19 Burst results for "Von Sydow"

"von sydow" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"von sydow" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"In his mind it's a relationship I don't know if that's the case with her though yeah, I think she might be stringing him along a little bit, right? Yeah. I mean she certainly as excited by him than she is by Robert Redford I, mean she does a lot for this guy that that starts by capturing her Vermont guy needs to flip his caller just like Robert Redford did throughout this entire movie that look pretty bad, ass. No the book for this. The film was based on what's called six days of the condor and I'm wondering if the Faye dunaway story would feel different if it wasn't convinced to three days like in the film like she'd spent six days with them. Would we have bought more of the evolution of this relationship I? Think it's very clear that they chopped it in half because they wanted to set it up for a sequel. So that's why only three days and so she was going to appear quite prominently in another three days of the condor which just never came to fruition. Well, the second one was going to be all in Vermont lots of big ski chases. Yeah. Well. It lasts James Bond Movie Specter. That's right. Nothing. But skiing all the time Robert Redford and his stunt double going down slalom shoots and all that sort of thing and a lot of tasty smoothies at a ski lodge. And also a scene where the CIA. I don't understand this men's a reader. How does he ski so well and they're like He reads about skiing. Speaking of like cool characters. Also Lorraine I love Max von Sydow as like the guy was just kind of a contractor and he didn't have to be like that cutthroat villain all the way through even though I think he's a total cutthroat sort of character all the way through I love old academic hitman like that is a trope that's popped up in a handful of movies seen and every time. It works especially new have an actor with the gravitas of of Max von Sydow who used to do is just walk on the scene say a few words and I'm like I believe everything this man is telling me and I entirely by this character one, hundred percent who do you think would be like a good actor to take on that role like right now a contemporary movie. Oh. Excellent Question Scott, you suggestions I'm just rummaging through my brain like is the defaults automatically Michael Cain or I don't know like I. I just watched sexy beast and I'm just wondering if you can get somebody like Ben. In that role or is it just too obvious at Ben? Kingsley is kind of that's thinker that could kill you with his fingers. Against going to obvious too on the nose I don't know that Max von Sydow was an outside the box casting choice. I'm wondering to know if you cast not now it's a little too old now but if you go back say fifteen years or twenty years in cast, Morgan Freeman in that role, it would be very effective as well. Is he driving Miss Daisy..

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"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

"What's next? I'm being on the same time as I parallel. I'm been doing film about two Swedish artist also for six or seven years, and it also was premiered this month. So I'm kind of empty now energy is like. So, now waiting for something to fill up how was your head space having to concentrate on two films at once I? Mean we waiting for financing for wind all waiting for information to come from the other difficult to do that I decided to give it a go and I've been doing other things for my station I, mean even working fulltime we'll other things I'm doing this my spare time. So I saw I, keep on going and see what happened and given up a few times, and then just in calls and says, I found the the diaries or something like that so Let's go. So it'd be it's been a ride but now, of course, read a happy that we made it all the way. I'm not sure if I will do another eight year the next film. That's. For the film's release. Signed you're going to be getting some cinematic release in the US and is there any talk of getting like a a daybyday relate Zora streaming release in the next few months? I'm not sure when but we are discussing that. So hopefully, it will be the winter. All we can cite who listeners is your place Cape an I ask for a tiny tim king for a day at a cinema near you or for a few months time on a streaming service that you subscribe to. Just. Loved this film to seventy five minutes is sight packed with a lot of information. We all learned something out of it. I know I certainly gained a new appreciation for tiny tim and his work in that first album, which are went listen for the first time in preparation for this God. Bless tiny tim was amazing. It was really not what always expecting I was thinking. I'm going to turn this off after two or three songs as said. It sounds like a sixty Nelson era album and it's just like one of these undiscovered gems all forgotten gems. Thank you for putting this film out. Early, thank you for giving us your time. Today. It's my pleasure to fun. Yeah, like this is great. We come now to the end of episode seventy, seven of see her podcast way have a couple of islands in the five of what's going to happen for episodes seventy eight we'll be posting that in the facebook group. So just keep an eye out for that. You'll hand anyway how people can keep up with what you're up to how they can easily find where the film will get screenings. Ways. There's a facebook page for tiny Tim King for a day. So that's the easiest way that will be information on that H on facebook. We'll put a the show notes once again. Huge. Thanks to your hand for being on. See here it's been an absolute blast. Thank you very much. bye-bye..

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"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

"Man with fierce intelligence and it really comes down to it whilst his singing voice may not have been your thing but it's obvious that he had a great singing voice the very. Beginning of the foam coming back to, I, got you babe and has not just this fell Seto Soprano but he has this Bravo, which is really really hard to pull off and that was just potter. What he did is a talented human being. He was a person who cared about other people. We get all this impression out of your film and I think I can speak on behalf of. All of us that you'll film was a great success in that you conveyed this story and the character of the man that people who might not know anything about him apart from the one song would never have guessed more power to thank you. Yeah. Really come to like him a lot. I'm not sure that I would love to work with him or be with him for a long time but. He's really a lovable figure and character and he really made a life. But no, one would have expected in the forties and fifties when I think you say the star of the film will somebody mentions but San he basically had to invent himself. Event is reality is despite the absence the answer econ succeeded in doing that didn't they? He started the diary, the Journal Start from fifty two when he's twenty years old. The first year he writes one day I will be star in into that from early age, and then he writes about how everybody's this belief in him and how it's parents wants him into the mental hospital. How people kick him on the street they even like in one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, four, he says, one day I will be the biggest star and his father says cut your hair and get a job for. Thirty five years old it wasn't a kid anymore. I know that with every mania that's related to show Biz there's always paraphernalia sold. So you know there were beatle wigs and welcome back Carter. Board. Games in the like. Did you find that anything where there was a rash on tiny tim wigs or Plastic Ukulele? I think they worth quite a few things that they wanted to to sell I. Think they all got too late. It was already beginning to fade away when they have the on the market. So I don't think they made any big money on anything he needed to book small book will with like Fraisse's I remember one phrase one phrase on each. Page and it's a don't discourage tiny tim made it things like that I think that one maybe sold because that was still in sixty nine cardboard game that never sold much I think. There were actual dolls with. People on the back, and then he asked like phrases.

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"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

"Any does the rock and roll medley but the strangest thing of all in that show for about thirty minutes, he's singing songs to a group of young children which would never hold in the twenty th century but even for them, it looks really really odd. So what we thirds you would have seen that your hand because I think actually have like a few seconds of footage from that. Yes we do I mean it really strange and funny. He's things for these children and he was very uncomfortable when it was with children, he couldn't relate to children at all. He says so that was one of the things that he's manager left him in sleight sixty nine because they had a big deal for him to be your host for a children's show they wanted to do that and he said, no, I can't be near children. I don't I don't understand them. Yeah wasn't his third Al pays off aimed at children music children's. Have people say also that there were several things around nine hundred seventy that to destroy ruinous Harrier, and there was also an album that was released. That was illegal that sound WANNA re release. The song recorded back in nineteen, sixty four, maybe a bootleg copy. Kathy's Really big numbers and people bought it and thought while tiny tim never again. So That is one of the things that ruin his career and then the mafia. Tony Tim Story. It's like a perfect confluence of everything coming together in the right place at the right time. It's just could've only happened at that point industry with doing what he was doing. Then than the you know the the correct people seeing him and it will just come together. It's a perfect storm exact taped day wasn't a real person like his whole life story. It'd be Living Coen brothers movie. It just seems like the rise the fall and he still goes on and yeah. But there was this other Australian film but the artist Martin made in he was filming for like at least ten years maybe more when it was released some time in the eighties and it's really poetic pieces of that film are fantastic. He really loved tiny thought that he was one of the big entertainers in the. World. What was that about? What was that film? The setting was there was a big fire in Sydney at the Amusement Park in Sydney yes. Luna Park Luna Park in the eighties. So they had failed tiny a lot and then bachelor fire occurred, and then the Martin made that the main story I'm tiny lunar park and it was dealing a lot of things and it was in New York also he films. Tiny with his mother in the eighties. That's a really sometimes, very poetic slump sometimes strange Phil I wanna come back to the concept of the animation that we spoke a little bit about before who actually did that and did you have your own ideas about how you wanted it to look at your collaborator come up with? What's what's the story behind that we were looking for an artist who could make animations? Personal. Something personal we we haven't. A clear image what we wanted, but we wanted someone who fell for the story I wanted to make something out of their own head and Ben. We find this markle master week in Croatia who is An artist, he did some animations. So it was maybe even him on his wife doing it and I just loved it. It was it's so simple and and yet it tells a lot about the atmosphere. How much information did you provide them and their creativity or did you come up with exactly what you wanted? Yeah. We said that now it's thirty seconds in his home, and this is the information that we are given. This is what people say his parents are in the bedroom. So it was we were quite. Precise. Gave me a big laugh. I gotTA confess this no closed doors in this apartment and We were there. We were there knocking at the apartments and tried to film in nobody opened the door. We she more man. About you than almost anyone else we've ever had on the show. Thank, you and television land tiny's been gone. There's no surprises here. So the film men's just shortly following his death, but how did you feel about including the footage? Were we see him collapsed? Not Actually where dies but like two months before he goes on stage he's not been feeling well, and he just falls forward because I spectator I found absolutely maybe jump of my sate. Yeah. Yeah. Again, would you rather not have it or? As a viewer I'm glad it's there I. didn't feel like I was watching something that wasn't meant to be sane but I did find it really shocking and why it brought home the final tragedy of the end of his life all the more. so He'd been living in poverty and he'd not been taken seriously no matter how he'd tried to do and that was just like the the final Straw that I was just wondering whether that. was something for you whether you're toying with should I include this? Should I not include this? We thought about it but if he had died there, then he would have been different now I? Mean he recovered he did perform again I wanted very much to be in the film just real emotional investment. I think that you get from that because it's almost like from the beginning of the film tiny almost like this baby bird that you. Find and you're trying to nurture it and watch it goal on its journey in get its wings and fly, and then it flies, and then it comes down again and then at the end when you see it kind of fall over, you're like, oh, you know and it just if you're really into tiny and you see that it's like watching your kid kind of trip off the stage, you know you just want to rush to them. Yes. Yeah. I think it's strong and. Maybe one thing that I regret that we that's not interfering are his friends from the last few years the called the tiny heads they were like he's found some vendor became his friends all over the states I mean he was doing such small shows about the case manager called the tiny. Tiniest coming to Boston, and then they got picked him up at the airport and drove into the gigs and stuff like that. They were really good friends. So we met a few of them and they were talking memories and a few of them were there when he got that heart attack and we rushed. To him and we I ran out and gotten people to call an ambulance. That's dramatic. That was amazing. He really had friends that loved him. So very much. They all said, that was a good friendly wasn't yesterday like a star. He was with us all the time when we wanted to at the end of what comes through was that he was not this one dimensional character if only seen. That little bit footage on laugh in or it's some other performance of him saying, Oh Miss Vicki. Oh Soup you really do tell a story about a human being with doc failings as a lot of us do a.

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"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

"He's saying going through the city for almost ten years thirteen years at least being as a free. It was really a challenge. I've tried to overcome because in all fan is by nineteen, sixty two. Every. Friend of mine and every relative had given up on the they look into my mother's house and just shake their heads. The other line, it's almost like he dropped the facade if that was a facade. Speaking with such honesty and that two minutes just think summarizes everything that you're going to save from that point on. Do you think that despite the fact that he he was prepared to do anything to have attention paid to them that it some way been looked at Deed hurt him and that was ways torment came from during the freak show fully circus. Circus later on in life when his starred full and is there anything that you knew of that was in the diaries that said? Well, I'll do whatever. But it really does hurt. You can't see that sometimes but not very much. But you can see that he wants another life but he doesn't let us show very much but you can understand that and also in the beginning of the film, it's almost like he's been in therapy for years and he talks very like intelligence but I wasn't free but now I'm here it looks like now I'm. Well, but he keeps on being free going back to I mentioned earlier, his relationship with his parents will you kind of thoughts and feelings and self image or all kind of shapes in the I, saw I think. So seven to ten years of your life as you're growing up, you're continually toll free call. You're wrong. You're strange. Aichi Gallagher it's difficult to shake that. I. Kind of get feeling with tiny tim that he was hoping that.

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"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

"In the horror business are. That seems to be the thing about tiny is that he just wanted the love. He wanted the attention and he didn't mind if he was a plane to clan playing the full in shape for or he was going to be rolling around on stage doing. Do you think I'm sexy is pretty much if I'm entertaining you that's Michigan accomplished. Interesting the. Obviously you touch on this in the film by he seemed to have had a fairly dysfunctional relationship with his parents. Yeah. It seems to me that you spend the rest of his life trying to gain acceptance and love from wherever he could perform arise. And it's w interesting as well that when he did a measure of fame and acceptance that he would bring his parents of the audience said there on the cover of his second pay, you must have had a complex strange relationship with his parents, but then I. Did. My. Didn't seem to be a Nice Lady Nine To Mason, thing about the field and the book is that just in just like four or five years ago found the tiniest diaries journals. So I mean without them, it would be completely different films though, just like it the son of one of tiny's mob managers who will justice that I have a bag full of China's diary still WanNa buy them. Another turn as well, which is you know truth is stranger than fiction that he would actually wind up being managed by the mall effectively whole justice I didn't know that that was crazy associate that with the rep peck. Yeah. Again, I'm with the big boys now. Did. You have to get his widow's permission to use the diaries the the film the APP she was okay with it, we could use them. What was your relationship like with Mitsubishi saying asked me anything you want go anywhere you want. Were there any anything that she felt uncomfortable with? No, he's she really was opened with everything. She saw the film it was a few pictures that she said he doesn't look pretty that. Can we take another picture where he looks more sexy of that was the only thing that she was concerned about I'm sexy com. Let me know. Need me. Josh. Reach out touchily. Exactly she said that she still gets young girls and women contacting her they. They fell in love with China and wanted to know things about him. So He Still, keeps. Attracted Being Nikitin attracted to him. Man Even. Impact, how did you go about getting weird L. involved because I thought like his voice was really great for the narration. With from an American Co producer who knew that they had performed together and that love the tiny humidity suggests. We recorded in Los Angeles and I said from the beginning that I wanted to be very somber very serious. Don't act anything. Be. Like you're reading in your head and he. Did it very good to go somewhere easy. At this moment, I am the hottest talent in the whole country. I. Am Toast of the city from Hollywood to New York I am praised by everyone. And yet with all the shouting and sending. My Soul is in hell. And I cry out for help Jesus. He did a terrific job because the moments that you selected from the diaries to read all about those moments where tiny were saying I'm the biggest star in the world and yet I'm in the torments of Hell Weird Al's delivery this man who we always associate as a funny man just got to the heart of have imagined tiny must have been failing have vulnerable he was yeah I. Like it very much. I think there's a real theme of duality in your film with the life of tiny because it it almost seems like he wants to go forward but then He also wants a simpler way and it just seems like there's feelings he has one I'm not going to give out any spoilers, but there's feelings he might have. It just seems like he was always conflicted Morris or saying he didn't care how people saw him as long as they saw him. But at the same time, he would go forward looking for love whereas he was in the face of ridicule I just followed there is a real duality to his life. Yeah. I think he was really was a tormented soul in that way he had a religion very strong. And have his for women, all women, and when you read the diaries this fight on every page every single day almost we're we're talking about it someone should publish the diaries they are such read. It's unbelievable. He's very intelligent smart, and sometimes you just think who is this guy he's graced. Johnny Pine up a friend of his. For, the last few years of his life says that he's the most intelligent smart man he ever met that he news so much you read a lot sitting in new really everything but still. Totally out there I think what you say. Is Pretty much like the coaling card for the film in the opening two minutes. So we get this what the hell who is this guy? An him doing both voices for I've got you debuted at performance. The film. Before No, money is always. Got New plus still shoes old enough. Baby. I. Can we see him on the set of? Big Club the German program German music program. He's speaking with such candidate, such openness honesty. It's not the character of tiny tim blowing kisses to the audience and saying Oh. Thank you very much..

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"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

"Headed, you start putting the film together because I mean I, would like with any documentary. There's going to be the requisite amount of interviews with admirers and talking heads and one thing I've really loved about your film was the people he spoke to with just people who had involvement in his life. You didn't get Bono or something Elvis Costello was. Melamed tiny tim was my jam or something like that. How easy or otherwise was it to get people to come on board like V gravy or miss sue when I started eight years ago when I saw those first clip than I found Justin Martell on the Internet I understood that he was some kind of an expert. So I contacted him and he was in the midst of writing tiny biography then he it really it was released. Like four years ago maybe integrate book. So we have been cooperating seems I was working for our TV channel and sometimes going to United States for other jobs and I me and Justin Okay I'm going to Los Angeles who can wait find there for me to interview. So I was doing this like on my spare time in the evening making interviews with people, Richard Perry, and the very first interview was with Mr Pena Baker in Newark. Yeah. So it was for like four years. It was an underground private work and then I got my company interested and I got up production money from other places. So I could do some other interviews Justin Martell put you in contact with a lot of those people. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. We should mention the name of his book is Eternal Troubadour. Yeah. It's fantastic and often was there when. We were referring to like the Bible the Tim Bible. Which there anybody that you are really wanted to speak to the you were unable they can get to them or they just flag refused where people pretty forthcoming about Tim but there are some that we didn't succeed. But the one that I'm most proud of we. Got Announcer was Bob Dylan. He's. Just to get from felt like success. Yeah. Amazing time, we also got to feel his private films that he shots from obtain the sixty nine yard. shirkers footage. Yeah. We we could use them at first for free until we got the financing. So that was really nice a little bit of footage of tiny talking about him being with the Great Mr, Dylan and the photos of them together would stop. Speaking, with the world's greatest entertainer today Mr. Dylan and his wanting me for a movie Lord Willing. Thank you for the wonderful talent season me. To be a close friend of him to stay in sleep in his house. Well, this was too much and to top it all he has paying me for it. Thanks as I also sang for his beautiful wife and kids looking at how Bob looked at that point. It looked like it was circa sixty eight like Becker Neeson Woodstock post motorbike. Yeah. It's supposed motorbike you. Yeah. That's something that I find. Really. Interesting. So you're watching tiny tim on shows like Levin and Dick Martin either sincerely or maybe just for show is looking around like this guy's a Weirdo this guy's a freak and yet with Bob Dylan Dylan has been a walking catalog of the history of Americana knows thousands of songs in did anyone talk to you and say that Dylan Hussein tiny tim as a kindred spirit because it was a walking jukebox. I mean, I asked Mr Penalty Acre about that. What did Mr Dylan see tiny? He saw performer. That's what it says. There are those two kind of audiences he had in the sixties in the Greenwich Village Wavy Gravy Jonas us Bob Dylan they saw a unique performer maybe they saw that he was kinda crazy but he saw his heart and soul onstage and then after six. To Eight, he became more like someone laughingstock, but you had the double images of him I. Don't remember what the song was shot the footage where Johnny Kastner's obviously super impressed with the song that tiny's gone and done on the tonight show and Johnny says to him. We didn't expect that almost like this new level of respect for him, but then you also show that footage. After he's gone separated from his first wife from. Vicky. And I think he's rolling around on the floor. Yeah. Do you think I'm sexy You. To come sexy, calm maybe less. Awesome does not look impressive almost as if he said Oh my Gosh I. Took you. One is like my personal protege, my personal project and what are you doing? Just the look on his face I got that impression. Cars did say late in his life, but tiny team was his favorite guest of all times. Well, I let a lot from this film because I didn't really know that much about his history but that just completely blew my mind that apart from the moon landing, your other was heard that the Beatles appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show had the most number of people watching on television but according to this, it seems like tiny tim getting married but more people the Beatles. I've got scraped Beatles bootleg, which had all the official Christmas club records that every year they say thank to the fancy and put like one of those little plastic records and they got more and more weed is on in the ninety six record. You have tiny talking with George Harrison. Yes, and he sings no way man with the Ukulele have a special guest here this evening Mr Tiny Tim I'd like to ask him to say a few words. Oh hello to Nice Beatles it's so wonderful and what a thrill it is talking here. Heard that years ago, and I wasn't even sure if it was really tiny tim or someone who is mocking him A. When. Aspect of tinies career that wasn't a part of your film but I thought was interesting was when he did blood harvest one horror movie that he did Marvelous Nervo actress do you know? Was He happy after doing that or was it something I? Need the work kind of a situation was do you know anything? Much about it I know Justin knows. He knows the guy who made it, but we decided not to bring that to interview him the director of that. and since he didn't do any more acting, I'm not sure if he was very happy about it, I, don't. But Richard. Perry also talked about that tiny could have been big in the movie business.

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"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

"Took. Welcome back to episodes seventy seven of see he podcast and we're very excited because we have on the other end of Scott Connection Johann von Sydow. He's the director of a new documentary about tiny tim called tiny Tim King for a day. Welcome to the show your hand. Thank you. Thank you for having me. Congratulations on getting the film at I. Know It's been a tough year for filmmakers to get their work sane but no debt you've had some level of screening just wanted to start off with something of an obvious question. But what was your entry point for tiny? Team, do you remember a TV appearance? What was the first thing that you saw him on and they're attracted I remember clearly, I was doing another film about Swedish artist to disappeared in the sixties and his friend in another interest told me that he loved tiny team and then he started to laugh on his tears fell and as you gotta check him out tight and team, I hadn't heard about him and that was like eight or nine years ago and then I googled him and I think it was tipped off I'm not sure but I think it was two from laughing. Tiny has added a bit of choreography to usual presentation. There is nothing usual about tiny tim. Allen. My hair started falling in five seconds I thought wow what a guy what a story he must have a night thought to myself. I had to see the documentary about him and I was started looking for it and found out that there wasn't any. That's my job to tell stories and I had a friend colleague Melik Benji Lula who made searching for Schulman and he. was working on that one that point I thought he can do the thing about an American artist I can do to. So then I started as part of your research, did you find that the Chinese music actually mean anything in? Sweden back in the very little I'm a staff producer at the national television companies Swedish television, and we have a huge archive from the fifties. He wasn't even mentioned there. So he didn't make at all. Any impression in Scandanavia wasn't was in England and Germany Franz but not in Scandinavia Tim you're the one who discovered this film really really enthusiastic that we should speak to you. When was the first time you recall hearing tiny tim absolutely probably undeniably had to be with laughing when I was a young kid I mean three or four years old. When you see somebody like tiny, you definitely remember that there's not a lot you remember of your early early childhood but when certain characters or songs stick out and I remember he was one of them that's amazing. Car Remember actually seeing the laughing appearance speckled that time and it was a real blast to come and see that back in the film any do you have any recollection of hearing anything about tiny tim? Tim when I was, this would have been a little later. I was probably by like twelve thirteen years old. They would showed reruns of laughing a the hair and I remember seeing an episode Tony Taman just thinking what the heck is the hat. And then then a few years after that mice late teens I developed a real interest in over American kinds of culture. The late sixties somewhere love and all that kind of thing and so I was reading books and magazines bite that period and Tony Tim would occasionally come up and you know obviously he was adopted by the kinds of Jaren away. So things came together and it started making some kind of sense. Do you remember what you're? The only funding or did you what did you see? I deny we kind was it was funny but it wasn't funny Egypt seemed to a man of Talamo most or maybe not even time of mind kind of almost went from planning. It was something very strange unique but interesting individual I gets I think if tiny had ever gone out on stage in faked it, he wouldn't have been able to pull any of it off everybody. Would have just said it was just all bullshit, but because he was so earnest and sincere and it was undeniably in his face in in all of it, he was older sincerely doing what he wanted to do. It was stick. It wasn't something just to get the middle class conservatives all flipped out with his hair and his falsetto i. think he went out there to give a hundred ten percent of who he wanted honestly be. Outta didn't matter if there was one person in the in the crowd or thousand Brett Right? Yeah. Well, he was doing tat and fifteen twenty years before he even go discovered or. Pick Up. Wasn't hey you so. I think it genuinely was him. That's the thing that your film really gets across. He loved to be in the limelight and he felt he was always going to succeed no matter what it wasn't a commercial decision. It was just he wanted to be able inform music and one thing I really really loved about your film. This seems to be a common thing that they have in a lot of documentaries, but you use it to really effect was the animated sequences early on a film where you show. The impression that he's sitting, we get the black and white real world, which is not so pretty for him but then you go to Kala while he's imagining all the beautiful people in the nineteen thirties dancing and listening to the songs have been crosby all those great tin Pinelli tunes. I'm comparing it to the feeling that the MIA farrow character gets in the purple rose of Cairo wanting all those beautiful paper she lives in Majorie world and so Heine. Tim. But that was the woman he fell into. Beautiful world that he could find right I was just thinking about time periods between now is thirty years ago from now I mean thirty years in the past that would have been like the grunge era when tiny the period that he was playing music, he was only really playing music. There was like thirty years behind a lot of the people. They looked at the songs and his mannerisms and all of that as something that was like from another planet. But actually like I said, it was only about thirty years back and I find that really interesting and I think maybe it was because of the HIPPIE era and everybody looking forward that nobody wanted to look back You know it's like A. Thousand Years Behind. It didn't matter I mean that's what I. got you mean that he didn't. But he Didn't succeed to continue his. Career. In the seventies? And also, just because of the fact that music that he was playing people thought it was just so archaic and ancient. Thirty Years Prior, and I just think that's so amazing. They're saying Oh look at this dinosaur and he's like, no, he wasn't really a data so he would have been considered classic hits today. Yeah I mean on the debut album that were maybe half of it was new written pop songs from Richard, Perry the producer he ordered from cool writers back then in sixty eight. So it's a mixture of the old team tally and op songs. I was telling Tim and Bernie before we started recording with you that I wouldn't. Not even just occasionally new tiny team from tiptoe.

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Pantheon

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"von sydow" Discussed on Pantheon

"There after our listeners, this is Miss Morris speaking. And I'd like to welcome to my very good friend and colleague over in. Toronto not so tiny Tim. Barrel tiptoe through the tulips. Oh welcome ten. Over there in bath in England but very good friend this Bernard. Or drop that. Won't prevail you with a rendition of tiptoe through the tulips or any other greg classic tiny Tim Tunes but. I will pay you twenty dollars if you speak in that Tony Voice through this entire episode, I don't think you have enough money. But dear listeners we are here to talk about tiny tim more. Specifically, we are going to be speaking to the director of a new documentary called tiny Tim King for a day. The director's name is Johann von Sydow and very much looking forward to speaking tone very shortly, waking a go to a quick break and play the trailer for the film, and it will be back with your hand talking all things.

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"von sydow" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"von sydow" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Oh yeah the ninth of March Two Thousand Twenty again giving people. No time to acclimate to the afterlife of late actor Max von Sydow also. I think that's how you pronounce. I think it's it out but the difference. I'm from America's aside now from America you name the second signal now or Snyder. Oh Max Vans Max. Vance did now to reverse sweep good new ghost box though. Yeah this is not working man. What if it came maximum snow now? Came through and perfect voice. Voice so good. Thank you Charlie. I just want to let her know I'm thinking of you. I'm here in the afterlife. I'm having my ass. Kicked by Kimmo does has been pushing my shit in. That's like her life is you're constantly being beaten up by kimbal slide. You'll feel it so it's just annoying just throwing you into a big pile of garbage cans and shit like funny. You're rolling out of a moving car and you're fine. It's just really annoying. Cool being nice to meet Eddie pushes you out of a bus faulk. There's no nice and Kimball tried to joke with them. You're like oh you're sitting with her legs. Akimbo shoot cheers like not even fighting. Not really getting anything from mack-san's didn't he's an old man. Let him live in peace soul breath. John John. O'brien dog.

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"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

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"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Jackson. Same Way guys. Read one video game over the past Jack. I mean every time they the game how in the world of video games while people are worried about a council war between ps four and xbox and it doesn't matter consistently is developing and innovating in creating awesome video gaming experiences so go from that company to the lamest going out of business company. I've ever heard of with game stop. How is that a decision that you think is good for the final dying farts of store it early? It's they are like I mean there are barely any stores open left anyway. They closed like six hundred stores last year. I don't know what happened. I mean potentially what he resurrects it. And that's for his ego. Does he do it because he has a revenge fantasy? I'm not sure what his motivation is. Unless he really. Oh I can I can bring this motherfucker back. If he believes that he can bring back game. Stop then you know what more power to him however he chooses to do that if he turns them all into land centers that combined both video game stores and also places to play video games making them game stops then like maybe. I don't know I don't have any information on that. I'm sorry hold on anyway. The point being is that I don't see a world in which he reignites this brand when so much of how people buy Video Games for now it's digital barely. Anybody has physical copies anymore. And even if there's I mean guys go on sale so much now on all of the on my networks. There's no point that's when I realized how far we've come because there was nothing more satisfying than going to the store on. Release date getting my physical disk in my hand and being like. Oh man when I get home. This shit is on now being like are the night before I pre- by it. I wake up and Santa has already put it onto my downloaded. It's ready to go. Yeah there's there's a convenience factor but I'm still. I still like the feeling like now as an adult. I couldn't buy a lot of games as a kid. I was to rent them so like if people came over the week. Three game collection. You you got like Raymond two and you're die hard trilogy collection on please. Now I'm like you'll check out this wild ass self. Yes I have literally fee Fas Ninety nine to twenty on here but I know this shit or like all the call of duty games but yeah going to the does it. There's no place that people play video games publicly. Now Right. Like are like Dave and buster's so arcade Dave and buster's is definitely blossomed in the space museum. Bosman along and take that back Dave and buster's so cheap lawson. I'm going to ruin. It's not lean steak. How does this awesome blossom on it to your blessing fans? 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Let's go to the land cap or whatever the counter strike because I'd have a PC and I definitely dam sure to have a game that was worth a damn slow like going into a Nice Cybercafe Tuning into the web surfing away. That's me the thing that brought game. Stop Down because it's like why we don't have blockbuster music anymore. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah pretty also. Last time. I walked into a game. Stop. They were selling all this other bullshit. I'm like what the fuck hot on like. What the fuck is it became less actual video games and more video game related stuff right right stuff that you can you physically watering it down? I remember what needs to be like. All Primal Guides hails the real the fountain of Knowledge Him Cool. So Reggie. What's his name? Fees may which is an Anagram for Mario Luigi so that's wild that he got replaced by Bowser Intendo Max Van Sido is trending because he passed on Max von Cdo side. How a years old. And he has been. You know the seven seal. 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"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Same way. Guys read one video game. Over the past. Jack. I mean every time they the game. How? In the world of video games while people are worried about a council war between PS, four and xbox and It doesn't matter. Consistently is developing and innovating in creating awesome video gaming experiences, so go from that company to the lamest going out of business company. I've ever heard of with game. Stop. How is that a decision that you think is good for the final dying farts of store at early it's they were like I mean there are barely any stores open left anyway. They closed like six hundred stores last year. I don't know what Hap- I mean potentially what he resurrects it and that's. That's for his ego. Does he do it because he has a revenge fantasy I'm not sure what his motivation is, unless he really. Oh, I can. I can bring this motherfucker back if he believes that he can bring back game. Stop then you know what more power to him. However, he chooses to do that if he turns them all into land centers that combined both video game stores and also places to play video games making them game stops then like maybe. I. Don't know I don't have any information on that. I'm sorry. Hold on anyway. The point being is that I. don't see a world in which he reignites this brand. When so much of how people buy Video Games? For now digital, barely anybody has physical copies anymore, and even if there's I mean, guys go on sale so much now on all of the on my networks, there's no point that's when I realized how far we've come. because there was nothing more satisfying than going to the store on release date, getting my physical disk in my hand, and being like Oh man when I get home, this shit is. Is On for now being like are the night before I pre- by it I. Wake up and Santa has already put it onto my downloaded. It's ready to go. Yeah, there's there's a convenience factor, but I'm still I still like the feeling like now as an adult I couldn't buy a lot of games as a kid. I was to rent them so like if people came over the week. Three game collection you. You got like Raymond to and you're die. Hard trilogy collection on, please. Now I'm like you'll check out this wild ass, self. Yes, I have literally fee Fas, Ninety nine to twenty. On here, but I know. This shit or like all the call of duty games, but yeah going to the does it. There's no place that people play video games publicly. Now right like are like Dave and buster's so arcade Dave and buster's is definitely blossomed in the Space Museum Bosman along. Take that back Dave and buster's so. Cheap. Lawson I'm going to ruin. It's not lean. Steak. How does this awesome blossom on it to your blessing? Fans hung in a say. 'cause you're blossom and I'm joey. Nice My. Forearm Tattoo. 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I definitely dam sure to have a game that was worth a damn slow like going into a nice cybercafe. Tuning into the web surfing away. That's me. The thing that brought game. Stop Down Because. It's like why we don't have blockbuster music anymore. Yeah! Yeah, yeah yeah pretty also last time I walked into a game stop. They were selling all this other bullshit. I'm like what the fuck. Hot on like what the fuck is. It became less actual video games and more video game related stuff right right stuff that you can you physically it down I remember what needs to be like all primal guides. Hails. The real the fountain of Knowledge Him Cool, so, Reggie. What's his name Fees May? Which is an Anagram for Mario Luigi so that's wild that he got replaced by thousand and ten zero. Max Van Sido is trending because he passed on Max von Cdo. Side. A. Years Old. And he has been you know the seven seal. I first became familiar with his work. 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"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Welcome to Zyppah remixed. Over! Yeah, that's that's the one they make sprite remix anymore, no dance. Focus. My. Handle Oh my goodness, there. You are Oh my good man's. All right. Let's talk about what's trending right now. Rams New logo trending because the los. Angeles Rams have released a logo. US Basically Yeah Lisa Hat. That has a new logo on it. It is I would say not good right. There's one way to describe it. What were straight traffic supposed to be a wave or something? I don't know it's supposed to be like in L.. A. A. is curving back to be like. Oh! Yeah that they have on the helmets ray, but it like it all happen because it was on, someone posted on Reddit I'm like no, this can't be because this is such fucking garbage and then people were like. Yeah this actually we can confirm this Halloween confirm. Big If true big, if true love it, if true especially in October, but this is yeah, it's it's not. It looks like almost like a half chargers logo. It definitely evokes have been charger right? Yeah I I don't know who the fuck they hire to make the logos right I mean I can see the design logic there like make the La more prominent because we want like city, pride or something like that, whereas in the past you know the logo has just been the ram right so by adding La more prominently. They're like we're. We're setting down roots. We're La's team now. It's just kinda whack the way they did it i. don't know I. Think probably because all of these things end up at like at a point where some dude with no swag is. The has the final word right and they're like I. Don't know about that. Cool logo ran the one where the La looks like the. Yeah? Committee Committee decisions designed by committee. Did you send somebody else with here Dan Dan Dan? Is he the one who's? Hitting the Mike. Trying to go over to. Cut that pause. Plugging my own Mike. Yeah, you brush your own Mike again After being like the people you gotta give the people what they want a game content and that your boy. US Talk Games. Yeah, I, mean I. Mean You know I'll tell you what them? It's their pop and right. Yeah, which was are watch, people die inside. A, great one. Dan, a your explain to us. Why at Reggie is trending? Yeah, we'll happen to Reggie Miller. Poor Reggie Miller, so reggie fees. May the Reggie theus presence of Nintendo US okay replaced by Doug Bowser yes. That's bows. Not a joke. He is apparently now working with game. Stop is on their board, which has got to be the weirdest lateral move to go from a blossoming company that is continuing to innovate space video games. Would Call Nintendo loss Samir. Renaissance switch I would say every time. Nintendo releases a new concept. Changed. The way people play video games. Blossoming Bro. DESCRIBE INTENDO as blossom. Sharply fairplay so Japanese person might. Put some respect. What about Swish though bro? Everyone's ignoring fucking Jackson.

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"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"von sydow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"The Internet and welcome to Zyppah remixed over. Yeah that's that's the one they make sprite remix anymore. No dance my handle. Oh my goodness there you are. Oh my good man's all right. Let's talk about what's trending right now. Rams New logo trending Because the Los Angeles Rams have released a logo US basically. Yeah Lisa Hat. That has a new logo on it. It is I would say not good right. There's one way to describe it. What were straight traffic supposed to be a wave or something? I don't know it's supposed to be like in L. A. But the as curving back to be like. Oh yeah that they have on the helmets ray but it like it all happen because it was on someone posted it on. Reddit. This can't be because this is such fucking garbage and then people were like. Yeah this actually. We can confirm this. Halloween confirm big if true big if true love it if true especially in October but this is yeah. It's it's not it. Looks like almost like a half chargers logo. It definitely evokes have been charger right. Yeah I I don't know who the fuck they hire to make the logos right. I mean I can see the design logic there like make the La more prominent because we want like city pride or something like that whereas in the past you know the logo has just been the ram right so by adding La more prominently. They're like we're we're setting down roots. We'RE LA'S TEAM. Now it's just kinda whack the way they did it. I don't know I think probably because all of these things end up at like at a point where some dude with no swag is the has the final word right and they're like I don't know about that. Cool logo ran the one where the La looks like the Yeah Committee Committee decisions designed by committee. Did you send somebody else with here? Dan Dan Dan is he the one who's hitting the Mike trying to go over to cut that pause plugging my own Mike. Yeah you brush your own Mike again. after being like the people you gotta give the people what they want a game content and that your boy hear. Us Talk Games. Yeah I mean I mean you know I'll tell you what it's they're popping right. Yeah which was our watch. People die inside a great one. Dan a your explain to us why at Reggie is trending. Yeah we'll happen. To Reggie Miller Poor Reggie Miller so reggie fees may the Reggie theus presence of Nintendo? Us Okay replaced by Doug Bowser yes. That's bows wild not a joke. He is apparently now working with game. Stop is on their board which has got to be the weirdest lateral move to go from a blossoming company that is continuing to innovate in space. Video Games would call Nintendo Law Samir Renaissance Switch. I would say every time Nintendo releases a new concept changed the way people play video games. Blossoming Bro Describe Nintendo as blossom sharply fairplay so Japanese person might put some respect. What about Swish though bro? Everyone's ignoring fucking.

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Max von Sydow, actor known for 'The Exorcist,' 'Game of Thrones,' dies at 90

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Max von Sydow, actor known for 'The Exorcist,' 'Game of Thrones,' dies at 90

"Other actor Max von Sydow is died last thanks for the priest in the exorcist most recently an Emmy nomination for playing the three eyed raven on game of thrones is beautiful to see his sixty five year career covered it all including two Oscar nominations Max von Sydow

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"von sydow" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"von sydow" Discussed on AP News

"Nexon Seto is probably best known for playing a priest in the exorcist he also played Jesus in the greatest story ever told the cat stroking villain in never say never again Ming the merciless and Flash Gordon the 19 played chess with death in the seventh seal and the 3 eyed raven in game of thrones even with a career that expansive on Seto said in a 1993 a P. interview people could not get his name right somebody asked me so what's your name Sir and I said what is it and how would you spell that started it I spend it on and that's it thank you very much Mr months margins are a letter

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'Exorcist' actor Max von Sydow dies at age 90

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

'Exorcist' actor Max von Sydow dies at age 90

"Nexon Seto is probably best known for playing a priest in the exorcist he also played Jesus in the greatest story ever told the cat stroking villain in never say never again Ming the merciless and Flash Gordon the nineteen played chess with death in the seventh seal and the three eyed raven in game of thrones even with a career that expansive on Seto said in a nineteen ninety three a P. interview people could not get his name right somebody asked me so what's your name Sir and I said what is it and how would you spell that started it I spend it on and that's it thank you very much Mr months margins are a letter

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"von sydow" Discussed on WTOP

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"von sydow" Discussed on WTOP

"Max von Sydow became a Swedish film star playing chess with death in the seventh seal his first of eleven films with Ingmar Bergman I haven't read it the game in Hollywood he played Jesus Christ in George Stevens the greatest story ever told before golden globe nods across Julie injures in Hawaii and as the title priest in The Exorcist he starred in Sydney Pollack's three days of the condor in woody Allen's Hannah and her sisters before earning his first Oscar nod for pain conquer he worked with all the greats from Martin scorcese's shutter island to Steven Spielberg's minority report when I hear the footsteps of the stairs no however craft at the window and then click at the click of the spiders more recently he earned an Oscar nod for extremely loud and incredibly close starred in the force awakens and played the three eyed raven in game of thrones it is time now the chess game has ended but his legacy lives on remembering Max von Sydow Jason Fraley WTOP news next in money a record loss for the Dow in a record low for treasury yields I'm Jeff label its five fifty four hi Jonathan Warner here with a true story I recently bought a new laptop my old one died also slowly losing speed wasn't really noticeable till the very end all but let me tell you the difference the new computer makes I have forgotten just how fast **** internet was looking taking full advantage of it but I'll tell you I'm enjoying it now and you can get in the fast lane as well with **** internet preferred one fifty or higher panoramic wifi is included at no cost you'll never want to come out of the house and there's more with the **** panoramic wifi app you have control of.

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