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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh air when Carl Reiner sitcom pilot starring him, his TV writer Rob Petrie was rejected by CBS producer Sheldon Leonard rescued it by persuading Reiner to replace the entire cast, including Reiner himself. The result. The Dick Van Dyke show was a major TV hit and made a star of its then unknown leading lady Mary Tyler Moore. Terry Gross spoke with her about the show and her TV character in 1995. What were you told about the character of Laura? Just that she was going to be a wife, a television wife, and that really had its classical parameters and dimensions that they were established. And they hardly ever varied except A Sze to whether or not the wife was the star of the show. In which case she was the funny one. Or if she were the straight man for the male star, and she was then totally supportive, but all these wives We're kind of obedient and you know, a representative of the vows to love, honor and obey. They hardly varied from that, and With with Carl Reiners character the way she was written, Laura actually had opinions of her own. While she was asserting herself. She also didn't make Dick Van Dyke look like a dummy. It was ah, a matter of two people. I mean, society's expectations of that point still said, Hey, wait a minute, lady. You only go so far here, but I think we broke new ground. And and that was helped by my insistence on wearing Pants. You know, jeans and and capri pants at the time because I said, I've I've seen all the other actresses, and they're always running the vacuum in these little flowered frocks with high heels on And I don't do that. And I don't know any of my friends to do that. So why don't we try to make this real and I'll dress on the show the way I do in real life, But it wasn't that easy. The sponsors were afraid you brazen right? They pointed specifically to if they used the term cupping under And I can only assume that that meant my you know my my seat that there was a little too much definition. And so they allowed me to continue to wear them in one episode. One scene per episode. And only after we check to make sure that there was a little cupping under as possible could coming under referring to the fit of your pants, the fit of the pants on my behind, right? But within a few weeks we were we were sneaking them into a few other scenes in every episode, and they were definitely cutting under and everyone thought it was great. The funny thing is, you know. Women liked me. They were not envious of the fact that their husbands had a crush on me. It was okay with them. They they were the first to know when I would meet people. They'd say My husband loves you so much. And he thinks you're so sexy. And this was it was not thing because they were also able to identify with me as a friend as a girlfriend. There was no resentment, no fear. Yeah, well, I think that that speaks so well for the character and your your portrayal of her. Did you do a lot of rehearsing with Dick Van Dyke? Or did you just have to do it? Minutes before the actual broken? The whole show was done in what they call multiple camera technique could still done today. But back then we were maybe the sixth or seventh show to use the technique. It began with Joan Davis, not Lucille Ball as everyone thinks John Davis did a show called I married Joan. What a girl! What a world What a life! Hey for you, and then Lucy and several other shows followed. But in that show it's a little like doing theater that's captured on film. You rehearsed for five days and then Ah, On the evening of the fifth day, the audience comes in and the camera's having blocked their moves in yours lined up with them. You film it from top to bottom in continuity. So during those five days, it was at least the 1st 3 days. It was very much a matter of rehearse. And contribute and attempt things and not be afraid to fail to make a fool of yourself. Just pick yourself up. And if it didn't happen this time, then the next time the experiment maybe it will Was a wonderfully supportive creative environment. Mary Tyler Moore, speaking to Terry Gross in 1995.

Dick Van Dyke Laura Carl Reiner Terry Gross Mary Tyler Moore Sheldon Leonard Carl Reiners Rob Petrie Joan Davis Sze CBS representative writer producer Lucy Lucille Ball John Davis
Remembering Carl Reiner, A Legendary Writer, Producer And Performer

Fresh Air

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Remembering Carl Reiner, A Legendary Writer, Producer And Performer

"This is fresh air when Carl Reiner sitcom pilot starring him, his TV writer Rob Petrie was rejected by CBS producer Sheldon Leonard rescued it by persuading Reiner to replace the entire cast, including Reiner himself. The result. The Dick Van Dyke show was a major TV hit and made a star of its then unknown leading lady Mary Tyler Moore. Terry Gross spoke with her about the show and her TV character in 1995. What were you told about the character of Laura? Just that she was going to be a wife, a television wife, and that really had its classical parameters and dimensions that they were established. And they hardly ever varied except A Sze to whether or not the wife was the star of the show. In which case she was the funny one. Or if she were the straight man for the male star, and she was then totally supportive, but all these wives We're kind of obedient and you know, a representative of the vows to love, honor and obey. They hardly varied from that, and With with Carl Reiners character the way she was written, Laura actually had opinions of her own. While she was asserting herself. She also didn't make Dick Van Dyke look like a dummy. It was ah, a matter of two people. I mean, society's expectations of that point still said, Hey, wait a minute, lady. You only go so far here, but I think we broke new ground. And and that was helped by my insistence on wearing Pants. You know, jeans and and capri pants at the time because I said, I've I've seen all the other actresses, and they're always running the vacuum in these little flowered frocks with high heels on And I don't do that. And I don't know any of my friends to do that. So why don't we try to make this real and I'll dress on the show the way I do in real life, But it wasn't that easy. The sponsors were afraid you brazen right? They pointed specifically to if they used the term cupping under And I can only assume that that meant my you know my my seat that there was a little too much definition. And so they allowed me to continue to wear them in one episode. One scene per episode. And only after we check to make sure that there was a little cupping under as possible could coming under referring to the fit of your pants, the fit of the pants on my behind, right? But within a few weeks we were we were sneaking them into a few other scenes in every episode, and they were definitely cutting under and everyone thought it was great. The funny thing is, you know. Women liked me. They were not envious of the fact that their husbands had a crush on me. It was okay with them. They they were the first to know when I would meet people. They'd say My husband loves you so much. And he thinks you're so sexy. And this was it was not thing because they were also able to identify with me as a friend as a girlfriend. There was no resentment, no fear. Yeah, well, I think that that speaks so well for the character and your your portrayal of her. Did you do a lot of rehearsing with Dick Van Dyke? Or did you just have to do it? Minutes before the actual broken? The whole show was done in what they call multiple camera technique could still done today. But back then we were maybe the sixth or seventh show to use the technique. It began with Joan Davis, not Lucille Ball as everyone thinks John Davis did a show called I married Joan. What a girl! What a world What a life! Hey for you, and then Lucy and several other shows followed. But in that show it's a little like doing theater that's captured on film. You rehearsed for five days and then Ah, On the evening of the fifth day, the audience comes in and the camera's having blocked their moves in yours lined up with them. You film it from top to bottom in continuity. So during those five days, it was at least the 1st 3 days. It was very much a matter of rehearse. And contribute and attempt things and not be afraid to fail to make a fool of yourself. Just pick yourself up. And if it didn't happen this time, then the next time the experiment maybe it will Was a wonderfully supportive creative environment. Mary Tyler Moore, speaking to Terry Gross in 1995.

Dick Van Dyke Laura Carl Reiner Terry Gross Mary Tyler Moore Sheldon Leonard Carl Reiners Rob Petrie Joan Davis SZE CBS Representative Writer Producer Lucy Lucille Ball John Davis
"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Van Dyke played TV writer and family man, Rob Petrie, a character Reiner had based on himself like show. It always seemed like Dick Van Dyke so himself is the The same person in the middle of all these really crazy people. Did you ever feel that way? I always felt that way. I basically always the same person in a madhouse. Starting in very, very first show on Broadway call. Call me Mister. I remember the producer saying When I went on the road, he said, No, I don't ever want you to ask me for a raise because you're supposed to get great reviews if you don't get great reviews. You don't deserve to be in this place. So don't send me great reviews and say you want to raise after you leave New York, and I never did. But when I got to Chicago they had the review had seen in New York a few months before and said, I'm not going to like this company any better than I like the one in New York and then proceeded to write a glowing review of me saying that I change the show from What? She didn't like what you did like, and I said, Boy, what a time to ask for a raise, And I knew I couldn't. However, I had a bunch of nuts in the company. They would tear phones out of the wall. They couldn't They fought with each other. They kept coming to my dressing room. Say, Can I dress with you? I have the star dressing down, says I can't dress with someone so Really a bunch of us. And if I told you then names you say, Oh, yes. You're probably right. Well, I wrote to the producer and said, I'm not sending you the reviews, but I do believe I deserve a raise. Just for being the company psychiatrist. His company will fall apart if I weren't that minister to it, and you know, he sent me a $35 raise $35 for being a company psychiatrist. I really Have the I'm supposed to be the same one in every situation. I really I'm not. But I certainly know how to play it. The Dick Van Dyke show is has become one of the really classic. Sitcoms from television wasn't nevertheless a difficulty show to sell to the network after you had created it. No, it's a matter of fact, the network bought it right away. They knew the quality of of the show, and they knew the performances were very winning our ratings the first year we weren't the best because we're on opposite Perry Coma who was riding real high at the time had a wonderful show. A variety show and they were thinking of cancelling is the second year because we're only half sponsored. But Sheldon Leonard, our executive producer, got the other half sponsored and I I voted for a very Sort of dramatic thing that was not being done at the time to rerun it. During the summer. I said people who didn't see his consent. Plus now people who watched very caramel consent plus and it happened. A sample this and they stayed with us the following year and for the next five years. How did you cast yourself as Alan Brady, The star of the show. Why did I cast myself doing it originally? Yeah. How did you catch yourself? No. You mean the Alan? But Well, I was looking for a major star and I know I couldn't get a major star to play a major start by giving him some buddies. Small scenes to do so. I said, I gotta find somebody. They would think it was a star, and then I cast myself as well. I was a second banana, but I was close to being a star. And the first year I didn't turn around. I used the back of my head. I use myself on the phone or under a A towel when I was being shaved or something, and I didn't show my face because I don't want the audience to say always that the story is not big enough. But by the second and third year, the scrips got so elaborate. And they seemed to like Alan Brady that I turned him around and showed who he was, and it turned out to be me and nobody was terribly disappointed..

Van Dyke Alan Brady producer New York Sheldon Leonard Rob Petrie Chicago writer Perry Coma Reiner executive producer
"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There is one thing that interests most magicians is how a magician starts the first trick that gets him interested. Magic. I post I remember my first trick. It was so simple and yet it was that quick that caused me to get interested. It was a simple is this I remember child doing it. I put my finger under a handkerchief. I say Focus pocus finger disappear in the finger would disappear Now. That was my very first trick. What was your profession? Finger after your show of shows Reiner and another veteran of that same writing room, Mel Brooks. Performed and recorded a Siri's of ad libbed comedy bits that became a hit record albums. Reiner was the straight man throwing unscripted questions at Brooks, who claimed to be the 2000 year old man. Reiner and Brooks also did the circuit of TV variety shows. But Reiners next move back into Siri's TV was to write a sitcom about a situation he knew quite well being a dad in New Rochelle, who commuted in New York City to write for a network TV variety show. He wrote scripts for 13 episodes and even filmed a pilot called head of the Family. But CBS didn't buy it. Not with him playing the lead Rob Petrie and Barbara Britain as his wife, Laura, Robert. Your son dislikes you say, how can you dislike me? I am his father hate their fathers. It's only six years old. He doesn't know me long enough to hate. But rather than let the project die. TV producer Sheldon Leonard persuaded Reiner that the scripts were fine, but the cast needed a complete overhaul. Including Reiner. A new version named After his new star was called The Dick Van Dyke Show. He played TV writer Rob Petrie, Mary Tyler Moore play his wife, Laura. And in time Reiner got to play. A recurring role is Alan Brady, the Sid Caesar like Star of the Variety show within the show. In one of the sitcoms most famous episodes Laura reveals on a TV game show that Alan Brady is secretly bald, which leads to her visiting his office to beg for forgiveness and her husband's job. Well, I remember telling Rob and I told him to tell you because I told them to tell you how very nice and natural Work. You look that way like figure, right? Oh, no, no, Alan, just the opposite. All mother figure very sure. For real person. More snow. Here we can see Theo Dick Van Dyke Show, which ran from 1961 2 1966 was a top 10 show for most of its tenure. Good 1 14 Emmys and remains one of the best and funniest sitcoms ever made. But it was more than that, because Reiner was a comedy pioneer in more ways than one. The Dick Van Dyke Show was one of the first sitcoms to split its time equally between work and home. A show dealt on occasion with racial and sexual issues at a time when almost no show on TV, did you And the show's finale episode long Before most TV Siri's provided.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"The bartender threatens to throw George Bailey Jimmy, Stewart, and his Guardian Angel through the door out the window. that scene I think so. Yeah, it's a it's a classic seem. While the individual who played the bartender? Happens to be a later went on to be a producer named Sheldon Leonard. And it was Leonard. Who has the story goes? Went to bat for the series. After the pilot. The Dick Van Dyke show pilot. Did Not go so well with with with Carl. Reiner playing the lead character. He told Reiner don't worry. I'll get a better act or to play you, and of course the act door he got. Dick Van Dyke the a that time a Tony Award winner. There's your connection guy who has kind of a bit part in one of the famous most famous Christmas movies of all time Sheldon Leonard the kind of. Angry bartender when. You know at that point George Bailey is not a good way. It's just not going real well for him. Is The guy who ends up finding Dick. Van Dyke to save a series that might not have ever really gotten off the ground. Without that change regarding the lead character, good trivia item for you found the connection. It's always there's always wanted to be found. If. You're the thing about it is I think if you're big enough and Reiner was then you can always. Can always kind of find a spot. Don't you think yes? I loved a quote that I read today. 'cause every interviews done probably for the last ten years. Maybe even twenty people have probably asked him. You know how you doing it ninety four, ninety five. What do you do all day right because that always comes up? Like how long are you GonNa do this. He was still writing as of like two weeks ago. Another book he'd written a bunch of books. And the quote that I read today, said every morning I pick up my newspaper. Get the obituary section and see if I'm listed. If I'm not, I'll have my breakfast. The line love it. Yeah, it's good. It's good way to.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Fan of sixty s TV you probably know that Carl Reiner created the Dick Van Dyke show. But you might not know that he was originally supposed to be the star. And he told Conan O'Brien the story. A while back. I did the pilot was okay. You were the star high play Robert Petrie. Okay. Doesn't sell and Sheldon Leonard got ahold of these thirteen scripts from my agent, and he said he called me. And he says he's a very good. I said Sheldon. I don't want to fail twice with the same material and hero impersonating pretty well. He says you won't fail. How good a better actor to play. You. Everything worked out for the best there you guys ever watched Dick Van Dyke reruns. Yeah, I watched it somewhat. And I always remember, you know in the opening out. He would always Turpan something. I think I can. I think I remember that because I can relate to it. You know? Shoes or the computer or did he stretches across the family room the wood floor. Oh my gosh. Dallas myself. Here's a physical comedian tripping and falling everywhere always going to be top of mind with good old fashioned comedy. We need more of that. And Carl Reiner what a great actor. He is. I mean, the way he planned it though, when you think about the Dick Van Dyke show that is not how it turned out his plans were totally derailed just because life happened. And it's kind of a good reminder that we need to be flexible in our everyday plans to much less our financial plan. So that we can allow from adjustments along the way, I only know that because here on the show, Abe. You talk about how retirement income plans they're adjusted over time for your clients are life changes. And we want to make sure that our retirement income plans keep up with our life changes. You know, sometimes people get sick pass away early have grandkids. You know, sell the home that you've lived in for so long downsize retire retire early. You know, there's all kinds of things that happen. And we want to make sure that our retirement income plan keeps. With our life changes. And in addition, we want to continually monitor the plan that we've set up so usually once per year at a minimum we're getting together with all of our current clients to review the whole income plan and just make sure everything's on track. We definitely stay on you there. You know, if it's something you forgot to mention to us or you addresses or something happened. We check in once a year at least to try to get that information. We're just had a new client walk in the other day. And he said, you know, what you know, as we are kind of repositioning money's over to us. He said, you know, what I would have thought that my existing adviser with another company would have reached out to me. Well, guess what he didn't. And he ended up getting a form letter like a generic automated letter from a pretty big time company without his name address on it. I believe. Your account. Instead of mentioning his name. He was pretty taken back and that confirmed to him that doing business with us and trusting us with his income plan was the right decision for him. We mentioned this gentleman before that came in. He's a radio caller, and he's with a certain company in the area that most people know is not super wealthy or you just kind of right in the middle there. But he can no longer meet with the I guess the top adviser there. He's kind of like drop down the line and meeting with the other guy. I forget his analogy. But it was kind of like. Yeah. Trying to make an appointment now is like pretty much like pulling teeth with some of those companies you're not really valued it's not personal anymore. And that's something that is one of our values that we stick to all the time keeping it personal keeping in touch and all that. That's right. It's all about a relationship, and it's so much more than a transaction when it comes to money at financial services. You guys are about the relationship your about your clients emotions and making sure that they are happy with what they're doing. They understand it. They're confident. In it. And able to do the things that they want to spend their time doing in retirement and spend their money doing the wealth achieve accumulated listening today is a lot.

Dick Van Dyke Carl Reiner Sheldon Leonard Robert Petrie Conan O'Brien Dallas Abe
"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ernie. Thank you for being patient news. Well, you got the right Ernie now. Yes. Yeah. That way. Morgan and Kenny. He I gotta ask you were working is. Antenna TV still on the air in some locations idea. I don't get it up. Here. I'm up here in Nashville. I don't get it anymore. Right. You have to be on my basic package. They had some sort of financial issue and an issue with copyrights. Okay. So and you said this another cable cable channel called new new new TV? No. Maybe I miss new TV is a Newton like every community has the. Yeah. Yeah. And that would be on TV I was on it once about five months ago. I forget the name of the host. But she was good at what she did. Kenny. You you mentioned something about The Danny Thomas show. My favorite episode. Driving may. And he gets pulled over. Beatty. Daddy that was a pilot episode for the Andy Griffith. Right. Exactly. And don't forget Danny Thomas was the producer of the Andy Griffith show. Yes. And and Sheldon Lord. I was just gonna ask you the real genius. He appeared was Sheldon Leonard. Alison, no more about. How should I wish? There was like. Okay, biography or I'm sure there is if you go online. Sheldon Sheldon, Leonard use do a lot of old time radio. Okay. He was he was known on old time radio as the race track out the Jack Benny used to run into whenever he would go to the races. Oh, really? And you would hear you know, he would come up. He'd always greet Jack. And he'd say, hey, bud. But. Chimera minute. He would you know, give them a tip on a horse. But that was one of the things that Sheldon Leonard. Did he also played Phil Brokaw? Danny Thomas's agent. Anyplace on gangsta roles to con constantly. Yeah. He did also in the Dick Van Dyke show. Yes, he was. He was I I hear the genius. He was he was all over the place. He did a gangster. Oh my gosh. That's all I'm trying to think of and I saw this about two months ago. It stews house. Can it was a George Burns and Gracie Allen? And who's the gangster Sheldon, Leonard and Sheldon? Leonard was the creative genius behind the TV series. I spy row. Sorry. Go ahead. He was very talented. He is a great actor and a great producer as well. Now, he's like you said he got his start in radio. You said, yes. Yeah. Now, you, you know, the actor Wendell Corey. Yes. Yeah. You know, he's from he's from Drake at Massachusetts. Okay. My hometown. And he spent his youth out in in in the town. And you know, then I believe he went to New York. And then 'cause you know, he he, you know, he went out to Hollywood he had a TV show in the fifties. Where he was like a state trooper. I forget the exact title of it. It might have been state. There was a TV show called state trooper. But I think Cameron Mitchell was the star. Yeah. That's right. Yep. Yep. I remember the name navy stopped trying to confuse me. Just trying to help and going back to Sheldon, Leonard one of my favorite cartoon series of the sixties. He produced it he voiced the lead character Linus, the lionhearted. So Ernie look up Linus the lionhearted. Yeah. In your Sheldon, Leonard search. Yeah. He was very very prolific. He was all over the place. See worse. I e a talented man, no doubt about it. Thank you, gentlemen. Okay. Thank you for the call. Yeah. I have a good night YouTube. Thank you good night. MR growing from Maryland. Hello, donna. Morning. How are you? I'm fine. You wanna six million dollars? Absolutely. Okay. All right. To spend it on clothes, though, are you? No, no. Except the ones I get on the home shopping channel. See that's where she gets her stuff from. All right, Donna, give us your concept idea. Women as the main character restore or they show is has their name. Okay. And the ones that thought are thought of our I remember, mama. Heard. Azo? Yes. Julia dream of Jeannie. Yeah. And and you wanna know something Donna what the more modern version of the shows like eighties into the nineties. There's a network that's already doing that. Smart tv. Decades decades reassembled their concept, and then showing programs like cold case. And Dr Quinn medicine woman that was one of my. Those shows are focusing on strong women characters on TV. Well, that's great. Oh, yeah. Oh, the Carol Burnett show home run. Oh, yeah. Earthy brown. Bringing they're bringing back some of those shows they've already brought back Murphy Brown. Yes. Right as fast. Yup. Will and grace has been brought back their numbers. Sitcoms that were thrown in the trash heap would have been brought back. Smart TV, you say go to your cable company. I don't know. In Maryland who your provider is. But check your cable provider. See? Excuse me. And see a smart TV is on your system used to be decades. So might be it might be the same numerical, selection or gone. Well, decades has been replaced by smart TV, but that all under the control of Neal Sabin who I have on once a year and meet TV is the parent company of those networks, we just mentioned. Yeah. I get TV. Yes. Well, dick decades was an offshoot of TV bring chernow's near Sabin. I missed that. Backache always looking for it. Okay. Well, it's coming back early in two thousand nineteen. I don't know when but I will call Neal Sabin and ask him great. And is there anything else while you here? I guess. Four six billion dollars. Then well tell you what there aren't too many people who've asked for it. So. You're you're you're in line. Maybe might be a while before you get the check. So for tomorrow. Yeah. The check is in the mail channel in the mail. Yep. Yep. All right..

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Russia interfered and meddled in the two thousand sixteen election. I think Trump has once acknowledged that. And then never talked about it again. Because of course, his best friend is Putin. Well, actually, his best friend now is Kim Jong UN Amanda quote. He has come to know. And like because you never know when when in doubt, you go to dinner with Kim Jong UN and you eat. President tells him stories about his days at Wharton and running for the election and Kim Jong Lewin tells Donald Trump stories about how he machine gunned some of his adversaries and what they looked like after and using hand grenades. It's just it's just a good conversation. They had a, but it is a couple takeaways here. And that is the fact that he mentioned China with the interference issue and not Russia. Holy moly. Kim Jong is now his best friend. And a man he's come to know into like, although he's come to know him. They had one meeting. One sit down meeting and also when it comes to Iran or actually know when it comes to North Korea and a deal is going to be made a deal is going to be made. It's simple and much is happening here. Here's the tantalizing little bits of chum that he throws in the water. And that is a lot is going on that the media doesn't know about. And you're gotta have some very good news in the next few days other than that. It's word for yard. And what I thought was interesting. Remember, how he made those sort of off the cuff comments that we thought right before he went in and spoke yesterday to the UN council there was for Begum from what he told the media yesterday to what he just said at this meeting this morning crazy. All right. We've got that. Obviously. We miss the bottom of the hour. So what I thought I would do is talk about Bill Cosby because that was huge news yesterday. And it was absolutely extraordinary. I loved it taken away in. Hand. Cuffs video him walking down the hall in his shirtsleeves, and suspenders and pants pants on also. And he's on either side there was an armed police officer and their leading him down the hall to jail. He's going to prison. And he's going to be processed, obviously. By by the way, Wayne how long does it take from the time you are walking out of the door from the courtroom to the time you looking at your cell when you're they closed the clank the door on your cell. Well, the first sell that he will be clanked into. It was a matter of probably twenty minutes, if not less then they're going to have the difficult task of designating him. So how long he may sit in a local lock-up while they figure out where in the state system. They're going to put them that. Could it wouldn't surprise me? If it takes a couple of weeks because he's a very very unusual inmate as you might imagine. And they've got to find a place for him where he's going to be safe. That may not be that easy to do. You can probably imagine how high profile and the notoriety. Going because he's going to prison for a crime that is not looked upon favourably by inmates. If this had been a financial crime, let's say he might go to prison and be a celebrity he'd have everybody wanting to be his friend and help him. But you know, this kind of stuff there's a lot of people in prison that don't look kindly on sex offenders. So they have to figure out where they can put him where he's going to have his little contact as possible with the inmate population the other issue and this one I was expecting this. But not to this extent. And that is his spokes person his spokespeople across the board talking about the most racist, the most sexist, I don't know, Greg. I get sexist aspect of this the most racist crime in US history. I think one of the reasons that the judge in and correct me if I'm wrong on this one lane. I always bring in Wayne when talks about people going to jail because he's such. A fan of jail. Also having worked in the system for twenty eight years. I is the fact that one of the things that the judge looked askance and most judges two zero remorse zero. I didn't do it. This is a setup you guys are a bunch of racists. The reason I'm sitting here is because I'm black sixty women lied, especially. A constant liar liar and in terms of racism, there were some African American women that were part of those sixty two. So I guess they're racist to against African Americans. So that was I found that absolutely fascinating. Because one of the biggest problems that he had it's part of why he got convicted. It's part of why he was designated a sexually violent predator. And it's part of why the judge gave him a substantial prison term because he won't admit anything in the face of overwhelming evidence. Now part of a legal issue of the first trial was Hungary. And of course, they had to retry them, which there is no issue. They they would do that second trial. The judge allowed five women to testify as to his pattern, and what he did having nothing to do with this with this crime the allegation, and there's an issue there that you know, is going to be appealed, oh, that's one of the big appeal issues and the other one is leading in Cosby statements during the civil deposition where he admitted giving women drugs and that into this trial, and the argument is the DA at that time said if you say this, I'm not going to charge you. You and the judge. I mean, I'm assuming that the judge even believing that just tossed that right out former DA, and you're done that deal doesn't fly here. So you've got sixty women. Is there anybody in the country other than fervent insane supporters of Bill Cosby, and of course, his family members, and is paid hacks. Who do not believe that Bill? Cosby did this. There's nobody who's rational. It doesn't believe Bill Cosby has done this. Because there's you know, if two or three people if one person stands up and says, I've been raped two or three people say, look, what happened over the course of the last few years, for example. I think there's real doubt with cavenaugh as to whether this happened or not there are certainly an argument that these women are lying or they don't remember or it was someone else. I mean, there's an argument there. But when you have sixty women who have accused him of virtually the same crime over the course of decades, you have to be delusional that to say this is what happened. I mean. This is crazy. And the only reason he wasn't charged with crime after crime after crime is because the statute of limitations. They were able to get him on one. Just one also Camille Cosby who has been his biggest supporter has not she did not show up. She didn't miss one minute of any trial. Not one minute. She was always there. And all of a sudden, she doesn't show up. And as a matter of fact, I don't think she has been anywhere near as loud as his spokespeople. I think she's been relatively quiet on this side. Jen are their statements from Camille on this. I think was one. Yeah. And she is she did start an investigation into the judge in this case in that will be part of the appeals process, obviously. But that's been her latest thing. Yeah. She hired an attorney to start looking into the background of this judge. But for Bill Cosby being black. This would never have happened. And the the part that he's worth four hundred million dollars is fine. The fact that America loved him and gave him more money than you could ever imagine due to his talent, I'm not arguing that. But somehow when he was amassing this unbelievable fortune while being African American even mind Cosby has been African-Americans since about the time he was born. And so that part is fine. But now this part is not. Yeah. He was a barrier breaker because he doesn't he the first African American to have a regular part on television. It was fine. I spy, that's right. He was the first African American to be a star and Sheldon Leonard who did that. Or Leonard Sheldon. I think Sheldon Leonard. Who is the one he was a producer that brought him. So I mean, if anybody has been relatively exempted, it'd be built from systemic racism Bill Cosby, and there's never been an issue with Bill Cosby, Richard Pryor, of course, race was a big part of his persona. I mean, the Cosby show could not have had the success. It had if there was anything to do with race about it. And it was just a beloved family, and I've never been a big fan of jello either. All right. Coming up fact checking the UN speech yesterday and some statements sat the president made. And we're gonna do some fact checking which we always do not too bad this time around it could it could have been a lot worse. A lot worse. We'll be back. With that. Meantime, Jennifer euro, researchers at Cedars-Sinai met senators say a newly developed drug can prevent the most common type of pancreatic cancer from growing and spreading in laboratory, mice and LA city council committee approved an application to rename a remote part of Somare northwest section of the city north of the two ten would officially be known as Rancho cascades and petted options have caused more than one hundred people in eighteen states to get sick. And investigation by the CDC found bacteria.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"So how long he may sit in a local lock-up while they figure out where in the state system. They're going to put them that. Could it wouldn't surprise me? If it takes a couple of weeks because he's very very unusual inmate as you might imagine. And they've got to find a place for him where he's going to be safe. That may not be that easy to do. You can probably imagine how high profile and the notoriety. Going because he's going to prison for a crime that is not looked upon favourably by inmates. If this had been a financial crime, let's say he might go to prison and celebrity. He'd have everybody wanting to be his friend and help him. But you know, this kind of stuff there's a lot of people in prison that don't look kindly on sex offenders. So they have to figure out where they can put him where he's going to have his little contact as possible with the inmate population the other issue and this one I was expecting this. But not to this extent. And that is his spokesperson his spokespeople across the board. Talking about the most racist, the most sexist, I don't know, Greg. I get sexist aspect of this the most racist crime in US history. I think one of the reasons that the judge in and correct me if I'm wrong on this one lane. I always bring in Wayne when talks about people going to jail because he's such a fan of jail. Also having worked in the system for twenty eight years is the fact that one of the things of the judge looked askance and most judges do zero remorse zero. I didn't do it. This is a setup you guys are bunch of racists. The reason I'm sitting here is because I'm black sixty women lied, especially. Constand liar liar, and in terms of racism, there were some African American women that were part of those sixty two so I guess they're racist to against African Americans. So that was I found that absolutely fascinating. Because one of the biggest problems that he had it's part of why he got convicted. It's part of why he was designated a sexually violent predator. And it's part of why the judge gave him a substantial prison term because he won't admit anything in the face of overwhelming evidence. Now part of a legal issue. The first trial was a hung jury. And of course, they had to retry them, which there is no issue. They they would do that second trial. The judge allowed five women to testify as to his pattern, and what he did having nothing to do with this with this crime the allegation, and there's an issue there that you know, is going to be appealed, oh, that's one of the big appeal issues and the other one is leading in Cosby statements during the civil deposition where he admitted giving women drugs and that into this trial, and the argument is the DA at that time said if you say this, I'm not going to charge you. You. And the judge. I mean, I'm assuming that the judge even believing that just tossed that right out former DA and you're done. That's that deal doesn't fly here. So you've got sixty women. Is there anybody in the country other than fervent insane supporters of Bill Cosby, and of course, his family members, and is paid hacks. Who do not believe that Bill? Cosby did this. There's nobody who's rational. It doesn't believe Bill Cosby has done this because there's you know, two or three people if one person stands up and says I've been raped two or three people say, look, what happened over the course of the last few years, for example. I think there's real doubt with cavenaugh as to whether this happened or not there are certainly an argument that these women are lying or they don't remember or it was someone else. I mean, there's an argument there. But when you have sixty women who have accused him of virtually the same crime over. The course of decades you have to be delusional not to say, this is what happened. I mean. This is crazy. And the only reason he wasn't charged with crime after crime after crime is because the statute of limitations. They were able to get him on one. Just one also Camille Cosby who has been his biggest supporter has she did not show up. She didn't miss one minute of any trial that one minute. She was always there. And all of a sudden, she doesn't show up. And as a matter of fact, I don't think she has been anywhere near as loud as spokespeople. I think she's been relatively quiet on this. Jen are their statements from Camille on this. I think there was one. Yeah. And she is she did start an investigation into the judge in this case in that will be part of the appeals process, obviously. But that's been her latest thing. Yeah. She hired an attorney to start looking into the background in this judge. But for Bill Cosby being black. This would never have happened. And the the part that he's worth four hundred million dollars is fine. The fact that America loved him and gave him more money than you ever imagined due to is talent, I'm not arguing that. But somehow when you amassing this unbelievable fortune while being African Americans keep in mind Cosby has been African-Americans since about the time he was born. And so that part is fine. But now, this part is not see I guess he was a barrier breaker because he doesn't he the first African American to have a regular part on television. Fine. I spy. That's right. He was the first African American star and Sheldon Leonard who did that or Leonard Sheldon. I think Sheldon Leonard. Who is the one he was a producer that brought him. So I mean, if anybody has been relatively exempted, it'd be Bill from systemic racism Bill Cosby, and there's never been an issue with race with Bill Cosby like Richard Pryor. Of course race was a big part of his persona. I mean, the Cosby show could not have had the success. It had if there was anything to do with race about it. It was just a beloved family, and I've never been a big fan of jello either. All right. Coming up fact checking the UN speech yesterday and some statements that the president made, and we're gonna do some fact checking which we always do not too bad this time around it could it could have been a lot worse. A lot worse. We'll be back. With that. Meantime, Jennifer euro, researchers at Cedars-Sinai med center say a newly developed drug can prevent the most common type of pancreatic cancer from growing and spreading in laboratory, mice and LA city council committee approved an application to rename a remote part of Somare. The northwest section of the city north at the two ten would officially be known as Rancho cascades and petted options have cost more than one hundred people in eighteen states to get sick. And investigation by the CDC found bacteria.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"What happens is that i was in fire island and the format was sorta disappearing i was being offered situation comedies in in my wife and our incident wisdom i turned them down because he's not very good and she's one of the two right one i'd never says try and so i wrote a thing called family for myself i i played sherry barbara britton played my wife sylvia miles play the part the rosen replayed forty gunby played maury exit and we did a pilot i think people often put up the money and it didn't work it just didn't work i we we did it and without an audience with us he's the laugh tracks and it was wasn't very good but while i was in fire island i knew i was gonna acne i better have a couple of plays you know screenplays played and i wrote thirteen telephones and so when i failed i said that's it i'm not going to bother it i've done it the right films and i were working on the film film when sheldon leonard who was working with don was given these thirteen episodes that my we had a mutual agent harry cows on sheldon in the end he said he's a good script and i said sheldon i'm sorry but i don't want to fail twice with the same material and he said this is a pretty good impression of your all fail or get a better rector deplete you and he got into suggested van dyke and the rest as you might imagine that's a great story have you ever wondered how successful the spud goodman show would have been if they'd chosen someone else to i mean besides you to play yourself.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A lot of secondary roles portrayed by men and women of color and it was like he could have put white faces in the emperor he chose to put faces of color in there and took a certain amount of flat for cuba's two more and there's another one i i most people don't notice this watch the envy griffith show they were in mayberry north carolina if you lived in a town in north carolina they were black folk on the streets so in the background scenes and we saw a few blacks of the problems on the street but they ruined their may were there and a lot of people didn't even pay attention to that so that would be sheldon leonard and danny thomas because they were the executive producers of the andrew griffith show so there are some executive producers who did use either as it's called the principal if you have a line in a movie or a tv show or even just as an extra who gave roles two actors of color gene roddenberry you know right you watched star trek the original series the admirals and and so forth in those days you watch it now you don't even think about it then watching an episode the other day with william marshall yes played richard day stream and and i was reading usually if i'm of a wisely up the internet movie database orrin usually look up a show and look at quotes and things and richard destroy our marshall said they you know the the greatest part about that role was that the entire episode he was being called sir a you know you don't think about that at this point in time but in those days the nineteen sixties that was that was that was something all right jerry given good nineteen gentlemen terry thank you jr's let's have we given enough attention to that subject vicky alex and beth don't hang up ohno will be getting to you after the commercials come and go one open line if you wanna take it six one seven two five four ten thirty grab it if you will time and temperature here at wbz to eighteen and channel fifty six degrees we can live on wbz newsradio ten thirty have you checked out i heart radio free playlists yet not only do we have one perfect for any moment we also created playlists perfect for any decade flashback to the eighties nineties four stay right here in two thousand.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And he was a hero to me and i know i'm speaking to predominantly white audience listen i'm awake guy and he was one of my hair growing up as a young black america and you're you remember when i was in my teams it was all the distress unrest in the country and and riots in various cities and it was hard to find someone to whom you looked up to for what they presented of themselves and i looked up to bill cosby franko head i was gonna say that's good segue because you hit the hammer on the nail you gotta keep in mind that when cosby in pinnacle of success coming in the sixties i mean he was an alternative i guess too particularly to a white america he was safe he wasn't dick gregory he wasn't richard pryor even for wilson had a naughty side to him gone up in the sixties so basically cosby played it safe and there was some criticism that you've played it safe a white america and that's pretty much why he got what he got i mean they said that shepherd sheldon leonard who obviously produced his is by put him on their costs and was with comfortable with him so this this genesis of of cosby that was quote unquote safe for middle america that that a lot of people felt that he had the advantage whereas i guess performance black performers too radical to out there and and seeing also but a lot of people don't realize too that caused the well maybe a lot too but cosby one of cosby's buddies was of course the late hugh hefner who always kim and sammy davis junior always that those playboy bunny clubs late at night and so forth and you know and so some people may say that maybe he was a victim of his complacency and fame and and like i said again he did a first he was the first black performer the have well they say in equal starring role on ice by of course windows emmy awards so no doubt you know crosby definitely as we said earlier was a groundbreaker and.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Think it was dodds worth not our uh were uh dessert help you tired room when you give member evaluation at oh that you know i remember coming on here while ago and i remember that being an answer to a question somebody asked a long long time ago uh it does worth uh you know morgan thank you for intervening 'cause they never would have got gotten that uh right here we know dot dodds worth is uh character in robert kim sin cartoons uh you know several of the silvester and cartoons from the 1950s he was voiced by sheldon leonard how's that morgan i recognize so then learning has one of those voices you can recognize anywhere at any time going back to lima s the harvard in others that's right and it's funny that he did so many cartoons considering is not only one of the greatest character actors on radio and in movies but then later as you know a major producer of of television in the 1960s uh armus i mean yeah so uh but uh that's why it was only in a couple of cartoons i only think is in two or three tops and uh uh with more to say about him other than that i mean he's he's great character that a lot of people remember um if you remember his correct name yeah that was that was a little bit larry clark has a more new tyrone if i remember correctly he was always beaten up dog what am i mean it yeah yeah yeah the it was just said you know another alley cat with the uh you know that we show up so vest your you know in those mcpherson on the kimsun every all the directors at warner brothers had a different take on on silvester as morgan i'm is already probably bursting to talk tell me what the different takes are but you know that so chuck jones he was kind of the scared he cat uh you know in those porky pig cartoons for free ling he was tweeting in silvester and for uh mckim sitting he was the uh dad you know the father always looking to beat up a uh uh a giant mouse work hang a rule and uh uh.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of your family's sitcoms and your workplace that conthe the five big family sitcoms were i love lucy which really did change everything and then on the family the cosby show roseanne and modern family and workplace that confidence explain why split up the two why that's important okay the earliest favorite evolutionary important when i think was fawlty towers than taxi than cheers than the larry sanders show and then the office and you know sitcoms in general are such a wide uh kind of of spotlight that you have to narrow it down and so the ones that take place primarily at work uh like cheers are a different kind of show and then the ones that you think of like leave it to be ver which are primarily i would just family domestic sitcoms and you coined the term split come here and i don't expect it to catch on you know but i mean that's pretty good but split column is like it's half one half the other and you think well what what shows spend time a halfway between work and home and then when you start thinking about them there are lots of lows so now going to ask you to read your split com five less okay uh the andy griffith show the dick van dyke show the bob newhart show seinfeld which is pushing a little bit and louis okay so let's go to andy griffith okay you wrote a clip from the the andy griffith show um and there's a story behind the clip well there's there's the whole idea behind we're the andy griffith show came from a it was a back door pilot uh from the dini thomas show for make room for daddy and uh he just had ended griffith come in and play the sheriff of the evening the producer of the day a tunnel show yes sheldon leonard was the producer and danny thomas was the star and their idea was to uh they wanted to do a show starring andy griffith is a small town sheriff so they had danny thomas's character in his program a visit this small town and get stopped in which seemed to be just a traffic trap you know a speed trap and come it's a great way to lead.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Top five of your family sitcoms and your workplace that comes the five big family sitcoms were i love lucy which really did change everything and then on the family the cosby show rosanne and modern family and workplace at compton explain why split up the two why that's important okay the earliest favorite evolutionary important one i think was fawlty towers than taxi than cheers than the larry sanders show and then the office and you know sitcoms in general are such a wide a kind of of spotlight that you have to narrow it down and so the ones that take place primarily at work like cheers are a different kind of show then the ones that you think of like leave it to be ver which are primarily had just family domestic sitcoms and you coined the term split come here and i don't expect it to catch on you know but i mean that's pretty good but split com is like it's half one half the other and you think well what what shows spend time a halfway between work and home and then when you speak start thinking about them there are lots of those so now going to ask you to read your split com five less okay uh the andy griffith show the dick van dyke show the bob newhart show seinfeld which is pushing a little bit and louis okay so let's go to andy griffith okay you wrote a clip from the andy griffith shell um and there's a story behind the clip well there's there's the whole idea behind we're the andy griffith show came from a it was a back door pilot from the dini tom michelle for make room for daddy and he just had ended griffith come in and play the sheriff of the evening the producer of the data yes sheldon leonard was the producer and danny thomas was the star and their idea was to uh they wanted to do is show starring andy griffith is us smalltown sheriff so they had danny thomas's character in his program visit this small town and get stopped in which seemed to be just a traffic trap you know a speed trap and come.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"And i i remember exactly what had happened i talk to myself i said reiner what piece of ground do you stand on that nobody else stands zone pets register as well i live in nourish show the wife and children i work in new yorkers a writer actor on his show all right about that the home life of a uh a writer for television at a rothe or thing coq head of the family and i you know i got barbara britain to buy my wife morty ththey sylvia mobs to supply party and sally without a pilot played it on the air didn't do too well i wou i was okay and i said i have written thirteen episodes in case somebody boarded i want that i have a bible for the other riders the nor with showers of route had so i put it to bed i said that's it that's the best i can do in a shelter ride movies i wrote a doors they movie throw livardo and sheldon leonard was given my scripts by my age and we had a mutual aged hurry cows rob andrew's sheldon called meoni said these are wonderful script i isis sheldon i don't wanna failed twice with the same material and he said good impression the way you will fail who good of bitter wrecked two to play you at least suggest the dick van dyke maybe the most talented mood that ever lived can i suggest that from now on you just a note ahead of all impressions that it's a good impression just so folks now if you do any further impression re make sure to let us know if it's good or bad.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Xiaomi georgy boy you used to be a fast man with a set of golf clubs do you still linger on the links sired bob dole halftime we give lessons why don't you buy a good book on the game by one i wrote one last week in my lives blood on the six whole at palm springs now i was georgia fouriron shot from the green i was standing like you are standing row yet this get all was a direct after i've standing wrong who taught you ought to play golf bobby jones ravi did o you some little scotch katty call crosby but i don't play with them anymore why not why not would you play with the fellow puts greece on your putter cheats on a scorecard by making his nines upside down bills a 40 on the green with electric shaver so that the ball has to roll into the cup while neither will he dr yeah the ghost breakers was presented through the courtesy of paramount pictures currently releasing alias nick beal starring ramelan audrey qatar and thomas mitchell bob look will soon be seen in the paramount picture sarbu joe was lille ball and mary jane saunders george marshall's next beaumont released will be my sorry john lung hurry wilson diana lynn and nbc's on d martyn and jerry lewis included in tonight's cast were shirley mitchell donald morrison sheldon leonard jack edwards fuel for a kim christie betty moran and dan with the ghost breakers was adapted radio by richard allen an original news it was composing conducted by henry russ production was under the supervision of howard wily associate producer radi your announcer has been breitbart listen again next week when the nbc theatre presents screen directors of reduction music from william director enrico start journalism.

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"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"sheldon leonard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Today abc's j miller here's what's trending at nine thirty three or they'll be surprised if you a lot of guys who look like sheldon leonard howard in rosh for the big bang theory all hanging out in downtown and be this weekend a gend gun gigs of this morning and that means a lot of people in cars on the roads downtown matt bear or w about sixty thousand people in town to celebrate gaming eddie at the convention center you're going to see a la of congestion traffic was around the centre not to mention lucas oil stadium where for the second you're the road jim county has expanded to so watch out for people walking whatever people driving traffic is good of the intense i met there from the 93 w ivc traffic's at a connection to a murder and kidnapping is why julio cesar bill nia has been arrested police say he drove the getaway car for kristian garcia after two people were shot tuesday night in brown's bird hayes whose waste could died and police put out an amber alert when garcia went on the run with three kids of those children are okay and garcia is behind bars your vice president is coming home early from his trip to south america chris davis reports might but mike pence condemns the violence in charlottesville while i'm here in chile our hearts our shores pence says both he and the president have been clear on condemning the violence in virginia when he gets home he plans to meet with trump the plan is to discuss the us policy in south asia and that will likely include some discussion about north korea chris davis 93 wibc mobile news jim con isn't the only thing going on in envy today you can check out this superstore performing tonight at the indiana state fair very lebel on stage at the indiana state fair the show starts at seven thirty and it's free.

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