Puerto Rican actor and theatre and film director (1912-1992)
Philo Vance is the detective creation of S. S. Van Dine first published in the mid 1920s. Jose Ferrer played him in 1945. From 1948-1950, the fine radio actor Jackson Beck makes Vance as good as he gets. George Petrie plays Vance's constantly impressed public servant, District Attorney Markham. Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary and right-hand woman. The organist for the show is really working those ivories, and fans of old time radio organ will especially enjoy this series.The Case Of The Cellini Cup: Philo Vance investigates the murder of the owner of a curio shop. Originally aired April 29th, 1943.Support the show
In which Robert & Amy discuss self-control versus passion, and how to have it all! Also, Elvis Presley's first guitar, the National Debt, Typewriting, José Ferrer, Mel Brooks' audiobook autobiography, and National Bubble Bath Day!
New Years with Mindi and The Big Show with Tullulah Bankhead, Vivian Blaine, Jose Ferrer, Margaret O'Brien, Gloria Swanson, etc!
GGACP celebrates the birthday (November 22) of 6-time guest and friend of the podcast Richard Kind with this ENCORE of his very first appearance from back in 2015. In this episode, Richard discusses the evils of censorship, the joy of onscreen female nudity, the demented genius of Pat McCormick and the early hits (and misses) of Gilbert's stand-up career. Also, Richard auditions for "Cruising," duets with Jose Ferrer, gets "punk'd" by George Clooney and pays his respects to Soupy Sales. PLUS: Conrad Veidt! "The Island of Dr. Moreau"! The many talents of Charles Nelson Reilly! Forrest Tucker plays the back "nine"! Jack Benny lusts after Gina Lollobrigida! And Tony Curtis shares a snack with Captain Stubing! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Mindi brings us Tallulah Bankhead, Eddie Cantor, Perry Como, Jimmy Durante, Bob Hope, Jose Ferrer, etc!
Mindy brings us another great Big Show with Tallulah Bankhead, Eddie Cantor, Perry Como, Jimmy Durante, Bob Hope, Jose Ferrer, etc (Mindi)
Ryan opens up today's show discussing the Nationals cutting Yadiel Hernandez from the 40 man roster, as the 35 year old cleared waivers and has been assigned to AAA Rochester. It was an up and down season at the plate for Yadiel Hernandez, although his numbers may indicate an above average MLB hitter. What type of impact would Yadiel Hernandez have in the big leagues, and could we see him in a curly-W uniform in 2023? Ryan explains it all here. Also, the Nats selected 6 contracts to be saved from the Rule 5 draft at yesterday's deadline, and all of them are now on the 40-man roster. Those prospects are Jake Alu, Jackson Rutledge, Jeremy De La Rosa, Matt Cronin, Jose Ferrer, & Jake Irvin. Ryan discusses the potential ALL of these guys can bring to the table for the 2023 Nats, and talks about the likelihood of any of these guys making their MLB debut in 2023. What type of upside do each of these guys have? Follow Ryan Clary on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ryanclary11 Follow Locked On Nationals on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LO_Nationals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jose Ferrer won an Academy Award for his performance in the lead role. Cyrano is a poet, a soldier, a scientist, a playwright and the most feared swordsman in Paris, but his ugliness prevents him from pursuing the woman he loves. Instead, he lends his words to a handsome but tongue-tied friend who also has his eye on the beautiful Roxanne. Edmond Rostand's famous story is more than a romantic comedy; it's a celebration of courage, nonconformity and idealism. We think Cyrano will inspire you as much as he does us. Follow us and contact us on Twitter: @screeningroomCD Instagram: @screeningroomwithchetanddee Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/210852346666226/?ref=share_group_link
The Big Freeze Boxing Day evening 1962 The Christmas Number One at the top of the hit parade was Return to Sender by Elvis Presley All around the country, families were settling down after a busy two days of eating, drinking and making merry. Small screen entertainment on the tv that evening included a hilarious variety show from the London Palladium featuring Bruce Forsyth and Norman Wisdom and the BBCs big Boxing Day movie was Moulin Rouge starring Jose Ferrer and Zsa Zsa Gabor And then, it began to snow. A day late and tantalisingly close to giving the country a proper White Christmas, but snow nevertheless. The temperature dropped…..and it continued to snow. And it snowed and snowed, and it got colder. And it snowed and it snowed some more And that was how it would be for the next one hundred days or so as Britain was plunged into an icy wilderness that would last until the following March. Industry ground to halt as businesses and schools were forced to close. There was widespread panic as ambulances and fire crews were unable to respond to emergencies. Essential supplies and medication failed to get through to hospitals and over half the natural wildlife population died in the freezing temperatures, unable to forage to food. Nothing could be done to stop the bitter temperatures and the relentless snowfall Ladies and gentlemen, Rainbow Valley is proud to present the story of The Big Freeze You can follow the podcast on Twitter @rv_podcast Join our Facebook group at Facebook/rainbowvalleypodcast Or send us your thoughts and feedback to email@example.com This has been a Stinking Pause production. Thanks for listening Scott
Today on part two of the Rarified Heir Podcast we are talking actor/musician/SAG-AFTRA VP David Jolliffe about the relatives of the lifestyles of the rich and famous. No really. David ran in some amazing circles – from Alice Cooper and The Hollywood Vampires to Rosemary Clooney, we get a deep dive into Hollywood that needs to be told. The son of actress Glorya Lord and television executive Richard Jolliffe, we hear some intense stories about everyone from pals Miguel Ferrer and Billy Mumy, We get intimate stories about George Clooney, Bruce Dern, Kent McCord and the Indianapolis 500, what it's was like doing voices for animation in the 1970s vs. today, Billy Mumy and more about the importance and the value of SAG/AFTRA. And the importance of the Rarified Heir Podcast as well. So sit back, take a listen and remember, it's Joe, not Jose to you Mr. Mills.
NOW...That's what I call DUNE! Have you ever wanted to hear the sounds of DUNE from the comfort of your very own home? Well have a sniff of spice and get your headphones! You have GOT to hear this episode of DEATH BY DVD, all about NOW : THAT'S WHAT I CALL DUNE! The sounds of DUNE! NEW EPISODES COMING SOON!HEY, while you're still here.. have you heard...DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER! A Death By DVD New Year Mystery WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE
Let's welcome a new series to the podcast, The Big Show. This is their first episode with Fred Allen & Jimmy Durante. This episode aired November 05, 1950. Starring: Tallulah Bankhead (mistress of ceremonies), Fred Allen, Mindy Carson, Jimmy Durante, Jose Ferrer, Portland Hoffa, Russell Knight, Frankie Laine, Ethel Merman, Danny Thomas, Meredith Willson :::: The Big Show was an NBC variety program that ran from November 5, 1950, to April 20, 1952. It consisted of 57 episodes, spread across two seasons. At 90 minutes per episode, it aired on Sunday night from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. for the first season. NBC spent a lot of money per episode in hopes of keeping the public tuned to their radios instead of leaving for television. Each episode could cost $100,000 or more. My other podcast channels include: MYSTERY x SUSPENSE -- DRAMA X THEATER -- SCI FI x HORROR -- COMEDY x FUNNY HA HA -- THE COMPLETE ORSON WELLES. You can subscribe to my channels to receive new post notifications, it's 100% free to join. If inclined, please leave a positive rating or review on your podcast service. Instagram @duane.otr Thank you for your support. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp
Today we celebrate the work of Jose Ferrer who brings his knowledge of acupuncture and oriental medicine to his virtual spaces here in Altspace. From chakra journeys to sound meditations, we'll find out what inspires him, and how he pulls off his technical feats.Then, he'll guide us on a world tour. Warning! You may have a spiritual awakening in this episode!
Dana and Tom discuss their second entry in Military Courtroom Drama month and one of Dana's favorites, The Caine Mutiny: directed by Edward Dmytryk, written by Stanley Roberts and Michael Blankfort, starring Humphrey Bogart, Jose Ferrer, and Fred MacMurray. Plot Summary: In the middle of World War II, out in the Pacific Theater, we find a tired and weary minesweeper the Caine. When a new captain, Philip Francis Queeg (Humphrey Bogart) is assigned to the Caine, the officers note his strange behavior which may be his efforts to instill discipline or a much deeper problem. Concerned about his behavior, the executive officer, Lt. Steve Maryk (Van Johnson) is convinced by the communications officer Lt. Tom Keefer (Fred McMurray), that Queeg may have a mental illness. When the Caine is in serious danger during a typhoon, Maryk assumes command under Article 184 of the Navy regulations when Queeg's behavior appears to risk the ship and the crew. This action results in a court-martial where Maryk is represented by Lt. Barney Greenwald (Jose Ferrar). Was Maryk justified or did he commit mutiny? Please follow, rate, and review the show wherever you get your podcasts. You can now follow us on Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok (@gmoatpodcast). For more on the episode, go to: https://tj3duncan.wixsite.com/ronnyduncanstudios/post/the-caine-mutiny-1954 (https://tj3duncan.wixsite.com/ronnyduncanstudios/post/the-caine-mutiny-1954) For the entire list so far, go to: https://tj3duncan.wixsite.com/ronnyduncanstudios/post/greatest-movie-of-all-time-list (https://tj3duncan.wixsite.com/ronnyduncanstudios/post/greatest-movie-of-all-time-list)
Hank Schob is an incredible acting coach with so much insight. I was thrilled to have him back on Actorcast for our second season. In this episode, we specifically talk about the benefits that come with learning acting online instead of in a studio and why Hank believes this is the way of the future. We discuss the advantages that come with working in the Zoom medium and why it is so crucial for actors to learn in this format.Please visit https://pennytempletonstudio.com to learn more. And check out Hank's last episode at https://www.actorcast.fm/14-hank-schob-acting-coach-at-penny-templeton-studio-qa/As well as being Co-Owner, Hank Schob teaches Camera Technique, Green Screen and Private Coaching for Actors at Penny Templeton Studio. A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Hank immediately began working on stage. His 50 years of theatre experience Off Broadway include the hit show Your Own Thing, Regional Theatre, and National Tours with stars such as Richard Gere in Awake and Sing, Jose Ferrer in Cyrano, and John Raitt in Shenandoah. He was nominated for a Carbonal Award in the Leading Actor category for his portrayal of Billy Flynn in Chicago. Mr. Schob has also been featured in the films Cadillac Man, Heading for Broadway and Fame. His TV credits include roles on All My Children, Ryan's Hope, Kojak, and Law & Order. He has also appeared on Good Morning America as an expert commentator on Acting and has been casting director for the feature film The Paragon Cortex as well as for Off-Broadway and Summer Stock. He contributed chapters on Camera Technique to the book Acting Lions.Sign up for the Actorcast Newsletter at Actorcast.
Today, I share with you how living with an auto immune disease called Ulcerative Colitis has effected my life.I was diagnosed over 10 years ago and this condition has changed my day to day life. Here, I will share how food and stress effect me. I have made it my life journey to learn more and more about how to live a life with anti inflammatory foods being the majority of what I eat. This being said, I struggle just like the next person to give up completely things I love like , pizza, brownies, and wine. With the help of my nutritionist, Vanessa Hentz, and my gastroenterologist, Dr. Jose Ferrer from Gastro Health, I believe I have the support I need to continue along this journey of recovery. Follow me on this podcast as I share intimate details about this journey!
FINALLY! Death By DVD Does DUNE Part IIThe long awaited continuation to Death By DVDs exploration of Frank Herbert's Dune On this episode we explore DUNE and the many iterations, from the original novels to the most recent film adaptation. HEAR PART ONE NOW CLICK HERE The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTREDEATH BY DVD PRESENTS A NEW YEAR MURDER MYSTERY : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER! A Death By DVD New Year Mystery WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE ENDWHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES
We've gone fishing! This weeks episode features a captivating spine tingling tale that will make you NEVER want to get into water again + A re-release of an episode from December 2021 DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS A NEW YEAR MURDER MYSTERY : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER! A Death By DVD New Year Mystery WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE ENDWHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE
Mondo Hollywood is giving a Valentine to Celebrity Couples with hour of soundtrack music from the careers of real life celebrity couples including Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz, Rosemary Clooney & Jose Ferrer and recent Academy Award nominees Kirsten Dunst & Jesse Plemons! You won't want to miss this celebration of love, marriage and even divorce with music from Sonny & Cher, Edie Adams, The Oscar Peterson Trio and even Beyonce!Set lists available at www.mondohollywood.ca
This episode we begin an exploration into the DUNE universe. From Frank Herbert's original novel series to the films and TV movies that came from it. And just like the new shiny 2021 movie from Denis Villeneuve you'll be getting it in parts!Hear part ONE today! The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE
Yes, there is a new Dune, but it doesn't mean we have to throw the old one down the toilet. Directed by David Lynch. Starring Kyle MacLachlan, Sting, Sean Young, Brad Dourif, Everett McGill, Paul L. Smith, Kenneth McMillan, Patrick Stewart, Dean Stockwell, Alicia Witt, Jose Ferrer and Jack Nance. Music by Toto. How is the world wrong about this movie? From Bryan: Disowned by a director who didn't get final cut. Hated by fans who thought it strayed to far from the book. Brushed off as a faiulre and a mess by those who haven't even seen it. I love this movie and Lynch fans should embrace it as opposed to dismissing it. The Lynchian stamp is all over this film from the design, the themes and the actors. Grab a cup of spice and let's go the weirding way. Find all of our episodes at www.theworldiswrongpodcast.com Follow us on Instagram @theworldiswrongpodcast Follow us on Twitter @worldiswrongpod Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKE5tmbr-I_hLe_W9pUqXag Find all of our episodes at www.theworldiswrongpodcast.com Follow us on Instagram @theworldiswrongpodcast Follow us on Twitter @worldiswrongpod Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKE5tmbr-I_hLe_W9pUqXag The World Is Wrong theme written, produced and performed by Andras Jones Check out: The Director's Wall with Bryan Connolly & AJ Gonzalez & The Radio8Ball Show hosted by Andras Jones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 259, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: Ballet In The '90s 1: Of Jerome Robbins' ballet based on this musical, New York Magazine quipped, "When you're a Jete...". West Side Story. 2: Matthew Bourne set his innovative new production of "Cinderella" in this city during the Blitz. London. 3: We hope the Artist Formerly Known As this saw "Billboards", a rock ballet danced to his music. Prince. 4: The 18 vampire brides in the Houston Ballet's show about this count could be called the corpse de ballet. Count Dracula. 5: In just 2 months in 1993 the NYCB presented 73 works by this late Russian-American choreographer. George Balanchine. Round 2. Category: Celebrity Hodgepodge 1: Verna Felton was the voice of the nice fairy godmother in "Cinderella" and the mean Queen of Hearts in this film. Alice in Wonderland. 2: This aunt of George Clooney divorced Jose Ferrer the same day Dinah Shore divorced George Montgomery. Rosemary Clooney. 3: Kenneth Branagh was born in this capital of Northern Ireland in 1960. Belfast. 4: This Roy Rogers co-star once stunned his fans by entering a NYC hotel lobby and signing the register himself. Trigger. 5: No wonder Kiri Te Kanawa became an opera singer; she's a descendant of this noted partner of W.S. Gilbert. Arthur Sullivan. Round 3. Category: Star Trek, Star Wars Or Lord Of The Rings 1: A council that takes place at Rivendell is central to its plot. Lord of the Rings. 2: In its lore, a Bajoran wormhole leads to the Gamma Quadrant. Star Trek. 3: This one lent its name to a defensive weapons system that many felt was a pie-in-the-sky fantasy. Star Wars. 4: A race called the Andorians causes trouble for the humans in this one. Star Trek. 5: Its creator was born in South Africa. Lord of the Rings. Round 4. Category: The Quotable Franklin 1: "In the world nothing is certain but" these 2 things. Death and Taxes. 2: These "fell great oaks". Little Srokes. 3: Completes his line on the death of Georgiana Shipley's squirrel, "Here Skugg lies snug...". As a bug in a rug. 4: "They are so grateful" was his 8th and last reason for preferring this type of mistress. Older Women. 5: Completes his maxim, "Some are weather-wise...". "Some are other-wise". Round 5. Category: Universal Studios Islands Of Adventure 1: If you like 3-D action, you'll love the amazing adventures of this webslinger. Spider-Man. 2: Sam-I-Am knows Universal has a cafe named for this "colorful" title breakfast. "Green Eggs and Ham". 3: A T-rex attacks just before you take an 85-foot plunge on the ride named for this 1993 film. Jurassic Park. 4: Seuss Landing is home to a rollicking ride named for this famous feline. The Cat in the Hat. 5: On Marvel's Superhero Island you may turn green when you ride the roller coaster named for him. The Incredible Hulk. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia!
UFO documentaries, besides being informative and entertaining, also serve to preserve UFO history for future researchers. However, one documentary, “UFOs: It Has Begun.” has itself become a part of UFO history. One of its producers has claimed that the U.S. Department of Defense offered him and his partner the use of some film footage taken by the Air Force at Holloman Air Force Base. According to him, it showed a UFO landing and a meeting between its occupants and Air Force officials, and it was going to be the finale of the documentary until the DoD withdrew the offer at the last minute.The movie was originally released in 1974 as “UFOs: Past Present and Future.” It was written primarily by Robert Emenegger, who also produced it along with Allan Sandler. It has Rod Serling as its main narrator, and there are appearances by Burgess Meredith, Jose Ferrer, Jaques Vallée. and J. Allen Hynek. In 1976 and 1979 it was re-released under its new title.The story of the film's beginning is as follows: Emenegger and Sandler had originally set out to produce a series of films about advanced military technology but were diverted by an intriguing piece of information offered by their military contact, Paul Shartle, with whom they were working at Norton Air Force Base. Shartle, Security Manager and Chief of Requirements for the Audio-Visual Program at the base, said he had seen a film of an alien craft landing at Holloman AFB three years previous. As discussions about possible projects continued, the idea that one of them be about UFOs came up and was encouraged by military officials who offered the producers the use of the footage. Emenegger and Sandler decided to go ahead with a UFO documentary, and the film was made.Read more →
Prime your limpet mines, pull on your windproofs and climb into your canoes and join us as we paddle furiously into enemy territory to discuss 1955's Cockleshell Heroes with none other than historian Saul David. Saul has a new history of the Special Boat Service out so what better film to tackle than Cockleshell Heroes. Starring Trevor Howard, Jose Ferrer, Victor Maddern, Christopher Lee and Percy Herbert as the Royal Marine Commandos tasked with sinking enemy ships deep in enemy territory! Follow us on Twitter @FightingOnFilm and on Facebook. For more check out our website www.fightingonfilm.com Thanks for listening!
The OTRNow Radio Program 2012-020Jack Armstrong The All American Boy 1940-12-12 e1569 Country of the Head HuntersThe Big Show. November 5, 1950. With Fred Allen, Jimmy Durante, Jose Ferrer, Meredith Willson and His Orchestra, Mindy Carson, Paul Lukas, Portland Hoffa, Russell Knight, Tallulah Bankhead. Michael Shayne 1946-11-05 The Return of HuxleyInner Sanctum. April 24, 1945. "Song Of The Slasher"
Today I discuss Arrow Video's release of David Lynch's Dune (1984). Starring Kyle MacLachlan, Kenneth McMillan, Jose Ferrer, Sting, Everett McGill, Patrick Stewart, Jurgen Prochnow, Paul L. Smith, Max von Sydow, Alicia Witt, Sean Young, Brad Dourif, Fancesca Annis, Virgina Madsen, Leonardo Cimino, Linda Hunt, Freddie Jones, Silvana Mangano, Jack Nance, Sian Phillips, and more. Production Design by Anthony Masters. Music by TOTO. Cinematography by Freddie Francis. Written and Directed by David Lynch.
Today, I am so excited to welcome the extraordinarily funny Jason Graae to the podcast. He has put smiles on the faces of anyone who's ever seen him perform, be it on Broadway in Stardust and Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up, off-Broadway in Forever Plaid and Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh, or on screen! Tune in to hear him talk about his legendary career, including: a cryptic comment from James Lapine, his two favorite Friends, getting comedy advice from Jerry Herman, how Jose Ferrer messed up his debut, the show that Vicki Lewis misjudged, teasing Thommie Walsh, imitating Ken Jennings, changing the plot of Camelot, and more! Plus his imitations of William Finn, Karen Morrow, and Valerie Cherish!
Mike Penna broadcasts from his Kentucky Studio and brings you the latest in Thoroughbred Racing. Featuring Jimmy Bell, Churchill Downs Dir. of communications Darren Rogers, Dallas Baker from BetMakers Technology Group, trainer Dallas Stewart, and trainer Fausto Gutierrez. Plus Unsung Heroes presented by Claiborne Farm featuring Clerk of Scales Javier Torres, Kurt Becker's "Stroll Through Racing History" with Mother Goose, and Sean Clancy goes "In the Room" with jockey Jose Ferrer.
Tom in for Nick and joined by Lee Mottershead of the Racing Post. We ask if the recent whip-free racing at Monmouth Park in the US is a sign of things to come and speak to Jose Ferrer who rode at the meeting. We hear from Ed Vaughan who recently sent out his first winner in the States having moved from the UK. Jane Chapple-Hyam is along to talk about her Cazoo Oaks filly Saffron Beach. And in our regular Tuesday bloodstock segment, Nick speaks to Clifford Barry of Pin Oak Stud.
Tom in for Nick and joined by Lee Mottershead of the Racing Post. We ask if the recent whip-free racing at Monmouth Park in the US is a sign of things to come and speak to Jose Ferrer who rode at the meeting. We hear from Ed Vaughan who recently sent out his first winner in the States having moved from the UK. Jane Chapple-Hyam is along to talk about her Cazoo Oaks filly Sappron Beach. And in our regular Tuesday bloodstock segment, Nick speaks to Clifford Barry of Pin Oak Stud.
This week we are joined by the hilarious Michael Tannenbaum (@iamTannenbaum) to try to make sense of 1984’s psychedelic sci-fi clusterfuck DUNE! Dune- Release date: December 14, 1984- Budget: $42M- Box office: $30.9M- Estimated loss: $20M- Director: David Lynch - Starring: Kyle MacLachlan, Francesca Annis, Patrick Stewart, Sean Young, Jose Ferrer, Virginia Madsen, Kenneth McMillan, Paul L SmithNEXT WEEK: Send your brain to the afterlife as we’re talking about 2013’s colossal misfire R.I.P.D. Show Notes:Zendaya is Meechee - https://twitter.com/gabegundacker/status/1043666739274252288
Cerise and Vicky crack open some New York Times Number One Best Seller airport novels and talk about how the movies based on them are...completely fine. Full of amazing performances and often mediocre pacing. But we didn't talk about any YA? 9:30 - Tom Clancy's Without Remorse (2021, Stefano Sollima)Cerise and Vicky are pleasantly surprised that this movie is only half as fashy as Tom Clancy's name is wont to imply, and give a big welcome to the show to Michael B Jordan. 31:25 - The Caine Mutiny (1954, Edward Dmytryk) Vicky reads the entire film as a narrative about gay desire and closets, Cerise defends the righteousness of mutineers, and both of them think this movie should've trimmed its runtime. 50:00 - Valley of the Dolls (1967, Mark Robson) Cerise adores Patty Duke's scenery chewing, Vicky is too distressed by the misogyny to even enjoy it, but both start to think about checking out the book 1:09:30 - The Dead Zone (1983, David Cronenberg) Cerise and Vicky freak out with joy at the first good movie they got to watch in two weeks. Do you guys remember good movies? They almost forgot. 1:26:50 - The Russia House (1990, Fred Schepisi) Is this John Le Carre adaptation unfairly forgotten? Yes! Is it a must watch? Oh, no, no. It's pretty OK though! (Stars this week include: Michael B. Jordan, Guy Pearce, Lauren London, Jodie Turner-Smith, Jacob Scipio, Humphrey Bogart, May Wynn, Fred MacMurray, Jose Ferrer, Van Johnson, Sharon Tate, Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, Susan Hayward, John Mahoney, Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen, Brooke Adams, Sean Connery, Michelle Pfeifer, Roy Scheider, Klaus Maria Brandauer)
ESPAÑOL:José Ferrer es el Senior Director en Global Produce Sourcing en Walmart, liderando la operación de México, previamente fue el vicepresidente y Líder del Market Supply Chain para el mercado europeo de Chiquita Brands. José Comenzó su carrera en P&G Latinoamérica. Ha desarrollado su carrera como experto en la cadena de suministro de hortalizas y frutas en Latam.Algunos de los aspectos más destacados del podcast:Bienvenida y aprendizajes de su etapa inicial de su carrera en P&G Región Andina.Jose mudanza a Centroamérica a Chiquita Brands.La Cadena de Suministro del banano, desde Centroamérica a USA y Europa.Experiencia en Walmart.Desarrollando la Cadena de Suministro de los vegetales y frutas en LATAMENGLISH:José Ferrer is the Sr. Director for Global Produce Sourcing in Walmart, leading Mexico Hub, and former VP Market Supply Chain Leader for the European market of Chiquita Brands. He started his career in P&G Latam. He has developed his career as an expert in the vegetable supply chain in Latam.Some of the highlights from the podcast:Welcome and learnings from Jose's initial time in his career in P&G Andean RegionJose's move to Central America to Chiquita BrandsThe Supply Chain for bananas, from Central America to USA & EuropeWalmart experienceDeveloping the vegetable and fruits Supply Chain in LATAMDiscover more details here.Follow us on:Website: https://bit.ly/32bR2GrInstagram: http://bit.ly/2Wba8v7Twitter: http://bit.ly/2WeulzXLinkedin: http://bit.ly/2w9YSQXFacebook: http://bit.ly/2HtryLd
The celebrated children's tale with music, Peter and the Wolf - as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us - was first heard in Moscow in the spring of 1936, an ominous time in the Soviet Union. Everywhere it went after that, it thrilled a listenership of kids. More, in this episode of Fishko Files. Walt Disney and Sergei Prokofiev met in Hollywood in 1938. Later, Disney made this promotional film about their meeting. (The man at the piano is an actor, not Prokofiev) Peter and the Wolf showcased some of the great voices and orchestras of the 20th century. See a list of some of the recordings used in Fishko Files, below. Peter and the Wolf(s) Koussevitzky Conducts Prokofiev: Boston Symphony, Serge Koussevitzky, conductor, Richard Hale, narrator. Pearl 1991. (recorded 1939) Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky, conductor, Eleanor Roosevelt, narrator. Listen to the recording here. (Recorded 1950) Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Mario Rossi, conductor, Boris Karloff, narrator. Vanguard, 1992. (Recorded 1957) Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Sir Eugene Goossens, conductor, Jose Ferrer, narrator. MCA, 1989. (Recorded 1959) Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York, Leopold Stokowski, conductor, Bob Keeshan, narrator. Everest, 1997. Academy of London, Richard Stamp, conductor, John Gielgud, narrator. Virgin, 1989. (Recorded 1989) Orchestra of St. Luke’s, James Levine, conductor, Sharon Stone, narrator. DG, 2001. (Recorded 2001) The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor, David Bowie, narrator. RCA, 1978. (Recorded 1978) New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor and narrator. Sony, 1998. (Recorded 1960) Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Zubin Mehta, conductor, Itzhak Perlman, narrator. EMI, 1996. (Recorded 1986) Other music by Prokofiev used in this episode Romeo and Juliet, excerpt from Suite #2 Op. 64 C. Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Armin Jordan, conductor. Erato, 1992. Sonata #6, excerpt from 1st movement, Sviatoslav Richter. Philips Classics, 1998. Winter Bonfire, Op. 122, excerpt from “Departure.” The New London Orchestra. Ronald Corp, conductor. Hyperion, 1991. Fishko Files with Sara Fishko Assistant Producer: Olivia BrileyMix Engineer: Wayne ShulmisterEditor: Karen Frillmann
Hank and I had the opportunity to connect through our mutual friend, Ryan Kessler, who was a previous guest of Actorcast. I was inspired by Hank's devotion to the craft of acting and enjoyed having him share his insights with you all. We talk about why actors need to build a stronger work ethic, why script analysis is such an important class to take, and one of the biggest hurdles that actors need to overcome.As well as being Co-Owner, Hank Schob teaches Camera Technique, Green Screen and Private Coaching for Actors at Penny Templeton Studio. A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Hank immediately began working on stage. His 50 years of theatre experience Off Broadway include the hit show Your Own Thing, Regional Theatre, and National Tours with stars such as Richard Gere in Awake and Sing, Jose Ferrer in Cyrano, and John Raitt in Shenandoah. He was nominated for a Carbonal Award in the Leading Actor category for his portrayal of Billy Flynn in Chicago. Mr. Schob has also been featured in the films Cadillac Man, Heading for Broadway and Fame. His TV credits include roles on All My Children, Ryan’s Hope, Kojak, and Law & Order. He has also appeared on Good Morning America as an expert commentator on Acting and has been casting director for the feature film The Paragon Cortex as well as for Off-Broadway and Summer Stock. He contributed chapters on Camera Technique to the book Acting Lions.Please visit https://pennytempletonstudio.com to learn more.Sign up for the Actorcast Newsletter at Actorcast and join our membership to gain access to exclusive content at Become an Actorcast Premium Member | Actorcast.
Today on Reel 33, we talk with Bill Allen about his book "My Rad Career", which offers a closer look into decades of his life in Hollywood before, during, and after Rad. Learn about Bill's first paid role in the film industry, in which he starred alongside a young George Clooney and legendary stage actor Jose Ferrer. Bill also opens up about the late, great Brandon Lee, his best friend whose young life was tragically cut short during filming of "The Crow" in 1994. Bill talks about the accident that claimed Brandon's life, and Michael Massee, the actor opposite Brandon, who lived the rest of his life unable to escape the emotional pain of his involvement. That alone is a remarkable story, but wait until you hear about Bill and Michael working together years later! The universe always finds a way to help us heal, and this story nails it. Rad fans do not want to miss this very special episode!
Dos aclamados actores, directores, escritores y productores. Primero James Edward Olmos, actor multifacético, director, escritor y productor, nominado para un Oscar, ganador de premios en Broadway, “Zoot Suit” Teatro, Cine y Televisión; Miami Vice. Entrevista de radio en Miami con Gilda Mirós. Además entrevista con José Ferrer, fue un actor puertorriqueño que participó en más de 60 películas y obras teatrales a lo largo de su carrera. Obtuvo tres nominaciones a los Óscar, consiguiendo la estatuilla por su papel en Cyrano de Bergerac (1950). Sus otras dos nominaciones le llegaron de la mano de Juana de Arco (1948) y Moulin Rouge (1952) en la que daba vida a Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Debutó como director y productor en la película The Shrike(1955). Fue padre del actor Miguel Ferrer y tío del también actor George Clooney. Entrevista por teléfono desde Florida con Gilda Mirós, radio NYC, 1990s
Today’s guest Bob Fitch truly is the greatest showman. Tune in to hear him talk about mediating between Ray Bolger and Donald O’Connor, testifying in the suit between Jerry Lewis and Alex Cohen, Clive Revill’s pre-show routine, why Angela Lansbury would never look you in the eye, recording taps for Bob Fosse, why he turned down choreographing Lorelei, winning a tap contest against Pat Boone, and stories about Liza Minnelli, Noel Coward, Jose Ferrer, and more.
It's a Noirvember bonus this week as we discuss Otto Preminger's hypnosis thriller Whirlpool (1950), starring Gene Tierney, Richard Conte, Jose Ferrer, and Charles Bickford. Subjects include kleptomania, Hulkamania (not that kind), gallbladder crises, and our very healthy parasocial relationships with the terrible stars we love. Please forgive the audio issues, particularly toward the end of the episode, which was recorded on 70-year-old equipment stolen from Richard Conte's home office in a trance. Show Notes & Sources: https://wp.me/pbeIfn-ce Theme Music by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.filmmusic.io): "Dark Hallway (Distressed)" and "The Show Must Be Go"
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This week we chat with Matthew Hannibal Butler about which of life's truths can be gleaned from the Kennedy-favourite musical - Camelot!"A 1993 review in The New York Times commented that the musical "has grown in stature over the years, primarily because of its superb score ... [which] combined a lyrical simplicity with a lush romanticism, beautifully captured in numbers like 'I Loved You Once in Silence' and 'If Ever I Would Leave You.' These ballads sung by Guenevere and Lancelot are among the most memorable in the Lerner-Loewe catalogue. King Arthur supplies the wit, with songs like 'I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight.'"Listen to Matthew's Podcast here: thatsnotcanon.com/deliciouswordsandwichpodcastFURTHER READING:Camelot (musical)Camelot (film)Alan Jay LernerFrederick LoeweThe Once and Future King.Kennedy AdministrationJulie AndrewsRichard BurtonRobert Goulethttps://open.spotify.com/album/5Fp6Y3gNufwzUeEBxuOZpohttps://music.apple.com/us/album/camelot-original-1960-broadway-cast-recording/158476378Camelot: The Musical, A History By Matthew Hannibal ButlerBy Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick LoweA History By Matthew Hannibal ButlerCamelotis an oft forgotten and underrated musical masterpiece by the iconic duo Lerner and Lowe, first premiering with Sir Richard Burton as King Arthur and Dame Julie Andrews as Guinevere, with Robert Goulet as the dashing Sir Lancelot. They did not have these titles when it premiered in 1960 at the Majestic Theatre, but I thought it was a nice touch considering their royal counterparts.Camelotis inspired by the definitive Arthurian novel The Once and Future King by T.H. White, a four book saga consisting of the iconic Sword in the Stone,The Witch in the Woods, The Ill-Made Knight and finally The Candle in the Wind. The musical mainly focuses on the events of this final instalment detailing with the last weeks of Arthur’s reign, the machinations and ultimately revolts by his son Mordred, Guinevere and Lancelot’s demise, and the tragic king’s final reflections of right and wrong. For all its levity, what I adore about this musical’s story is its choice to focus on one of the greatest tragedies in western folklore: The Fall of Camelot.As you can tell, I am an Arthurian lore fanatic, and T.H. White’s book, in my opinion, is the best classic interpretation of King Arthur. A tragedy of this musical is, in my opinion, that it did not inspire more interest in White’s marvellous book.Lerner and Lowe, as well as Camelot’s original director Moss Hart, were all coming from the chaotic universal success of their musical My Fair Lady and their musical film Gigi. Tensions and stakes were high. ‘Twas the classic tale of ‘What’s next?’ after tremendous success. Hart and Lerner decided upon T.H. White’s quintessential fantasy published in 1958 for their next musical. For a very small background on White, he wrote the bulk of the series in Ireland as a conscientious objector of the second World War between 1938 and 1941, thus writing a distinctly anti-war, anti-violent story engrained with western identity. To adapt this at this time, just before Kennedy’s escalation of the Vietnam War is a right proper noble gambit worthy of Arthur, let me tell you.Frederick Lowe initially had no interest in the project, but agreed to write the score on the condition that, if it went badly, it would be his last. This do or die spirit, I found, reigned throughout the whole production, in spite of everything, and made it the suitably tragic triumph that it became. There were several problems plaguing the production, not least of which was Lerner’s wife leaving him during its writing, causing him to seek medical attention. I can’t help but surmise this informs one of the most poignant moments of the play, when Arthur realises the feelings shared between Lancelot and Guinevere and he thus soliloquises about his love for his kingdom, his purpose and in truth his friends will ensure that they will together nonetheless prevail through all challenges.During its initial previews, it overran drastically. It was supposed to be two hours and forty minutes, instead it clocked in at a casual four and a half hours with the curtain coming down at twenty to 1 in the morning. Lerner later noted, “Only Tristan and Isolde equalled it as a bladder endurance contest”. In spite of this trial, positive reviews still generally prevailed though with an insistence much work needed yet. With drastic editing to be done, Lerner was hospitalised for three weeks with a bleeding ulcer, then Hart tagged into the hospital just as Lerner tagged out with his second heart attack.Cutting it down became a stubborn quest, for Lerner did not want to make dramatic decisions without Hart. Alas, Jose Ferrer of Cyrano de Bergerac fame was unable to step in, and so it goes as Lerner wrote: “God knows what would have happened had it not been for Richard Burton.” He accepted cuts and changes all while radiating faith and geniality to calm the fears of the cast. A King off and on the stage. Meanwhile, ever the Queen, last minute changes were so dramatic that literally at the last minute before the New York preview Julie Andrews was given the iconic number “Before I Gaze At You Again”, simply remarking “Of course, darling, but do try to get it to me the night before”.With Hart returned, literally and figuratively, cuts and edits continued. The New York critics’ reviews of the original production were mixed. However, My Fair Lady’s fifth anniversary approached and Ed Sullivan wanted to do a tribute segment on his show. Lerner and Lowe chose to mainly perform highlights from Camelot on the show, and so it was their new show achieved an unprecedented advance sale of three and a half million dollars.Now that’s perseverance, even when things are going haywire, you raise the stakes even higher! This served also to make Robert Goulet a household name with his signature ballad, “If Ever I would Leave You” becoming the Once and Future Belter.Camelot had its initial run. In such time, it gained many an award, including four Tony Awards, with Richard Burton for Best Leading Actor, naturally Best Scenic Design and Best Costume Design, with Franz Allers for Best Conductor and Musical Director and finally with Julie Andrews being ROBBED and fetching a nomination for Best Leading Actress.Robert Goulet became a STAR with appearances on the Danny Thomas and Ed Sullivan Shows, and the stellar, and frankly best, original cast recording became a favourite bedtime listening for President John F. Kennedy, who was Lerner’s classmate at Harvard University. His favourite lines from the final reprise of the titular song became well-documented, and forever associated Camelot, with all its idealism and sheen, with the Kennedy Administration.Small sidenote, to enjoy this tremendous score, the best buck starts and ends with the original cast soundtrack.Alas, the obstacles encountered in producing Camelot were hard on the creative partnership of Lerner and Loewe, the show turning out to be one of their last collaborations. Camelot was indeed Hart’s last Broadway show, dying of a heart attack on December 20, 1961.Since the original production, Richard Burton reprised his role as Arthur with Christine Ebersole as Guinevere and Richard Muenz as Lancelot. Then ‘twas revived in 1981 with Richard Harris as Arthur, Meg Bussert as Guinevere, Muenz once more as Sir Lancelot. This version can be found three parts on the YouTubes. Harris starred in the tragic for all the wrong reasons film, but proved he was the jewel in that particular crown for he took the show to tour nationwide with Muenz. A curious Broadway Revival also ran in 1993 with Robert Goulet now King Arthur.There was then in 2007 Michael York as King Arthur, Rachel York, no relation, as Guinevere and the disgraced James Barbour ironically as Lancelot.Alas, I have not been able to see Michael York as King Arthur, as that is inspired casting.The final production I have had the honour of seeing was in 2008, since alas taken down from the YouTubes, where the New York Philharmonic presented five semi-staged concerts of Camelot with Gabriel Byrne as a more contemplative and subdued King Arthur, Marin Mazzie as Guenevere, and Nathan Gunn as Lancelot. What made this production stand out for me was it didn’t overdo anything, as this musical can oft be overwhelming, and also it featured Christopher Lloyd as Pellinore, a role I feel he was destined to do. Oh, if only they had done a spin-off adventure story starring Christopher Lloyd as Pellinore in his endless hunt for the Questing Beast.All in all, the history of Camelot I think reflects it perfectly for better or ill. It is not a universally appealing production. In my opinion, it was never destined to be, considering its content and style. It is very chatty, pontificating and philosophical, yet with its simply magic score, a lush fantastical world, sweeping tragic romance and swashbuckling glory, when it connects with people it connects as firmly as the sword in the stone.Like us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter! Support us on Patreon!Email us: firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our home on the web thatsnotcanonproductions.comOur theme song and interstitial music all by the one and only Benedict Braxton Smith. Find out more about him at www.benedictbraxtonsmith.com
Rafi Ferrer, son of Rosemary Clooney and Jose Ferrer, and cousin to George Clooney, discusses his acting and voice over career, as well as growing up in Hollywood with such famous parents
One of the entertainment industry's most recognizable faces, Richard Kind, swings by Shetler Studios to talk to Kevin and Rob about his obsession with theater and his appearances in Sly Fox, The Producers, Bounce, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, and so many more! Richard pulls back the curtain on his career to discuss how he sang with Jose Ferrer, what it was like originating a Sondheim role, and why the stage will always be his true love. Also, Richard shines the spotlight on Hal Prince, Joanne Woodward, and Paul Newman! Become a sponsor of Behind The Curtain and get early access to interviews, private playlists, and advance knowledge of future guests so you can ask the legends your own questions. Go to: http://bit.ly/2i7nWC4 To book a room at Shetler Studios, head on over to: https://www.shetlerstudios.com
Welcome to Season 1 of our retrospective Oscar podcast series -- And the Winner Still Is. Hosted by film editor Marisa Carpico and television editor Matt Taylor (Way too Early Oscar Predictions Podcast, Drag Race All-Stars pod)this series looks at various years in Oscar history. The winner of Best Picture is spotlighted and then the other films in the category are discussed. The duo also breaks down the director and the acting categories as well as other another notable categories. Of course their own our personal snubs will be addressed as well. The their episode focuses on 1950 where All About Eve, Sunset Boulevard, King Solomon's Mines, Born Yesterday, and Father of the Bride, were up for Best Picture. That year Jose Ferrer, Judy Holliday, George Sanders, and Josephine Hull took home acting awards.
We continue looking at famous Nemos with the 1978 Irwin Allen SF adventure The Amazing Captain Nemo AKA The Return of Captain Nemo, starring Jose Ferrer and Burgess Meredith.