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"william windham" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

15:03 min | 11 months ago

"william windham" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Cancer. And the people i know in their sixties in older are extremely vital in extremely isn't like a dividing walls all of sudden. You're you know obsolete and you just can't sit there staring off into space and So the cast is astonishing. It's michael barney's warranty is the new black and book ronald cartwright's in alien and birds and invasion body snatchers. Bob cardo is in it. Barbara bain again. gosh marta. Kristen from the original lost in space Eastern phillips star trek voyager. I mean of end James pong from blade runner although china's so i mean it's just gonna be superfund we've done to end gates mcfadden from star trek next generation. So we've So the script is written. We've done table reads via zoom and will be very shortly as well. I remember speaking to way back. When and you you produce the dvd's and blue raise for the twilight zone you've done a ton of commentaries on and off for all of them even then you are planning on doing what we're going to be talking about tonight like i said you've got so much on the pandemic give you the chance to kinda. Does that often say okay. Now's the time to do all the reason for it. Well first of all did fifty two commentaries on the blu ray with all the people who worked on those shows so they got commentary with george commentaries with george clayton johnson. Neural hamlin's richard donner before we lost them in their gone on the record is phenomenal. And that's still left over a hundred. But i hadn't yet done and so i always had an serving the back of my mind. Do them at some point. Because literally i have all this i get one hundred people worked on the show. I've got this encyclopedia of twilight zone in my head and some book. Some of violence companion. In fact i just a new addition that hundred more pages because there was so much more to tell But i thought before. I'm you know a memory a To share all of those stories and all of those things. These people told me plus there. Many many people who are the great creators of science fiction shows now and other shows that are huge sterling fans and they were inspired by surly to create the disney golden age of television people like Vince gilligan. on you better call saul breaking bad and david chase on the sopranos one more of the bs. G galactica and from mankind. And on and on. I mean brandon bragging. You name it. And so so. I'll be so my idea and also but also there's this thing called money and you can use it. You can buy stuff with which is very helpful and support so my idea was. My wife is a number of strips that we wanna get made am. I thought well i could. I could do the rest of the commentaries and raised like maybe one hundred thousand or more For work which. I very much like do since she writes. Wrexham produces with me and she's been doing space command with me. That seems only fair to return the favor in in sweat equity in cash and so I came up with us ideas so you now have a site called spy lights own. Commentaries dot com. Where people can put in their contact info and then watch kickstarter campaign and they be informed when that is up and the idea will be that. Every week i'll be doing a live commentary on two episodes of the twilight zone free year. I'm going to the that year The people by putting like forty nine bucks. They'll get all hundred plus audio commentaries. They can just watch episodes in this to the full commentary. And that and this other perks were through a little more money than like an archive of my entire file of the twilight zone. Companion everything in my file cabinets. When i did the twilight zone comply get us or another another perky as they they can ask questions and i'll answer them in the commentary on their specific episode or they can have an episode dedicated to them or and this is a higher ticket item. They can act commentary with me. You zoom and again you know. It's just kind of something. I'll do like once a week for year and that'll cover the hundred hundred and four episodes and and it'll be great fun because you know again. There's so much discover still in. There's so much to do. I mean the fact that i'm not working with. Ron cartwright on sweet haven she started. I sing the body electric. Which is the only episode of twilight zone by ray bradbury and There were two other strips that wrote the show but to sit down with her. And just say okay. Let's talk about this episode. You know because it's it has a very very stormy production history where they test one actress to play the robot grandmother and it didn't work and then months later they hired another director and came back and shot leaving actress so they there will be. She's on that some months later. And so it'd be very interesting to sit down and talk with rhonda about that and that was the with fans so You know and then of course. I have my might mr sci-fi youtube channel where you know. I'm closed all the time and people can watch space command. They can listen to my opinions about any number of things and and it's just it's just super fun. Yes that's going to be quite an interesting journey because it's all five seasons the twilight zone. It includes things like the pilot. I never did a comedy on. Where is everybody on and on. I mean some of the great episodes and so be be super fun. I'm kind of fascinated by your archive. Because imagine you. You probably had to put some stuff out of the companion or otherwise it would have been like so yeah hundred hours of audio interviews with the people that i mean. Everyone from burgess meredith to and francis to all the producers of twilight zone Interviews with richard matheson and george clayton johnson and earl hamster. I mean it just goes on. And on william windham name it. I mean george clements. The the dp i mean. Yeah there's i'd say ninety percent of the stuff that i got from the interviews in for my researchers aren't in the book from rod sterling has subscribed to clipping file From around nineteen fifties theban nineteen fifty six fifty seven until his death so every article was ever written about him was in these big leather scraps in chronological order was like the encyclopedia rod sterling and up in his attic in his house in pacific. Palisades and you know i would. I would take these volumes home and make notes and so all you know. So my notes turned in the files. And i will transcribe the interviews and type up this tons of stuff and photographs. I over two hundred photographs from the twilight zone with. Maybe three hundred will not publish so You know you name it. I mean it's it's very fun and Again i was twenty one or twenty two when i started working on the book and and so everyone is still around. With the exception of rod sterling who died two years earlier and charles beaumont you know it premature much everyone else was still alive so it was phenomenal and You know and again. It's it's it's funny because it's really an oral history of the twilight zone and because one thing to have an academic have opinions but in a way that's almost in my opinion worthless because some deicing well you know if you look at twilight zone admits metaphorically to bad mouth academics. Heaven forbid but but there's something about say. Yeah i was on the set. And you're shooting death alley big thing in chocolate milk. I pass game. Refrain it's like it's like that's a very different kind of story. Then someone's opinion you know it's it's recollection isauro on I love talking on those people. It was it was terrific. It's interesting that you you mentioned. You know you're in your early twenties when you wrote this one of the things about the twilight zone. Is you know i. I've reviewed episodes on this. Podcast may be eight years ago or something. And as i get older i will revisit those episodes and i think you know what i've grown into that episode. Now i think completely different about it. I mean you ever been flicking through the twilight zone companion and think you know what. Maybe i was hard on that episode. But i actually. I'm an older man now and i. I've got a new perspective on has happened. Yes it has. A for instance bigwigs who which and pool Wish i had problems with because you may data from skill mockingbird starred in and they had to loop voice in about of june for ray doing sort of her voice. it's it's really odd doesn't really work but But someone wrote me a letter. When i came out saying that i didn't like the episode and they said when i was a kid appearance divorcing and there was no one getting a divorce on television all happy families and i saw that twilight zone episode about these kids whose parents divorcing and and i knew i wasn't alone and and validated how he was feeling and i said well. That's that's really that's really valid. I mean i can't. I can't of be negative about that. So when i wrote the new entry in the new twilight zone companion. I included that and i said no i see how that has value and Sh you know so. Yes sometimes my end. Sometimes my opinion changes. I mean one thing that really does stand out with twilight zone. It's just the astonishing artistry of it. I mean the us cinematography. The grates or is by jerry. Goldsmith and france. Waxman bernard room in on you know and and it just keeps going. I mean just in every category in that chain from surly because the writing was such high quality than everyone else in go. I don't wanna be loved the week. Lincoln this chain so So it's it's really something and Yes so it's But but like so yes. Sometimes i will change my opinion and even the bad episodes are. There's this stuff of value in them. I mean even some that like we're rod talks about Advertisements he was so tired in writing so much he felt like it was too rod sterling talking to each other getting seen because he had such a distinctive way of talking. And that's a very demonstrative that is the fear with hazel court in mark richmond. Where it's like. Yeah it sounds like two hundred to two servings talking each other but but even a lot of fun. It's a lotta fun in so yeah so but i and again you know one. That's things about one of the ideas. I have my the twilight zone companion. Was i'll have the information about egypt's so that will be unbiased. That won't have an opinion for or against. And then i'll have my opinion. But i be the information and so so in other words i have never ever minded someone having a different opinion because if someone says to me well you know my favorite episodes shelley berman. Okay about that. Or the one with carol burnett which she is the only one with a laugh track and then they took the laugh track at out the iran. It's like you're just a saline and then they wait for no particular reason they say the next line because they were timing for laugh track. So it's a it's a strange episode with or without the laugh track but have you ever been tempted to kinds of. I mean you ought to. Because i've got your new twilight zone companion the updated one in. It's great that extra material but have you ever looked one and saw you know why i'm so such a different man now. Such different person that. I like to completely rewrite my opinion on Let me think to the challenges that there's so many great twilight zone episodes that i i watch them. What was really astonishing to me was For many years after. I wrote the twilight zone companion. I didn't watch by light zone. 'cause i'd spent five years working on the book. And then they were going to do a documentary on rod sterling american masters and pbs. Contacted me and they said well. We're going to in black white and one interview you on film and i was very nervous about. His flattened talked about violence on really even thought about it much for like a decade or two so brought the book with me just in case i needed to consult it and they interviewed on camera for two and a half hours and i never once opened the book because it was hard. That's what i knew was into my head so so yeah yeah. I mean maybe the encounter is one. I've changed my opinion about that. One i i was down on and now i will like it. I think george novel branch terrific You know there's there might be a few but again. I you know i think pilots batting average just in terms of great episodes is so high. You know it's like when you look at you know when you think about okay. Rod strumming spends week and he does the the lonely and in the next week. It's walking distance and then the next week so it's stop. Whenever the next week it's time enough at last night all each how these are all great is classier and even with the our ones which were very problematical. You've got an amazing episode on thursday. Believe for home. I don't know any other piece of writing. The deals with someone who's a hero in can't let go of power and stress himself is writing and james whitmore spectacular or desktop lately. Great mathis nap so I just. I just got the space from that episode. So she's hanging hanging over there l. about fourteen spaces or so because because we being space. Command sewn backgrounds Buying in space. The one behind me is from outland by the way. So it's so it's safe to say then that if people listen to these commentaries of probably going to hear things that they've never had before a absolutely hundred percent yes and because because again there's so much bow these episodes that aren't isn't in book. I mean you know it's it's just it's just one of the reasons. I do the updated while his companions because asked rice finished writing the book and it came out. People kept telling me amazing. Stories like for instance. Douglas gays who became a very dear friend of mine he had been director on. Many of the great episodes told me that i am the beholder. He realized that they were gonna run. Short and rod was out of town and unreachable. This is before the internet of course and so doug road seen inroads style and shot it and ever see the so seen whether in the in the break room the doctor and the nurse smoking a cigarette and he says i've looked under those bandages. It's a human face that was written by doug hayes not rod sterling and then released put it together and screened in for rod. Doug was you know in the back of the screening room sweating bullets. He had to write a scene of installing style and then at the at the end of it when they when finished.

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"william windham" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

The Deep Dive Podcast

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"william windham" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

"Now i do not have covid Later that was darth vader and of course the voice of darth vader. I don't know his name joan. There you go national treasure. James earl jones. I am mussa. That would be wrong though. He would have counted. That's fine now. He was the first actor to play a black. Us president And that was in a fairly obscure one thousand nine hundred. Seventy two made for tv. Movie called the man that was based on the novel by author irving wallace and so it tells the story of a young african american center named douglas dilmun. Now as the film begins a devastating building collapse at a foreign summit takes the lives of the current president and the speaker of the house. Now normally the vice president would take over as is the line of succession but the vice president is battling a terminal illness at the time and can't take the job. The constitution says that the president pro tempore a senate is third in line of presidential succession. And that man was senator ehlmann in the movie now as expected delman runs into a lot of opposition from both sides of the aisle. He's a moderate so he's attacked by both sides and he's too black for racially biased conservatives and not black enough for activists in the african american community now. Most americans have little confidence in this new commander in chief as evidenced by his initial approval rating. Which is a trump level thirty nine percent. So you know. He's not getting off to a good start and if that weren't bad enough his secretary of state was fourth in the line of succession is plotting to undermine new president dilmun and install himself as president. So now thankfully the movie leaves behind any kind of fanciful. Over the top conspiracies or assassination plots or anything like that. The drama mostly comes from this new president being overwhelmed while trying to navigate the office when literally everyone is against him including his own daughter who is an activist. so it's It's not so much the drama of oh what's going to happen is somebody's gonna kill him. It's all about him trying to get get familiar with the job with basically all the strikes on all the strikes against him So very interesting in that respect now the movie itself has pretty interesting backstory. It was originally intended as an abc movie of the week but after it was completed the decision was made to release it theatrically through paramount pictures and aside from james earl jones who gives you an amazing performance. There's a a solid cast of veteran. Actors including burgess meredith Martin balsam william windham apple like that but the screenplay was written by none other than the creator of the twilight zone. Rod serling you. Yeah now speaking of twilight zone. The film score was composed by the legendary jerry. Goldsmith who among many other films scored twilight zone. The movie so little bit of a thing there in the director's chair was a man named joseph sargent and his career had more ups and downs than a yoyo on a trampoline. he directed an amazing film in the seventies called the taking of pelham. One two three which also had more walter matthau really great act kind of action movie but he also directed the unforgivable jaws the revenge so yeah. There's that tom now. The movie itself is an interesting relic of its time and Fortunately it does rely more on the drama of the situation rather than any kind of sensationalism And of course you know. James oh jones without voice in that presence carries the whole thing forward and gives a fantastic performance in the film. So it's you know it's a bit dated of course from a big in the seventies and You know it's sometimes the even though it probably shouldn't be the level of racism is almost cartoonish. But then you think about like well maybe not maybe maybe this really like that So but it is kind of an interesting little time capsule And once again it has certain historical significance because it was the first time a a black person was portrayed as being the president of the of the united states the scores seven out of ten on the internet movie database no rotten tomatoes scores And as far as i can tell there has never been an official release of the man on home video however the entire film is available to watch on youtube for the low low price of absolutely free. Ooh yeah so that's my second. Pick the man very very interesting movie very interesting. So you know it's a very seventies in its attitudes But still definitely worth worth watching for it. Especially for james there you go. Yeah i think so too. I think so too And it's funny because going through Going through the candidates so to speak for For this podcast. There were so many movies that could have made it on this list. All men the american president which you know opened the show. Dave which i absolutely love kevin kline Primary colors with john travolta And of course the most presidential film of all time air force one harrison Yeah so there are so many others whether any that didn't quite bake your top two but you you liked as well yeah. I got a few. That were wasn't that so sort of character but more of a supporting role Things like monsters inc 'cause even bear voices the president just olaria But you could argue things like et could be a president movie right because what we're talking about present i e government and at sort of any any movie with aliens and the government Independence day kind of comes to mind. i thought i thought like oh could be funny into but it's not thing is like it's not farfetched by any means it's just wasn't the russian. I thought that we we were going to go in so But yeah i always love good watching of independence day jeff. Goldblum is my hero so anything. She's been anything he did. I just love that man. Oh yeah. I'll nice to recap my two picks. Were my fellow americans a funny funny movie. You should watch and my second one bucks so funny. They'll see henry fonda in walter matthau. It's an important movie. it's an tumbling. Yes they have deep movie we watch really is. It's kind of a downer. But i think it's still well worth a watch definitely For me my first pick was nineteen ninety nine deterrence which is basically kind of a single set claustrophobic Where president has to make an impossible decision. And then my second pick was nineteen seventy. Two's of the man. Starring james earl jones as a black senator who finds himself through unforeseen circumstances thrust into the oval office as president of the united states. And those ladies and gentlemen our picks for this week but are we done. No no. We're not not as a matter of fact we have a special announcement to make. We're having pizza for dinner. Not that that's different. I have every night. I hear you so a couple of months ago. We announced that we were having a contest. Oh yeah that's remember. Anyway we ask for suggestions for future episodes and after utilizing a sophisticated algorithm to determine a winner in other words we picked ideas. We liked Now officially.

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"william windham" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"william windham" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Of course, it isn't any of my business but I really do think you should eat more than that for breakfast. I have a sister about your age. Names, Myra she's nice to. And her husband says she's very pretty but she's not as pretty as you are. I guess you about the. Prettiest girl in the whole world. I don't mind saying that because I know you can't human. But I think I'd say even if you could. because. Charlie's escape from expectation and well meaning. But suffocating advice is, of course, going to the doll's house in the museum where he's formed an attraction to one of the dolls in. Who appears to him as a beautiful. Young Woman. And it's kind of interested in this scene in particular the Charlie starts by telling her that she should eat more for breakfast and it's the kind of thing that his mother would say to him. Is he just mimicking why he thinks normal interactions are like. So let's talk about the doll's house because they've made the decision to have the face of it be some sort of projected screen so that they can show people moving around in. But within the fiction of the episode, it's glass covered as it might be in a museum to stop people taking the things out of it. So does it look real probably not is a problem I don't think so I think we just have to understand when it was made go with it but I also think it just gives a a slightly magical quality too and I suppose we can rationalize it to ourselves. That's how Charlie season I don't know it's not a problem for me. And Mark Zicree in the twilight zone companion rights throughout miniature Charlie Parks visits the doll's House I'm watches a pantomime melodrama unfolds as a gal is saved by main and courted by a suitor whose intentions are most assuredly not honorable. Order to accomplish this forum dollhouse and a full size is. Rep replicated where constructed it was expensive but well worth the effort. A Martin Grandma's junior ads. Today's with a production note puts in his book unlocking the door to a television classic and it reads the miniature, house should be arranged so that the three rooms Paula bedroom living room may be fully depicted while all of the rooms are either eliminated or barely indicated when we are dealing with scenes within the house, the feeling should be that of a model magnified. The action within the house must be highly stylized at all times danced or punt mimed rather than acted. The point is to provide a sharp contrast with the real weld with which protagonist cannot coat. Therefore, the more stylized, the house itself the better. So, the action within the house like the note say is all very much like a silent movie nobody talks and this situation plays out throughout the episode where a Moustache twirling villain tries to impose himself on the beautiful young woman. It's all very binary and black and white and simple on a non of the nuances that Charlie con get to grips with in this world in the real world in the dollhouse. The good people are good the by people about and there's nothing taxing to do just sit and listen to harpsichord music. So I really like this detail about it really shows that Beaumont is the master of stuff like that. It's not just a guy escaping to the doll's house just as some device for his escape, it's a path act representation of the simple life that he really needs. Now, the doll is plagued by a woman called Klay Griswald and only had a short acting career that began on screen in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Fifty, eight, and ended with only twenty credits an episode of Bonanza in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven. Clare's acting coach was the actor and director and also twilight zone alumni, Sydney Pollack who we saw in the trouble with Templeton. They married and in one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven, she retired from acting to raise their family. So in this miniature, well, the doll is taken upstairs by this evil Ceuta, which causes Charlie to break the glass on the front of the House and when he tries to explain it to the God poor old Charlie Enzo in a psychiatric hospital onto the care of Dr Woman played by Twilight Zone Night Gallery Star. William. Windham. For Mr, parks I want you to understand that no one is saying you didn't see these things. There's no doubt that you did. But you must realize that you saw them only in your mind. They will real to you they were. That's the way it is with hallucination. Ordinarily. The I season transmits a picture to the brain. But sometimes, that's reversed in certain cases, the brain sees and transmits its message to the I do understand. Now, they will real. In that case. Others would have seen them to. That so I. Don't know. It's logical. Isn't it? I suppose so. But no one did see them. How do you explain that? I don't know. So while Charlie's locked away in the hospital, let's have a look at the thing that kept miniature locked away from television screens for many many years. Now monograms. Junior has a very lengthy entry about the legal struggles that this episode went onto have. Now I won't read all of it because it is quite extensive. But what he says on March twenty fifth one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three David Lens of Galore offices of Lens and Jonga in Los Angeles..

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"william windham" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"william windham" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Kevin used US L. O. U. Wonderful Wonderful People. If you are not Boorda Volvo. She's yeah thank God bless you. It is indeed a merry Monday and it's time for. We don't need talk about ghosts. Hello Rebecca Bekker's where this of course she didn't matter to me after yesterday's episode and I am working and tire today. Call me feel a bit today to sell just a little. So we're going to talk about a program that we watched or we started to watch Tiger King. Yeah was slightly behind the only four. We have starting at three hyphen threes. Oh yeah the second. One was many spoilers coming because people might want to watch it. Yeah I guess you can say about the second one was. It was going to be spoiled that we finally funny. Because you just have gone sites now now we can watch tagging. Skip THIS BY FIVE MINUTES. Gone Okay. And so it's when it's when I was laughing say to you and said you know what you do when Joe Exhausted The self-proclaimed targeting comes out with something like some common sense. You know this is like really in trouble. Talking to vote. 'em Carol Carol Baskin Carol buskens husbands will like. Oh Yeah Yeah. Because allegedly she married to the husband. Didn't you yeah. I'm just as well? You know usually these things upon my death. He says I and she says for my disappeared won't cost to the like. Is this common? And he's like seven years. I've seen thousands of deaths. I've never seen upon mysterious so I don't know if she's not being like framed at the smell. Drill blamed for arrested for radio very good point. Yeah Bob so now. She's freezer bad. Bought hysterically been died. She broke into his accountant's office talkers. Wells replaced them with new wills that she typed up. Alexey says this has been even the documents that have been made up by at Macau basket by CO basket. Says who is the person? Who GETS CAROL BASKIN? In the event of my disappearance I liked it and the police. Interesting brother-in-law was a policeman. So it sounds like it's all dead dodgy but it's very good would recommend you watch it and it's good because you think is songs are amazing but you would think from episode one. Well this is just about like arrival owners but it's not because at the end of every episode. There's something which makes you. What's the next one? The documentary his Asti. We're making it. They were still being like. This is the main thing was like always rivalry going so fast. You just think like it is just do keep is this rivalry and then there was something else whether you like the that was well obviously. Carlson disputes and the documentary. Like what. What did you say like yeah you know it was the disappear Mazen? Everyone thinks she's like I exactly that. The first fifty minutes of it. You just genuinely think it's about tiger breeders. And then as Becca says he literally goes with within the last two minutes of the first episode he goes well. Her husband disappeared. No one knows where he is. And he thinks he's been Fateh Tigers and the philosophical episode to did she do like this is amazing in verse. Colo's off. I was a bit on the fence and I. I think we will carry on with that. Yeah we also couple last night tobacco. It was worth it. Because he's A. I'm all about Joe Exotic. I think he's amazing is just so phoney and I love his head. Zookeeper is probably Extol nephrologist. Like I don't care is amazing. Tiga King No that you probably might be trying to sway against the side because we were like no more on the UK won't want to watch that and if every that we will but it turns out. It's actually quite good. I going to say so. Yeah there's that well we bought starting towards Ozark because we watched the first. There's all ages ago when you and then all my mates have raised about it and decided to give it another time. The second episode. I'll watch yeah I was already there. I took me a while to take him. You why it is reminds me someone else. I don't like actors who remind me of actors because you're not especially if during the better c Johnson as a career. You prefer a one time thing clay roane and the no no. I mean like. Let's say you've got Michael J. Fox Array Michael J. Fox back to the future guy unless it is an actor who looks a little bit like Michael J. Fox but is not being in an iconic. I wasn't like him are just like a crap. Jay Fox microbes. Jay Fox. Is this by Krupp. Jay Ford What. Is it the hate the no either? What's the UK broadband avert? What's you know? Who is the fellow not PDK Kay nor Jason Manford? It's broad brand. It's British the next back that garlic bread and it's like I'll go away fraud one someone who's not people both he's not yet non ago when castration. Nice it's kept coming back and he was like. Oh Yeah Oh completely for his name. That guy is not back Steve. Not so you stand any of that if you're from the states but basically a very popular GIO hosts in the UK is Anton deck these Kids Stars and now the adult stars not in that way. And anyway that this Guy Steven Mulhearn is kind of always in the field reports or if you're like eastern for years so therefore back a bit like those look like he's of the same cloth so I'm Becca said you know that fellow who's not aunt back because she didn't know his name I knew exactly face alias. And it was Steve Mulhearn so the other thing I like him. Yeah because solely because you refer to midnight and I'm all about them now the other thing that we thought we'd look up in this episode is. There's a very famous British ghost hunter. I don't know. Yep It's alright. I'm allowed to with at the key word in tight list need that we would. We would not go. We don't need to talk about go spot we can. It's just too long title and his name is Peter Underwood and he's just rob hands in the UK ghost hunting seen. He's literally a legend. Is Up there with price. Remembers Me Books Anyway? Pizza Underworld is like a godfather is dead now. But he's a godfather of British ghost hunting safe and I have in my very hands right here. A book and that book is the eight Zad of British ghosts finance. Why or the Agency of British ghosts. If you want to be American would you say would I say America? Would you say that's why the alphabet works because it rhymes A. B. C. D. F. G. CA? Let me skip the middle bit. T U V W X Y and Z. Change it just to make it fit with no Z's as quick as a to Z Z. They don't is that like we do. We've got it wrong otherwise we should go there. Which means we didn't the alphabet English furniture. But no we should go. We should change vita vet t you vet for the give you X. Y. and said Mara without French. Where today and then do Blah Blah because of the the W is halfway there but then we say w and it's not even June so now w fine because we don't have to do so t u w x Wyans Ed so from now on the if we ever need to use the letter on. Its own right. Is that so I would spell it for example victory now and it's bad i. C T Africa or spelling of Mayor Lesser Off. That easy to confuse me. I thought the Insurance Buksh said to my what to mind wife. Julius fucking Elizabeth glanced down and it doesn't to my wife Joyce Elizabeth for everything. So what we're GONNA DO IS GONNA look. I'm going to skip similar to what we've done with the Penguin God of superstitions of Britain and Ireland and has gone through. You're going to have to stop and I'm going to tell you an interesting ghost of Britain right. I'm going to go up and down the page right. I'm GonNa tell you fell brig near Norwich Norfolk. Okay Noble Hall built on the site of an older fellas. Residence was longtime the home. The wyndhams a family included the patriotic statesman William Windham and the notorious Mad Wyndham. Who died in eighteen? Sixty six they to the House passed to the kids and family with a no not any one of the Miss Kittens told the traveler and author Acoustics. Her in eighteen thirty four and added. Nine hundred three Mr Wyndham comes every night to look after his favorite books in the Library. He goes straight to the shelves with a are. We hear him moving the tables and chairs about. We never disturb him. Though for we intend to go south someday and come back here just does he does So much insight into the story extents stadium show with the same as the ghost. They don't bother the ghost because they to want to be ghosts where this ghost is indeed a ghost that makes make sense to you. I did start with sale of it. Really how very nice very see why this of course we're doing voice because I'm an Englishman Chase in general now when you are talking all prolonged period so rude Oh that from yesterday's episode. We've comments on the facebook page to say there's an e VP on yesterday's episode. Yup and. I actually can't hear so. Do you want to see if we can hire me? Phone there is. Let's let's just talk about it now. It's not unprofessional at unprepared. Get it. Right isn't professionals boom turn off. I see your argument. I raise you. Let's say going to find the right thing as well shit on me speaking speaking. It's around Corti minutes when this minutes left. Let's say.

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"william windham" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

12:21 min | 3 years ago

"william windham" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"This anthony you with me as always is dan kleinwork meyer say hello gentlemen aloe friends ends. I'm ready to go. I got a new chair. I just bought to sit in and i think this movie was the perfect one celebrate that i don't know if this is a bit or not got a bit true story. You got a new chair yeah. I've been cheaply putting off buying chairs like what i do. I get those like foldable camp chairs and i said a nose to the other one finally broke after two years of constantly sitting in it so i got a new one that said much higher weight limit it sadly my feet feet to barely touch the ground might sub sixers lifestyle for you my we- legs i gotta put them much much like not knowing if marks thing was a bit this week's movie was hard to determine whether or not it was a comedy or not yes so in for the second week in a row. I am very angry at what. I thought i was going to see what i got. A little bit. More are understandable. I think i did kind of warn you did you. How did you warn me in the tax messages. I said i didn't want to do this movie because i did. I wanted to avoid harm because we're so close to october and then i said oh well actually on letterbox. People are saying that this movie's actually not a harm yeah so you've got the you got your wish. Essentially first of all. I want to delay the inevitable as much as i can hear. You have to get over for your whole not wanting to review horror movies. There's other months in the year man. We can't put off horror movies assure but we are. We're like four episodes away from october. It's so close we're gonna do fat. October is five weeks long. We're going to do five hundred movies in arro- you've been fighting me on horror movies for months now well. I'm trying to make a safe place for mark. We know he's afraid of harmonies so he's thrown brian. We try and limit his terror so let's get right into this week. It chapter two comes out while we're very excited about that. There are a thousand thousand different har- movies based around clowns so we try to do something a little different we were going to do shakes the clown written and directed by bobcat abc goldthwait and then once of timber first amazon prime took it off of free on amazon prime as well. They also took one of love to insane clown posse movies off of freon prime. We decided not to do the other one that they left on. Which i think is big money johny hustlers and we did fun land from nineteen eighty seven and i'm not sure if that was the right decision and the <hes> you mentioned that they said it was a dark comedy and i don't even think it was that and it's so dark they forgot to add like the comedy comedy i i will say it's definitely dark but not but it's not a dark comedy. It's not a horror movie. It's a movie i guess in loosest of terms again. This was almost like a made for t._v. Movie it feels like it at some points. The photography feels very much like like it at points very inconsistent in terms of the cinematography and production values. It takes a lot for me to sit and watch a movie and wonder aloud allowed. I think the i._c._p. Movie might have been better. I don't i don't i haven't seen it either. One of the movies surveys but there was a point in this movie are women better to go with the other one because those guys are insufferable. Yeah that's true. I think i think shakes the clown would have the better choice at least hannity jeff bezos at least that has a robin williams cameo in their shakes. The clown is a that's not not a harm movie either. Nope dark comedy okay gotcha but it's written by act folks. I actually saw a pretty good dark comedy yesterday ready or not. Do you wanna talk about ready or not. We could do that well. We kind of have to talk about this movie. 'cause we watched it but ready or not is pretty good yeah. It's not bad wait. They gotta get her and logan. Marshall green together said there's not rago. Raul margie not a low was that it was doing the twitter thing argo bobby jen and i said the same thing because i i had no idea that she had talked about not being margot argo robbie was like oh yeah she could be with the logan marshall green and they could be the knots together pretty much just put the poster together and people walking moving. Wait a second still and i thought that would be good juxtaposition. I guess of what's supposed to be a dark comedy to what this is is. Just it's just boring <unk>. This could be the worst movie. We've done it you. You know it's funny. I'm glad that we're saying that more and more often now because we're doing our job our hobby yeah so i i think i think in in my totem pole ernest goes to school has always been the bottom yeah. I would watch that before ever watched this again i again. I will defend ernest movies because you're you know you're supposed to get something wacky and it doesn't take itself seriously. This definitely tried to take itself off seriously and it. It made the wrong choice there for sure. It's a movie that is one part character study of a person going through a nervous nervous breakdown and then turns around and has people dressed up like clansmen walking into music park. I wanted to talk about that like are are they going to mention that again by pointed out to <hes> jen were aware sitting here watching it. She was working on some cost play stuff and the park opens and i was like wait a minute. Why are is the klan in here. We talking about those guys in the robes the clansman right oh yeah those are definitely clansman which only <unk> jenny knows clansman and that only compounds the thing that happened earlier in the movie where the three black guys are made to work at the watermelon stand man yeah and that's a nice little so dressed up like in overalls and straw hats. What's this movie was definitely on the nose. We have we have director michael a simpson to thank for this directed bolt sleep away camp two three it was also written by bonnie and terry turner the husband and wife team behind third rock from the sun and that seventy show so to solid shows yeah by a couple of sociopaths. I think has i._m._d._b. Rating four point five to high and a rotten tomatoes score rotten tomatoes score by critics only twenty one percent by hi the audience score its stars david l lander who is known as squeegee from vernon shirley william windham bruce mailer robert satchy and jan hooks from saturday night live fame don't forget marla maples marla maples in turn as how's the wife of someone who's super abusive which she did not have any expertise in later in her life on a lighter note. I was happy to see jan hooks in this those pretty cool yeah he's fine but that was about it that was i forgot that she she had passed away not too long ago. Really that's sad. I didn't know that either but she was she was in cone heads right she will she hits on eldar choosing cone heads since she was in the n. P. big adventure and she was also in third rock from sun up there you go. That's that's not actually got her. I guess i feel like and dan was back and forth on twitter with this. This is going to step on the toes of the new joker movie a little bit. It's essentially very similar. You're right. You're right people are calling like making the connection between the new joker movie n a king of comedy and and taxi driver and this definitely has some taxi driver driver moments. Do it sure sure it's definitely not as good as taxi driver. I know what it's trying to be like with taxi. She driver obviously the one guy pushed to the edge of his sanity and then he just kinda explodes but at least in taxi driver. It's a little bit more subtle subtle. I guess we'll make no mistake. This movie is nowhere close to us. Good texture nice okay yeah. I'm not even i'm not trying to say it is but i'm i'm just trying to draw parallels where you know obviously deniro's character is a slow descent into madness. When we're introduced to bruce bruce burger the the main character in this played by a lander he's been crazy and everyone knows it except for the owner of the park a he had had a mental breakdown. The summer before and angus is still holding onto him. 'cause they're old friends. Actually bruce is actually really one of the founding members of the park yet. He did the books. I believe right yeah yeah i think it would have been cool to see that and him go to explode but he's already crazy at the beginning and not unlike nothing not an interesting crazy either no major just kinda nuts yeah yeah yeah the entire moments in this movie that are supposed to show his saturday are just have no impact at least for me. They were just meant meant to hit the nail on the head all the time to remind you that he was crazy rather than do it. In any kind of subtle way at all. This movie is not a harvey simply because it's just not interesting enough to be a horror movie like this. I act sets up that he's gonna start murdering people yes my <hes> wife made a comment where they start introducing the new hires for the summer season and you can kinda tell that it's pretty much cannon fodder for. We're a slasher movie right. I mean they're all good looking teen and very little personality and it's just it's just setting them up. It's just ducks and upon you know what i'm saying so so it definitely starts that way. When you think okay well obviously he's going to go on a rampage because he's probably going to get fired or something and it just it never comes to fruition. The teenagers are never really spoken of again except for the crazy <hes> security guard who shoots everything everything yeah. It's it's a movie that decides to take it's a certain path and that's in direct conflict with the more interesting path and we don't get to see what could have been uh-huh a more interesting movie and david lander. He's he i mean he plays okay crazy guy because that's what he was in laverne and shirley. He was just kinda creepy dude so he's got that down pat but i don't know the characters are interesting. Everyone's very bland. They're just it's kinda like sideshows. I think his performances is not bad for like a low budget harvey. I think it's a decent job of it. He makes me believe he's crazy. Yeah that's true but if if this wound up being a horror movie would probably would have felt like a better performance the box cover is is a clown with a gun looking very crazy he looks like and it and it even says when mob family takes over to an amusement park after the owner owner dies under mysterious circumstances the recently fired climate mascot seeks vengeance..

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"william windham" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"william windham" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He was fifty three also passing passing away on this date. Amanda blake kitty russell on the t._v. Show gunsmoke new zealand professional wrestler pat o'connor a great athlete actor william windham and a fine gentleman gentleman and dictator. Idi amin was on this date. In one thousand nine. Hundred sixty two algeria admitted the arab league in one thousand nine hundred seventy five serial killer ted bundy originally arrested for suspicion of burglary only later to escape twice and in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven elvis presley dying get graceland his memphis home from heart failure the age of forty two and completed and the cause of death is cardiac arrhythmia due to undetermined causes. What this means is that there are several of cardiovascular disease is present which include a history of mild hypertension pretension which was under pretty good control and some <hes> coronary artery disease now these two diseases. It may have been responsible for this cardiac arrhythmia. The precise calls has not yet been determined while the cardiac arrhythmia it may take several days to several weeks to determine that specific cause and in some cases it never is discovered shelby county medical examiner jerry francisco who also said there was no evidence serb drug use ruling out an overdose in nineteen eighty-four carmaker. John delorean acquitted of all eight counts of possession and distributing cocaine in in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven northwest airlines flight two fifty five mcdonnell douglas m._d. Eighty two crashed after takeoff in detroit.

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"william windham" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"william windham" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He was fifty three also passing passing away on this date. Amanda blake kitty russell on the t._v. Show gunsmoke new zealand professional wrestler pat o'connor a great athlete actor william windham and a fine gentleman gentleman and dictator. Idi amin was on this date. In one thousand nine. Hundred sixty two algeria admitted the arab league in one thousand nine hundred seventy five serial killer ted bundy originally arrested for suspicion of burglary only later to escape twice and in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven elvis presley dying get graceland his memphis home from heart failure the age of forty two and completed and the cause of death is cardiac arrhythmia due to undetermined causes. What this means is that there are several of cardiovascular disease is present which include a history of mild hypertension pretension which was under pretty good control and some <hes> coronary artery disease now these two diseases. It may have been responsible for this cardiac arrhythmia. The precise calls has not yet been determined while the cardiac arrhythmia it may take several days to several weeks to determine that specific cause and in some cases it never is discovered shelby county medical examiner jerry francisco who also said there was no evidence serb drug use ruling out an overdose in nineteen eighty-four carmaker. John delorean acquitted of all eight counts of possession and distributing cocaine in in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven northwest airlines flight two fifty five mcdonnell douglas m._d. Eighty two crashed after takeoff in detroit.

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"william windham" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"william windham" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He was fifty three also passing passing away on this date. Amanda blake kitty russell on the t._v. Show gunsmoke new zealand professional wrestler pat o'connor a great athlete actor william windham and a fine gentleman gentleman and dictator. Idi amin was on this date. In one thousand nine. Hundred sixty two algeria admitted the arab league in one thousand nine hundred seventy five serial killer ted bundy originally arrested for suspicion of burglary only later to escape twice and in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven elvis presley dying get graceland his memphis home from heart failure the age of forty two and completed and the cause of death is cardiac arrhythmia due to undetermined causes. What this means is that there are several of cardiovascular disease is present which include a history of mild hypertension pretension which was under pretty good control and some <hes> coronary artery disease now these two diseases. It may have been responsible for this cardiac arrhythmia. The precise calls has not yet been determined while the cardiac arrhythmia it may take several days to several weeks to determine that specific cause and in some cases it never is discovered shelby county medical examiner jerry francisco who also said there was no evidence serb drug use ruling out an overdose in nineteen eighty-four carmaker. John delorean acquitted of all eight counts of possession and distributing cocaine in in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven northwest airlines flight two fifty five mcdonnell douglas m._d. Eighty two crashed after takeoff in detroit.

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"william windham" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"william windham" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Unbelievable story. The underground railroad back went back to the after she got free. She went back to the south twenty times or something like that. Maybe more than that, to get more people. And she was a spy for the union army during the civil war. Win battles brought union troops down behind the unbelievable story. So she's awesome. But, you know, my traditional nature still feels like you know. We got the twenty in the way it is. I don't like to. Screw up what it is. So then I just a little research on the twenty Bill. Well, here's here's here's my bringing up they released the picture of Harry on the twenty the preliminary pitcher, no good. Pitcher. That pitcher. Yeah. She's got like a weird smirk. It's no good. Eric. Okay. Drawing board. The doesn't it doesn't fit with the other bills. The whole thing this is kind of like the architecture thing. Should all be. See this. This isn't going to work. The only worst picture is the two dollar Bill. Have you ever seen the picture of Thomas Jefferson on the two dollar Bill that he looks ridiculous? Weird phase. Really drew the picture of Thomas Jefferson on the to Bill. Give it a Google. He looks very weird to me. They all kind of looked weird right? Well, that's true. But that's definitely not good. So the two dollar Bill and the two bills had quite a history here. Of people on it. So this one had the two dollar Bill for a while had win Winfield, Scott Hancock on it. Winfield Scott Hanson. Google union soldier James McPherson was on it. William William Windham was on for awhile. Samuel Morse and Robert Fulton. They to people on the two dollar Bill, Robert Fulton invented the steam, engine and Samuel Morse Morse code funding to put them on the, the two. Pitcher Thomas Jefferson without a lot of changes to the currency over over time. Okay. We'll take an NGO Jackson, especially because he hated the idea of a federal Bank pretty funny to put him on the twenty about. All right. So this is, we gotta go back to the drawing board. Eric on the on the Harry time pitcher. It's not going to get it. She better. So this is Milton Freeman talking about how we our family based society. The question was about equality of opportunity in MRs, what he gets come to your final point. The problem of children. And there we do have a very real problem of how do we.

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