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"fess parker" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Allback tonight at eight o'clock on me here in Santa Fe channel five figure. DVR your BART, whatever you. The or walking at eight o'clock tonight. And it's gonna be awesome ninety minutes. And two of the filmmakers are here. That is all Barnes and Lorraine mills right Lorraine. You wanted to talk about this is, you know, we we think of we think there's an author we think of high low country, the rounders those classic books and as a character. And but his his film work was also I mean that was a big part of his life. Right. It was an amazing gift to him. I first of all his novella the rounders about this old fluid this Crazy Horse and these Cowboys it starred Glenn Ford and Henry Fonda and probably most of our listening audience heard it so that when they were kids because he was like the classic western. And so he went out there Burt Kennedy directed it, and he just became a hit. And then suddenly fess Parker wanted to do another one of his books and everybody wanted to do. And he fifty two years ago was out there in Hollywood with governor David cargo lonesome, Dave, and they set up the film for mission. Are you know, and Mr. Magoo? Mcgowan max. Yes. Exactly. So in February of last year two thousand eighteen he was inducted into the New Mexico, film and television fame for his work with that. But it went more than that. Can I save Peckinpah shit? Yes. Peckinpah read his story. The hi lo country until his agent. He said, I wanna talk to the son of bitch, the wrote that book, and so he max was just told some up and coming producer of the Doug with him. This was about what do we know roughly nine hundred fifty nine hundred sixty eight six sixties. All right. Yeah. Pick up. I was just getting started in the film business. Okay. Yeah. And so max went out there. They became great friends. They've got the most amazing stories about that time Peckinpah still with us. No, no, no, no, no Sam is down, but they would drink and fight and carry on and win story where they were having a tussle and max broke his. Arm or leg champion, arm or leg and pick moas is moaning. Oh my God. How could you do this for me, Maxine, I'm so sorry? It was a mistake. I meant to break your neck. Anyway, Peckinpah did trap him into being in in the ballot of cable Hogue, and he plays a stage coach driver, and I believe he upstages Jason Robards and slim Pickens in this role. So we have clips of all that in the film. Right. All right. So you got to work with Peckinpah, you mentioned the rounders. So he he's how old when that has picked up to be made into a film starring Henry Fonda and Glenn for Lynn fort to the biggest stars in Hollywood right at the time. Right. Exactly. So he's a kid cowboy no time taxis back from the war at that point. Max is roughly forty years old back. There's about sixty four when the film was done. Right. And he was born in twenty four so. Yeah. That's why we say the first thousand years. Same same age is Jimmy Carter. But he also he he he he talks about you know, what a boon Hollywood was to his. His his pocket book, essentially because they all got so interested in his work that all of these directors and producers would start to option isn't histroy stories novels and the great mystery writer, what's no, I can't think of his name. He Ellerman Tony hillerman set. Max, you said max options of the greatest things in the world. He said just make sure they don't get made because then you can sell it again. And again and again. Written a book. Right. Nowhere working just cashing the check. Right. But max actually made a lot of money by optioning and optioning is the same books over and over again. All right. I mentioned the mentioned his time in the army. Indeed. Day. You want to tell that story about where where MAC seven was on day. Sure, he he landed on beach. I mean, he was on that first wave came in on Omaha beach that day. Like, many veterans. It was a very difficult thing for him to talk about, you know, even when we were making the film and setting up the interviews. It was hard for lary into get him to open up about it. The only thing that interesting story that happened is is the day. The second time we're interviewing him the airforce base down near Albuquerque was having a display a vintage air show with World War Two planes going over and max recognize the sound of the planes and that actually brought up memories and allow Doreen than to hop in early. Start to ask him deeper questions about that day. Was he okay with it? Oh, yeah. Because he'd just gone. He said that's just what I heard when I was landing on. And he was a he was on board a ship offshore for a long time. I mean, they sat out there. Hundreds of ships. Right. Tens of thousands of soldiers waiting to go to go ashore. Yep. Yep. And tens of thousands of them never made it off the beach know. Exactly. Yeah. And max in the midst of all that one horrifying experience that you know, we'll give anybody PTSD, right, right? The max turned it into art and richer, right? Yeah. There's an awful lot of writing about World War Two that propels some of the plots and and underlying psychology of the books. He Mary have a family. Oh, yeah. She's married to Pat, Pat Evans, and they've got two dollars and they live in Albuquerque. And it's it's just a wonderful family. I always loved to see them. The film the old MAC seven thousand years did make the film festival circuit. Yes. Yeah. As soon as we finish the film, basically be started entering it. I mean, it had the premier at the Santa Fe independent film festival. I had you guys on up CCA. Yes. Thank you. Was in October of two thousand eighteen. And it was incredibly well received. And then after that, it was at the Albuquerque, film and music film festival. The Breckenridge film festival has special screening you pick up any ribbons anywhere. We got director Denver film festival. Did. All did. Team effort. Was big. Well, it was such a collaboration between Laureen, David. And I, you know. That it was hard to say who really directed it. Because the ideas, we're going back and forth. Fast and furious where everybody was pitching in the expense for the film was picked up by home. I'm very happy to say that the Healy foundation and Taras New Mexico. They love max, they support my show report from Santa Fe for a long time. But they were max tool that story about that. He observed about it. Coyote pup trying to save his mom. It's such a powerful story. And when the leaves for that, they said what what can we do this? Let's get this guys work out there, even more right? And so they helped us they sponsored the field section of the great people. How long did it take you Paul? Oh my God. Option to two final editing roughly a year over year. I mean, it was pretty quick. Actually, once we got going because we were worried about Max's health, and the first thing we did really was to interview him and make sure that we could get him on film. And then he gave us a great list of of all of his friends and associates with who he thought would would would really contrary to it. Right. And so we went from there. Okay. And who shot it wonderful cemetery? Name berry Kirk was our main cinematographer. But then there were several other people. The Cameron who d- who died recently that. Channel thirteen or a helicopter pilot. He did drone work up at the high low country up wild horses running in front of the volcano beautiful shots. And also Paul Evans had done some of the early work 'cause we have clips from Paul related to man out related. But but in the early two thousands. We'd take him max out to where he'd run a per- light mine out in towers, and he was sitting there talking about mining and how you know, the great mystery. And this guy is in the rocks. It's just you know, he just has a way of looking author and minor I can think of another author longtime ago who is also a minor for while up in the Reno area, and that would have been a guy who wrote Huckleberry Finn. Mr. Mark, Twain twain, right and was a millionaire for a day, but he forgot to file the claim to his silver mine. And then they struck it rich and sounds like a MAC story. Well, you know, what actually our collaborator David Leach who wrote the film, write edit to the film and codirector with us when David was unfamiliar with his work. When we when we first started working with them. And one of the first things he did was read read almost everything max wrote, and he called us up and said, you know, he just reminds me of Mark Twain. He said, it's it's it's the mixture of comedy and tragedy in the word, but it's also the way in which mask can can capture the vernacular of new Mexican speech. He said he admired that so much. It was just kept twain just kept coming into his head the more. He read about Max's work, and I think it's very true. It has had some interest from California to show it. Oh, actually, we had a premier out LA and a good friend of Max's who's now good friend of mine who worked with did the last nine of Peckinpah screenplays her name is Katie Haber. So she arranged as showing it one of the area theater, really classic art theater in Santa Monica and had all the Peckinpah. People can't come. And so we have max ever to make a able to make it lasts. He wasn't you know, but, but he was able to make the Santa Fe wins in the Halbe Kirke when we give thanks, but all the Peckinpah people, and and old actors that new max, and the everything we we went to a showing in Prescott that's where they filmed the rounders. So they had a free showing of the movie, and then everyone came up. My uncle worked on the movie in my grandpa worked on the movie. It was a really couple of those movies like high low country in the rounders, the those are ripe for Remax. I mean, they could reach those get some redoing. Oh, I definitely think. So. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, there's such classic stories. They are and they need to make them into Mexico. Yes. Of course of the hi lo country was not made by Peckinpah. He went off and did other films, but it was made by Martin Scorsese directly even fears and had Woody Harrelson and Patricia Arquette, and Penelope Cruz is first American film appearance. And Sam Elliott what Elliott. Who do you have on this weekend this weekend? I have Senator Jeff Steinberg who just started the opened up an office of outdoor recreation for the state and have pioneered. We're building a Rio Grande three oh from the Texas border up to Colorado. And he's got a lot of things about voting and a lot of things about this. A really good lawmaker doing Senator from laugh cruises and working on the film industry down Las Cruces. Absolutely democrat from dynamic county and a dead head which you guys have in common. Yes. Indeed. Indeed, Mr. Barnes, what you've been working on your health. My health, basically. No, I'm actually fully retired now. But max Evans project was really my last one. But I do want to mention that B S. Comes to you with a good idea..

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"fess parker" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Autocorrect ten result. Really just type infest Parker. No just enough to result. Those those been the auto complete suggest. In every night gone movie. I put a picture in the background on the wall of Marcus Davy, Crockett or David or the real Davy Crockett. And so that's why he called he wanted. So. All right fast Parker. Yeah. What comes up? Winery in short name. Wine club. He became a real estate developer in Santa Barbara. Yeah. His daughter so winemaker Tessema, they still have Parker. Wines is world famous hall. I knew him and Daniel booed. Very very high end. I don't think I don't want. I can't I don't I don't know what to be middle of the road. It's respected high expense probably invited me up to his hotel in Santa Barbara. And we had lunch and gave me a script. This is another thing. I've learned over the years when you meet your heroes. They will give you a screen, and this I actually went to. I was a huge mad magazine fan the fifties. That's where you know, we kind of kind our teeth on that. And so I happened to be walking down Madison Avenue, and this was the mad offices. So I went up there and met all these guys. And and and they gave me a script. The bio pic of Alfred. He knew what crushing correct myself fess Parker's wines range from about twenty bucks like up to like sixty. So they're good wended fest park or die and thousand ten and did he got into this after acting or his family was into making wines before he was like a Disney actor guy never known him as a wind guy. He weird after the wine later became a real estate developer and winemaker in Santa ynez lot of range. All right, same guy. Well, I confess I did not know that part of his life. Also, the guy wears a Coon skin hat weird. So this is why he moves so easily from Davy Crockett today. New Boone they both wore Coon skin hats. All right. Let me tell you about truecar every car has a story like fess Parker guys got some good Sigli. You can't put.

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"It premiered in Harrisburg PA benefited a lot of the local communities community church charities getting ahead cool off. So this was telecast in two parts on Walt Disney's wonderful world of colors on the twelfth. And the nineteenth of November. As one episode was called true son on the episode was called true, sons revenge. So this is kind of like BB Crockett thing. Yeah. But backwards because this came out in nineteen fifty eight, but that was so it was like they put it out as a movie, and then put it on TV, whereas Davy Crockett was the other way around. Got it. They learned. So according to a New York Times news item. Although Disney bought the rights to Conrad Richter's book in June of nineteen fifty three a month after publication. So he liked it right away. He didn't plan to put it into production until nineteen fifty seven and the review also noted that the end of the film was trained from the book, which we will get to a little bit. So it was shot in Tennessee alongs, Tennessee river about twenty miles from Chattanooga. Also, Tennessee was filmed him, I dunno. I skipped over that part. It It was. was. In Sanford, tanto valley, California. And some scenes were shot in. Oh, that's also California. I'm sorry. I don't know. Why thought that was somewhere else? Throw me off. This your. In a review from variety. They ever say the other city, I said, it was also California. Okay. Zuza Zuza as city in Tennessee was Massin gal point, they looked really scary. So. So review from variety said, quote, like most Disney production productions it is pastoral in quality almost fable like in its gentle approach to some basically bitter situations about that Hollywood. Reporter also noted that values of fan mail praising the authenticity have convinced as need that meticulous research has given his studio tremendous prestige in educational circles, and this is a real commercial advantage. I don't know how I feel about that. I can appreciate like the authenticity comment with regards to like costume and possibly like visual on paper on paper. Great. I just I don't know. It's just the stereotypes that get me. But honestly at that time, like those stereotypes were real in those people like really would have said those things maybe not like talking the way, you know. I'm not saying that. But like the white people would have said those things about the native Americans, the native Americans would have said those things about the white people, you know, so like in terms of that like it's probably historically accurate on what people would have said. I just feel like there's a better way to show us that you know, there's got to be like a middle ground to make it not as. What's the word? I'm looking for to make it not as controversial guess or insensitive insensitive. Probably is the word, I'm one. Yes. Jocelyn? Well, it would be interesting to state not to actually have remix made of especially like the films from the fifties. But just to kind of know what like have the story line trade using today's societal norms. Yeah. Well, look like, how would they have made this story in two thousand eighteen yes. Yeah. And just and and you're right. They might like there might have been a better way to portray those different like those differences than what was seen in the fifties. Yeah. Yeah. For sure. All right, somebody on this remake all these movies. In twenty eighteen in eighteen who would we cast and fess Parker's role? I would say Clint Eastwood buddies too old now. James marsden? Has like a he has like a kind of like a decent a decent like commanding voice. I have to Google him. I can't pictures face. He was Prince Edward in enchanted. Oh, I'm gonna go. Yes. Pratt. Pratt is good too. He put a twang. Yeah. Good. Keep his stubble. Yeah. If he wrangled raptors he'd be a great west. For real. All right. So head cannon Chris Pratt. Fess parker. Chris pret-? He's the new Davy Crockett was that'd be sweet. But would be actually I that. Awesome. You heard it here. First. All right. So some book to movie differences, there's quite a few. So the movie expands the role of del hardy who player by fest part, of course, because everybody loves good old fess. So he remains with the Butler family much longer than he actually does in the novel. So in the movie he's like I got to watch over this kid. I gotta make sure that. Uncle wills doesn't kill them..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Who? Okay. You're psyched up. Okay. On your Mark. Guess. Go. All right. The army makes a deal with Indians to cover all of the cap of children. One wants this child is is Johnny aka true said who doesn't really want to go. But guess what he is white. So he has to go. And so he goes he like he struggles with learning that goes to the Indians the Indians don't really like him after he messes up their ambulance. And then he goes back to the white for the fights. And then yet everything's okay. Any third song? Okay. Two seconds on that. So twenty five. Twenty five seconds perfect per. Guys. We all got through it. Everybody's indeed all four of those off four of those were very good. Yeah. They're all different. I like it. Yeah. All righty. So some history about this film. Honestly, there's not really a whole heck of a lot on it. There wasn't a lot. I actually had a hard time finding it to watch. It took me off guard because normally I'll just like go on Amazon fire and all like search it. And it'll be there for me to run for three dollars. And it's really easy. But this one didn't show up for me. I know usually Amazon fire. Yes. That's interesting because I found this on YouTube for free the entire movie. That's how we ended up watching it. But like, I usually. Yeah. I usually don't do that. Because normally I have to heart of a time trying to find the movies on YouTube. So I did it the other way around this time. And it wasn't there. So I had to go in pirated on YouTube. Sorry disney. I tried to pay three dollars. That any reflection of this movie. Like, nobody wants that. It's just healthier on YouTube, and Disney isn't even coming after anybody for. I mean, like the title of the movie wasn't even concealed all on YouTube. Like it just was on. Prized when I found it because usually usually I'll type the movie into Google, and it's doesn't show up on YouTube. But the fact that the first link was YouTube, I click on it, it might just be the trailer. But it was the higher movie than I thought. Okay. This is where I'm watching it. And it wasn't sped up like other movies. We've watch or like have this weird like cloud background or whatever they do north valley have the movie in the corner of the screen with like a background. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So the light in the forest was filmed in nineteen fifty eight it was based on novel. Also, titled the light in the forest by Conrad Richter. The film was produced by Walt Disney productions and starred famous fess Parker, aka Davy Crockett, aka old, the Ehlers doubt. Right. Technically. Yeah. He's basically plays all roles that have to do with. Westerns? Yeah. Yes. My talking Indians. That's fess. Parker. Joe Andrew, James, MacArthur and Wendell Wendell Corey. So though this is a fictional story and primarily features fictional characters. The novel dozen cooperate several several real people and facts from US history. So since that was all that was really out there for me. I pulled some reviews, and there seemed to be like total both sides of the spectrum on this movie. There were like really good reviews about it. How it was pretty like accurate. Okay. So the good it says while this is an action film sentence. Seventeen sixty four made immi still politically insensitive nineteen fifties. It manages not to paint stereotypes in. And to know on earth wrote that can we pull some lines from the movie that paints stereotypes because I can right now..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"And I think usually we would convince whichever adults were with us that day to also play. So between me and her we named it pooh-sticks bridge. I think it's actually way too small the bridge to even have a name an official theme. But it's pooh-sticks bridge to us. And I just I will always love that memory, and we have photos of us on pooh-sticks bridge. And I just love it. That's also cute. I hate when the happens though, your kid like something seems like so big and grand. And then you go back to it as an adult, and you're like, wait is this the same place. It's a it's a very small and very short bridge. But but oddly enough, you can still keep it in your head like how it was as a kid like oh my God. It was like this. How fem is some Tyler so far of the creek. Yeah. That's the cool thing about your imagination 'cause you can still think back to it being just a big scam a super cute, I love that. But his cute. Yeah. So now onto not as cute. Discussing the light in the forest Seger. Disgusting. Oh. Limiting limiting conversation about the money slash truce. Yeah. Johnny and fess Parker. So it's time for thirty second. Disney's. Talk about the excitement and your. And I feel like it's been awhile since we've had an episode best. But I just really I some people wait for my reaction on the movie before they even try and watch it, and I'm telling you now, this was no boy. No, this is not a good one. These episodes of namely Disney Downer. You know, w donor. Disney downer. It was to me at least. Yeah. No. I second that. Yeah. No. It's okay. It's okay. They're not all good. And I'm not gonna pretend like they're all good. Because I want to be honest with you guys. But what if you guys think it's not bad than let us know? Why I would love to know. Somebody's reason why if they really do love this phone for some reason because I just couldn't get into it. And sometimes when we hear from someone else that changes the view in our own is just kind of nice like that's what happened on episode one snow eight Snow White. I love it. So bring it on them movie bring grown up kid. Yeah. So tell us why you like it if you do, but. Do are. Let's do our Disney dashes. Okay. I'm gonna go first because I always do. Let's see how how will I do. Of the long one. I'm ready ready. So. So we have Johnny. Here's raised by Indians. But that may have to make a deal the white men come and make a deal to get all the prisoners back. Even though Johnny doesn't want to go with them. They make him. He has to incorporate himself with the white people who are his family, but he doesn't see them his family. And then there's arguing pursues and he ends up going back to the Indians. And then they don't like him anymore either. He has to go back to the way people..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Oh, little cat with rabies. Oh god. Who? That's that's layers cat. Those cats bears. They don't mess around. That's a bad ass. We do we want. All right. So characters we've got monon Papa coats. So again Li have fast Parker in another Disney movie. I like him. So I'm okay with that. I like him in this movie because he's like a warmer figure now that he's ever cold on the other ones. But like he has lessened savy Crockett a lot though hole. So why but he has more of like that Dabney warm dad feel. Yeah, he plays it. Well, because that's what he's supposed to be. He's Papa right. Oh, mama coats, really needs to brush her teeth. I literally thought that the entire time. I was watching the movie. Just say. Eighteen hundreds. On like, four seconds. And she's like she's really yellow. She played wait mom, but Yup. The teeth all we've liked focused on them when I see the movie. Especially because like she's right next to fess Parker in like he is pretty attractive. I feel like he's kinda got that like dark. Look, you know. Her with like, really, low T. I'm like just you some cross white strips mega. These people are digging water out of a bucket. You think they've crust? They hang their meat for..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Time for the rest of the episode. All right. History. All the Eller came out in nineteen fifty seven. It was produced by Walt it stars Tommy Kirk Dorothy McGuire, fess Parker, aka Davy Crockett. And Beverly Washburn. It's about a boy industry dog in post, civil war, Texas, the film is based on the book by the same name old yeller by Fred Gibson, who also co wrote the screenplay was William time Berg in the success of the old yeller film, led to a sequel savage Sam, which is also based on a book by Fred Gibson hid, no idea. There's a sequel meaning bought savage, salmon. I had no idea what it was. But I was gonna look it says Disney need this movie. Let's buy it isn't about me. It must be happy. Only Q little he he must be savage. God need to watch. Those it sad though. I can't. Old like. I'm not gonna ruin it. Obsessed. It's what we like, really bad. But. Well, this move kinda had the same feel sort of as like homeward bound like talk. But there's still like that. He's very smart and almost human like. Yeah. So you kind of get that seem field plays the role of character. Yeah. As yesterday just hat, right? You know? Yeah. Yeah. Right fun facts, go for it girl. So the movies based in Texas as Mike said, but it was actually filmed in California, probably because that's like where they were based easy. It was widely distributed on a double Bill in twenty one area theaters. So most of the indoor theatres co featured it with a movie called ambush at Cimarron pass. And then in drive in theaters it was paired with underwater to Mason point. I don't know what I was movies are. But, hey, if you enjoyed them it went along with the old yeller cool. So this is the Disney debut of tummy Kirk and Kevin Corcoran, and they on to star in Swiss family Robinson and the shaggy dog. So those are both coming which ones Tommy Kirk or wait are both of those boys the kids, I believe, so okay. Yeah. I wanna say time Kirk is Travis. He's. You know, more the main character them or Lescot it. So because Maga's stupor adamant dog breeds as we know from early in the tramp sewed old yeller in the movie as a yellow labrador retriever. But in the book, he's actually a black mouth cur, which was very similar, but they're less bulky than the labrador. Maybe the black mouth cur could no carried Arles around on its back. Maybe. So they needed a yellow labrador retriever. So does that mean that it's a combination of a golden retriever and a yellow labrador yellow labradors retriever? I don't know. Thought it's just the ele- lab. Yeah. Okay. Been retriever there in the retriever family dogs dogma Hollick. There's more. Like a world. They're working breed dogs or something like that. Okay. So early really into like dogs. I still. When you're on the correct Assode, I know volunteered for this. The dog who played old yeller his real name is spike real original name. Yeah. I like old yeller better me to the wolf that fights old yeller is actually wolf is German shepherd made to look like a wolf and both the animals were planed trained to play fight. And we're muzzle for that sequence. Which isn't how the sand. But at least Louis ruin league playing. The muslim. Can train dogs to do stuff like that? But the muzzle. Yeah, it's just so they don't hurt each other. That's true. The sounds of old yeller growling and snarling after he becomes rabid. Can also be heard during both of tramps fight scenes in lady in the tramp. So I wonder what they had to do to like make him curl his lip up like that. Yeah. Like, I know like some dogs like that's like their smile. Give receive those videos on Facebook. Silly dog smile the chili like snarling. I'm sure that they can train him to do that go at Galen. I wanna say at something like butter on their gums or something, and they like triumph lick it. That's what I Many meant. if no I think, you're right..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Yeah. I think also you have to realize that films weren't coming out as steadily as they do now. Yeah. So I feel like the life span of film would last longer back then because like you didn't have something new to grab your attention as quickly as we do. Now. You didn't have that. Yeah. Nope. Of summer blockbuster. Right. There wasn't like others ten movies coming out this summer. There was like there's one. And it was probably from wall. Movie pass with not have thrived. So no, it probably would've because not as many movies around. People wouldn't go as often true. Why died? Megs buddy, George Reeves. Who plays James Stephen in the film? He was the first actor to portray superman who found. Yes, roy. I think she was going. Yes. Over. I got you. I got used to understand. But. And that's all really all have. There wasn't a lot of facts on this movie. Sometimes like you go on there. And there's nothing. I mean, it is what it is. Yep. We've got some characters he talked about. So John, doc, Grayson. He is played by fess Parker, who we also know as Davy Crockett. We've said it multiple times. He basically learned how to talk in this movie. He talked a little better than Davy Crockett. But he also like just saves the day in this movie. You know, that's kind of they build up his character ally. In your kind of like, I kind of wondered the whole movie like why is he so important, you know, kind of really focused on the kids more. So which makes sense now that we know that it was based on a novel that was supposed to focus on them. But like his like slow build up of character ended up making sense, obviously after he saves little thunders life at the end. So the coolest name little funder. I want my name. Just like me to start calling you know funded. I probably wouldn't have stick continue on them. Oh, does anybody have anything? They wanna say about John Grayson all for Dr Don, I kind of wrote on my on my notes like he's like a purry renaissance, man. On things and soi. And everyone's like, oh, Dr John will know what to do. And Dr Johnson this ago, save the horses and factor on great with all the kids and like perfect. Yeah. Like, it was kind of annoying to point where I'm like. But Dr John's also not the person who's in charge of this. George Reed says. Barely in the movie. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. Dr jump. I got really confused at first because I thought John and Laura were together already. But I don't were. And like I thought that was their whole family like her Dan in I two and then like later on when he's like Syrah to trying to certain editor because she's not there at the moment. But was like, oh, I mean, they do get together. Right. I think. Yes. Still out a little bit. Yeah. But he's gets on the wagon with her at the end and t takes the reins so she can read them in the medical romantic there. At least she's allowed to read to kiss the make up. Did the the most quivalent thing to that from nineteen fifties movie? She read a book to him. I think I'm mixing my movies. We're watching a lot of these old westerns right now. So I'm no they didn't kiss, but you could tell that. There was like that. I thought they were married. Like. Kids to until they were like, that's my niece. Yeah. Another enter father, right? Yeah. I didn't think there are marrying a, but like when I thought she was the other kids bomb. Yeah. Like, I thought I wanted to know Abner husband like did you die? Like did. He die different on the way there like into never number. I will possibly and then all of a sudden, they're just like her sister. And I'm like, wait what? Yeah. Yeah. It was weird. Yeah. Which kind of brings us to Laura she's a cool character. I think 'cause she's a little bit. She's like girly. But she also has the side to her. She's a little tomboy not tomboyish. But like she can do like she can get by on her own radiator hamster. Exactly. Yeah..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"George Reeves is another actor. Yup. He's also in this movie. This is last big screen appearance guys. I know who he is. It's fine. It's it's okay. Who does he play? As I believe, it's Jim Stephen or Jerry. Nope, allied. I haven't done here. Houma olga. I have it. He was the one who led the whole like. Wow. You kid James, Stephen, okay, folks to be the leader of everybody. But it kinda ended up being fast dark. Yeah. All right. See now, I know. So the film was shut in Janzen cone Komai ho ranch now known as Wildwood regional park in Thousand Oaks, California. And it was only a moderate success in received mixed reviews. Fess Parker's version of the song Ringel Raga l- Ringel Rangel was released as a single. Yup. Yup. We've been have unlike soundtracks have been like becoming more popular with these films. Yes. Okay. Hold on. I'm sorry note. Okay. Yeah. Go onto your fun fax. Are you? Sure. Yeah. I'm just saying I totally called this. First fun fact that I didn't even know that you wrote it in here. But I was like these look like musketeers, most tears musketeer mousketeers. Are you? It's really late today. I'm usually in bed by now. All right. So funds. This film featured four mousketeers from the Mickey Mouse club the nineteen fifty five series. So it was Tommy Cole who played Jim Stephen Doreen. Tracey. You played Bobo Stephen cubby O'Brien played Jerry Stevens religious family musketeers in Karen Pendleton, played my retypes in who was the little blunt girl. They just been worked like they belonged on the mousketeers show for sure. Aka the Mickey Mouse glove, which is what that's called the most good here show. So this makes sense now that Meg rid that the suit was based on a novel cultural in the children of the covered wagon. That's what the film was originally supposed to be called, which I think would have been apt as well because it really does focus on it is more a lot. It's kind of like, here's a vision. But I could see it. The original script cold for an Indian attack on a wagon. But Walt told the second unit director that he didn't want it to be typical Indian attack as children would be watching the film even want. It hit didn't want them to see anyone killed or injured the director of jetted saying in real life people were killed during Indian attacks. So it's unrealistic if we don't do it that way, but Disney said, Nope, shoot it as ordered you. And then after the shot it what was like. Oh, yeah, you're right. That doesn't look realistic enough. And the director was like, well that's gonna add at least a week's extra time and several hundred thousand dollars to the budget. But Walt said reshoot it until you get it, right? So well wonder ROY gets mad wouldn't people get injured killed if like the pioneers tech the Indians to well. I mean, mostly the Indians are the ones he got injured in the film to. The settlers really got hurt vans. Yeah. Yeah. I just the wording is a little questionable. You know? Yeah. No scopes, like Davy Crockett. At least knows. At the beginning. Than scope, they do, but they didn't show any because indeed they did show an awful mighty mount of scalps. Yeah. They did. It was gross. It was gross. It was gusting. So during a one hour, Walt Disney's wonderful world color. They telecast something called along the Oregon trail, and that actually had behind the scenes of the shooting of this film. Just kind of cool almost like DVD extra. But. Yeah. Back in the day on TV. So the first segment of a four part series about Indians called the first Americans began on the Disneyland series on the day of the premiere of the film, and the film was shown in two parts on the Disneyland program on February nineteenth and the twenty six of nineteen sixty one. So even though this came out in fifty six was still like, you know, unruly living in sixty one. So I guess it was popular..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"A low thirty, three of grownup. This episode is profit by the end of Doyle. Thank you. Thank you so much for helping us. Keep our podcast. So I'm and I'm Negga and Meg has a little bit of I have bronchitis. First of all, I sound like man, and second of all, you're probably gonna hear me cough a couple times on us episode in. Sorry, I'm not sorry. I gotta do it. It's gotta happen. Yeah. So the person that really has to deal with that though, is our guest today, we're welcoming back Tim. Hi doing. I'm back Tim, this name frontier? Yes. The wild frontier of Chicago today. He's not from the frontier. No, he's from the river from knowledge, yes. Yeah. 'cause today we're going to be discussing Davy Crockett and the river pirates because nothing to do with our pirates. No, nothing. Just some southern pirates. Yes. All right. So it's time for the thirty seconds is knee. Me. I'm ready. I'll go. All right. Go ahead. Calmed down over there, don't call Miller, doesn't it? Ito seconds. Are y'all clear. Trying to remember the movie with your costs. Yeah. And you go. So we go back in time to David Crockett before the rocket. And we meet my think, and we discovered keelboats. Now we know where those are from the park at Disneyland. Then they go on keel boat race, Davy Crockett wins. They make it to New Orleans first and then they discover river pirates and actually people dressing up Indians, try and blame it on them. There's haunting havoc, but then DVD's the date. Twenty seven. Twenty seven. Nice. No coughing, no cops. Would you like to go? Sure, I'll go next. All right. Any modern get set. Go very Davey. George, you decide to bring some down to New Orleans. They raise my think down the river, David Crockett wins, then they can buy Indians finding out that there are some white people disguising his Indians, murdering, other white people trying to blame it on the Indians. Davey finds the one bad guy and bad guy dies the end nineteen. That was a winged one to the bad guy died. I literally had like the biggest grin 'cause he was my least favorite character. He sucks. These his, he, he died. Lori k.. Why do I not have okay. Are you ready? No. Davy Crockett gets on the race. This dude, Mike. And they're good on the river, and he charged with Roma, but they end up winning anyway. And then you think the movies over, but it's not and AB the textured, and then there's fake Indians and. Yeah. Nineteen. That was terrible. Here's our always so good. I didn't write it down. And I'll give better. I'll get better. All right. So some history on DVD rocket in the river pirates. It is a live action adventure film from nineteen fifty. Six again starring fess Parker's Davy Crockett. It was shot in cave in rock, Illinois this film next as a prequel to Davy Crockett king of the wild frontier because as we know, DV dies at the end of that movie. So the only way for wall to do sequels was actually to do prequels slum, and it is an edited compilation of the fourth and fifth stories of the Disney television series Davy Crockett, which includes Davy, Crockett, kill boat race, and Davy Crockett, and the river pirates. Those both were broadcast on TV in nineteen fifty five originally. So also this is the ninth live action phone produced by Walt Disney productions, because we know that we've switched over to Walt Disney productions still are KO. No more. See ya. Buffalo Shia. So there wasn't too many fun facts, but I got some. It's harder sometimes like especially Davy Crockett. You think it'd be fine, you know. But I don't know. All right. So fuss Parker Davy Crockett and Jeff Yar who played Mike Fink later, go on to be in Disney's all yeller which rooming on, but they never actually seen together in that movie wear. Yes. So there will minute, but they're also both in westward ho the wagons together. Yes, thank you are correct? Oh yeah, yes, they are. I don't remember comes out. I think it comes out after this. It does. We are recording..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"My not fun facts. Okay. So the great locomotive chase has actually been put on film before as BUSTER Keaton's greatest foam, the general. So Keaton was a contemporary competitor that the currently better known silence star, Charlie, Chaplin. So Disney's take on the story is different from that earlier film though, Keaton's classic was a comedy. Waltz is like a drama adventure. Keaton's was perspective from the south waltz was perspective from the north side Keaton's lacked any sense of historical accuracy while Disney closely followed the original event, which again, with his love of trains, I can see him being like, no, we're doing this, right? Yeah. Keaton filmed in California, but Disney went to Georgia for most of their shooting as so the real general, which is the locomotive stolen in the movie is on display. Way in Kennesaw Georgia at the kind of museum of civil war and locomotive history. So if you want some more real, won't history go there. And the real look out of Texas is on display at the Atlanta cyclorama and civil war museum in Atlanta. Georgia say, you know, these are fun facts for me 'cause I was a history major. So. I want to visit all of these things. I got one person. So this could possibly be the first use of a curse word noble Disney film. So when they're all sitting around at dinner and they're kinda hiding out, the one guy says, Damn Yankees, and it said three times. And even even the one of the character says, Damn Yankees. Ain't swearing, mother noon. So no, if they put that in there just because they're like, we wanna say, damn, but we want to not be bad. I don't really consider those. I agree. Back back in that time, though, it definitely was considered swear. So Disney sign this project to screen writer screenwriter Lawrence Watkin, which he also did Treasure Island and also made him the producer, even though he has zero experience doing that. Somewhere. So direct Disney hired Francis Lyon who is a former film editor who had transitioned to directing a few years earlier. And despite both of them not having audit experience. Lion leader said that Disney did not interfere in any way during the shooting and said that, you know, Disney, his handful hands full with the ongoing construction of Disneyland. But fess Parker, however, said that Walt wanted the last word. He didn't want anybody to challenge him and so that and so made sure not to employ strongest of producer director to the film so Kurna makes aren't. Yeah. So he kinda had like alterior motives, but was also kinda like giving these guys a chance to start somewhere so benefits everybody, I guess. So the feel like I feel like when you're a producer director that won't picks because he wants to have the final say, it's kind of Walt saying that you're you're week. So. Not necessarily the best compliment. Yeah, that's true. The actual Georgia rail line which the Andrew's raid occurred was by nineteen fifty five to modern to used for a period film, but they found another line in Georgia. The to Lula falls railway that MAG mentioned about fifty miles away. It's still existed in like the crude standard, eighteen sixties, kind of look so perfect much of the movie filmed in and around the town of Clayton Georgia. In a number of Clayton towns. People were hired for bits including the mayor that she of police in the local Baptist minister. So it's kinda cool that the people, you know, like they had to deal with them filming there, but the kinda got to be a part of it anyway. Fess Parker was unhappy with Walt because he felt like he wasn't being given enough opportunities to stretch his acting wings in other more grown up movies. So while wouldn't loan him out for two movies that would be the searchers and bus stop. Either of them could have marked a major turning point in Parker's career and screen persona. So it was likely with some personal Prosser nation towards Disney. That Parker lady Parker leader called this film doll, and he said there was more tender, loving care of locomotives than of their live assets. Some, here's like. While in the case of Snow White, she didn't care that she wasn't allowed to do anything like she never talked any hostility, no harsh feelings, but here's fess..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"He's by Andrews. He legit does everything to get back including running eight hundred miles and then pushing a cart himself. Another eight hundred miles the chases on in the end, the poor gangster caught in hung, but the shook between charter dude. Twenty three seconds. That means I want. Does mean you one job Keeney. Thank you. Thank you. All right, so some history on the great locomotive. Chase is a nineteen fifty six. Walt Disney productions film. It was filmed in cynics, cope skit, cinemascope cinemascope. It is based on the real great locomotive. Chase that occurred in eighteen sixty two during the civil war. We have fess Parker as James Andrews. The leader of the group of union soldiers from various Ohio Charlotte regimen to volunteer to go behind confederate lines in civilian clothes. Steel confederate train north of Atlanta and drive it back to union lines and Tennessee. Tearing up railroad tracks in destroying bridges and telegraph lines along the way. So it was written and produced by Lawrence, Edward Watkin directed by Francis de Lyon, and it features Jeffrey hunter, John leptin can Toby done McGowan and slim Pickens. Literally. Funny, that's amazing. I definitely read Lupton as lupin. Oh, yeah. Oh, every miss John lupin. What so Paul j Smith composed the score of the film. It was filmed in Georgia and North Carolina along what is now abandoned. Actually, it was the two Lula falls railway. It was released in US theaters by Boina, vast distribution on June eighth of nineteen fifty six and doesn't even trying to capitalize on fess. Parker's fame as an actor for his portrayal of Davy Crockett and the film re teamed him with Jeff York, aka good old. Mike Fink. So we're going gonna see him in a couple movies come on up here. So get used to these two. I know a paste history toys. I was like, whoa. Trying to make the doc look bigger. All right, fun. Fix on how fun these facts are going to be. Owner, we'll just call them facts this time. All right. So in the early fifteen hundred not on his early nineteen fifties. Does he contemplating making to live action film? So that was twenty thousand leagues under the seat and the great locomotive chase. So he has storyboards made for both and. The theater executives preferred, twenty thousand leagues. So he opted to make that first. But the reason really that's about her movie, I will soon was very slow moving. It was for took rile for a locomotive, chase. It was quite smoke. Yeah. But he never did forget about his idea for the great locomotive chase and it wasn't long before his term to make it. If you know anything about Walt, he has a special place in his heart for trains. So I can see him really wanting to follow the story. He even had a miniature train in his garden at his house and would eat was even seen occasionally riding a train around his studios on his weekly television series Disneyland. I don't know if anybody knows this or if there's any facts about this, but at the Walt Disney World resort at the great wilder great wilderness. At this lodge resort in the DVD's action. There's actually like a train room and you can go in there and they have like a. A ton of pictures and drawings, like of waltz trains that he collected and had. And it's also just really cozy in gorgeous. There's like fireplaces and rocking chairs and comfy, couches and checkers, and chess and million a cabin. It's really awesome and and there's like a time of train history in that building. So if you're there and you like trains or you like Walt history in general checkout that room. 'cause it's really neat. It's in the DVD portion, some touch. Exciting. Yeah, it's neat. It's really cool. It's one of my favorite places to shell. That's where my DC home resort is going to be. When I finally buddy BC. Copper creek? Yeah. The train room is the original DVD building, so it's not the copper creek cabins. It's. I don't remember what it's called, but it's the other building. Also. Do you guys know what whilst railroad was named in his backyard? The, it's not the Lilly Belle. The Caroline care would Pacific railroad, you're getting there. I knew. Herrell something, but I couldn't remember if it was like Caroline because I think that's one of his daughters names right share in. Now, I don't know. Sharon, I know hersher. Wait. Why are you googling taking away my account? Read. Your facts that might be fun..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"A little crush. She's got a big crush, but she, I mean, like, you know, talking about seeing them on TV might hearing about where they're gonna be all of merchandise that was all over the place like she if that is the equivalent. Davy Crockett, fifties. It's crazy. Yeah. I would say that the two frozen in early two thousand ten. Mag- just let it go. I just I just pictured. I just picture mums with their strollers literally running people over to get in lines, meet on Elsa in the morning, magic kingdom. Let me tell you guys. It happened. I worked at. We used to have to hold a rope in front of the crowd in walked them back to fantasy land because people were getting injured from being run over by strollers not joking. I wish I was. Well, no, because I don't. I'm not obviously not a girl, so I don't like the whole Princess craze. I do my favorite Princess, but I would never like if I tried those like I wanna meet on all side be like, you have to wait till the line is like dead. You are not going to. I'm not getting trampled by a bunch of mums because you wanna see us like, yeah, no, I mean, and it was like a floor our way every day back then to meet them. It was insane about the telling you to meet Milano. I don't think that Milan has a meet and greet. She only comes out for the party. Yep. I know. All right, from fix back to David Crockett. So the ballot of David Crockett which everyone knows and it's been stuck in my head proposal like two weeks now. Is the only song ever to be charted on Billboard's top one hundred popular songs at the same time by three different artists. So there was a version by Bill Hayes, the version sung by fess Parker, and then another one by Ernie Ford, Tennessee, Ernie Ford's in Serey. So then I found this article that like was a fact checking of the ballad of Davy Crockett. So. Like it says he was born on a mountaintop in Tennessee. He was actually born on the banks of the Nullah Truckee river, which is not far from runs through really. And then it says that he killed a bear when he was only three. I'm sorry bar when he was only three turns out there's no evidence that he did that did ever claim to do so. But he did grow very skills, skillful hunter, bear hunting was kind of his trademark in his political campaigns, which is like, hilarious. That would never fly any other time than like now back then it's just like, can you imagine some, I don't give you imagined Obama going up there and being like a marine. Hundred people being like, yeah. Did he fight single-handed against the creek Indians? He volunteered to fight, but he was a smaller unimportant part of the creek war. Also, part of his legend is that he was a defender. Indian rights is true up to a point. He did vote on the right side of the issue in congress against Andrew Jackson's Indian removal Bill that was passed in resulted in the trail of tears. So he really was a friend to native Americans. Did he serve spell in congress, fixing up the government in laws in takeover Washington, he did go to congress and serve three terms. He was a well known figure because he came to symbolize the frontier, but he didn't get anything done. Really? Yes. Tim doesn't own subscription. My face. See, keep putting David Crockett on blast man a sorry. I mean he was. He was actually were putting the ballot on blast the ballot on blast. Yeah, clearly it was starting to pay cash tag belt on blast. So did they need him at the Alamo? He was volunteer of the song movie imply. He went to Texas to fight in Texas revolution, but that's not the case he went because all his life us moving west in search of better land, better opportunities. He had lost his reelection in congress, went back to ten see, but he can't stay in one place for very long. So he ended up going to Texas. Listen to fight, ended up in the limo, and that's how he died on March six of eighteen thirty six quote. Probably Elmo is the reason remember remember him today because it's a hugely important event in both the history and the mythology of Texas in Crockett was at the time the most famous person there..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"So someone named buddy absent. I looked up. He is in the Beverly hillbillies breakfast at Tiffany's, and then to TV shows bonanza gunsmoke which my dad used to watch every day. So I know they, I really love records the Tiffany, watched it in a while really games. I've never seen it either, but I know I should. So that doesn't mean much to me, but I know other people know who he is. So buddy ebbs. It was going to play David Crockett until Disney saw fess Parker in the movie them which is in nineteen fifty four. And when he saw him, he said, that's my Davy Crockett. And he became so identified with the role in nineteen sixty four. He starred in another TV series about Daniel Boone who's another American frontiers, man. I feel like he definitely after doing this. I feel like he was typecast oh, he's in the water. It's kinda like hot blanking, Clint Eastwood, big time, cowboy frontier, dune. You mean. So wall so that if he had known the success that David Crockett was going to have, he wouldn't have killed him off the third TV episode there yo MAG. Yup. But he found a way around it as we know. I mean, while sticks to history but doesn't always stick history. So like, yeah, everybody knows he dies in the Alamo, but if anybody was gonna undo that it would have been a few. So this film made a million dollars despite the fact that over fifty percent of the US had already seen it on TV. So this was due in part to the fact that the reviews and promotional material for the film didn't give any indication that it was a couple of compilation to the three one hour Davy Crockett, TV episodes, carpet, Indian, fighter, David, carpet, the ELO. The only difference between the TV movie version was at the theatrical version was in color. So ABC probably worth going to. I think that I mean what they have released nightmare bunch of times in the film and the one time it was three d, I s it. Yeah, you know what I mean is is different right kid. You ain't time nightmares in theater. Go Gonna see go see it. it. We just went to go see Harry Potter leaders for the anniversary. So I will about that. So ABC ABC TV which aired first Disneyland did not broadcast in color the time. So there was no way for being color when it came out. The this was the most successful early example of merchandise licensing licensing? Yes. I just want to say that it blows my mind that my mom was alive during this time and there was no color TV. We've. Isn't it crazy how fast things change? Yeah, more so than I think I mean, this is I can talk about this because it's relevant and it's coming out today. Obama just speak to the university of Illinois, and he said that we are progressing faster than like ever in history like humanity is like just flying by with technology and stuff. I mean with the education that we're getting different, it's totally different keep, but everybody should listen to that speech. So good. He was very off topic, but. He's the Crockett of our time, but he doesn't hunt bars. Or granite. Turn granola bar. Tune. Even granted on an Indian. So there was the Crockett perfectly like included skin caps and bubblegum cards. Another examples of successful merchandise in like the nineteen fifties area was like half along Cassidy. Elvis Presley in the sixties. It was like the Beatles, the monkeys in the Batman TV series. So other big hitters along. So it'll debut. It's crazy to think that the Davy Crockett craze is on the level of the Beatles, the monkeys and Batman of the sixties. Yeah. I mean, like I can picture those crazes in my head. Yeah, I wasn't alive during them obviously. But like I mean, the Beatles are still nuts. My mom talks about my mom talks about the Beatles craze. 'cause I mean, she was. She was like ten. She has a little bit across good Paul. Oh yeah..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Does things as only always comes out on top somehow. He was politics, natural love, some strong advocate for Indian rights. She ended up at the elbow because apparently he's guilty as the be there, and he's. Twenty seconds, but not as good as you guys. You like had a southern accent. We're saying the beginning bar bar who bear. At work, Donna bar. That was like simmer. Really weird. All right. So some history on David Crockett. It was released in nineteen fifty five. It is on it stars fess Parker's Devi Crockett and he was also just in what movie was he just in that we watched rob ROY. No, no, not robbery has come out yet. Oh, the great locomotive. Jeez, the great locomotive Shays at also going to be in westward ho. The wagons nice so future. So he he kind of has a niche for what types of movies he's in. So this is actually an edited compilation of the first three stories from the Disney television. Miniseries Davy Crockett was TV show before this, and then they kind of took that created the movie. So it was Davy Crockett Indian fighter. Davy Crockett goes to congress in db carpet at the Alamo. The movie was mostly filmed in Tennessee in Wildwood, regional park in Thousand Oaks California, and it was released because of the enormous success of the TV show. So the film remains Walt Disney's most successful television film project. The Devi Crockett episodes of the mid fifties..

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"fess parker" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on Ologies

"Brooke bassoon asked this question which I also like to ask, do you have a favorite movie that takes. On a train. Oh, that's a great question. I I have. I have a few favorites. Actually. I could talk about one is maybe the greatest train will be one of the greatest movies of all time, and that's Buster Keaton in the general nineteen twenty six. One of the highlights of silence in a mine in he did some incredible stunts in that movie that OSHA would not allow anybody to try today, but absolutely worth watching desert Trainspotting in Trainspotting. I think the Trainspotting they were doing was different sort than actual Trainspotting there were, there were tracks involved, but they were not. Railroad tracks will leave it at that. Oh, God never really got that time. I like the great locomotive. Chase with fess Parker was a Walt Disney movie made nineteen fifty-six great civil war, adventure story. But actually based on the same stories, the general. But it's more kind of by the facts for the great locomotive. Chase, I also love the first gene wilder, Richard Pryor joint movie, silver streak from nineteen seventy six, which is like kind of a Hitchcock and story speed Hitchcock north by northwest has a great railroad scene in it too on the twentieth century limited. So lots of great train movies out there. Oh, did you see the murder on the Orient Express recently? I, I did, yes. Strictly to see the trains. I'm not particularly Agatha Christie fan, but you gotta go, these trains in the movie, so not enough of them anymore. Johnny Depp fan. He looked busted in that. I gotta say. And would feel bad saying this, but I don't Elizabeth Bassett whilst you know how to train stack up in terms of efficiency and cost against semi trucks. Yeah, there's really no more efficient method of overland travel than the railroad. You can't beat that downside of courses when it comes to to delivering that freight. You've gotta take things off the train loaded onto a semi truck for that last mile so to speak. Whereas with a semi truck, you leave it on on the truck and take it right to the door. There's been a lot of intermodal transportation now in the last few decades where items will come say from Asia and they'll travel by ship in these large forty foot containers, then that container gets moved by giant crane onto a flat car and moved by rail to some point in the middle of the country. And then that container gets moved off the flat car, put onto a semi trailer and then can be delivered. So you're not unpacking the objects, you just moving the actual trailer for lack of a better term. The container? Yeah. It's kind of like a LEGO goes from this thing that thing that thing. Yeah, yeah. Very much like that, which is pretty cool. It's like, oh, that's good idea. Yeah, yeah, it's pretty pretty slick. And then when you're done. You can take the shipping container and make a coffee shop in Brooklyn out of it. Or yeah, a small house or something. So I looked and you can buy a four hundred square foot house made out of a shipping container on Amazon. It will cost you thirty six thousand dollars in the reviews are very bad said it was overpriced, then I found one for fifteen grand on Oetzi, but really the shipping containers are like two thousand dollars USD if you just want to pinch arrested up and pull elbow grease into some DIY living in a metal box. Also, this next question is what when I was a journalist at the LA times I learned was called and I'm just going to believe this because this is one of the very few non swear episodes because I work with the Henry Ford on a children's show. But this question is the question. It's the great question. You save for the end of the interview just in case it up your report to all and they tell you to go to. So Dan goading asked the awkward in wonderful question. What was. Henry Ford's role in trains in America. And is that over weird for you to be working at the Henry Ford when Ford was much more of an automotive proponent proponent than perhaps locomotive? Yeah, Henry Ford is nothing if not a study in contrast. So this is another example. I think he would have counted himself a thorough equinox. He used to talk about when he grew up here in Dearborn, running down to the Michigan central tracking waving at the as he went by a lot of the locomotives we have in our collection..

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"fess parker" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"fess parker" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Name to you but i would hasten to add not the man who is usually behind the microphone at this appointed time on wbz john hancock not the bt host although that is a historic name he's proud of john hancock of massachusetts he who wrote his name so boldly on the declaration of independence whose name has been incorporated into great american slang when when you do an ideal when you're about to sign a contract and you talk to your agent and the station manager said okay come on up here now just put your john hancock right here on the line meaning putting your signature and remember that john hancock the founder wrote his name boldly and proudly and it is the most prominent signature affixed to the declaration of independence that john hancock like james monroe lost in a race for congress davy crockett who we we remember from the disney portrayal by fess parker who a decade later just basically recycled that as daniel boone on nbc were they were kind of playing fast and loose with history but man did it sell some of those raccoon skin caps at any rate david crockett or davy crockett of tennessee finished second in a race in fact i pointed this out in my valedictory on the house floor and win the press gathered around congressman crockett i'll clean this up for our family show here congressman crockett said well gentlemen all of you can go to h e double hockey sticks i'm going to texas and that he did and things into data place called the alamo for davy crockett but likewise in history he was a guy who served in congress and lost now i gotta tell you it's no fun but a race has gone on in the ninth district in the republican party in which an incumbent has finished second and there are implications almost sounded like dr implications kind of channeling my inner davy crockett there are implications if incumbent robert pittenger does not endorse the challenger who defeated him mark harris we'll hear from the congressman we'll hear from mark harris and we'll hear from you because you're welcome to call seven zero four five seven seven ten or toll free from any place one eight hundred nine two eight.

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