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Leave policies have not caught up for women in office
"Are serving as state lawmakers across the country. But in most capitals, family leave policies have not changed. That leaves new moms with few options when having Children. Abigail, since he has more from member station W. K a. R in Lansing. Mallory McMorrow was part of 2018 so called year of the woman. When a record number of women were elected to office, she flipped a Michigan State Senate district in the suburbs of Detroit. Your first interview you're very hungry. Seven weeks ago, she gave birth to her first daughter. No. Uh uh. She's like the size of the microphone. You know, Like many parents, McMorrow is taking time off to be with her newborn. But while state employees get 12 weeks of paid time off, there's no parental leave policy for lawmakers. The answer to their constituents and their pay is written in the state constitution so they can technically take off as much time as they want The catch being they miss votes. I can't vote remotely. I can't proxy vote. I have to physically go toe Lansing. And I have a newborn who naps for 20 minutes and then is up again and ready to eat and be changed. Michigan is one of a handful of legislatures where lawmakers worked full time. Senator Vic Morrow said she spoke up because she could already envision attack outs criticizing her for not being in the capital to vote vote She missed so she could spend time with her baby. Are we comfortable with the idea? That we don't want working moms in the Legislature because that's the message unless we change the system, she says. This is a conversation she's had with many women that women can have it all. Just not all at once on that feels true for her in the Legislature. The
"vic morrow" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Guess they considered Warren Beatty and Steve McQueen right for the role I read. Yeah but no one could do this like Walter Matthau. He is so funny in the movie like He. You know the reason that I've seen it as many times. I have is because he just makes me laugh that Just the way you know even without dialogue or anything just says expression and his whole demeanor and he really embodied the character and you know I think Warren Beatty probably would have been funny. It would probably have been totally different. I don't yeah I don't see him as like a washed up player but I think that he's like super funny and something different by. I don't really believe that they got that. I mean I don't know who knows see McQueen. I don't see at all like I just I don't. I don't think that he's like that. Steve McQueen could probably embody the former side. But Neil said I don't think Steve was that funny although I think I've seen Steve Deploy a little humor but maybe more of the winking kind of I don't know more mental variety of humor rather than spoken humor. But just like it's the dynamic that I like so much of you know Walter Matthau taking it from Vic Morrow and by the way. He's so awesome in it and just like him saying that he's a bomb and I think that Steve McQueen would have been getting different than his persona. He'd he wouldn't have the same like nobility in being washed up and still having persevering Walter Matthau did. It's a hard habit to break. Once you start. You're damned bunch of boys probably deserved a lot better than me. Looks like we're stuck with each other. Jimmy grab I guess you get behind Home Plate. More we need to practice counts around here but mine. Get your gear on and get your impression as to. What next runs weren't a wounded decency? Yeah when you out though? Do you think of him primarily as a comic actor or do you think of him in a different category. I think he's I mean. I was thinking as a comic actor even in the series movies that he thought it was really funny. He's always Ri- right. And we'll be like Pelham one two three right. Yeah he's still he's still funny right. A common calling. Hey Frank Yaginuma I second. What do you want from me from all over the line hotel shot at you know at the end each tomorrow? Line joke I knew what I'd see the day when talking. Murderers took priority over running around. Frank I only cray already saving. The lives of these passes got debt fashion. What the hell they expect that allows thirty cents live forever. The bad news bears is. The humor is fucking hilarious. And some of the one liners. I laughed out loud on my couch alone with a rare occurrence. Fellas Rome wasn't built in a day took several hundred years. We nor stay attention symbolic athletic team in the League. Second Cipher so I know that the script is credited to its bill. Lancaster Burt Lancaster. Son who bizarrely also wrote the thing. We're going to draw a little bit everybody's Blood GonNa find out who's a thing watch norris and gave me the idea that maybe every part of him was a whole little pieces an individual animal with built in desire to protect its own life much else. One of the strangest shortest writing credits. Yeah not much else. I mean of his seven writing credits. One two three five of them are related to sorry. Six of them are related to bad news bears and two of them are related to the thing screenplay and then a characters created by but I did read that his original screenplay was more focused on the Kelly leak character who I think was sort of loosely more based on Bill Lancaster's life as a kid may be that the VIC moral character was supposedly based a little bit on the personality of Burt Lancaster. Really that's what I read. I don't know if these are true. Or Apocryphal Post film stories but then when Stanley Jaffe who is the producer of bad news. Bears mentions how the film got produced He. He references that wants. Michael Ritchie was attached as the director that there was a lot of rewriting that went on and they sort of focused more on the story of the the bears themselves in sort of less on the Kelly leak side a ha so a not sure if Bill Lancaster wrote some of those. One liners right or something. I forgot to tell you guys. It's a League Rule Cup supporters. GotTa be one at all times. Was You get that either way? I'm or you don't play this already. Another our practice. Are you saying I've been brushing up on my Spanish weight and I think he's saying something about you know he's being Catholic and the Chrysler so the writing those. Those one liners are so good even the first line of the movie like it starts out. There's you know like a minute and a half goes by without any dialogue and see Walter Matthau shot too because that pan from the fields which is pretty slow and I think the VIC moral character working on yeah and then just as the camera gets over you perfectly timed have Walter Matthau was hilarious. Car longcrete paper. That would be a major project out of my trunk. Pool cleaning supplies the cooler a beer. You could do that then. He doctors as beer and cigarette lighter. Come into frame and see that. It's a fourteen year old kid or twelve year. Old Kid Letting CIGAR WALTER MATTHAU SAYS MR. Thanks mister like it. Movie Times. And I laughed out loud when I it's not a I think it was one of the highest grossing films of Nineteen seventy-six like maybe top three which is understandable. Because it's so good but it's also kind of like what is it a kids movie like you could see it marketed. That way because aside from three or four adults it's all kids but it's very adult yet it is about. I think the thing it sounds like you're responding to. I responded to is sort of it is about the light the inner life of kids in a certain way throughout all the different characters and their experience of competition and being a loser being not good at sports. It's that too and then it has. These really dramatic turns that scene between Walter Matthau Tony on the dugout man. Holy Shit US heavy right. Yeah no it's really. Yeah that's they both do an awesome job in that scene. It's really really great. She's crying cut back to him and he's got tears in his eyes. What do you think about how they kind of handle the turn for its underplayed? Like butter doesn't have this big speech where he's like realizes the his ways and you know what he does. Tell them like let this. Let's go out there and do your best like he realizes that he got carried away right like the VIC moral character. He's being an asshole and the kids aren't having fun because they're having fun. They're not playing well again. Get back get back in here. I sit up next time I tell you to do something got damage you're doing or else you're off team and the rest of you. What's the matter with you all season long? You've been laughed at crack. Dong you got a chance to spit it back in their faces. Or what are you do? You're out there like a bunch of dead fish not listening on and plays mistakes. Don't you want to beat those bastards out there now and do the best you can? And that the decisions he would need to make to ensure victory would go against the very soul of what they're trying to do right. Do you like it. They don't give him this kind of grand speech. I love it I That scene I think is is so great that you know he has a little bit of a Tantrum and then he looks at these kids and honor how long it goes on of just everyone's faces and it goes back and forth between him and the kids and you see his face that he is realizing that That he's gone too far. That Vic Morrow is you know has gone too far that the adults are behaving inappropriately It's all at his face and I think that a of actors wouldn't be able to pull that off. That's an amazing scene. The scene were more smacks brandon. Cruz is was still shocking to me so I remember watching it now. I probably haven't seen this movie in twenty five years or something but watching it now. I forgot that was coming right. You try to hit them then you try to hit him because when you see a movie like this you don't expect at that moment that you're going to get something like that in a movie. That's as funny as this is as irreverent as this is the man when he smacks his son. Oh my God. That's a serious moment you know. It's a shocking kind of moment right. Every and the way they to your point about the scene in the dugout they just cut away to a bunch of shocked kid faces and vic.
"vic morrow" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Ripped on by. We're back here at sports overnight America Barry Vic Morrow working at at the sports byline sports desk on your final scores for the night. I'm GonNa just to Kinda rant and rave about what's been going on the Astros ben impressive passive. I really been impressive ever since they won the world series two years ago. I came up a little bit short in the playoffs a year ago but you last year it was Boston. It was Houston and it was the dodgers this year. I think it's a slightly different combination. I think it's the Yankees and not the red sox. Red Sox won't be participating in this. This year's postseason tournament are they actually eliminated from all contention under the Yankees did not clinch on Wednesday night. They had an opportunity to do so but failed and Toronto did pardon me Tampa Bay did their part. What's The anguish of yours truly here need the race lose any athletics to lose the Washington nationals to clinch their wildcard before the Indians take them on a week from Friday for the final series of the season White Sox phillies and nats? That's all it's left. I mean there could be more of if glue and get some help pretend antics to beat Detroit but they did it for. I think the Sixteenth Street time this season they're going to so they're gonNA end up finishing while depending on what happens on Thursday Gas Indians are GonNA end up finish a big sixteen or seventeen into against the Detroit Tigers. I like looking at the head the head stuff 'cause hundred and sixty two. It's it's easy to lose track of some things that could happen over the course of one hundred sixty two games but when you look at it nineteen nineteen games at at the time of the way that these teams matchup against their against all their adversaries and I look at it the Indians are sixteen in one seventeen in one against Detroit Jessica eighteen in one Thursday. That game is in Cleveland. I think that they got they got a chance to get done. That's a nine forty one winning percentage they had thought they swept the angels in Anaheim and in Cleveland they were swept by the bats they were not very impressive against all bunch of team. Am say they were one of three gets the braves they were. They had a losing record against the Chicago. They got a chance to write that actually they could they could finish ten had a nine with a sweet but at this point the way the Tampa's playing the way that the as are playing I they'd Cleveland needs to look at the poor teams that they're playing in. That's the the white sox and Detroit of course and they need to win all of those games and then they take two of three from Philly and from the nationals and might not even be enough now Oakland Oakland at Tampa they got they got to win their games as well and coming coming down the stretch here the Oakland A.'s are looking at Seattle for four the angels for two and taxes Axis. You're not gonNA get any help. they played the royals and were victorious. They took a three from the royals here Texas Texas Anaheim and Seattle. It's divisional opponents. It's the way the schedule supposed to be made out. I'm like Cleveland schedule. Philly in the nationals regionals those are the last two series of the season I in for for for both sides that it doesn't make sense doesn't make sense for the NFL lease it doesn't make sense for the six straight close out season on the road for Cleveland Three of Chicago three Washington they they got Detroit at home on Thursday and then weekend series against the Philadelphia phillies and then that's it and the question is will it actually be the end I as they were underwhelming. I think that the front office definitely deserves the shame aim of missing the postseason with the type of roster that they have and by the way they started pushed Francisco Linda or out the door. We look at September twenty ninth in Washington. DC Francisco Lindores last game Cleveland Indians Corey Kluber the B. In his last days in the threats. I think that many of conceded Jason Kipness is dot as Cleveland Indian. I I don't know where he goes next because I think he has to matter. I and I don't know if he becomes a utility player. Converted outfielder babies Swiss army knife is right handed so he could play everywhere might get dirty. Probably your emergency catcher. She's GonNa Pitch and I thought that he played the outfield pretty well. I mean you know the Indians have a habit of putting players out there or that. I've never played a physician before and sometimes it looks really really really bad and sometimes they rush players back from injury and it looks really really bad and sometimes sometimes they just won't call up a young player in favor of a you know in favor of a diminishing veteran. I don't see that with Houston. I don't see that with the New York Yankees have a lot of reclamation projects and they don't pan out either but when you look at the opening day roster Mr Roster that included Leona Martine great story coming back from the illness and everything to play ball again so the Indians for like three days when he got sick and I think he got a lot more leeway for an underwhelming performance early in the season they made Adolf for it. They finally called up Oscar Marco Fred siskel indoor healthy kipness and Ramirez snapped out of their slumps but it costs them their gramophones. They're heard of that thing before before. Giancarlo Stanton broke his Hammett bone back in her fractured his own back in April I yeah like half my field on the shelf due to a due to the stupid bone stupid insignificant thoughtless rude bone in the in the hand brake digit you tape it up. You'll play ball Hammett bone. Apparently you're better off breaking your vertebrae then you're breaking your own is a baseball player. National League's got its excitement to hell cubs not helping themselves against the Cincinnati reds red steak. The season series reds did not finishing last and they sure seemed destined for that at one point but COBB'S L. They're like the Indians had no one to blame but themselves for for missing the postseason post-season should that come to be eight eleven against Cincinnati reds. They're nine and ten against Milwaukee Walkie not quite done with St Louis yet guy got Saint Louis. If I'm reading this right home-and-away hanaway serious so they're gonNA play seven between Chicago and St Louis over the last ten days of the season unbelievable unbelievable they were eleven five against Pittsburgh. They were four against Seattle but they it's GONNA show if Milwaukee St Louis they got the upper hand but we'll see I mean that's series is far far from that season. Series is far from over. We're throw to a break appreciate everybody listening out there on espionage Radio Mary Mara will have your final scores Major League baseball on the other side any of.
"vic morrow" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"I don't know maybe just divided up a little bit or if you're l._S._U.. fucking fix your fucking library so I'm not picking sides on that one. I just thought that it was excessive to have a lock room. Look like that and look like shit a funny enough. When I was at the library estimated it would actually doing the library over? I can kind of combine the two stories here would I did. I actually went online to reserve a book. I actually do have a library cod and there was a bomb. There's no longer in circulation. Call outrageous conduct conduct tom you the twilight zone Biz that the old T._v.. Show Doria his brought back in. I was eighty two or eighty three. There was a movie twilight zone the movie and during the filming of that <hes> enact a VIC morrow <hes> in two child actors what killed there was a helicopter crash while filming a scene on the fucking one kid was crushed by the helicopter and the other kid in Vic Morrow would decapitated ended ended up resulting in this crazy trial in Hollywood like I said eighty two eighty three and it was a huge book on it outrageous conduct in if you wanted to buy it online that was like one hundred dollars because it's no longer in circulation so observe that at the library and went to pick it up. I just started last night. It's <hes> I guess it. It makes you know a lot of Hollywood Hollywood. Look bad I mean the books thirty all but it's supposed to be a real good one and a couple of the books I I've been I've been funded through soccer that it is true story all one hundred percent troy. Oh Yeah Yeah Vic Morrow he was on he was actually the coach of the Yankees. In the bad news is and <hes> he he was killed. He was decapitated filming the scene and it turns out it was illegal. They weren't supposed to fill in at night. The kids weren't supposed you on the set basically John Landis who was the director he also directed animal house he fucking Brokaw shitload rules and you know the books about like Hollywood arrogance and ego and you know basically people pushing the envelope <hes> and after that accident did ended up become they ended up coming out with a whole bunch of new regulations as far bombing and stuff it really was it changed a shitload all back 'cause 'cause I mean I've done commercial shoots not a bad deal Hama Brag but on the other side when I did Biz does B. C.. It was no rules. We did a completely guerilla style but when you're dealing with these big productions I mean these people can only be on onset a certain amount of time. If you ended up going over time you gotta Pam time and a half you can't there's so many fucking rules. That's why it's so expensive to put on these big movies because of the things you have to pay for I mean I mean even nowadays and as you see rarely you stunt double stunt doubles and dying and stuff like that actually one died during the filming of Deadpool two in Vancouver. Yes it was a female woman yet recycle driver her and she ended up going through a pane of glass and she died so I understand why they have all these rules in place but that's an interesting little tidbit there with that book yeah and also <hes> he was acquitted John John Landis. Whoever else did no nobody he was convicted of like went to jail or anything and then what happened? I saw similar story it was I think I'm going to say five or six years ago. There were filming a movie about Gregg Allman Gregg allman movie and it was a dream sequence and they were filming on on a bridge.
"vic morrow" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Oh boy, I got something for you in this one hit me. Okay with the bishops Vic Morrow still being a dick, just quit the league you guys suck note. Once again, we'll say Vick moral probably great actor. I did not know a lot about Vic, because I found about him, the TV show. Who's like Americans some kind of army show or something of the tank show. I forget patrol actually died onset on the twilight movie. He was on land was directing his segment. How was decapitated to a helicopter blade also the father of Jennifer, Jason Leigh, really? That's her. The moral is Denver's leased at I thought. Finley, Vivian and Vic moral really. I thought it was Tony Curtis. No, that's Jamie. Lee Curtis Messer dealer. Jim curtis. Jennifer, Jason Leigh or step sisters, how Lee Vivian Lee is Jamie Curtis's. Mom, Jennifer Jason Leigh with Vic moral is no way living lease. Not jimmy. A second daily Curtis. His mom is Janet Lee from psycho. Yeah, Vivian lease from the forties. Kick up the wind there is this. Wow. Was still listening. Who are these old time? What was the name? Jennifer, Jason Denver. Jay's generally, there's a there's a Jamie Lee Curtis connection. If there's not I will admit that I'm wrong looks Jarrett. Lii was Jamie leakers his mum was the Reeker's. Is your dad? Okay, let's get leaker. They look the same as to okay. Jennifer Lea moral immoral. Okay. Gotcha. Vic, that's I that's her dad. Jennifer, Jason Lee's old Vic moral. The league come from them, whose mom, Barbara Turner. I guess other actors have a why we're the league come from. Jennifer, Jason Leigh at that. There is a maybe that's like her middle name. And I guess I just don't let shit cable. Doesn't matter. Because now it gets more information about the bad news bears TV show that I'm gonna tell you about right now at me. Okay. Here we go. I went to the cast and got here, Jack warden I said Weston. Yes, Gencor or Nabet butter maker. Hold on real quick, Ahmad up the tree. Oh, Sanjar show moment in nineteen. Yes. Is he six and some white pass? Parents in the theater that I saw this movie. I remember took their kids out why. Because 'cause Noli is was there a blanket back. But as a negative black had can you imagine do there? So. Nineteen seventy six you're probably five years old yet. Yes. When this when this when I see this movie is movie comes out in June. I'm about to turn six. So what I'm assuming you ask your parents to take you to this. Yeah. Oh my God. It's kids and also to be fair. My parents were moving people, so they would just take us to move Melman. I think it was a real movie. Gotcha. Mom nuts much. But she went along for the ride, but my dad loved go to whatever. So this was we saw everything you know what I'm saying? You didn't take his already chip. But like this was going to be on the menu regardless because he liked Walter Matthau, the fact that it was kids movies. Well, he's like, oh my God. It's a twofer, you know, who else use that ally Ross parents way made aware off stat among took him to all the movies. Yeah. Anything whatever let's go to the movies. What's on? Doesn't matter every movie counts in the end there how we wound up what he when his parents took him, I'm gonna say the exorcist..
Max Landis Accused of Sexual and Emotional Abuse by Eight Women in New Exposé
"Screenwriter max landis he's facing allegations of sexual abuse and psychological manipulation from eight different limit who told their stories to the daily beast now you might not know who max landis is right off the top of your head but he is the son of director john landis john landis he directed the thriller music video he didn't american werewolf in london and he also got into a lot of trouble because of the onset accident on the twilight zone movie in the early eighties which resulted in the death of multiple people including actor vic morrow Several child actors the helicopter fell on them, and it was really grisly, a lot of laws changed as a result of that accident. So putting him into context here. he's our he's a screenwriter and actually laurie he has written screenplays for several major movies that were released in earlier this decade so two of the women were speaking on the record five identified by pseudonyms an eighth woman confirmed that she filed a police complaint against landis all the way back in two thousand eight and this woman alleged that he had sexually assaulted her while she was drunken incapacitated the case was later dropped and three of the women alleged that landis choke them when women alleged atlanta's held her down and raped her in would deliberately humiliate her because he wanted to have sex with her while she was crying two more women described accounts of alleged sexual misconduct on movie sets no max landis is not commenting on the story right now however the director of one of the films which he wrote the screenplay for said that he one hundred percent believes every word of this article this is director josh trank he said on twitter he said to read about the tear he's inflicted on oh many women since then makes me sick to my stomach and in fact he kicked max landis off of the set of that movie back in two thousand twelve years of how he behaved hurts women because of how he behaved towards women so this just was a big open secret and now there was a woman on twitter who spoke out about this and then that led to other people coming forward with their story so that's why we're hearing about it today in this article published by the
"vic morrow" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Television. These guys. Really can't go anywhere where you're not known. Is there are there was one time? I can if I go out with Lassie. By the way, I'm on universal doing something. I'm writing for show or whatever. And I'm wandering around because I never really wrote. I just made it look like I was always the George Carter. Will you look annoyed? So they think you're working, and I just take a walk, and I walk around the corner, and there's laughing, and this is the most unbelievable colleague. I mean, you can't even imagine what this dog looks like it's a billion dollar, and I should come see says, it's read AXA take me into the trailer. And there's lots and next to Lassie is like this. He's twitching. And it looks the harassment. Here's it's just a bad looking. And he said that's the last. Well, and there's a fire. What's going on? You gotta go down. Wrote into. Propellers talk has to pull people out of holes and other lousy standard being groomed. Watching watching the other dog getting blown out pockets of the United States that we're like bigger than others. We're Seinfeld didn't take off or Europe or the world. You know, what's funny 'cause I got a I got a letter from Yemen. And I'm like Yemen north to south Yemen, north, okay, fine. Yemen. But then so I'm I'm doing this show. I'm doing art with George sequence supposed to go to England and then to Germany or whatever. And he says, oh, I just got word Seinfeld. That's so big in Germany. Also, not so big in England. No, really, no. I didn't like it. But everywhere else. I know it did it did very well in the Middle East for reasons. Does funny. Yeah. It's huge. I would say it's called over there. Yeah. Fifty percent of the male. I get is from Australia. That's where the George bar is in Melbourne. Wait a minute. Yeah. You get work theme when you're going for a drink. It's all the garbage Claire. Like, it's every my my neural of outside, and it's huge. It's huge. Food food from the stuff that we would have talked about on the show the big salad. We let me say something when you're gonna hit show because on other shows, which were not the worst. I came to Seinfeld one day when you're number one show you have a deli lay out there. I've never seen carving for a while. They were trying to get away with an entire side of beef. There was actually I for some reason I was in the writer's room. I think in season six and they were interviewing new caterers for the show. And I happen to be I was never in the office. But I happened into the office when Jerry was interviewing caterer and she said, so what's the weekly budget on the catering and Jerry looked at her like she had two heads and went unlimited. Budgeting very tight very tonight. Is it true that they gave George, and I didn't know this until today when I was in all the office were one size too small my sleeves in. My pant legs were now. That's funny. Yeah. So always uncomfortable. Always a little off not only uncomfortable. But. They were guests leading mad. Where's shirt one week of it show up two weeks later another episode? I did I did my arms. Shirts fit. The first time. We were Wayne one one listener wrote an question, Sharon Stone. Sharon stone. Did you actually see it actually? That's a famous the interrogation scene. Let me just say this. Everybody wants to know Johnstone. In Basic Instinct, her take was that she was fold into that scene by the director. I understand that so easy to be fooled by hoping because she's wearing dirty jeans. And he speaks in the Dutch accent. When he's coming to. Hello how he's spooning me. But one thing I would say is one must like the area. Thank you. Wow. And then getting bid on by which was worth that. Or getting spin on by the of and. Spielberg saw me in that scene. And that's why I got cast to be spat upon. Did you ask him? Ask him. What got better? This is missing. So that whole inspiration for Jurassic Park with her. Yeah. Yeah. The Stephen Hendry world. Oh, you're not gonna believe. Sharon had kept her legs crossed. And you'd never have the sequels never thought they're doing the interrogation. What did he see steams Gobert ever say what it was that? He saw on you play the villain. Well, first of all I never met him until I got to the set. I was cast my. I'm an agency at the time. My agent cautious. I sitting down. No, sit down. I don't particularly want to Steven Spielberg just case. Okay. Did you sit down? I'm like, no. I n -ticipant good things happening north of one. He does. With that person. It's just one of those. I can't believe it. We got a call for acting. This is not unusual. JFK and. I'll just don't come something. You have words today. You think you can handle? Oliver Stone also. Everybody your whole career is based on you're looking at her. Only people want to see is the trailer with her spreading her legs. I happen to be. Title JFK, Oliver Stone, you work with pretty major director in those days. Don't be prior to Seinfeld. Oliver Stone very cool to work with. You know, I once like this week. I'm having a tooth pulled. Anyway. That's all. Unbelievable. I often for him twice. And it was interesting both in that. Well, I'll tell you the platoon story. I went in to meet him for platoon, and he had this wonderful. British woman was his casting director, and I walk in and she's taking into the room. And he's he's basically sitting on a throne this chair and before the toilet before before she can be civil. Oliver stone. This is Jason Alexander bef- before she can get it out. He goes, well, let me tell you something about the movie everybody's going to boot camp. You don't get through boot camp movie contracts. I don't care about any sag people. I don't care. I can't have any any. You know, what's is out there? I can't. And he's going there's going to be snakes. He's gonna be bugs. It's going to be live, ammo helicopters. You're going to be in the John. I can't have any wuss. He's out there. I remember. And I look at this guy because we haven't said low, and he's given me this tirade. And I looked at him. And the thing was in the news at the time. And I said does the name Vic Morrow mean anything.
"vic morrow" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That are trending right here in the great city of Los Angeles on social media etcetera and the big one over the last twenty four hours twenty four forty eight hours has been Anthony router this guy who is suspected in a string of burglaries arrested at Malibu hills campsite for carrying a rifle in violation of his parole. Now, there's a few things going on here. They believe that he is a burglary suspect or he is a burglary suspect there is also a chance depending on how ballistics comes back on the rifle that he was carrying or any other weapons. They may find with him whether or not that rifle would be tied to the shooting of tristen Bo debt the really weird out of left field guy camping with his two daughters. Yeah. Intent not there were other people reported shotgun damage to their cars and they're living. They can do with that. But I love this that Calabasas burglary suspect described by family member as Rick. If by reclusive, you mean living up to the Malibu mountains in a remote campsite and only only checking in for holidays. Right. And even then he would leave in the middle of the night and say, I've got to go back to my cave. So this dude was on state parole. Right. Yes. I believe it was state parole. Martyr. Mandatory check ins place of residence the large oak tree right off of. Panga? Yeah. That's it. I don't know. I guess you're right. They would have to check his place. Did you knock? I didn't hear it there. That was airing the Bank the big one. But this. Yeah. And they were we talked with Eric Leonard yesterday. He's been on this story for NBC four the ballistics tests of the the crime scene itself. I mean, the tend to cetera whatever shot was fired that killed tristen bodak expired far away wasn't close to the ten and if you're far enough away, there's no way you're going to have any ability to know who's in attend who you're gonna hit behind that fabric is randomly shot. At a tent could have just as easily killed one of the little girls. Who is in the in the same way, they didn't reveal the caliber of the weapon that murdered the man they're not revealing the caliber of the weapon in this case either. But there is a I have it on good authority that we're you would go bet the farm on these odds that it is the same weapon. Facebook now says that hackers have access data twenty nine million accounts part of the security breach. That we first told you about a couple of weeks ago. Originally, they said fifty million accounts could have been affected, but they're not quite sure if they had been misused or not I don't want to swim downstream. Yes. But if you turn off your mic in three seconds. I'll tell you what the weapon was in three two one. Oh, wow. Okay. All right. I'm in. We just put our lunch. There was a homeless guy accused of molesting a girl at a hurricane shelter. This in the aftermath of her got an accent. There the aftermath of hurricane Michael sixty year old guy, John Stapleton, inappropriately touched the girl inside Davidson middle school used to house those forced to evacuate during the storm witness told cops she saw a video of the young victim being touched and lewd manner underneath her clothing. Why did she see a video of this? Unlike live videos, that means they don't know or they went back and rolled up the video I've never heard of Okaloosa county. I think at this point I think they're just playing with scrabble, tiles and pulling out six letters and pretty soon we're gonna have an Appalachia LUSA and Ohka kala. There was an EMMY winner an EMMY winning crew member who died on the set of the next Mr. Rogers movie, we haven't had enough of them. So Tom Hanks is going to be playing Mr. Rogers in this upcoming movie guy named James M's Willer won an EMMY in two thousand fifteen was taking a smoke break when he had a heart attack. They make it sound like there was a stunt that went wrong and he fell off a balcony he probably died from the heart attack and fell off the ballot. Yeah, this not exactly Vic Morrow and two Vietnamese kids of the Santa Clarita river, although the twilight zone was a great movie. It turns out that he was taking a U UPENN mercy hospital and pronounced dead about three hours later. His EMMY was for outstanding sound mixing for a limited series for the HBO production of Bessie. Yeah. That's those Emmys that they do during the commercial. Nobody nobody saw that one except except the other crew members well yesterday, we're still seeing all of this trending stuff from Connie as visit to the White House. Here's here's by the way, the Connie talking about when he took his phone out of his pocket, and what did show the president something brought a gift with me right here. This right here is playing one highest.
"vic morrow" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"On the show today, ideas about hacking the law. How did you even start to think about what you want to do? I did study law because of a kind of dreamy idea about what the law is. This is Vic Morrow. He's a legal advocate. There's this philosopher Yergin Hubbard moss who has this book between facts and norms, and he says, democracy should be this big open conversation about fundamental questions. Like what kind of world do we want to build together what we all want another? Where do we want to go together? And then law is the thing that takes the conclusions the findings from those conversations and turns them into actual rules and institutions that shape our lives. And I, I love this idea of law as the kind of the thing that translates between our dreams about Justice on the one hand and real life on the other hand between facts and norms. But that is not the world we live in. A lot of the rules in a lot of places are decent, but there's a huge gap. Oftentimes the people who need those rules, the most have never even heard of them. And the systems that are supposed to enforce those rules are corrupt are broken. Both. Baked began to see this problem when he was a young lawyer. So he wanted to figure out a way to give the power of the law back to the people. Here's feedback Maru on the Ted stage. Own until you both someone I'm going to call them Ravi, none. The. Roby's from a community of herds, people in Gujarat on the western coast of India. Same place. My family comes from when he was ten years old, his entire community was forced to move because a multinational corporation constructed a manufacturing facility on the land where they lived. Then twenty years later, the same company built a cement factory one hundred meters from where they live now. India's gut strong environmental regulations on paper, but this company has violated many of them dust from their factory covers rubies mustache in everything. He wears. Roby's says that if people or animals eat anything that grows in his village or drink the water, they get sick. Roby has appealed to the company for years. He said, I've, I've written so many letters. My family could cremate me with them. They would need the binding would. He said the company ignored every one of those letters. And so in two thousand thirteen rubbing under decided to use the last means of protests. He thought he had left. He walked to the gates of that factory with a bucket of petrol in his hands intending to set himself on fire. Roby is not alone in his desperation, the UN estimates that worldwide four billion people live without basic access to Justice, but we've been choosing to ignore it. Right now in Sierra Leone in Cambodia in Ethiopia, farmers are being cajoled into putting their thumbprints on fifty year lease agreements, signing away all the land. They've ever known for a pittance without anybody even explaining the terms. Right now in the United States in India in Slovenia, people like Ravi are raising their children in the shadow of factories or mines that have poisoning their air and their water during by mental laws that would protect these people, but many have never seen those laws. Let alone having a shot at enforcing them. And the world seems to have decided. That's okay. So how does this happen? I mean, I know it's sort of a naive question, but how is it that in most of the world, there are laws that unpaid-for look great. But if you look closer, you would see that that's actually not the case. Yeah. How why is that? Part of it is that it's just much easier to put things down on paper than it is to bring those rules to life in some places everywhere. There are still rules that are in and of themselves repressive. The ones that we have that are good. They are often hard one, but that is not the only battle that you need to fight you needed. Then fight a second battle which involves actually breathing life into those rules, making them concrete and real people. Something about law and lawyers has gone wrong. We lawyers are usually expensive first of all, and we tend to focus on formal court channels that are impractical for many of the problems people face. Worse. Our profession has shrouded law in a cloak of complexity. Let me come back to rugby 2013..
"vic morrow" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"This is definitely not what I meant by accident, but but. It was an accident and it was incredible. Well, we only missed one day. We all shut down for twenty four hours. He like, got clearance to finish, and then he finished it, but he really was not right. Foale was spended for something on a wire. It was just a standard they rigged. They just rigged. I mean, I don't. I'm not a right, right. What do they call those guys kaffirs grips, yes, electrical or lighting department was incredibly great, but just I don't know. They, you know, I saw the clamps. I mean, you know, we had a very, we'd have a really good guy who's never had an accident before he and he clamped it at just fell. I don't know. Shit happens. It was in the diner and he had clamped it to the side of the wall, the rig that they did the next day. It was on like an umbrella type thing and it hung down over the table. I think what hit Lucas was the metal bar that it was kind of like clamp, right ram and Lucas is a pretty strong guy. His martial arts background, I think he was miraculous able to. I still often think if it had been Noah, who's the other friend who's the road? I, I really think he would have been killed. That's terrifying weird the way it landed. It was me Lucas. Tessier producer just squirming manager. Like I have instead of having this nice, you know, indie movie in being interviewed by you for your podcast. I could be like, you know, he could have been my Vic Morrow. Anybody. I think he's over. I think he. Twilight zone reference note, of course, I right and it was. It was tragic and and it's something to always be aware of on any film set. And I mean for something in a light, non stunt scenes scenes, they're just sitting in a diner right that we did always low-budget driving scenes and the dish. We diner scene. Crazy fell on his head and the head with a little bar. It. No, it was like a fifty. I don't mean to dwell on it, but I sometimes still have flashbacks and it was of very, very large, heavy metal thing. I've seen rigs like that on ceilings and what they do is they push boards onto the sides of the ceilings and they add pressure, and that's how they get their rigging up there. You're right? Yeah, you can't see it. And I've, I've always wondered how the hell they also on top of his head, just this crash, the guy, it really is an incredible lighting. Yeah. I mean, the movie Lucas was like immediately. We're all like, oh my God, please don't sue us, please don't do as I please don't die. And then please, that's wish. Number one is please don't. I wish number two is pleased me well enough to come back and finish this. This scene very quickly. He came back the next day. Everybody applauded him. He felt really good like, yeah. He was loving wish. Number three is please don't have any long term damage, and so that you'll you'll sit empty, doesn't I? So that. So that was a happy fucking accident. Yes, I was trying to think of something else, but yeah, that happened is well that that's that's pretty big, right. Well, so editing is last age of stories. Right? The more traditional. Actually when they're when they're, there's a shot of car when they're they're fucking in a car and the and the cat runs across the screen that was great. Saw that couldn't figure out what the hell that was little cat. Okay, good. No, in big fan, there's a rat runs across. That's like the lucky. So maybe that's a thing. Now the cat just randomly ran across the cats still do that. They need to be taken to all right folks breaking in briefly to remind you that issue thirty three of backstory magazine can be read at backstory dot.
"vic morrow" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Consulate back with the Tom shillue show. We're here with Pat, Dixon and Matt Heisman. Matt's got a lot to promote, you know, a huge fan of American ninja warrior. We're taking shows from you that your favorite shows that would never make it in today's. I guess you could call it politically sensitive environment right phrasing. Yes. So let's take the shows let's blast through. And we get so many calls in air. Let's kind of go through j in Denver, Colorado. What's your show? Dean Morton, celebrity roast in Sanford and son, absolutely Sanford and son again, making light of racial issues and red FOX as a kid I used to watch this show. I didn't know what a dirty comedian. He was at the time. Sure. But he and his son would fight over. All all different call the gorilla. He did. Yeah. Gorilla cookies black people other ruthless against everybody ruthless against everybody. Jay, thanks for the recommendation and the Dean Martin roasts. Yes. They would. I mean is as funny because the roses so dirty now, even the comedy central roaster dirty. But they're not in the same way. They're not as politically incorrect as those Davis. Was unbelievable. Jordan. In where Alabama. Correct, sir. Thank you, Tom. Hello, pay one show. That'll make is one that won't show. That would not make it nowadays is family ties. You can't have a young Republican in a good family. You tomorrow. You're right. It wouldn't be that is so true. Look at Roseanne. It wouldn't be funny to people they'd say that's not funny because his parents would have to they would have to kick them out. Yeah. Yeah. They were very belligerent house. What would make it George? Alf alpacas alien. That's right. He was. Thank you, George. Not with these borders. Did you were you? I I never watched alpha. I felt like I was a little that. I was a little too old for it. Yeah. I kind of miss that window episodes that show. Yeah. It was it was it was wonderful. It was. All right. It'll get rebooted. It wasn't the guy who wrote Alf he was that famous guy that was portrayed in the movie as a you know, he was a real drug addict and a crazy person. Right. Oh, yeah. That's right. Yeah. Absolutely. Who has that? That was find that movie for Ben Stiller played in the film at permanent midnight, permanent midnight. Yes, he was writing for Alf by day, but stall coke benders at night. Yes. I interviewed that guy on on crime report. He is a nutty. Do you did? Yeah. Why am I supposed to know? It was a couple years ago. Eric. Oh, it's Almaden, California. Let you know that on FOX network in the same one, you watch Simpsons and everything on out here. Yeah. In the day on a Saturday. You will see four to five episode of Luke's. Oh, yeah. So it's still on. I mean, it's rocking. And they use it as filler all the time and everybody else stick a pair of rabbit ears on your TV when everything went digital few years ago, like seven became seven point one and all that point two seven point three point two point all these channels. That's where all these all in the family. They all live. It sounds like a conspiracy day watched them all the time. I just watched all in the family the other day, Jefferson fantastic. You can still watch their there forever. Thanks for the call Eric quickly. Tony name the show. I know what you're gonna say combat combat. I used to love it who's it Vic Vic Morrow Vic Morrow combat didn't do so. Well, we'll be right back before my time. Seattle is proud to partner with the Seattle. Seahawks. Carter Subaru and thirty ten weight loss for life and honoring college success foundation as our charity of the month. Find out more at minor. You can also walk the basis and watch the hilarious. Celebrities sprint for kids in the outfield. And just when you thought it couldn't get better. There will be great food drinks and tailgate games like giant, MS Pac man, a chance to sing karaoke and macklemore.
"vic morrow" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The weather channel forecast yes more rain is in the forecast today cloudy with some showers high of eighty two showers tonight showers tomorrow high of seventy eight on off this is the leftover remnants of alberta because i heard that was going to the ohio river valley so maybe it's just a the ongoing pattern dragging up a bunch of moisture from down here yeah curry temperatures dr sixty eight degrees right now at the inner harbor in downtown sixty six degrees in psych spill coming up all in the news at five thirty search goes on for missing national guardsmen following devastating flood in ellicott city all right let's head over the circle headlines for today the birthday challenge the fifth child of the jackson family mutt toya jackson remember she had a fondness for snakes john hinckley jr who tried to assassinate president reagan going to go with a mr hinckley la toya toya sixty two sixty three of nineteen forty two bring crosby records the best selling single of all time why chris in nineteen fortythree portrait of this very strong woman appeared on the cover of the saturday evening post hildegard don't think wartime oh rosie nineteen fifty three sir edmund hillary and another become the first to reach the summit of mount everest years later this would prove controversial why he lied no she lives hillary named after sir edmund hillary but she was born wave before he reached the top of over waiting nineteen eightyseven the jury in la finds twilight zone movie director john landis and four of his associates innocent of involuntary manslaughter in the movie set death of this actor combat vic morrow vic morrow is correct two thousand four the national world war two memorial is dedicated this year the signs posted at the world war two memorial said what this year this year please do not swim in the world war i remember when i was first opened up on memorial day weekend it was so hot they had people the kids were in their swimming in the memorial so today by the way is a put a pillow on your fridge day do you have any idea of what that's all about so you sleep better at night no i used to use before refrigerators they use something called larders frank might be familiar with these cool spaces where they stored food before the advent of.
"vic morrow" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"When when i went to work with on the first time to meet with him because he's jack palance and there are overtones and it turned out to be just a great guy good sense of humor and and and a pleasure to work with here was taking a star of motion pictures and putting him in a tv series and the time life is a totally different one and where we would be shooting twelve pages a day where feature shoot three he was right on it with his right up to he was professional much like ford was earlier in cates county okay it's county was another show you did that's right i was telling gilbert out here i mean of course we read the list of all the the the screen icons that you directed but we have a real fondness for character actors on this show richard we had joey pants here oh bruce dern was here jessica walter and ron liebman were here we love these people we love we love the character actors and i was reading to gilbert martin landau richard boone glenn ford raymond burr carroll o'connor george kennedy vincent gardenia i mean this this wonderful listener beatty terence stamp eg marshall who we who we loved vic morrow of course your old friend what what what a wonderful group of a great american character actors what a great opportunity head incredible and credible yes i remember the the leonard nimoy i know what's the leonard nimoy was the martin alive.
"vic morrow" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Pat cash rain roman got laura lord dickerson the hills have eyes yeah let's given i went home after seeing it a friend's house but i was home alone in freaked out and to my friends mum to pick me backup because i didn't know when my parents would come home that is very sweet jesse kidder silent hill there never sought uh but that video game a scary other sairan used in the movies is very similar as many weather sirens around here it's not often that i hear it every time i do mmediately take him back to silent tool and is terrifyingly awesome jody nabil or a novel sorry jody's around on the page allott think for me it was the creeping flesh did not see this one an old british movie starring peter cushing christopher lee well christopher lee is all you need to say very scary looking dude about this is when our bodies joe mccormick and our robber lam over acceptable your mind would know about their their buffs of the older shawki weird or i am trying to see a betcha robert has a comment in here uh we'll see here uh brendan majette ski twilight zone the movie oh you know what dude that one scared me afterward 'cause i was the perfect age to be creeped out by that movie is not the one where like a bunch of people died in the production well aqap twer atta or something here three people died vic morrow jennifer jason lee's father uh died on a on a set with uh with two young vietnamese ably their vietnamese kids um they were decapitated in ah in john landis went to court it was the at one of the more horrifying stories of all time when people say i like that movie is cursed or something like that yeah man it was uh.
"vic morrow" Discussed on KWAM 990 Talk Radio
"The company's money all the way down to beat over just people saying creepy things onset or james franco what's happened with james franco where people like oh well he just wanted me to do a new seeing 'cause he wanted to see my breast while this is there there's a new scene if there is a new scene and a movie i mean these starts to get berry equivocal at certain point the next step is going after abusers and people who are doing things that in a basic treaty women without respect look there's nothing new poor director to want something more than can be safely achieved by the actors at hand they're just fantastic story out there back in the late eighties of james cameron directing the abyss and ultimately having a ed harris almost drowned in the process because he was such a perfectionist and yes was that dangerous to james cameron yes does this happened but the but that happened the 80s and there's always stories of this and and the hey look what happened john landis a on the set of twilight zone were vic morrow actually lost his life due to unsafe explosions in in an action set piece this is not a male or female thing because like i said you had james kerrmuir almost kill ever harrison you had vic moral actually get killed on the set at violates on what's going on with a firm and and the tarantino wanting to do a more dangerous stunt that's filmmaking and it's getting a little bit of attention because she's a woman and she was a hot actress at the time she those dealing with harvey weinstein stuff at the time but there's no defence of clinton tino because he kind seems like a jerk himself in general or even a defensive james cameron or john landis for that matter but these are things that happen a movie sets at have nothing to do with the sex of the person in in the role it has to do with a director wanting to achieve a vision and he may not have the safest thing in order that's why you have have unions and a stunt coordinator and you have people who are supposed to be in charge of the safety and we had some like that happened one a year and a half ago were stunned person did get killed by a trade vampire.
"vic morrow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Watson space again uh let's see combat with vic morrow that's right up there may be the best get some so far get smart and combat with the best lever to beaver again i got to say no i can't i really want to impress upon you that i it doesn't stand up at all it's a phony weird fake world leave it to be ver represents the sort of republican dream the republican dream world is the world of ward and june cleaver and while he and the beef and any haskell and lumpy clients rough rutherford the third that's that was what they wanted you think the 50s was like and that's what many people in the nostalgic zeke remember the tv show but it wasn't like that was it it wasn't like that at all you were the didn't plants around in a perfect dress all the time tightly since the belt still manned income all an act girl wearing a tweed soon smoke applied did he i don't think he did he came home sweaty an angry with a six back as the real world of the 50s also by the way as the time of beating up gay people beating of women of segregation it's it's the fake dream the so many trump voters are trying to get back to we want to make america great again really means we're looking for the leave it to be a world that never actually existed in the first place don't get me wrong the liberals got they have their own set of issues they kid themselves in in their own way and i'm just pointing out this one this time uh osce and harry it's my three sons neither at all like my three sons uncle charlie was creepy uncle charlie right how 'bout you which ones resonate with you at six one seven two five were ten thirty partridge family the twilight zone what was that by the way what was the show with a father was the doctor adding like kitt was a kid ricky nelson i'm i'm a little little fuzzy in there that how to do it oh yeah a car fifty four kinda goofy oh in laffan let me mr ed nope doesn't stand up and you know i want so much love laffan but it it was iit is not funny it was different at.
"vic morrow" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I think he was one of the most underrated actors of well i wanted to vic morrow he di he ended up die gene in one of the movie in the movie from a helicopter crash or something disney yes yeah they were savar it may go i've twilight zone movie that movie uh mr showing that divers who i think we've been seventy nine and not retry at very tragic story i mean basically on they were filming a as you know there four episodes made for the movie twilight zone the movie in the first one was an original john line this was the director in it basically called for vic to play a bigot who goes through kind of a twilight zone transformation worries all of a sudden use of black man in mississippi in the in the 1930s then he said jew in france string occupied france ends up in vietnam where he has a little bit of a mea culpa where he shakes two vietnamese kids and there's a c one crossing a river under fire and trying to rescue these kids and the helicopter ended up crashing on top of him mm killing him and two kids and it was a horrifying all find our seacock decapitated in this thing he was decapitated am dumb gut feeling horse was edited out of the actual move on the show and hopes it's very tragic and i agree with you vic mara was one of our most and um yeah it was horrible a tragedy and of course john land is his career as never recovered from that and it was an unfortunate accident tv seems to be going through and um yeah it was a horrible tragedy and of course john land is his career as never recovered from that and it was an unfortunate accident tv seems to be going through networks that was it now we've got everything would the twilight zone survive today with all these different outlets well what's interesting is i picked up the paper this morning and cbs during their quarterly um uh financial conference announced that they are going to revive the show in four there on all access network the same extra a network that's hosting star trek and so there and you know who they brought to you n to be the league guy they said in the article is jordan keo who.
"vic morrow" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"One under with the epa soaking encounter with george k in nepal brand which was a strange story of a of a japaneseamerican gardner who comes up to visit novel grand who's this us marine veteran who has a japanese samurai sword he took off a good officer jeff sword and there's one dialogue line and not now madam episodes were they say that georgia's bother help guide the plane to attack pearl harbor which was actually not true there was no evidence that japaneseamericans ever did anything anti american particularly with pearl harbor so they were afraid of upsetting the japaneseamerican community so the showing round once that's amazing rene thanks for call polling appreciate that how cool is that steve that was pretty good twenty two veterans on tonight that's pretty amazing i got robert redford on the line this although i'm just kidding let's go to walton pennsylvania welcome to the show hey walter i jordan greg can be on with you one figure thanks walt who are your window thank you against you mr rubin for bringing back the memories uh and that was stolen tabligh you and i are are members of the old duty fina galleries sure are here about a mickey mouse club yeah why uh we're talking about you you were mentioning that there are supposed to lead us curse of bob factors uh leaving their demise it what part of why joe enough one of my favorite actor is not one of the game was one of the most underrated actors of wall had when vic morrow he di he ended up dying in one of the movie in the movie from a helicopter crash or something disney yes yeah they were or it may apply you'll know movie the movie after mr showing that divers who i think we do seventy nine and retrigger a tragic story i mean basically on they were filming as you know there were four episodes nate for the movie twilight zone the movie in the first one wants an original john lime this was the director in a basically called for dick to play a bigot who goes through kind of a twilight zone transformation worries all of a sudden he's a black man in mississippi in the in the 19th authorities in any big june france during occupied france many ends up in vietnam where you have a little bit of a mea culpa where he shakes two vietnamese kids.
"vic morrow" Discussed on Nightline
"An risk is not something we eliminate risk is something we manage them we control chris palmer has built a career out of trying to make high flying high risk stunts safer i think the short version sometimes and i say a jokingly as i'm the adult supervision imani job is to try to identify the risks that are facing the product is resume includes work on more than seven hundred projects including the james bond series and a lupus has fallen and after the tragic helicopter accident that killed actor vic morrow and two children on the set of twilight zone palmer work to rework safety standards in hollywood i think that what we've seen with each you know highprofile accident in this industry because there is a lot of discussion in the industry well we're going to change things however the commitment and the actual follow through isn't always there what is there he says is pressure to perform with bigger better feats people expect to be wild it's also being driven by the distributors that if you're asking me to put up this kind of money for the rights to a film it's got to be something that's got a really good chance to be successful and big action still cells members of the crew not immune either in 2015 27yearold sara jones was killed while filming midnight writer on an active train trestle fast it was a quiet like people are i saw i remember hair i somebody say oh my god she's dead joyce gillard was on that day they wanted to get this sought fell.