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On today's show, we're going all the way back to May 5th, 2014 when we did an exclusive interview with the legendary John Anthony West. This is perhaps our favorite interview we've ever done. John Anthony West was an American author, lecturer, guide, and proponent of the Sphinx water erosion hypothesis in geology. Influenced by R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz, in 1993 his work with Robert M. Schoch, a geologist and associate professor of natural science at the College of General Studies at Boston University was presented by Charlton Heston in an NBC special called “The Mystery of the Sphinx” that won a News & Documentary Emmy Award for Best Research and a nomination for Best Documentary. The documentary contends that the main type of weathering evident on the Great Sphinx and surrounding enclosure walls could only have been caused by prolonged and extensive rainfall during the time period from 10,000 to 5000 BCE and was carved out of limestone bedrock by an ancient advanced culture. This challenged the conventional dating of the carving of the statue circa 2500 BCE. West suggested that the Sphinx may be over twice as old as originally determined, whereas Schoch made a more conservative determination of between 5000 and 7000 BCE. All of this and more on this episode of Expanded Perspectives Classic Rewind! Show Notes: Serpent in the Sky: The High Wisdom of Ancient Egypt The Traveler's Key to Ancient Egypt: A Guide to Sacred Places Want to share your story? Email: email@example.com Hotline: 888-393-2783 Want to help out the show? Expanded Perspectives Elite Music: All music for Expanded Perspectives is provided by Epidemic Sound!
Today on our Video/Audio episode - it's Juskow & Julian in a Yom Kippur brilliant meeting that neither of us will ever forget. Well, he might but. . . you know. Also, it's that time of the year, the awful Network television offerings this year AND photos of lots of stuff but mostly the one of Dave Attell and Norm MacDonald I took at SNL in 1994 where they're both in Apes costumes because Charlton Heston was hosting. It's a classic episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This month, Izzy, Vincent and Mark discuss the films that have been made... and then made again, this time with Oscar-winning success. Mutiny on the Bounty stars Clark Gable and Charles Laughton as mutineer Christian Fletcher and the infamous, harsh Captain Bligh as they set sail to Tahiti on HMS Bounty. William Wyler's Ben Hur is a true epic that contains one of the most famous action sequences of all time - the chariot race in the grand circus. The plot follows Jewish prince Judah Ben-Hur as he is condemned into slavery by his best friend, and Roman, Messala. Charlton Heston stars as the titular character seeking vengeance. Thank you to Thomas Whitelaw for our intro music and Rachel Valentine Smith for our artwork. This episode was recorded remotely and so we apologise for any changes in sound quality present.
Eleventh-century Spain was a violent borderland of Christian-Muslim bloodshed, but on the eve of the First Crusade, the two religions cooperated as much as they warred in Iberia. And who else to capture the heart of medieval Spain than Charlton Heston himself? Based on the real-life Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, who lived from 1043 to 1099 and was protagonist of the 13th century epic The Poem of the Cid, this movie captures medieval Spain in full Hollywood Golden Age splendor. Rodrigo defeated the Almoravids in a decisive battle in the history of Spain's Reconquista, but was known for battling with both Muslims and Christians. The move – despite its extremely slow pacing and suuuuuper long takes – does a good job of capturing this age. It also doesn't hurt that few people could handle the mythopoetic language of the script like Charlton Heston (John Wayne definitely couldn't – see our review of him as Genghis Khan in The Conqueror).
The NFL season is here, so we kick things off with a discussion about this All-Star lineup. Wow, what a cast! To celebrate the launch of the 2021 NFL season, we get in the trenches with Jamie Foxx, Oliver Stone, Al Pacino, Cameron Diaz, Dennis Quaid, Jim Brown, Lawrence Taylor, Charlton Heston, Mathew Modine, and Ann-Margaret. Oscars galore for this cast, and they deliver the star power. Catch our StorySmack livestream every second Saturday of the month at: Facebook.com/scottsigler Twitch.tv/scottsigler YouTube.com/scottsigler
In this episode we explore the Urantia Book narrative of the origins of the Ten Commandments. Charlton Heston, like it or not, may be the single most influential person in the history of mankind. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/james-watkins/support
Jordan and Brooke are joined by culture writer Marya E. Gates to discuss 1959's game-changing Biblical epic (in which the Bible is like...a C plot?). They talk cast! Budget! Epic production! As well as some super shady drama including screenwriter Gore Vidal reading Charlton Heston for filth in the press, obvious gay subtext that miraculously flew under the ratings radar, and one truly insane chariot sequence.Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/QueerQuadrant Follow Marya! https://twitter.com/oldfilmsflicker
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The new status quo is here! and the Shellheads, Sergio & Jeff, have returned to discuss the TMNT's greatest foe...Oroku Saki aka The Shredder Russell, Justin, Sergio, and Jeff go through entire history of the character, from Mirage to IDW. Plus, you're in for a plethora of funny moments. What do YOU think Charlton Heston thinks about?
John and Erin welcome Kathy Garver, "Cissy" from Family Affair! Kathy chats about what Brian Keith was really like, her audition for "Family Affair", Sebastian Cabot's stake in the show as well as working with Cecil B. DeMille and Charlton Heston on the "Ten Commandments." A lot of fun with interesting behind the scenes insight! Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBtpVKzLW389x6_nIVHpQcA?sub_confirmation=1More "That's Classic!" YouTube episodes (Jerry Mathers, Alison Arngrim, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/thatsclassictv We are also on: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thats-classic/id1533742435 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4mye7taOcWtcasDgwQqxnf Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1533742435/thats-classic Google: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8yZmIxYzZiYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==Anchor: https://anchor.fm/john-cato
429. Part 2 of our interview with Harvey Kaye about Huey Long, FDR, and the New Deal. Harvey is an American historian and sociologist. He has written several political books including “Thomas Paine and the Promise of America”, and “The Fight for the Four Freedoms.” He has appeared as an expert on several political news shows and podcasts including “Bill Moyers Journal” and “That's Jacqueline”. Kaye is a Professor Emeritus of Democracy & Justice Studies and the Director of the Center for History and Social Change at the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay. This week in Louisiana history. August 7, 1927. Gov. Edwin Edwards born in Marksville, La., son of a sharecropper and a local midwife, a Cajun, Christian, & a Catholic. This week in New Orleans history. Ursuline Nuns Arrive in New Orleans. August 7, 1727. This week in Louisiana. Film in Louisiana Lights. Camera. Louisiana With her exotic swamps and bayous, imposing plantation locations and unrivaled cityscapes, Hollywood has been casting Louisiana as a leading lady for over a century. Louisiana has long been a frontrunner in the film industry. New Orleans opened the first indoor seated theater in 1896 and when Tarzan of the Apes appeared on film (1918), Morgan City served as the jungle. More than 2,500 films have been shot in Louisiana and although you may not be familiar with Creature, Red River Ode or The Ninth, you've probably heard of Beasts of the Southern Wild, 12 Years a Slave, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Pelican Brief and Monster's Ball. Explore some of the most iconic movies in history and imagine Tom Cruise, Elvis Presley, Sean Penn, John Wayne, Dolly Parton, Brad Pitt, Charlton Heston, Jack Nicholson, and Julia Roberts in those same spaces. You can explore locations for 34 movies. Postcards from Louisiana. Beasts of Bourbon play at the Famous Door Bar.Listen on iTunes.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.
Christopher Coake joins Brian for a discussion of THE OMEGA MAN, starring Charlton Heston, based on the novel I Am Legend by Richard Matheson. They also talk about Heston's legendary career and pick his three best films!THE OMEGA MAN is available on HBO Max: https://bit.ly/3iwHf5KFollow the podcast at filmatfifty.com and @filmatfifty on social media, and please leave a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. You can also email Film at Fifty at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Empieza agosto y habladecine lo empieza con fuerza: Análisis de taquillazos como Tiempo o Jungle Cruise, estrenos nacionales como Donde caben dos y documentales como Arcadeología. Además haremos un primer análisis del Atlántida FIlm Fest en su 11ªedición (FILMIN), sin olvidarnos de estrenos en VoD como El último mercenario o Cielo rojo sangre. También hablaremos de series como The Flight Attendant y Sky rojo T2, y por supuesto sin olvidarnos de los clásicos Marathon Man y El último hombre...vivo, con Dustin Hoffman y Charlton Heston respectivamente. 👇👇👇 0' - Presentación. 25' - Estrenos en cines. 1h 8' - Estrenos en plataformas. 1h 24' - Atlántida Film Fest 11ª ed. 1h 44' - Los clásicos. 2h 13' - Las series. 2h 33' - Despedida.
On this weeks Speakeasy Noir Cast: Touch of Evil is a 1958 American film noir written and directed by Orson Welles, who also stars in the film. The screenplay was loosely based on the contemporary Whit Masterson novel Badge of Evil (1956). The cast included Charlton Heston, Janet Leigh, Joseph Calleia, Akim Tamiroff, and Marlene Dietrich. Don't forget to keep in touch: Support us by subscribing and leaving a review! https://anchor.fm/speakeasy-noircast Call us at: (818) 643-1441 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/speakeasynoircast Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpeakEasyNoir Website: http://resurrectionfilms.co.uk/home/index.php/speakeasy/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speakeasy-noircast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakeasy-noircast/support
We pulled Norm MacDonald out of the hat so we decided to watch the episode of Saturday Night Live where he returned to host after being fired. We're both big Norm fans so we obviously liked most of this but since it's an episode of SNL it's hit and miss. Sketches include Lou Gehrig saying goodbye, Celebrity Jeopardy, Larry King, Charlton Heston getting abducted by apes, Chris Parnell lusting over waifs and shaming fatties, a lifeless Weekend Update anchored by Colin Quinn, Norm and Michael Jackson at a bar, Norm and Cheri Oteri dressed as toothbrushes, Martha Stewart bragging about her stocks, Inside The Actors Studio, and the best monologue in SNL history. Enjoy!Download Here
The Matt and Tubes briefly review the 1971 post apocalyptic classic "The Omega Man". Then they get to the real content you know and love. The Matt has to make a Crucial car decision and you don't want to miss that! "The Omega Man" has Charlton Heston in it... it is a movie
Got your pick axe and gorilla glue handy? Good, because you're gonna need it! We continue our multi-week trek through the Forbidden Zone with our second exploration of the Planet of the Apes franchise with its 1970 entry, Beneath the Planet of the Apes. Join us as we parse the glorious messiness of this film's simultaneous expansion upon and aping of (no pun intended) the themes and ideas introduced in the previous film, the apocalyptic overtones and shocking ending reflective of the fears and anxieties of the late 60s and early 70s, and the inherent problems of attempting to catch lightning in a bottle twice. Listen to the very end to hear a special tribute to the dearly departed filmmakers Robert Downey, Sr. and Richard Donner. Feel free to skip to 1:07:00 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at email@example.com with your questions, comments, and requests.
This week GOM has a very special episode. We are talking everything that is I Am Legend. For those of you keeping score at home that is the original vampire classic Richard Matheson's book, the Vincent Price movie The Last Man on Earth, the Charlton Heston classic The Omega Man, and the Will Smith vehicle I Am Legend. Come join us as we cover everything I Am Legend.
This week's episode marks the beginning of a nine episode trek through the Forbidden Zone into one of the oddest, most influential franchises in the history of Hollywood with our look at 1968's opening entry, Planet of the Apes! We follow the breadcrumbs towards our own destruction by discussing a variety of topics, including the script's sizable pedigree with Michael Wilson and the one and only Rod Serling, the timely yet elusive themes this film and its successors came to represent, the timelessly ham-fisted choices of Charlton Heston, and the larger off-kilter brilliance that combines John Chambers's legendary makeup, Jerry Goldsmith's eerie score, and the panicked precision of Franklin J. Schaffner's direction into a piece of pop art brilliance which remains one for the ages. Feel free to skip to 1:29:34 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions, comments, and requests.
This week's Monster Mondays, Geoff takes a look at the very 70s post-apocalyptic classic The Omega Man starring the incomparable Charlton Heston! Find new episodes every Wednesday at www.filmseizure.com Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/filmseizure/ Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/FilmSeizure Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/filmseizure/ You can now find us on YouTube as well! The Film Seizure Channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/FilmSeizure
Welcome to Heilman & Haver - Episode 35. We hope you enjoy the show! Please join the conversation - email us with thoughts and ideas and connect with the show on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram. ANNOUNCEMENTS Movies of the Decade: Jaws Join us for Movies of the Decade at the Historic Roxy Theater in Bremerton tomorrow, Saturday, July 3rd, when we'll celebrate the 70s with a showing of Jaws, Written by Peter Benchley and Carl Gottlieb, directed by Steven Spielberg, and starring Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, and Richard Dreyfuss. We hit the stage at 6:30 to get the show started and TCM's Jeremy Arnold will be back virtually with another entertaining and insightful introduction. In the Mix: Independence Day Jaws defined a genre, paving the way for multitudes of killer sharks (some in tornados) and overgrown, hungry critters of all kinds. As did our topic for this week's In the Mix for the science fiction disaster genre. Independence Day debuted 25 years ago on July 3rd and we're back at the Bay Street Bistro celebrating the film's anniversary with trivia and a new cocktail for you - “The Smoked Independence.” The Bistro will be open Sunday July 4th and will be featuring our cocktail, so tune into our YouTube channel for In the Mix - Independence Day, then make your reservations. Have a safe and happy 4th of July! Attend the 2021 West Sound Film Festival If filmmaking is something that interests you or you just love independent films, make plans to attend the 2021 West Sound Film Festival, August 6th-8th at the Roxy in Bremerton. Submissions are closed and now the judging begins. For more info visit westsoundfilmfestival.com and stay tuned right here for festival news and interviews. IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Susan King When it comes to interviews, award-winning entertainment writer Susan King is as accomplished as it gets. You heard some of the big names she's spoken with over the years, many of whom Susan grew up watching on the big screen. She fell in love with movies at the age of three watching Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) on television and Houseboat at the movies with her parents. Susan quickly became obsessed, as her parents took her to everything from Pillow Talk, The Parent Trap, The Apartment, and Ride the High Country. Susan became a more serious student of cinema at 17, when she was introduced to such foreign films as Francois Truffaut's Jules & Jim; Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast and Orpheus; and Jean Renoir's Grand Illusion, when she watched the PBS series Film Odyssey hosted by Charles Champlin. Susan earned an M.A. in film history and criticism from USC and then put it to good use at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, where she worked for a decade, and the Los Angeles Times, where she was an entertainment writer for 26 years, interviewing such legends as Helen Hayes, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Janet Gaynor, Loretta Young, Lena Horne, Gregory Peck (Susan played 1930 movie trivia with the actor), Sidney Poitier, Charlton Heston, Debbie Reynolds, Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Judi Dench, Sophia Loren, and Leslie Caron. Susan was awarded the Press Award from the Publicist Guild in 2012, and the Roger Ebert Award for Diversity in Film Journalism by the African American Film Critics Association in 2015. Her archives can be found at LATimes.com and she is currently active as a freelancer for entertainment news website GoldDerby.com. Susan joins us from her home in Toluca Lake, California. COMING UP NEXT WEEK Join us next week, Friday, July 9th, when we'll welcome Tim Hagen to the show. Tim is the Founder of the Olympic College Film School and Chair of the Digital Filmmaking Department where he teaches acting, directing, and film studies.
In this damn dirty episode, we're taking a close look at the ape/human switcheroo classic Planet of the Apes! In this episode we discuss: La Planète des singes, Pierre Boulle's original 1963 novel Planet of the Apes (1968), directed by Franklin J. Schaffner, written by Rod Serling and Michael Wilson, and starring Charlton Heston, Roddy McDowall, and Kim Hunter Planet of the Apes (2001), directed by Tim Burton, written by William Broyles, Jr., Lawrence Konner, and Mark Rosenthal, and starring Mark Wahlberg, Tim Roth, and Helena Bonham Carter Footnotes: The original Planet of the Apes pitch and makeup test "A Fish Called Selma," episode 719 of The Simpsons Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970) Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971) Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972) Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973) Planet of the Apes (the 1974 live action TV show) Return to the Planet of the Apes (the 1975 animated TV show) Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) The original Planet of the Apes pitch and makeup test The Celluloid Closet (1996) You can follow Adapt or Perish on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and you can find us and all of our show notes online at adaptorperishcast.com. We're also on Patreon! You can find us at patreon.com/adaptcast. We have multiple reward levels, which include access to a patron-only community and a patron-only, biweekly bonus show! We hope to see you there. If you want to send us a question or comment, you can always email us at email@example.com.
Welcome to Heilman & Haver - Episode 34. We hope you enjoy the show! Please join the conversation - email us with thoughts and ideas and connect with the show on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram. ANNOUNCEMENTS Movie of the Decade: The Graduate Join us for Movies of the Decade at the Historic Roxy Theater in Bremerton tomorrow, Saturday, June 26th, when we'll celebrate the swinging 60's with a showing of The Graduate, directed by Mike Nichols and starring Anne Bancroft and Dustin Hoffman. We hit the stage at 6:30 to get the show started and TCM's Jeremy Arnold will be back virtually with another insightful introduction. WWCA Auditions: The Pirates of Penzance dust off your eye patch and peg leg and come out to Western Washington Center for the Arts in Port Orchard tomorrow at 12 noon and audition for Gilbert & Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. Please come prepared with 16 bars of a song to share and cold readings and a simple dance audition will follow. Performance dates are September 10th - October 3rd and for more information you can visit WWCA.US or find them on Facebook. Enter the 2021 West Sound Film Festival If you're more comfortable behind the camera, we invite you to enter your film in the 2021 West Sound Film Festival. The festival will be held August 6th-8th at the Roxy in Bremerton, but our listeners from around the country and world are welcome to enter. Just don't delay because submissions close at the end of June. For more info and to submit your project visit the festival page on Film Freeway and stay tuned right here for festival news and interviews. IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Susan King When it comes to interviews, award-winning entertainment writer Susan King is as accomplished as it gets. You heard some of the big names she's spoken with over the years, many of whom Susan grew up watching on the big screen. She fell in love with movies at the age of three watching Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) on television and Houseboat at the movies with her parents. Susan quickly became obsessed, as her parents took her to everything from Pillow Talk, The Parent Trap, The Apartment, and Ride the High Country. Susan became a more serious student of cinema at 17, when she was introduced to such foreign films as Francois Truffaut's Jules & Jim; Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast and Orpheus; and Jean Renoir's Grand Illusion, when she watched the PBS series Film Odyssey hosted by Charles Champlin. Susan earned an M.A. in film history and criticism from USC and then put it to good use at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, where she worked for a decade, and the Los Angeles Times, where she was an entertainment writer for 26 years, interviewing such legends as Helen Hayes, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Janet Gaynor, Loretta Young, Lena Horne, Gregory Peck (Susan played 1930 movie trivia with the actor), Sidney Poitier, Charlton Heston, Debbie Reynolds, Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Judi Dench, Sophia Loren, and Leslie Caron. Susan was awarded the Press Award from the Publicist Guild in 2012, and the Roger Ebert Award for Diversity in Film Journalism by the African American Film Critics Association in 2015. Her archives can be found at LATimes.com and she is currently active as a freelancer for entertainment news website GoldDerby.com. Susan joins us from her home in Toluca Lake, California. COMING UP NEXT WEEK Join us next week for the second half of our interview with Susan for more interview stories with famous actors and tips for all of us amateur writers.
(20 de junio: Centenario del Natalicio de Pancho Segura) A raíz de sus victorias en los torneos de la Copa Sudamericana en Brasil, Chile, Argentina y Uruguay en 1939, recibió el apoyo moral y económico necesario para viajar a los Estados Unidos como representante especial del Ministerio del Deporte de Ecuador. Desde Nueva York aceptó una beca para estudiar y jugar tenis representando a la Universidad de Miami, y llegó a ser el mejor jugador universitario del país, ganando el campeonato nacional estadounidense por tres años consecutivos, entre 1943 y 1945. En 1947 dio el salto al profesionalismo a pesar de que en aquellos tiempos a los profesionales no se les permitía competir en los torneos del Grand Slam, es decir, en Wimbledon, Roland Garros, Estados Unidos y Australia, ni en la Copa Davis. Soñaba con ganar uno de esos grandes torneos, pero la necesidad económica lo impulsó a tomar esa decisión. Fue así como entre 1950 y 1952 se convirtió en el primer jugador en ganar el torneo profesional de los Estados Unidos en tres superficies diferentes, venciendo dos veces al gran campeón Francisco «Pancho» González, el mejor sacador de la época. Su velocidad en las piernas, su tenis poco ortodoxo pero muy efectivo, y su inteligencia táctica lo llevaron a ser considerado en 1950 y 1952 como el jugador número uno del mundo a nivel profesional. El legendario Jack Kramer dijo de él que «tenía el mejor golpe en la historia del tenis», un golpe de derecha letal con las dos manos.1 Con semejante talento y carisma, en 1962, ya retirado, comenzó a dar clases en California en el Beverly Hills Tennis Club. Algunas de las grandes estrellas del cine, tales como Doris Day, Julie Andrews, Charlton Heston, Barbra Streisand, Gene Hackman y Ava Gardner, fueron alumnos suyos. Pero los dos alumnos más destacados que tuvo fueron dos de los mejores tenistas de la historia: Jimmy Connors, a quien legó su revés a dos manos, y Chris Evert. ¡Con razón que en 1984 ingresó al Salón de la Fama del Tenis Internacional! Se trata, nada más ni nada menos, que de «la Leyenda» del Ecuador, Pancho Segura.2 Cuando falleció a los 96 años, Jimmy Connors escribió en Twitter: «¡Qué día tan triste! Perdí a mi amigo, entrenador y mentor, el gran Pancho Segura...» Y Chris Evert, por su parte, escribió: «Que descanses en paz, Pancho Segura. Recuerdo con afecto tu humor, tu mente estratégica y tus dos manos con que jugabas en ambos lados. Fuiste un precursor. Te extrañaremos.»3 Así como Pancho Segura, también San Pablo se esforzó por legarles a sus discípulos lo que él había aprendido y practicado a lo largo de su carrera. Quiera Dios que también nosotros determinemos aprender y enseñarles esas verdades a personas que a su vez sean capaces de enseñarlas a otros, para que puedan vivir en paz con Dios ahora y descansar en paz a la hora de su partida.4 Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 «Ecuador pierde a su mayor gloria del tenis, ‘Pancho’ Segura Cano», 19 noviembre 2017 En línea 11 enero 2021. 2 Ibíd. 3 «La historia de Pancho Segura, el ecuatoriano ex número uno que llevó a la gloria a Jimmy Connors y Chris Evert», Infobae, 21 noviembre 2017 En línea 11 enero 2021. 4 2Ti 2:2; Ro 5:1
Paul and Erin review two films about circus and carnival life: Edmund Goulding's 1947 noir NIGHTMARE ALLEY, starring Tyrone Power; and Cecil B. DeMille's Oscar-winning 1952 melodrama THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, starring Charlton Heston and James Stewart. Plus: our quick takes on SAILOR MOON ETERNAL, ARAB BLUES, SPIRAL: FROM THE BOOK OF SAW, BO BURNHAM: INSIDE, CRUELLA, and IN THE HEIGHTS.
On today's episode of Cinemallennials I talked with my cousin Devon about the 1968 science fiction classic, Planet of the Apes, directed by Franklin J. Schaffner and starring Charlton Heston, Roddy McDowall, and Kim Hunter. Planet of the Apes follows the story of a crew of astronauts that crash land on a planet 300 million light years into the future where their perception of both man and ape are reversed, the simians are intelligent and are the conquerors of the world where man is primitive and enslaved. Confronted with this discovery after being hunted by the apes, one of the astronauts Taylor becomes enslaved and has caught the eye of both an animal psychologist, Dr. Zira and her archeologist fiancée Cornelius who claims that apes evolved from man. Upon the discovery of this hypothesized missing link, the chief scientist and defender of the ape faith, Dr. Zaius does all that he can to exterminate Taylor in order to protect the dark knowledge only he knows. From featuring themes like racial supremacy to the balance of faith and science, Planet of the Apes is truly not only a hard Science-Fiction classic, but it is still extremely relevant for our world today. You can purchase Planet of the Apes here. Cinemallennials is a podcast where myself and another millennial are introduced to a classic film for the very first time ranging from the birth of cinema to the 1960s. Myself and my guest will open your eyes to the vast landscape of classic film as we discuss the films' performers, their performances, those behind the camera, and how they and their films still influence our world today. Website: https://dlewmoviereview.com/ Social Media: Facebook: facebook.com/dlewmoviereviews/ Twitter: twitter.com/dlewmoviereview Instagram: @dlew88 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Mark and John discuss the 1994 horror film In the Mouth of Madness. Directed by John Carpenter, and starring Sam Neill, Julie Carmen and Charlton Heston, the movie focuses on what happens when people become too obsessed with a horror novelist. In this episode, they discuss gooey monsters, apocalypses, and Sam Neill's horror career. Enjoy!
Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet to ask, suss and answer a general knowledge quiz with topics including TV Hosts, Classic Television, Band Names, Canada, Shakespeare, History, Pop Music, Colors, Soccer, State Slogans, Sea Creatures, Football Records, Trains, Fast Food Chains, Theme Parks, Menu Items and more! Round One TV HOSTS - Leeza Gibbons was the co-host of what show from 1984 to 2000? CLASSIC TELEVISION - Due to a rights dispute, what series of comedic films produced by Hal Roach would later be re-released to theaters and in television syndication as “The Little Rascals”? BAND NAMES - What British band, that peaked in the 1980's was reportedly named after people being shot or hung in World War II? CANADA - Which Canadian city is Alberta's most-populous city, and is nicknamed Stampede City and Cowtown due to the ten day rodeo event that takes place there annually? SHAKESPEARE - Which of Shakespeare's plays involves a pound of flesh? HISTORY - Who was Japan's prime minister during World War II? Missed Corrections How to pronounce “D.L. Hughley” by A-A-Ron 152 - Lee and Marc get the details wrong during Skyler's MLK question suss: Charlton Heston was the actor who marched with MLK. Round Two POP MUSIC - What would we call Bell Biv DeVoe if the R&B group was named after its members first names instead of their last? COLORS - What color gets its name from the Urdu word for "soil-colored"? SOCCER - What style of play, made famous by Ajax and Johan Cruyff, involves every outfield player being able to play any position at any given moment? STATE SLOGANS - What state's famous slogan came from an anti-littering campaign? SEA CREATURES - The Orca, otherwise known as the killer whale, is the world's largest of what type of sea creature? FOOTBALL RECORDS - In 2021, what NFL all-time scoring leader retired after 24 seasons, playing with only 2 teams? Rate My Question TRAINS - America's first steam locomotive lost a race against a horse drawn car due to mechanical failure. What was the name of this iconic engine? FAST FOOD CHAINS - Which “All American” fast food franchise, while owned by Yum! Brands from 2002 to 2011, notably served a competing soda product, despite Yum's lifetime contract with PepsiCo? Final Questions THEME PARKS - Movie World, Australia's only movie-related theme park is the oldest park worldwide owned by what production company? MENU ITEMS - B.K. Udon is a dish that can be found on Japanese chain Marugame Udon menus in the United States, where B.K. is a substitution for what Japanese word which means “splash”? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges June 9th, 2021 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EDT June 10th, 2021 - Quizmania: Pro-Wrestling Trivia - Ollies Pub Records and Beer - 7:00 pm EDT June 21st, 2021 - Know Nonsense Trivia MEGAQUIZ on Twitch - 8:00 pm EDT You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Tommy (The Electric Mud) and Tim (Pat's Garden Service) Thank you, Team Captains – Dylan, Shaun, Lydia, Gil, David, Aaron, Kristen & Fletcher Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Nabeel, Patrick, Jon, Adam, Ryan, Mollie, Lisa, Alex, Spencer, Kaitlynn, Manu, Mo, Matthew, Luc, Hank, Justin, Cooper, Elyse, Sarah, Karly, Kristopher, Josh, Lucas Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Alex, Doug, Kevin and Sara, Tiffany, Allison, Paige, We Do Stuff, Mike S., Kenya, Jeff, Eric, Steven, Efren, Mike J., Mike C. If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support."
"The film has always been a favorite of those who enjoy visual and dramatic flamboyance." From probably our best known critic, Roget Ebert, and we agree! TOUCH OF EVIL is proof that even movies on all of these pretentious lists can actually be fun. We take a look at what amounts to a B movie, but with a great director at the helm. We also touch on the objectionable brownface of Charlton Heston (of all people) as a Mexican officer of the law, as well as the glorious acting ability and beauty of Janet Leigh. Join us as we travel across the border and talk great endings, boring heroes and the fun of being a heel in TOUCH OF EVIL. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts/Spotify Twitter @offscreendeath Instagram @theoffscreendeath Letterboxd: @daveagiannini and @projectingfilm Artwork by Nathan Thomas Milliner Music by Joplin Rice Find out more at https://offscreendeath.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
“There’s never a cop around when you need one.” When you boil it all down, Charlton Heston was known for two types of films, biblical epics and science fiction sagas. So, on this show, we’re hurtling into the near future to review a film about a plague hit Earth, THE OMEGA MAN (1971). Joining us to review the film is a woman who always dresses for dinner on Sunday, Erica Shultz from Customers Also Watched. Show notes The Omega Man (1971) Director: Boris Sagal Cast: Charlton Heston, Rosalind Cash, Robert Zerbe Plot: Robert Neville is the only survivor following an apocalyptic war waged with biological weapons. The plague caused by the war has killed everyone except a few hundred deformed, nocturnal people calling themselves "The Family". Episode 108.
In this episode of Adapt or Perish—our first of two parts—we’re looking at Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë’s classic gothic romance! In this episode we discuss: Emily Brontë's original 1847 novel Wuthering Heights (1939 movie), directed by William Wyler, written by Charles MacArthur and Ben Hecht, and starring Laurence Olivier, Merle Oberon, and David Niven Studio One Season 3 Episode 10: Wuthering Heights (1950), directed by Paul Nickell, written by Lois Jacoby, and starring Charlton Heston, Mary Sinclair, and Una O'Connor DuPont Show of the Month Season 1 Episode 9: Wuthering Heights (1958), directed by Daniel Petrie, written by James Costigan, and starring Richard Burton, Rosemary Harris, and Denholm Elliott Wuthering Heights (1967 miniseries), directed by Peter Sasdy, written by Hugh Leonard, and starring Ian McShane and Angela Scoular Wuthering Heights (1970 movie), directed by Robert Fuest, written by Patrick Tilley, and starring Timothy Dalton, Anna Calder-Marshall, Julian Glover, and Judy Cornwell Wuthering Heights (1978 miniseries), directed by Peter Hammond, written by Hugh Leonard and David Snodin, and starring Ken Hutchison, Kay Adshead, and Pat Heywood Kate Bush's 1978 song "Wuthering Heights" Footnotes: Adapt or Perish Episode 43: Jane Eyre, Part 1 Adapt or Perish Episode 44: Jane Eyre, Part 2 Adapt or Perish Episode 73: Flowers in the Attic "David Duchovny" by Bree Sharp "The 50 greatest Irish film actors of all time – in order" from The Irish Times Adapt or Perish Episode 34: Romeo and Juliet Kate Bush's "Wuthering Heights" music videos: Version 1, Version 2, and Version 3 The "Wuthering Heights" dance as performed by Noel Fielding You can follow Adapt or Perish on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and you can find us and all of our show notes online at adaptorperishcast.com. We're also on Patreon! You can find us at patreon.com/adaptcast. We have multiple reward levels, which include access to a patron-only community and a patron-only, biweekly bonus show! We hope to see you there. If you want to send us a question or comment, you can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our family movie night this week featured the 1965 classic, The Greatest Story Ever Told. Featuring Max von Sydow as Jesus and Charlton Heston as John the Baptist, this film was one of my favorites growing up. Yes, the actor playing Jesus has funny hair. My son Eli was quick to point that out. But I want to key in on Heston's portrayal of John the Baptist here. John Lazarus Mullet, Lauren's and my youngest son, turned 3-years-old this week. And part of the tradition in our house for birthday dinners has been for my wife and I to take turns telling the story behind the naming of our children, and also to tell the story of our children being born. And it just so happened that in my telling the story of how we came to name John as we did, I found myself recalling John the Baptist in The Greatest Story Ever Told. Thus the inclination to watch the movie for the first time ever with my kids. This brings up some interesting questions, though. How much do portrayals of Jesus and the gospels influence our impression of the Biblical text? And how much does an actor's performance color and shape the way we perceive our Savior and God's Word? As Christians, we are supposed to be imitators of Christ especially, and God's faithful servants secondarily at least in some form or fashion. And I could insert here some cliché about the life and testimony of Christians being the only sermon some people will ever hear. But I won't. All the same, we do well to be Bereans about how Jesus is portrayed in any and every medium. Whether we embrace or reject certain aspects of portrayals as entirely faithful, there is a value in the process of evaluating in light of the Scriptures. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support
Auch wenn sie es selber nicht gerne hört: Senta Berger ist unsere Grand Dame des Films und Fernsehens. In Hollywood hat sie mit Charlton Heston und Kirk Douglas gedreht, in Deutschland mit Heinz Rühmann und Mario Adorf. Jetzt feiert sie ihren 80.Geburtstag - klug und engagiert wie eh und je. Moderation: Norbert Joa
You're in for one WILD ride, noir-o! The lads discuss their love of 1958's Touch of Evil - written, directed AND starring Orson Welles, with Charlton Heston and Janet Leigh. We'll discuss everything from the famous tracking shot to wiretap echoes, all while one of us slowly devolves from their second vaccination shot! Questions, comments or bowls of chili? email@example.com
For episode 169 we are calling up a male order bride and talking about one of the best movies of the 50s, The Naked Jungle. How does it hold up? Penny and Darren explore the themes and interesting choices by the cast and crew. And what a crew it is with Eleanor Parker and Charlton Heston starring, Byron Haskin directing, and the legendary Edith Head doing the costumes; including quite a number she does on Eleanor Parker (all white dresses). So join us for this discussion on a classic film!!
Let's talk about the classic film Ben-Hur - the 1959 version with Charlton Heston, of course. This is one of my favorite movies, and has been since childhood. If you've never seen it, do yourself and everyone around you a favor. Watch it. If it's been a while since you watched it last, watch it again. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support
Here it is: the first episode of Takes From the Forbidden Zone: a miniseries covering every film in the storied Planet of the Apes franchise. Aaron and Shawn from the utopian comedy podcast SRSLY WRONG rejoin Team Kino to discuss the plot and themes of the first film in the series, 1968's Planet of the Apes starring Charlton Heston. Cornelius! Zira! Dr. Zaius! All your faves are here. This is a preview of Primo Lefter, our weekly premium show. You can visit our Patreon to get access to this episode, our archive, and a new episode every week.
Episode 251: The Crew's eating Soylent Red buns while watching Richard Fleischer's Soylent Green. The film's famous line does spoil the once shocking climax. Edward G Robinson steals the movie with his performance of an old man who remembers the beauty of a lost world. Because in the future (year 2022) the world is overpopulated, few have jobs, and food and water are scarce. The Crew discusses. If you like our music intro, head over to Soundcloud and hear more amazing music from aquariusweapon. Aquariusweapon can also be found on YouTube. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's this month's bonus episode from Julie and Dave as they bring on Johnny Staggs to look at the original Planet of the Apes. Will they just be monkeying around or will they realize that this was Earth all along? Will they make a monkey out of Charlton Heston? Take a listen and enjoy this month's bonus podcast!SIPNetwork:Web: http://sipnet.usTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/NetworkSIPInstagram: SIPNetworkThe Podcast From Another World:Johnny can be found:Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrekkieMickey95Twitter: @dave_phantom / @AJoyfulJulieInstagram: @thepodcastfromanotherworldCheck out the Terrible Terror Store On TeePublic! The new Corn Tree design is now available:http://tee.pub/lic/e7et5lQSSbw
Episode 73: Book Bag The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John Le Carré and Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam This week we read two books that will go on our 21 for 21 Reading Challenge! Tami’s book, The Spy Who Came in From the Cold by John Le Carré was published in 1963 - her birth year - oh boy! Amie’s book Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam was a Read With Jenna Book Club Selection from October of 2020! This week we talked a lot about several television series or movies that connected with our books. Check out the episode and the books and shows mentioned below! Amie loved post-apocalyptic literature - are you curious for more? Check out this article by Megan Hunter on Lit Hub: Seeing the Hopeful side of Post-Apocalyptic Fiction Rumaan Alam Video Click HERE for a great video of Rumaan talking about his beautiful family and very happy life. Don’t forget to check out our patreon site this month. And subscribe to our weekly newsletter here! Books Mentioned Bird Box by Josh Malerman One Second After Trilogy by William R. Forstchen Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank The Giver by Lois Lowry Anthem by Ayn Rand World War Z by Max Brooks 1984 by George Orwell Brave New World by Aldous Huxley American War by Omar El Akkad Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel The Stand by Stephen King The Book of M by Peng Shepherd The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood The Road by Cormac McCarthy That Kind of Mother by Rumaan Alam Rich and Pretty by Rumaan Alam Amazon Prime Man in the High Castle The Patriot Greenland (Movie) with Gerard Butler Netflix Spy Craft British TV Show - Grand Designs The American's Apple + For All Mankind Tami’s Arable Land on Earth Geography Lesson (In the episode I said arid but clearly I didn’t mean desert - I meant arable, available to grow food!) In this episode Tami talked about using an apple to explain the amount of arid land available on earth to grow food to illustrate how little arid land Earth actually has. Here is a PDF of The Earth: The Apple of Our Eye for you to do the same lesson with your students or children. Soylent Green Movie Soylent Green is a 1973 American ecological dystopian thriller film directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Charlton Heston, Leigh Taylor-Young, and Edward G. Robinson (in his final film performance following his death in January 1973). Loosely based on the 1966 science fiction novel Make Room! This can be seen on HBO MAX
“TAKE YOUR STINKING PAWS OFF ME, YOU DAMN DIRTY APE!“On this episode, we go back to the oldest movie we’ve done to date, with Planet of the Apes , directed by Franklin J. Schaffner starring the controversial Hollywood icon, Charlton Heston. We go back to 1968 and try to figure out just why this film based off of the ‘63 novel by Pierre Boulle inspired 4 sequels, a remake, a reboot trilogy, and multiple TV series, comic books and video games. Was this film even good, or was the bar for science fiction pre- Star Wars films just low?We talk about how the future NRA president and early champion of the anti political correctness movement, Charlton Heston, might have been accidentally perfect in taking the role as George Taylor, a deeply flawed and hypocritical character. We also get into how Twilight Zone creator and known progressive, Rod Serling wrote the early drafts of the film, and what remains of his vision after former blacklisted writer, Michael Wilson finished the screenplay. What do these contrasting personalities bring to the modern viewing experience?Even though this film is over 50 years old and very dated in terms of special effects and other things that contemporary audiences might find off putting, we learn just how much work went into the making of the prosthetics and make up to create the anthropomorphic Apes, and how that might have effected the Academy Award.Also, what’s the deal with the sequel’s names? Beneath the Planet of the Apes? Escape from the Planet of the Apes? Conquest of the Planet of the Apes? Wait…what’s beneath the Planet of the Apes?We’ve got a lot of opinions and factoids on this one! Come give us a listen, and make sure you stay tuned for our next episode. See you in two weeks!Our music is from Triune Digital and audio clips pulled from movies we will be reviewing in other episodes.Our podcast artwork was made by @jannelle_o
In the first of a 2-part episode, comedian, actor and Emmy-winning writer Dana Gould returns to the show for a funny, frenetic conversation about the "science" of monster movies, the extravagance of Sammy Davis Jr., the generosity of Roddy McDowall (and Charlton Heston!) and the new web series, "Hanging with Dr. Z." Also, Dwight Frye checks out, Darren McGavin dons a bathrobe, Orson Welles turns down "Beneath the Planet of the Apes" and Andy Griffith "punches up" "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken." PLUS: Burt Mustin! "King Kong Escapes"! "Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine"! Don Knotts meets Mr. Potter! And Dana teams with the one and only Mel Brooks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this edition of Parallax Views, few people have lived the kind of life that John Barbour has managed in his 87 years and still going strong life. He became a successful stand-up comic under the guidance of the legendary Redd Foxx in the Civil Rights-era of the 1960s; revolutionized the talk show with a program that featured non-canned, free-flowing conversations about controversial topics like the Vietnam War, American protesters, and labor rights with guests like Jane Fonda, Ronald Reagan, Muhammad Ali, and Cesar Chavez that not only treated the audience as intelligent enough to listen in on the discussions but also opened up the phone lines to allow them to ask the questions; invented reality TV with the show "Real People" under the philosophy of telling the interesting stories of people from all walks of life without judgment; served as a private writer for Frank Sinatra; and produced two separate, controversial documentaries on the assassination of John F. Kennedy and New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison's investigation into Clay. And he did it all as a self-described "Canadian Dropout" as detailed in 700+ page memoir Your Mother's Not A Virgin: The Bumpy Life and Times of the Canadian Dropout Who Changed the Face of American TV! Simply put, John Barbour has led an extraordinary life. And, I think most importantly, he gave a voice to many people, especially through Real People and his talk show, who otherwise would not have been heard. John's career is one of being uncompromising and seeking to promote understanding and truth. That is an accomplishment in itself. John returns to Parallax Views to tell some great stories from his fascinating life including: - Filming a scene with Captain Kirk himself, William Shatner, for the 70s TV movie Pray for the Wildcats. - Being taken to court by a movie producer over his negative review of the Charlton Heston-starring dystopian sci-fi flick Soylent Green in case that went all the way to the Supreme Court! - The hustle of Hollywood, the late night talk show host Jack Paar, and John's experience with Johnny Carson after the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy - How his talk show AM Los Angeles came about because of latino protests; being the first show in the Los Angeles talk show world to take phone calls - John's thoughts on the Fairness Doctrine; butting heads with TV station managers; some talk about the FCC - John's experience interviewing Ronald Reagan, during his days as a California governor before becoming U.S. President, and his impression of Reagan as an empty suit; the tough question John asked Reagan and how Reagan got away with interviewing Reagan despite refusing Reagan's demand of being given pre-planned questions - Interviewing labor leader Cesar Chavez and how Chavez helped John get back at his station manager - The story of when John interviewed Jane Fonda at the height of her antiwar activism during the Vietnam conflict; how John and Jane became friends after a very interesting pre-show conversation where John, who was sympathetic to her antiwar views, tried to demonstrate that perhaps the actress should try a different approach to convincing the American public to question the Vietnam War
The B-Movie Cast is back! In this episode, Mary and Nic are joined by Eric Brooks. Eric is our resident Egyptologist and Indiana Jones cosplayer, so we decided to check out a recommendation of his: the 1954 Paramount adventure film “The Secret of the Incas”. Watch as Charlton Heston shows us what Indiana Jones would
The Rise and Fall of Freedom in America, Walter E Williams, Thomas Sowell, Tech Tyranny The Rise and Fall of Freedom in AmericaWalter E Williams - The Proper Role of GovernmentThomas Sowell - What America is All AboutTech Tyranny - Our Unelected OverlordsThe Rise and Fall of Freedom in Americahttps://youtu.be/6d2w4B1Kxmc LibertyPenAn epic tale of liberty in America, from the founding ideals to present. Milton Friedman, Ayn Rand, Paul Harvey, Andrew Napolitano, Walter E Williams, Tom Woods, Ronald Reagan, Barry Goldwater, Penn Jillette, Mark Steyn, Mario Savio, Charlton Heston, Mike Huckabee. Walter E Williams - The Proper Role of Governmenthttps://youtu.be/FPSYoObwnrgLibertyPenProfessor Williams ponders the proper role of government with Temple University professors William Dunkelberg and William Stull. http://www.LibertyPen.com Thomas Sowell - What America is All Abouthttps://youtu.be/M1qiCDQCRaU LibertyPenMore than thirty five years ago, Thomas Sowell wrote this column addressing America's critics and explaining what our country is all about. Would that same answer be correct today? Narrated by Michael Kevin. http://www.LibertyPen.comhttps://youtu.be/rdslTXwDlfk Tech Tyranny - Our Unelected OverlordsLibertyPenAs corporate media and government morph into a single-minded engine of political correctness, censorship and political propaganda, conservatives and libertarians are being systematically silenced. America’s days as an icon of liberty are fast disappearing before our very eyes. Tucker Carlson, James O’Keefe, Dave Rubin, Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, Michael Nunez http://www.LibertyPen.com
Come Samba with Poda Bing from Ipanema to Lake Oscawana as we pay respect to this perfectly tuned grand entrance to a final season. Selected topics discussed/References made: Lake Oscawana, Beretta's logo, Tesla stock, Donald Glover, Morrissey, Rudy Giuliani, Allen Iverson, Groucho Marx, Peloton, Stan Getz, Dead Poet's Society, Clubhouse, Reddit, Jimmer Fredette, Charlton Heston, The Revenant, Fredo Corleone, Aristotle vs. Plato, Napoleon, Milton Bradley, Quavo, McNulty & Bunk, The Gladiator, Vik's favorite shot in the series, Texas Instruments, Weekend at Bernie's, Chris Cornell and more! Friendly ask: Poda Bing is a labor of love and has been since day 1. If you love the pod, your support matters and means a lot. Visit: glow.fm/podabing if you can. And thank you, as always, to everyone in the Poda Bing community. About Alternate Thursdays: Alternate Thursdays is an independent audio-first media company in Los Angeles that creates hit podcasts with talent, brands, studios & our obsessions. Poda Bing is an Alternate Thursdays (@alternatethursdays) production created by Vik Singh (@helloimvik) -Follow @podabing on Instagram for a pictorial and caption companion to the show. -If you'd like to participate in our Sopranos Trivia series, DM @podabing on Instagram -All archived episodes are available, for free, at https://podabing.show and anywhere you listen to podcasts.