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Tate went off the wall for his pick by his standards by picking a popular movie. We review 1986's The Color of Money starring Paul Newman, Tom Cruise, and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. We talk about the best sounds in sports, cover the plot, acting, and Sage and Jacob put their "real critic" glasses on and attempt to talk about editing. A cuckoo clock also goes off at some point. This movie was directed by Martin Scorsese. GD4AM: 80/100 IMDb: 7.0/10 Metacritic: 77/100 RT: 89% Fast Eddie Felson teaches a cocky but immensely talented protégé the ropes of pool hustling, which in turn inspires him to make an unlikely comeback. This movie is currently available for rent on most streaming platforms.
Cody Dericks of Next Best Picture joins Brian for a discussion of SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION, the Oscar-nominated drama directed by and starring Paul Newman. They also talk about Newman's terrific career and pick his three best films!SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION is available on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3C11bFiFollow 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.
Jordan and Brooke are joined by writer and friend of the pod Phil Tice for 1969's romantic comedy, er, serious Western. Pick your poison: Newman or Redford? How many classic character actors can you pack into one film? Why did critics originally pan this masterpiece? And do we think the boys secretly escape to Australia and start a life together? (Spoiler: yes).Follow us on Twitter!Follow Phil on Instagram!
In which one host rediscovers Melanie Griffith. And a few other things to be thankful for ahead of Thanksgiving. Such as: The fact that this film is not the Tiffany Haddish comedy from a few years ago. Although we haven't seen that flick so maybe we are wrong. Wrong like the perennial loser character played by Paul Newman in THIS Nobody's Fool. Although he is Paul Newman. And we are not. But we remain thankful for Melanie Griffith. Very thankful. Happy first Thanksgiving podcast meal and come back for seconds and thirds! Support what we do with bonus content and early episodes on Patreon Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @trilogyintheory Tweet at your hosts: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Letterboxd: @projectingfilm & @webistrying Artwork by: @nasketchs Find out more at https://trilogyintheory.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Mario Andretti is an auto racing icon, considered by many to be the greatest all-around race car driver in the history of motorsports. Mario Andretti's achievements are legendary: The world watched as he won the Daytona 500, the Indianapolis 500 as well as 4 IndyCar titles and ultimately the Formula One World Championship in 1978, an unprecedented trifecta. No other race car driver has ever won all three titles. Mario took the checkered flag 111 times during his career – a career that stretched five decades and across six continents. Ladies and gentlemen, it is with great honor to introduce to you, one of auto racing's most famous Living Legends, Mario Andretti.
You can now listen to our episodes for the low, low price of $24.99—just don't ask where the money is going and if you'll ever get it back! We're conning you into listening to the story of and behind Paper Moon, the '70s drama starring Ryan and Tatum O'Neal. What Oscar record does this movie still hold? What sad behind-the-scenes stories change how we saw it? And what the heck does it have to do with Lorelai and Rory's shopping habits? Plus, with a quick look at the history of con people in real life and the movies, you too can learn how to pull fast ones on other people!Other pop culture we ref: Daisy Miller, Peyton Place, Jodie Foster, Orson Welles, Hailee Steinfeld, Shirley Temple, Paul Newman, The Exorcist, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, McMillion$, Inventing Anna, The Dropout, Ocean's 11, Ocean's 8, The Talented Mr. Ripley, American Graffiti, The Office, Now You See MeWe Wholeheartedly Recommend: SOUR by Olivia Rodrigo, Mystic PizzaCheck us out on Instagram!Subscribe to our new email list!So it's a show? TwitterSo it's a show? Tumblr
Included in this episode: 1. Why Some People See More Disturbing Content on Facebook Than Others 2. Pentagon Says China Plans to Expand Nuclear Arsenal Faster Than Expected 3. In Blow to “Defund” Movement, Minneapolis Residents Vote Against Replacing the City's Police Department 4. Paul Newman's Recently Discovered Memoir Will Be Published in Fall 2022 .
Paul Newman's legacy of giving it all away continues to be the gold standard in philanthropy. Dr. Miriam Nelson, CEO of Newman's Own Foundation, shares what led her to the foundation, why every penny of profit (over $550 million) is donated to worthy causes, and what's next for the foundation. A NY Times bestselling author, renowned scientist and researcher, Miriam's commitment to improving children's wellness, sustainability and food systems is unmatched. www.NewmansOwnFoundation.org www.NewmansOwn.com Follow on FB/IG/Twitter www.BuildUponTheGood.com *Special thanks to The Samples for use of "Streets in the Rain"
Bob Bergen and I welcome none other than Henry Winkler to "That's Classic!" Amazing stories from Henry's initial "Happy Days" audition for "Fonzie", the brilliance of Ron Howard, his first time seeing Robin Williams, directing Burt Reynolds and his past experience with Sylvester Stallone and Paul Newman. Henry also discusses his latest children's book and his thoughts on dyslexia. Don't miss this in-depth, heartfelt interview with a truly funny and kind actor!
On this episode of On the Rocks, we chat with child star Barry Livingston who has over six decades in the business since his time on My Three Sons. He has worked with some of Hollywood's most iconic personalities - Debbie Reynolds, Paul Newman, Lucille Ball, Elvis, Jerry Lewis, Jack Gleason, Dick Van Dyke, Martin Landau, Karl Malden, The Partridge Family, William Frawley - appearing on The Lucy Show, Ozzie and Harriet, Mad Men, Grey's Anatomy, Will & Grace, the West Wing, Desperate Housewives, and the list goes on. We are chatting about surviving Hollywood, his memoir The Importance of Being Ernie, and his new film Notorious Nick. We also welcome guest co-host, Momma Rose, with your host with the sassy most, Alexander Rodriguez. From Straw Hut Media Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Ringer's Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Sean Fennessey have got too much balls and not enough brains to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Martin Scorsese's ‘The Color of Money,' starring Paul Newman, Tom Cruise, and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Producer: Craig Horlbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What we've got here, is failure to communicate. Join your favourite TransAtlantic podcasting crew – Ian, Liam, and Ethan - Georgia got put in the box - as we review the 1967 Paul Newman classic, Cool Hand Luke. We're looking to eat 50 eggs in our 92nd episode as we discuss: The original format of the story and how it presented itself here. Ethan's got a theory about the chain gang that made Ian and Liam do a literal double-take Georgia passes on her thoughts on the film in a 3 minute manifesto that has us rolling in the aisles What happens to the brain when you eat too much sushi How much Cool Hand Luke made in the international market How we even begin to consider the role of women in this film Ian pitches a sequel to Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut" We reveal what film we're reviewing for our Halloween week episode Whether or not Cool Hand Luke is the Best Film Ever. Support the BFE with a donation at https://linktr.ee/bestfilmeverpod Buy some BFE merch at https://my-store-b4e4d4.creator-spring.com/ Massive thanks to Lex Van Den Berghe for the use of 'Mistake' by Luckydog. Catch more from Lex's new band, The Maids of Honor at https://soundcloud.com/themaidsofhonor Also massive thanks to Moonlight Social for our age game theme song. You can catch more from them at https://www.moonlightsocialmusic.com/ Timestamps for this episode: 0:00 - Opening Banter 9:15 - Shoutouts 20:35 - Deep Dive 1:21:50 - Endgame
Review time so soon? Yes, here are six more, with 4 from 1974. 1974 was also a good year for progressive rock. Your decade under the influence crew starts things off today with (Across 110th street 1972). Here you have Anthony Quinn, Yaphet Kotto, and A truly radical ending, also the damned theme song is still stuck in my head. Next we review the second Dick Lester musketeers movie, (The four Musketeers 1974) same cast as the first plus Charlton Heston. Quickly moving on to (it's Alive 1974) What if your baby came out of the Shute with baby hands that kill almost everything that gets too close to them. Also what is it? Where is it from? And just perhaps maybe, why is movie? Next up Steve McQueen and Paul Newman try to out Star each other in (The towering inferno 1974). Oily rags do it again here, also the hunk from the thorn birds cut corners, and mommy dearest wasn't given enough to do. In (Willie Dynamite 1974) Gordon leaves Sesame Street and is big pimpin in a car with huge ass pipes, and Diana Sands as Cora tries to get Willie to wise up. Finally today we end with 1979's (The great Santini) Robert Duvall stars as a Military douche with a wife, four kids, and a heart of gold. Hmmmmm I dunno don't quote me on that last one. Hey friends, thanks for listening. Find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and let us know what you think.
Stop by and tell our good friends at B&K Auto Salvage thank you for supporting the Far Reaches. Remember to use the exclusive Far Reaches promo code for savings on purchases and higher rates on your scrap! Episode 2 features Richard and Micah pack the water in this episode and have some fun trying to stay on track! The gang kick off the episode with a beautiful two way reach around and bring everyone up to speed on the week. Richard got to spend some time with his dad and R3 weaning and then take the fam to a great movie and spend some time in Reno! Micah has been busy around the house and was recently elected to the EOU Alumni board, which made his best thing of the week! The entertainment spotlight features the 1963 Paul Newman movie, Hud. Richard and Micah discuss why I can be so hard to watch. Micah get's them in the ditch by discussing how this movie and many others that have been important in his life were written by Larry McMurtry, and have been featured on Far Reaches as well! Richard does a fine job of keeping Micah focused but they still manage to wander through several other movies and writers and have some fun doing it! Richard picks the next Entertainment Spotlight and decides the world needs to be reminded how impressive the MASH movie is. Released in 1970, it later spawned the long standing TV series as well, but stands strong on it's own! It will surely lead to some great conversation! The gang then dives into the most recent examples of the Cancel Culture with the upheaval over the recent Dave Chappelle special on Netflix and the resignation of Raider's head coach Jon Gruden over leaked e mails. Then Micah clarifies what Let's Go Brandon means and the boys finish up by talking through some of the details on vaccination policies and how this is impacting the workforce. Strap in and hang on, as this is one you will want to share with your friends. So have fun, enjoy and keep on Reachin! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/micah87/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/micah87/support
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Abi returns to Weatherfield and she isn't just pleased to see Kev, that really is a gun in her pocket as she plots revenge. Zeedan quickly has to come to terms with what's involved in laundering money but discovers that Yasmeen is reluctant to hand over the books to him quite that easily. After Dev develops an interest in Natasha, Bernie provides him some unwanted assistance that blows any immediate chance he has with either woman. A handily-placed card on a bunch of flowers finally spells out that Sinkhole Leo's true intentions are not towards Daisy, rather he has his sights set on Jenny instead. James and Michael find that the ordering of a baked potato at Roy's can be more challenging and bizarre than they could've imagined. Foiled by Rita in his attempts to get info on Sharon, Imran decides that he can no longer live a lie and comes clean to Toyah about his recent betrayal. Navid's shingles have cleared up. Craig disappears into a hedge. Elsie smiles.
Ketchup with Lace and Katherine to hear: 1. An oBITCHuary for Paul Newman's two parter episode, "Til Meth Do Us Part." 2. An URBAN cheating legend. 3. Seventeen Baddies turned Cheaties. 4. Lace and Katherine's road trips to Florida to other Florida-like places. HAVE YOU CHEATED, BEEN CHEATED ON OR BEEN A SIDEPIECE? CALL US & LEAVE US A TEASER ABOUT YOUR STORY & YOU JUST MIGHT GET INTERVIEWED ON AN EPISODE OF CHEATIES: 888-STABBY-8 (888-782-2298) FOLLOW US ON IG: CHEATIES PODCAST | LACE LARRABEE | KATHERINE BLANFORD Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is a podcast from a year ago - when we first started to do zoom sessions and put them on MartiniZone.com at the YouTube channel. Oldie but goodie while Jennifer is traipsing around the planet. I begin the segment with me on camera mentioning the two folks I invited to come to the session. Jennifer knew the face of Tom, one of them, didn't know the second one Randi at all. However, we spoke to Tom before, and this conversation is in honor of his 70th birthday. We talk about his birthday party on the flipside, and talk about music in general and a little bit of his bio. Then we shift to Regis Philbin, someone I knew, met through Charles Grodin (had dinner with outside of when he first met me and commented on the air about my mixed striped outfit) and he had a couple of things to say to his friend Chuck. Then I interview "the Amazing Randi" - a terrific magician in his own right, who later became the preeminent debunker of all things paranormal. As was our interview with atheist Harry Dean Stanton (and Carl Sagan) both in the "Backstage Pass to the Flipside" books, he had some amusing anecdotes to say, as well as messages to both Penn and Teller. Finally Paul Newman strolled by - and we got fifteen minutes with the icon who has a message for John Cusack of all people (someone I know). We'll speak in more detail to Paul if he desires it - but it's another mind bending hour of your time.
Jason Isaacs joins Adnan to discuss his new movie, Mass. The new James Bond movie: No Time To Die. Chris Wittyngham has never been to a movie theater with reclining seats. Paul Newman's Nobody's Fool. Chris Cote's review of The Many Saints of Newark. Scenes From a Marriage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jason Isaacs joins Adnan to discuss his new movie, Mass. The new James Bond movie: No Time To Die. Chris Wittyngham has never been to a movie theater with reclining seats. Paul Newman's Nobody's Fool. Chris Cote's review of The Many Saints of Newark. Scenes From a Marriage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
IT'S THE SEASON 4 PREMIERE, Y'ALL! Today, Lace and Katherine interview Atlanta restauranteur, Paul Newman! No, not THAT Paul Newman. This one is way funnier, honest to a fault and most importantly, he's alive. Paul's story was so insane that it had to be broken into 2 parts. Strap in and get ready for a journey full of red flags, the likes of which have never before been heard of on this podcast! Enjoy Part 1 FOLLOW OUR GUEST'S RESTAURANT ON IG: Paolino Restaurant & Gelataria FOLLOW US ON IG: CHEATIES PODCAST | Lace Larrabee | Katherine Blanford HAVE YOU CHEATED, BEEN CHEATED ON OR BEEN A SIDEPIECE IN A RELATIONSHIP? CALL TO LEAVE A VOICEMAIL TEASING YOUR STORY & YOU MIGHT JUST END UP ON AN EPISODE OF CHEATIES! 888-STABBY-8 (888-782-2298) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today is part 2 of Lace and Katherine's wild interview with Atlanta restauranteur, Paul Newman! No, not THAT Paul Newman. This one is way funnier, honest to a fault and most importantly, he's alive. Paul's story was so insane that it had to be broken into 2 parts. Strap in and get ready for the conclusion to a story full of red flags, the likes of which have never before been heard of on this podcast! Enjoy Part 2, y'all! FOLLOW OUR GUEST'S RESTAURANT ON IG: Paolino Restaurant & Gelataria FOLLOW US ON IG: CHEATIES PODCAST | Lace Larrabee | Katherine Blanford HAVE YOU CHEATED, BEEN CHEATED ON OR BEEN A SIDEPIECE IN A RELATIONSHIP? CALL TO LEAVE A VOICEMAIL TEASING YOUR STORY & YOU MIGHT JUST END UP ON AN EPISODE OF CHEATIES! 888-STABBY-8 (888-782-2298) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cʹest un jeu qui se joue en salle, avec des billes, des queues, des tapis verts. Un jeu à lʹiconographie patente, imprimée sur nos rétines depuis lʹavènement du film de Martin Scorcese, La couleur de lʹargent, The Color of Money, sorti en 1986. Un film événement qui lance, en Europe et dans le monde, la mode du billard américain, voyant ouvrir dans son sillage de nombreux clubs et de nombreuses salles. Mais ça, cʹest de lʹhistoire sociale. Quant à lʹhistoire du film, Martin Scorcese reprend, sous un autre angle, le personnage de Paul Newman, Fast Eddie, héros de lʹArnaqueur de 1961 de Robert Rossen. 25 ans plus tard, cʹest la suite de la vie de Fast Eddie Felson qui intéresse Scorcese. Le réalisateur joue sur les relations dʹun arnaqueur déclinant qui devient mentor dʹun jeune prometteur joué par Tom Cruise. Cʹest un film sur un rapport de force, puis sur un passage de témoin, qui nʹest pas la suite littérale de lʹArnaqueur. Il y a de lʹamour, il y a de la haine, il y a du jeu, il y a de lʹarnaque. Paul Newman, 60 ans, fait un come-back spectaculaire face à Tom Cruise auréolé du succès de Tom Gun. Il y gagne même lʹoscar du meilleur acteur. Un troisième personnage, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, donne un contrepoint salutaire, une distance à ce duo dʹhommes pris dans leurs jeux de la vie et du hasard. Martin Scorcese filme au plus près des tables de billard, au plus près des bouteilles de bourbon. Les images sont presque tactiles. La couleur de lʹargent est maîtrisé de bout en bout par Scorcese, qui est comme un joueur de billard devant ses billes. Le film est un succès au box-office et permet au réalisateur de se lancer à corps perdu dans le projet de sa vie : La dernière tentation du Christ. REFERENCES Martin Scorsese interviewé pour la Couleur de lʹArgent Antenne 2, téléjournal 1987 Michael HENRY WILSON, Scorcese par Scorcese, Cahiers du Cinéma, 2005 RICHARD SCHICKEL, Conversations avec Martin Scorcese, Sonatine, 2011 Entretien avec Martin Scorcese à propos de la couleur de lʹargent, propos recueillis à New York par Michael Henry Wilson le 28 octobre 1985 pendant la préparation du film. Paru dans Positif de mars 1987.
Welcome to the Season 3 Premier! Once again, brought to you by our wonderful friends at B&K Auto Salvage! Remember to check out their website and use your Far Reaches exclusive promo code! https://bandkautosalvage.com/ The gang kick off Season 3 with a 3 Way Reach Around update! Richard, Joel and Micah catch everyone up on the highs and lows of the mid season break. Joel and Micah made an appearance at the Pendleton Roundup and were sure to represent in full Reacher Style! Joel finished it off with a multi state roadtrip through the west with some camping and world famous parks and places! Rich has been dominating the real estate world and Micah has been enjoying the Florida life! The gang discuss the Entertainment spotlight, which Joel had chosen before the break, a wonderful standup special from Shane Gillis. Joel also picks the word of the week, which he decides should be Whistle Blower given the current hearings and hubub! Micah picks the next entertainment spotlight, and decides everyone should suffer and or enjoy screening the 1963 Paul Newman classic, Hud, https://www.imdb.com/video/vi2435365401/? Richard and Micah wind up the episode with some Rona talk and remind everyone that Homecoming is this weekend at good old EOU! So jump in, sit back relax and enjoy the kickoff episode. Keep the suggestions coming and Keep on Reachin! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/micah87/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/micah87/support
País Estados Unidos Dirección George Roy Hill Guion William Goldman Música Burt Bacharach Fotografía Conrad L. Hall Reparto Robert Redford, Paul Newman, Katharine Ross, Strother Martin, Jeff Corey, Henry Jones, Cloris Leachman, Ted Cassidy, Kenneth Mars Sinopsis Un grupo de jóvenes pistoleros se dedica a asaltar los bancos del estado de Wyoming y el tren-correo de la Union Pacific. El jefe de la banda es el carismático Butch Cassidy (Newman), y Sundance Kid (Redford) es su inseparable compañero. Un día, después de un atraco, el grupo se disuelve. Será entonces cuando Butch, Sundance y una joven maestra de Denver (Ross) formen un trío de románticos forajidos que, huyendo de la ley, llegan hasta Bolivia.
Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP) Managing Director Kari Niedfeldt-Thomas - serving concurrently as mayor of the City of New Brighton, MN - discusses how the Paul Newman-founded organization's corporate purpose work has continued to evolve, particularly throughout the events of 2020. Kari and Aaron talk about the importance of companies increasing transparency when it comes to tracking, measuring and reporting progress, leading on ESG research and connecting more directly with investors, and supporting companies in their ongoing DE&I work. Tune in to hear why Kari decided to run for mayor in 2020, and learn more at cecp.co. Production Credits: Aaron Kwittken, Dara Cothran, Nina Valdes, Maria Bayas, Michael Grubbs, and Mathew Passy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sixty years after "The Hustler" was released, Joe Rubenstein reveals personal observations and fascinating facts about the production, director, and cast of this riveting drama, starring Paul Newman, Piper Laurie, George C. Scott, and Jackie Gleason. Covered: Director's background [2:18] Synopsis [8:07] Newman's reaction to script [14:05] What Scott "said" to Laurie in party scene [18:25] Newman's performance [25:13] Why Scott used middle initial [26:54] Why Scott rejected Oscar nomination [28:56] Did Gleason hustle Newman? [35:33] Music [36:58] Links: Episode Transcript Piper Laurie's Autobiography George C. Scott's Biography Podcast Website
On the latest episode of YKY we discuss John's choice, 1973's The Sting directed by George Roy Hill and starring Paul Newman, Robert Redford and Robert Shaw. This is a classic and much beloved film that John described as one of a few "perfect" movies. Great script, cast and twists and turns in every direction. The whole film is a con and the audience has a ball trying to keep up. Does the gang agree? You never know.
Join us as we begin our journey through the career of our second star: Paul Newman. We'll go through Paul's entire filmography, beginning with the notoriously panned THE SILVER CHALICE, and move chronologically away from the studio system, through New Hollywood and into the Postmodern era. Each week we'll discuss a new film title or two, what it meant in the grander scheme of his career and its overall role in the Paul Newman-ography.
This episode is about Susan Wolf's 1982 article “Moral Saints.” You're probably a moral enough person. But have you ever had that nagging feeling that you should be even better? That if you were really good, you would devote your life to the cause, whatever cause that might be? That you should become some kind of moral saint? People who devote their entire lives to being as morally good as possible are held up as objects of admiration, as a kind of saintly standard that the rest of us feel vaguely guilty for not living up to.Susan Wolf says we shouldn't feel bad about not being saints because no rational person should want to be a saint in the first place. In this episode, I explain her argument for why it makes more sense to be cool like Paul Newman than good like Mother Teresa. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=35146517&fan_landing=true)
Hace 60 años se estrenaba ‘El buscavidas', la mejor película sobre el billar jamás filmada y en la que Paul Newman creó un personaje de leyenda al que daría vida en dos películas: en ésta y en ‘El color del dinero' de Martin Scorsese. Celebramos también el 90 cumpleaños de la actriz Angie Dickinson repasando su carrera.Charlamos con el exhibidor Toni Espinosa sobre el futuro de las salas de cine tras la pandemia. Y en nuestra sección dedicada al cine musical nos ocupamos de ‘Sombrero de copa', la mejor de las diez películas que rodaron juntos Fred Astaire y Ginger Rogers.
We're back Shitters! For the quintessential tall building movie, The Towering Inferno. The tallest building of this series, Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, and the blueprints of the building in the film, this is the one to beat. Also, we had some technical difficulties during this episode, so if anything sounds weird, that's why. For updates on which movie we're watching next follow us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cbkapod Chew Bubblegum and Kick Ass is part of the EaseDrop Podcast Network Also, if you don't mind leaving us a review on your podcast app, that would be sweet. Support Chew Bubblegum and Kick Ass by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/chew-bubblegum-and-kick-ass
BREMBO RED is live at LUFTGEKUHLT 7, the Porsche air-cooled festival in Indianapolis. Host Dan Sandberg welcomes JOHN OATES, from the legendary pop duo HALL & OATES, and Porsche race car specialist KEVIN JEANNETTE from GUNNAR PORSCHE RACING to talk MUSIC, CARS, Racing, and CULTURE. JOHN OATES talks about how he fell in love with cars, his special Porsche 356 EMORY OUTLAW and the reveal at Luft 7 of his unique rebuilt Porsche 914/6. He also talks about his passion for both music and cars. KEVIN JEANNETTE talks about the 914/6 he built with John Oates, the future of car rebuilds and collecting and HOLLYWOOD RACE CAR DRIVERS, including his work with the legendary Paul Newman, and the future of car rebuilding and collecting.
Lou Antonio is an actor and director perhaps best known for playing Koko in the 1967 classic Cool Hand Luke. But his part in that film was just one role in a long career dedicated to the stage, screen, and working behind the camera. Over the years, he met and worked with everyone from George C. Scott and Liz Taylor to Laurence Olivier, William Shatner, and Burt Reynolds. The son of a Greek immigrant father, Lou grew up in Oklahoma, where he played baseball and football. A bad shoulder injury, however, killed his dreams of being a ballplayer. In New York, Lou studied with Curt Conway and Lee Strasberg before landing roles on TV and in film. In the 1950s and 60s, he was working with acclaimed directors such as Elia Kazan and Otto Preminger. He also met and worked with an impressive array of actors on such films as Splendor in the Grass and Hawaii. Lou takes the title of his book from Cool Hand Luke, the Paul Newman film about Lucas Jackson, a prisoner on a chain gang who will not conform to the rules. In addition to Newman, Lou played scenes with the legendary Dennis Hopper, Harry Dean Stanton, Strother Martin, George Kennedy, and Joe Don Baker. In part one of this two-part conversation, Lou discusses how he got from Oklahoma to Hollywood and all the interesting people he met along the way.
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Richard Cracknell and debutants to the show in Daily Mail correspondent Paul Newman and English Cricketer Rikki Clarke on this edition of the Last Word On Spurs panel to review Tottenham Hotspur's home game against Chelsea. Along with also previewing Spurs' League Cup tie against Wolves on Wednesday. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane #TOTCHE
This week we dig into a new festival where we review graphic novels and comic books that have nothing to do with superheroes. Max Allan Collins gripping story of fathers and sons in the 1930's revolves around a young boy witnessing the murder of a mob killing and the backlash to his family in Sam Mendes Road To Perdition starring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like what you see. Follow us for more interaction and content: INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/deepdivefilmschool TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ddfspodcast FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/deepdivefilmschool Join our growing community for new videos every week!
David Thomas is a world-renowned, well respected fashion stylist with over 30 years of experience in the fashion world. He is considered one of the original pioneers of celebrity styling and was recently included in The Hollywood Reporter's 2017 "5 of Hollywood's most in-demand men's stylists" list. In 1982 at the age of 16, David Thomas was living in his hometown of Gloucester, UK and dropped out of school at the advice of his career teacher. Upon that advice, David pursued a four-year plumbing apprenticeship. When he was a plumber, during his spare time David would devour glossy fashion magazines and newspaper gossip columns. Determined to fulfill his dreams, David left his plumbing job. Undaunted and unstoppable, in 1988 David applied for and received a grant from the Prince's Trust. To support himself, he worked weekends washing dishes in a café and evenings as a lavatory attendant in a West End nightclub while attempting to build his career by working as an assistant for free. That allowed him to get his foot in the right door. He began working as a freelance assistant to Isabella Blow and Ian R. Webb; eventually landing his dream job as an assistant to Judy Blame, stylist and jewelry designer.By 1990, David was himself styling. In 1991, at the age of 25, David became the youngest fashion editor in the world for British Esquire Magazine and subsequently at 26, the youngest fashion editor in the US as contributing fashion editor of Esquire Gentleman. During the time at Esquire, the magazine had a policy of ‘no models'. David developed an alternative approach to filling the fashion pages and promoting fashion by using musicians, actors, artists and writers. In addition, David later worked as contributing fashion editor at Vogue Homme, L'Uomo Vogue, Vogue Hommes International and Interview as well as contributing to Vanity Fair and British GQ. Through the years of David's career, he has worked with various clients such as: Sting, Paul Newman, Jack Nicholson, Liza Minelli, Angelina Jolie, The Spice Girls, David and Victoria Beckham, Dita Von Teese, Usher, P.Diddy, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, Meghan Trainor, Mariah Carey, Lana Del Rey, Matthew McConaughey, Henry Golding, Chris Hemsworth, Benedict Cumberbatch, Casey Affleck, James Franco, Gerard Butler, Colin Farrell, Jamie Foxx, John Legend, Lionel Richie, Calvin Harris, Harry Connick Jr, David Guetta, Barry Manilow and more. Tune in to the first part of this episode of Ritch In Life and listen to David and Ritch talk about being high school drop outs and pursuing careers in the fashion, talk about trends and tailoring and a little celebrity gossip. You can follow David @davethomasstyle and @shopdavidthomasx to find out more.
This week Ken welcomes writer, producer, director and actor, Chip from My Three Sons himself, Mr. Stanley Livingston. Ken and Stanley discuss Ozzy and Harriet, hanging out with Mr. Ed, swimming, being a stunt kid, Paul Newman, his brother getting recast, Doris Day, Please Don't Eat the Daisies, the family burlesque business, Baltimore, vaudeville, mom and pop dirty businesses, the hunt for TV content, My Three Sons, Nick at Nite, Fred McMurray, the strange production of My Three Sons, movie stars on TV, the Skippy pilot, having not seen your big break for 50 years, reconnecting with your co-stars, not being Huck Finn, The Actor's Journey, learning all the ropes, starting your own production company as a teenager, writing The Aftermath, the technical advances of editing software, being made up by Jack Pierce, Famous Monsters, Forry Ackerman, being a Monster Kid, and Paul Bartel's strange Private Parts.
Bobby eats a banana. Chad erects a Paul Walker statue. JT creates conflict. Khalyla is the real fan. We talk Hawaii 5-0, Paul Newman's hips, things too heavy for the Skeez, and go Quid Pro Bro while demonstrating our World Cup celebrations. Sponsors: For listeners of the show, Calm is offering a special limited time promotion of 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at CALM.COM/BELLY Last longer. Go to www.getroman.com/belly and get $10 off your first order of Swipes plus free, 2-day shipping! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.