I don't know. I don't. I'm trying see that's why i want to watch the original because i remember like more visuals from the original. I don't remember the plan. Like i remember the house. I remember the million dollars. Remember why he brought the little details like that like the intricate shit. Just weird of like okay. We'll if she has something to do what the fuck do you have to do with it. And if you have something to do with it then what the fuck you know. Really weird evelyn's plotting blackburn. That one guy that's like a fucking her whatever on the low he's plotting and it's an amityville house perfect. that's yeah. I think that covers everything right. Well said yeah. Beth okay. So yeah. he's trapped now. Nfl like a. Would you rather movie for a little bit late. Who's trapped Jed mosely as everyone else because the door is closed and the now i felt like it was going to be like would you rather because i was like all right. Jeffrey combs trapped in. They're gonna play a game. They gotta survive. I was like would you rather but unfortunately we don't see every at all. We see him three times on screen for about thirty seconds each. It's only three times. Yeah the beginning and two-time does not really even like ghost him. It's always goes to him because he's a ghost but it's like more just not there at all and it's a really fast like he's kinda just staring at us from the background that's all he's doing now. It's kind of weird. Yeah that's all. He's doing because. Jeffrey combs the reason. I was excited to watch this. I am even looking remember. We were sitting down religion. Should we cover next. And then we saw the picture of like every and we're like do this little explicit sick like tell ya this one but i still think it was probably more fun than the other. Pick your different. The other one was a more serious movie. This kind of just random weird. Yeah but he was only on the fucking screen for like three times in the beginning in the middle and then the end right but it wasn't even significant not the beginning. He came in first time like fifty two minutes in and then he came in ten minutes later and then at the end. Oh well there you go. Yeah so it's kind of like. When i finally saw him like fifty two minutes. Then i was like fuck. Yeah now time. For jeffrey combs movies going to get good right now and then he never came around again really and i was like all right so as movies. Still fucking sucks. Why did anything so they just started seeing a bunch of lake fucking little figures dead baby statues and shit and like weird stuff and the group keeps traveling through the house and they find some like electroshock room and then nothing interesting happens for at least ten minutes and then eddie and hot teacher from billy madison. Get a little flirty. And then he accuses her of not being who she is and then she or and then he disappears and then that's when she finds him in that like tabloid. Oh that was weird. Because she he was like okay. Was it like a ghost that pretended to be him to lure her the way they did it. It looked like he got possessed. I jumped into it. But i guess they just he just disappeared and then the ghost just like made a ghost of him he jumped in and then he walked up while she was like bagging. The blood trying to get him out. He's like the fuck you doing. Yeah she's like. I knew you were wherever. I knew i said entrusted fill like what the fuck trust. You mean like you jumped into attleboro. He's suicidal dude. He's having like scary when you looked into his eyes. Follow his like what are you talking about. His eyes were like the color of the ring. Light up and you like what is wrong. We follow you fucking psycho. And then that's when they go back and they're just like why would he fall in blood and they don't mention the fact that jerry. I'm a blood so another one of the blonde jokes goes down to the experiment basement with a camera and i'm not sure if that was supposed to be like well. It was an actual camera. But i i was like. Is this like a ghost camera or something like that. You could just see ghost through that so funny. Bring that up because i thought the same thing for like way. In the whole time. I thought it was like she was trying to catch. Goes shot and she saw the ghost. She was just watching a recording in the ghost. Trolling the right people in it and it was like the stuff that happened early in the movie. That whole like the mental patients killing each other and blah blah blah killing the doctors. And then yeah just kind of start turning out or looking at her and then she gets destroyed lets you basically just blows up and blood. And then we don't see her until later and then we see her like on the wall like her titties cut off and she's just like carefully placed in different spots on the wall like tools. Did you see the body though. There was like a body on the wall and it was like the boob was cut off the arms were severed and shit and it was her body from earlier because when we remember when they go back into the room they like and like we don't see her die we see her go. Oh yes assume something bad probably happened and then like literally it just cuts over to some people and they hear her scream and then they're like oh she's dead and then you cut over and then you just see the blood on the floor. And that's not yeah. Yeah they're like she couldn't just have disappeared. They're falling okay now. We see her like the last fifteen minutes of the movie. It wasn't to be fair. It was like kind of a background check. It was kind of focused on it but not to focus and we'll look pretty fast. Maybe i didn't know it was her something. That's why i didn't know. Probably because i mean the only reason i knew it was her is because i was actively wondering where her body went If i if. I didn't have that on my mind. I wouldn't have known because literally it's like and i'm going to bring back to amityville kim coming to amityville recently like this guy guys hand destroy a garbage disposal not cut off but like split into pieces and then later there's like a pipe guy in there and fucking like hand comes out like a little plastic mannequin doll hand with like nails and shit but it was also a guy and it was obviously like a female and that comes out and it was all intact and we're like what the fuck so like. I kind of had that all mind kind of felt like that. Because when i saw i didn't put two and two together whatsoever and then kim was like yeah. That was his hand. I was like oh my god. You're right because it was like. I didn't put two and two together because it looks so ridiculous out of place. It's not something you put together unless you think about. That's what that was right there like. That was the only dead body that was missing in the movie and it was a female body so i just put to doing then actually no. I didn't see blonde hair but it was just like a light. A light like really white girl were really only cool to fuck else. would it be to be. Yeah there's no way. I would have no no. I don't think you saw her face either because if it was just her body the whole time like even even when it was showing people like i will the whole time. Like who the fuck is who the fuck because So every time they would show like something like that. It'd be like some shit happens. Yeah that's pretty much. So yeah that all happened. She died and then after she does they gather up they find her and then everyone gets pissed off at price and she screams about like something just really not important and she shoots a few shots off like this. Another funny thing is into the really funny thing about this movie. How often did they just pull out their gun. To assert dominance three times. If i remember. I'd say at least five really if not more because you know what i thought you meant just in the south park episode. Where are kelly and tom. Cruise are trapped in the positive. Tom cruise and then he's like and then i pull out my gun talk like they were literally. Just be talking so casualty. It'd be like not right now. Look this electroshock girl is trapped in the basement and she's strapped to the little chair. Oh my god thinking scaring me instead of you bury me with that. Like dude issue is killing me and were a few times to like someone was just like hanging around. They'd never pulled out a gun before and then someone was in like just felt like a little uneasy and they just pull out a gun. They'd be here. Take this one in this movie. Fucking gun in their pocket like shit so stupid and they wouldn't even do anything with it all just have it and they just be like hey focused in then they put it away. I just really remember evelyn price. And there's like oh not right now maybe another maybe later. The only person whoever shot the gun and actually did something was looking. Billy madison teacher. Yeah she's fucking chief shot up dude. He came up all sad. He's like her and bleeding. He's like an old mahindra's crying. He's like please help me like dude. I honestly felt so bad for him when she was so. You know what's going on behind closed doors and you're killing it man. I guess she didn't know because right before the spinning thing and he was being like a little schedule and they were all you folks and he is the guy who invited them. They're so like there's some stuff going on but like it was it was just so fucking funny like just looking at it as like a third party like an old man. You thought that he was telling everyone right. Thought because i think okay so what happened. We were like going to go ahead and we'll but blackburn died because we find out that him and evelyn or hint cahoots because this is like. I guess it's around that time things happen. I guess in a second but like evelyn is in cahoots with blackburn. She basically dies and then comes back to life because They faked her death and he like injector with some shape. He basically stopped her heart rate so that they would think she was dead and all but also she was coughing up blood. So that's weird. She should have been okay. Whatever disconnect nor that so they're and then he gets killed by avalon because she's like fucked as double cross step staff and then he's dead and then the body staged by the amityville house. I guess what else did it was it her. I thought she was okay. So maybe that's something that actually happened by people so the body staged which also but also Yeah you know what i do that. But it's elaborate. It's gonna be in blackburn. Was going to kill vincent price. They were going to blame it on something else and then she was like fuck this. I'm gonna kill you saying that. Vincent price killed you and then kill him. Yeah she thought he was in being careful enough like well. We need another body so that it's believable and bam. So that's all set up for that. And then he goes out he goes in the blackburn sets them into that whole spinney thing a while. He's in that fucking spinney. Thirteen ghosts thing. The other people are pretty much coming to the conclusion that prices doing everything. Yeah it was just like a whole double triple cross. Yeah and then finding his body in that thing. It's like when i was here so she didn't know what was going on but in reality he didn't do shit and he got super fucked not to life. It was hard to do this too because even beside like all the weird shit going on people kept dying coming back and i was like you must fucker like stop. You get like once in a movie. You can't do it like three five hundred views me a lot. 'cause price wouldn't die right fucked up. He got no he did die but remember he came back like you died and then he's like not in this house. The house is making the rules. The house is alive. So i guess the house just brought us up kid. I'm excited bullet holes. So i think the house just for like to play with him because Confusing me so so now. It's a whole fifty four minutes in the movie. This is what we see. Jeffrey combs and i was like all right. I see his mustache. And i'm like fuck. Yeah dude like. I know what you did last summer to all over again like i'm ready for this was not a hotel clerk and i was pretty sad about. That was so the creepy. A doctor doctor. So bunch of blue lightning starts popping up inside of the house and then again someone's like electroshock they just keep saying electroshock they'll let's go to electroshock room and they find a woman actively being electroshock shocked which is pretty fucking funny. You remember when that check was just on the book and little things. She's just like she's just fucking. I know it happened but my brain is not letting me picture if you imagine like just like a kid's definition of someone getting electrocuted. That's what was happening chooses bouncing all and it happened for like two minutes straight and there's just who we do we do in those. Evelyn was laying there and then she started coughing. S just like. I remember dead. She did all that and start leaving out of her mouth. That's why should the acting. She's a good actor. She just comes up. She's like act acting now this soul fucking obscure and random but For anyone watches talk comedy. Podcast like your mom's house to thompson gura. I think you watch a little bit right. No no okay brian. Maybe i know he watches. Thompson gra So they have this clip. Where it's actually wasn't your mom's house. Bears one k with bert kreischer. And he's talking to him and like they had this whole joke about like. When bert was leaving for a while ago shoot he was like are. They had jennifer ashton thing. You meet jennifer aniston when gonna you better fucking call me or something or do or hold off like you can't do that without me. And then he was. Tom was doing joke off of that. And he's like so. I like jennifer aniston fucking shit. And he's like talking to him he's like yes. I met her. And i'm like standing in the doorway and she's like hey. Do you know ross. And he's like yeah friend shows. She's like oh yeah. Do you know phoebe and just like keeps going on like dino. He keeps walking back and forth and like he finally gets inside. She's like do you know chandler and he's just like yan. She's a psych stop for a minute like his stops. He's like what the what the fuck you doing. What are you doing on what is happening. She's like acting that really fuck no longer he sold a so well to in burke rush like are you fucking sold sold. He loves doing what i was just like. Fuck it happen. That's worth acting every time i think Probably monica no acting good. Have you watched rupaul's drag race only a few episodes but i did start watching recently. 'cause i got paramount plus okay. This one queen would seasons are good. Because i start on season one and it's kind of boring. Yeah it's really so it's hard to just goes. Not relatable is just different. I guess now because text me later. And i'll tell you which one but there's a susan one or susan to there. Was this one queen. I feel really bad. That i forgot her name. But i have to show you the clip later because it's like when they're in the back all of them are talking and they just got judged or whatever by rupaul and the judges and their to queens are like going off about something right and then one of them is like just in the background. And everyone's like what the fuck is happening. And she was like acting acting acting like what the fuck is happening. Yeah you have to watch it. Because that's the first thing that probably were held up acting. I think electroshock electroshock we completely changed. This is okay. So he's pretty devastated about his wife's death and then someone goes seaman. The damn house apprentice like our price prince and princess here now with his beard. Beautiful birds gorgeous. It's not the house is the damn ghost. Isn't that the same fucking thing. It's the ghost in the house of anything and then a very serious question. No he didn't say that did he. Said is that it's not the house and it's not the goal has to be one of you. You're right you know. i think. I wrote that down too fast. I think he was like. It's not the houses the ghost. But i think it was just like to. I could be wrong. Am i not have no. I think you're right actually. Ninety nine percent of the right now giddy. And i didn't feel excited. Maybe not in those words but i know was something like just like that. Okay i guess one. Our end was cool because we saw some boobs. We saw boobs actually pretty early onto then. We saw more. Visit these amount of boobs in this. I remember seeing boobs again. Yeah remember we actually watch the clip in my garage before we started when all that crazy shit going on. We saw that clip is just like you might underwater some shit. You know those things that people doing like the Like put like a hooks and they're back in like hang themselves. Look kind of like one of those things right. Oh well the other girl that was underwater. Talk okay okay. Oh you mean that chick that was like she was like a mermaid human which was underwater and she had a mouth for face with hair on top of her head. The notice that that underwater chick had no is no knows anything it was just a giant open mouth and then hair on it. It was kind of freaky. I like you know what it was like for. A split second was not that long. Okay yeah i do. But i would really what the fuck was happening there. I don't know and then that girl that was underwater where the blood came out of her mouth. Do you remember that that really confused me. I didn't know there was that there was on a watch. Check with the mouth and the hair. There was two random checks that would just sit in a room. they start bleeding. And it's all black and white one check on the chains and there's some dude that look like a mix of thirteen goes how razor character seen bite. He had like almost like the brace head kind of thing. Yeah yeah that really. I don't know what to say about that. Yes watched on the screen. Had no relevance made no fucking sense. It's just like boom. Here's this yeah. I'm sure they brought it up for a reason. But i don't know what they were trying to do. I don't think there was a reason. I think it was just for aesthetic. I don't know i'm not sure. Shit dude was the movie where literally just turned into thirteen. Goes there was a skinny thing within this thing exactly. Well they bro. Is this just like thirteen. Goes to where it's going and then at that point i already knew i know how this is going to. Then you're looking at that girl with the mouth open. Pretty wide fit everything. Asshole my balls. My swallow me fucking thank. You can just take it. And then all the sudden guy named blackburn. He's paid by peter gallagher. He just starts making out with and groping the dead body of evelyn. And we're like. I was so do some fucking like a like some necrophilia ship. What was happening. It was weird. Like head cold. Yeah that's what i was like. He's about a fuck this dead body but then you know we talked about it. Yeah some whole double trip across. So now she's revised. She wants her husband dead. She stabs blackburn. We already talked about all that. And also the entire movie to realize that. That guy black peter gallagher. He's a cop on svu. He's in like twenty five episodes. He's in a lot of episodes of law and order. I don't recognize or do you watch us view. I used to let me fuck in. Show you this guy right now because you actually might recognize them once i show you him because he does not look the same In the movie as he doesn't as view like at all. So this is peter gallagher Let me find fuck. Fuck fuck okay. Oh you know what. I know this guy. He's sittin movies yeah. He's in a lot of stuff. But peter gallagher a different. Okay so let me show you him as i already. Yeah okay. so this is him when he's in a suit on the show he's like literally one of the main cop guys collaborate with him. Yeah when he's always take the scene of the crime he looks but also he was. You gotta remember. This is like ten fifteen years before his roles in view so he did look. He was a lot younger in this movie because he was in i saw now using american beauty is in a bunch of show. Yeah yeah it. Took me the whole. Because i was looking at him. I was like look for me but he also like he wasn't a big character. And i think it was because they were trying to make him the sketchy guys like low key to think about him too much. Not the focus was on him for realized. I was like talking cool so he died. His death was pretty lacklustre but the way they set up his body was pretty cool. Fell down i love the the body just pops out and then the doors open and then through the window and then in the back you just use fucking head like just chilin so i don't remember exactly how i do remember mr price. So he ended up in that spinney thing we talked about and that's when he walks up to evelyn. And then you know. Oh no no evelyn. The hot chick from the teacher from billy madison she blows. It destroys them. Let's focus that. Didn't she find his the other guy's body they all do okay. She saw him alone and she was. Yeah okay so now. I started to get a little annoyed. Kill count wise because this is when they started coming back over a fucking over again and then like it's so weird because evelyn is like fucking with him talking to his. She's like well should have done better. Now you're fucking dead stupid. Oh my god and then he gets and starts choking her. I'm like okay zombie. Whatever and then he's like. I'm gonna fucking kill you bitch. Gp's shit blah blah blah and he starts being the fuck out of her and he throws her through a wall and then this is so funny. Because like i don't know what a call like. It's like an aunt demon like a bunch of ants or like some sand or something. It's like a demon right at the end man. It's like a mix of characters. Like i don't know characters fucking paranormal activities or some shit for the darkness with kevin bacon and then it just started popping up and then we're because he was literally telling her two seconds ago he was talking. Murray thought i was gonna now going to bitch and fucking but then right when the coming up. He's like get away get away. Wasn't your goal to kill her. Like why are you mad about thing killing her when you wanted to kill her. You know what so weird Going back again but those phone call with them. You know how you say you really remember it. It sounded like they were very happy right like over like fifty million when he was like you fucked. Everyone obviously knows it. That's right that's right autumn all the time we find out pretty soon that she is so. Yeah okay okay. Literally fucking everyone around town like clarifying that because i was like why did they flick and make them hate each other once they were at the house. But you're right when she's in that room. That's when we see the body from earlier it's on the wall in that room that that wall he threw it was fucking And then that. Cgi fucking like bat or something starts popping up on the screen though dude. It was like a ghost. That sandina didn't like a stupid fucking cab morphing into like. Oh yeah yeah yeah. You're right no you're right and then like faces start popping out of talking to him and then like Vincent price runs over to the door with arrest the do dr hesitate to open it. Because they're like wait. Wise vincent price talk and he just got explore like you just blew the fuck and unfortunately for jed mosely he opens the door at the wrong time and then he gets just eight by the sand now. The sand demon has jed mosely Sand demon ghost tries to eddie in the end and Eddie he's the other actor that we didn't talk about He is played by take digs. And what is he and actually. I haven't really seen him anything. I'm not gonna lie. He is in row. I fucking hate that love chicago. I've never seen equilibrium. I might have seen biggest things on alien dibs. I wish. I never watched the movie rent. Because i don't know what song was don song. I don't know what is the color blue is. Another plug is the best song ever bars. Bars z. him but then price leaps in front of the sand demon and turns into spiderman at the end of game. Anyway they're off to the side. He's like tony good. A it's not any gets trapped inside of the house and then he starts talking to the ghost that it has. Jeffrey combs trapped inside of him. He's like guys jeffrey. Your things are going on bad then reminded me like you know where the fuck is jeffrey. What i saw him again. I was like wait. Where were you. I know we brought up earlier. But i'm a bring it up again. Why was he going after price because he was the only one that was seeing him. We'll because at one point in the movie prices. And you're like this fucking old doctor is following me. Everyone's like shut the fuck up price. What are you talking about ones. That's literally just jeffrey combs character. He's the dude that prices basically hallucinating. Then eddie sees in a sand demon at the end. Yeah yeah do not want more generally calling me really sad like give me more fucking herman to or herbert lewis. Come on dude. Every time he came up he looks so cool. And i wish they did. Put him herbert lewis. That's his name. Animated really isn't it. It's no herbert west herbert west. I think i think. That's a herbert west as ed lewis. I don't know why but west sounds a lot better to me. You know now myself now. Fucking looking at it up Very tied with names. Let's see focus on. Yeah there we go herbert west. Yeah okay there we go. I said louis louis from okay anyway. So the movie ends with bill and masses wife and edie watching the sunset and this shit secret in stupid because they they they want and so much that. There's so much to unpack right here. Though they find envelope with all of the checks jaw and they're made out to cash so like you can just like what six million dollars to them like. Fuck dude six million dollars and they're laughing segel's laugh and then eddie's like that was one kick ass party. I'm like that's what you have to say about this. What do you mean dude fuckin- money just on worst night ever money. He does have three dollars now if he's splitting it. I feel like they're going to turn on each other as return of house on haunted hill. I wonder it's probably just other people in the house. So it's still just amityville. I wonder what happened. Dumb like dueling each other joust. What if it's army of darkness. They go back in time in their jousting on horses and then asked shows up could happen. So he's like kick ass party and she's like how are we going to get down from here and then it zooms out there on top of like the fucking leaning tower appeasers. Some shit was. I don't get did the house blow up like a fucking island house on the. I don't know what happened. I don't know because it literally looked at the beach. Dot blew my fucking mind. I thought they were at the beach. I didn't even think because there's yeah at this point. My mind was already so i was like. I don't know what's happening anymore so now that you brought that up. I didn't even realize like other thought. The house wiring the beach. Poltergeist with the house. aide itself. Yeah but even you know even then like why are you. Where the segel's the the water in the back like what must have been a scenic area. I think there was done kills for about. I can't tell you if there was six kills in the beginning. If i got that right. I think will only four of them that well. Let's see wait. Chris died Blackburn died the one. 'blanche died vincent price died right. Yeah he died in the Died died there weren't any other people there though. Actually somebody there was only five people. There mean they got five million dollars. That was the to blonde jokes. Black burn There was chris including themselves jets. Then who is it was just two guys. Two girls right. We're just two guys two girls. Fuck no i just thought it was three guys three guys. Three guys two girls okay. So those five people died because there's two left in the end so five people died. And then so i think eleven kills if there were six in the beginning. I'd say there was about five or six games in the beginning. So it's between like ten and eleven kills. I think eleven. I feel confident saying eleven and then we had. I'd say i think three sets of boobs. But i think for between three and four definitely more than three because probably four. Yeah maybe maybe even five. Maybe but i think for okay so i'm comfortable with eleven and four. That's what we're going to land all right. That's the number okay. Maria moment truth all right. You recommend this walk. No we don't fuck. Let me put some thought into this. No there's you know quality. Yeah but that's it doesn't make it a good now. No you're just going to be so confused. i will say though all the good pretty much all the lackluster. But that's little. There's no story. There's nothing fun life story. It's a wolf sense to me. I guess a well shot movie but the aesthetic is weird like the vibes are not all the time the aesthetic is not. There are no no because it doesn't make none of it. it doesn't follow like a theme. In my opinion you know and then it's like the same as song. I didn't even say that ends again. After n zooms out there on the leaning tower piece. It's like sweet dreams the again like what the fuck it i. I don't remember any other song playing other than i think there might have been a light score. Maybe in the very middle but that was a. But that's like an actual you know this. I don't think anyone should watch. I think anyone would just be as confused if you aren't confused on you get it and you know what's happening. Yeah cool so i didn't prepare. Mary kill but i think i have one. I now got vincent price the sand demon and you have me. I'd marry price. it's a good guy. He has money true. Here's dead now though even better. It's online it's all. My money broke dead guy. So how does he broke. He's still held his all the other stuff he got signed into yet. He's already dead now. Whatever in my world make whatever and okay. I was gonna keep going but no mary price. Who was other the the monsters demon. Yep i've fucked the demon all right. Go little sand demon going. Yeah i want to know what that's like me and out by default goes meetings time for some you killed me. Good job thing you might have killed for but i think it's maybe the first time you kill. Yeah you gave me some cool options. I spice stuff. Thank you walk. That was a house on haunted hill from nineteen ninety nine remake fucking dark fucking balls productions bugging you big astles you fucking shitty movies global would name. Do you wanna see the rest of them yes. What's it called again. What was it dark castle. I think that was a dark castle. Productions you don't like house of wax you're okay. How's the wax is fun. Dark castle material productions. Movies okay okay. Orphan goes saimaa fan of orphan. House of wax go ships sucks gothica fucking such a unknown. That's basically taken so another lease and taken movie so they do have returned to house on haunted hill. It's eight years later. Which is kind of crazy. Or that's the one that working on the reaping the partition. All these are really not gonna rock and roller. It's not terrible. The factories splice the losers wideout. Ninja assassin the hills run red. I think i've seen part of that. I think is sucked bullet to the head. Say on blah blah blah. Yeah so it's all just like. Oh jerry jones navy earth. That was them while. Okay but yeah. Ok never mind. I really shitty movies for the most part. There's not much there to go with. Well yeah the good ones out. They did do to me in my opinion. I think they're really good. Orphan was amazing to me. Thirteen goes it. Blew my mind that movie. I absolutely love that movie. I was so obsessed with it when i was really little. I don't know when i was little. I saw when i was older. And i fucking hate it. Yeah that's probably why. Because when i watched that movie as a kid i was like what the fuck i watched it for the show and the only thing i liked was the chick with the cut up titties. Yeah i liked her. she's a time. I was in mexico the second time i watched that movie and I was at my aunt's house and she lives in like a terrible house. Obviously you know in mexico. It's a poor area. Were were from and the room that i was staying in an extra room outside somewhere. So everything's like all cement. The walls the floor. It's just a bed in the middle and a bucket. If you use the restroom and was the only one awake and thirteen goals was on the team. Me and i was little scared. Oh hell yeah hell. Yeah i think that's what made me love. It gonna scary though right yeah. The the story is Stories whatever no but. I just remember that feeling. I had of watching it at that moment. I was like do this. Is this is even better because i was scared. I felt like i was there in the fucking weird as room. The set of house on haunted hill. Yeah exactly all right guys. So that is the end of the episode before we head out. We're gonna think some patrons real quick and again. Thank you to anthony for doing this episode recording. It was interesting sucked. But let's rate this real quick. Before i forget this is one and a half star for me out of what i yeah i just because i like to kills the kills and give it like an extra star for that but besides a half star. The story sucked everything else. They want to give it. I okay. I want to give it a one. But that's way too low. And i wanna give it a two. But that's way too one. It's not a one. It's not like the worst piece of pretty big piece and you can give it a two because you can't even give it that much credit too much. Yes a one and a half. That seems fair so again. Thank you anthony carreira So with male do the first one you do second so on. See from her somewhere. You know i'll just read them off and you think them with me. Okay so thank you. So much to kevin mcgarity. I'm trying to see as much canada. Mccarey jessica. Pare bet you got a nice pair. I was just gonna leave it at pair. But then i was like wait now. That sounds misogynous. Taken sexualizing li. Like i literally like in my mind. I was thinking pair of testicles but then i was like but i'm saying this to a girl so it sounds like parodies and i'm like that's a little too far but yeah you have a nice pair fucking balls dude a kayla. Monique need your sophia. Ball or oprah sophea. Thanks for being oprah dairy in houston you from houston. I don't know man but that's cool. Thank you thank you abby. Kimmel you related jimmy. I don't know thank you jacob. Castilla gonzales. I will look into hobo with a shotgun. Thank you maria. Does he even know that. You are all miss rose shit. Thank you maria donating a what. How did that thank you maria. I didn't even know you were patriotic plugging bad as you are. Well think you'd have one there and Go ahead and check out. Plug your social media. Bloody mary on instagram onto me on twitter spell. Your don't even know who are airway. Maybe it's something like that. And i think if you look it up and you follow horse su-bong then you'll see it on. I know it starts you. D m and you fall horseshoe bay should pop up. Yeah either air or neck so you'll find it. I know it's either like a short j. m. a. r. Wire bill de m right. I forgot they used to be like you've had a million different. We have a bunch of those used to have a bunch of people taking to be fair. You deleted it like seven times. Yeah i kinda forfeited a fine for exposing story. 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Seventy one years march seventeenth nineteen fifty vincent price stars in three skeleton ti tired of the every day routine ever dream of a life of romantic adventure wanting to get away from it. All we offer you eight designed. I ended up for you from the four walls of today for a half hour of high adventure tonight with scape to a lonely lighthouse of the steaming jungle coast of french kiana and a nightmare world of terror and violence as we bring you again in response to hundreds of requests threes. Gallatin key starring. Vincent price picture this place a gray tapering cylinder welded by iron rods and concrete to the key itself a bare black rock one hundred fifty feet long maybe forty wide. That's at low tide at high tide. Just the lighthouse rising one hundred ten feet straight up out of the ocean all about it. The churning water gray green scum dappled warmest soup and swarming with gigantic bat. Like devil fish. Great violet screwed portuguese man of war. And yes sharks the big ones that fifteen footers and as if this were not there was a hot dank rotten smelling wind that came at us. Day and night off the jungle swamps of the mainland. A win that smelled like death. A win that it smelled a slow and frightful death. That came one night. This bear black rock set in the base of the light was a watertight bronze door in your went up. Yes up and up. And round and round passed the tanks of oil in the coils of rope. Cats wicks racks of lantern sacks of spots in cartons and cans and up and up and up round and round over the light storeroom. Was the food storeroom over. The food store room was the bunk room where the three of us slept and over. The bunk room was living in cooking. Roman over the living in cooking was the light was a beauty big steel and bronze baby with a through the glass walls. All about bouncing blinding little beams off the big shiny reflectors glittering and refracting lenses the whole gigantic bulk of her balanced like a ballerina glistening steel of rotary mechanism. She was a sweetheart of a light at night. she'd lie there on the stone deck of the gallery with her volving smoothly and quietly over your head easing her. Bright white is three hundred sixty degrees around. the horizon. Lied there watching to see that. The feeders kept working that everything. And i wouldn't be bad. The other two fellows oregon there's tax two levels down. You'd smoke your pipe to kill the stink of the wind and they wouldn't be bad about those other two louis and auguste. What up pair louis. He was headman was a big fellow from the best country. Black beard little hard black eyes and a pair of arms. That i tell you those arms were as big around as my lakes. Yes head man. He was and what worried you let go was law silent fellow and although i spent my first two weeks trying to strike up a real conversation the most i could ever get out of him was genre. I took up this profession. Because i don't like people. They want to talk too much. It's quiet work light tending. let's keep it that way. You getting as bad as august. Thought maybe for once they send me somebody. That was louis when he accused me of becoming like our style. Quieted down. Because august was talking is man. I'd ever met the talking and the ugliest he was hunchback stood four feet high had red hair and big blue eyes. It seems he'd been an actor in paris. Deep played in over two hundred different productions dear boy at the ground game your but it was monstrous horrible. The way we used to scare the audiences was hated. Yes yes they used to throw things and his and bare their teeth. I finally got too bad. I couldn't stand it any longer. I gave up my nerves. You understand yes gave it up completely. I really did. It all started one morning to thirty. I was on watch lying on the coup stone. Back pulling on my pipe staring out at the blackness of phosphorus in commerce and the big yellow stars out of the corner of my eye noticed something. Show up for a second something. The light touched far off. I waited for it. Come around again and when she did there at work. Three master big run about a half mile often coming down out of the north northwest coming straight forest. You must understand. Our light was winning was for a very good reason. Dangerous emerged wreath. Surrounded and ships kept clear but this one is sailing vessel was coming straight on. I went over to the gallery door and yell understand. Waited for the light to come around again headed. I had the glasses out now. I couldn't read or name. But i could see her. Quite plainly all sail set of creaming away under her bow or beautiful lines a dutch ship. I guess why didn't she earned. Every time has are light hitter with the glare of day ship north northwest. The light will touch her in a moment. Can't they see look at her. She just keeps coming on the square head. What is it watch north northwest. I know i know what is what document the flying dutchman. We did a play about all. What a performance. Your ghastly gillian. The hag ridden customer must and she's loving. Yes sloppy way to come about she's derelict. That's a derelict. Abandoned the crew left if for some reason or other but instead of sinkings he's gone on running before everyone long not with these reefs to break up beautiful ship. Why would men leave a beautiful ship like that. She didn't rama's although we all expected but as we waited for the crash she left again caught. Some odd guston weighed about. We watched her the rest of those black hours healing and rocking pushed and pulled by every stray wind. Every free current watcher her until the dawn came till the sea. Turn from black to a pearly grade. An un she came again heading forest. We all had our glasses trained on there. Now you can kill life. Right doesn't look so good by daylight. Thinks she'll ground this time i say. Do you think she'll ground his time possible absolutely possible way. Yeah take my glasses better than yours. All right what is it you had to focus. And then my breath froze in my throat. The decks were swarming with a dark brown carpet. That looked like a gigantic fungus but undulating and on the mass and yards guys and all were hundreds of thousands. I don't know an endless number of enormous. See them i see now. We know why she's dearly. Now we know you give me a look. Give him a glasses. Take a good look chatterbox. Give you something to talk about. She's still heading for us. She's gone to towns. You better turn soon suppose. You doesn't mean supposedly piles up on the key. Slow tide is is whereas all the conversation august Here once glasses again what she still coming on. Turn where you turn. I pray look on the wall like a copy swimming shirley swimming those as ships ranch. But they're swimming for the rock saddam below. It's often come on facing down stairs in three and four times scared you bet we was dared you get the windows. Maybe they can climb. Don't know right look see them. No oh yes i do. The other ended the rock look at the millions. They smell us. They come close made it. That was close. Look bigger and this is wild and read his teeth long and sharp yellow. he went for us. All right. ravenous and we fought and fought that one rat over the room. It was really. I do not exaggerated like fighting a ten god. We'd better get aloft from seventy one years ago. Vincent price three skeleton key on escape. I'm wyatt cox. This is classic radio theater coming up next the news from seventy one years ago today as we continue t mobile. 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And you're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station. An episode of escape. Three skeleton. Key starring vincent price as it was originally broadcast friday march seventeenth nineteen fifty in newspapers of that friday. Seventy one years ago these were some of the headlines. Senator mccarthy and the state department fired angry charges and countercharges yesterday in a running battle over mccarthy's allegations of reds in the department mccarthy also turn his guns on the us civil service loyalty review board accusing the board of more than a year's delay in reviewing the case of one of his alleged pro-communist suspects johnny boy. Deputy undersecretary estate opened the day's crossfire charging mccarthy with vibing dead discredited disproven charges in his attacks on the department the wisconsin senator retorted that was seeking the cover up and confused the mccarthy saying it would be amusing. It to situation was not so with danger. Winston churchill asserted last night. Britain's labour government withheld from parliament. Defense secrets which are certainly and obviously known to so we russia making a plane. He referred to the adam and hydrogen bombs. The conservative leader demanded the secret session of the house of commons for a debate on the subject with no holds barred in reply. Prime minister attlee said. I don't think a secret session would be particularly valuable. Except we might avoid these electioneering speeches. He churchill starting his remarks last night with a number of cheap and nasty party points. Republican national chairman guide daybreak. Listen yesterday defined the issue of the one thousand nine hundred fifty campaign regain gop control of the senate and house as liberty and socialism. He charged through the small but powerful group of persons who are believed in socialism and have no concept of the foundation of american progress. Is dictating the administration's program for a planned economy senator kilgorde. The democrat of west virginia walked out of the senate. Hearing after denouncing hints that a government agency goats throw to kill go report on displaced persons before walking the engaged in a shouting row with senator jenner the republican of indiana who's heading a subcommittee hearing on displaced persons legislation bing crosby separated from his appendix monday singer. Ginny simms separated from her husband boat. Separations took place in santa monica. California in douglasville georgia martha and greg's lost some time from school when jean de polio treatment at warm springs georgia but rusty her german police dogs. Taking up the slack for he'll receive a degree from douglasville high school this spring for a years. Faithful attendance and eighty years ago or one s pierce's. Mother gave him a jar of blackberry. Jam well he opened the jam the other day and said it tasted fine. The ninety year old man said. I couldn't resist the temptation of any longer. Though some of the day's top new stories reported in the newspapers of friday march seventeenth. One thousand nine hundred fifty on your radio escape. Three skeleton key which continues now on classic radio theatre ran up the winding staircase. We passed the tiny windows various levels and at every one pick wriggling screaming curtain of brown i. I was ahead of louis. Each successive level supposedly fund the way. It's a nightmare off. Daddy was confronted with the speech was deemed brown through the crawling mask swarmed over the glass. I could not see the sky. Nothing nothing but them read. Is that clause liaoning. Harry snouts their teeth cleaned and howled and who themselves against the glass. We three we stood having been quietly in the center of the class. Odd beautiful light we. Can we go take these. Ill take it easy part. Monk do any good. That's him hearing sake that anybody wants to talk. Got the call about this. Like that's not much daylight. Give them expect get scared. Go away away until what not until they've been take just so much harder and then you get used to it. They were interesting to watch. Know they couldn't understand the class. They could see us and they could. Russia it is but that thin invisible barrier held them off. Stop from time to time. We caught a glimpse of the rocks below more rats down there swarming brown velvet in a bright radical sunlight. Then the tide began to rise. Only it drowns. Some of them threats don't know said you cannot draw one of them. they're all climbing up the tower. This around us is getting thicker. What's the time six. You've got to watch john right. Wake me attend my will come along. Getting one side of the room was little soft. Filtered red sunset through the i set the check might fuel and then lamps lithium in their gigantic wiggling and web of pale hairless bellies putting details bright eyes and i started the rotary motion. Mike and mad one slowly and smoothly about you blind. This stabbing bar of light moving continually about of a pain in of moving around around and pay twitching and shuddering is flaming when they were struck by the light. Is life moving in the dark side of the room so close so close. I did nothing. My back with the cannot help pain in your back when you're in a roommate of flash and the dark side of the room. You could not see them. Only that i- howson's a point of red light. Blinking and twinkling is up from seventy one years ago march seventeenth nineteen on this wednesday. Classic radio via. Hi dr wallich and we want to tell you that arthritis is not genetic thing. It's not a disease of aging. Neither is She prosise get a hold of my book. It's all in your head. 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William bendix appears as a cabdriver taking bob to his first oscar ceremony as the host. That'll be our thursday edition. But let's wrap up three skeleton key. An episode of escape starring vincent price seventy one years ago march seventeenth. Nine thousand nine hundred fifty. Nowy relieved me at ten but didn't get much sleep that night and when i came up into the gallery early next morning there stood oakland. His back to me. He was bowing the rats waving his arms and making us speed an going to play once again that magnificent role which made me the toast of the paddock. Data the genius of the media and a guy the dock sold of the matter shot into the nether. Do not fighting win. Nine stereo hearts drunk. But he didn't notice me. The man had gone mad. Kept parenting belling stories. All the rats leaving no one. I'll i'll go a lot. I laid on. The is the patron for that elected. He went on and scraping to the rats is big. Lou is rolling and winking as wild red hair waving about him. I grabbed him by arms. Screwed up we're about to cry below. Go on thank my audience later matinees. Today he was crazy. I guess we all were few hours. Later he came back up and louis and may teasing the rats. Yes sounds horrible. We could get right up against the grass phases at them. Throw them crazy they would scratch away trying to get it is louie was even cuter about it. He full of bread out of his pocket and present against the glass. The rats would scramble into solid fall fighting each other. Clustering great time to time. A whole lot of them would slip and fall one hundred ten feet to the below them. The socks this another budge. The i could go joined into home very ingenious august. He learned that if he's ready golden south against the glass played bunsen bundle against his figure. Then he leaped back. My portrait in rats went on all day. And then i was lying in bed. It was about midnight. i was very tired. I was just beginning to fall off to sleep when i became conscious of a new sound. Couldn't figure it raced got up. Lit the lamp and went to the window. Even as i looked at it. I saw one of the pains begin to sag in they eat more would away really quick. What what is it pound away in held a glass with my hand. Now they were all going crazy and assured of the success of his maneuver. We're all nibbling away at the wood. Louis ran below and then returned with allied seat of kim. We spread it against the window and hammered it into place even as we show a heavy bodies cutting against the other side but window game play. That oughta hold. If it doesn't get done for rats no they. What was that. It came from below. That's warming up stairs to her. Let's go. They came to one side and grabbed the marlin spike swung and one in mid world to see louis with the other did ripped and open and the blood was carrying all over the place. He held his hand a lot of the snarling. Rabbi stephanie got him. that's both of them. Louis get you something to tie that up. I don't worry about this kerchief around and it'll be okay it's bad just. The flynn advocate of another new sound. Were knowing their way through the what he don't watch the edens identity. It began to give way and bristling implicitly. Knows the way we've got to go up tonight. Slamming the door there too but it was my blood. What are we going to hell not. It'd be through this moment. The galloway trap door and the gallery is metal. Come on we made may have the trap door exhausted. Why below is the rats took over the entire tower. I hear them howling and fighting over our food supply water. I leather all about us. The other screamed and glare at in addis swayed in a tangled mass hypnotized by the ever turning liked by morning. The air in the little room was horrible. Until now we've been getting air from the tower below. Now that was sealed off so it was all i food and water exhausted. Panty waiting waiting. How is crawled. how is almost always from fatigue. And i i mean my would you. Our and i can let you this. Spending by the glass. In one hand he held a wrench was tapping the glass gently. Not quite far enough to break slowly have to do is just found coil of wire in the tool kit nights trusty mop fascinating to extension in the center of the room. Louis was of no help. He lay on his side looking at his bloody hand weakened sick as a baby so there i was a lunatic and a college for company and all about watching our little drama. The rats dragged by the supply. Boat wasn't due for another twelve days. I don't know what they could have done. If they add. Come we had only one way of summoning them and that was to shoot off stress rockets but the rockets were fuller floors below. And even if they'd been right there in the gallery. I couldn't have opened a window to fire them at night. I tend at the light but it's flame was devouring our oxygen the following day. We laid thirst. Tormented timing waiting waiting following night again. Tended the light but this mall supply of spare waking. We kept in the gallery at become exhausted and quite suddenly about midnight. Like twin wicks restored three levels below. Nothing i could do nothing from time to time. I'd strike a match to see the clock when i did. It lit up. The million red is about all what. Wait low go quiet. They'd clean this house now. They too were waiting all white. And then the rats quite sadden silent. I heard then. I saw the sky in the stars the rats were gone. I went to the glass. How they are on the water. A small freighter banana boat showing a few lights came softly and innocent as light was out. He didn't know. I wanted to open the window. Just call out to them to warn them somehow. But i was afraid. What if the rats were hiding from me. Tricking me i wait. She grounded very softly on a reef. Not two hundred yards from the key grounded so gently that the man playing the cornet was he. A krugman off watch. didn't even stop bullying. They tried washing her back off. I told them to save their fuel. The tide was rising. Would've bloated her free. That's all that's the story. The sun came up and there wasn't a rat on the whole key. Every last one of that terrible army at a leftist gone back to see and their new ship. I'll ghost insane asylum. He never recovered. And louis they took him into cayenne where died of blood poisoning from his vice That's the whole of it. If you'll excuse me now. I must set my traps. No no mouse traps. No rats in this lighthouse. I should say not a life in. The lights is bad but sometimes when i see a strange vessel coaching i get a little nervous somewhere on the seas. There's a little banana boat without a crew. That is without a human crew. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio hartman. Newsfeed dot com. 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Fbi and he's a war. Mcgee the unexpected. The unexpected the unexpected. Now here's your host. It talks graham. Vincent price stars in an episode of the scape. Three skeleton from seventy one years ago march seventeenth nineteen radio and television mike magazine or the sound effects on this show best of the year. Of course. I don't know how they did. This may have been rebroadcast. I'm not sure but anyway. We thank you for joining us on this wednesday edition. This is the seventeen th day of march. And this is the seventy sixth day of twenty twenty one. Two hundred eighty nine days remaining until twenty twenty two saint patrick's day first celebrated in new york city on this date in seventeen fifty six in eighteen. Forty five the rubber band was patented in seventeen seventy six by the way. British forces evacuated boston after george washington and henry knox placed artillery overlooking the city. Showing seventy-one vincent van gogh paintings in paris in one thousand nine hundred eleven years after his death created a sensation luther gulick and his wife charlotte founded the campfire girls on this date in nineteen ten and they are now known as campfire usa. The state of nevada not nevada not nevada nevada anyway. The state of nevada legalized gambling on this date. In nineteen thirty one in washington in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. The national gallery of art officially opened by president roosevelt benelux france and the uk signed the treaty of brussels a precursor to the nato agreement in nineteen forty eight the us launch the vanguard one satellite in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight and in one thousand nine hundred sixty president. Eisenhower signed the national security council directive on the anti cuban covert action program that will ultimately lead to the bay of pigs invasion off the coast of spain on this date in nineteen sixty six album submarine found a missing american hydrogen bomb. Because you don't want to sleep. Both things lie around what was later. Determined to be a stuck thruster led to the premature termination of the gemini eight space mission to dock with an unmanned vehicle in orbit. It is he could turn the agena second half tax split on. They can't stop it or get them working now. The flight was terminated hours. Later in gemini eight landed three days early the crew would fly again and make it the moon pilot. David scott would be the seventh man to land on the moon in the command pilot. Low you know his story. Well the first man to set foot on the moon. Neil armstrong golden. My ear became the first female prime minister of israel in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine in his address before the united nations general assembly president carter laid out his plans for advancing the cause of human rights on this date in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven basic thrust of human affairs points for the more universal demand for fundamental human rights. The united states has a historical birthright to be associated with this process. I will seek congressional approval and signed the un covenant on economic social and cultural rights and covenants on civil and political rights. And i will work closely with our own congress and seeking to support the ratification. Not only of these two instruments but the united nations genocide convention and a treaty for the elimination of all poems of racial discrimination as well now in two thousand two president carter of the nobel peace prize for his work. But the carter center and participation with emory university which some historians believe was more of an accomplishment than anything he did during his presidency. It was on this date in one thousand nine hundred five serial killer richard ramirez the night stalker committed his first two murders in his los angeles killing spree and british prime minister. Robin cook resigned on this date. In two thousand and three over government plans for war with iraq at the same time u. n. secretary general kofi. Annan ordered his staff to leave iraq we will withdraw the unmovic and atomic agency inspectors. We will withdraw the un humanitarian workers. We will withdraw the unicom troops on the iraq kuwait border annan said the u n administered for food program in iraq could be suspended during the withdrawal since oil monitors would not be on the ground to run the exchange of iraqi produced oil for humanitarian supplies. And it was on this date in two thousand eight. Paul mccartney's divorce from heather mills settled for forty eight point six million dollars passing away on this date. Saint patrick the patron saint of ireland. Also the a fred allen passing away on saint patrick's day nineteen fifty-six actress grace stafford actress. Helen hayes singer terry stafford tres steaks and my girl bill bunny songs also fashion designer oleg cassini and singer furlan husky. This is the birth date of singer. Ray ellington nat king cole. Astronaut james irwin From jefferson airplane p. paul cantor and john wayne. Casey the first african american game show host borne on this date in history. He still with us as well and quite a fine singer. Adam weighed eighty six years old. The show musical chairs was a great show but it was way too expensive for cbs. to produce also astronaut. Ken manningly eighty five today. With the loving spoonful and produced probably one of the best show themes of all time. Welcome back your dreams. Your ticket out john sebastian. Seventy seven years old today. He was in dallas as a serious role in the situation comedy. Step by step patrick duffy seventy-two actor kurt russell seventy years old today. A lot of people loved his work in cs. I preferred his work in the mini series. The original miniseries of stephen king's the stand gary sinise sixty six years. Old blow is fifty seven today. He had a career with the smashing. Pumpkins still does but he owns the national wrestling alliance. Billy corgan fifty four today. Gene ween of ween fifty one from justified in the detour. Natalie z. forty-six from sweet valley high in the game britney daniel and her to insist or scindia. Daniel both forty five. Today cynthia daniel now out of acting. She is a photographer. Some or joe of the wwe forty two years old. Mrs iced tea cocoa and forty two and also from high school musical or lesser woolen. Thirty five years old. Though some of the people who celebrate the seventeenth day of march as their birthday. 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America go to our american rights dot com brought to you by the american media council on wednesdays classic radio theater we go back. Seventy one years march seventeenth nineteen fifty vincent price stars in three skeleton ti tired of the every day routine ever dream of a life of romantic adventure. Want to get away from it. All we offer u. s. eight escape designed to for you from the four walls of today for a half hour. I adventure tonight with scape to a lonely lighthouse of the steaming jungle. Costa french kiana and a nightmare world of terror and violence as we bring you again in response to hundreds of requests. Three skeleton key. Starring vincent price. Ooh picture this place a great tapering cylinder welded by iron rods and concrete. The key itself a bare black rock one hundred fifty feet long maybe forty wide. That's at low tide at high tide. Just the lighthouse rising one hundred ten feet straight up out of the ocean all about it. The churning water break greens come dappled warm soup and swarming with gigantic bat. Like devil fish great violet schools portuguese mana war and yes the big ones that fifteen footers and his. If this weren't enough there was a hot hot dank rotten smelling wind that came at us day and night off the jungle. Swamps the mainland. A win. that smells like death Wind that smelled the slow and frightful. Death came one night to this bear. Black rock set in the base of the light was a watertight run store. And then you went up yes up and up and round and round passed the tanks of oil in the coils of rope cast of wicks racks of lantern sacks of spots and cartons cans and up and up band up round and rap over at. They light storeroom. Was the food storeroom and over. The food store room was the bunk room where the three of us slept over. The bunk room was living and cooking roman over the living and cooking room was the light. She was a beauty big steel and bronze baby with a son blaming through the glass walls all about bouncing blinding. Beams off the big shining. Reflectors glittering refracting lenses the whole gigantic bulk of her balanced like a ballerina glistening steel axle of a rotary mechanism. She was a sweetheart a light at night. she'd lie there on the stone deck of the gallery with her revolving smoothly and quietly over your head easing her. Bright white is three hundred sixty degrees around the horizon. There watching to see the feeders kept working that everything. Ram right and i wouldn't be bad. The other fellas and oregon there's tax two levels down. You'd smoke your pipe to kill a stink of the wind and it wouldn't be bad talk about those other two louis and august. What up pair. Louis he was headman was a big fellow from the best country. Black beard little heart. Black is a pair of that. I tell you those arms were as big around as my legs. Yes had man he was. And what were you let go was law silent fellow and although i spent my first two weeks trying to strike up a real conversation the most i could ever get out of him was john. I took up this profession. Because i don't like people. They want to talk too much. It's quiet work light tending. let's keep it that way. You getting to be as bad as i thought. Maybe once they send me somebody that was when he accused me of becoming like august. I quieted down. Because i was talking is man. I'd ever met a talking est. And the ugliest he was hunchback stood four feet. High had red hair and big blue eyes. It seems he'd been an actor in paris indeed played in over two hundred different productions dear boy at the wrong gene your but it was monstrous horrible. The way we used to scare the audiences how was hated. Yes they used to throw things. And his and bad teeth grit. Finally it got too bad. I couldn't stand it any longer. I gave up my nerves. You understand yes gave it up completely. I really did. It all started one morning at two thirty. I was on watch lying on the cool stone back pulling on my pipe staring out at the blackness of phosphorus in comas and the big yellow stars. When out of the corner of my eye noticed something show up for a second something. The light at touched off. I waited for it. Come around again and when she did it one three master a big one about a half mile often coming down out of the north northwest coming straight forest. You must understand. Our light was when it was a very good reason. Dangerous submerged reefs rounded and ships kept clear but this one is sailing vessel was coming straight on. I went over to the gallery door and yelled understand. It waited for the light to come around again headed for me. I had the glasses out now. I couldn't read or name. But i could see her. Quite plainly set creaming away under her bauer beautiful lines a dutch ship. I guess why didn't she earned every time at past are light hitter with the glare of day shift north northwest. The light will touch her in a moment. Can't they see look at her. She just keeps coming on the square head. What is it watched north northwest. I know i know what it what the document the flying dutchman we did a play about our once all what a performance you. Gus slid gillian. Ridden customer must. She's loving sloppy way to come about. She's derelict. That's derelict abandoned. The crew left if for some reason or other but instead of sinkings he's gone on running before every wins not these reefs to break up beautiful ship. Why would men leave a beautiful ship like that She didn't rambus. Although we all expected it we waited for the crash. She left again caught some odd. Gus been wet about. We watched her the rest of those black hours healing and rocking pulled by every stray wind. Every free current watched her until dawn came to the c. Turn from black to a pearly an. She came again heading forest. We all had our glasses trained on there. Now you can kill. The life doesn't look so good by daylight ground. This time i say. Do you think she'll ground his time. This is absolutely possible. Way take my glasses. They're better than yours. All right what is it a focus and then my breath frozen might the decks were swarming with doc brown carpet that looked like a gigantic fungus but undulating and on the masks and yards the guys and all were hundreds of thousands. I don't know an endless number of enormous. See them i see now. You know she's derelict. Yes now we know you give me a look has give him the classes. Take a good look chatterbox. Give you something to talk about. She's still heading for us. She's gonna tounge better soon. Supposedly dozen guys supposedly piles up on the key. Slow tide is whereas all the conversation august Once glasses again. What another coach. She still coming on her return. I say she's look on the walt swimming sherline swimming those ships wretch but they're swimming for the rock below. It's often come on facing down stairs in three or four hundred times. You bet we was dared you get the windows. Maybe they can climb. We don't know look see them. No oh yes. I do but the other end of the rock. Look at the media. They smell yeah. They come close the door move made. It was close when he got. There is a bigger and his eyes were wild and read his teeth long and sharp and yellow. He went for us. All right below ravenous and we fought him thought that one rat all over the room. It was believe me. I do not exaggerate. It was like fighting ten. God we better get a lot from seventy one years ago. Vincent price three skeleton key on escape. I'm wyatt cox. This is classic radio theater coming up next the news from seventy one years ago today as we continue to mobile we believe in putting people first by treating them right. 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And you're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station. An episode of escape. Three skeleton. Key starring vincent price as it was originally broadcast friday march seventeenth nineteen fifty in newspapers of that friday. Seventy one years ago these were some of the headlines. Senator mccarthy and the state department fired angry charges and countercharges yesterday in a running battle over mccarthy's allegations of reds in the department mccarthy also turned his guns on the us civil service loyalty review board accusing the board of more than a year's delay in reviewing the case of one of his alleged pro suspects john e pure foy deputy undersecretary state opened the day's crossfire by charging mccarthy with reviving dead discredited disproven charges in his attacks on the department. The wisconsin senator toward the Was seeking the cover up and confuse the issue. Mccarthy saying it would be amusing. It's the situation was not so fraught with danger. Winston churchill cerdic last night. Britain's labor government withheld from parliament defense secrets which are certainly and obviously known to so we. Russia making planing referred to the adam and hydrogen bombs. The conservative leader demanded the secret session of the house of commons for a debate on the subject with no holds barred in reply. Prime minister attlee said. I don't think a secret session would be particularly valuable. Except we might avoid these electioneering speeches. He keeps churchill. Starting his remarks last night with a number of cheap and nasty party points republican national chairman guide daybreak and yesterday defined the issue of the nineteen fifty campaign to regain gop control of the senate and house as liberty and socialism. He charged a small but powerful group of persons who are believed in socialism and have no concept of the foundation of american progress is dictating the administration's program for a planned economy. Senator kilgorde the democrat of west. Virginia walked out of the senate. Hearing after denouncing hints that a government agency goats throw to kill go report on displaced persons. Before walking he engaged in a shouting row with senator jenner the republican of indiana who's heading subcommittee hearing on displaced persons legislation bing crosby separated from his appendix monday singer. Ginny simms separated from her husband. Boats separations took place in santa monica california in douglasville georgia martha an lost some time from school. When g underwent polio treatment at warm springs georgia but rusty german police dog taking up the slack for he'll receive a degree from douglasville high school this spring for years faithful attendance and eighty years ago or one s pierce's. Mother gave him a jar of blackberry jam. Well he opened the jam the other day and said it tasted fine. The ninety year old man said. I couldn't resist the temptation of any longer. Though some of the base top news stories since reported in the newspapers of friday march seventeenth nineteen fifty on your radio escape. Three skeleton key which continues now on classic radio theater sleepy ran up the winding staircase past the chinese windows. The various levels and everyone was a kick wriggling screaming brown. I i was ahead of me. And i kind of each successive level. Suppose the fund the way in a nightmare hair. The county was infected with the might. Was jim brown through the crawling mass but swarmed over the glass all about nothing nothing but then read is that clause they harry snouts their teeth cleaned and howled and who themselves against the glass style and we three stood in the center of the class. Job beautiful light. what else take it. Easy take it easy. Five-month good hearing safe right. Anybody wants to read good boy got the about. This is not much much. Wow them august matches them. Expect get scott and go away away until she what until they've been take just so much are and then you get used to it. They were interesting to watch. They couldn't understand the glass. They could see us and they could. Russia is but that thin invisible barrier held them off. Stop them from time to time. We caught a glimpse of the rocks below more rats down there swarming brown velvet in the bright radicals sunlight and then tied began to rise. Only it drowns. Some of the threats. Don't draft no said you cannot draw one of them they're all climbing up the tower. This around us is getting thicker shave. What's the time six you've got. I watch john right. Lake may attend my will come along. It was getting dark. Side of the room was litter soft filtered red sunset through the rights. I set the wicks. Check my fuel and then liquid lamps let them in their gigantic wiggling web of peyot hairless bellies putting details. Bright eyes and i started the rotary. Most mike drove in mad. One slowly and smoothly about you blind. Come in the stabbing bar light. Moving continually about ever moving around around and twitching and shuddering is flaming when they were struck by the light light moving on the dark side of the room so close so close. I did not in my back with the cannot help. Parenting your back. When you're in romania flash from the side of the room you could not see them only live the point of display red light flaking and swaythling the size of pal seventy one year ago march seventeenth nineteen focused on this wednesday. Classic radio via. This is dr joel wallet and tell you that. Arthritis is not agent eight thing. It's not a disease of aging. Neither is approaches. Get a hold of my book. It's all in your head. Goes into the twenty-five different diseases. You get when you process the skull. These are all reversible. You take the healthy bone and joint. Pack the msn vitamin d. Three away from all the bad foods including gluten. 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That'll be on our thursday edition. But let's wrap up pre skeleton key in episode of escape starring vincent price seventy one years ago march seventeenth nineteen fifty relieved me ten but didn't get much sleep that night. When i came up into the gallery early next morning there stood. August is back to me. He was bowing to the rats waving his arms. Making us speech going to play once again that magnificent role which made me the toast of the package theater prayed latino genius of the medieval guide. The sold into the nether pies. Be fighting children. I've had i stood staring at him harz drunk but he didn't notice me the man had gone mad. He kept telling stories to all the rats leaving. No one out of other comma. Take seats on the i patron. He went on bowing and scraping the rats his big blue eyes rolling and winking red hair waving about him. I grabbed him by the arm. Looking like a child then screwed up looked as though he were about to go on later. My dear audience later matinee. Today was crazy. I guess we all were hours later. He came back up and louis and may teasing the rats. Sounds horrible was fun. We could get right up against but grants and make phases at them them crazy they would scratch away trying to get our is. Louie was even cuter about it and he full of bread out of his pocket and present against the glass the rats would scramble into solid ball might each other clustering like time to time. A whole lot of them would slip all hundred and ten feet to the surface below events. That sox friends did get another budget. My jeez i it. Go join into whole very ingenious. Auguste we learned that if he's ready golden south against the glass they bunsen bundle against his figure. Then leaps back up. My portrait in rats went on all day. And then i was lying in bed. It was about midnight. i was very tired. I was just beginning to fall off to sleep when i became conscious of a news. Hound couldn't figure it. I got up with a lamp and went to the window. Even as i looked at it i saw one of the pains begin to sag in they eat more would away really quick what what is found a way in health class with my hands. Now they were all going crazy and assured of the success of this maneuver where all nibbling away at the wood louis ran below and then returned with allied seat of tim. We spread it against the window and hammered it into place even as we did some shelf by heavy bodies cutting against the other side is but window game play. that oughta hold had done for rats. Vacated came from below. Tom that's warming up the track. Let's go after them. And they came to one side and grabbed the marlins spike swung and one in mid air world to see louis with the other ripped and opened in. The blood was caring all over the place. He held his hand. A lot of tickle snarling rabbi step than swore him got him got. that's both of them. Louis get you something to tie that up. Don't worry about louis. Here's what the wind this kerchief around it'll be okay. Now is not bad. Just the hunches of another is he will knowing their way through the what he trap doors watch the would. It began to give way and bristling police. Three knows sold through the way we got to go up next. Always slammed door here too but it was. Oh my blood. What are we going to do. Be through this woman in a moment. The galloway trap door the galleries metal come on mate. Am cost the trap door exhausted. Why below us. The rats took over the entire tower. I could hear them howling and fighting over our food supply our water leather and all about us. The other screamed and glared in addis swayed in a tangled mass hypnotized by the ever turning light by morning. The air in the little room was horrible. Until now we've been getting air from the tower below now that was sealed off so it was all i. Food and water really exhausted. Panting waiting waiting hours craw almost always from fatigue. When i saw too fast what do you would you hold the powers of i can. I can let you standing by the glass. In one hand he held wrench was tapping. the glass. Generally not quite enough to break insult lowly job i have to do is just found a coil of wire in the tool kit and i trust him up fast into a stanchion in the center of the room. Louis was of no help. He lay on his side looking at his bloody hand weakened sick as a baby so there i was a lunatic college for company and all about watching our little drama. The rats they dragged by supply boat wasn't due for another twelve days. I don't know what they could have done if they had come. We had only one way of summoning them and that was to shoot off distress rockets but the rockets were four floors below. And even if they'd been right there in the gallery. I couldn't open a window to fire them. At night. I tended the light but it's flames devouring our oxygen the following day. We lay thirst toy minutes timing waiting waiting and following night. I intended the light but this small supply of spare waking. We kept in the at become exhausted and quite suddenly about midnight. Nothing i could do wicks stored three levels home. Nothing i do nothing from time to time. I'd strike a match to see the clock when i did lit up. The million red is about all weight. Low quiet they cleaned this house. Now they too were waiting all whiting and then the rats quite saddening. Then i heard. I saw the sky and the stars the rats were gone. I went through the glass. They are on the water. A small free banana boat showing few lights came softly and innocent. Light was out. He didn't know. I wanted to open the windows to call out to them to warn them somehow but i was afraid. What if the rats were hiding from tricking me. She grounded very softly on a reef. Not two hundred yards from the key grounded so gently that the man playing the cornet was he a passenger crewman off watch. Didn't even stop playing. They tried washing her back off. I could have told him to save. Their few tied was rising would have floated free That's all that's the story came up and there wasn't a rat on the whole key. Every last one of that terrible army at a leftist gone back to see and their new ship. I'll ghost insane asylum. You never recovery and louis. They took him into cayenne where he died of blood poisoning from vice S that's the whole of it. If you'll excuse me now. I must care. Set my traps. No no mouse traps no rats. And the lighthouse. I should say not. Life lights is bad. Sometimes when i see a strange vessel of coaching i get a little nervous somewhere on the sees. There's a little banana boat without a crew. That is without our human. You're listening to heartland newsfeed. Radio network live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed dot com. 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British forces evacuated boston after george washington and henry knox placed artillery looking the city showing of seventy one vincent van gogh paintings in paris in nineteen ninety one eleven years after his death created a sensation luther gulick and his wife charlotte founded the camp fire girls on this date in nineteen ten and they are now known as campfire usa. The state of nevada not nevada not nevada nevada anyway. The state of nevada legalized gambling on this date. In nineteen thirty one in washington in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. The national gallery of art officially opened by president roosevelt benelux france and the uk signed the treaty of brussels are precursors in the nato agreement in one thousand nine hundred forty eight. The us launch the band guard. One satellite in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight and in nineteen sixty president. Eisenhower signed the national security council directive on the anti cuban covert action program that would ultimately lead to the bay of pigs invasion off the coast of spain on this date in one thousand nine. Sixty sixty alvin submarine found a missing american hydrogen bomb. Because you don't want to lead both things lie around what was later determined to be a stuck thruster led to the premature termination of the gemini. I ate space mission to dock with an unmanned vehicle in orbit off. He could not turn gina off. Are they a pop at or get them working now. The flight was terminated hours. Later in gemini eight landed three days early the crew would fly again and make it to the moon pilot. David scott would be the seventh man to land on the moon in the command pilot while you know his story. Well the first man to set foot on the moon. Neil armstrong goal in my ear became the first female prime minister of israel in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine in his address before the united nations general assembly president carter laid out his plans for advancing the cause of human rights on this date in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. The basic thrust of human affairs points toward a more universal demand for fundamental human rights. The united states has a historical birthright to be associated with this process. I will seek congressional approval and signed the un covenant on economic social and cultural rights and the covenant on civil and political rights. And i will work closely with our own. Congress in seeking to support the ratification. Not only of these two instruments but the united nations genocide convention and treaty for the elimination of all of racial discrimination. As well now in two thousand. Two president carter awarded the nobel peace prize for his work. But the carter center in participation with emory university which some historians believe was more of an accomplishment than anything he did during his presidency. It was on this date in nineteen eighty-five serial killer richard ramirez the night stalker committed his first two murders in his los angeles killing spree and british prime minister. Robin cook resigned on this date. In two thousand three over government plans for war with iraq at the same time. Un secretary general kofi. Annan ordered his staff to leave iraq. We will withdrawn the unmovic and not to make agency inspectors we will withdraw the un humanitarian workers. We will withdrawn the unicom troops on the iraq kuwait aboard i. Non said the un administered oil for food program in iraq could be suspended during the withdrawal since oil monitors would not me on the ground to run the exchange of iraqi produced oil for humanitarian supplies. And it was on this date in two thousand eight. Paul mccartney's divorce from heather mills settled for forty eight point six million dollars passing away on this date. Saint patrick the patron saint of ireland. Also the fred allen passing away on saint patrick's day nineteen fifty-six actress grace stafford actress. Helen hayes singer terry stafford. I don't like spiders and steaks and my girl. Bill funny songs also fashion designer oleg cassini and singer furlan husky. This is the birth date of singer. Ray ellington nat king cole astronaut. James irwin from jefferson airplane. Paul cantor and john wayne gase. The first african american game show host borne on this date in history. He's still with us as well and quite a fine singer. Adam weighed eighty six years old. The show musical chairs was a great show but it was way too expensive for cbs. To produce also astronaut kenmare manningly five. Today he was with the loving spoonful and produced probably one of the best show themes of all time. Welcome back your dreams. 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The citizens against power craves politicians in washington. Help us take back. America go to our american rights dot com brought to you by the american media council on wednesdays classic radio theater we go back. Seventy one years march seventeenth nineteen fifty vincent price stars in three skeleton ti tired of the every day routine ever dream of a life of romantic adventure. Wanted to get away from it. All we offer you eight designed for you from the four walls up today for a half hour high venture tonight with scape to a lonely lighthouse of the steaming jungle coast of french kiana and a nightmare world of terror and violence as we bring you again in response to hundreds of requests three skeleton key starring vincent price picture this place a gray tapering cylinder welded by iron rods and concrete to the key itself a bare black rock one hundred fifty feet long maybe forty wide. That's at low tide at high tide. Just the lighthouse rising hundred ten feet straight up out of the ocean and all about it. The churning water rake green scum dappled warmest soup and swarming with gigantic bat. Like devil fish great violets portuguese man award yes shocks the big ones fifteen footers and if this weren't enough there was hot dang rotten smelling wind. That came a day and night. Off the jungle swamps of the mainland. A win that smelled like death. A win that it smelled the slow and frightful. Death came one night to this bear. Black rock sept in the base of the light was a watertight brunch door. And then you went up. Yes up and up. And round and round passed the tanks of oil in the coils of rope casts of wicks racks of lantern sacks of spots and cartons and cans up and up and up round and rap over the light storeroom. Was the food store over. The food store room was the bunk room where the three of us slept and over. The bunk room was the living and cooking roman over the living and cooking room was the light. She was a beauty big steel and bronze baby with sun gleaming through the glass walls all about bouncing blinding beams off the big shining reflectors glittering and refracting lenses the whole gigantic bulk of her balanced like a ballerina on glistening steel axle of a rotary mechanism. She was a sweetheart of a light added night. She'd live there on the stone deck of the gallery with her volving smoothly and quietly over your head easing her. Bright white is three hundred sixty degrees around the horizon. He had lied there watching to see the feeders kept working that everything ran right and it wouldn't be bad the other fellas snoring and there's tax two levels down you'd smoke your pipe to kill the stink the wind and then wouldn't be bad about those other two louis end august. What a pair. Louis he was. Headman was a big fellow from the basque country. Beard little heart black eyes and a pair of arms that i tell you those arms were as big around as my legs. Yes head man he was. And what do you let go was law silent fellow and although i spent my first two weeks trying to strike up a real conversation the most i could ever get out of him was john. I took this profession. Because i don't like people. They wanna talk too much. It's quiet work light tending. let's keep it that way. You getting as bad as august and so it may be but once they send me somebody that was when he accuses me of becoming like august. I quieted down. Because august was that talking is man. I'd ever met talking and the ugliest he was hunchback stood four feet. High had red hair and big blue eyes. It seems he'd been an actor in paris. Deep played in over two hundred different productions de boy at the game your but it was monstrous horrible. The way we used to scare the audiences. I was aided. Yes yes they used to throw things and his and bare their teeth. That finally got too bad. I couldn't stand it any longer. I gave up my nerves. You understand yes gave it up completely. I really did. It all started one morning at two thirty. I was on watched lying on the coup stone. Back pulling on my pipe staring out at the blackness prosper as in comas and the big yellow stars out of the corner of my eye. I noticed something show up for a second. Something light touched far off. I waited for it a come around again when she did there at one. Three master big one about a half mile often coming down out of the north northwest coming straight forest. You must understand. Our light was winning for a very good reason. Dangerous submerged reefs surrounded us and ships kept clear but this is sailing. Vessel was coming straight on a. I went over to the door and yelled understand. It waited for the light to come around again. She headed the glasses now. I couldn't read or name. But i could see her. Quite plainly all sail set of screaming away under her bow her beautiful a dutch ship. I guess why didn't she turn every time at has are light hitter with the glare of day shift north northwest. The light will touch her in a moment. Can't they see look at her. She just keeps coming on the square head. Watch north northwest. I know i know what it is. What the document the flying dutchman. We did a play about all what a performance you gusted. Ridden street mustang. She's loving yes. Sloppy way to come about she's derelict. That's a derelict. Abandoned the crew left and for some reason or other but instead of sinkings he's gone running before every wins not with these reefs to break up beautiful ship. Now why would men leave a beautiful ship like that. She didn't rambus all expected it but as we waited for the crash she left again. Caught some odd guston about. We watched her the rest of those black hours healing and rocking pushed and pulled by every wind. Every free current watched her until the dawn came. Louis c. Turn from black to pearly grey. And she came again heading for us. We all had our glasses trained on there. Now you can kill the life right. Doesn't look so good by daylight. Thinks you'll ground this time. i say. Do you think she'll ground his time. This is absolutely possible way. Take my glasses better than a us. All right what is it your focus. And then my breath froze in my throat. The decks were swarming with a doc brown carpet. That looked like a gigantic fungus but undulating and on the mass yards the guys and all were hundreds of thousands not an endless number of enormous iraq. See them. I see now. We know why she's darrell. Yes now we know you could give me a look. Give him a glasses. Take a good look chatterbox. Give you something to talk about. She's still heading for us. It's she's gone to you. Better turn soon. Suppose you doesn't mean supposedly piles up on the key. Slow tide is whereas all the conversation august here want glasses again. She still coming on. Gosh where do you turn say. Hi praying look on the wall like a copy swimming shirley swimming those ships rich but they're swimming for the rocks dot beloved come on facing down the stairs three four hundred times. You bet we were scared. I get the windows. Maybe they can climb. We don't know right. Look see them. No oh yes. I do at the other end of the rock. Look the medians. They smell us your they come. Close the door. Oh that was close term bigger and his wild and read his teeth long and sharpen and yellow. He went for us. All right ravenous and we've fought him thought that one rat all over the room. It was really. I do not exaggerate. It was like god. We better get a lot from seventy one years ago. Vincent price three skeleton key on escape. I'm wyatt cox. 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The periphery was seeking the cover up and confuse the mccarthy saying it would be amusing was not so fraught with danger. Winston churchill asserted last night. Britain's labour government withheld from parliament defense secrets. Which are certainly and obviously known to so we russia making it plain. He referred to the adam and hydrogen bombs but conservative leader demanded the secret session of the house of commons for debate on the subject with no holds barred in reply. Prime minister attlee said. I don't think a secret session would be particularly valuable. Except we might avoid these electioneering speeches. He churchill starting his remarks last night with a number of cheap and nasty party points. Republican national chairman guide debut allston yesterday defined the issue of the one thousand nine hundred fifty campaign regain gop control of the senate and house as liberty and socialism. He charged with a small but powerful group of persons who are believed in socialism and have no concept of the foundation of american progress. Is dictating the administration's program for a planned economy. Senator kilgorde the democrat of west. Virginia three walked out of the senate. Hearing after announcing hints that a government agency goldstone kilgore report on this place persons. Before walking out he engaged in a shouting. Row with senator jenner. The republican of indiana who's heading a subcommittee hearing on displaced persons legislation bing crosby separated from his appendix monday singer. Ginny simms separated from her husband boat. Separations took place in santa monica. California in douglasville. Georgia martha n greg's lost some time from school. When she underwent polio treatment at warm springs but rusty her german police dog taking up the slack bore. He'll receive a degree from douglasville high school list spring for years faithful attendance and eighty years ago. Irwin s pierce's. Mother gave him a jar of blackberry. Jam well he opened the jam the other day and said it tasted fine. The ninety year old man said. I couldn't resist the temptation of any longer. Today's top news stories reported in the newspapers of friday march seventeenth nineteen fifty on your radio escape. Three skeleton key which continues now on classic radio theatre ran up the winding staircase. We passed the kind ea windows of various levels and everyone was pick wriggling screaming curtain up. Brown i i was head of louis and i try to beat successive level supposed to fund away in. It's a nightmare. The was a confected with the spook might was deemed brown did through the crawling mass swarmed over the glass could not see the sky. Nothing nothing but them read is that caused they. Liaoning harry snouts. They're not screened and howled and who themselves against the glass. Was we three. We stood quietly in the center of the class. London beautiful light. We take these. Ill take it easy. Five won't do any good. It's ten hearing. Anybody wants to talk. Good got to within his name. is robert. guess not. you don't like them. Just frank go away away. Not until what. Not until they said take just so much power and then you get used to it. Pay were interesting to watch no. They couldn't understand the glass. They could see us and they could rush. It is but that thin invisible barrier held them off. Stop from time to time. We caught a glimpse of the rocks below more rats down there swarming brown velvet and the bright red sunlight. Then the tide began to ride only. It'd drown some of them. Don't drought you can draw one of them. They're all climbing the tower. This around us is getting thicker. What's the time you've got this. Watch john right. Wake me at ten. I will come along. 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Today bob hope will be with us on our thursday classic radio theater program and episode from sixty eight years ago march. Eighteenth nineteen fifty. Three as bob's getting ready for the academy awards and guest. William bendix appears as a cab driver taking bob to his first oscar ceremony as the host. That'll be on our thursday edition. But let's wrap up three skeleton key and episode of escape starring vincent price seventy one years ago march seventeenth nineteen fifty louis. Relieved me a ten. But i didn't get much sleep that night and when i came up into the gallery early next morning there stood august his back to me. He was bowing to the rats waving his arms and making us speed going to play once again that magnificent role which made me the toasted the package theater the genius of the media and i wanted the dock sold of showers into the nether is do not be fighting. Children who stereo hearts drunk. But he didn't notice me mad. He kept parenting telling stories. All rats leaving no one alive on the is their patron for that. He went on bowing and scraping to the rats. Big is rolling and winking as wild red hair waving about him. I grabbed him by the arms house child. Then he's screwed up about to cry below. Go on my audience later matinee. Today snore crazy. I guess we all were few hours. Later he came back up and caught louis teasing the rats. Yes sounds horrible. It was we could get right up against the grass and make phases at the mid. Throw them crazy would scratch away trying to get our is louie was even cuter about it. People upbeat bread out of his pocket and present against the glass the rats would scramble into solid ball mighty each other clustering like great time-to-time own not of them would slip and paul hundred ten feet to the third below. Shocks burns did get another budge. The kill asia go joined into whole very ingenious goose. He learned that if he spreadeagled himself against the glass. They'd bunsen bundle against his figure. Then leapt fat. Took my portrait in. Rats went on all day. And then i was lying in bed. It was about midnight. i was very tired. I was just beginning to fall off to sleep when i became conscious of a new sound. Couldn't figure it i. I got up lit the lamp and went to the window. Even as i look at it i saw one of the pains begin to sag in they motorway lily. Quake what what is it away. Held a glass with my hands now. They were all going crazy and assured of the success of this maneuver. We're all nibbling away at the wood. Louis ran below and then returned with a large seat of pin. We spread it against the window and hammered it into place even as we did some a heavy bodies. Cutting against the other side is but window game. Play that oughta hold. If it doesn't get done for rats they had what was that. It came from below on email. That's coming up the stairs like let's go after them and they came at us. I leave to one side and grab the marlins spike swung and one in mid air world. See louis with the other ripped his and open in. The blood was pouring all over the place. He held his hand. A lot of the snarling. Hi steffan got him. That's both of them. Louis tie that up and look at it. I bleeding. Don't worry about louis. Here's a wind kerchief around and it'll be okay blood it's not bad. Just the flames. You came hunches of another news. Sound knowing their way through the what he watched would edens. Ideally began to give way bristling with three. No show through the way we've got to go up tonight. Slammed the door hair too. But he was with my blood. What are we going to do not to be through this woman. In a moment the galloway trap door and the gallery is metal. Combined mate may cost the trap door exhausted why below the rats took over the entire tower. I hear them howling and fighting over our food supply our water. I leather all about us. The other screamed and go laird in addis swayed in a tangled mass hypnotized by the ever turning light morning. The air in the little room was horrible. Until now we've been getting air from the tower below. Now that was sealed off so is all our food and water exhausted. Panting waiting waiting. How is crawled. How is almost always from fatigue. When i too fast. What would you like. And i can let you. August was standing by the glass. In one hand. He held oh wrench glass gently not quite far enough to break. Slowly i have to do is just found coil of wire in the tool kit. I trust him up fast into tension in the center of the room. Louis was of no help lay on his side looking at his bloody hand weakened sick as a baby so there i was a lunatic and a coward company and all about watching our little drama. The rats that they dragged by the supply boat wasn't due for another twelve days. I don't know what they could have done. If they add. Come we only one way of summoning them and that was to shoot off distress rockets but the rockets were four floors below. And even if they'd been right there in the gallery. I couldn't have opened a window to fire them at night. I tended the light but it's flame was devouring oxygen the following day. We laid thirst toy minutes. Typing waiting waiting and following night i again tended the light but this mall supply of spare waking kept in the gallery at become exhausted and quite suddenly about midnight. The like nothing. I could do wicks stored three levels below laughing at do nothing from time to time. I'd strike a match to see the clock. Did it lit up. The million red is about all what low. It'd go quiet. They cleaned this house now. They were waiting all white. And then the rats quite saddened then. I heard then i saw the sky and the stars the rats were gone. I went to the glass. They water a small freighter banana boat showing a few lights. Softly and innocent. Light was out. He didn't know. I wanted to open the windows to call out to them to warn them somehow but i was afraid. What if the rats were hiding from tricking me. I waited she grounded very softly on a wreath. Not two hundred yards from the key grounded so gently that land. Playing the cornet was he a passenger crewman off watch. Didn't even stop playing. They tried washing her back off. I could have told them to save their fuel. The tide was rising. Would've bloated her free weight. That's all that's the story it's on came up and there wasn't a rat on the whole key. Every last one of that terrible army at a leftist gone back to see and their new ship. I'll ghost insane. Asylum never recovered louis. They took him into cayenne or he died of blood poisoning from his bike. That's the whole of it. Excuse me now. I'm set my traps. No no mouse traps. No rats in this lighthouse. I should say not life in the lights bad. 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Do you think undefeated gonzaga can run the table and win their first. Nc double a basketball championship after the first day. Most of you said no now. It's even an even split fifty fifty so think about it. It's on the homepage at sports. Byline dot com. You know all the years that. I've been sports. I can only think of three athletes. That i would not do their job. One would be motor racing. Because i mean that's inherent two hundred miles an hour and you run into other people run into the wall and everything and we've had asked of course in that sport. That's one thing i wouldn't do. The other two is jockeys people that way under a hundred and twelve pounds and they climb on the back of horses at way. Twelve hundred pounds. They break out of the gate going down the track. I wouldn't do that as well. And then the third thing is bull riders. I don't quite understand why you wanna get into a sport like that where you climb on the back of a raging bull. Come out of the gate and he's tried to throw you around but we're going to talk about that with zeki. Oh mitchell this first. Our very few athletes teach themselves sport in which they could be hurt badly and even killed but zika. Oh mitchell is just that. He's only twenty three years old. He taught himself how to bowl ride. I think you're gonna find this story and zico very interesting and then later on early part of my career. I worked at abc sports. And i worked for howard cosell. Very interesting man. Mercurial is probably the word. I'd use more than anything else and mark rebel. Ski is gonna join us to talk about his book. Called howard cosell the man myth and also the transformation of american sports. I don't know whether you've heard or not but Couple more news items coming out of the nfl on money. Signings trent williams is staying with the forty niners reached an agreement on a six year. Deal with one hundred and thirty eight million dollars making him. 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First of all what was it about cowboy ing also bull riding. That made you want to do this whenever i was growing up. My daddy always workout way close and Always just trying to emulate. What i thought was was a cowboy in Ever since then since a little kid on in this one we do it and I figure was probably the best way to make a pretty decent living at being a cowboy. And so i dove into it and try to do the best tech. Could to become a rodeo athlete. Did you think about the danger of the sport at all. necessarily not really I figured the way i look at it. Is that jeetan back in the car every day so have boron just another. Had a little adjourn tonight day. Nobody jumps into the middle of a swimming pool to learn how to swim. As you know ezekiel what were the early steps for you and bull riding pretty much Was getting down in the middle pool. At first thing i did was Pretty much built a barrel and then start getting on booze. That's the only way to really learn the sport to get on booze but she started on on a lesser caliber Kinda get thrown to the wolves. Tell me a little bit about the bucking barrel. What that was and how you used it. Well when i was a kid. I watched a movie called. My heroes have always been cowboys. And they made this barrel by hanging it up Clinton some posts But all i had was to tree. So i got a fifty five gallon drum Too late robes and in between two trees and pretty much am a little brothers or my stepdad. Or whoever was there to try to me off of it i. I wondered what the family said about this desire for you to do this. What was their reaction to it My mom's reaction wasn't completely ideal at first but it was just like any mother. She didn't want her son to be hired so she really didn't like it at first but now she's a big fan for the most part. The whole family has been really supportive. My daddy daddy was really supportive in the beginning in that. Come hell no. I just have a ton of support. Really enjoy what was your a ha moment. Ezekiel and what. I mean by that one was it that you said you know. I know i could get hurt. But i know also i can do this and do it very well. What was that moment. i this moment. I was probably the a senior in high school and Had really just one. My first borat. And i wasn't any good at at the time but i was like okay. One my first one on one of my first book within a believe that i can do this and make a career out of eventually and how about the first time you really got thrown off badly. Did you have to three things the idea of doing this. No actually i think what that was my high school year Rodeo and to put my ear wide open Pretty much slips it inside out and had to have surgery and never once. I was gonna quit so have never really accepting lows. I've never really really considered quitting at all Things say i'm done with it. But i've never really thought much taunting to quit. I found a comment from me. That i found very interesting. You said a bull riding. It's a real life and death circumstances and there's not an experience like a describe it for me. How always say that. It's hard to describe around unless you actually got it but it's uh when whenever it happens right it's like a dance and it's like dancing with chaos and just trying to control chaos. I might point out. That ezekiel was already a in bull riding any as his eyes set on eventually becoming a world. Champion and one doesn't usually connect pro bowl. Writing with african. American athletes is support dominated by white athletes. Did you face any barriers in that area except for the most part now radio the big family As long as you're doing your job. And i'm thinking anybody really cares too much There's some people in some towns and stuff like that. That went particularly too. Nice jimmy. But i i try to take away everything. And just keep on continuing on. There's another aspect in a solo sport like you're in There's an easy way to measure whether somebody's good or not. And that's what the clock and their ability to stay on the back of the bowl. And i within the family of bull riding That that is what they measure. You buy not the color of your skin. My correct in that observation completely correct. I just wanna see Get bulls route. That's all it is to as long as you can make that whistle. Doesn't really matter what you look like. Do you have to adjust things along the way in a short ride like that. I mean what's your mindset. Is you go and come out of the gate and what the bull is doing and what you're trying to do. I just pretty much want to do whatever it takes to win. And at that point you can't think too much because these balls moving just as fast as you are It's all reaction. You have to trust your body and what you've what you've chained. Do you tell me. A little. Bit about the bulls you've written because they're fifteen hundred pound. Do you scout them. What do you look for. when you know the bulls. you're gonna ride I don't really try to make too much of a game plan for anything. Any of I just want to Take it jumped by jump. And 'cause both have a minute ago as well so you don't wanna get too much in the game on yeah. I can't imagine having a conversation with a bowl. Him telling you. This is what. I'm going to do today when you climb aboard and are about to come out of the gate. What can you tell about the bull. You're writing and what you may have to do. In this case age book kind of has their own tendencies and patterns for the most part so he just pretty much know what they're gonna do. You don't want to have too much of a game plan but you just wanna go on their level headed and and make sure you can get the job done in most sports is you know. Athletes will scout the opposition. And i'm just wondering. Do you watch a lot of video on the bulls that you might ride that really for me. I try not to think about it too much because a lot of times i'll get a game plan set up. I think a lot. So i try to keep it as simple as possible So i try not to watch too many videos or anything like that. I know i've always found that. In any sport. Highly skilled athletes and winners have an ego and a lot of self confidence. And i found this quote from you very insightful. You said i wouldn't ever say that. I really never get nervous as far as getting on the bowl but i know that things can change in the blink of an eye on more so nervous to lose than anything just ready to go and i'm ready to win anything less than that attitude and you wouldn't be able to do what you do or when would you not say i don't believe so at all. That's what i've always talked to say. I've always said i don't really get scared to derive or nervous to write him just because i have such a respect for the animal So i'm just trying to get in there and and win because like you said i don't like losing it all. I don't know any winter that likes lid and so i get more nervous. Liz and i do anything else. Obviously time is a factor in determining who wins and who doesn't win but what about the style of the type of ride. You have explained that a little bit. Timmy i don't know i'm just kind of out there Try to be loosening. Cool and i like to have a lot of fun with it. That's just me in life. In general just i go with the flow and half speaking of fun. Been any fun moments you can share with me. yes sir. Fun moment was reading the two time and reigning world. Champion bucking bull Earlier this year. That was a ton of fun to be able to do on national television in front of fans. Because you know the calva candy making stuff like that It was really an amazing experience. You know when you think of the sport. And i know you're part of the life by the horns series that's snapchat discover presentation. You're trying to bring awareness to how much everybody loves and cares for the animals. That's something that is often forgotten. Tell me just briefly about that. Yeah a lot of people don't realize that Those bucking bulls that we compete against every weekend are treated like a lot of people's kids. I mean no. The some families that bucking bulls get fat before their kids do and their kids have to treat their bucking bulls before they can even sit down for dinner or breakfast so They're extremely well taken care of that Chiropractors they get. I guess you can say pedicures. 'cause they get it done and They get checked vets very often Is animals are treated with respect and and we'd love them all and we respect them all. Well i respect you for what you've done and how you've done it as well. 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Even though tom landry always showed restrained emotions and christian a he was a man of great reach curiosity when not redefining the game by inventing a four three defense and popularizing the shotgun. He was a connoisseur of art and fine wine world traveler and a collector of first edition classic literature. His stone face sideline visage was in fact that well deployed coaching tactic and it would divide mystify his players and opponents who either loved him or feared him first question mark. I have to ask you. And i might tell people that you better be in good shape if you buy this book and read it because at six hundred and eighty five pages and i was kind of stunned by that because you don't see books that big. What was it. That dictated a book. That big about tom. Tom landry at such so little to say it'd be so much to late about but the fact is there really was and i mean tell you not the first i with about nine hundred pages. He was a very fascinating gentleman. That no but the the kind nobody ever knew existed. And when you read this book you'll see that he was very much a human being but he was very much a man who knew how to control everything no facet of his personality. One of the things that i've always found interviewing people is that whatever they turn out to be mark it's because of where they started and how they grew up. In the case of tom landry. He grew up in mission texas. Tell me a little bit about him. Growing up there and how it might have molded him michigan texas as almost like a shrine. Not only tom. Landry buzzes. father ray landry. The fire chief there for about fifty years taught sunday school at the church where the family worshipped every sunday. And probably the town's most beloved human being ever ever come through town in fact later on when he retired. This is ray landry. Now father the newspaper stories about him. That didn't even mention his son. How about that. You got to be pretty beloved in in that town to overshadow your son if your son's name is tom landry. That's kind of town. It was it was very small very parochial town. Everybody knew other There were no secrets. landry coach. Bob martin right next door and in a basement apartment. It was like it was almost like mayberry. R f d. It was it was it. Was that kind of a small town. And that's those are the values that stayed with landry throughout his whole life and still mostly not. His father was a very gregarious guy very outgoing but by his mother ruth was just like tom very very very contained very close lipped but had those those human values that she passed down over son. It's fascinating tell if you ever go there because every every street almost. There's some sort of shrine. Tom landry his father right then. Of course they have statutes and they have plaques all over the place as you just alluded to but the other thing is. He was a pretty good quarterback in high school wasn't he. He was a quarterback. Who's a fullback. Defensive guy was a great natural athlete and he won headlines as you'll see them in the book in the in the local mission newspapers for being the hero he was the guy everybody turned to and so it would be that he would have a football career and he did at university at the university of texas unfortunately it was interrupted by his world war two military service and not to story as you'll see he cheated death and number of times a as a fighter pilot in the war and able every single one of those missions the way you handled coaching without without ever losing control or even betraying any kind of seer whatsoever. You can't be traced fear in the cockpit of a of a bomber plane going down over europe and the middle of the night. You got something you've got something in your personality that will serve you well in life and of course. The war did touch his family with the loss of a sibling yet. Brother robert his older brother. Who if anything the afternoon of the family he was the captain football team He was older than time. He was the first to go into the war. He was a fighter pilot. Just as tom would they. And he's playing went down over the north atlantic and they never recovered his body a traumatic very traumatic experience. But one that. Tom like everything else pushed further and further deeper inside submerging. It very rarely talked about it to his wife for his closest friends. Only much later that this war started coming out. That's the kind of very very humble. Did not wanna boy was on board and as you read that there was so much said. He could've blown his own horn about that. He just didn't think you know would look right if he if he bragged on himself. That's the kind of any was and he was drafted not once but twice once in one thousand nine hundred six futures and explained that and then he was drafted also by the afc so he was somebody that was certainly in demand for his talents as a football player came back from the war and starting from scratch real because he missed three years. Three four years in the army came about to to texas and started from the bottom up under a blair cherry. The bible moved up very gradually by senior year. He was the co captain the quarterback and he of an uneven season as you read me. He had a lot of ups and downs but he but he was perfect for the pros. I mean he was he was he was like the perfect symbol of what football looking for in the fifties because it was such a clown show with such a circus that they were looking for. Men like tom landry. The giants had drafted him because his class graduated even when he was overseas so the technicality they were able to draft him as a senior and when he came back he was actually a sophomore because he had missed all that time so but by the time he was a senior. The afc as you said The challenger the the upstart league at that time. drafted him Very very high and he went to the new york football yankees a team. Many people probably don't don't know even existed. Who did play thank stadium. The giants then played at the polo grounds. But that's what the league. The league collapsed after one year and then the territorial draft that follow the giants pick landry and that was that was the start of everything for him and as a coach he started in one thousand nine hundred fifty four. He was the defensive coordinator of the giants and the offensive coordinator. The other side and this is where his friendship began. Was vince lombardi. So he invents became friends and of course both of them involved in a lot of people say is the greatest. Nfl game ever which was at fifty eight game between the new york. Giants and the baltimore colts. Tell me a little bit about that ward slash game with the giants looking back. It's almost astonishing. That that willing- wellington mara who both really like even though they thought he was cheap. Which was you know. They both loved him To the land twice still loves landry much much more than she loves. Anything about the cowboys They they were the the really the the powers behind the throne. The giants had a head. Coach jim lee howell. Who used to joke himself that he was there. Let me just blow up the footballs. Which basically did he leads. So landry high. A coach the defense he met lombardi the offense and they were the two big could best coaches in football and They had won the championship in nineteen fifty six when they beat the chicago bears of slaughtered them and then in fifty eight as you mentioned the alleged greatest game ever played. I think it is and you know for one of sloppiest games ever played but certainly it was one of the most exciting games ever played for. Tv audience was like an epiphany about pro. football pro. Football had really really given anybody a reason to watch it on. Tv until the net really made the nfl looking back. It's just astonishing with vince. Lombardi in tom. Landry on your team under contract you don't name either one of them head coach. That's sort of the. You know the the the cursive bay. Ruth on the red sox. China was successful for a few years after that but then went went into the dumper. And that was that was almost like a the curse of lending landry and lombardi go. We only have a minute before we have to break. So this'll be a brief question. That is he ends up with the dallas cowboys in nineteen. Sixty is their first head coach. How did that come about well. He knew he he was gonna leave a giant because he knew he wasn't going to get the head coach job. You know it was going to be jimmy. How was gonna stay awhile. And then he knew that. How can we. How bobo allie. Sherman was going to get the job. So is really no reason for stick around the gone to dallas anyway. Everything about tom. Landry screams texas. I mean the soil of texas with what bread him he needed to be there. He he decreed that every every child had the would be born in texas not in new york and so it was. It was pretty script that he was going to go. He had a lot of teams from From the houston oilers when they when the afl started in nineteen sixty but he chose. The expansion dallas cowboys. You really want even a team. Then that even been given their their charter their approval by the other owners in the league which is a story in itself how that came about because of tex schramm he was able to ram it through but he knew he had to go back to texas. It was going to be a russell. He knew that and it certainly was. He could have been fired any number of times with i. Three years margaret hausky is with us. We're talking about his book and the last cowboy. We continue on sports byline. Do you own an annuity either. Fixed rate indexed or variable. Are you paying high fees and getting lower returns if so annuity general would like you to have this free book to learn the pitfalls of mistakes if buying an annuity. the annuity. do's and don'ts for baby boomers contains the little known truths about annuities like how to help. Reduce your fees and increased retirement income. And it's free. That's right free as a bonus. We'll also throw in a free annuity rate report. Just for calling. 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Building that franchise starting in nineteen sixty. Because in that first season they will go eleven and one. This was a disaster again. It was it hadn't even been a franchise and when it started they had to sign players under the culprit battle of of clint murchison. His corporations have companies because there was no team they actually were called the dallas rangers for a while but there really was no team until they got their charter at the nfl meetings. After a late nineteen they had to start from scratch. They have a team up and running in a matter of weeks months and they were able to. They wanna sign dandy don meredith which which was good but they had no draft choices because they started so early in the draft that had no draft choices they have to sign free agents With merck assumes money in fact landry's first contract was signed by the dallas cowboys but by clinton mirka susan's corporate entity. It was under that banner. So he had to start totally from scratch. Merkin would not commit to spending any money on the team the first couple of years after practice old baseball stadium with broken sewage. And you know. The locker rooms were disaster in the field. The fields were were were torn terrible but this is what they had to go about their business. The first few years landry still instituted a an offensive system that was unheard of us was especially on a team of odds and ends and factory seconds. They were playing these offense. These multiple sets that no one ever saw before. So you know you know. He had in mind a battle plan know he had strategy. He was ready to implement systems. He just needed players and to clinton merck since credit In nineteen sixty four after three terrible losing season he gave landry know a ten year extension and actually was an eleven year extension because he eats started from that season on but still had a year to go so eleven years of extension and that and that was really the moment that the dallas cowboys were made. After that that everything started to jill started to get better players able to implement his systems and murchison was proven. Right in hiring him yeah. The cowboys improved a seven seven. That was in one thousand nine hundred sixty five and then in sixty six. They surprise the nfl by posting ten wins and making an all the way to the nfl championship game. If there was a constant over his entire twenty nine years with the dallas cowboys general manager tex schramm. Tell me a little bit about their relationship and why they coexisted so well together. Yeah textual is probably need. Most under noticed underrated executive whoever whoever lived he he was actually the guy who made the nfl. He was a genius. He had here to helped build the los angeles rams and he went to. Cbs and he helped to develop the image of the league. In the early sixties. Brilliant man he was the first hire of the cowboys or the rangers as they were called. Nobody's as they really were. He was clerk since i tire. And then landry was was strange. I hire and the reason that the chemistry works so well is because landry had no interest whatsoever in the business end of the operation none he wanted nothing to do with the left all have to schram and that was why it worked for so many of the there was a lot of You know between them so bad blood. At times there was some envy on schramm's part that landry was getting all the credit while schramm would take some criticism but they really stood st- stood together for for for almost twenty nine years. There was almost like a blood bond there and that was the reason. Landry wasn't fired earlier by bum. Bright when he after he bought the team from irksome and You know that was the reason that jerry jones wind up firing landry because schramm would not do it in fact. He had kept landry landry safe in his job so much turmoil in the eighties. So that was the reason why they they had that. Chemistry was also gil brandt. Let's not forget him. He was the scouting he was the third leg of the cowboys stool. He was able to get leads on college players. Nobody the original draft nerd. You know he was the original mel kiper and he was the guy who knew knew the players were stashed. You know was everything was so then. A guy like that could have a file all his own on players and so the three those guys really would. That was the chemistry. That made the cowboys tom. Landry compiled a record of two hundred and seventy victories. One hundred and seventy eight losses. Six ties the third most wins of all time for an nfl coach and probably his most impressive. Professional accomplishment is the fact that his twenty consecutive winning seasons which went between nineteen sixty six and nineteen eighty five and i know in my conversations with him before he passed away. He i remember the question i asked him. I said how did you knowing your personality. Your upbringing your background. Feel about the label of america's team and he pause for just a second mark. He cleared his throat and he said well. Let's just say i wasn't too happy with it. He knew he could be a target he would. They would wear that as a target for they still do. I mean now it's almost a joke. It's comical but this again is where landry disagreed with shrek. Schramm was the marketing genius. He knew how to market that team. It was it's like a cheerleaders. Landry aided the dallas cowboy cheerleaders and when you look back what what. Seal institution on. That team has lasted the longest cheerleaders right. Landry filling them at softcore softcore porn. For god's sake that that's the kind of man he was but he always had to accede to schramm on matters like that because he knew what he was. He knew shrimp talk. Nobody was talking about tom. Landry deeply religious and of course there's been movies like north dallas forty and others that portrayed the dallas cowboys as an autocratic my way of the highway type of thing what's the reality about his persona and also that organization under him. I love that movie away from the book. It's probably the greatest sports movie ever made as probably the greatest movie that could that could ever be made about the dallas cowboys. A little over the top. You know i was a little crazy but you gotta do that when you read a book and make a movie but that that's how the cowboys were under heavy under. The stern watches of tom. Landry they were doing things that landry didn't even know what's going on or at least he said he didn't know about. It didn't want to know what was going on. What's that team that team on a personal level where was a bunch of degenerates led by led by peach yet. At gametime practice time that was none of they would have run through walls for landry. That's the way disconnect the great. You know the great irony of those cowboys teams that they were just so degenerate yet under landry when when it came time to play for him. All of that was swept away. Except for hollywood henderson. Doing cocaine on the sideline you know that. Would she paid for dearly. They they just you know it's funny with henderson duane. Thomas gave landry such a hard time after they had retired. The the session in life was to get absolution from and they needed tom landry to forgive them for what they did what they had done. It was almost like they couldn't go on in life without that. And that's the measure of the man the stability that he brought never wavered and the reason it didn't because it was it was it wasn't posed it wasn't fake it was just the way the man was. You know it's interesting. You use the word degenerate about the dallas cowboys. I don't think most people would think of in that terms because of landry and his persona and also the success that they had. But i always considered him because i was with. Cbs sports doing nfl. Football games so i heard a lot of the stories got a lot of the guys as well but i always considered them to be the nfc's version of the afc. Oakland raiders. well. Yeah except with the warriors you knew what was going on because they they billed themselves as the bad boy they they build themselves with the saturns. You know they would publicize the wreckage. They left whereas with the cowboys. It always have to be covered up it always to be you know. This is just rumors. This isn't happening. I think allergic was to blame for for a little bit of that himself because he turned a blind eye to think he had to know. We're going on but that was the price you pay for keeping great players around you. Let them blow off steam like that you let them act like men. Dallas being city that it was with harvey. Martin said you could just reach out your hand and pull it back and you'd have cocaine on in your palm. Was that kind of a town you know but to even be able to exist as a winning football team in that environment was amazing and the reason they did was because of landry. I think yeah. I do remember that when it ended He was kind of lost for a while. Because i talked to him that first year after he had a he had you know been Pushed out of the organization that was not handled particularly well. It was kind of sloppy. How did you see affecting him. Well it was a disaster from from my point was it was a pr cataclysm for for jerry jones. From start and again out with this tex schramm just refused to be the be got. Be the the guy who gave landry the ax know. Jerry jones is gonna fire landry. He was going to have to do it by himself. And that led to the famous infamous. Saturday night massacre when he fired landry on a golf course. In austin energy was was very very very upset. He wouldn't show it. Of course he never showed any emotion like that The right things but he was filming. I had a wonderful interview with his his widow. Alicia who is the queen of dallas. All those years she. She's great because she put into words what he never would. And if you read the the prologue of the book she is she is she. Leaves no doubt where landry stood When it came to jerry jones he couldn't he couldn't abide the man. neither neither of them can or needle. When couldn't she still can't and he was angry about. It is that he wanted to stay around in football. He moved a gated pathway. Knew he was getting all go one more year just like how different it would have been a jones. Let landry go one. More year. And then brought jimmy johnson in the whole dynamic would been jones would have been beloved endows instead of being reviled now. But that's the way things go and you know. Let you make the best of it in his retirement. If there's a lot of good things in his retirement and Was very happy with the life he had led by the time he died with no regrets about what he had done at all. And that's part of the man. He he was built that way. We only have a couple minutes left mark. But did you find out anything about him at surprised. You said that he was he was he was a good drinker. Thought he'd never allowed the evil. You know the fire water to the cautions lips but during the war probably hanging out at the officers club between bombing runs. He learned how to make a mean martini and he was able to do that. And when he was with the giants and the cowboys both typical the five thirty club where they get together with the writers on friday afternoon at five thirty and get raging drunk especially especially tex schramm. Who is a major alcoholic imbibing with the rest of them. That surprised me and he would have been waiting for the players on the flight home. Imagine that tom landry doing what. What most coaches never would do willingly giving his players booze on the way home from a game that surprise me. Because he was slated to these guys he was a player he knew what players fought how they felt after losing games and he knew he had to he but he had to do was in the interest of his players always in the final minute that we have. What is his legacy. I took the twenty nine years that he was there. I mean obviously no one will ever come close to that and pulled down. Everything never did that. That was a measure of the man. Stability i you know. I met him in the seventies briefly. But i did start on the couch for sports magazine and house very wary of meeting. Because i didn't expect him. I'll i'm i'm in new york. I m maybe liberal in politics and tom landry was in academia but when they met the guy i actually could feel strength of him without him even trying to to show such strength or anything that was what radiated and i think that was what led to the stability twenty nine years. It just don't make that anymore and sports and make build guys for the long run. Landry was booked for the long run and he was not only west cowboy but the coach to be built for the long run like that. Yeah i agree with you. It's what have you done for me lately in professional sports and particularly in the nfl as well mark. Congratulations for writing this book. i'm looking forward to reading it. I'll get through all six hundred and eighty five pages and won't hurt myself you will. It'd be woken. it'd be worth you know. okay. I hope anyway it will be mark. Take care and come back. You're welcome anytime here on sports. Byline thank you very much mark. Hausky is the author this wonderful book and i hope you will check it out. Because he wasn't a conic person in football. Tom landry the name of the book. Is the last cowboy. A life of tom landry. We continue with more of you and america's sports talk show hello and welcome back to the ronnie deutsche tax program on the line. Is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. High rotting love your show. listen. I've got a big problem. You see my paycheck gorgeous last week and only get half the normal amount to make matters. Worse the irs froze my bank account. Listen i'm embarrassed and scared. I need some help. Listen paul you'll need to feel embarrassed. He just needs some tax help in the great news is the. Irs has some unbelievable programs that can eliminate your tax debt. So you don't have to worry about having your paycheck garnished or your bank levied. 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Who became the philadelphia seventy sixers and also finished up his career with the chicago bulls and he was known for his speed getting the nickname the jet and also durability and dedication to the game and during his thirteen year career he played over. One thousand games never missing more than six games in any season and each season. His team was in the playoffs and he had a career average of eighteen points a game and also a seven time. All star. I know you were born in mississippi chat. But you grew up up and michigan. Tell me a little bit about Growing up there well. We moved from mississippi to michigan raking fifties because of an south at that time The life flow. African american was not very very well. Some mother w- seven brothers and sisters and my mother move move. Move us all to michigan. And that's why i go up and a great career. They're in high school and the has a great life there was the assimilation of moving up to the north. Where you have a lot of snow in michigan different from the south of course and just the people being different was that assimilation a challenge for you in the family. Well the when that i moved there i think the first year of school i was afraid to sit next to a white girl i i came into no seats one field in the classroom and it was blassie but it a white girl someone and according to the because you know in in in the salad that time you didn't you didn't you didn't miss with the that kind of stuff. Some of the teacher told me he said there there has really. She says he has so. That was my first experience free. And how did your success in basketball up at benton harbor. How did that easier way into into society into life because invariably of talent And particularly a sports talent than people have a different view. They except maybe some things. They wouldn't normally except yoga. So you can get your name piper a couple of times and people who you are and in a small town with only one school a i was kind of limited because i was told at six four six hundred pretty good at the basketball and those people pay attention to that in time too much much less time I was able to to the front of the line and it made me feel. I realized that then. Hey i'm eleven. i'm ongoing so we'll kind of things to happen. And i didn't feel good. You played your college ball at bradley. The all time leading score there. How did you end up. Bradley coach long story is a long story. Basically that was kidnapped. I'll wait till the -versity of nebraska and my brothers taking chicago gets a plane to lincoln nebraska when the coach rally diversity came out and said look wants to chicago. I will drop chit off at the airport. My brothers said okay. Fine you know. I got in the car so they. They stopped in place to small towns. They have breakfast and when you finish not playing going to lead them the brass and left so so they can have a plane. You'll have a fight so you might as well go to be with us. A plane try to play at the airport in chicago. Would there be put no planes peoria. So that's how it all happened when you got to bradley that experience that whole experience there. What was that like for you chat blue. Very interesting You know brandon very conservative school peoria illinois and I just came from the chris. Holy place in the south. And i was a little shy. Haven't talked much Saliba big adjustment was fine. I got into because of basketball. And i'm in a lotta people guys who my teammates. And the so it worked out you were drafted by the syracuse nationals. Of course That was in your first year in the nba and they later became in the second year. The philadelphia seventy sixers. What did you think pro basketball would be like can. How was it similar to or different from what you thought. Well you know At the time that wasn't make making a lot of money. I think my first year and syracuse. I may ten thousand dollars. I got a two thousand dollar bonus. And i thought it was a lot of money at the time because i was moving projects so i used to have a lot of money but ten thousand dollars at the time was was really really. Welcome by me a family. That was eight dollars so get into pro is big the big thrill for me. And i also you know no when they moved from syracuse to philadelphia. Was that a little bit of a culture shock for you know no because philadelphia's at the time the town in jazz music there and i loved jazz so i would say hung out with friends. We hung out at the Chill boat rammed the jazz club. Something that was really good. I mean i. I in philadelphia and Some players kind of him al and she's jackson. Then cain back in to make it a really really special you know when you think about how fast you were. How durable you were how much you loved the game of basketball. Where did those roots come from. I don't know nobody in my family. My selling seven brothers play. Anything they worked they worked in factories. One brother was baseball player. But they didn't Go that'd be great to play basketball. What i just didn't like it but we want to play in basketball in my family. One of the things that you certainly aside from the things i already mentioned were so good at shooting. Free throws you had a career average of eighty percent. Now i take a look at professional basketball today and obviously there are the the skill players the guards and everything and they're very very good. But what is it about free throws. That's so perplexing to some athletes. Well you have to relax relax relationships tuition. You know if nobody in the house but you you know everybody has their own you so you have to take a deep breath and put the ball up there and i was able to do it. Did you practice that an awful lot. Did it become a body rhythm for you. Oh yeah yeah on. Practice all trying to free throw shooting But you know if you think about it the free though she can really help to. Have you know you had a couple of reports on for your average but the free throw shooting another thing too. Is that the. Nba was as much smaller nba. Tell me a little bit about the league. What it was like then. Well you see. I think there was like ten or twelve team citizens league. It's time We didn't have a lot of benefits. You know not good benefits. But it wasn't the basketball play. I mean i was on a team that hits four five future most famous. They'll change on how real than they can be the players travel. We travel dc three. That was no first class travel. These three. what's what's your minds me. Nineteen sixty four. We have very few benefits so we decided to go on strike. That's also a game in boston in nineteen sixty four. We'll like and then what determined not to play the game until we got some benefits the conflict with hours before the game and that was in biology. Kirsten his his on out and so we've negotiated. We finally got first class transportation. Got first place at hotels that the raising money. At that time we didn't we didn't get three agencies which is what what we wanted. Hold on just a second chat. We gotta take a break here. We got chet walker with us basketball hall of famer played thirteen seasons starting off with the syracuse nationals. Who became the philadelphia. Seventy sixers and then finished up with the bowls and he played on what a lot of people say is the best ever. Nba team and we'll talk about that as we continue across the country and around the world with you on sports byline. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with a publishing. 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We're talking about his life growing up in michigan playing basketball at bradley and then into the nba drafted by the syracuse nationals. A year after he got into the nba they moved to philadelphia and then finished up six seasons with the chicago bulls and as i mentioned. You help lead. The nineteen sixty seven seventy sixers to the nba championship over boston. Stopping their eight-year championship run and the sixers were sixty eight and thirteen the record in the nba at the time and many consider that sixers team the best nba team of all time. You know you can have talent but if you don't have the right talent playing in the right way doesn't mean you're going to win or be an outstanding team like that seventy sixers team certainly was telling me what was unique about them chat. Well one thing that you have to absolutely should we be bossom. Don't always be. We also be san francisco. Right with nathan. Will rick like the team We had perhaps everything. A basketball team needed in order to win. Well we're floors myself Billy cunningham leashes. Excellent created the term power forward then. Of course we had wheelchair who you know most also basketball player in his time in anybody's tired and we had held brand myself At the darker bench who a great all around team and we had a great coach in who's also hall of famer. I wanna ask you about wilt chamberlain because bill russell is a good friend of mine. I was up in seattle the seattle supersonics broadcasting that team when he was the coach up there and he and i would have long conversations and he told me you know a lot of people thought that wilt and bill didn't like each other. It wasn't that way at all. But he said i knew i couldn't beat him physically so i had to out. Think him or do things a different way. Tell me about the battles between those two historic could great battles elbow playing. Sometimes i stop them. What do gacy chelsea. But i mean we'll in russell's you know they make some statements about each other's that something that on each nerves but but then great very great basketball players. They revolutionized basketball in the early sixties. Sixty when they came into the league just turned the whole sport around in all the attention on basketball was between those two guys you know. They just completely revolutionize basketball. You know i heard a story wants. That will actually lived in new york city because he was a big jazz guy to he liked music and he would drive down for the games and philadelphia. Was that true. yes sometimes but he has. He had an apartment in philadelphia so he came down there often but he he lives in new york because he likes new york city city type of town but philidelphia's hometown and he was happy to say there. You mentioned about alex hannam and that is a name. Maybe people don't remember. But what was it that he did so well and pulling the strings on that team that made them so successful. Stay out of the way realizing what the talent was or or what did he do for that. Sixty seventeen no nonsense no nonsense coach but he never took it personal. You doing the game at the airport. He would probably look here so he was a beautiful coach. Beautiful man and in although he was tough you know but he did was. He never took a personal but he was. He was critically cosa. Great good one of the things that i knew back when as you said there were twelve or thirteen teams in the nba was the rivalries particularly on the east coast. And i'm assuming that the boston philadelphia rivalry maybe was the big one. But you had the knicks as well Were those the two biggest rivalries for the sixers I would think so. Then we've had a great team the brand as the team in but yeah. That's new york team then in the boston. Celtics what. where's the main rival and you had a sixth man and of course that's always important in my opinion as i watch teams. I think you gotta have somebody coming off the bench and in your case it was billy cunningham. What made him so good. What did he do for the team. Well he can just an all around player shoot. You know it's funny. There's this field that came out about two years ago. White men can't jump right. It wasn't silly billy. I mean we saw him to kangaroo kid and he really tell you could sky for white guy in. it's so that was where he got his name from but he was a great player. He was absolutely coach. He wanna championship in philadelphia. You played your final six seasons with the chicago bulls and chat. You said the franchise was in disarray. I came in with pat williams. I love chicago. But you can't believe the disarray. How bad was it was bad. Two coaches but we had a coast. That really wasn't very good he. He was manipulation. When i came from philadelphia. I had to basically gwynne games and coach. I did a lot of coaching. I helped him a lot about that. At the at the end of games. I took myself successful but it was trying to. I love chicago coming up on a lot without it in school but it was tough. It was really tough in those days because we just the team management just did not have the act together but we we won't wanna feeding to pretty office and a couple of games. We almost went all the way you know will block the shot. kalina scott. who doesn't make. We almost went all the way no experience. I want to ask you about a teammate. In a particular game. Because i knew nate thurman From his years here in the san francisco bay area and october the one thousand nine hundred seventy four against the atlanta hawks in his debut as a bowl because he had been traded to the bulls for clifford. Ray and some others. He recorded twenty two points. Fourteen rebounds thirteen assists in twelve blocked shots becoming the first player in nba history. To record a quadruple double. Tell me about that game. Oh it was a great game and maitland. Native was a good friend of mine not unfortunately passed away but made with a great basketball player and also. He's a friend of mine but then that game he was outstanding. I mean he was just he's just he's just he's doing in that game in but it's just unfortunate didn't work out for him in chicago. He cleveland and then he came back to live in. San francisco talks talking about life in general and also about his career. Before i kick you lose we've got about two minutes left. You were the author of a memoir entitled longtime coming a black athletes coming of age in america briefly. Tell me what that book was about. It was about means in my roll up in the united states of america. And how and all the things. I experienced racism Eating the sign of a single mother trying to live a decent life it gives an education and it was just my life turned out. Well i turned out to be pretty basketball player and the flight a great great family. Like how much did basketball play into that. Ultimate outcome basketball place of the part of. I have never been a really great person sports. Because i think many time manipulating some of those you know these out of money and we don't always get the benefits you just like you know. There are no in chicago after forty years. You would think that there would be no problem because my resume is great. I mean they've got a great resume but for some reason been retired a number. So that's that's been hard. Yeah i certainly do understand that chad. Nice to talk to you again. And i'm glad you were here to talk about your career but also about the book that you put out as well. A lot of strong statements made during the course of the interview. You're welcome anytime here. My friend please take care and come back again and join us on sports byline. You very much appreciated the check. 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Curry now has another very interesting book out called k. d. kevin durant relentless pursuit to be the greatest. Marcus first of all what's driving k d. to be the greatest and why i think number one. He's getting like less with the incredible talent. Like he's a seven footer right. But he's got the skills of a guard and you know what he has to make it through some stuff and he had he has to make it out he has to like get over some things and get through some things so i feel like that that burton him as rind drive but i mostly like i think he's one of those. Do you know there's something special about him. And he really said out the mac divide potential and he did. Actually which is you know like the feeling really think about it. Then let's go back to the beginning. Because i know where that beginning was. I think we both went to the same high school but at a different time In prince george's county as suitland high school and tell me about his early upbringing. So it was you know he had a rough to start like like many people probably his area his father left when he was about one years old and his mom which young boys and older brother You know they had a rough time. She had to go live with her mother. Allow and the kind of episode or of their family was at his grandmother's house. So you know. Life is rough and strong struggling and have much money involved was working. You know a couple of jobs just to you know keep order table and a place to stay and he ended up spending a lot of time at the rec center. Would you probably know steve pleasant activity center right He would go to spend this time. You know that was before you had to be in a childcare. All day right you needed belt director and get hallway. Get off work so he was thinking days there all day. I'll say all of them being all day they have. They were closed for a couple of hours before they open before the night run and he would stay there like you'll find a yoga bat and they had these curtains that he was asleep at the gym for couple of hours and then opened back up. You go play in the open gym at night. So like the alive and stuff that he went through. He went through some like gut richie debts like. He lost the people who are close to have that then. Sometimes you don't get over that. And he was able to get through it so basketball is always a sanctuary with a whole lot of time and had jim which is why. It's so like dear to him today. Yeah i know when. I was living there at had. None of the problems that you talk about with k d In the book. But when you look at it. I know basketball was a savior for him but there were a lot of things that could have taken him off the path. What kept t monnet. You know a lot of that has to do with his mom right does she was working hard. She stepped between. You know he did have like an ecosystem of support His his mother and his grandmother his father eventually came back into his life and he's middle school like there was just something about him he just always knew his friends say like he always did the right thing. You can do to stay out of trouble He knew not to get involved with drugs and use drugs. He knew to avoid gang and he was. I think he just fell in love with basketball early. And he has some good mentors like father figures in his life and they would have came back. He had a lot of these voices keeping him off the path. Because you could see that he would get a lot of people looking out for them. And i think he really like respected that avoided a lot of trouble but it was right there and obviously you have plenty of examples of guys didn't make guys who like tasted fruit and never recovered from it. So he had the. He had the negative examples right next door. You know marcus. I've talked to a lot of basketball. Players come out of urban areas and up in new york. And i've asked him this question and i think it applies to k. d. as well and that is when somebody shines in a particular area like sports there becomes an element even if it's a bad element in the community that sees. Hey kid is different. We gotta protect him a little bit. We gotta lot him not make the mistakes that maybe we've made ourselves. Was that in play in this situation. Absolutely it was. Actually you know what writing this book. One thing that i did learn. I like the the basketball community out. There is so underrated. I mean it's unbelievable. How many players come out of there that you just don't even know about and you always hear about l. a. new york chicago but man like the dmv area a dedicated shop into because was just about how they produce players. What what makes those players in one of the elevates. They've really do have a community. They really do like see themselves as the brotherhood and they protect each other they hang around each other and even now warriors Kevin durant and quinn cook. They're both from the same area from the same community. Even kevin durant a little older. Like when 'cause little brother and that bonds still this because dc and pg county hooper's like that they all they anyway their own little family. I thought that was pretty cool and they look out for each other. Michael beasley says that it was always kevin durant trying to get him to do the right thing. And the volvo who's the football star ended up playing being an nfl linebacker but he was a basketball star. Kevin durant was about backing the best weather in the area And durant age group. But you know he had people keeping them straight like making sure he did Go down the wrong path so it definitely happened where they saw you. You're in this basketball lane. You're not in the criminal layer gang lane. You're the basketball. We're gonna respect that especially in well as you say over there. We'll make sure you're straight. And he he definitely benefited from that. Marcus thompson is with us. I urge you to check out this book. It's very good. It's called katie. Kevin durant relentless pursuit to be the greatest hannity ended up at the university of texas for a year. Well all the fines were pointing to north carolina and he has like with schools like planning to go but it was a guy named russell. Spring men like an nba then and development coach who was that texas. He saw kevin durant and softbank. I started it and he basically started the recruiting process. Then and he was first and there was a time where he was trying to make visits title awesome carolina. He kinda wanted people there too but his mother total like. Nah you promised you. Would you give him a shot at least hear about so. You need to do that and he did. He ended up taking his visit. Texas got they won them over. And i do think was a part of katie. That kinda wanted to get away right. If they wanted to to really kinda step out on his own going somewhere that was not in the area and is pretty far but he would have had a close connection there like pylos and right but also think the pg county connection between him and also spring like really like open the door for texas saying that there and that really likes family. Bye-bye talk about this guy who has struggles up and it's father would with out of his life before he came back here and like like family means a lot to him and loyalty and community like that's kind of what he was brave. I think that part effect is many gotta and that's why even though he only spent a year there you would think he spent twenty wasn't he loves texas. Let me ask you also. He's drafted in the first round by seattle. After one year. Seattle moves to oklahoma city. How would you briefly characterize that relationship with oklahoma city and also with russell westbrook recovering. It was it was. It was bad there for a while because they felt very today throat score and bus to his credit he understood that and even though behind the scenes you like it hurt him how. They talked about him because he gave them. You know the nine years of his career and all we had. I do feel like like the worst part is over especially with. We haven't rust like they are speaking out. Yes i do. I do feel like that's a chapter at some point. He's going wants to close. Maybe not go play there but maybe reestablish his presence there right maybe maybe let people like you like. It was just a business movie. He's still love of all the city. I do feel like it's gotten a lot better known lovely personally. That's for sure. I know he had a dream to play with steph curry and klay thompson talented players. There was it about the organization meaning the warriors organization that he saw in them that he didn't see elsewhere and particularly in oklahoma city. The big talk right. The big spending do do whatever it takes. Type thing like i remember. He was on the city and they had him russell westbrook days. Hard thirty docket jeff. Green right they have five news kept together. They'll tell you what they have been but because they didn't have the ability financially to keep those days because like figure out ways to make it work because they weren't a big big market day. They ended up trae. James harden and jeff agreed and he could see like there was always a reason he there was always the reason he'd have pieces around and make it work and then he gets to the war and they're like yeah you got to just take money and it's silicon valley metality where it's like whatever it takes whatever it costs the better i think that attracted him especially for a guy who's like vogel and trauma like do big things and be on higher. I think he liked that kind of silicon valley by we don't care what it calls. Let's be great. And i don't think that was the case in oklahoma city and if you take a look at his resume rookie of the year award winner scoring titles all nba teams nba. Mvp's all star game mvp and now two championships in two nba finals. Mvp i sense and correct me. If i'm wrong about this marcus. That one of the challenges he has in his life right now is all the success that he has an outside people having expectations of him that make it hard for him to be really who he is truly as a person. Am i right about that. I do feel like the the expectation of how he should behave and how he should operate what he should do from. The outside has hard right. I think it's like it. It angered him to hear it. It hurt him to to be scrutinized and criticized like that. And i got him to part. He's like yeah. I just don't care like y'all you wanna war this war right. You wanna spar you wanna criticise me. I would fire back. I do feel like it's true. It's giving him eleven exterior right so she probably didn't develop over city but he has to develop to survive after he made the movie bay I think this next move will tell us how much she talking about. 'cause 'cause he's all this. I'm gonna do what i wanna do like. I'm my own person. So that could be. He can make whatever you can watch. It will learn a lot about where he is a person so he makes his july the criticism and also the sensitivity. Does that remove for you. Know for him. The enjoyment of playing basketball something. He truly loves. I think. I think it makes life after or made like after. He left court a little hard right because he is. I mean he's a he's a bolivia right but he's the product of his environment. Which made we can just forget about telling him to put down social media. It's just not happening. It's like telling them play video games. That's what they do that. Father raid so he's on those maybe this is how he profit differentiation. So it's their right. Like mrs just the way it is so when you start like you know. They're all and and like last night kind of get into thinking they can. It can affect you and he does acidity. I write about this book like that'd be sales. He's not he's not a robot is all human and he feels. He's okay with you know. And that that that this is how he feels. And i feel like he doesn't want to relinquish that right to fill the what normal people feel so basketball has been his sanctuary and now like especially this season. He used out to like escape like all of the struggles and the difficulty in the pressure of having to make this jerk but like off the court it could get pretty heart where he is hearing everything he's hearing but lately we've changed a little bit so maybe that maybe impact decisions because everybody loves them and it's causing the best player in the league. We've got forty five seconds left. But what did you learn in writing this book and talking to him that you didn't know about katie. I know the trauma. He do it like he's used do it a lot and you just to you know presume you know like you know. They're all from the hood so they went through something. I didn't know he dealt with trauma he dealt with like that world. That was is opening to me. He's dealt with real stuff that's heavy and for many people have breaks them and it didn't break him. Marcus congratulations on this book. Another good book because you wrote that book of course about steph curry that i thought was outstanding as well. We're gonna make this book a selection of the month on the sports byline book corner. You're welcome here anytime soon. Come back when you write your next book. Marcus thank you so my appreciated marcus thompson with us. He's a senior columnist at the atlantic covering the san francisco bay area pro teams and he is covered the golden state warriors exclusively as a beat writer for ten seasons. And i sit here in san francisco. So i've been exposed to that team and of course during this golden run of there's also the players as well i find him to be extraordinary talking about k. d. because he's a man who is within himself knows he has a lot of talent and he knows how to bring that talent out at just the right moment we continue with more of you and sports byline hello and welcome back to the ronnie deutsche tax program on the line is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Hierarchy love your show. listen. I've got a big problem. You see my paycheck was gorgeous last week. Emily get half the normal amount to make matters. Worse the irs froze my bank account. Listen i'm embarrassed and scared. I need some help. Listen paul you'll need to feel embarrassed. He just needs some tax help in the great news is the. Irs has some unbelievable programs that can eliminate your tax debt. So you don't have to worry about having your paycheck garnished or your bank levied. Doesn't that sound great. 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This is america's sports talk show sports byline usa. Here's ron bar michael. Kranish joins us on sports. Byline he's one of the country's top investigative reporters and he has worked at the miami herald the boston globe and the washington post and he has reported extensively on donald trump as well as books on john kerry thomas jefferson and mitt romney but he's gonna somewhat different direction with his latest book. It's called the world's fastest man. The extraordinary life of cyclist major taylor. America's first black sports hero first of all michael given your other books in the suburbs of those books. What made you didn't wanna go off into this direction and drew your attention to major. Taylor is somewhat forgotten figure cycling well attention wise and i've never written really a sports story before except for calling in scores to the washington post high school students and an extra for this book until the sports. You know it's been a long time. Since i've been in the sports section but i was interested in this incredible last point in american history and eighteen ninety s when jim crow era really was institutionalised. By plus ferguson which was the infamous of separate but equal case. And i heard about the story of major taylor Is young black man Shortly after that winning races becoming the national champion international champion and. I really wonder how to do that. It's incredibly difficult moment. And i learned that he wanted to set an example and he felt that he be given a fair shake that he could excel and others could excel. That's all he wanted was a fair chance so that really was his his life and then i realized that he came before jack. Johnson of course nobody boxing champion in nineteen thousand eight. Jesse owens the nineteen thirties. Jackie robinson and. I really believe that those three men were here with us on interview that they would say major taylor paves away. Because jack johnson himself actually one of the emulate Major taylor johnson talked and talked about his. You know preceding the others. Johnson want to be a cyclist mandalay. Major taylor that was his initial goal. I know that. And i covered that research and he was in a cycling accident Early in his career and it was hospitalized and it was so bad that he said. I want to go into a less dangerous sport became a boxer. So it tells you the impact of major taylor. He major taylor. Was there really before anybody else and what you have to realize him. I didn't realize i got into this. Is that in the eighteen ninety s. Just imagine a world where there's three hundred automobiles most of them don't have breaks. Don't go backwards. Just experimental machines. And there's four and a half million bicycles if a horse and buggy world otherwise and the bicycle transition from the big high road bikes. Most people couldn't ride to the equal size wheels. We know today. Suddenly everyone wanted to bicycle and bicycling On the track oval tracks called velodromes became the biggest most popular sport in the country. More so than baseball so You had lots of people have ten twenty thousand people going to these races all over the country at velodromes and there were blacks and raised in their racism. Whites who raced erases but major taylor wanted to race against the best friends in the world. And that's what he finally did he. Six months after the plessey versus ferguson case was decided in that was in may eighteen. Ninety six almost exactly one hundred twenty three years ago today is up speaking to After that at the end of that. Year major taylor went to madison square garden and he met two men who were basically in the baseball business but they weren't making as much money as they need a bigger profitable sport. Bicycling and major tell them and i want to race against the best sprinters in the world. And one of these major taylor. Shouldn't you be signing. The white gentlemen shoes on fifth avenue and major taylor basically said no i should be racing against the best white racers in the world and actually motors realized that featuring this young black man basically unknown at the time against these white of champions would be an attraction that they could promote it as literally white versus black. So that's what they did. A major taylor was able to go to madison square garden. The greatest sporting arena. Really of the day and participate in a contest. That was known for six day race. 'cause you raised six straight days around the track Took an hour here or there for a break. And i can tell you the rest of that story. But it's the start of what copy really interested that it's extraordinarily under history when the bicycling degrade sport and jim crow was coming slamming down. Major taylor interest you. Know you mentioned about people The other black pioneers. Jack johnson and robinson. And i guess you could jesse owens in there as well the commonality that major taylor in those people that i just mentioned had well you know. I think they all saw themselves. As wanting to succeed by virtue of having a fair chance That you see that again and again in these stories and major taylor. He later this autumn biographies and he said the reason. I'm writing this as i wanna show that. If a black individual is given an equal footing that he or she can exceed in any human endeavor that might be tried. All means is a fair shake. It didn't wanna privilege you just want a fair shake But you had to. Then make your taylor. Totally had to be incredibly persevering against the greatest possible adversity You had and he had so much on the shoulders. Jackie robinson was told by branch. You're representing your race. Evelyn's looking up to you Same thing for major taylor but many years earlier he had a ranch murky figure in his life. And that person's name birdie munger who had previously been the white cycling champion and had had his own set of difficulties and he had great empathy for major taylor and african americans and he took a taylor under his wing provided him with a state of the art. Bicycle mongers business was then building bicycles and trained him and help bring him in fact. Madison square garden took him to the garden and saw off in the race so You know he. He had that. But then it was up to taylor on. Jones says the individual sport basically. That's what's competing in so in the end up to him and he applied himself to an extraordinary degree. That if i'm an ounce over underweight that i've lost my edge. He knew that he had to be an absolute top for me. The smallest five foot seven one hundred and forty his racing weight so he was smaller than a lot of the sprinters picture of him. There's a picture of him to ninety seven where he looks pretty scrawny with four teammates. Who are look like. They're enormous men. But he was so good. He was so trained so Excelling in the way. He fit himself for these races that he fit in that race team of eighteen ninety seven in boston. They call it the first integrated professional sports team so he sat one mark after another Throughout his career. What is it In the early part of his life Tell me a little bit about that. And how he grew up. He grew up in indianapolis indiana And there was a lot of racism in indiana. But he didn't see a child his father had served the north Civil war had been there at the fall. Richmond as i discovered my research and then was a Basically very low income farming family in indianapolis major taylor was lucky in that he met a family And had a play eight coletta bicycle and that was white as it turned out And the family provided detailed with a bicycle. Major taylor grew up like a millionaire son and he didn't know anything about racism or prejudice. He would play with this planes right. It's bike went back to his family. All seemed idyllic and then one day as better on cycling wanted to be a stronger wider. He went to the ymca. Well unfortunately the ymca said based on skin color. We're not letting the door and taylor was mortified. Had no idea why this was and he said it was their first encountered what he called the monster. Prejudice long story short He came in under the i have i mentioned previously. Who ran by going. Factoring company in dallas longer saw major taylor could be an incredible racer and when business partners said you must stop associating with major taylor. Monger said no. I'm going to take him with me to worcester massachusetts and start a new bicycle company. And i'm going to return one day with major taylor when he's the fastest by squatter in the world and probably that's the.

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#72 Sugar Season is Here Keto Friends!

The Tactical Kitchen Show

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#72 Sugar Season is Here Keto Friends!

"You're listening to the tactical kitchen. I'm Melody Baron certified chefs and Nutritional Snow therapy practitioner. I'm Steve Barron's twenty one years Special Operations veteran and certified personal trainer together. We are here to share our experience experience on the lifestyle down. Forget our disclaimer. This podcast is for general information only and should not be considered a substitute for professional medical medical diagnosis or treatment. We're not doctors and we don't play them on the Internet. Now let's get ready to chew the fat thank thinking. Hey everybody or ride. Welcome back to the tactical kitchen. Show I thought you would do like a Halloween intro. I was way in fact there. We there we go. Come more like the Vincent price like horrifying cackle. You mean like from thrillers. Exactly from griller there is yeah roundup no thriller God. Where have you been this episode? Sound Seventy two seven two. That was Brad Phelps football number in highschool. Nobody how do I know that. I'm just weird like now when else. This is getting to know that read knows brandon. Brad Lizard. Actually bred doesn't know because he asked me once what is Walnut. Hey where do you stand. Played a lot of football football. So guy was a great football player anyway. So Yeah so episode number seventy two and what are we talking about. Today we're talking about high school football mall which I will say very quick very cool discovery this weekend. Oh Yeah Your Dad. Had you discover a time capsule basically basically he is so I joined the military in January of ninety one and when I left I pretty much everything I had in about three boxes and left at my dad. His House all great kids. Do they pownall your junk off on your parents here held this survey. Keep this for me. Well it's two thousand nineteen and dad brought out those three boxes because he was cleaning out because you is the so you know twenty nine years later. I get to go through the boxes that that I had out there and of course found a bunch of all high school stuff pitchers letters photos. Okay there was a a huge thing on the Internet this weekend during the cross it open one of the athletes war it was a male that were what they were calling a crop top up during his workout which was funny. Because what did you find your boss. I found what we called Hampshire. Say we're called half shirts in the eighties nut crop talk after that we were underneath our shoulder pads that was our our practice jersey. You basically under a shoulder patch with our after and I found mine that I had from high school. I still have of it. I wish you would bring it in so I could wash. It could wear it a are you probably can even though I could not get. I weighed about one hundred hundred and forty five pounds in high school and I was a real humor. Elaine mean adding machine. I look like Vincent Price Talk. We also found a box of notes from high school. And we're just wondering if there's one in there for me there could possibly be one. I haven't gone through wrote notes John. That's one of those things where is like man. Can I really sit down and go through like notes from high school choice nets from other girls. I'm quite sure so there's all kinds of people because you know in high school were so smart. Oh Yeah we say the smartest thing. I wouldn't even want to know what I had said you in high school did read a couple. They're are pretty funny there. Just Restrict Hillary's well kids you know. We love kids now. So what are we talking about today. So all. Besides high school I ran. I ran track house fast fast anymore. I'm just I was just throwing that out there. Okay book as we're talk about because we're going to talk about running so we did on Saturday There was a friend of ours. who was raising money for for Rent Syndrome Our is our H. E. R. E. T. so read syndrome It it affects mostly young girls. But it's a it's a pretty Disabling disease at. They're trying to fix anyway. We do work. We're operating with the fundraiser. They're raising money to help find a cure and and we decided we were going to do. What ten miles? That's what we said. That's what we said. So he had to accumulate as many steps as possible on Saturday for the fundraiser and ten mile sounded firing we. We're both Ryan ran eight miles previously so the previous we've run about eight mile run and it seemed easy and and our plan was to walk one just to get it in and then maybe we'll run six or seven miles and then walk a few more plan. Well we kinda slept in and late. It was weird. I didn't get up 'til eight o'clock it was cloudy and you know it's that time of year with the sun comes a little late so yeah it's way easier zero to sleep in because it's a Saturday morning and who doesn't WanNa sleep in on a Saturday morning. Everyone was quiet. The dog was quiet. The cat wasn't jumping on me and I guess everybody nobody was sleepy because no animals were waking me up which is usually what happens so we can get a toll and it was eight o'clock in the morning. Yeah we're basically zombies allies. I was literally. I felt like what happened so so usually by that time. We've already started working out since we got up late. I was a little hungry so I I said Hey. Why don't we eat something before Iran which we never do and the only thing I can ever eat before working out is just like boiled eggs and Bacon? That's my favorite thing it. It affects me the least which I thought I will be safe with our fat coffee which is normal and then boiled eggs and Bacon. which is what we have? And then we'll just go run TIM US just go round in mouth. No big deal. That did not work out at all. It didn't hustle the eating this get into fasting and not fasting. Invested did cardio are faster workouts because we question a lot should I should work out fast it or not and often it boils down to not whether or not it's healthier for you. It's how you feel it in how you feel when you do a fast at work and we feel really really good when we work out fasted. Yeah I started that we did the one and mile with the dog and Brian Back and then started are run and the I know Joe the first tenth of a Mile I was like I want to quit. I just wanted to quit. I WANNA quit. I WANNA quit. I want to quit. I was like what is wrong with me. Well I have been so I had been using some compression socks to help with some some campaign and when I wore them after a long run at help with campaign and helping nepean my knees feel a little better so I thought maybe you start off running with the compression socks and see how that feels. I think a lot half a mile before I sat down and took them off US ice sitting on the carbon. I was like what's wrong with. Steve is I'm a bad pass him. That's not normal and yet so you said you were having a calf cramp and then I was like I just WanNa quit it was it made it really hard to run with those compression socks so I sat down and took him off and then try to get back into it and just never found a rhythm for the run like the whole time you know if it was the mental aspect of it being a Saturday and my long runs always on a Monday and so if I was just kind of like a the day before super cloudy and rainy and cold all day we did a few things mark. We had some coffee with a little bit heavy cream in it. We're GONNA talk about that in a minute and just then the Saturday morning eating breakfast before even though I waited for an hour before I started it still just it made me feel different. I felt like my body was shuttling all this energy to digesting right and my legs felt so heavy and that never happens hardly family ever in my room. And that's one of the things that everybody talks about for Fast Cardio Vascular workout is that you feel clean energy like you really feel energized and motivated and ready to go and it seemed like after I ate that food I just kind of I just didn't want to do a whole body wanted to just digest and not do anything else. Yeah I think it was that and then the schedule changed because of the weather because we have our outdoor gym and it was raining sideways on Friday and it. It was cold so we couldn't do that so I took Friday off which is never normal just through the whole thing off and then the eating and sleeping lay just was a nightmare. We got it done. We did we. I mean we longed a lot of steps we did like seven and a Half Miles Ryan and then we did the other two and a half with a ED walking. Yeah just walk in and and so you know and the run for me was so sporadic I run and start going real fast which is supposed to be a long run. So it's not. You're not supposed to do that but I was like. I'm feeling good Iran so my miles anywhere from like eight and a half to like eleven minutes. You're just all over the place mine were mostly like walk and then run a little bit and then walk again and then run some more hard time. I didn't know what was going on. So if you're you're a fasted cardio I you understand what we're talking about but if you've never tried it you never tried to tried to do in fast cardio or facet weight workout. We recommend it because we feel like that's the best way to work out exactly play and We we do have to say that you know all of you guys who do this kind of activity you know you have good days and you have these greg workouts. Not every workout is going to be a slam dunk. You know third are GonNa be workouts. That are super hard no matter what your diet is and this was just one of those days and the the long run previous to that was so easy that it was just like. Was this one so hard but that does happen and you just get through it and sometimes if it's if it's painful that's a time to stop but if it's just hard and you're mentally just not in it sometimes you just have to push through. Yeah that's absolutely true but one of the things that go along with that is is making sure Your electrolyte balance because we had just started running the heater. That's one of the things that's true. Just run running the heater in our house and when run the year it dries you out and I know it dried me out. The first night we ran in. I woke up at four in the morning and I was very dry. Lips were dry. My mouth was dry and I just started to notice in that and we were talking about this before we came on. About how when it gets cold you don't want to. You don't want to drink as much water. You don't feel like always putting the water ran opposed post to win your heart and you're you're just shoveling waterman so you have a tendency to get dehydrated. Yeah you're probably more consistent with your water and salt intake when it's hot because it you're just sweating so you're thirsty you need to call your body down and this was really hard and that could could have been a large portion of Saturday being difficult because we did run the heater Friday. It was very cold. You don't realize how much liquid your body is losing. Because you're not sweating but you are evaporating a lot of water even while you sleep easily as a tremendous amount of water while you sleep and then when you're running the heater it's even more more right so we have a humidifiers in our bedroom and in our son's bedroom we run them at night just to increase the moisture. So you don't you don't get so dried it out. Yeah because this is a really difficult time when of year when that weather starts to change and you know you have to start drying near your air here in your house just get super dry and it's so hard so talking about difficult time of year. This Thursday is Halloween is a difficult. It's typical. It's difficult for me. It's difficult for a lot of people because we all know what starts basically this time of year Halloween all the way through the new year. It's cold and flu season. We're GONNA talk about why that is well okay. We know that kids this weekend have already contractor treating Sam and we know that coming up this week that there will be a lot of trick or treating and we're pretty confident that a lot of people are going to be giving out candy right a a lot of candy a lot of candy a lot of sugar and then all of a sudden. Somebody's GONNA come down with the flu and we're going to be shocked. What yes they're going to you? Got The flu what happened. It's flu season. That's what that's what happened. It sounds using season. We've said this before. Sure season it's sugar and it starts now now and it goes all the way through the new year. Because we're going to have all the Halloween candy and you're GonNa have leftover Halloween candy all the way up until Thanksgiving and you're GONNA eat a lot of pie and and then you need a lot of Pie. Mo- some people drink alcohol and then it continue. Eat Leftover Pie for the entire car car cards people. Now the Kito Friends of ours you probably carnivore friends. You're probably not doing that but all your family might be all your other friends are going to be doing this and they might come down with a With the flu or a cold or bronchitis or all kinds of things and they're going to be shocked and then you can tell them the reason why this is happening now if you're strong wheel it's really not that big of deal for Thanksgiving. We've we've been doing it because there's a lot of meat there's turning there's ham there's usually sausages so yeah you can stay Kito Carnivore if you want to. You can and if if you're new to this and you haven't heard our episode previously that we probably did last year this time when we did talk about it sugar season and what happens any time you have sugar. Then what happens is your immune system is weakened. That's just the way it works. And so when you're consuming a a lot of sugar and carbohydrates your immune system gets weaker and then you're exposed to a virus or a bug and you get it. That's just what happens happens and so if people around you are suddenly coming down with the flu in the colds and all these things you know it might be that. They just had quite a bit of carbs and they left themselves themselves open and vulnerable to these viruses and bugs that are going around right and that's why you know. This is flu. Season more people get sick. They spread it more. You know just Everywhere but if you used a you know on point with your Diet and don't over consume sugar or carbohydrates. You're probably going to stay healthy. Yeah I know we have. We never been sick except for minor. Instances of just not feeling well there too in that whole you know Christmas new years time I mean it's I think I I. I got a couple years ago and was not really down. I still cook for people but you feel will rate. But and that's the difference between Casino online where people will be down for imbed for five days. I haven't been sick where I'd had to be down and in bed I don't even I can't even tell you what I know. I tell people this all the time. It was two thousand eight July. Two thousand eight was last time I was sick in bed. I remember it very vividly because it was. It's up it's on but since then I've never had to miss work because I'm sick or you know but I went to the times of not feeling well. It's not like I never have any any issues. You don't feel well but you can soldier on and not have to miss work right and so if you get caught up in this season of sugar sugar how are you going to remedy that. Well one thing you can do and we should probably mention is if you do a twenty four hour fast immediately following knowing that which sometimes is really hard after UB and candy and sugar and carbs and everything. But if you do that you can really get back into Ketosis you you can strengthen your immune system and clean out all the junk out of your body if you WanNa go hardcore you can do a forty eight or seventy two hour fast and really you get back on track. You won't get back on track fast. It's weird though when you do start to get sick. The first thing you start to crave is the Karbi sugary three foods. Because your body starts when you start to get sick your body starts dumping glycogen stores. Yes so it asking you to refill those sending out that craving leaving of of looking for those sugary treats. Yeah so you Moore you really have to be strong up upfront. And understand those urges and what they're doing to you right and and one of my biggest tips I think for any of you guys is to either make your own bone broth and freezing in portions in your freezer or to buy I send good-quality packaged frozen bone broth like bona fide provision. They carry it now. A lot of walmarts and natural grocers and different places like that that you can get frozen. Keep that in your freezer. Just for those instances when you do get sick because the best thing you can do is sit on that at bone broth and it just replenishes your electrolytes add plenty of salt to it. Add some fat to it like better want. That's one of my best tips for this time of Year Cape Cape Bone Broth in the freezer. In addition to that we have in the houses Manuka honey. Yes manuka honey. which is if you're if you're if you're diabetic or if you have a real severe sugar issue that might not be the best thing but a little bit of Manuka honey in your mouth and swallow it if you get that itchy throat it it does? Help antibacterial it's not Kito. But some people con- considerate carnivore. If you're if you're getting pure honey it's a natural product what it is and it does have medicinal purposes. I don't think that you know any of you. Guys are just going to go ate the whole jar like what you see how much because you will not know. Yeah you get a good brand in. You know I've Manuka honey or your local honey and obviously again. We know this is a Kito but when you're sick a little bit of that goes a long way if you do get sick if you're mixing them with green tea or green tea and honey and a little squeeze squeezing lemon. It's way better than costs are. Yeah you're just going to say that you're really going to boost your immune system was stuff like that. Yeah and that's what's important. That's what you're trying to do along with hydrating and all that other good stuff now if you have food food sensitivities. I can say that food allergies. There's something else that we want to talk about today because when melody works with clients it's a lot of times they come to us with a lot of food allergies or food sensitivities right. They do a lot of people will go and get a fade sensitivity detest or a food allergy test. And they'll come back and it'll have a list of things that they're allergic to or sensitive to and they have an stuff that they eat all the time. Well there's something to that so just this time of year. This is the time of year when people. I'll just say we break our goods in this time of year. We break that we break our guts. People get sick they take antibiotics. That destroys your gut health. People drink more alcohol this time of year. Hear that destroys your gut. Health people eat a lot more sugar and carbohydrates that destroys your gut health. So then all of a sudden people don't feel good and they have these food sensitivity test and there are allergic to every single food. Well it's not really that you're allergic to everything. You just have this leaky gut that if you get that healed up up a lot of those food sensitivities allergies will go away and we have to start working into your digestion. I and make sure you're breaking down in the stomach. I so so it's really not that difficult. Don't freak out if you have one of these panels done and it comes back saying. You're allergic to everything from avocados to Zebra Zebra Eight Z. So you know just just I guess I should say Zucchini to keep bit. No you can use a plant. It is a plan and Avocado. It's a free. I don't have anything gets plant. I just don't eat them. That's stronger specter livelihoods. I WanNa talk about Avocados in the second but anyway food. Sensitivities in food allergies will creep up this time of year for people people and all of a sudden. You'll be like why breaking out because I've always eat. Cheese are always eat. This and I never have a problem because you broke your right so you broke yourself because a A permeable gut to happen and you eat foods they league. Your body has an immune response so it shows up as you're allergic to that food right and will you be allergic to forever well. We can't really predict that. But you can do certain things to really start healing in ceiling that gut and one of the best things you can do again. Is that fast. Fasting is going to do sell turnover is going to produce cell turnover in your body and Just regeneration faster than anything else will but you can also to do it on a slow road with some healing protocols. We do that sort of thing. So if you go to your Get Sick and go to your doctor and you ask them what you need to do. oftentimes they're going WanNa tell you that you need to rest and you need to hydrate and just do things like eat chicken soup. The chicken soup people mostly will eat is not very good because you get out of a can when they go to hydrate the drink gatorade. Yeah are painting lot. Happy the liberal call us and say want drinking painting Latin. I'm like why do you think in that crap. Yeah it's very both products very high hindes sugar. So you're telling you they'll tell you to drink gatorade. Our doctor will tell you to drink gatorade or sprite or sprite CR- so those things are extremely high in sugar and they're going going to decrease your ability to fight that that problem is going to decrease your immune system. So why don't doctors this. Well well sir not educated in this tire doctor now it well our Dr do and and I just saw this on Dr King Barry posted it about someone that contacted elected him when he went to his normal doctor and was talking to him and then normal doctor gave him all the same crappy shooting. No good advice that you know a lot of doctors have given given over the years of you just need to work out more. You need to eat less. Need to watch your calories. You need to do low fat loss of wheat and grains and none of that stuff works works with that person like none of it works very well in other works for an unless you're like twenty years old and you're just you can you can exercise all those bad habits Abbott's like I did but once you start to age all those issues or are GonNa show themselves but doctors just aren't educated in how to treat people people with a nutritional protocol now. They're not and you know like a lot of people that back to this food sensitivity and food allergy thing alive people wall go and they'll have this done and then the doctor won't really be able to tell them why they'll just tell them. Don't eat these foods anymore anymore. And that's like your because usually what you eat the most it is so you know if you eat eggs all the time and you go to have food sensitivity test and you have a leaky gut. You're going to be allergic to eggs. Because that's the protein floating around in your blood because your gut is leaky Eh. And it didn't break it down appropriately. So that's just what happens but y doctor doesn't know that it's just because they don't receive the education and and there's a really good reason why they don't get this education and it goes back to the formation of the American Medical Association which is so interesting interesting. Yeah so let's get into conspiracy theories live conspiracy theory. 'cause we have lots of them so Meli doing research and when they first started the American Medical Association that was pretty much you know to they were trying to get doctors together to try to Ostracize or just exclude food. The more holistic natural doctors out there well so it all kind of goes hand to hand hand in hand you get the pharmaceutical companies Thriving and growing and all of that was a byproduct of some of the steel production in aluminum production. And all these things we know the big names in those companies Carnegie's McGee's rockefellers. You know such and such but during that time you get you get. The American. Medical Association formed. Because they're retraining training doctors right they're going to retrain them on how to use pharmaceuticals instead of these natural and holistic approaches which some of the approaches is let's just say they should have been thrown out like bloodletting and Leeches and junk like that Bradley should have thrown some of that. What was the other show the other day the guy had a hernia? Uh and the and the dodgers like all he needed some pipe smoke up as but oh my God so funny because Dr she used to be called healers not doctors tres they were called healers and so during this time. When the American Medical Association was formed practices like for Hernias blowing pipe hyped? Smoke at someone's behind got like that probably should've been like you know discarded but all that they threw the baby out with bathwater so they probably had good intentions trying to exclude the snake oil salesman. And the the crazy people making a The American Medical Association of of Good Doctors Right so they were getting rid of the people using herbs and holistic treatments. And you know chiropractors were a big big deal back before the at up until the nineteen thirties and they really were. It was sort of a witch hunt. It was like if you were caught using a a practice of holistic care. You're ostracized. You had to go and get credentialed from the American Medical Association before or you could be a licensed doctor a medical doctor and they rebranded the whole thing and they win around there was they formed a committee to to go around and hunt these people down who were not using pharmaceuticals and following their protocol. Their protocol point their protocol which the none of it was based on any science either like like many things that we have today like Dude God latins great things that come out of Waterbury and we know Oh that surgical procedures antibiotics all these. Things are dodgers washing their hands off all those dangerous great things but we've gone so far to one side that we've excluded excluded the functional medicine which is now making a comeback it really is and I mean I don't know any doctors out there who are blowing smoke. Someone's behind for Hernias. He is but the fact that someone would use food as medicine that seems like for people. Now it's like A. It's like a novel idea idea of medicine recommending. Someone drink gatorade. When they're sick is is equivalent to blown pipe smoke up? Somebody's about to fix. Serbia is almost the same because it does about the same thing nothing well. There's a lot of procedures that we've thrown out like. What if if people had a mental disorders there was like the frontal lobotomy shoes? No thank God they through some of the things that yeah so you you know Again doctors just don't right now. The mainstream doctors are as educated. I think that a lot of the new doctors coming up are are a lot better. Because they're out there. They're healing people. Dr Kim Berry Dr Adam Nali a bunch of great dodgers embrace this type of lifestyle so find yourself one of those good doctors exactly exactly and what's crazy is to think that you know not even really a hundred years ago. Are we in one hundred years. We've screwed things up so bad you know we just messed it up. You've got rid of. We'd a few quacks. But honestly there's there's still some really bad people out there practicing medicine and they're doing it with pharmaceuticals now instead of like bloodletting and Leitch is and weird staff. That will if you'RE A to say a sixty year old doctrine you've been doing this for the past twenty thirty years. Whatever you've been doing it you're not out they're doing research and trying to educate yourself on new things? They get pretty set in their ways and Dr example I gave earlier. That's what it was. It was an older doctor. WHO's like I've been? We're doing this for years. This is the way we do it right right. There's not any kind of blind new information coming their way. He's not searching it out looking for the newest thing on diet and nutrition. He's just following the standard old guidelines out there and we know that doesn't work now it doesn't it doesn't work and it's it's actually actually we can all you guys know that it doesn't work. That's why I'm wearing the mess we're in so we're creating a new mass. I think with this whole gang. We we talked about the game changers movie last week a little bit. We actually tried to sit down and watch this. It was horrible. I couldn't get through half of it. I just couldn't do it so what I did instead. And if you don't WanNa Watch it you can do the same. Just go listen to somebody else. WHO's watched it in his like you now giving their take on it? I watched Ryan Dr Ryan lowry. I watched his youtube video as he dissected it and it was way easier for me to listen to him then to watch the movie really. It was like ten minutes in the movies I was. I was like an hour but video. Yeah Oh you were doing other stuff. I was listening to it so but several people have done. I know Sean Baker did wind. I haven't listened to his yet or an. You know it's pretty much you watch it. And it was so difficult to get through even the first thirty minutes of that movie role. The the deceiving and the line and the fear mongering and scare tactics is what it just upsets you. They're trying to scare people into going plant-based they are and in that vein. I started watching in this other series on Netflix. Called Rotten. And you're not going to agree with every documentary you watch and you should research all these things things when you do watch them. Because I had to. I watched one on Avocados. It was called Avocado wars and I was like what is that. And they showed people like in guerilla warfare gear over. Have Gatos. What is going on? Is there a sale than I don't know about on Avocados and is there a a shortage will. Apparently there is and what's happening on. That video is that there are talking about. All the things that happened around. The production of Avocados was. It made me never wanna eat avocado again because they did talk about. How much water it takes to produce just one avocado and it was eighteen gallons gallons of water to produce one avocado and I was like? Is that true. They can't be right right. They can't be right. I was like I've posted about it on facebook and I had the same response from several people that can't be right. That's gotta be the whole tree and I was like yeah. That's what I thought but I went and did some more research on on some website that I looked at had the same kind of information it would be like. It's seventy three liters of water to produce one pound. Ah Avocado stuff like that like. That's a lot of water. That's a whole on wonder cause a pound of Avacado is if you bought them. You know a pound of Avocado. That's not very many. Yeah and most of those Avocados come from Mexico so when we talk about again when we get to environment and you know being given the climate all of your food from Mexico. Oh that's not next door. Even for us we live in Texas right and then there was a lot of other aspects to it and so this is the plant based aspect that nobody really thinks about their the people in Mexico and in Chile that are being kidnapped because people want their land to produce the avocado. So they're kidnapping a big these farmers holding them for ransom their family members and there was just a lot of human drama around the production of Avocados. Besides the fact did that takes so much water. They depleted all their water sources and destroyed the ground in Chile where they're grown a lot of Avocados for export to China and to the US and their ground is like destroyed and they're having to privatize the water. Someone came in and privatized it and now the Chilean tempted by that water to be able to raise their crops of Avocados. But they don't have water to drink. So what's more important Gordon. The Avocado on your burger or a human life. I'M GONNA go with humans every time but the plant based people and that's just Avocados you know. The plant based movement is pushing people to just consume tons of these mono agricultural crops and it's destroying people's land and you talked about the king wild last week. Yeah the Chemo. All that. That is really a big issue and you talked about almonds like a lot of people eat almonds and or drink almond milk whatever and it takes one point two gallon one gallon of water and I'm not joking when I say it's for one almond blind. That's a lot of water so I just think a handful of five almonds as five gallons of water right there. Yeah and that's a lot. I mean I know we he said this before. And we're not trying to fear monger and scare you but we've said this a thousand times. Is that the next big crisis is not going to be made or food or what. It's GONNA be water because without the water nothing happens. No food is produced right. I missed a decade or decades. At least that the the crisis in the future is going to be all about water. That's really GonNa it's just water and it's a little bit scary that it takes that match water to produce one win allman when I see the amount of almond products on the shelf. It's a little unnerving which crazy and just be minion when somebody starts telling you that meets bad for the environment and it's no good you know just be a little educated on plants aren't better for the environment now in no way shape or form now and you know and that's not even talking about the transport a that's just talking about the growth and that was like all the water that I'm talking about is minus the rainwater that happens. That's the one that has to be irrigated into the crops then brought in as a surplus against what what comes naturally from the earth so it it is a lot to consider and I know people are GonNa say takes a lot of water to raise a cow. Aw well it does. Yeah but the cows are at least putting something back into the environment right as far as their poop so so they're refertilize in the ground that they they walk on. So that's an important you know when you get into that circle of life kind of thing with with raising room and animals. How all that works? Were you know if you if you're doing you know mono agriculture going one crop and destroying the land and that's been official for anybody. Yeah so just all things food food for thought if you will Arnie segment. I thought I'd just came up with that. That's right okay. We're going to never do that again so so so anyway. That's kind of what we got going on this week. We talked about everything we talked about. Pretty much everything everything and we can. We can talk about a lot of Christ we have these conversations every day at the breakfast table knowledge with us but with our son. He's very educated on these important issues as well he he is but somehow he always turns it to World War Two he does he always talks about back in world. War Two Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. And you're like why. Why are we doing this anyway? Back tax. That's the last thing I guy is. So here's the deal. Is that time of year. Were it gets a little colder rainier. So what do we do. We need a gym membership so so we went back to our old Jim. The old new jailing genre. How do we even classified that? They had when we first started going to the call fitting wise indicator it was it was attached to the the hospital. They built a brand new facility. It's really nice. It's literally as Nice as I'm going to say a lifetime fitness but it's half the attract half the price so and the reason you know it gets at time of the year and you WanNa throw away around. We have an outdoor gym. You're not so motivated to go out. It's misty and forty five degrees and all the bar bills or wet. Yeah like Friday when it was raining sideways and I wanted to go outside and do my workout. Now's like everything. Everything is so wet so it's not that it's not that expensive. It's like eighty bucks a month for the family. It's not like it's a huge cost but that's caused caused it when you think about spend that money investment in your health and yourself. Yeah and we usually end up doing this for about three to four months out of the year where are we can have access to it because the weather gets kinda bad every now and again but it's Texas will still have days where it's going to get up to sixty and seventy all through. The winter is just sporadic like that right right now. It's just not the best weather so and the next few weeks is not going to be very good. So this just gives us an opportunity to go go lift weights inside by the time March rolls around will be so tired of being inside. Oh my God. We'll be back outside under the car. They'll try to run in the winter. It's always it's it's always I will just say it's harder to be motivated when it's called outside to go outside and be cold. It just is so this time of year motivation and becomes a a difficulty and for everybody. So let's all keep each other motivated to get out. There and do things was a day. Just makes it easier on us because when you go to in a gym. There's there's plenty of equipment to use. You don't have to come up with exercises or you know or do you know tire flips or craziest job that you had to come up with in your head. Everything is right there and you can kind of shut down and listen to music and just lift weights and it makes it easy. It was hard for me today because we haven't gone to Jim in a while. There was so much much stuff I was like. I don't do all that I ended up just doing cleans and snatches like always and then dead lifts and staff but I did realize is that when I was doing my Olympic lifts and they had the cool would platforms that you can do mine but no one else was doing anything like that. And I realized that I looked around in a couple of people are looking at me. Like what did you do because it's not literally across the jam although they do offer some cross bit classes yeah. It's cool so think about that when you start coming into winter. If you've gotta find something to motivate yourself to keep you active to keep you in shape You know spend the money on the opposed suspended. John Candy Yeah No candy candy out in something else. I'm trying to reach out to people on facebook personally. Finally on my personal page and I've been asking the question about Kito meal Prac- services because this is something I've thought about people might be interested in or KENO cooking parties. So anyway. That's something going on with me on dabbling gloss over sometimes. You're you're a chef like you went to school for it and you're classically trained in French cookie and you're in you're really good at it so sometimes gloss over. That melody is magic in the kitchen knives in the kitchen. Yeah absolutely we make it really. We joke nowadays simple. We just eat meat and eggs and bacon stuff so our diet as really really simple. But I've seen a lot of crazy things in the kitchen that I don't even understand so we often gloss over the fact that she really really knows food. Yeah so we're looking at. I would love to do like Kito Cooking Party. SORTA like a pampered chef thing but you don't have to buy products we just come to your house. Teach you how to make a Kato meal. You got a chef nutritionist. And a health coach personal trainer to just ask all the questions you want with you and your friends and you make the food you eat the food you enjoy the food and learn a few things so that's something that I'm really bouncing around so if you have any kind of like a feedback back on that you can send me messages on instagram. Where I'm at most of the time is instagram? Well actually if you get any information on that just share with us or ask questions and we'll be happy to extort that conversation of course we're only in the Dallas Fort Worth area so roy but if you want to fly south for a special event we're not gonNA argue we also do speaking engagements We do that. We do Kito classes for different types of jams and corporate events and things like that. So if you're in need I have a couple of Kito speakers and a motivational speaker and a chef nutritionist. Then where you're couple come out so that's about all we got for this week. Anything else I don't think so. 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Matinee Science Playlist, Part 7: The Tingler

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Matinee Science Playlist, Part 7: The Tingler

"At IBM problems inspire us to push the world forward. That's why so many people work with us. On everything from city traffic to ocean, plastic smart loves problems IBM. Let's put smart to work visit IBM DOT com slash smart to learn more one night in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, one on the side of a dark highway, Betty and Barney Hill cut lights in the sky two years later, the underwent hypnosis to try and recall what happened. Some took it as fact. Others thought it was a fantasy, but what really happened that September night in rural new. Hampshire. Join me toby ball for the inaugural season of stranger rivals co-production of iheartradio in grim from Aaron Monkey, listen to strange arrivals on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome your mind. A production of iheartradio's has networks. Hey? What can stuffed? Blow your mind. My name is Robert Land and I'm Joe McCormick end in the grand tradition of the dark crystal highlander to the quickening two thousand one space odyssey boy. Do we have a movie episode for today? That's right We would previously wondered if we would get outside of the sixty seventies, eighties and nineties for a movie episode, and now we have because this episode takes us to nineteen fifty nine This is a very nineteen fifties movie in multiple ways as A. Will actually kind of connect with our series on Psychedelics, though I'm not sure if that's why we ended up doing this so today we're gonNA. Be Talking about William Castle's the Tingler. How do we arrive at the Tingler? What was this? This was your idea. Right Robert Well. Yeah, basically, we just did that big series on psychedelic saw five episodes and I was thinking well. It's time to do a movie at the sewed again will let's let's do a psychedelic film, and so I was thinking. Maybe we'll do something like blue sunshine from Nineteen, Seventy Eight, which we were both partial to or up. Yes one of the ugliest film. the the does concern like LSD or I thought well. You know maybe more like a modern film like beyond the Black Rainbow which is another psychedelic film that I I really like but then I started poking around and I realized that the the earliest reference to LSD in a major motion picture is none other than nineteen, fifty nine, the Tingler, really the earliest I, didn't. Didn't know that. Yeah, that's what I that's what I've read. Is that the references? LSD In this film marked the first time it LSD was referencing a major motion picture. I mean it would make sense because as we know from our research on Psychedelics, there was legitimate LSD based therapy or LSD assisted therapy going on in the nineteen fifties. There was LSD therapeutic research going on in. In the nineteen fifties it was it was kind of all over the place, and actually in the nineteen fifties. It wasn't as controversial yet as it would become later, and it was legal at this point. Yeah, yeah, and so they're probably would have been a lot of experience. In fact, I remember reading a few accounts about people in Hollywood, specifically saying that they benefited from LSD assisted. Assisted therapy. The movie stars in the nineteen fifties who had therapists in Beverly Hills, gave him LSD and had them lie on the couch and talk through their problems, and they were like. Wow, this stuff is great, so it's Kinda. Surprising didn't end up in the movies earlier. Yeah, really is, but it's not surprising to me anyway that it ends up in a horror film in essentially a be. because because that's where you see a lot of the first strikes the first references to some sort of new idea, new movement new, sometimes the new technology or some sort of news societal. Concept or fear I think we should give you the listener a direct sense of the flavor of the Tingler, so we do a little audio sample here. Wyndham Castle I. Feel obligated to warn you about the next attraction. You will say this that. The picture is the tenure which I direct. And for the first time in motion picture history. Members of the audience including. You will actually play a part in the picture. You will feel some of the physical reactions. The shocking sensations experienced by the actors on the screen. I guarantee that the Tingler has more shocks per minute and my last film the House on Haunted Hill. But. Don't be alarmed. You can protect yourself. When you see the picture, you will be told and remember the instruction how you can God yourself from attack. By the Tingler. And now may I show you a few scenes from the Taylor? Alright, so that was. William Castle himself right just selling you on this picture. It's such a weird trailer because there's just part of it, but it's just basically him in front of the cameras. Saying I've got a picture for you. He's he's like he's not like a film director. He's like a guy with a traveling medicine show. He's like I must warn you that these tonics are so potent. They have been outlawed in four counties for the amazing benefits it has you know like he? He's just selling it and selling it. And and so William Castle of course was a horror director. He directed movies like the House. On Haunted Hill, which also has vincent price I don't did the cliff revealed? This movie has been surprised. The tingler features Vincent Price in the lead role. So yeah, you mentioned House on haunted. Hill fifty nine tingler and fifty nine father with thirteen ghosts in nineteen sixty. Back to back he would go would produce a number of pictures like this. He would go on to produce Rosemary's baby in nineteen sixty eight. Oh, no, so produce not to reduce. Yeah, of course so the where we enter the the Tingler territory here though after the success of House on hounded. Hill Columbia Pictures set castle up with his own unit and and this was his first project under that unit he he. This was mainly because you know. He had a reputation for delivering films on time under budget, and he was famously a promotion king, when it came to these films and was all in the throughout his career was often. You know pulling out these different gimmicks. Yeah, like not just selling you the theater experience in the shock of the film, but but something beyond like some new technology that was gonNA. Make the film you know all the. The more evocative it was for a time when people were bored with regular old movies, so they would try gimmicks of course like three D. Right Three D. glasses, and all that but but William. Castle was sort of went in another direction. Yeah, he would beyond that so house and Honda on Haunted Hill was filmed in emergo, which sounds fancy sounds like some sort of special filter. That's us on the camera. Doesn't Burgo have an exclamation point? I don't think it did, but it was kind of implied but basically this boils down to a red skeleton prop would float over the theater on wires during a key scene in the picture. Thirteen ghosts was filmed in allusion. Oh, which men audience? This is actually a little more complicated audience members were given red blue screens to either see or hide the ghosts that appear in the movie. Oh, I see so yeah, there'd be like a like a color polarized kind of image on the screen, and so you could hold up the screen either see or not see the the ghost on the picture, and that's rather clever. Bali, recent BLU ray releases of the film like common with a little gadget that indicates this effect. Yeah, that's kind of fun. Homicidal from nine hundred sixty one featured a fright. Break during which you you could. You had this break to catch your breath into side if you wanted to stay and see the finale or leave and get a full refund, so you know it's one of those you see this a lot with promotions of these pictures. They're so confident. In its ability to deliver that day you. You were offered a full refund. And then there was also Mr Sardonicus from one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, one, and this, the audience got to vote with glow in the dark cards on the fate of the villain in this one's interesting, because it was, it was almost certainly gimmick. Because you had two innings. You had the mercy ending for the villain, and then the the ending where the villain guys come up. And they're allegations that they never even shot the mercy, and like nobody's GonNa. Vote for right so. You didn't really have the choice. It was just the illusion of choice. which audience is going to be like I? Don't want the villain to be punished. Yeah, Castle claimed that he shot at buttons that some disagree, and then there were various other promotional gimmicks claims over the year, but the Tingler is ultimately I think the most famous of these because it was filmed in perceptive. Oh perceptible! That's so good from what I understand that means more like there were some appliances installed in seats in the movie theater, which would which would mess with members of the audience basically, Castle purchased military surplus airplane wing the Isis. which are essentially vibration! Devices Motors Yeah. Put these up under some of the chairs in theater, showing the picture and they went off at a key moment in the film, during which the Tingler the monster describing a bit is on the loose in a theater in the film and Vincent. Price's character tells the audience to scream scream for your lives, and then also castle planted screamers in key locations as well. Yeah, and so this is funny, because this has been replicated in other films like the movie Gremlins to from What was it nineteen ninety, or so or into the eighties? Whenever it is? That's a fantastic by the way one of the best of eighties motion pictures yeah Leo. One of my favorites John Carpenter's in the mouth of madness INS in a movie theater Oh. Yeah, yeah, and so I think some of them are taking after this William. Castle, kind of thing where there's a scene in a movie theater in the movie kind of breaks, the Fourth Wall to like wink at the audience. It'd be like just imagine you're in this movie theater. Yeah I was actually lucky enough to see the ting there for the first time a couple of years ago at the the Plaza Theatre here in Atlanta, where it was roofed live by trace bowl. You and Frank Kahn if oh, from mystery science theater. Yeah. They were there in person to terrific? And there were no D. eyesores installed under the seats, but the screaming part of the film was still a lot of fun like everybody really got into it and screamed for their lives right? They actually encouraged the audience to scream because they suggest that the monster from the film has become in his out in the theater with you. Yes, I can imagine that was a lot. Lot of fun with Dr Forrester TV's Franklin. Hand Oh absolutely right, so that's basically castle in a nutshell How much we really have to say about Vincent price because I mean, he's Vincent Price, he was a legend. Hollywood legend acted more than one hundred films everything from like the Ten Commandments in nineteen, fifty, six to a string of wonderful Edgar Allan Poe adaptations. He was in the fly the abominable Dr. Fives Older later on towards the end of his career Edward. SCISSORHANDS So I mean he's in A. Batman and he was right on the muppet show. He was cooking enthusiast and author, a supporter of commendable social issues and campaigns I mean. He's one of those rare old Hollywood stars that the more you learn about him, I feel like the end of the more you look up to him. The more you're expecting, the more you can even relate to in the rare case where you, there's a famous person who doesn't turn out to be more and more of a sleazebag, the more you like. And then there's a finally of note here. There's the screenwriter of the tingler which it's easy to overlook with films like this that yes, somebody wrote this. There was a screen writer and screenwriter someone of note because it's. It was rob white. Live nineteen o nine through ninety, and he was a prolific writer that's probably best remembered is the author of the nineteen seventy two novel Death Watch, which has been adapted twice once with Andy Griffith and Sam Bottoms, and a second time in two, thousand, fourteen with Michael Douglas in Jeremy. White had previously worked with castle on House on Hundred Hill. And he was impressed, apparently by a creepy white worm prop on the set, but he was also inspired to make the mad science angle in the story, a little more cutting edge by bringing in LSD so Turner Classic Movies Insider Info shares a quote from an interview that the author Tom Weaver had with White Tom Weavers great by the way He. He does some really good commentaries on some of the universal monster cool. Yeah. He's the author of this particular book. It's from his apparently return of the be science fiction and Horror Heroes, and this is why it's a white speaking. Here quote I wanted something different from the typical shot or pill that you see in movie trips out. His Huxley told me about a doctorate. Ucla who is running an experiment on lysergic acid LSD so I went up there to see this man Dr. Cohen and he gave me some of it he took me into a nice little room with Kat in radio, and he got something out of his refrigerator and gave me a shot. It was all legal then I watched the grain in the wood, writhing around and listened to the music. It was very pleasant, although I did never want to do it again. This is funny that he describes it as pleasant because it is specifically deployed in the movie as part of the like acid exploitation kind of. Word like gives you nightmares and drives. You insane right now, Huxley, you might remember from our psychedelic episodes, not only wrote brave new world, but he wrote the highly influential book. The doors of perception nineteen fifty four, which explores psychedelic experience. Yeah, and Huxley had correspondence with free as mentioned, Hoon was an important nineteen fifties, psychedelic researcher and they. It was from their correspondence I believe that the terms psychedelic came. Yeah, and Oh, by the way I think we may have touched on this and past episodes stuff to blow your mind, but Huxley Experience Fantasia. he couldn't foreign You know mental images in his mind except when he'd had large quantities of mescaline. That's interesting, yeah. So So white had this experience worked into the plot and we'll discuss how he does that later, but then apparently white related his experiences to Vincent Price Hoping that it would convince price to give a a more convincing performance in the film You know specifically in the scene where he's supposed to be on LSD. Price allegedly just disregarded the suggestion and did like the typical Vincent Price Freak, out saying Oh. Yeah, he's got the wide open mouth. Oh the he's I think he's supposed to be hallucinating that the walls are closing in on him, but the scene is hilarious because he's trying to prevent the walls from closing in on him by running back and forth between the walls, and it's like a thirty foot wide room, so he runs and pushes on a wall runs all the way to the other side moaning and pushes on that wall yeah. and I don't want to. I don't want to. Blame price in any of this because I mean he's still gives us a really solid performance, ultimately like the glue holding the whole thing to get his charisma carries the film. I mean one thing I will say about. This movie is I was surprised how engaging it was we watched just last night. I don't know how I've made it this far without seeing the tingler before especially because I love you know nineteen fifties, horror movies, and and and I. How did it happen? I think for some reason. I had maybe been told, or I just assumed somehow that it was one of those really dull dry. Nineteen fifty sci fi horror movies, and you know there are a number of those there are a lot of. Fifties horror movies I like that. Maybe have a great funny, looking monster, great set or proper something, but a lot of the characters and the dialogue are infinitely stiff. You know kind of like gray neutral things receding into infinity. And so it just happens sometimes. I assume this was one of those not the case at all. This movie is like highly engaging. Really Funny Camp and I couldn't stop I couldn't stop watching. Yeah, I think it's easy to overlook it from our standpoint looking back through cinematic history because on one hand. If if you see the line of the different movie monsters, the Tingler is not gonna be as captivating as certainly like universal monsters, but even other things like the the crawling brain creatures and fiend without a face that sort of thing. India as it can easily be lost in the shuffle, it also doesn't help that the the trailer for it is just William. Castle, telling you how scary it's going to be like shots of people screaming. Yeah, but it is a really fun movie. I think because a lot of it. I think has to do with the charisma of Vincent Price, and like the weirdness of the premise, a lot of it also just has to. To do with the Zany of the plot, yeah, it has a Zany plot and really just a weird premise. We're going to get into this and and ultimately draw some some science out of it, but yeah, this is a weird plot, and even if whites, LSD experiences didn't have a huge influence on Vincent price's performance in ultimately, they don't even factor into the plot all that deeply I. still wonder if you know. What we're looking at some of the weirder aspects of it might have something to do with psychedelic experience I think it is a more engaging film because it was written by somebody who had an LSD experience I'll go. I'll go that far and make that assumption, so maybe we should just describe what happens in the movie warning. We're going to have some spoilers for this movie from Nineteen fifty nine. Yeah have you WANNA? Watch it fresh PAS the the podcast now go see Eddie available. For Rent at all major online movie rental websites. All right so the plot of the films kind of a mess, but here's. The. Crazy central nugget upon which everything is based is that Dr Warren Chapman. That's prices character say shape shaping, okay, so then a couple of years since I've seen it so doctor shape, and he's Attala Gist who makes a game changing discovery about human physiology something that scientists healers Shamans. Body Hacking Warriors? failed to discover a throughout our species entire history, and this is it we all have a centipede like Parasad Aka, a tingler affixed to our spine, and it curls up in feeds whenever we exhibit fear, and if it keeps feeding, it kills us by constructing constricting are spinal cord. But we have a way to cope with it. Screaming weakens. The creature stops strangulation on the human spine. So you can tell this was kind of written around the idea or I. Don't know may was adapted to what was already in the script, the idea of getting people to scream as like a gimmick in the theater, so they're like parts of the movie that just have the screaming. It's like divorced from the plot is just faces on the screen, screaming into the camera with really ragged, real sounding screams th this kind of shocking, because usually the screams you here in a movie feel A. A little bit smoothed over there a little bit sanitary as far as screams go. Yeah, but these are these feel unsettling. Yeah, totally and so this premise is amazing, so vincent price it starts off with him as a guy who does autopsies. He's like doing autopsies on executed condemned prisoners who were murderers and stuff and he. He keeps getting this idea. Why do I find the spinal column cracked and destroyed? You know and these people who died of fright. There's actually a great part where he's. He said something like I've thought about not for two years, but the spinal cracking due to fear. That's a great man, so yeah, you just Kinda have to imagine like all of his conversations with his family and friends. It all comes back to the spinal column breaking due to fear Yeah, so he makes this discovery that it's it's a tingler. It's a parasitic organism. Did Not just these individuals have? But everybody has right. Everybody's gotTa, Tingler, and and I'm. It's been a while since I've I've seen it, but as I, recall like he uses LSD to try and invoke an intense enough experience, a fear in himself to better study tillers that right yeah, so he's trying to to to document the Tingler. I think by taking x rays, people's spines right after their mortified. And and so he wants to do it to himself, but he laments the fact that nothing scares him. It's like when I was a child. I could have been afraid but now I'm just grown up and nothing. Nothing really scares me like that, so he gets the bright idea to inject himself with LSD and this, will they? They explain helpfully in the film that this will induce nightmares like nothing else, and so he does it in the walls, start closing in, and he starts looking at a prop skeleton in his laboratory, and this causes him to have such terror that I guess the Tingler comes out of him, but the problem is i. think what he's come out. That's right. It activates right. It activates, which means it like puff up like. Like, a balloon on your spine, and you can see it in rays when you wouldn't normally be able to see it and so the thing that he's trying to do I. Think is getting the Tingler to puff up and see what happens if he doesn't scream, but he's not able to do it, he he's so overcome with fear that he has to scream and from this I think he concludes that it is impossible to avoid screaming if the tingler swells up to a significant size like screaming is a natural response that you can't avoid unless say you are incapable of screaming and that's where we get to our next plot element. Because meanwhile theater owner, Oliver. Higgins has a terrible relationship with his wife Martha. Yeah. Oliver, also, owns a theater in the theater that is used later and I believe they just they just show silent films. That's right. Yeah, yeah, the they only do the old movies and the like. At one point, there's a there's a long seen toward the end. There's a showing an old silent movie. That's a real old. Silent movie seemed like a convenient way to pad the runtime. so the only way Oliver and Martha, they do not get along and we're. We're presented with a lot of scenes discharging. HOW POORLY THEY GET ALONG! They're always fighting and and We also learned that she herself. Martha is deaf and mute. So you can see where this is going now. Having heard about the Tingler from his neighbor, Vincent Price Higgins plots to scare his wife to death, knowing that she will be unable to scream to keep her own tingler from killing her. Okay, does that make sense so when you scream because you're scared? That stops the Tingler from swelling up to such a size that breaks your spine and kills you right, but if you can't scream, it will swell up to that size. Break your spine and kill you, so he just has to terrify his wife. Wife to death right and that's what he he sets out to do. He frightens her to death with a mix of of stage and what I assume, we're supposed to be actual hallucinations, including actually really trippy in in this black and white movie, in which a hand emerges from a red bathtub. Yeah, that's an interesting thing I. Guess is another sort of cinematography gimmick castles in a way where the movie is in black and. And White, but there is one scene where where this woman is having this horrifying experience where she looks into the bathroom, and the the bathtub is full of red liquid, presumably blood, and she has a terrible terrible fear of seeing blood and so like. How did they do that I was reading about it supposedly, what happened? Is they spliced in this one scene that was filmed in color were everything in the scene had to be. Be Like painted black and white and gray, except the bathtub which had the row and stuff in. It that that's what's been alleged. I don't know if that's actually true I. Guess another way you could have been done is just like hand coloring of a black and white image. Well the either way. The result is impressive when I saw it for the first time in the theater, not expecting it to happen I, WHO's living with? The. wowed by it. Because on one hand, it's like Oh, she's seeing blood so vividly that it's visible in black and white, but also it's like this is a black and white world, and the this this fear hallucination. You're actually seeing this color for the first time, so she dies and then shape, and performs the autopsy and removes the oversized Tingler from her spine. I guess either still swollen from feeding all that delicious fear, or just since she could never scream entire life, it was an enlarged specimen. But then it escapes, and it runs amok ends up in a movie theater I'm skipping ahead like there's there's a scene where vincent price's Gairdner is sleeping, and it's crawling on him well, this is all to do with the conflict I wonder if you have been conflating a couple of things earlier actually when you said that that Oliver Higgins and his wife, Martha were always fighting. What what we definitely see a lot of his vincent price and his own wife fighter. Yes, that's what I'm getting confused. His wife played by Patricia. Cutts who? She's. She's portrayed as like scheming heiress who She doesn't take her husband seriously because he spends too much time working. Rachel now. We're talking about it and I was like this. This is kind of like a borat movie. It's like it's all about these guys who are like my wife, and they want to get revenge on their wives and ended up using the. The tingler to do so, and it's I cannot express how funny it is the way people in this movie keep saying the words. The tingler in dialogue so like there's a part where you know when the character is. Oliver Higgins is explaining his plot to murder his own wife and he says something like. I got the idea from you about you know the Tingler. Yeah, it's. Just the the dialogue alone is is wonderful and that so any rate skipping ahead the tingler running a markets running amok in a movie theater you know people are are. Are you know it's vibrating the seats and people it? You know they're having the vibration effect going on as well ideally to heighten the fear, and then shape and shows up, and he's telling everybody scream, scream for your life in order to subdue the creature, and they're able to subdue it in shape in inserts the parasite back into Martha's corpse, and then in a confusing and perhaps nonsensical. Nonsensical ending the husband winds up locked in a room with the corpse, and he experiences this like crazy. Elucidatory fear in her corpse rises up from the table and his so scared. He's unable to scream in. We're left to presume what that means for him. I was trying to understand what was happening at the end there. It didn't make any sense to me. Why was she coming back to life I? Don't know it. Yeah, it's not something that has been established with the creature before. It's not even suggested that it can animate a corpse I feel like they kind of. Work themselves into a corner. They're and they're like what would be a flashing ending and let's do that. I, guess so I don't know I mean. Maybe it's just Kinda like it's like the ending of jaws right? You know where it's like people could complain like I don't understand. It doesn't make any sense shark. Has this tank in its mouth and that it explodes the shark when again and is just like you know at that point in the story? You're not worrying about it. It's the finale you're just. You're good with whatever yeah, it's true. They've Gotcha but but I. DO think we should. Should just take another moment that just think about how wonderfully weird and I'd argue incredibly psychedelic. Just the basic concept is i. mean think about some of the perceptions and confrontations of fear the personification and manifestation of various fears you see in psychedelic literature descriptions of psychedelic experiences and this film is telling you. Hey, they're your fear is a weird bug monster living inside you, but you can fight back against it. You can scream at it. You can wrestle with it on the floor It. It feel suitably psychedelic in that sense, it will all I think it's one of those things that is not literally biologically true, but may actually be quite useful metaphor. Yeah, you know, I'm reminded of Some of the things that terrence McKenna's written about talking about You know this disconnect that humans have with your inner realities, and and from their souls, and how that might tie into psychological experiences of UFO's aliens. He wrote. We are alienated so alienated that the self must disguise itself as an extraterrestrial in order, not to alarm us with the truly bizarre dimensions that it encompasses. So maybe I'm reading too much into the Tingler. But but I know about that. You are not reading too much. into the Tingler, you are tingling just the right frequency. 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We're back, so we've been talking about the Tingler and Robert, I am to understand that you believe the Tingler is based on a real life organism, or at least could be yeah. I mean to a certain extent. It's my understanding based on some of the materials I was looking at that. It's commonly believed that the basic design of the creature is based on a very real organism. It's not a not an Indo parasite or parasite at all, but it is a real life organism known as the velvet worm, and the velvet worm I. Encourage everyone to look up images or footage of this creature I know it is factored into some recent attenborough documentaries. There is some tremendous footage of these creatures, even though they're they're. They're hard to find as we'll discuss here, but there are roughly seventy species of velvet worm that are still thriving in the world, and you'll only find them in rainforest. Environments again. They're not parasites at all, but rather a leaf litter Predator that. That has this wonderful adaptation so just to describe quick? It's this this long looking creature that looks kind of like a centipede and looks almost exactly like the Tingler. has this pair of long antenna in the front and as you're watching? Move around it is there's this odd feeling that what you're looking at is a little bit unlike any other organism like kind of looks like a sea slug, but it has legs, and it is on the ground. What's happening so? It has a number of really cool adaptations. For example it is rather slow moving but it is a Predator in the way that it acquires its prey is by shooting fast hardening slime from a pair of projections near its mouth in this fast quick hardening slime subdues their prey long enough for the worm to to Shamil over a crack open the shell, inject its digestive saliva, and suck the slurry of saliva, and you know generally like arthropods guts back out. Out of the other the slimes husk Oh my God, that's awesome. Well. It's kind of like a some species of arachnids like the the Lasso spiders spitting spiders that will shoot a like some kind of projectile web, thing and their prey, or drop some kind of projectile web thing from above, and then they can descend, and then, of course they also deal with some some vomiting or injecting digestive juices. Yeah, and and this creature can also shoot the slime in self. and It's a very swift attack especially coming from a creature. That's otherwise quite slow. The crazy thing about this this creature is that is often described as being like a halfway point between an earthworm and and you know proper insects, so it's not a centipede which would normally think of as having like an exoskeleton right. Yeah, it's it's a strange creature, and it's been around for about five hundred million years. Oh, so this is a Cambrian friend. Yeah, yeah, fossils day back to the Cambrian aged fossils pop up in the burgess, shale and Canada all right, so we're talking like five hundred five million years old, and also the the chain Jiang formation in China about five hundred twenty. Twenty million years old, so we have fossil evidence of essentially the same creature, so wait a minute. That would be a, I think all of those fossil beds are ancient marine fossil beds. So would this also be creature that you would find in the water, or would this be like a water dwelling, version of it or or or do you know what's going on there? I'm not entirely sure on that. Counting that the species that are alive today are all terrestrial organisms at the thrive exclusively in rainforest. in environments They have waterproof skin. They their legs have retractable claws and they have. When it comes down to how many legs they had, it varies like some has fewest thirteen. Pairs of stubby legs others have as many as forty three pairs of stubby legs, depending on the species the the spigot sits. That squirts the slime out over essentially modified legs. Legs modified leg like two little modified legs in the front that have become slime spigots, nice within the glands that power though slime spigots. Run the entire length of the creature's body and the amount The for about ten percent of the creatures, overall body mass well so basically muscles contract in squeeze it out like fast, squirting toothpaste, and there's some other just really like weird curios about this particular creature For instance there's at least one species of the velvet worm that is social in it lives in groups ruled by a dominant female, and they have an entire hierarchy. which is just mind boggling? There's another species, apparently all female. The rescue sexual reproduction with the males in one particular genus, simply depositing their sperm on the female skin, which causes the localized area of the skin to break down and permit the sperm to pass into the female's body and swim to the ovaries, so it's like a form of chemical traumatic insemination. Yeah Wow some velvet worms, lay eggs, but most of them give birth to live young weird, so yeah, they are. They are strange creatures like really gay alien. Feeling Creatures Zoom as alien, if not more so than the tingler itself especially the idea that you have these little like a social group of these things but of course the you get into the though the world of various creepy crawlies find other weird creators as well like I. I was reading the other day that there are some varieties of centipede where you see maternal instinct, where the the the mother centipede will like corral the young centipedes, and like surround them to protect them so Yeah, I mean we shouldn't take Just because something is seemingly primitive organism, and and kind of itchy. We shouldn't take for granted the complexity of its life cycle I think. A lot of these discoveries undercut the kind of traditional top level belief in nature, red in tooth and claw where it's just outside of the mammals. It's all just killing struggle and all that I mean I think the more we learn about, not just you know other vertebrates, but even invertebrates you start to see I mean. Of course you will see you know like parents eating their young young eating the parents, but you'll also see strange almost mammalian looking parenting instincts. Instincts that you wouldn't expect if you just have this struggle and fighting based view of nature, absolutely so so again the Tingler don't watch the Tingler and expect you know accurate portrayal of Velvet, worm, biology and behavior, but roughly speaking like the creature is based on the the morphology of a- velvet worm well especially because I think Don't they say in the movie? The tingler is like indestructible like they. They can't pierce it with any implements or something. I imagine velvet worms, or not quite like that they they look pretty soft to me. well. They're certainly not indestructible. That's for sure. and they're they're again. They're not parasites it. It's really hard to imagine how a velvet worm could have mean. Certainly we see creatures that you take on a parasitic relationship over the course of evolutionary history, but it's hard to imagine how velvet worm would carry this off. You know like Velvet. Worms start hanging out on people's necks. Or you know pre human nominated next, and just kind of evolved from there. I don't think it really makes a lot of sense. Well I do think well okay, so let's follow up on that then I think maybe we should talk about. The idea of fear in the Indo Symbian so there's a the premise of the tingler I guess is that we've got this this Indo symbian living inside us and I don't think it's ever said explicitly, but get the impression that it's that this thing has evolved with us in his passed down from parents to offspring, since there's no indication that people have to get exposed and infected at some point in their lives. You get the same impression, right? It's it's it's seems to be implied that it's just ubiquitous like you're not gonna find communities of humans that do not have a tingler right, and so this kind of like cross generational inheritance of the Indo. Symbionese Tingler is what we would. Would call vertical transmission parent to offspring transmission. Now it turns out that of course humans do have plenty of other organisms living in and on us, which apparently have evolved with us, and our vertically transmitted across generations one very ancient, deep and fundamental example is the might Akande area inside the cells in our body so of course the Mitochondria is this organ l. that's found inside the cells of eukaryotic organisms, meaning organisms with the cell nucleus in that of course includes us, and the might Qendra do important work to help supply the host cells with energy. They generate zine, triphosphate or ATP, which is a molecule that carries chemical energy around inside the cells and inside the body but they're very weird things about my to conduct so the there are these little organs inside ourselves, but one example of a weird fa fact about them is that might a cadre have their own DNA so inside a cell in your body? You've got your cell nucleus, which is where you find your own primary genome, the genetic code that builds your body, but then there are these other little things inside ourselves that have their own separate genome, and the really weird thing is when you examine that separate might conrail genome inside ourselves. It looks an awful lot like the genome of a bacterium now. Why would that be well? The prevailing theory about the origin of Vitamin Andrea is maybe even. Even weirder than the Tingler it is. Long long ago, a bacterium was somehow captured inside an early eukaryotic cell meaning of course, a cell, the nucleus, and instead of dying or just getting resort, or whatever the bacterium lived, and became a part of the cell that captured it reproducing along with it, and its descendants, evolving along with the descendants of the capture cell, so that now what was once a free floating bacterium that was completely unrelated to us is a fundamental part of the cells in our body. It's a crucial element in what ourselves do so in this the the human tingler relationship you could really look at. It is kind of like this over size. Maybe like you know cartoon aside. you know illustration of something that that has actually occurred? Yeah, I, mean, and occurs all the time in nature, one organism, just sort of becomes a part of another organisms lineage history over time and becomes a part of their evolutionary story, and this theory on the origin of of Mine O'Connor is known as the Indo symbiosis theory. It's also a leading theory about the origins of other things like chloroplast in. Life forms plants but of course it doesn't stop with the little things inside ourselves. We've got other organisms living and evolving with us a of all sorts, not necessarily co evolved inside ourselves, but definitely in and on our bodies and this. Oh, the primary example of course would be the human microbiome, the sum total of microorganisms that inhabit the environment of your body. This can be hard to fathom, but your body is likely home to so many microbes that your cells with your DNA are outnumbered ten to one now what I'm about to say wouldn't apply in terms of mass or volume, but just in terms of sheer numbers of cells. You are only. Only ten percent of your own body, the other ninety percent of the cells that are in you and on you are bacterial cells that are of course smaller than mammal cells, and of course like the Tingler there's evidence that are microbiome is transmitted, not only horizontally meaning you know through exposure to microbes in the environment, but also vertically passing directly from other offspring, and we can see this because babies tend to often pick up the same strains of bacteria found in their in their mothers, and I think one of the most fascinating things we've learned in microbiology and Human Medical Science over the past few decades. How deeply bound up each individual human microbiome? With that person's health and physiology, and even with their psychology, with what's happening in their brain, and here's where I would argue that if the Tingler is a CO evolved Indo symbiotic organism, living inside our bodies for generations and. Our fear and anxiety we sort of do have tinkler. At least a collective tingler in it appears to be your gut flora, the microbes living in your digestive tract. It's been established in plenty of studies by now that there are relationships between what's happening in the gut, flora and human behavior in including things like depression, anxiety, and so does that relationship extend to the direct regulation of the immediate fear response like a dozen the Tingler. freaked out about something scary. You encounter in your environment. It appears likely yes, so I. WanNa look at a recent study from twenty eighteen by Alan Hoban at all. Published in molecular psychiatry called the microbiome regulates MacDill dependent fear recall, and the basic just here is that normally mice can be conditioned to exhibit a fear reaction, and this usually consists of freezing in place when they hear a sound that they've come to associate with something, scary or bad. You know so. There's like tone that mice get scared of and. And when they hear the tone, they freeze in place, and the study found that germ free mice, meaning mice that are depleted of their internal micro Biota do not show fear responses the way normal mice do they appear to have a reduced ability to learn to be afraid of things and have the fear response, and weirdly once these germ free mice are exposed to environmental microbes and become infested with the normal kinds of bacteria that make a home inside my Scott's. The same mice suddenly do have a fear response again. And the researchers believed that their studies shows that at least in mice, the Gut Flora somehow exert control over the amid Daloa which is a region in the brain that appears to be crucial generating fear in response to frightening stimuli. Now, of course, we don't know if this would translate perfectly to humans. This is just a study in mice, but there's a decent chance. I think that the same is true for us, and if this is true for humans, can you imagine like? What, if a fecal transplant which is? That is what sounds like or some other method of manipulating gut. Flora could trigger fundamental changes in our propensity for anxiety or phobias, or even our fundamental personality the haunted fecal transplants like a potential gimmick. For future horror film I mean. How crazy is that that that we we're full of bacteria? And other microbes that are controlling our brains in a way. It doesn't feel like that it. It does very much appear to be true. Yeah, I feel like this is one of those things that certainly over the course of of the show Here's your mind. We have looked at it case after case where. Show we're exploring just the power of the microbiome. In its integration with with the mind and hope and what we think of when we think of ourselves, yes, exactly these bacteria in US and on us aren't just in US and on us they are us, and we are them the most fundamental thing. I mean the only way that you would really say that they are not us. As they have different DNA than we do, but like they share the same body space they're involved in the same generation of behaviors is our brain cells are so yeah, so basically we am legion. Amazing. Like how much of your idea of yourself? You're legion personality. Your Legion. Identity is a result of effects generated by the ecosystem of non human organisms living in your digestive system I posit that this is actually much weirder than having a Tingler on your spine I. always anytime. I think about all this though I. always come back to the Futurama episode where fry eats a tuna sandwich that he buys out of a machine in a men's room. and it causes this They're like these little intestinal worms that to build a colony inside him and bill, little cities, and and then they start fixing 'em and they. They make him smarter and so essentially like has there's an inner space aspect to the episode as well as the flowers for Algernon aspect to it, it's a great episode overall in very funny but but what they're portraying a sci sense in an exaggerated cartoony away is essentially some of what's going on. Yeah, we're. We're full of these legions of life that in many senses control us, and or at least exert influence over us, and in some ways really truly are us. Yeah all right well. Maybe we should take another break, and then after we come back, we can talk a bit more about fear and the scream. In a world where everyone is confined to their homes, society begins its largest been watched to date. In the Hallowed Library of Hulu, or perhaps on a shelf of DVD's, you haven't looked at in a decade is show that perfectly encapsulates life in the early arts and launched a friendship that would inspire millions. Hi, I'm Zach. BRAFF and I'm Donald Phasing in two thousand one. 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I watched the Tingler a I came in in the morning, and we were discussing the quality of screams in movies and I had this reaction to part of the movie, So my question is. Why do some screams feels so much more disturbing than others? When you hear them like there's one screaming session at the beginning of the Tingler that felt like something that was not out of a nineteen fifties movie. It felt more like Texas chainsaw Matt, Oh yeah. Some great screaming in that film courtesy of what Marilyn Burns, yeah but just like the pure sonic quality. I mean there's nothing about what was happening on screen. It's just the sound of it filled extremely disturbing, almost unbearable. It had this weird kind of forbidden or pornographic quality to it. and this is purely to do with what it sounded like the auditory qualities and nothing else. Most movie screens especially from. From the horror movies of the nineteen fifties feel kind of sanitary. They're Kinda stagey, clean but this scream at the beginning of the Tingler feels wrong, and you want it to stop and the only reason I could really identify. was that something about it sounded? The word that came to my mind was ragged. Yeah, do you know what I'm talking about? Absolutely this? Yeah, this kind of like ragged like screaming with no. No intention of retaining your voice for the next set of takes yeah. In and you do when you encounter it in a film it it just add to the the intensity of the horror and you know only a few films really come to mind I. Think of Texas chainsaw massacre I think house by the cemetery in which you have a small child disturbingly enough who is screaming its head off in a similar fashion where it has this raw intensity. Yeah, and it's it's like. I I was honestly shocked by how disturbing it sounds just to hear a scream like that that like even with no context it all because no, no stories happening at this point in the movie. There's just like just before it starts there just like we'll throw some screams at you and it really it really hurt to listen to. And so I was thinking about them like wow, what's going on with that scream and well one read could be joe that it's causing your Tingler to relax. And and I like. My tingler inflated on my goodness. What if this were the case? What if what if the Tingler does not relaxed does not re- react at all to fake screams. It has to be like a significantly believable screen, oh, and therefore leg a lot of our horror movie viewing is ultimately pointless, because you're not catharsis to it like it's not actually going to relax. The tingler that is that is slowly You know exerting his death grip on her spine. Yeah, it's one of those smooth polished stagey screams. That just does nothing. Nothing for your Tingler. Yeah, but I can sit around all day and discussed the ramifications of if the Tingler was real Let's get back to just the nature of screams in our reality. Okay, well I've got that. Questions so we can table that for a second about like what is it about? The sonic qualities of that scream? That felt so different than most movie screams. Especially that period the the other thing is just the question of like. Why do we scream? Is there a biological answer of what's going on the second question I? I think is is not a super complicated when like the the leading theories about why we screamer just not very surprising. screaming in response to fear is most likely some kind of instinctual alarm. Call when you see something dangerous, you kind of scream automatically, and this serves the purpose of communicating the threat to others, because we're social animal, right and we see animals that do this to communicate with members of their own species. We see animals that do this seemingly to communicate with with other species as well. Yeah, totally, and this could serve several different. Different biological functions maybe all at the same time they're not mutually exclusive one to immediately request help piano like I need air support you scream to request help from friends and Ken and other protectors or even other types of animals in your environment, especially help from adults if the scream comes from a child, I think that's like a very specific kind of thing like you know you hear your kids scream, and there's like this automatic powerful immediate response. Yeah, that's another reason why house by the Cemetery Lucille Fool sees film is probably so. Disturbing because you're getting this very authentic scream from a young child, and also the sense that they just terrified a young child, yes. Yeah I mean yeah. That's especially bad because they sound actually scared. Yeah, but a couple of other possible biological functions, the scream serves again not mutually exclusive, and one is to maybe warn nearby Ken of danger, reducing their own risk, so you share some genes with them, you scream in that warns them of danger there also in reduced danger, because they're on alert right so if I wandered away from the rest of the tribe and a large. Large Predator jumped out at me well, I got that one good scream and so I I may be toast, but at least there's a shot of the rest of my people hearing my death cry and reacting to save their own skin. Yeah, and then another perhaps secondary M-, maybe possibly in some cases. This is what's going on. could be defensive. Some predators or threats might be frightened or held at bay by a sudden very loud Roy. This is this is true I? Mean you one of the things that is advised and encountering say a bear in the wild is to be loud. Make a lot of noise exactly yeah. But there are also some interesting. Find so like the question about why we scream biologically, that doesn't seem like a big mystery that like one of those pretty straightforward, evolutionary storms is at least as far as we know, but there are some very interesting scientific findings about what happens in our brain when we hear scream, and so I was reading about a study by by Luke H Arnall at all in current biology in two thousand fifteen called human screams occupy a privileged niche in the communication soundscape, and so essentially what? What the authors here found is that the brain has a different dedicated pathway for processing screams in this pathway is sort of separate from the way it processes other sounds and other types of auditory communication between people and so they did some brain imaging revealed that most of the time incoming audio is perceived by the ear of course, and leads to activity in the standard auditory processing centers, but screams on the other hand are heard, and then they sort of bypass, normal auditory processing, and instead trigger pretty much. Much immediate activation in the mid Daloa region of the brain, that of course is very important for generating the fear response now the brain seems to immediately recognized screams as signaling something threatening, and then it responds accordingly. It's kind of like it's like a shortcut in there. You don't need to figure out what's going on as soon as you hear the scream the fear that you know the alarm state wells up inside you and so I was wondering well. What's the acoustic criterion here like? How does the brain tell what? What a scream is! How much like a scream? A sound has to be before it triggers this reaction and the researchers found that the main criterion activating the sphere response in the brain was quality of the sound that was that they called Acoustic roughness, and this means how rapidly the amplitude of the sound is modulated it can be kind of hard to explain to. Basically it refers to if the loudness of the sound rapidly changes, so think about a smooth sound kind of a single tone alarm. You Know D. Versus those rapidly pulsing alarms that might play the same pitch, maybe even the same volume, but sudden, but like rapidly pulsing lot between loud and quiet, and it takes on this kind of rough ragged kind of auditory quality, and I think this might be the reason I'm okay with normal movie screaming, but sometimes screaming movie sounds real, and it sounds wrong, and it sounds upsetting I think that quality of ragged nece that I was trying to. To put words to might at least be partially rooted in this quality. They're talking about in the paper of Acoustic roughness. This is really a really interesting. It makes me think too about a music that incorporates a lot of like primal, yelling and screaming and obviously you know intense metal such as death metal. Oh, yeah, and I think a lot of that is gonNA fall under the category of kind of movies scream territory. Whereas there are particular artists, the one that comes to mind is the vocalist Jin's Kidman of my Suga who, at least in some of the tracks, if not really just collectively in all the tracks is able to really bring out this this guttural raw like vicious, ragged nece to the things that he is screaming. In the songs, and it's a and it's. It's tremendous I mean it's one of the reasons where like I I don't listen to a lot of death metal, but I'll I'll listen to the sugar. And then I'll I'll I'll think about how much I appreciate it and I'll try out other artists and often just listen to it and be in think well. That's not really scratching the same. Each and I wonder if that's part of it like I'm not. It's not activating the same circuits in my brain, because it's a different level of vocals, ation so you want your metal to be like more directly activating of the fierce circuits in your brain. Yeah, yeah, if I'm listening to. I'm listening to something called chaos fear. Or New Millennium Cyanide Christ did needs to have. It needs to connect with that fear network. Is it's? It's disingenuous, right? Yeah, that's interesting. Well. Another interesting thing that they found in the study was that wasn't just human screams like the same auditory qualities came through in like alarm sounds like. Found synthetic alarm sounds more disturbing if they had this quality of acoustic roughness. That sounds Kinda ragged. NECE to us. You know rapidly modulating volume right so I'm not positive, but I'm I'm like ninety percent. Sure that's what's going on. In my reaction to the screaming session. At the beginning of of the Tingler, it's got acoustic roughness that most movie screams don't have, but of course in the movie. The tingler individuals don't scream There's also this idea of of of dying due to the inability to scream. Yeah, the idea of just being scared to death and that's another. s another like fun topic to unravel. So in the movie the explanation is can you be scared to death? Because when you get scared and you can't scream. The tingler crushes your back right. Breaks breaks your spine and that's like what gets. Vincent Price's character really excited. There's that part where he says like. I've thought about not for two years, but the breaking of spines due fear. But obviously that's not what is happening. in actual human beings no. Though the question I guess is. Can you actually be scared to death? And the answer is absolutely yes, the you absolutely can, and this does happen. I found a good article about this from scientific. American, that was consulting with an expert named Martin a samuels. Who was chairman of the neurology? Department at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and so so so. Talk about these cases, and basically there tons of documented instances where a sudden terror causes somebody to die, but the big question is. We know that when people die afraid, it's not because something like living in them cracked vertebrae. Something else must be going on So what is it will according to Samuels the primary mechanism of death when people are scared to death seems to. To be damaged to the vital organs, particularly the heart by toxic surge of stress, hormones primarily adrenaline So when we experienced terrifying stimuli, our bodies kickoff a familiar process that you've almost certainly both heard of and felt for yourself, which is the fighter flight response and this is a response within the autonomic nervous system that reacts to a threat by preparing the body for life. Life Saving Action, so the heart rate increases its pumping more blood more blood flow to the muscles. perspiration increases. The pupils dilate meaning they you know they get bigger to let in more light the normal background workings of the digestive systems or to go on hold There's like loosening of the of the lower bowels, and all this kind of stuff and this automatic. Automatic. Response is of course very useful. If you have to take immediate physical action in response to a threat as the fighter flight name implies so this response primes. You know to freeze up. Take in sensory data and evaluate situation as quickly as possible the neither run away as fast as you can or get ready to fight for your life, but of course it's funny, so. So many the situations in which our bodies choose to deploy this type of response in normal life, because so many of the things that trigger the fight or flight, response, Guitars, or not physical threats, not something we need to run from or fight. They're like you know you got an email that upset you or something like that paper. Tigers is the term we often use yeah. Yeah, yeah the same response that we would have to an actual physical threat we have. We still experience those budgets to these these things that are not that are not physical threats, or at not directly you know like there several degrees of separation between This letter you got in the mail and like physical incarceration. Yes, exactly and so the nervous system of course it. It triggers this fight or flight response I by by releasing by flooding the body with stress Hormones one of the primary one is adrenaline here and adrenaline is good at the good job. It causes this rapid response throughout need. Different parts of the body gets US ready to engage in urgent survival behaviors, but according to Samuels in this article, adrenaline is very toxic. Toxic in high concentrations like flooding of adrenaline can damage organs like the kidneys and the liver over the long term, but the most immediate threat is the damage it can cause to the heart, and this happens when surging adrenaline forces, the muscle cells in the heart contract uncontrollably in this leads to fatal alterations in the rhythm of the heartbeat, such as ventricular fibrillation, which is when. patterns of contractions in the ventricles actually prevent the heart from. Actually and if the heart doesn't pump blood, suddenly, our tissue, stop getting oxygen and we die, and so according to Samuel's anybody can die of fright, but pre existing cardiac conditions like heart disease can make you more vulnerable. and so a weird way of thinking about this issue is that our fight or flight response could also be imagined metaphorically as a kind of Tingler like but whatever you know, it's like this thing within that's there for ancestoral reasons. It got US mini mini generations ago when it served a purpose, but now the fighter flight response like most of the time I mean unless you live in. In like very violent circumstances, the fight or flight response is generally parasitic on you now. Yeah, it is, it is an instinctual parasite that is serving its own purpose, which is mostly obsolete and meanwhile killing your body in the process. Yeah I think I think about this a lot deal you know since I deal with the in a certain amount of anxiety myself, but like the anxiety, if everything. Is the Tingler like the Tingler kind of takes on different forms, and like whatever the thing is bothering made a particular time I kind of time. Stop and realize what's the same force you know it's the same creature, but it's wearing a slightly different skin dressed in in some other in the skin of some other paper tiger to Going to disrupt my day, yeah, I mean I I wonder if. I haven't seen the study about this or anything. But at at the risk of getting a laugh here I wonder if it could actually be helpful to personify your anxiety as to like to give yourself a visual metaphor. Think about your anxiety through. It doesn't have to be tingler. Tingler might be an especially funny one. If you're trying to disempower your own anxiety response to things that are actually going to hurt you well. One Hand I'd come back again to the the psychedelic themes of the Tingler. The spirit psychedelic accounts of psychedelic experience, which fears or even anxieties or personified, is something that can then be banished but then also like this is, this is tantamount to many religious faiths. You know, get behind me. Satan Right you know I mean that's What is that taking your fears and anxieties or temptations or something? You know whatever your your negative emotional baggage happens to be and putting it in the form of this this this this non human entity, then can there then the interacted with or fought? Right can. It can be farted at if say if you're Martin Luther exactly. Yeah you to what does he say to the Devil? I give the Afar. I think the Tingler might be a good one. It might be a good one to imagine because the Tingler actually is not very scary like yeah, I mean. If you cut out the parts of the movies with the screaming, actually kind of disturbing, the Tingler is very funny. Yeah, and so I wonder you listeners out there who have problems things ID tried this experiment I want hear about the results when your anxiety flares up when a paper tiger has got you sweating when you you know you're. You're experiencing that that full body stress response in the Adrenalin flowing in the cortisol is flowing in. In all you know, your organs are straining under the weight of this thing, that's not actually physically a threat to you. Think is just the Tingler is just a Tingler in there and see if that makes you laugh and helps you get over it before we close out here. I do want to come back just just to Fr- to William Castle's Gimmickry here. You know th, there's a there's a whole line of thinking on this that that I don't think I would have even considered. Had we not just done a multi episode? Look at Photography and motion pictures on our other podcast invention. Especially easy to watch a film like Tingler to laugh at its manipulation of audience reactions, right and and perhaps a bit challenging to view the Tingler and feel anything approaching legitimate fear right, but of course we have to couch the film within the context of its time. ETC, but. Another thing I was thinking about was. Some studies that we touched on those invention episodes particularly re regarding a researcher by the name of Talamo Hendler founder and director of the functional brain. Centre at Tel Aviv Medical Center. They found that certain scenes from Black Swan. This is a film from two thousand ten. The Darren off skate yeah. Let kinda spear esque Ballerina. shenanigans in hinder found. This film produced a results quote compared to a schizophrenia like state with the cognitive and emotional centers of the brain operating dramatically in out of synch now this is of course a much more modern film. We're talking about here and certainly one that showcases a much more ambitious and technically proficient cinema. But I think it underlines the the idea here that films induce a kind of alternate cognitive experience, l., maybe even an alternate cognitive reality in and of them selves. They're not that different in some respects Compared to a psychedelic experience, and so it's it's interesting to think about cinema in that regard that we're taking this medium that that messes with your brain, but changes how you're perceiving reality, and then on top of that we're going to just fill it with fear and death in terror and see what happens. Yeah, that's funny I mean. I agree with you, I i. do think you could legitimately think of watching a film as a form of entering an altered state of consciousness. I don't think that's actually a stretch at all. It does bring us back to this question. You know why why people do enjoy horror movies I mean you and I. Both enjoy horror movies like. Why is that fun like you would think that you just You would think that you would never want to provoke negative. arousal states like fearfulness without needing to because I mean there's enough stuff in life giving US anxiety, but I think we talked about this when we went as guests on a movie crush with. With Bryant over on that show. If you haven't checked that out, we're. We're on some episodes. Yeah, it was like a an October episode. but we talked about our love of horror movies, and I totally have the opposite experience for me for some reason, watching scary movies seems to to decrease my level of anxiety about normal day to day stuff, and I don't know exactly why that is, but I think it's that. You know it sort of like It gives you a kind of low stakes practice environment to sort of observe your fear in a controlled setting where you know that nothing's actually going to threaten you, but you also think perhaps Maybe this is a stretch. You can think of this anxiety inside of us as this auto immune function. That is there to deal with actual threats, and when when those threats are not there. I mean what what does it do? What does it have to feed on in the same way that that if you were isolated from stimuli? If you were saying solitary confinement, the senses may pick up on sensory data that is not quite there and extrapolated so perhaps on on some level. It's like we don't have enough real concrete threats to fear in our day to day. Life Actual Tigers. Able boulders falling. From the cliffs onto us, but we're. We're still hardwired to deal with those kinds of threats, and so without those kind of threats. We end up veering all these other things. And then a horror movie a good one anyway. So else to feed to the Tingler in our mind, somehow a monster is nice. Compromise there. It's like something that you can focus this fear response on, but you know it's not actually real now one thing I will say is that I don't know if I'm. Really a fan of when I watch a horror movie that's so good and so effective that I I walk out can looking over my shoulder. Doesn't happen. Much anymore used to happen more often I guess when I just seen fewer horror movies and I was less exposed to it well. I mean I. Remember seeing the original. American remake of the rain Oh. Yeah, and I was basically up all night after that at the time. That was not a lot of fun, but I look back on it fondly, because yes, such an. Emotional fear based reaction to that film and it's just something. I rarely experience with the movie. The same can be said for a lot of psychedelic experiences, though hear, people say well, you know it wasn't fun at the time, but I learned something from it. I had the exact same reaction with with the American remake of the ring when I was young I don't know how old I was. I must have been. I don't know eighth or ninth grade when Oh so I mean. I I was technically like an adult at the time and. I still stay up all night unable to shake It's certainly made like TV's pretty freaky anytime. After that you turn on, TV and static POPs off. It's like Oh, well, you know. Maybe we'll have to return to the ring in the future. I know we've talked before about potentially exploring something related to superstitious ideas about technology. Oh, yeah I'd love to do that. You know will report. report I still think it actually is a pretty well made horror movie like a lot of the industry is pretty inventive in creepy and I. It kind of holds up, but at the same time I, watched it more recently and it. It didn't have the same effect anymore. Now. Parts of it made me laugh. Yeah, but not to say it's not that bad. It's just like I you know. Somehow especially in the context of my memories, yeah, a lot of the stuff. The scare moments in it have become funny your own of course it was. An influential film, so it's kind of had a chance to dilute itself through popular culture I imagine, but still got Brian. Cox In, it so there. You can't fault can't go wrong with Brian. Cox Put Brian Cox in every single movie. It'll be better all right well on that note. We're going to go and close this one out you know. Obviously we'd love to hear from anyone out there. Have you seen the Tingler? Do you, have you know? Some fond memories of this film. 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