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Tracing The Path
Episode 38: Who Silenced Alfred Hitchcock?

Tracing The Path

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 35:43


Alfred Hitchcock is known as the Master of Suspense and greatest director of the 20th Century. What made him different? Today's episode is the Six Degrees of Hitchcock as we encounter Cary Grant, Salvador Dali, John Steinbeck, Thornton Wilder, Ingrid Bergman, James Stewart, Jerry Mathers, Charles Gounod and J. M. Barrie. 

Mike & Mike Go To The Movies
Off Mike - THE LAST OF US, M3GAN, BABYLON, PLANE, and more!

Mike & Mike Go To The Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 75:05


This week, the Mikes have a lot to say about the first episode of THE LAST OF US! Plus, Mike S catches up with a ton of new releases, including M3GAN, PLANE, BABYLON, DUAL, SPIRITED, GLASS ONION, and more; Meanwhile, Mike D enjoys a screwball Cary Grant double feature and discovers that PUSS IN BOOTS: THE LAST WISH could have major implications for the future of this podcast.

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
GGACP Classic: Tippi Hedren

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 71:38


GGACP celebrates the birthday (January 19) of screen icon and activist Tippi Hedren by revisiting this memorable interview from 2017. In this episode, Tippi talks about her absorbing memoir ("Tippi"), her collaborations with co-stars Marlon Brando and Rod Taylor, her turbulent relationship with the legendary Alfred Hitchcock and her fifty-year mission to rescue and protect wild animals. Also, Cary Grant pays a visit, Sean Connery pays a compliment, JFK makes his move and Tippi befriends a raven from "The Birds." PLUS: Edith Head! "The Harrad Experiment"! Charlie Chaplin saves the day! Young Gilbert checks out "Marnie"! And the most dangerous movie ever made! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Film & Whiskey
O Brother, Where Art Thou? / Maker's Mark Cask Strength

Film & Whiskey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 59:03


Bob and Brad kick off their miniseries of Coen Brothers comedies with their 2000 film O Brother, Where Art Thou? A loose adaptation of The Odyssey, this film stars George Clooney in full Cary Grant mode, taking pratfalls and allowing himself to be the butt of the joke. Our hosts break the amazing Roger Deakins camerawork, as well as the vibrant cast of supporting characters. Meanwhile, they revisit the Maker's Mark brand for the first time since season 1 with Maker's Mark Cask Strength. At a $45 price tag, how will this 111-proof wheated bourbon hold up to its peers? Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Film & Whiskey Twitter Email us! Join our Discord server! Theme music: "New Shoes" by Blue Wednesday --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/filmwhiskey/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmwhiskey/support

Attaboy Clarence
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood...

Attaboy Clarence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 4:36


Once upon a time in Hollywood... The Secret History Of Hollywood is far larger than you may realise. TWELVE series are waiting for you right now, including the all-new experience... THIN: The Thin Man Story The lives and legends of Alfred Hitchcock, Audrey Hepburn, the Warner Brothers, Universal Horror, a murder mystery, Holmes & Watson, Cary Grant, Val Lewton, and so much more... A weekly Film Club invitation, movie commentaries, eBooks, appendix documentaries that run alongside the larger episodes, a private podcast feed, SMALL TALES (a monthly anthology of yesteryear's weird fiction), review shows, and access to a Classic Movie Library of of over 700 classic movies. Hollywood is yours - all you have to do is sign up now at https://www.patreon.com/attaboysecret Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
GGACP Classic: Dick Cavett & Robert Bader

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 91:37 Very Popular


GGACP salutes the new PBS documentary "Groucho and Cavett" with this ENCORE of a 2020 interview with legendary TV personality Dick Cavett and author-producer (and the documentary's writer-director) Robert Bader. In this episode, Dick and Robert weigh in on a variety of topics while looking back at Groucho Marx's numerous appearances on "The Dick Cavett Show." Also, Johnny Carson disses Jerry Lewis, Zeppo misses Chico's wedding, Cary Grant romances Amelia Earhart and Danny Kaye zings the Duchess of Windsor. PLUS: Orson Welles meets the Fuhrer! The lost novel of Truman Capote! The triumphant return of Richard Loo! James Mason stars in "The Honeymooners"! And Dick reflects on his friendship with Muhammad Ali! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in History
Eve Golden, "Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It" (UP of Kentucky, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:23


Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was driven not just to be an actress but to be a star. One of the most influential sex symbols of her time, she was known for her platinum blonde hair, hourglass figure, outrageously low necklines, and flamboyant lifestyle. Hardworking and ambitious, Mansfield proved early in her career that she was adept in both comic and dramatic roles, but her tenacious search for the spotlight and her risqué promotional stunts caused her to be increasingly snubbed in Hollywood. In Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It (UP of Kentucky, 2021), Eve Golden offers a joyful account of the star Andy Warhol called "the poet of publicity," revealing the smart, determined woman behind the persona. While she always had her sights set on the silver screen, Mansfield got her start as Rita Marlowe in the Broadway show Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?. She made her film debut in the low-budget drama Female Jungle (1955) before landing the starring role in The Girl Can't Help It (1956). Mansfield followed this success with a dramatic role in The Wayward Bus (1957), winning a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year, and starred alongside Cary Grant in Kiss Them for Me (1957). Despite her popularity, her appearance as the first celebrity in Playboy and her nude scene in Promises! Promises! (1963) cemented her reputation as an outsider. By the 1960s, Mansfield's film career had declined, but she remained very popular with the public. She capitalized on that popularity through in-person and TV appearances, nightclub appearances, and stage productions. Her larger-than-life life ended sadly when she passed away at age thirty-four in a car accident. Golden looks beyond Mansfield's flashy public image and tragic death to fully explore her life and legacy. She discusses Mansfield's childhood, her many loves—including her famous on-again, off-again relationship with Miklós "Mickey" Hargitay—her struggles with alcohol, and her sometimes tumultuous family relationships. She also considers Mansfield's enduring contributions to American popular culture and celebrity culture. This funny, engaging biography offers a nuanced portrait of a fascinating woman who loved every minute of life and lived each one to the fullest. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa (CEIE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Dance
Eve Golden, "Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It" (UP of Kentucky, 2021)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:23


Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was driven not just to be an actress but to be a star. One of the most influential sex symbols of her time, she was known for her platinum blonde hair, hourglass figure, outrageously low necklines, and flamboyant lifestyle. Hardworking and ambitious, Mansfield proved early in her career that she was adept in both comic and dramatic roles, but her tenacious search for the spotlight and her risqué promotional stunts caused her to be increasingly snubbed in Hollywood. In Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It (UP of Kentucky, 2021), Eve Golden offers a joyful account of the star Andy Warhol called "the poet of publicity," revealing the smart, determined woman behind the persona. While she always had her sights set on the silver screen, Mansfield got her start as Rita Marlowe in the Broadway show Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?. She made her film debut in the low-budget drama Female Jungle (1955) before landing the starring role in The Girl Can't Help It (1956). Mansfield followed this success with a dramatic role in The Wayward Bus (1957), winning a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year, and starred alongside Cary Grant in Kiss Them for Me (1957). Despite her popularity, her appearance as the first celebrity in Playboy and her nude scene in Promises! Promises! (1963) cemented her reputation as an outsider. By the 1960s, Mansfield's film career had declined, but she remained very popular with the public. She capitalized on that popularity through in-person and TV appearances, nightclub appearances, and stage productions. Her larger-than-life life ended sadly when she passed away at age thirty-four in a car accident. Golden looks beyond Mansfield's flashy public image and tragic death to fully explore her life and legacy. She discusses Mansfield's childhood, her many loves—including her famous on-again, off-again relationship with Miklós "Mickey" Hargitay—her struggles with alcohol, and her sometimes tumultuous family relationships. She also considers Mansfield's enduring contributions to American popular culture and celebrity culture. This funny, engaging biography offers a nuanced portrait of a fascinating woman who loved every minute of life and lived each one to the fullest. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa (CEIE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books Network
Eve Golden, "Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It" (UP of Kentucky, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:23


Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was driven not just to be an actress but to be a star. One of the most influential sex symbols of her time, she was known for her platinum blonde hair, hourglass figure, outrageously low necklines, and flamboyant lifestyle. Hardworking and ambitious, Mansfield proved early in her career that she was adept in both comic and dramatic roles, but her tenacious search for the spotlight and her risqué promotional stunts caused her to be increasingly snubbed in Hollywood. In Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It (UP of Kentucky, 2021), Eve Golden offers a joyful account of the star Andy Warhol called "the poet of publicity," revealing the smart, determined woman behind the persona. While she always had her sights set on the silver screen, Mansfield got her start as Rita Marlowe in the Broadway show Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?. She made her film debut in the low-budget drama Female Jungle (1955) before landing the starring role in The Girl Can't Help It (1956). Mansfield followed this success with a dramatic role in The Wayward Bus (1957), winning a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year, and starred alongside Cary Grant in Kiss Them for Me (1957). Despite her popularity, her appearance as the first celebrity in Playboy and her nude scene in Promises! Promises! (1963) cemented her reputation as an outsider. By the 1960s, Mansfield's film career had declined, but she remained very popular with the public. She capitalized on that popularity through in-person and TV appearances, nightclub appearances, and stage productions. Her larger-than-life life ended sadly when she passed away at age thirty-four in a car accident. Golden looks beyond Mansfield's flashy public image and tragic death to fully explore her life and legacy. She discusses Mansfield's childhood, her many loves—including her famous on-again, off-again relationship with Miklós "Mickey" Hargitay—her struggles with alcohol, and her sometimes tumultuous family relationships. She also considers Mansfield's enduring contributions to American popular culture and celebrity culture. This funny, engaging biography offers a nuanced portrait of a fascinating woman who loved every minute of life and lived each one to the fullest. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa (CEIE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Eve Golden, "Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It" (UP of Kentucky, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:23


Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was driven not just to be an actress but to be a star. One of the most influential sex symbols of her time, she was known for her platinum blonde hair, hourglass figure, outrageously low necklines, and flamboyant lifestyle. Hardworking and ambitious, Mansfield proved early in her career that she was adept in both comic and dramatic roles, but her tenacious search for the spotlight and her risqué promotional stunts caused her to be increasingly snubbed in Hollywood. In Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It (UP of Kentucky, 2021), Eve Golden offers a joyful account of the star Andy Warhol called "the poet of publicity," revealing the smart, determined woman behind the persona. While she always had her sights set on the silver screen, Mansfield got her start as Rita Marlowe in the Broadway show Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?. She made her film debut in the low-budget drama Female Jungle (1955) before landing the starring role in The Girl Can't Help It (1956). Mansfield followed this success with a dramatic role in The Wayward Bus (1957), winning a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year, and starred alongside Cary Grant in Kiss Them for Me (1957). Despite her popularity, her appearance as the first celebrity in Playboy and her nude scene in Promises! Promises! (1963) cemented her reputation as an outsider. By the 1960s, Mansfield's film career had declined, but she remained very popular with the public. She capitalized on that popularity through in-person and TV appearances, nightclub appearances, and stage productions. Her larger-than-life life ended sadly when she passed away at age thirty-four in a car accident. Golden looks beyond Mansfield's flashy public image and tragic death to fully explore her life and legacy. She discusses Mansfield's childhood, her many loves—including her famous on-again, off-again relationship with Miklós "Mickey" Hargitay—her struggles with alcohol, and her sometimes tumultuous family relationships. She also considers Mansfield's enduring contributions to American popular culture and celebrity culture. This funny, engaging biography offers a nuanced portrait of a fascinating woman who loved every minute of life and lived each one to the fullest. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa (CEIE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Biography
Eve Golden, "Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It" (UP of Kentucky, 2021)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:23


Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was driven not just to be an actress but to be a star. One of the most influential sex symbols of her time, she was known for her platinum blonde hair, hourglass figure, outrageously low necklines, and flamboyant lifestyle. Hardworking and ambitious, Mansfield proved early in her career that she was adept in both comic and dramatic roles, but her tenacious search for the spotlight and her risqué promotional stunts caused her to be increasingly snubbed in Hollywood. In Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It (UP of Kentucky, 2021), Eve Golden offers a joyful account of the star Andy Warhol called "the poet of publicity," revealing the smart, determined woman behind the persona. While she always had her sights set on the silver screen, Mansfield got her start as Rita Marlowe in the Broadway show Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?. She made her film debut in the low-budget drama Female Jungle (1955) before landing the starring role in The Girl Can't Help It (1956). Mansfield followed this success with a dramatic role in The Wayward Bus (1957), winning a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year, and starred alongside Cary Grant in Kiss Them for Me (1957). Despite her popularity, her appearance as the first celebrity in Playboy and her nude scene in Promises! Promises! (1963) cemented her reputation as an outsider. By the 1960s, Mansfield's film career had declined, but she remained very popular with the public. She capitalized on that popularity through in-person and TV appearances, nightclub appearances, and stage productions. Her larger-than-life life ended sadly when she passed away at age thirty-four in a car accident. Golden looks beyond Mansfield's flashy public image and tragic death to fully explore her life and legacy. She discusses Mansfield's childhood, her many loves—including her famous on-again, off-again relationship with Miklós "Mickey" Hargitay—her struggles with alcohol, and her sometimes tumultuous family relationships. She also considers Mansfield's enduring contributions to American popular culture and celebrity culture. This funny, engaging biography offers a nuanced portrait of a fascinating woman who loved every minute of life and lived each one to the fullest. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa (CEIE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books in Film
Eve Golden, "Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It" (UP of Kentucky, 2021)

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:23


Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was driven not just to be an actress but to be a star. One of the most influential sex symbols of her time, she was known for her platinum blonde hair, hourglass figure, outrageously low necklines, and flamboyant lifestyle. Hardworking and ambitious, Mansfield proved early in her career that she was adept in both comic and dramatic roles, but her tenacious search for the spotlight and her risqué promotional stunts caused her to be increasingly snubbed in Hollywood. In Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It (UP of Kentucky, 2021), Eve Golden offers a joyful account of the star Andy Warhol called "the poet of publicity," revealing the smart, determined woman behind the persona. While she always had her sights set on the silver screen, Mansfield got her start as Rita Marlowe in the Broadway show Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?. She made her film debut in the low-budget drama Female Jungle (1955) before landing the starring role in The Girl Can't Help It (1956). Mansfield followed this success with a dramatic role in The Wayward Bus (1957), winning a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year, and starred alongside Cary Grant in Kiss Them for Me (1957). Despite her popularity, her appearance as the first celebrity in Playboy and her nude scene in Promises! Promises! (1963) cemented her reputation as an outsider. By the 1960s, Mansfield's film career had declined, but she remained very popular with the public. She capitalized on that popularity through in-person and TV appearances, nightclub appearances, and stage productions. Her larger-than-life life ended sadly when she passed away at age thirty-four in a car accident. Golden looks beyond Mansfield's flashy public image and tragic death to fully explore her life and legacy. She discusses Mansfield's childhood, her many loves—including her famous on-again, off-again relationship with Miklós "Mickey" Hargitay—her struggles with alcohol, and her sometimes tumultuous family relationships. She also considers Mansfield's enduring contributions to American popular culture and celebrity culture. This funny, engaging biography offers a nuanced portrait of a fascinating woman who loved every minute of life and lived each one to the fullest. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa (CEIE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

New Books in Gender Studies
Eve Golden, "Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It" (UP of Kentucky, 2021)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:23


Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was driven not just to be an actress but to be a star. One of the most influential sex symbols of her time, she was known for her platinum blonde hair, hourglass figure, outrageously low necklines, and flamboyant lifestyle. Hardworking and ambitious, Mansfield proved early in her career that she was adept in both comic and dramatic roles, but her tenacious search for the spotlight and her risqué promotional stunts caused her to be increasingly snubbed in Hollywood. In Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It (UP of Kentucky, 2021), Eve Golden offers a joyful account of the star Andy Warhol called "the poet of publicity," revealing the smart, determined woman behind the persona. While she always had her sights set on the silver screen, Mansfield got her start as Rita Marlowe in the Broadway show Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?. She made her film debut in the low-budget drama Female Jungle (1955) before landing the starring role in The Girl Can't Help It (1956). Mansfield followed this success with a dramatic role in The Wayward Bus (1957), winning a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year, and starred alongside Cary Grant in Kiss Them for Me (1957). Despite her popularity, her appearance as the first celebrity in Playboy and her nude scene in Promises! Promises! (1963) cemented her reputation as an outsider. By the 1960s, Mansfield's film career had declined, but she remained very popular with the public. She capitalized on that popularity through in-person and TV appearances, nightclub appearances, and stage productions. Her larger-than-life life ended sadly when she passed away at age thirty-four in a car accident. Golden looks beyond Mansfield's flashy public image and tragic death to fully explore her life and legacy. She discusses Mansfield's childhood, her many loves—including her famous on-again, off-again relationship with Miklós "Mickey" Hargitay—her struggles with alcohol, and her sometimes tumultuous family relationships. She also considers Mansfield's enduring contributions to American popular culture and celebrity culture. This funny, engaging biography offers a nuanced portrait of a fascinating woman who loved every minute of life and lived each one to the fullest. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa (CEIE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books in Popular Culture
Eve Golden, "Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It" (UP of Kentucky, 2021)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:23


Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was driven not just to be an actress but to be a star. One of the most influential sex symbols of her time, she was known for her platinum blonde hair, hourglass figure, outrageously low necklines, and flamboyant lifestyle. Hardworking and ambitious, Mansfield proved early in her career that she was adept in both comic and dramatic roles, but her tenacious search for the spotlight and her risqué promotional stunts caused her to be increasingly snubbed in Hollywood. In Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It (UP of Kentucky, 2021), Eve Golden offers a joyful account of the star Andy Warhol called "the poet of publicity," revealing the smart, determined woman behind the persona. While she always had her sights set on the silver screen, Mansfield got her start as Rita Marlowe in the Broadway show Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?. She made her film debut in the low-budget drama Female Jungle (1955) before landing the starring role in The Girl Can't Help It (1956). Mansfield followed this success with a dramatic role in The Wayward Bus (1957), winning a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year, and starred alongside Cary Grant in Kiss Them for Me (1957). Despite her popularity, her appearance as the first celebrity in Playboy and her nude scene in Promises! Promises! (1963) cemented her reputation as an outsider. By the 1960s, Mansfield's film career had declined, but she remained very popular with the public. She capitalized on that popularity through in-person and TV appearances, nightclub appearances, and stage productions. Her larger-than-life life ended sadly when she passed away at age thirty-four in a car accident. Golden looks beyond Mansfield's flashy public image and tragic death to fully explore her life and legacy. She discusses Mansfield's childhood, her many loves—including her famous on-again, off-again relationship with Miklós "Mickey" Hargitay—her struggles with alcohol, and her sometimes tumultuous family relationships. She also considers Mansfield's enduring contributions to American popular culture and celebrity culture. This funny, engaging biography offers a nuanced portrait of a fascinating woman who loved every minute of life and lived each one to the fullest. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa (CEIE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/popular-culture

New Books in Women's History
Eve Golden, "Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It" (UP of Kentucky, 2021)

New Books in Women's History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:23


Jayne Mansfield (1933-1967) was driven not just to be an actress but to be a star. One of the most influential sex symbols of her time, she was known for her platinum blonde hair, hourglass figure, outrageously low necklines, and flamboyant lifestyle. Hardworking and ambitious, Mansfield proved early in her career that she was adept in both comic and dramatic roles, but her tenacious search for the spotlight and her risqué promotional stunts caused her to be increasingly snubbed in Hollywood. In Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn't Help It (UP of Kentucky, 2021), Eve Golden offers a joyful account of the star Andy Warhol called "the poet of publicity," revealing the smart, determined woman behind the persona. While she always had her sights set on the silver screen, Mansfield got her start as Rita Marlowe in the Broadway show Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?. She made her film debut in the low-budget drama Female Jungle (1955) before landing the starring role in The Girl Can't Help It (1956). Mansfield followed this success with a dramatic role in The Wayward Bus (1957), winning a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year, and starred alongside Cary Grant in Kiss Them for Me (1957). Despite her popularity, her appearance as the first celebrity in Playboy and her nude scene in Promises! Promises! (1963) cemented her reputation as an outsider. By the 1960s, Mansfield's film career had declined, but she remained very popular with the public. She capitalized on that popularity through in-person and TV appearances, nightclub appearances, and stage productions. Her larger-than-life life ended sadly when she passed away at age thirty-four in a car accident. Golden looks beyond Mansfield's flashy public image and tragic death to fully explore her life and legacy. She discusses Mansfield's childhood, her many loves—including her famous on-again, off-again relationship with Miklós "Mickey" Hargitay—her struggles with alcohol, and her sometimes tumultuous family relationships. She also considers Mansfield's enduring contributions to American popular culture and celebrity culture. This funny, engaging biography offers a nuanced portrait of a fascinating woman who loved every minute of life and lived each one to the fullest. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Centro de Educación Superior de Enseñanza e Investigación Educativa (CEIE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Every Rom Com
Every Rom Com 52: White Christmas

Every Rom Com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 144:09


Just in time for Christmas, Every Rom Com has paired up with Poppy from Confessions of a Closet Romantic to bring you one of the most beloved Christmas classics of all-time, “White Christmas.” In addition to a fair amount of gushing over costumes, music, and romance, we’ll also give you an historical overview of the song “White Christmas”, its connection to World War 2, and its writer Irving Berlin. We wrap the whole thing up with double feature recommendations, including some black and white classics you may want to discover this holiday season! 0:00-15:03 Introducing Poppy from Confessions of A Closet Romantic Poppy is the writer/host of the Confessions of a Closet Romantic podcast. For a hot minute, once upon a time, she was a musical-comedy actress, a nanny and a chef. She’s done book marketing for a large publishing house, and reviewed books, written features for a newspaper, assisted on film sets, and did publicity and author programming for a large library system. Now she produces her podcast full-time, watches classic movies obsessively (ask her about Cary Grant!) and creates all sorts of things out of paper. Find Poppy’s Work Here: https://www.confessionsofaclosetromantic.com/ 15:03-24:17 TRAILER, Basic Info, Interesting Facts https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/christmas-ideas/g2997/white-christmas-movie-facts/ https://www.cnn.com/2017/12/18/movies/white-christmas-movie-trivia-trnd/index.html https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/HOLIDAY-INN-WHITE-CHRISTMAS-A-Look-Inside-Irving-Berlins-Calendar-Spanning-Classics-20161002 Interview with Rosemary Clooney: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUV0A4_GQmM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-lZR65SPcY Behind the Scenes Mini-Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWdcSomDmbQ Christmas In The Movies: 30 Classics to Celebrate the Season by Jeremy Arnold 24:17-37:22 Cast & Crew In-Depth More About Bing Crosby: https://www.biography.com/musician/bing-crosby

The Old Soul Movie Podcast
The Bishop's Wife (1947) & The Preacher's Wife (1996)

The Old Soul Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 94:10


Merry Christmas! We have a DOUBLE FEATURE this holiday season! We are covering The Bishop's Wife (1947) featuring Cary Grant, Loretta Young, and David Niven and its remakeThe Preacher's Wife (1996) featuring Denzel Washington, Whitney Houston, and Courtney B. Vance. In both of these holiday classics, a suave angel named Dudley comes to earth to help a religious leader save his church and community...but starts to develop feelings for the leader's wife in the midst of the Christmas season! We open up our favorite scenes and themes in these yuletide stories (and we decide which rendition we like better ;) ).We can't wait to see you at our party! Please Comment, Rate, and Share our episodes and tell us what you like and what you want to hear more of!— Be sure to check us out onOur website: https://the-old-soul-movie-podcast.simplecast.com/FacebookTwitter: @oldsoulpodInstagram: @oldsoulmoviepodcast

The Colin McEnroe Show
The Nose looks at the state of prestige TV and movies, plus ‘The Banshees of Inisherin'

The Colin McEnroe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 49:00


This week's Nose wants you to stop runnin' away like some fool of a moody school child. Could it be that the market for highbrow movies is drying up? Some of the numbers ain't great. Could it be that the golden age of streaming is coming to an end? Well, maybe. But it's not like we'll be starved for prestige TV next year. And: The Banshees of Inisherin is the fourth feature film written and directed by Martin McDonagh. It's nominated for eight Golden Globe Awards, including Best Picture — Comedy or Musical, Best Director, and Best Screenplay. It's the most nominations for any movie (or TV show, for that matter). The Banshees of Inisherin stars Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Kerry Condon, and Barry Keoghan. Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: Terry Hall, Lead Singer of the Specials, Dies at 63 The ska vocalist and two-tone icon died following a “brief illness” Mike Hodges, British Director of ‘Get Carter,' ‘Croupier,' Dies at 90 Cecily Strong says farewell to Saturday Night Live An All But Definitive Guide to the Hollywood Nepo-Verse Actors, singers, directors who just happen to be the children of actors, singers, directors. Here Are the Nepo Babies We Love The term gets thrown around like it's a bad thing, but the world runs on nepo babies Netflix's Film Chief on Glass Onion and the Future of Theaters Netflix's film chief Scott Stuber says the company expects the sequel to Knives Out will reach more than 80 million accounts. The Seeds Of Avatar: The Way Of Water Were Planted In James Cameron's First Film James Cameron aims to finally put that ‘Titanic' door debate to rest, 25 years later Everything Is ‘30 Rock' Now From politics to TV, we are living in Liz Lemon's world Toward a unified theory of “millennial cringe” Remember when “epic bacon” was the height of comedy? An Unpublished Poem by Paul Newman Previously uncovered words from the eminent late actor, director, and philanthropist. Ana de Armas Fans' Lawsuit Puts Studios at Risk Over Deceptive Trailers Television Academy Reveals Emmy Rule Changes for 2023, Including New Replacements for Variety Talk and Sketch Categories The Christmas Movie That Became a Classic Because of a Mistake The role of accidents, chance and serendipity can be crucial to success. It's the reason people still watch a black-and-white film every year. Empire's 50 Greatest Actors Of All Time List, Revealed [Ed. note: Just at first glance, this list, voted on by readers, omits the likes of James Cagney and Charlie Chaplin and Henry Fonda and Jane Fonda and Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn and Jack Lemmon and Steven McQueen and Spencer Tracy and Orson Welles. To name a few. I mean. Cary Grant! Charlie Chaplin!] The Best LGBTQ TV Shows and Movies of 2022 And what a queer year it was! The 20 Best Home Video Releases of 2022 You should buy a ticket at your local rep house for each title you buy, lest we run out of titles to laud here in the future. Best of Late Night 2022: A Rebuilding Year After a year of significant change, as hosts like Trevor Noah and Samantha Bee signed off, the future of late-night TV has never seemed more uncertain. The Best TV Title Sequences of 2022, Ranked The best movies and TV of 2022, picked for you by NPR critics GUESTS: Sam Hadelman: Works in music public relations and hosts The Sam Hadelman Show at Radio Free Brooklyn Irene Papoulis: Teaches writing at Trinity College Bill Yousman: Professor of Media Studies at Sacred Heart University Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Karate in the Garage
212. THE BISHOP'S WIFE (1947)

Karate in the Garage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 31:02


MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY HANUKKAH! IT'S THE BISHOP'S WIFE! Enjoy this 1947 classic with Cary Grant, Loretta Young, and David Nivens, along with an amazing supporting cast! ------------------ As always, and maybe even more than ever, here are some mental health resources for North America: United States https://www.mentalhealth.gov/get-help/immediate-help https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ The Suicide Hotline phone number has been changed. Now, just text or call 988. Canada https://www.ccmhs-ccsms.ca/mental-health-resources-1 1 (833) 456-4566 Even though we don't say it in this episode, more NOW than ever before: PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE take care of yourselves and those around you. Be mindful of your surroundings. Karate in the Garage Linkages

Billy Newman Photo Podcast
Billy Newman Photo Podcast | 245 360 Photography

Billy Newman Photo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 19:21


If you're looking to discuss photography assignment work, or a podcast interview, please drop me an email. Drop Billy Newman an email here. If you want to book a wedding photography package, or a family portrait session, please visit GoldenHourWedding.com or you can email the Golden Hour Wedding booking manager here. If you want to look at my photography, my current portfolio is here. If you want to purchase stock images by Billy Newman, my current Stock photo library is here. If you want to learn more about the work Billy is doing as an Oregon outdoor travel guide, you can find resources on GoldenHourExperience.com. If you want to listen to the Archeoastronomy research podcast created by Billy Newman, you can listen to the Night Sky Podcast here. If you want to read a free PDF eBook written by Billy Newman about film photography: you can download Working With Film here. Yours free. Want to hear from me more often? Subscribe to the Billy Newman Photo Podcast on Apple Podcasts here. If you get value out of the photography content I produce, consider making a sustaining value for value financial contribution, Visit the Support Page here. You can find my latest photo books all on Amazon here. Website Billy Newman Photo https://billynewmanphoto.com/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/billynewmanphoto Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/billynewmanphotos/ Twitter https://twitter.com/billynewman Instagram https://www.instagram.com/billynewman/ About https://billynewmanphoto.com/about/ 0:14 Hello, and thank you very much for listening to this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. Today, I wanted to speak to you a little bit about rendering out mp4 video. I know that's probably a pretty exciting topic for everybody. That's what I've been doing recently, I've been trying to kind of put all of that on this workhorse desktop computer that I'm using. And I'm trying to use Well, first I was trying to use Lightroom, right, you are probably familiar with talking about Lightroom for managing photos and sort of working with them and editing them. It also has limited capabilities of working with the video files that come off the DSLR that are just kind of commonplace with modern DSLR cameras. So bringing those videos over there, they're normally some kind of MPEG container format of which I've seen I guess, MK V or chaos is that sort of Chrysler, I don't know, isn't, it might be a different thing. But there's like a hit like MTS or something like that there's a handful of these different little container file extensions that I'm trying to sort out, they're fine, they seem to open to most things, I'm not having a big problem with it. Other than AVC HD, I'm trying to sort those out if I have any of those raw ones around. But I have this library of videos around now, I appreciate having the original files. And if that's important to you, as a media creator, I recommend keeping those source files around at a higher quality. But for me, with a lot of elements of video, especially a lot of projects that are done, but maybe some things that are kind of like an accomplished project, but I want to keep those media elements around, but not necessarily in their whole quality by any means anymore. So I'm trying to go through and render those things out. And not necessarily about a quality thing, but just about an odd format thing like I was just explaining with MK V's and Mt SS and three GPS and mo visa those are quite common, but I'm trying to make the system just a little bit more uniform for the video experience of the videos that I have. I'm trying to render those out. I was trying to use Lightroom. To do this. I was trying to use it in mass to render out and refile names, and all of these video elements so that I don't have any more collisions with these video files. As I'm moving the file names around, you know, image 001 dot mp4 overwrites image 001 dot mp4 created two years later on a different SD card account format. Whatever it is, it's been a problem before I probably lost media because of that error. So to try and correct that I'm trying to come through and render everything out with an additional date name that I was able to add in Lightroom. But Lightroom kept crashing or at least would not render the video that I had trying to get out from the Lightroom catalog that I had the video stored in so it was kinda interesting. I like a lot of problems with that it did a great job with a handful of the sets of videos like the three GP, I think the MTS and mkvs I think it worked through quite well but any of these mo v files and just sits it doesn't necessarily even lag, it's just not rendering frames, it just sits there like it wasn't asked to respond the computer's processors don't kick up at all. It's not like it's trying to render a video but not or I don't know, it's just like pretends like it didn't get asked to do anything at the time. So it's all the struggle of trying to render video so I ended up dumping Lightroom because I was hoping that I could do some automatic file naming and file categorizing with Lightroom and how to do a bulk export of video under the format that I was hoping and kind of have it you know, automate some of that file naming system and export settings and stuff. I ended up switching over to handbrake because I was having such a hard time getting Lightroom to grab onto the video and do anything with it. So I've been having a great experience with the handbrake so far. And there are a lot of tools and more modern systems in handbrake that make the file naming and recompression system quite easy. We can set things as same as the source and use the file name of the source. And that's where he quite well to kind of grab a file, put it in a render queue. With new settings that are pretty automatic, where it's you know, it's kind of like a two or three-click operation to get a new video added to the queue. And so just earlier today, I added 100 dot mo v files to the queue, which I hope are set up correctly, I think there are a couple of mistakes I made in there. We'll see how they render out but I put those in the queue and I'm doing a test of it now. And that stronger computer as opposed to my laptop is burning through those video frames much faster I think it was because I was rendering out about 30 frames a second. So it's almost like real-time rendering. If you were to think of it like you know, 30 frames a second in the video. Well, 30 frames got rendered of that video and just that one second, so it's going through it much faster than I'm used to in the olden days. It's kind of fun to see who knows where it will be 10 years from now. 5:05 You can see more of my work at Billy Newman photo comm you can check out some of my photo books on Amazon. I think if you look at Billy Newman under the author's section there and see some of the photo books on film on the desert, on surrealism on camping, cool stuff over there. This image was a quick screenshot or a quick capture that we made around the campsite, near Lone Pine, California, and the Alabama hills, and it was a cool campsite. I think we stayed there for about, I don't know, four to six days or so in November and December of 2012 cool time of year to be out there. And we were fortunate I think Easter this year in Nevada, we had that rain shadow so that it was just a lot drier on the east side of California than it was on that coastal side of this year in Nevada is when we were there a few weeks before that, but a cool thing about this campsite if you guys were to bother to look it up. It matches the broom Hilda saw from Django Unchained. If you were to watch that, we found that out I think right after we camped here at the spot, then we'd watched the movie Django just a few months later. And we were like, whoa, wait a second. We had just been to that spot. that exact spot right there right where this picture was taken. I think I think there's a scene where it shows Jamie Foxx sitting over on the rock that is currently the kitchen table in this scene. But yeah, it's kind of interesting. I think the shot was set up a little differently, but it was cool to see and you're like wow, that's right where we used to be interesting when you find out a spot that you were or something else was found. And it seems like a remote kind of campsite like this, but I'm sure over the years 1000s of people have been there. You can check out more information at Billy Newman photo comm you can go to Billy Newman photo.com Ford slash support. If you want to help me out and participate in the value-for-value model that we're running this podcast with. If you receive some value out of some of the stuff that I was talking about, you're welcome to help me out and send some value my way through the portal at Billy Newman photo comm forward slash support, you can also find more information there about Patreon and the way that I use it if you're interested or feel more comfortable using Patreon that's patreon.com forward slash Billy Newman photo 360 degree photo work over the last couple of weeks which has been cool and I've enjoyed it a lot. I liked doing the 360 stuff. I think back in June of 2018 we had done a bunch of podcasts about some of the 360 photography stuff that we were trying to do and some of the video stuff we were doing with the GoPro fusion at the time. And that was all cool and I liked that video a lot this time I was working with a Ricoh Theta zone. And I was going around to a few locations to try and get the photographs. Specifically, I think photographs are a lot in this circumstance, but not so many videos. But yeah, really interested the in the 360 photography stuff that I was able to, edit together and capture during that time. So it was cool. But I went to an area in, Central Oregon, that was pretty cool and went up on like a hillside to do some 360 work. And it's cool out there because you can see the topography of how the Great Basin was formed at the well I guess like during the whole era of the Pleistocene as it was for a long-standing period. Like a lake, it was just a big lake out there. And then as things started changing at the end of the Pleistocene, I think there were huge changes that ended the Great Basin stuff that ended a lot of the megafauna that was in the area. And that kind of changed the topography of the landscape over the last 10,000 years to be something much more of the high desert sagebrush Juniper tree exposed rock landscape that we see today and a lot less of the forested temperate kind of mountain climate that we have through the Cascades and part of Oregon, I'm sure it was always more dry, given the rain shatter the Cascade Mountains there. But I think that for a long period, as according to signs posted on my drives in areas where I go hiking sometimes but you know, like when you go up to someplace and it says, you know, this area so such and such time ago had these animals in it where you see like giant beavers, or you see like camels or giant sloths, I guess they added the area so there are all sorts of stuff that they had, that ended up being wiped out and 100,000 years ago, 60,000 years ago, 9:47 to, what, 1020 10,000 years ago, something like that. There are a lot of changes that happened throughout the Pleistocene, I guess during what they call the quarternary period, a period of glaciation. That the earth has been involved in for the last 100,000 or 200, maybe million years. I'm not sure it's the last couple of 100,000 years we've been going in these cycles of glaciation. So you know, we're in an ice age period. So we go into an ice age like we have ice on the Earth right now. It'll be more ice at a point and then less ice at a point. More is at a point less I said a point, I guess it's been going on for what they say somewhere around like 200,000 years, these 30,000-year periods of glaciation to nonglaciation. where like, I think we're coming, we're like on the far end of the Glacial Maximum now. So we had the, with the Glacial Maximum about like, what, 11,000 12,000 years ago? Or is that right? No, it must have been, like 15 20,000 years ago that we're at the maximum, then it started receding, I suppose. That's when we were able to know. That doesn't make sense. We had like the land bridge, like the Beringia stuff where people got over that was probably 15 to 20,000. sea levels were low or they were like 400 feet, they squared along the coastlines. They came over through the land. So that was all pretty long ago. Well, anyway, at some point, like I was there like I'm gonna figure out Wait, let me remember. Let me think back to 15,000 years ago, where was I? Yeah, I wasn't here. So I don't know what happened. But apparently, there's been some recorded evidence that I learned about, and I think it's like Montverde down in Chile. And that's a location where I think they carbon dated something to 15,000 years old, like human remains human element remains, there's, there's like a few locations here in Oregon, where they I guess have evidence of the Clovis people that sort of around like the 1112 13,000 year mark. And then there's other evidence of things that are I don't know within like it's time it's like anything from like 7500 years to 15,000 years ago seems to all kind of be in flux have a date, because there are not many, not many perfect ways to date that. And if it's a cultural artifact, like, an arrowhead, or a pot shard, or a scraper, there's some indication of how those things are going to be created or how those artifacts are going to be created and how there's are going to remain like Folsom points or Clovis points are pretty distinct from each other but they're not culturally distinct from each other. So it could be like a variation of many different tribes and languages and peoples all well unrelated to each other but related with a similar vein of technology for a few 1000 years of you know, their tool use shape was kind of similar because they're all kind of from a similar descendency but I think when you get like more than 100 miles away your language is separate over like a couple of generations. You just got to speak different languages. But man wild stuff anyway, so I don't remember where we started with this. But I was out in Eastern Oregon, exploring the Great Basin, I went up on a hillside and public land and I was doing some 360 photography work with the Ricoh zeta Oh, Ricoh Theta zone. That's what it is. And yeah, I was capturing some stuff on a hillside really beautiful areas up there where those ridges kind of drop in and out. And so it's cool when you get like up to a higher elevation, you can kind of see the pockets of where these legs and pools of water and kind of sat and rested for what seems like 13:36 I think I was saying something about recording some 360 photographs up on some public land in the high desert, in Lake County in the Great Basin area of Eastern Oregon, a beautiful spot over there. I enjoy it and yeah, it was awesome to use the Ricoh Theta zone to be capturing some images up in that area, it's cool when you're at a higher elevation. And with a 360 camera, you can kind of it provides a little bit of a different perspective, it seems silly to see wider, but when you re when you kind of replay those images, and you're able to sort of look around in the context of what's the left and to the right of you, you're kind of able to put together the context of the landscape a little better, a little faster than you could if you just had a series of individual photographs that had segments of the wider landscape captured in those cool at that higher elevation. You can kind of look down to areas that we had been hiking around earlier in the day through some of the ridges and troughs that would be over in that area. And you can look down you know it's like 500 feet down in elevation to what we thought was kind of the mountain top pass and then pass that as another maybe 1000 foot or a couple of 100-foot drop in elevation as it goes down toward The lake basin area. So all that was pretty cool. And what was also cool about it is just sort of visualizing how populated that area had been in the past, I think, you know, before the Western expansion of the United States and as 1000s of years passed by in this region of land in the northwest, it had been populated in that region specifically been populated by nomadic tribes that had been able to travel and subsist off of the wild game that was there, I think a lot of like antelope and deer, and it looks like bighorn sheep by some of their planning some kind of sheep, but it looks like that from some of their, their pictographs and petroglyphs information that they left then the dynamics of some of those populations of animals have changed in the time. Now given like modern day, I don't know, I don't know if we're gonna see a lot of sheep out there in Lake County, but there's one drawn on a rock out there. So they must have been trying to look for it. There's a lot of them in the southwest as he moved into the I think the Mohawk tribes. For him, that's more of a 3000 to 25 2000. I don't know, it's probably bad. It was 3600 years ago, sort of thing. But, 100 years ago I think it was like Captain jack over there Captain jack's stronghold for the Murdoch Indian Reservation area. That was like in the Indian Wars of the 1850s. So the last to tell them but yeah, there's some information about some of the pilot, the pilot Indians, I think the Northern piute that were in that area of Southern southeastern Oregon, Nevada, then into Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico if I kind of understood right, but I know there are some fluctuations in there. And differences in timing and stuff. But yeah, dollar, is pretty cool stuff and is awesome to get out there. It's, it's cool to get out and kind of walk around in scenarios of some public land, where we slash and access and still get out to try and do some photography stuff, even in this period where you're supposed to stay home and there's a lockdown it was, it was cool to kind of get out and try and do some exploring and some social distance conscious. I mean, that's fine with me, I don't, I don't have to be around a lot of people, it's better to do landscape wildlife photography worked while you're sort of in some type of isolation, I'm sure like a lot of hunters are kind of considering something like that to you know, hunters, fishermen, people like hiking or you know, a lot of those solo activities, it's cool that you know, this kind of this time, sort of is provided a little bit of a reset for probably a lot of people out there to have a bit more time to invest in some of the things that they'd want to, I suppose a lot of folks are probably stuck more in their local area but it's a great time too, to get to invest in some things that seem more important to you. So that's what I've been trying to do. I hope you guys are doing well. Thanks a lot for listening to this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. You can check out more at Billy Newman's photo calm I've been doing a ton of updates over there. The airplane is taking off. Sounds like prop plans are about to fly over my head. It's like that scene in North by Northwest. Cary Grant starts getting run down by that biplane. 18:23 That'd be scary. So that's that in the future. Thanks a lot for checking out this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. 18:32 Hope you guys check out some stuff on Billy Newman photo.com few new things up there some stuff on the homepage and good links to other outbound sources. some links to books and links to some podcasts. Like these blog posts are pretty cool. Yeah, check it out at Billy numina photo.com. Thanks a lot for listening to this episode and the back 18:53 end

Bah Humbug: A Christmas Movie Podcast with Helen O'Hara

One of the classics turns a sprightly 75 this year, so film historian Pamela Hutchinson and The Independent's film critic Clarisse Loughrey took the time out to talk Cary Grant, angels, having fantasies of someone tidying your office, and the many charms of The Bishop's Wife... If you've enjoyed listening to “BAH HUMBUG”, please take a moment to give us a lovely 5 STAR rating on Apple Podcasts. It really helps other people to find the show. If you haven't done so already please subscribe to this podcast so you auto-magically get the next episodes for free and do tell all your friends and family about it too.  If you want to read or hear more from Helen, you can order her book "Women Vs Hollywood: The Fall and Rise of Women in Film" which is out now in The UK and comes out on 16th December in the USA and Canada.  Helen O'Hara is also on the Empire podcast every week and hosts the Podcast "His Darker Materials" to coincide with the BBC/HBO TV drama "His Dark Materials". You can find Helen on Twitter @HelenLOHara This pod was edited by Ben Williams and produced by Helen O'Hara and Stripped Media. If you want to know more about this podcast and others produced by Stripped Media please visit www.Stripped.media to find out more or email producers@Stripped.media Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Harold's Old Time Radio
AFRS The Pepsodent Show Starring Bob Hope -1943-12-28 San Diego Navy Hospital Cary Grant

Harold's Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 28:07


AFRS The Pepsodent Show Starring Bob Hope -1943-12-28 San Diego Navy Hospital Cary Grant

The Craig T. Owens Audio Blog
A book review of “Cary Grant

The Craig T. Owens Audio Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 2:18


Those who appreciate quality films, and especially those who have followed Cary Grant's filmography, will learn so much more from this exceptional biography by James McCann. Check out my book review of “Cary Grant: A Class Apart.” ►► Would you please prayerfully consider supporting this ministry? My Patreon supporters get behind-the-scenes access to exclusive materials. ◀︎◀︎

Useless Information Podcast
Bad Apples #5 – The Bishop's Wife – UI Podcast #186

Useless Information Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 36:48


In this episode, my wife Mary Jane joins me to review the 1947 classic Christmas movie "The Bishop's Wife," starring Cary Grant, Loretta Young, and David Niven. Released just one year after the classic “It's a Wonderful Life,” we discuss whether this movie is of the same caliber. And even if it isn't, is the movie worth seeing? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Confessions of a Closet Romantic
Year-Round Holiday Magic: The Bishop's Wife

Confessions of a Closet Romantic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 21:05


So many holiday films in my rotation every year, and my favorites tend to be classic movies: absorbing emotional stories full of romantic, platonic and familial love, redemption arcs, and endings with joy and hope. The Bishop's Wife (1947) has it all, and it's a movie I watch throughout the year when I need comfort or inspiration. And you can't beat Cary Grant as an angel in a well-cut suit.https://www.confessionsofaclosetromantic.comMore about The Bishop's Wife director, writer, cast and crew.A few fun behind the scenes pictures from my two favorite classic Christmas movies from Sister Celluloid.OK this is the most bonkers vintage trailer I think I've ever seen. But you do get to see Cary Grant, David Niven and Loretta Young running around the film lot, so that's fun.A sweet exploration into why this movie is an underrated Christmas classic.If you don't mind ads, you can watch the full The Bishop's Wife movie here. A Christmas miracle!Support the showThanks for listening! Connect with me on Twitter: poppy_confesses (I don't bite! I would love to hear from you.)

Martini Giant
Episode 107: North by Northwest & Notorious

Martini Giant

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 195:46


It's sort of amazing that Martini Giant has been going for years without covering one of the great film artists of the 20th century - Alfred Hitchcock - so we intend to make up for it by starting a new tradition with our first annual Hitch for the Holidays! Tonight we take on two of the master's finest collaborations with the perennially charming Cary Grant: first up, the moody postwar thriller “Notorious” with Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains, followed by the very blueprint for mistaken identity movies, “North by Northwest!”

Book Vs Movie Podcast
The Bishops Wife (1947) Cary Grant, Loretta Young, & David Niven (Replay 2021)

Book Vs Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 53:56


Book Vs. Movie: The Bishop's WifeThe 1928 novel by Robert Nathan Vs. the 1947 Classic Cary Grant FilmIt's December at Book Vs. Movie, and we are excited about covering holiday-themed films, including this selection--The Bishop's Wife. The original novella was written by Robert Nathan in 1928 and is the story of a preacher, Henry Boughman, who dreams of building a huge cathedral at the expense of his relationship with his wife, Julia. An angel, Michael, appears to help Henry and his family learn that family & love is more important than status. In the meantime, Michael Falls in love with Julia and is distraught to hear they can never have a “mortal love.” Julia decides to try for another baby to fulfill her needs. The book is an exploration of faith with vivid conversations between the preacher and a Jewish businessman and Professor Wutheridge, who both wish to find out the source of why he is so single-focused on religious expression. The movie features child actors from the recently released It's a Wonderful Life. It took some liberties from the book and focused more on the possible romance of Julia and “Dudley” (Cary Grant in a typically amazing performance).” The film was directed by Henry Koster and stars David Niven and Loretta Young. So, which did we prefer between the original story and the movie? This episode is sponsored by Kensington's newest romance novel by acclaimed South African author Therese Beharrie, And They Lived Happily Ever After, about a romance novelist, Gaia Anders,  who has an active dream life. Everything she dreams she puts into her stories doubles as her love life. Gaia's waking life can't compare to her dreams. Her childhood was incredibly lonely, and she is very shy about romance until she meets her best friend's brother, Jacob Scott. Jacob is a workaholic with no time for relationships, but he crushes hard for Aiden and wonders how to get her attention. Jacob has his demons to conquer as he begins to share his dreams with Gaia literally.Can they find love while uncovering personal hard truths? The story takes place in modern-day Cape Town, South Africa, and you can follow her on ThereseBeharrie.com. Follow the hashtag #OwnVoices Rom-Com to learn about Therese and other romance authors of color. In this ep the Margos discuss:The life of writer Robert Nathan and his famous relativesThe theme of religious devotion in the early 20th Century in the U.S. The main differences between the novella & film. Starring: David Niven (Bishop Henry Brougham,) Loretta Young (Julia,) Cary Grant (Dudley,) Monty Woolley (Professor Wutheridge,) James Gleason (Sylvester,) Gladys Cooper (Mrs. Agnes Hamilton,) Elsa Lanchester (Matilda,) Sarah Haden (Mrs. Duffy,) Karolyn Grimes (Debby,) and Robert J. Anderson. Clips used:Cary Grant meets DebbyThe Bishop's Wife  trailerThe kids play snowballDudley flirts with JuliaPreacher Henry gives a sermonMusic by The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir Book Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at bookversusmoviepodcast@gmail.comMargo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com brooklynfitchick@gmail.comMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine 

Good Day for a Movie Podcast
Ep 077 // North by Northwest

Good Day for a Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 88:07


In an episode that went off the rails in a few places, Sage has picked 1959's North by Northwest, starring Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, and James Mason. Tate is confused by a few things, arguments happen about many things including what genre this movie is, Roger's sneaky sneaky spy skills are discussed, and more! This movie was directed by Alfred Hitchcock. GD4AM: 89/100 IMDb: 8.3/10 Metacritic: 98/100 RT: 97% A New York City advertising executive goes on the run after being mistaken for a government agent by a group of foreign spies, and falls for a woman whose loyalties he begins to doubt. This movie is currently streaming on HBOMAX. NEXT MOVIE REVIEW: Memories (Memorîzu) is currently available for rent on most VOD platforms.

Dr Zeus
The Bishops Wife 1947

Dr Zeus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 24:15


The Bishop's Wife, also known as Cary and the Bishop's Wife,[3] and also known by the distribution title Honni soit qui mal y pense, is a 1947 romantic comedy film directed by Henry Koster and starring Cary Grant, Loretta Young, and David Niven. The plot is about an angel who helps a bishop with his problems. The film was adapted by Leonardo Bercovici and Robert E. Sherwood from the 1928 novel of the same name by Robert Nathan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/support

Jay and Silent Bob Minute
Dogma Minute 66: Strange Woman on a Train

Jay and Silent Bob Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 23:26


it’s only a model, new seating arrangements and CaryGrant returns special guest: Bubba Wheat from Be Kind Rewi d

Attaboy Clarence
Hooray For Hollywood!

Attaboy Clarence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 4:22


Get to know the Hollywood of your dreams by signing up for a world of Hollywood storytelling right now - everything from Pre-Code Cinema to Sherlock Holmes, from Alfred Hitchcock to Cary Grant, from real life murder mysteries to on-screen gangster battles, from Audrey Hepburn to Myrna Loy! It only takes a moment to sign up at https://www.patreon.com/attaboysecret and you'll instantly unlock the hidden Hollywood! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mashley at the Movies
Criterion: Holiday

Mashley at the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 68:18


We've got a lot to say about the 1938 classic Holiday in our latest episode! Will joins us again (becoming an annual December tradition), and we talk about the Depression-era dramedy about mismatched lovers, what we want out of life, and the importance placed on money. It's a long discussion, so settle in and give our latest Criterion episode a listen! 

Strange New Worlds of Dimension X Minus One OTR
Suspense Podcast 1943-12-02 (068) Cary Grant - The Black Curtain (128-44)

Strange New Worlds of Dimension X Minus One OTR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 37:06


Wow, Cary Grant keeps us in Suspense!

The Top 100 Project
The Bishop's Wife

The Top 100 Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 39:49


The 469th Ellises' Analysis and our first episode in December has us asking you to appreciate the irony of an atheist and an agnostic discussing a Christmas movie about a religious man and an angel. Cary Grant plays that divine being in The Bishop's Wife and he's given the job of trying to fix Loretta Young and David Niven's struggling marriage. It's a tricky story to tell because Young has to have romantic chemistry with Grant, but not too much. Bev doesn't think they walked that tightrope very well, nor was Grant given a role where he could truly excel. We both acknowledge Henry Koster's movie is fun though, even if the laughs didn't tickle us the way they probably made audiences guffaw 75 years ago. Actually, The Bishop's Wife has a layer of sadness to it, as many Christmas classics do. But you have no reason to be sad if you drink coffee. Maybe you can get some Sparkplug Coffee as a stocking stuffer. You'll enjoy get a one-time 20% discount if you use our promo code ("top100project"). Want to contact us? We're on Twitter (@moviefiend51 and @bevellisellis) or you can send us an email (top100projectpodcast@gmail.com). And if you want to hear more from Ryan, go over to "Scoring At The Movies" to hear him chat about sports films with Chris Di Gregorio.

90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest
My Favourite Wife with Dr Charlotte Crofts

90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 41:41


Sam Clements is curating a fictional film festival. He'll accept almost anything, but the movie must not be longer than 90 minutes. This is the 90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest podcast. In episode 91 Sam is joined by Dr Charlotte Crofts, Associate Professor Filmmaking at UWE and director of the Cary Comes Home film festival. Charlotte has chosen My Favourite Wife (84 minutes). The film from 1940 stars Cary Grant, Irene Dunne, Randolph Scott, and Gail Patrick. Sam and Charlotte discuss Cary Grant's relationship with Bristol, re-teaming with Irene Dunne, and his off-screen relationship with Randolph Scott.   Rate and subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/90minfilm If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. We're an independent podcast and every recommendation helps - thank you!  You can also show your support for the podcast by buying us a coffee at our Ko-fi page: https://ko-fi.com/90minfilmfest Website: 90minfilmfest.com Tweet: @90MinFilmFest  Instagram: @90MinFilmFest  We are a proud member of the Stripped Media Network. Hosted and produced by @sam_clements. Edited and produced by Louise Owen. Guest stars @charlottecrofts Additional editing and sound mixing by @lukemakestweets. Music by @martinaustwick. Artwork by @samgilbey. Bonus Link: Watch My Favourite Wife on BBC iPlayer now [UK only].

Christmas Clatter Podcast
Pray For Heavenly Guidance And Get Cary Grant

Christmas Clatter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 66:50 Transcription Available


It's the most wonderful time of the year! And what better way to get into the holiday spirit than by watching some classic black and white Christmas movies? There's something special about black and white Christmas movies. They're classics for a reason. In this video, Alonso Duralde, film critic and author of the book “Have Yourself A Movie Little Christmas,” tells us his list of must see black and white Christmas movies. There will be movies you're familiar with and some that may become new members of your Christmas movie cannon.The movie list and where to watch them:-Miracle on 34th Street: Disney+ & Amazon Prime-The Shop Around the Corner: HBO Max, Hulu & Sling TV-Christmas in Connecticut: HBO Max-A Christmas Carol (1951): Amazon Prime & Plex-The Bishop's Wife: YouTube, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Sling TV, Pluto TV, The Roku Channel, Plex, Tubi-It Happened on Fifth Avenue: HBO Max-Holiday Affair:  Rent for $2.99 on Vudu, Amazon Prime or Apple TV-Remember the Night: Fawesome-I'll Be Seeing You: Retro Reels app on RokuCNN's Tis The SeasonBuy “Have Yourself A Movie Little Christmas”Buy “I'll Be Home for Christmas Movies”Follow “Have Yourself A Movie Little Christmas”Follow Alonso on:TwitterLinoleum Knife PodcastInstagramPlease visit our sponsor West 5th StudiosChristmas PlannerSweet Christmas MerchBuy Me A Coffee-----Affiliate Links-----Virtual Studio-Ecamm LiveGraphic Design-Canva Podcast Host-BuzzsproutAffiliate links mean I earn a commission from qualifying purchases. This helps support my channel at no additional cost to you.

The Relaxed Male
How to Attract More Women

The Relaxed Male

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 42:36


Ok, Guys this week we are talking about what men need to stop doing to attract more women. The Thanksgiving Story The biggest reason I did this show is that on Thanksgiving my mom got an unsolicited Dick pick from one of the guys she is talking to. how do I know? because I was looking at a picture my mom's suiter had sent earlier when he sent her an image of his morning wood. This is something that seems to be running rampant. Women are complaining and men are winding why they aren't getting laid. This very reason is one of many reasons why men can't find a good woman to settle down with. It is as if Men actually don't want women to sleep with them. They want to get their rocks off and offend women at the same time. My Theory as to why So why are men not finding as many women as they would like I blame women's standards Women have dropped their standards. Now I am not talking about women who have unrealistic standards. You know those types that think that men should provide everything for them and they don't have to bring anything to the table. Not those women. I am talking about the average woman on the average dating app. These are the women who have dropped their standards. They go along with thinking they need to sleep with the guys because that's how you attract a guy. No that is how you attract scummy guys and they are inadvertently creating more scummy men. Where are the guys of a standard like Cary Grant? Well, women's lack of standards has created men who don't have any standards. I Blame men's standards Men have stopped trying to impress women. Many of today's men don't dress up for dates. Many men don't go on dates. They sit around the house and complain that they don't go out. Are you being held hostage? No, You have to go out by yourself to find adventure. There are too many nice guys running around. Yes, there are too many covert contracts creating, Scared of any emotional outburst type of nice guys running around society today. These men are the ones who are doing the drive-by crotch shots. Let me help you out men who like to send out dick pics. You are presenting the most unflattering part of you to the woman. Just let it stay a mystery till she wants to see it. Another problem with men's standards is that they don't want to have to work for the opportunity of sex. It is a numbers game where if you send enough pecker pics to enough women then you might get one to like it. It is far easier to watch a porno clip than to actually go out and build up a rapport with a woman. Get to know her. Yeah it can be a bit uncomfortable and the process takes longer than the average pornhub clip, but the dividends are vastly immeasurable. You might actually get something wet if you take the time to get to know a woman. You might actually find a good woman who wants to spend their life with you if you stop acting like the average dude and start acting above average. Take pride in who you are and what you believe, and for god sake get rid of the nice guy's schtick! All of this is a form of buffering and numbing it is not living. I blame dating apps Dating apps are the joining of the low-standard women and the low-standard men and it just perpetuates the whole numbers game. If you want to find a better woman who is of a higher caliber then get off the dating apps and start finding real women in real life. Yeah, it's scary but it is a better adventure. Do you want to get laid more? There are many different things men can do that will actually impress women so that they want to get naked for you. The Tactics aren't easy but they do pay off in the long run. Start by dropping porn Porn is an easy get your rocks off ploy. You don't have to talk to girls to see them naked. You don't have to do any of the uncomfortable social interactions. You just have to go to a website and Poof wa la boobs! Yet because of porn you have been rewiring your brain to be aroused by images, not by naked women. This is a rising problem in Millenial men this group is having more issues with ED than even older men. Men at that age should be walking around with permaboner yet because they watch so much porn they can't even rise to the occasion. If you are struggling with dropping the porn habit Matt Sinkovitz can help you out. If you don't want him then I can help you out. Stop chocking the Chicken This goes with the porn problem but also if you stop masturbating as much you will allow for more testosterone to be produced and you will actually have a greater drive to meet more women. Start Upping your Dress game If you wear basketball shorts, a tee shirt, and flip-flops then up your game by one step. Wear some dress shorts, a polo shirt, and some tennis shoes. Upping your uniform is one of the best ways to improve your chances of meeting and attracting women to you. All because you decided to dress just a little better Start treating women with respect That means stop flopping your giggle stick out at the slightest cause. Get to know her. Talk to her. have a deep conversation. You have to connect with a woman for her to want to be naked for you. Showing her your willy ain't going to do it. In fact, she will probably add clothes each time you show her your dingaling. Stop Being a Nice Guy This is going to be the hardest for many men. Being a nice guy is all they know and they are afraid that nobody will like them if they stop being a nice guy. The problem these men don't realize is that nobody likes them because they are nice guys. Once nice guys start allowing themselves to have their own thoughts and ideas, the act of sharing them with other folks is where they start developing better connections. You have to take those scary chances of having someone not agree with you to step out of your comfort zone. Also, understand that just because someone doesn't agree with your thoughts doesn't mean they don't like you. It means they have a different thought. Work on your 4 pillars of a Relaxed Male Work on the 4 pillars of a Relaxed Male. This will help you become more confident and stronger in who you are. Your body gets into shape so you look better to women. Your testosterone increases. You find your purpose and a woman loves a man who has a mission in life. Then the fact that you have a group of masculine men around to give you regular infusions of masculinity will set you up for dating success. Resources Matt Sinkowits Facebook Group F3 Nation

Les Nuits de France Culture
"Tout le monde veut être Cary Grant, moi même je veux être Cary Grant"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 85:00


durée : 01:25:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda -

Countdown with Keith Olbermann
GOP HOPES TO EXORCISE TRUMP OVER ANTISEMITES 11.29.22

Countdown with Keith Olbermann

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 37:39


EPISODE 84: COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN A-Block (1:44) SPECIAL COMMENT: I think Republicans just found a window to push Trump out of the party over Nick Fuentes and Kanye West. His VP, at least a dozen Senators, and others rushed for the exits - and to publicly slam him for dining with the two antisemites (2:30) Relax. I'm not interested in their flexible and utterly reversible morals. They did this exact same thing with the Access Hollywood tape. They don't CARE. Trump doesn't CARE. But when Rick Scott says "there's no room in the Republican Party for white supremacy and antisemitism" he's setting in motion a political timeline that ends with Trump as a 3rd Party candidate who splits the Republican vote. (7:15) It isn't yet a full-fledge run on the bank, but it was enough for Mike Pence to demand Trump apologize (10:42) and even Herschel Walker to run for cover. (11:50) As a footnote, why is it all Fuentes and not Kanye? Last night the host of a livestream didn't immediately agree with West's proclamation that "The Media" and "The Jews" were the same, so seconds later West walked off the show in protest. B-Block (17:15) EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: Luca in New York (17:57) POSTSCRIPTS TO THE NEWS: 1/6 Committee interviews Kellyanne ConJob, and the top puppy and kitten names for 2022 (20:05) IN SPORTS: How the World Cup started or accelerated the Chinese anti-government protests (23:03) THE WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLD: Marsha Blackburn destroys a kitchen and the subtle threat for more Colorado Springs shootings from "Gays Against Groomers," competing with the tag-team of Elon Musk and Steven Crowder for the honors. C-Block (25:05) THINGS I PROMISED NOT TO TELL: Enjoying Alexi Lalas on the Fox Sports coverage of The World Cup? A quarter century ago he and I did a "This Is SportsCenter" commercial. If you've ever wondered how much fun it would be to grab a guitar out of Lalas's hands, in a crowded newsroom that hasn't been warned, and smashing it against a wall - it pretty much couldn't be MORE fun. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

City Cast Las Vegas
The Trailblazing Architect Behind Iconic Vegas Buildings

City Cast Las Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 17:23


Decades after his passing, mid-century architect Paul Revere Williams is finally getting his due: He was the first Black certified architect west of the Mississippi, the first Black member of the American Institute of Architects, and the first to receive the AIA's Gold Medal, its highest honor, posthumously in 2017. Despite the prejudices of the era, Williams became known as an architect to the stars, building homes for celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Cary Grant — and in the 1930s to the 70s, left his mark on Nevada's cityscapes, too. Today, Dayvid sits down with Nevada Museum of Art curator Carmen Beals to talk about Paul Revere Williams' Las Vegas legacy. Be sure to check out their upcoming exhibit at the Nevada State Museum, featuring photos of Williams' iconic Nevada buildings by photographer Janna Ireland, which opens on December 3rd. Do you have any memories of La Concha Inn, the Guardian Angel Cathedral, or other Paul Revere Williams buildings in Las Vegas? Let us know! Leave us a voicemail or a text message at 702-514-0719 or find us on Twitter @CityCastVegas. For more Vegas history, happenings and hot takes, make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter at lasvegas.citycast.fm/newsletter! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gone With The Bushes
Episode 232 - North by Northwest (1959)

Gone With The Bushes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 120:46


"Call it my woman's intuition, if you will.” North by Northwest (1959) directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason and Martin Landau Next Time: A Dream For Christmas (1973)

The Hope Initiative
#107 - Keep Dating Your Wife

The Hope Initiative

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 73:09


Jason: “I'm sure this is true for others in the beginning, you spend a lot of time and energy and then if it's a good match and it's successful, then great you're together. You're serious, you're married. But that's what it is, that was a successful thing.So now, later, to not put in the same amount of time and energy seems obviously not right. The thing that got you the girl and now you're not gonna do it?Rien: “So gotta keep dating your wife.”J: “That's exactly it. Very well said. Keep dating your wife. I love that . That's a perfect concept that I definitely adhere to. Cause maybe back then it didn't feel like a lot of time and energy because it was natural. It was easy. You didn't even think you just were doing it. You had this attraction. But now? Okay, maybe it takes more of a conscious effort. But still do it. You know? It's my job to make her fall in love with me. I think if that's my duty. If I don't do it, then I'm not doing it. So I guess that's the answer of; It's a continual thing. And it's so easy cause you just remember what it was like in the beginning. What did you do then? Alright. Just keep doing it.”Episode #107 of The Hope Initiative with Jason and Tiffany Park.In a different sort of episode, I sit down with Jason and Tiffany Park of San Diego, California.I recently spent 5 weeks in the US on “holiday” and on my first night in Florida, witnessed Jason give a speech on a course he'd just completed. The way in which he spoke immediately marked him out as someone I wanted to meet. Of course the next morning, we were both in the hotel gym together, and our friendship grew from there!It wasn't for a few weeks that I told Jason about the podcast, and on my last night in the US, I sat down with he and his wife Tiffany to chat about his life as a young man and how he has matured through meeting the wife of his dreams, and becoming the man she deserves.It was a lovely conversation and timely as ever for me in my life.Thank you enormously to Jason and Tiffany for sharing.I hope you and your kids enjoying listening to this.With love, always.RienSHOW LINKSJason is one of those rare guests who doesn't have a big social presence. So, if you'd like to reach out, send me a message and I'll get it to him!As “promised” two guest appearances I've made on podcasts… The Collective Wisdom Podcast and Quarantine Phone CallsFollow and connect with the podcast on Instagram and TwitterMusic by Jess FairliePodcast made by RUKKUS

Trash, Art, And The Movies
TAATM #381: Addams Family Values vs. Arsenic And Old Lace

Trash, Art, And The Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 99:29


Paul and Erin review two black comedies about murderously eccentric households: Barry Sonnenfeld's 1993 comedy sequel ADDAMS FAMILY VALUES, and Frank Capra's 1944 adaptation of the Broadway hit ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. Plus: our quick takes on BARBARIAN, PEARL, TICKET TO PARADISE, TAR, SEE HOW THEY RUN, THE WOMAN KING and LOUIS ARMSTRONG'S BLACK AND BLUES.

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
I Netflixed all three A Star is Borns (Replay!)

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 91:10


Lorelai is hanging with the Holy Trinity of A Star Is Born—that is, Janet, Judy, and Babs—and we're adding Lady Gaga and Dorothy Parker to the party, too! We're talking all four versions of A Star Is Born (plus, another almost-version), ranking our favorites, and comparing and contrasting each story. How did true stories from early Hollywood influence the story? How are Lorelai and Luke like the superstar lovers in these films? Plus, a Dorothy Parker update!We Wholeheartedly Recommend: Only Murders in the Building, CNN's History of the SitcomOther pop culture we ref: Dawn Powell, Funny Girl, Errol Flynn, Cary Grant, Lucille Ball, My Fair Lady, Jessica Chastain, Guardians of the GalaxyCheck us out on Instagram!Subscribe to our new email list!So it's a show? Twitter

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
HRRN's Weekend Stakes Preview presented by NYRA Bets - November 18, 2022

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 60:19


Bobby Neuman and Dave Friedman handicap the weekend's biggest stakes races including Gio Ponti, Desi Arnaz, Cary Grant, Joseph R. Peluso Memorial, Scott's Scoundrel, Monte Man, G3 Chilukki, Sun Power, G3 Bob Hope, Key Cents, Forever Together, and G3 Kennedy Road, plus give you the weekend's "Best Bet."

The Secret History Of Hollywood
Hooray For Hollywood!

The Secret History Of Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 4:22 Very Popular


Get to know the Hollywood of your dreams by signing up for a world of Hollywood storytelling right now - everything from Pre-Code Cinema to Sherlock Holmes, from Alfred Hitchcock to Cary Grant, from real life murder mysteries to on-screen gangster battles, from Audrey Hepburn to Myrna Loy! It only takes a moment to sign up at https://www.patreon.com/attaboysecret and you'll instantly unlock the hidden Hollywood! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Attaboy Clarence
Hooray For Hollywood!

Attaboy Clarence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 4:22


Get to know the Hollywood of your dreams by signing up for a world of Hollywood storytelling right now - everything from Pre-Code Cinema to Sherlock Holmes, from Alfred Hitchcock to Cary Grant, from real life murder mysteries to on-screen gangster battles, from Audrey Hepburn to Myrna Loy! It only takes a moment to sign up at https://www.patreon.com/attaboysecret and you'll instantly unlock the hidden Hollywood! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

We Hate Movies
North by Northwest

We Hate Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 133:03


On this episode, our We Love Movies month kicks off with a ridiculous dissection of the stone-cold classic, North by Northwest! With all his running around, how many opportunities does Roger Thornhill have to bathe throughout this movie? Is it possible to watch this start to finish without wanting a cocktail? And how realistic is it for someone to try and kill a guy by hitting him with a plane in a corn field? PLUS: Roger Thornhill meets the Men in Black! North by Northwest stars Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason, Jessie Royce Landis, Leo G. Carroll, Adam Williams, and Martin Landau as Leonard; directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Catch the guys on the road now—next stop Denver! Tickets on sale now! Check out the WHM Merch Store -- featuring new Crispy Critters, MINGO!, WHAT IF Donna? & Mortal Kombat designs! Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fmUnlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemoviesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mousetalgia! - Your Disneyland Podcast
No. 37: Legacy Award-winning Disneyland Cast Member Jim Lowman

Mousetalgia! - Your Disneyland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 67:28 Very Popular


No. 37: Legacy Award-winning Disneyland Cast Member Jim Lowman from May 7, 2018 Let us hear from you! comments@mousetalgia.com In this classic episode, Mousetalgia welcomes Spirit and Legacy Awards-winning cast member Jim Lowman to the show to talk about his half century of working at Disneyland Park. Jim shares fascinating bits of history, including the Haunted Mansion's grand opening at Club 33, bringing the Churro to Disneyland, meeting the love of his life at the Tahitian Terrace, and seeing Walt Disney himself in Disneyland. Jim opened the Bengal BBQ (and created the menu with his family recipes), was a sous chef at Club 33, witnessed Cary Grant's private Candlelight Processional performance, opened Big Thunder Ranch, and gives us a first-hand account of Liz Taylor's big 60th birthday bash at Disneyland. Plus - Jeff reviews a "foodoir," Kristen shares a Bengal BBQ recipe, Becky talks wine, Dave talks Muppets - and more!

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
GGACP Classic: Shep Gordon

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 110:09


GGACP celebrates the birthday (October 18th) of legendary talent manager, producer and "Supermensch" Shep Gordon by revisiting this memorable interview from 2019. In this episode, Shep joins Gilbert and Frank from his Hawaii home to talk about his 50+ years in rock 'n' roll, the pitfalls of worldwide fame, the importance of "making history," the secret of client-manager relationships and the benefits of "bad" publicity. Also, Janis Joplin packs a punch, Cary Grant adopts a cat, Elton John gets showered in panties and Shep saves Raquel Welch from a wardrobe malfunction. PLUS: Wolfman Jack! The late, great Teddy Pendergrass! Groucho dishes the dirt! Shep hangs with the Dalai Lama! And Alice Cooper gets fired out of a cannon! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices