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"walter pidgeon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So I would be so thrilled when I would land at O'Hare and could rent a car and drive on any street I wanted. It was like a miracle. Yes, Yes, I never never got over that. So hopefully that will be the way it is for the future. I read in the last couple years that Vermont is doing away with song. And how is that possible? So what are they using in place of it Well to some extent and then other these chemical concoctions, but not much on chemical because, of course, the echo wackos are afraid that it's going to hurt the soil table or something. And, you know, I always sent in Denver that I didn't have to worry about this because I was running into the trees and killing them. One at a time to salt table was not important at all. Yeah. So, uh, So, yes, we're going to do 19 forties. Uh, I thought we'd go back a little bit, making the challenge all right, in Mrs Minerva, who played her husband? Oh, my gosh. Mrs Miniver? Yeah. There you go. That one. That one? Yeah. Played her husband. The actor? Yeah. Oh, crap. I know it's square, Carson. Uh um. Oh, I'm not. I don't think I'm going to know this one. Oh, man, I thought, Well, well, yeah, I don't. I don't know, I guess, uh, I think I've only seen that movie once. It's not One I've seen, you know, over and over. So I just know that Think Think of things that fly can say. Things that fly. Yeah. Good clues that well, when? When I give you the answer, you'll you'll you'll know exactly what what kind of clue that is Just Uh, think of things. He does not use a lifeline. Can I ask John? Uh, John when he No, I don't. I don't know. I don't know. He might. He got Academy Award nominations for this, Mrs Miniver and Madame Curie. I don't know. Okay, Madam Kerry now, Okay, Now, wait a minute. Now you're talking about John knows, By the way, he came in here and see your your lifeline knows, Uh, he got it right to him. He got it. Right. So you wanted a lifeline. He got it right. The only time I ever saw him was when he played on Perry Mason, but anyway in 1963 as a character But it was Walter Pidgeon. Walter Pidgeon. See it flies. All right. As you said, uh, Madame Curie. I wear your uh alright. Eventually, I would have gone to think you're a winner. You're a winner. Hang on. Don't go away. I'll share my prize with you. All right? We'll.
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Thank you so much for your support on patriotic and in this week's episode we are discussing mrs miniver in this episode in our feature presentation. Ted walsh is here to continue our wiler with walsh series. But first let's get into our opening credits. Our film this week is mrs miniver. Which was direct by william wyler and was released in nineteen forty two. Mrs miniver stars greer. Garson walter pidgeon teresa right and features dame may whitty reginald owen henry travers and richard ney. Kay miniver and her family live a comfortable life at a house called starlings in belem a fictional village outside of london. The house has a large garden with private landing stage on the river thames at which is moored a motorboat belonging to her devoted husband. Clem a successful architect. They have three children the youngsters. Toby and judy and an older son. Then a student at oxford university they have live in staff gladys the housemaid and eight of the cook as world war two looms then returns from university and meets carol belden granddaughter of lady belden from nearby belden hall despite initial disagreements mainly contrasting vince idealistic attitude to class differences with carols practical. Altruism they fall in love as the war comes closer to home then feels he must do his bit and enlist in the royal airforce qualify as a fighter pilot. He has posted to a base near his parents home and can single his safe return from operations to his parents by bleeping his engine briefly as he flies over the house then proposes to carol in front of his family at his home with other boat owners clem volunteers. To take his motorboat to assist the dunkirk evacuation. Early one morning k. Unable to sleep as clem is still away wanders down to the landing stage. She is startled to discover a wounded german pilot hiding in her garden and he takes her to the house by gun. Point demanding food and coat the pilot aggressively asserts that the third reich will mercilessly overcome its enemies. She feeds him calmly disarms him when he collapses and then calls the police soon. After clem returns home exhausted from dunkirk lady building visits k to try and convince her to talk vin out of maryanne carroll on account of her granddaughter's comparative youth at age eighteen. Kate reminds her ladyship that she too had been young sixteen in fact when she had married her late husband. Lady belden concedes defeat realizes that it would be futile to stop the marriage then and carol mary carroll has now also become mrs miniver and they return from their honeymoon in.
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"Do as ends for us where we talk all things twin david lynch and right now. We're discussing there for the next. Three episodes were discussing on the air. The short-lived abc series the pilot of which was directed by david. So we've just posted that episode very interesting featuring a lot of twin peaks actors. It's a bit of a very obscure deep dive of like talking about less lar- a little bit and the next up everywhere. The doctor who podcast where jesse jackson is sort of special guest companions like a certain dj. Nick who will be joining us to discuss. Daleks invasion earth. Twenty one fifty eighty this very week so you joy what nicotine i do here with jesse here the fate of zone. I hope you guys check us out. We'll be talking that episode this coming week for episode. Two twenty three of textile everywhere. It we also talk other doctor who torchwood surging adventures big. Finish audios more. Let's see what else drug cinema that. I also do it. Zan sprouse where you know kind of like our site gig where we essentially we have adult conversation that dealt beverages sit back and enjoy wonderful movies that we all love. Just finished talking you'll start to the wrath of khan they coming up next threat to be discussing. This is by answer quest. We're going to be discussing. The classic nineteen fifties sci fi movie forbidden planets which yours truly has never seen in its entirety and very different. Look for walter. Pidgeon in that film i will say this much. Well also leslie deal said. This is like three decades before the naked gun or airplane movies. Yep you're gonna have fun with that one jones we're going to have fun with robbie robots okay the things so so look looking forward to it. I think it's gonna be a lot of fun and hope everybody checks that out a drug cinema. Well we also talked goldfinger not too long ago as well the james bond classic. We did that for our devil. Seventh episode. right. Obviously jesse's god took too long and Hope you enjoyed our super beta lows discussion. Hopefully we'll find holes in the schedule. Where after make some to talk more superman lois. So keep watching way for us to talk more dick. I hope he had fun. Thank you so much for joining me. It helped me wrap things up. After jesse left bailed on us for some other podcast cheating on us see cheating on nothing less left us with so much as a by your leave discovered all right time of the fan of zone. We're gonna discussing here episode to discuss the furry first episode of the falcon to the winter soldier. So we're going back for the we were in the air overs after going the marvel cinematic universe and now we're going back to the marvel. Cinematic universe a disney plus their second rebel cinematic universe show. It's going to be ready for six episodes and obviously going to feature the return of sharon carter it bernes ego. We're really looking forward to this. You are as well dick. Yeah i mean. I haven't watched any of the traders because anything spoiled for me but obviously writings have been you know sports through. Were the likely will not with the posters. So but that's as far as i've gone. It comes to spoiling myself because just one going this fresh and this sort of oblivious as possible when it comes to show next next. Friday dance reviews out..
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I love to listen to when you talk about movies. Oh, thank you. Ken Dog is an amazing movie Reviewer. He really is. And I love that You're my favorite of the old science fiction movies And every once in a while, you get on those on DTA talk about them and you've talked over the years. You know what? Some of my favorites of the E I don't know if you remember a movie called the Forbidden Planet. I remember it. I can't tell you much about it is it seems like it was no black and white movie, Right? No no color movie. One of the first it was probably the first major studio color movie Walter Pidgeon and Francis Leslie Nielsen. Uh, you know, and it was truly ahead of its time on special effects and stuff about 1955. And just a fantastic movie. If you haven't got a chance to watch it, you'll love it. Because it's a takeoff, you know of some old Shakespeare. Uh, you know, thoughts about it, and it's a very good plot to. It's not cheesy at all. It's Zoe. Great movie. You would love it, I would forbidden planet, you said. The Forbidden plan, huh? Yeah, you should call back on a Friday night. Sometimes I think that people don't call in because they just want to. I don't know if it's whether they just wanna hear Ken Dog tell us what's going on. You know what's good to watch what's not gonna watch But hey, loves calls like that, especially about movies like that. You know the old vintage stuff. So you know you should call in on some Friday night and talked him about that because and then I will check out the movie. I will. Speaking of that. I need to talk about a movie. It's not recently but Yeah. I mean, I love with Ken Dog does and you should call back sometime when you do that. When he's doing when it started. Yeah, I talk to you one other time. I don't know if you remember this. I gave you a teeny bit of trivia that the Green Hornet John Reed was the great grand nephew of the Lone Ranger. Actually, remember that how it's weird. I'll remember these calls. Hey, Um, you know, I love talking music. I could do that all day. I could do all of this kind of stuff all day You mentioned new riders of the Purple sage. That was a band. I really liked that. That would be a band that you would see it. The Fillmore Winterland for sure. And it always takes me back. Tonto. I guess it was their debut album, new riders of the Purple Sage..
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station. And episode of the great guilder swede as it was originally broadcast sunday january sixteenth nineteen forty four in the newspapers of that sunday. Seventy seven years ago. These were some of the headline. The fall of two japanese strongpoints appeared imminent today general. Douglas macarthur reported australian storming into the outskirts of scowl on new guinea on peninsula and american marines for battling up the slopes of hill sixty dominating morgan bay at camp foster new britain australians captured artillery and supplies as they pushed into territory trapped. Japanese forces have been trying to abandon in other war news. German communicate announced russians attack but made your forces twenty miles west of leningrad. Red army's keeping up pressure by dragging further interpret marshes toward pinsk french army forces with the us fifth army drive forward two miles into strengthening left flank forces besieging casino are a plane smashing at brunswick following. Us air force rate of tuesday and the balkans forces of liberators. Fortresses may heavy attack on most shar in yugoslavia secretary of state cordell hull last night announced a far reaching reorganization of the state department. Designed in the department's words to facilitate the conduct of the foreign relations of the us in war and peace. John lewis is the united mine. Workers may finally get back into the american federation of labor this week sexually development of major labor significance and potential political importance widely expected in labor circles in washington d. war food administration announced yesterday the extension of his food milk control program sixteen metropolitan areas in eight southern states effective february first under the program. Milk dealers will be permitted to deliver to all customers except schools. No more fluid milk than they delivered in june and no more than seventy five percent is much milk in cream and milk byproducts such this cottage cheese chocolate milk and butter fat as they sold in june roosevelt's fourth term campaign now generally regarded as inevitable apparently will be a front porch of conducted by under new political management. The president's only response to public inquiry about his political plans has been that the question was picky you but some of the most experienced political observers in the capital are convinced now he will be a candidate for one reason if no other that reason no other democrats will have more than the mirrors chance to be elected more than two point. Four million persons disabled by work injuries in nineteen forty-three highest number for any year in the last decade and some barbara who climaxes courtship lonely middle aged woman by borrowing sums of money from them held by chicago police yesterday charged with taking four hundred dollars from calmly widow forty two year old don e antrim described by forty-five-year-old mrs gene castle globally dancer. They met at a dance for middle aged people she said and he took me home after the dance and made love to me and we started going around together in march star. Learn to his sorrow yesterday. A lady may t- per ring even if she does break team gauge mary. Someone else the fifty year old retired manufacturer sought to a fifty two hundred dollar wing ring returned to him which he gave to actress. Kathleen howard mayer on the understanding. That they would be married. Mrs meyer later married a songwriter. Who some of the day's top news. Stories is reported in the newspapers of sunday january. Sixteen thousand nine hundred forty four on your radio. The great gildersleeve which continues now on classic radio theater thank. He looks a little like wild pigeon. Don't cheese visit to tell me you've never seen wilder pigeon in the movies can't tell one movie actor from enough. I salman the life of madame curie last week and he was wonderful even with the whole show which brings all she did was stunned at his day and night and they helped to him and bring them little things to eat that all i would just to be allowed to stay inside and feel that i was contributing my little bit to sign you talking about. Walter pidgeon dr hargrave lorne. He doesn't lie that me. He told me he take me along with the modification. Time if you got me over here just to tell me how wonderful doctor hargrave sorry martin. I know you're jealous and i. I'm not jealous. Just because i'm not a doctor. Gosh you'd think doctors were the only people who are wonderful. How we can't be dr malla nano that it takes all kinds. Thank you poke if you want to call it. That just did my anyone shot when they can add and subtract. Never bet hargraves. Can't do it waller pigeon can't either. That's why i asked you over this evening. Track martin thought we'd be here together in week. 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"walter pidgeon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Take off your puppets. And when you know you go down to take it off, I could play a record on that job. Yeah. WeII had Andy on a lot. We just loved him. Well when he first audition, uh, for all the writers You would play just Tom Toms and did his thing. All the writers got up and walk out on him that this guy is nothing But what is he? They didn't understand what he was doing. It all needed it. I, but it was Wait. I mean, how did how did he okay so I can see him coming in and playing Tom Toms and everybody walking out that part I get s. So how did the second part come in where he gave up show all the time? The audience loved. It loved the fact that he would come in and interrupt us, and he was getting such good feedback from the audience that we just had to use it. But here he was a transcendental meditation guy, and we'll be standing one day We're standing on the hall arguing about something I look down and realize that Andy is sitting there. In the lotus position meditating. He did it a lot. He was very strange. It was very hard to talk to. Personally, you couldn't get a conversation going with Andy. I don't know. Whatever. I'm Jesse Thorn. You're listening to bull's eye. I'm talking with Dick Van Dyke. You, but you have a picture in the new book of you in some promo shots from the fifties from before you were a success, Let's say before your grand success. And, um, one of the things you say is that you always wanted to look like a success. Even before you were, um and yeah, I wonder I wonder how you came to value. Looking good. I mean, that's one of the things that I remember about the Dick Van Dyke Show is Rob Petrie always looked great and good shoot. Yeah, exactly. S so why do you think that was important to you? My father who didn't have any money at all was kind of a clotheshorse. He he Was built like Fred Astaire. He would go to Chicago and buy a bond suit. Two pair of pants and a coat for $40, but somehow on him, they look good. He could put anything on And he was always sharp dresser for a guy who didn't have the money to do it. And I admired my dad and I liked The way a stare. And, uh, Cary Grant and Walter Pidgeon. I wanted to emulate those guys. Today. Kids want to emulate hoods. It's the strangest thing about generations and he was a salesman right? They were traveling salesman for sunshine biscuits. Hit. Everybody called him Cookie. He was a very funny guy, except when he tried to get in front of an audience. Funny, man. No. Was he around a lot. When you're a kid, you know, he was gone five days a week. Really on the road, so I didn't see him that often his dad, My grandfather, Van Dyke was kind of my mentor and had a great effect on me, Great man. We'll finish up with Dick Van Dyke after a quick break. Plus later, music writer Margaret Wobbler tells us why Bjork's album post deserves its place among the greatest records of all time. It's Bull's eye for maximum fun dot org's and NPR are.
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To it as a matter of. Birth control or otherwise. The subject of abortion is a valid one in my view for legislative action To any constitutional restraints or limitations? And you will never hear that sort of honesty again by Supreme Court justice going through confirmation because quite honestly. You're supposed to have no views and no moral compass and no guidance at all. To get into politics to get into the judiciary today. You know anyway, O'Connor served on the court for nearly a quarter century resigning in two, thousand six she did receive the Presidential Medal of freedom in two thousand nine from President Obama Wing? Commander. Andy Green. Re stabbing which the world land speed record on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Seven at Bonneville. Flats. Here in the over in Utah that's not far from us here about an hour's drive in the thrust se jet powered car became the first man to break the speed of sound on Land Chicago O'hare International Airport regained the title as the world's busiest airport on this date in two thousand fourteen from Hartsfield Jackson, Atlanta International, airport in Atlanta. and. It was two years ago today bill cosby sentenced to three to ten years in prison for aggravated sexual, assault. Among those passing away on this date in history writer Ring Lardner Etiquette Expert Emily Post actor Walter Pidgeon Jimmy. Carter's brother Billy Carter actor and comedian Don Adams singer Andy Williams Golfer Arnold Palmer and country singer Jeannie. Shepherd. This is the birth date of Nobel laureate writer William Buckner. Baseball player Sportscaster Bill Zoo humorous author Shel Silverstein Actress Dancer Julia Prowess and Christopher Reeves. Happy Number Ninety one to Bob Wa wa idea of hell and I finished doing an interview and someone says, did you ask such and such and I think? Oh. I did I didn't ask that I didn't ask that but I have a lot in my work. I'm very decisive and in real life I'm very indecisive. So there were years ago there was a Shantou's they just pee off and she sang a song that I regret. Generally gradually and and Bette midler than did it take off on us and saying I regret everything and I said that's Barbara? Walters. Ninety one years of age today. The son of Kirk Douglas Michael Douglas Seventy six years of age model Cheryl tease who still looks quite fishing. I. If I do say so myself at seventy three years of age potsy. On Happy Days Anson Williams seventy one years of age one. Night I. Get a call that. There's an audition for this fifty show and on my way down. US. I'm like ours lay I go to paramount studios. I go up to the receptionist. Hi I'm sorry I'm so late it's Sansa Williams and I hear where the hell you been and she goes oh Lucky. We haven't cast potsy yet. I say, what's The potsy and we would all find out Anson Williams seventy one years of age today Luke Skywalker in the star wars movies Mark Hamill Sixty nine. Pro. Wrestling's gorgeous Jimmy Garvin sixty eight, heather locklear fifty, nine, Janssen the Sopranos. aided. Tour to roll fifty eight years of age. Will. Smith turns fifty two. Calls we go and hang out for his birthday and I'm like man that's really good. He wanted his family with them and Calvin Harris was performing. We went to the show. And then we go to a restaurant you know in Jaden. It was just particularly excited. You know we sit down at a restaurant and looks at the waiter and he says I. Have Tequila. Say WHOA WHOA man hold up on, and he says the drinking age is. In.
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Bonds anytime. We did get something a gift. It was a little cocker Spaniel dog black and white spotted and our little girl tricia the year old named. Check and I just want to say this right now that regardless of what they say about it, we're going to keep wire and right the Republican National Committee whether you think I should stay on or whether I should get off I'm going to continue this fight I'm going to campaign up and down in America, until we drive the props in the communist and those that defend them out of Washington I'm. Is Now LX. Live television eighty grape. and. Yes. That was purchased segment of national television on this date in one, thousand, nine, fifty, two. And It got Richard Nixon on the vice presidential ticket and launched him. To eventually the presidency of the United States. We move on here and talk about what happened on this date in two thousand and two the first public release of the browser. Mozilla Firefox talks. Released at that time Phoenix Zero Point one. The soap opera all my children broadcast its final episode nine years ago today ending a forty one year run and it was one year ago. The British Travel company Thomas Cook Group declared bankruptcy meeting employees without jobs and six hundred thousand customers stranded abroad hotels throughout the world stuck with four point three million dollars in unpaid bills. When I saw that I was glad that the old dame, the Riviera had gone down because a lot of Thomas Cook travelers came through their. Among those passing away on this date in history the psychiatrist Sigmund Freud actor comedian cliff arquette Charley Weaver and Joanna Heart Mary Fran. This is the birth date of actor Walter Pidgeon Mickey Rooney Ray. Charles Erbakan. Greenacres Tom Lester. Who passed away just this last year at the age of eighty-one and actress Michelle Thomas Born on this date in history. Happy Number Seventy, seven to your glaciers were leaguers I love before. Paul Petersen Jeff Stone on the Donna. Reed. Show he is seventy five at another great song called my dad. A probably his biggest hit. From Mary, Hartman Mary Hartman Mary Kay places seventy-three Bruce Springsteen stern seventy one clinger's wife on Mash. The lovely and talented Rosalind. Chao is sixty three from seinfeld Jason Alexander Sixty One and the very broken Matt Hardy Forty six years of age though some of the people who celebrate the twenty third day of September's their birthday if this happens to be your birthday. We're the four freshmen and. Say..
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. . So this is amazing. . Russ welcome. . Welcome to <unk>. . Nice. . It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. . We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. . So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. . I've got. . Might follow his mother in some way. . Yes. . He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. . I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, , which is so beautifully done to me. . It's just Marchan <unk> as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. . No, , it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. . End of the day, , I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong . but it was I know all about you 007. . Sex for, , dinner. . Death for breakfast CEST. . Bang on I, remember , it to. . And now you're Madame Curie. . Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. . Madame Curie. . Yes. . No they may we'll try now but it's too late. . This might might be true. . Yes. . She she. . I mean, , yeah, , she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. . I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So . you needed margin <unk> direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. . We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. . She's going to be quite imperious. . You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. . Which is which is Great. . Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. . Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. . was mischief not s mischief. . As it should be you know even in a pandemic, , but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? ? What attracted you to it? ? You know everybody would say, yes, , , I'd love to play manicured. . There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, , and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. . This is regulation they're not there seems like. . In radioactive that all the rules breath. . School is it. . You know it's GonNa. . Be Poked Science. . Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. . She looks sadly conventional. . She wasn't I mean look the <unk> to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. . Rees looking very. . Cameron, , you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? ? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. . WanNa play this woman. This . does mischief to be had. . And I met my John Nice. . Yes, , she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. . Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. . Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which , would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. . It was exciting to me. . And I probably could even. . Could have been pushed found from my case even. .
Rosamund Pike on new movie 'Radioactive'
"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. So this is amazing. Russ welcome. Welcome to Nice. It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. I've got. Might follow his mother in some way. Yes. He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, which is so beautifully done to me. It's just Marchan as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. No, it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. End of the day, I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong but it was I know all about you 007. Sex for, dinner. Death for breakfast CEST. Bang on I, remember it to. And now you're Madame Curie. Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. Madame Curie. Yes. No they may we'll try now but it's too late. This might might be true. Yes. She she. I mean, yeah, she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So you needed margin direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. She's going to be quite imperious. You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. Which is which is Great. Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. was mischief not s mischief. As it should be you know even in a pandemic, but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? What attracted you to it? You know everybody would say, yes, I'd love to play manicured. There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. This is regulation they're not there seems like. In radioactive that all the rules breath. School is it. You know it's GonNa. Be Poked Science. Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. She looks sadly conventional. She wasn't I mean look the to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. Rees looking very. Cameron, you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. WanNa play this woman. This does mischief to be had. And I met my John Nice. Yes, she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. It was exciting to me. And I probably could even. Could have been pushed found from my case even.
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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"walter pidgeon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Had to so you can buy that's good enough in the new movie yeah shocking he got a lot of crap when his book came out like Janet Maslin from The New York Times she said well it supposedly tree you know there is a lot of people who accused him of making up the story right and and he he he always shrugged off the criticism because he didn't write about it until everyone was dead everyone was dead literally so you know yes fifty sixty seventy years everyone had died and he had kept the secrets for so long and after World War two Easter working at this gas station the corner of Hollywood and van ness and he met Walter Pidgeon and that's how he he kind of became a fixer he was never paid for that in his book he rates was a bartender yeah at these parties but in the forties fifties and sixties stars were under morals contracts with their studio so it was this whole underground thing and it's kind of like a pimp he was a he called himself a fixer alleges that he helped him to produce people a two other like minded people and the Hollywood reporter's chief film critic no matter I don't look at me he called himself for what he did because he didn't take money for right right okay he made the introductions anyone who reads Bowers for crowns seen the documentary he does not in the least bit remotely seem like a breaker no water gas and you know is desperate for a sliver of late in life name and the age of eighty eight yeah which is how old he was he was always alter discrete incredibly he was never paid for the sex of the stars he service or for hooking them up he made the money his money as a bartender at the private parties were he would arrange liaisons he always called it his introduction service AS is were his words nice but I mean some of the secrets like here he it was unbelievable he once hooked up closeted actors Cary Grant and rock Hudson at the gas station for twenty dollars yep here range more than a hundred get togethers for Katherine Hepburn over five decades he personally sub with FBI director J. Edgar Hoover while he was in drag okay Edgar Hoover any organized orgies for cold harder Porter any participated in numerous studies with sex researcher Alfred Kinsey who is keen to learn about Bowers pan sexuality right that he was open to men and women and and origins of wasn't even the term at the time that's right and anyway years of study said about people's you know why you're doing this now are you telling us the secrets and he said well it's sad because everyone is gone and I do mean everyone it brings a tear to my thinking of all the nice people I know I was thinking about Vincent Price remember Vincent Price yeah in Randle Scotton Carey grant so many nice gentleman niceness Highness yes is the answer to everything thinking of the mall her green kind they were regardless of what they did in bed that's another reason why I wrote this book earn anyway but I couldn't put the book down I know I remember you telling us something I would come in every day can you believe this can you my it was when the poll you know where the Beverly hills hotel was there is a polo field right behind it where everyone write their horses and everyone would gather at night and day I mean yeah there were lots of private parties yes I'm gay did mansions and yeah during the interview at that time at the Hollywood reporter when the documentary came on seventeen his business was so widespread that he was known in Hollywood is the mayor of the sexual underground of the city if you were interested in anything you got to get a hold of study and anyway in late in July last year he got a citation from the city of west Hollywood for his role in local LGBT Q. history and the mayor a citation No Way it all I guess Blair like of an honor it's been said with a wink that Scotty Bowers help put the wooden Hollywood from the nineteen forties eighty I.
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"From nineteen forty four then ever McGee and Molly go to bed early I'm part one of ever make he and Molly from nineteen forty one first let me say a lot of my co host Lisa waltz what's up we saw. Mike this still is over there Hey guys seem like and he's got his hat and we should start selling our Hollywood three sixty hats don't you think we should start doing that will ask for that half of the teachers all the time we should we should do that let's do that right we'll talk about his folks are gonna have Hollywood three sixty hats and T. shirts and maybe coffee mug that would be good to not a bug yeah but yeah Michael is a coffee mug right yeah last night we're gonna work on it. definitely gonna start that we're gonna begin with Nick Carter master detective now the color was first seen in street and Smith dime novels and magazines and like Sherlock Holmes neck solve cases that were too tough for police that earned him the moniker master detective lan Clark played Nick Carter the entire run from nineteen forty three all the way to nineteen fifty five and was sponsored for most of its run by old Dutch plans are now that's a product that Lisa would never use because it would mess up for a manicure. I couldn't see using that now that's the bow when which was Nick's assistant was played by Helen Choate and Charlotte Manson over the Ron and dobby will send that demon reporter was played by John came sergeant map the sand the head of the police department by at Latymer thirteen year run and Walter Pidgeon played in in three movies for MGM no I think Walter Pidgeon middle name should have been what's a homing. yeah like that we somehow yeah yeah I can tell you like that a lot all right time now for Nick Carter master detected this is a broadcast from December third nineteen forty four called that plays the lead here's one Clark in part one of Nick Carter master detective. what is it. who. yes.
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Of all ma'am hunters that is active whose ability at solving crime is on equal in the history of the text of fiction. error mastered it's active from nineteen forty four cents favor McGee and Molly go to bed early I'm part one of favor McGee and Molly from nineteen forty one first let me say a lot of my co host what's up Lisa. Mike the cell is over there Hey guys seem like and he's got his hand we should start selling our Hollywood three sixty hats don't you think we should start doing that will ask for that half of the teachers all the time we should we should do that let's do that alright we'll talk about it well Sir I have Hollywood three sixty hats we are and T. shirts and maybe coffee mugs. I'm not a bug yeah Michael is a coffee mug. yeah last night we're gonna work on. definitely gonna start that are we gonna begin with Nick Carter master detective now Nick Carter was first seen in street and Smith dime novels and magazines and like Sherlock Holmes neck solve cases that were too tough for police that earned him the moniker master detective lan Clark played Nick Carter the entire run from nineteen forty three all the way to nineteen fifty five and was sponsored for most of its run by old Dutch cleanser now that's a product at least I would never use because it would mess up for a manicure old age cleanser I could see using that. Betsy bow when which was Nick's assistance was played by Helen Choate in Charlotte Manson of the run and got the will send the demon reporter was played by John came sergeant Matthiessen the head of the police department by Atlanta my thirteen year run and Walter Pidgeon played in in three movies for MGM you know what I think Walter pigeons middle name should have been what's that holding. yeah like that we somehow yeah yeah I can tell you like that a lot all right time now for Nick Carter master detected this is a broadcast from December third nineteen forty four called that plays the lead here's one Clark in part one of Nick Carter master detective. what is it. yes it's another case that most famous of all mankind is the detective whose ability.
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Around two thousand twelve or something on your show and he sounded as robust as funny as hell yeah absolutely said no what was his real name in these down in New Orleans I was on in in I was on in Louisiana and I got so many wonderful stories from the fans about about more guess because that was his territory you know and then they basically said you're doing the Marcus she was wholesome in you know as a scientist every experiment that he conducted he screwed up I am fully you know wholesome but there was always a little bit of subversion sure what that's what kept it interesting I yeah I have a clip that we play every once in a while where he wanted me to keep put put up a force field around scientifically any told me nothing could get through and to punch him in the face right an ice and ice the mortgage he was here too is here in the studio and I said more is a minor point you he said George trust me and I will I just smacked him right in the face with fellow unbelievable next let's go to Thomas in the whole year California hi Tom your just thank you for taking my call and Mr local always a pleasure always a pleasure how wonderful to hear your voice to Sir thank you you know the nineteen fifties just produce some great science fiction horror movies like Lincoln mobile more directed by Jack Arnold yeah yeah I got a you know I think of movies like the tingler and the crawling online again those were group uses some great ones planet but the movie I was going to ask you about and the direct button planet blob that what was that well say that again we're showing forbidden planet blob says which is an event that I do however healing really yeah Walter Pidgeon I mean just a great movie and Robby the robot you know is in that movie and Robby the robot if you watch that movie very closely Robbie cannot sit down at the very end of that movie he's got like cardboard legs when he's sitting at the control panel the whole boy yeah yeah but the movie I wanted to ask about and the director is Robert why use who may answer the day the earth stood still Hey the earth stood still original one right yeah the original one was Michael running yeah and job just a perfect film black and white Intel and yeah absolutely and and and and and such a great message you know the aliens were here to destroy as they were here to help us save us from ourselves right right and it it corporate does a lot of themes to that were way ahead of their time the idea of that yeah artificial intelligence with the robot Gort spacecraft itself had you know computer system and the center of that but job the acting was just superb Robert Weiss went on to make of course the sound of music but he also made the the first Star Trek movie yeah and Andromeda strain you know biological horror but I really liked the day the earth stood still nineteen fifty one I just felt that's one of the greatest films of all time of any genre in my opinion yeah the the years of so now I'm going to have to put that on my list absolutely I can watch that that's my new best might favorite movie of the hour now thanks in in in wanted Renny say what did what did the alien say was his name was Klaatu wasn't quite to barada nikto was the weather it was the words that you had to say to court to the ship yes which was later picked up by evil be evil dead they made that the magic words of the Necronomicon they they pulled it right out of it was a directly referencing Dave years stood still in the evil dead with the Necronomicon the words that you say to the Necronomicon we have Julia in Loveland today California welcome to the program Julie go ahead yes good evening gentlemen you know I grew up on horror movies I actually grew up in a haunted house however the one movie that really scared me was a movie that people rarely speak of and it's called the entity about a hundred thousand would here the end I thought it was either the entity one a that's a that's a very genuinely scary movie yes it is I can't remember the actors but I just find it fascinating that not too many people know of it you know it it didn't it didn't have a robust you know it became out before home video really took hold and I think it is just a nineteen eighty two movie I am not sure I maybe late seventies early eighties I think it is eighty two that's when I was with Ron silver Barbara Hershey Barbara Hershey yes and and it was based on a true story and she is at the very end of the movie they just say that it continues to follow her that the the there's there's no real conclusion to it no there isn't and the Irish scarier click the birds we don't really know why it happens and there isn't a real conclusion and I think the fact that leading it open and it is so much more terrifying and supposedly it's still going on wow well what do you what what a single live with thanks to be possessed ed wood tell us a little bit about him all I love talking about it would it it would be of course I think met his greatest fame when the golden Turkey awards announced him as the worst director of all time but of course he directed plan nine from outer space and they made the Tim Burton made a film about it would which one a couple Academy Awards with Martin Landau did for his betrayal of a lego city but it ed wood the low budget film maker he have wasn't have famously an alcoholic and a cross dresser and he he you know it's surprising that that he was able to make you know five feature films but he somehow did he had so much enthusiasm and you know the but a lot of the things we think about with him with you know the the cheap model flying saucers on strings and and you know the sets me on a cardboard moon knocking over the tombstone and no continuity between day and night and you know a lot of those things we think of in in B. movies he really did the whole thing is movies do you know the name Judson fountain jobs found at the micro he was called the radio ed wood of drama when he would tell me about it he would do strange and weird things he was born back in nineteen thirty four he got into radio and he just started doing low budget productions and what they could they called they called him the basically the the ed wood of radio drophead would've radio yeah well you know it's just one everyone was you know I think he he wrote he was a Guinness book award winning type if he could write a screenplay in two days and ghost wrote a lot of things for people and I think he thought if he directed the movie himself he can keep a lot more of the money you know he'd he'd make four hundred Bucks on a project in the director would make four thousand you know so I think he thought he could make more money if he did it all himself but I think he just spread himself to them on the scripts that he rode rod Serling would dictate the scraps into a dictaphone machine in those days are you and then the secretary one transcribe match and just be able to just work just tell a story into a tape recorder and then have your secretary make a script out of it I've got back I was a gene my god yeah marks agree who's written a book about the twilight zone in in the nose king Carol sorely quite well the wife found in the attic of their house old Twilight Zone scripts they'll not produced would not wow I would love to take a peek at those next up we've got Mavis in Seattle west of the Rockies I made us go head needle and I love your program and I will tell you my scariest movie did I ever saw and I was probably thirteen years old and it was in the summertime and it was called the haunting and I was sitting in the house and my dad and mom were over next door and then when that I I don't know if you ever saw the movie that there would be bleeding on the house and my dad came out and beat on the window in well lets you see that it scared the daylights out of me yeah I'm sure it did well yeah about the hunting is terrified that when they remade it to in the in ninety nine but the sixth nineteen sixty three version is far superior sure I can white but then they found that women in the attic you know we may this is what I called about remember Cheri Lewis and lamb chop yeah we sure do okay well she died and you know it another in law was I do not know Judith Krantz in she just died she was ninety one she wrote scruples and princes she's alive all in interesting I know a **** she was quite a lady yeah so anyway but in and I am not going to be watching the hunting effort nine seventy eight years old and I fall I'm not I'm not going to do that you know some of those ones you never forgive a scary is so bad that you you can't can't can't watch him again I know I I I host the blob every year there's always that one guys like I'm not going in the theater that's it scared me bad when I was a kid and I just I still can't once the blob click okay are you're you know you're an adult now you could probably handle it no no I've I've never seeing the blob again in nineteen ninety three Cheri Lewis and lamb chop or invited to go to Larry king's birthday party wow she did that character for ever it seems I mean she was pockets for big things Mister global in those states aren't thank her magical again it's that abstraction you kind of fill in the reality of it you know you make it aligns with it's it's it's a magic trick you know you you bring life to it with your own experience and become something real I mean when I saw Yoda in the empire strikes back he was real easy didn't seem like a puppet he he he seems real to me absolutely let's take another quick call then we'll take a break and come back with more Paul in Boston take it away Paul or tried very always have a great show we better finish dark the flights that was the the I think the last of the rise that some price made mmhm and it's too bad they didn't make a stupid one I know that would happen if we got over there want to one up the river yes this doctor Phibes then then what Dr price rises again and then yeah they they was it for him they could've kept going with those it was such a great character and I think the precursor to films like saw you know because it was basically him creating these elaborate deaths for people that's a weird movie yeah somebody saw movies are there couple of all our least five is five why didn't I went out what aid I checked out but yeah at least five who's the actor he was weird here are really too big on the soft movies and I can't pull his name out right now but yes you know I stumbled across one of them one night okay and like Showtime or HBO and I'm I'm saying these are the strangest weirdest movies I've ever seen you know the other ones other weird that are coming out now using internet technology those movies where some person is hooked up to a system and the more people online that view it the worst the pain of the death for the guy oh wow I've never heard of yeah those are just there so it's a strange series removes any was we'll be back with more calls in a moment on.
"walter pidgeon" Discussed on Mysteries, Myths
"Episode for life upon the wicked stage that song, first appeared in Oscar Hammerstein, and Jerome, Kerns, showboat produced by Flo. Ziegfeld in nineteen twenty seven based on the novel by EDNA Ferber, the musical has had many revivals. But I've never actually seen it onstage. I did. However, see the movie with Marge champion as blossom Dearie singing, the comical, earaches actually, the title for this piece is a bit of misnomer. I was never onstage. Well, once when I was in first grade, but it must have scared me so much. Never did it again. No, my affiliation. With theater is watching the performance from below usually behind the director. But more of that later, the first time I saw Broadway. Play was in nineteen fifty six at the lyceum theater near Times Square was a comedy written by Kyle Crichton called the happiest millionaire, starring Walter Pidgeon. I went with a group of junior high classmates. That's why the teacher thought this was something. We'd enjoy. I can't say, maybe because it featured a prop alligator in a bathtub. I don't know anyone else thought but I thought it was a very silly play. I had already begun my first attempt at fiction in my high self esteemed status as an aspiring novelist. I decided that if this was theater, I'd take a pass. Thank you. I had just turned fifteen. I never did finish that early novel it to as I look back on. It was rather silly. But as I worked on it, then I realized that I needed better dialogue. So I began listening more and doing more writing exercises, although it was many years before I wrote my first play twenty years to be exact in nineteen seventy five my first full length play was produced in Boston. It was about the Jesuits efforts to proselytize the Hurons in North America in the sixteen hundreds, I was neither Jesuit nor Huron. But the topic interested me the play was performed. Ironically enough in a church basement, my parents living, several states away didn't attend. But sweetly sent me a congratulatory telegram on opening night. Just as if it were playing in neon lights along the great white way. I was elated with the whole experience. I attended every rehearsal, every performance, I was on top of the world, the production, scored very positive reviews, and at the end of the season, it was listed in a local arts newspaper as one of the ten best place for that year. I received a playwright in grant from the artists foundation of Massachusetts and later one for the Massachusetts cultural council. I was on my way. While worked on my second full length play, I had several successes with short plays in a playful and on local television. I really began to think of myself as a playwright, not, of course, giving up the day job. Meanwhile I had submitted a script to a director New York who wanted to meet with me. I am mmediately bought a train ticket to Penn station and arrange to meet the director at noon in the lobby of the Waldorf Astoria, where I booked the cheapest room they had for overnight, even at that the room plus train fare, strained, my small budget. But as I wait. Sit in the lobby. I was exhilerated with the thought that I might have a professionally produced play in the Big Apple. I can't remember the name of the director anymore and the meeting was over so quickly. I can't recall our exact conversation, but I thought it went well at the time. However, I never did hear back from the director, and I've never had a production on Broadway with only a little money left in my wallet. That day, I decided to trade dinner for play the one I most wanted to see was the basic training of Pablo Hummel written by David Rabe directed by Boston theater icon, David, Wheeler it starred Al Pacino already a renowned actor on stage and film in the godfather one and two, I was able to buy discounted ticket at the box office at the last minute before the curtain rose, and was fortunate that the seat was front and center, there was a full house Hummel is in the tradition of complex, antiwar plays and the depiction of Pablo an American soil. Children. Have yet on war isn't a long literary tradition of hapless anti heroes. The language of the play is raw and perfectly thin to its time and place Paolo as a character is not particularly smart. Not very sympathetic. But still compelling in the dark portrayal by Pacino as the play preceded the audience was transfixed by the relentlessness David ribs, script, and the intensity Pacino's performance, which was soon to win a Tony award following the end of the play the inevitable and empty death of Pablo homo. There was a strained silence in the audience. Then in unison, everyone rose to their feet. Clapping myself included would that play have the same reception? Now, I don't know what was relevant and shocking about Vietnam, then has been clipped by real life since but in nineteen seventy seven I had never experienced a standing ovation before. And at that moment, in that space at that performance, I saw the power of theater a year later, I had my second full length production titled rapture in a large venue, this time, the theater critic from the major Boston newspaper came we all waited for his review. It wasn't the only review with all the others being very positive. But this was the one everyone read from beginning to end. He entirely missed the point of the play which was about the descent into madness of a father, whose young son has committed suicide, it may have been a little before its time. I grant you, but the reviewers seem to take an uncommon perverse glee in savaging the play some critics are like that the headline of the review. Read rapture is a rupture. I I laugh at it now. But unfortunately, in that moment of my life, I was owned Rable such malevolence, I stopped writing for several years, even now, recalling that experiences, sent me scurrying to the internet to make sure his review is an archived anywhere. Thankfully, not, however, that was a long time ago, and I've written a great deal since then both plays and novels and plays that have become novels novels that have become film scripts with. That's another story from the very first time I worked with the director and actors in everyone from stage managers to prop masters and sound and lighting engineers. I knew I adored the process of producing a play, let Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland say, okay kids, let's put on a show and I'm there never mind, you onstage. I'm perfectly happy to sit and watch the alchemy happen, while I've never had the privilege of an equity production. I am a deep Admira of the commitment of community theatre, although you may be. His board as I am with some dated old comedies such as same time next year in which the audience may well wonder with the two main characters seen each other. I do understand why these are so often performed boils down to the cost of mounting the play, and the likelihood of attracting an audience will there be enough people to pay the price of admission in order to just break even luring audiences to see original or experimental work may depend on the sophistication and affluence of the community, but on a familiar comedy, and at least the patrons, no they going to get a giggle for their time and money at the community or even regional level. Nearly everyone involved in a production, unless retired is otherwise employed on their off time actress spent hours upon hours, memorizing lines rehearsing nights, and weekends, and performing most often without pay compensation. For members of the theater company is sometimes no more than a couple of complimentary tickets to give to family. Your friends, and you pray they'll show up playing to an empty houses to heartening. I experienced the dedication of the entire theater company in every play I've ever had produced as a playwright once the play goes up. You are a little more than a spectator. Many times I'd watch with Har when actress forgot the lines or worse jumped scenes. But I marvel at the ability of the rest of the cast to cover up the mistakes in one of my plays the lead actress, never did get the lines, right? Or in proper order throughout the entire run. Nonetheless, the play one in American regional theatre award Arte for the best script that year. I'm not sure exactly what that's about the script, but it certainly credits. The actors great improv that play was based on hamlet. If hamlet were contancts old spinster in Vermont in the nineteen thirties. Many scholars attribute the first murder mystery to Edgar Allan Poe, but Shakespeare predated him by a couple of centuries hamlet to me. Is a classic murder mystery as it happens. My play never went further than a local production. I laid it turned it into a novel cold winter kill which I've just adapted to a film, script of the same name. I haven't been very successful since gifts, having had several options or near Hollywood production only to fall through. But I guess that's a pretty common experience with screenwriters in writing a play the very best when in hope for is a standing ovation. If it happens even once in your lifetime you may catch yourself filled. It happened once for me. Well, not exactly from me, no one shouted author author, but once an entire audience stood up and applauded the young woman who acted in a short play of mine. The play called Hulas loom was staged in a series of different venues, including the Boston theater, marathon. But it was the first performance in a small local theater that made it memorable for me, the play was written as a companion. Piece to Penelope's tapestry, the story, I related to neponset, too and was based on an actual event with a slight modification here to conceal the identity of any individuals. I'm going to read it to you, but you'll have to grant me, the fiction that you're hearing a young Middle Eastern woman. Hulas loom lights up as the Islamic call to prayer is heard in the background. Houma sits at her loom on a stone weaving rug. There is a pile of prayer rugs in the corner, when there is silence. She speaks with a restraint of one who has suffered. It is the beginning of winter and I have prepared for the cold. I have rugs on the walls, and floor and have woven heavy blankets to keep my boys warm. I am Houma, daughter of has the teacher mother of Mustafa REM. My two boys sleep now, I put them to bed early because their stomachs growl for food, and there is no more food today. Tomorrow Salah will come and I will give them rice and play games with him. And perhaps, they will not be so hungry tomorrow. They are very little, but they have no friends, no one will play with him. But me are MS only three but Moustapha is of age to go to school. He is not allowed, but he does not know why. Was dafa. I am teaching. He will know how to read and how to write because I know how to read and how to write my father taught me that was my fate. When ISIS came into our village took over everything in our lives. I was twelve years old. I was already reading the Koran for many years. And my piety was known in our neighborhood. I did not yet wear the burqa. So my face was exposed, I was considered a handsome, young woman, an ISIS fighter. I will not pronounce his name in the presence of Allah selected.
Remembering versatile musician Andre Previn
"People who have been attending concerts by the L A fill for a while. No the name Andre Previn. He led the orchestra from nineteen eighty five to nineteen Eighty-nine before as a Pekka Solomon took over as its music director. But Previn who died in New York today at the age of eighty nine did far more than carry a baton like Leonard Bernstein to whom Previn has been favorably compared Previn wrote movie scores played piano and composed both operas and Broadway. Musicals I asked Dockery wolf, the classical music editor at the New York Times to weigh in on Previn eclectic musical career only really kind of Leonard Bernstein comes to mind as a sort of parallel in terms of one of these these mid-century Americans who as sort of classical music, achieved this unbelievably wide audience, the recordings and the rise of jazz musical theatre. Film. I mean, everything kind of sort of collided, and maybe sort of explosion coming out of the US. And there were a couple of people who had the versatility and the talent. And president was definitely one of them. I wanna play Andre Previn plane piano for a piece called just in time. Let's listen to it. So how did his work in jazz and film scoring make him a different conductor when he was with the baton the read on him. And I agree with was that. There was always I kind of amazing sense of spontaneity and rhythm and a lot of poise. And I mean, he did wonderful recordings of French music. I mean, and this was not necessarily that was jazzy per se. But I think that there must have been think taste for rhythmic flair and for certain spirit and vitality throughout the recordings that he made as a conductor of the music pearly times. There's a great little piece in the New York Times. Obituary says eh senior in high school he was called in to help with holiday in Mexico and MGM musical that starred Walter Pidgeon, and in which Fidel Castro was an extra sounds as if Andre Previn from a very early. Early age had a lot of talent. And that talent was recognized talk about his early career. And you know, when he was recognized as something of a prodigy. I mean, he was really studying music from very very early age. And when they left Berlin to escape the, Nazis, they were first in Paris. And then he was in LA and through all of that was advancing by leaps and bounds as a performer, and I think quickly the composer. And he could just even wanna be prodigies could just do anything. And I mean that gave a certain sense of him being. I mean, this was a read on Leonard Bernstein as well that he was a bit of a dilatot that he could do everything pause ably and often way more so defined himself in competition with Leonard Bernstein, or was it more that he saw his career trajectory and thought that there was a good model to follow their. I think that was the sense that I've always had. I mean, I don't know that they were in sort of direct competition, and you're inside was very New York based and I mean had made his first Mark and musical theater, and then was doing way more conducting kind of on the European continent, though, Previn obviously ended up at the Monday symphony early in his career. So they overlapped, but Previn was a creature of Hollywood. And I mean and located there and Bernstein was more New York. I think like a lot of music directors. He occasionally found himself in conflict with people with whom he was working. He had a falling out with Ernest Fleischmann at the LA philharmonic. And I'm wondering if you think back and his legacy in the podium as a conductor. What was he most remembered for and what we're his skills leading an orchestra. Yeah. I mean, my sense. I mean having never seen him as a conductor. I mean, I think the sense was he was excellent musician and had a real kind of taste for the repertoire, I mean. Given that he was a composer. I mean, he wasn't sort of famous for fostering, new music, and I think that there was a sense of certainly in LA of wanting to broaden the lineup by bringing us a pet as a principal guest. Whether or not that was intended to send a signal that it was sort of time for him to go. I don't know. I mean, I think probably politically it was a bit of a mess. But I think that there were certainly things that he was leaving out or things that I mean other emphases that Fleishman wanted, and, but I think that he was always extremely well respected at the podium and the recordings attest to this. They're extremely vibrance. And by kind of extremely polished. So Andre Previn was the music director or principal conductor for about a half dozen orchestras. He composed a variety of film scores including one for Elmer gantry. He was a jazz pianist, he wrote operas, can you think of any? Temporary of his living today who could cover such a broad spectrum of musical performance and styles and leadership roles. I don't think that it exists. I mean, these different strands of music have in a way become a little more professionalized over the past couple of decades. And while there's a lot of collaboration between them people. Stay I think in their lanes a little bit more. I mean, this came up last year when we here at the times were talking about it was a centennary of Bernstein's birth. And we were thinking about parallels today and people we might even want to have comment on that. And it is awfully hard to think about people of younger generation who are having that kind of career, but they weren't so many people even in the heyday of Bernstein and prevent I mean, they were always exceptional
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