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PLUS: What beloved TV character do you want to check in on? COBRA GANG: BRITNEY: Sam Asghari is improving his publationship fitness AND D-BAGS: Chris Pratt (again) and a guess the d-bag!
6:02-NEWS 6:10-Bryce Harper's broken thumb is heading for surgery 6:25-Cutting back on expenses due to inflation 6:40-More sightings of UFOs 6:52-Employees are asking for time off over the SCOTUS ruling over Roe v. Wade 7:02-NEWS 7:15-Republicans are registering voters at the gas pump 7:28-Bacon can be used for anything 7:40-Biden has perfected his ability to leave a press conference 7:45- CUT SHEET | Former White House aide testifies Trump demanded to be taken to the Capitol by the Secret Service | Also claimed Trump wanted armed supporters at the Jan 6th rally | 8:08-Callers on white house aide testimony 8:15-Woody Allen and Alec Baldwin to an Instagram Live together and it is interrupted several times 8:28-NEWS 8:45-Preparing for an annual covid vaccine 9:01-NEWS 9:10-President Biden phones his son over the New York Times story involving China 9:39-CUT SHEET | Hillary Clinton on if she'll actually run again in 2024 | John Hinckley gives his first public interview since his release from prison | Charles Barkley tries participating his first TikTok video 9:55-Final Thoughts
On tonight's edition of the Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano gets introspective. E. O'Brien Murray, veteran political consultant and crisis communications strategist, joins the Other Side to discuss the New York Gubernatorial Primary Election results...and then sticks around for the rest of the show. Later, Ty Delorean, the son of legendary car designer John Delorean and the designer of the new three wheel DMC 21, talks about his new car and the controversies surrounding his identity. Even further down the road, we introduce a new round of the Midnight Panel featuring Murray alongside Dr. Frank Sorrentino, award winning Political Science Professor and author of several books including Presidential Power and The American Political System and Andrew McKenna, Deputy Director National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence in Westchester. We also dissect Alec Baldwin's interview with Woody Allen, list the pros and cons of New York City potentially allowing casino gambling, and examine the (mostly) boring life of Frank's producer, Alex. This episode of TOSOM is packed to the gills! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dylan rips his attention away from the January 6th hearing to discuss another important hearing: Ghislaine Maxwell's sentencing in federal court. Next, there are some light Kardashian updates. And finally, Alec Baldwin went live on Instagram with Woody Allen, and it was just as bleak as it sounds.
We're trying something a little different in our midweek Breakfast All Day drop-in: Season two of “Only Murders in the Building” has begun on Hulu, and Alonso and Christy are sharing our recap of the first two episodes widely. It's the kind of content we usually offer exclusively to our Patreon subscribers, and we hope you'll consider joining us there for upcoming recaps this season as well as all of our TV coverage year-round. And in news, we discuss “Elvis” box office, the celebrity response to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, Alec Baldwin interviewing Woody Allen, and the theory that Maverick's actually dead for most of the “Top Gun” sequel. What do you think? Let us know, and thanks for hanging out with us.
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John Hinckley says all the wrong things to CBS, Wendy Williams isn't well, Alec Baldwin gives Woody Allen tech support, Kwame Kilpatrick's new grift involves his baby, Jon Witz stops by to talk Taco Fest, and who is "AirDrop Larry"?Machine Gun Kelly is the victim in his new documentary. We almost lost him."Larry" decided to airdrop some pictures of his BJ to everyone on his flight because he was "just having fun". This was on a flight from Detroit to Denver, so someone knows "Larry".The Hawk finally returns.Royal Oak Taco Fest is coming up this weekend and Jon Witz joins us to tease the event .He also has a riddle to tease the acts for the upcoming Arts, Beats & Eats in September.John Hinckley Jr. does his first TV interview on CBS This Morning.Wendy Williams is clearly unhealthy in her interview with TMZ.Howard Stern thinks he's running for president. He's not, but he's saying he is.The red hair/grey pubes poll results are final.Kim Adams is back at WDIV. We talked about it yesterday but forgot to mention she is repped by Bort Beisner.Detroit Fireworks TV show was full of exciting sponsor interviews.COVID screwed the commercial real estate game.AOC and Elizabeth Warren want the government to do abortions on Federal land.Meet Kyng Kilpatrick... and click the link to pay for his dad Kwame's new $880,000 house in Orlando.Brian Laundire's confession letter is all a lie.Baker Mayfield is as done with Cleveland and they are with him.Drew Crime: Kaitlyn Armstrong is believed to be alive. Drew recaps the local murder of Bernice Gray.Demi Lovato got a new dumb tattoo. Oh, and her new "punk" music sucks. She's on the fairground tour.Amy Andrews is coming back to Fox 2 after a brief hiatus.Cassidy Hutchinson dropped a lot of bombs during the Jan 6th Hearings.Alec Baldwin and Woody Allen had a delightful interview on Instagram Live where they talked about everything... except for shooting people to death and molesting children. Woody Allen can't afford decent internet connection.Jizzlaine Maxwell go 20 years in prison for her participation in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal.A 101-year-old Nazi has finally been sentenced in Germany to death... by getting 5 years.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
The Supreme Court rules that a former Washington state high school football coach had the right to pray on the field after games. Representative Maya Flores accuses Speaker Nancy Pelosi of pushing her daughter during her swearing-in ceremony last week. Four people are killed and 30 are injured after part of stadium in Columbia collapsed during a bullfight. Alec Baldwin has announced that he will interview Woody Allen.
Howard Stern has said he is seriously considering running for president after Roe v. Wade was overturned, Alec Baldwin is interviewing Woody Allen on his podcast for some reason, the new Buzz Lightyear movie bombed and the new Elvis movie is amazing, and Ana De Armas is perfect. Buy Drinkin Bros' new HardAF Seltzer Here! Go to ghostbed.com/drinkinbros and use code DRINKINBROS for 30% off EVERYTHING (Mattresses, Adjustable Base, and more) -- plus a 101 Night Sleep Trial and Mattresses Made in the USA!
Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. States are going to war against each other when it comes to abortion. Anti-abortion clinics are finding pregnant teens online and saving their data. ABC's Justin Finch joins the show to provide some context regarding the surprise January 6th hearing today. And a brief glance into the Instagram Live interview between Alec Baldwin and Woody Allen.
6:03-NEWS 6:12-Amtrak derailment in Missouri 6:37-Speeding on highways 7:02-NEWS 7:15-Prime Minister Boris Johnson tells Jake Tapper Democracy is not dead in America 7:32-Norwegian cruise ship hits an iceberg in Alaska 7:50-CUT SHEET | Beavis and Butthead learn about white privilege | Alec Baldwin is doing an instagram live with Woody Allen | 8:05-29-year-old transgender woman defeats a 13-year-old in women's skateboarding contest 8:12-U.S. sanctions against Russian oil is doing nothing when countries like India still buy their oil 8:20-NEWS 8:27-The Jan. 6th committee announces a "surprise" witness and hearing for this morning 9:01-NEWS 9:08-Dr. Michael Roizen, joined Mike Opelka to discuss the fentanyl crisis coming in from the Southern Border and his upcoming book "The Great Age Reboot." 9:28-Johnny Depp returning to Pirates of the Caribbean? 9:37-Army drops requirement of a high school diploma to enroll 9:45- CUT SHEET | Michigan AG says it's hard to know if voters will vote based on the economy or the overturning of Roe v. Wade | Charlamagne tha God blames Democrats for allowing Roe v. Wade to be overturned | Protestors block an active freeway | 9:55-Final Thoughts
5PM - Supreme Court sides with Bremerton's praying coach // 'F*** America': Green Day Star Billie Joe Armstrong says he's renouncing his U.S. citizenship during London concert in wake of SCOTUS overruling Roe // After the ruling: Americans ask Google how to move to Canada // Alec Baldwin announces he'll conduct rare live interview with Woody Allen: 30 Rock star says he loves the director and 'COULD NOT CARE LESS about anyone else's speculation' regarding Allen's alleged sexual abuse // Texas GOP Rep. Mayra Flores says Speaker Nancy Pelosi 'pushed' her daughter during photo op // Oregon Teachers Claim Eye Rolling is White Supremacy // Parents plan to sue Scottsdale school district, Board member over ‘secret dossier' // LETTERS See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Motley Crue on tour, avoiding abortion, Rudy Giuliani assaulted by a back slap, Unrivaled: Red Wings v. Avalanche, Ben Affleck kid's car crash, Eli Zaret stops by, waiting for the Detroit Fireworks, Danny Bonaduce's mystery illness, and Drew's wild weekend.Wild Weekend: Matt Riley's 60th birthday bash. Todd Rundgren killed it... and then totally made up with Trudi. Paul McCartney headlined Glastonbury, but some people are saying Dave Grohl ruined Band on the Run. Robert Plant bored everyone by bringing Alison Krauss. The Rolling Stones played Hyde Park. The Motley Crue tour is a disaster and Vince Meal is terrible.The Ford Fireworks are tonight. You better get in line early.Eli Zaret drops by to discuss ESPN's Unrivaled, the Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup Champs, the crappy Detroit Tigers, the Detroit Pistons' draft, $10M NIL deals, Deshaun Watson's arbitration, the Houston Texans new lawsuit and much more.Movies: Top Gun: Maverick earns $1B. The new Elvis movie tied TG for first place this weekend. Some people are saying Jurassic World: Dominion sucks. Abortion was all the rage this weekend. Drew chose to watch The Hidden Lives of Pets instead.Jussie Smollett is back on the red carpet at the BET Awards and Twitter is angry.Alec Baldwin is interviewing Woody Allen as some rebuttal to the Allen v. Farrow HBO show.Danny Bonaduce is trying to bounce back from his mystery illness. SIST: Is anyone out there "running around with red hair and grey pubes?".Ben Affleck's 10-year-old is already crashing Lamborghinis. We call the car rental agency that is supporting Ben's story.Drew continues to lament Chelsea Handler. He also can't understand how a podcast with 500,000 views on YouTube has only 15 podcast reviews.Gone in 60 Seconds Part II: Birmingham Edition.Kim Adams is back! Ben Baily's still missing.Roe v. Wade: Billie Joe Armstrong is done with America. Chicks are stocking up on Plan B. Madonna doesn't know how to support her grandbabies if her kids get knocked up. Full House's Jodie Sweetin got roughed up during a protest. Olivia Rodrigo is angry. A lot of people got racist on the internet because of Clarence Thomas and the SCOTUS ruling.Britney Spears vs her mom. Jason Alexander remains in jail. Try and decipher her latest mad rant.Mavis Staples vs Aretha Franklin.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams or use the code dams to get a HUGE Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 1 additional month for free + a bonus gift! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!Taco Fest is coming up in Royal Oak.Three people have died following a train derailment in Missouri.We almost lost Rudy Giuliani after a devastating grocery store attack. or he's just a liar.Nancy Pelosi assaulted a 6-year-old child of color.Matt Riley prop dances.Nobody rides the QLine. Ever.Build Back Better is going great. Everything is totally built, back and better than they were before. A Joe Biden voicemail has been leaked from Hunter's laptop.Lauren Santo Domingo outs Ivanka Trump for having an abortion.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
The wonderful Bridey Elliott joins Tom and Julie this week and she brought clips! Serge Gainsbourg's incest anthem! The premiere Orange County age gap couple! And more! Including Mayim Bialik, Danny Elfman, overrated LA bands, Cindy Adams murphy bed, Eddie Murphy bed, Boomerang, the Turner Classic Movies section of HBO Max, sculpture, double mute, Dodger Dads, Tony Robbins, Shallow Hal, John Hinckley Jr, Tim Burton movies, Dracula, Elon Musk, Todd Haynes' Family Circus, Baz Luhrmann, Woody Allen and the Broken Boomers, and Marty and Elayne. CLIPS ON THIS EPISODE: *Lemon Incest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzYnJO6RAnA *Serge Gainsbourg Tribute https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6zgLL3yFno *Mayra and Donnie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5r92pazUPKw BUY TICKETS TO DOUBLE THREAT LIVE! 2ND NEW YORK DATE ADDED! *September 28 2022 - Los Angeles - Lodge Room - https://www.lodgeroomhlp.com/shows/double-threat-podcast *October 21 2022 - Brooklyn - The Bell House - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/double-threat-hosted-by-julie-klausner-tom-scharpling-tickets-330645087357 JOIN FOREVER DOG PLUS FOR VIDEO EPISODES, AD-FREE EPISODES, & BONUS CONTENT: http://foreverdog.plus JOIN THE DOUBLE THREAT FAN GROUPS: *Discord https://discord.com/invite/PrcwsbuaJx *Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/doublethreatfriends *Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/doublethreatfriends DOUBLE THREAT MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/double-threat SEND SUBMISSIONS TO: DoubleThreatPod@gmail.com FOLLOW DOUBLE THREAT: https://twitter.com/doublethreatpod https://www.instagram.com/doublethreatpod DOUBLE THREAT IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/double-threat Theme song by Mike Krol Artwork by Michael Kupperman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
GGACP celebrates the birthday (June 28) of one of Gilbert and Frank's favorite performers, comedian, actor and impressionist John Byner with this ENCORE presentation of a hilarious interview from 2016. In this episode, John recalls his early days in show business, his friendship with the legendary Ed Sullivan, memorable encounters with Groucho and James Cagney and his role in Bob Hope's infamous TV special "Joys." Also, John runs into The Duke, roughs up Woody Allen, collaborates with Friz Freleng and consoles Rodney Dangerfield. PLUS: Roger Miller! "Merv Griffin's Talent Scouts"! "Murder Can Hurt You!" Paul Williams in stereo! And the rise and fall of Vaughn Meader! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rifkin's Festival is the 49th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 2020. Wallace Shawn stars as Mort Rifkin, a film teacher who accompanies his wife, Sue, played by Gina Gershon, to the San Sebastián Film Festival. During the festival, Mort has strange dreams that seem oddly familiar, and realises he has some regrets in his life that he has to face. Filmed in gorgeous San Sebastián in Spain, Rifkin's Festival is a playful conversation about cinema itself. But at the heart it is a somber character study of a man who might have left it too late. Welcome to the Woody Allen Pages Podcast. This week, episode 20, we talk about 2020's Rifkin's Festival. How it was conceived, how it was made and how it didn't quite get released properly with COVID and all. Spoilers are everywhere so please watch the film and come back. So much more at our website – Woody Allen Pages. Find us at: Facebook Instagram Twitter Reddit Support us Patreon Buy a poster or t-shirt at Redbubble Buy out books – The Woody Allen Film Guides Buy Me A Coffee You can write to us at woodyallenpages [at] gmail [dot] com
We get another Rob Reiner film on the club and Comic Russ Nagel is here to discuss everything "When Harry Met Sally" with Host & Corporate Comedian Steve Mazan. Is Rob Reiner quietly one of the great directors? Does this have one of the top lines in all of film? Can men & women be friends? Is this a Woody Allen movie in disguise? Are Harry & Sally together 10yrs later? All these questions and more get answered on this week's Mazan Movie Club Podcast. "When Harry Met Sally" on IMDb Home of the Mazan Movie Club Steve Mazan on Instagram Home of Corporate Comedian Steve Mazan
3:44:22 – Frank in New Jersey and New York, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Trains that go to malls, Japanese arcades, Nutley to Hicksville, The Fall, Fafhrd and The Gray Mouser, Mad God, The Shins, Woody Allen, Penn Station, Moynihan Train Hall, Hint not mint, LIRR, Ronkonkama, High Noon, train banter, Intermodal Center, Broadway Commons, Alleyway, Hicksville […]
3:44:22 – Frank in New Jersey and New York, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Trains that go to malls, Japanese arcades, Nutley to Hicksville, The Fall, Fafhrd and The Gray Mouser, Mad God, The Shins, Woody Allen, Penn Station, Moynihan Train Hall, Hint not mint, LIRR, Ronkonkama, High Noon, train banter, Intermodal Center, Broadway Commons, Alleyway, Hicksville […]
ERIC PRYDZ VS EL COLUMPIO ASESINO: Toro Opus RALPH STANLEY: Bound to ride LADY & BIRD: Suicide is painless THEM: Baby, please don't go NESTTER DONUTS: Elvis Presley BELLE AND SEBASTIAN: My wandering days are over GINO PAOLI: Sapore di sale ACxDC: Dead cops ROYAL PODENCOS: Someone THE ELEGANTS: Little star LITTLE RICHARD: The girl can't help It MADDENING FLAMES: CRAIG FINN: The Amarillo kid LA CASA AZUL: Sucumbir EARTHA KITT: This is my life COBLA CIUTAT DE BERGA: Ball de l'àliga THE PRIMITIVES: Secrets DION AND THE BELMONTS: I wonder why + Woody Allen
Capítulo 144 de tu podcast literario de cabezera. Hoy vuelvo a traerte a uno de los genios de la comedia de todos los tiempos. Uno de los máximos exponentes del humor absurdo, creador de frases inolvidables y de un gran elenco de personajes que siempre recuerdan a él… el único e inigualable Woody Allen. Narrado por Xavi Villanueva !Nuevo episodio! Ya puedes disfrutar de La amenaza OVNI. WOODY ALLEN en ABISMOfm.
Hosť podcastu: PETER KONEČNÝ, filmový kritik Rozprávame sa o autobiografii Woodyho Allena Mimochodom. O jeho detstve a dospievaní, ako sa stal stand-up komikom a rýchlo zarábal viac, ako jeho rodičia dohromady. Aké knihy Woody Allen čítal a čo pozeral? V čom je Allen jedinečný, pokiaľ ide o filmové postupy a náhľad na postavy? Ktoré filmy má P.Konečný najradšej? A ktorý by vám odporúčal, ak ste od Woodyho Allena ešte nič nevideli a chcete niektorým začať? Ako WA pracuje s hercami? „ Robí to inak ako ostatní režiséri,“ tvrdí P.Konečný. Woody Allen je medzikrokový – čo to znamená? Woodyallenovské dialógy – originálne, zábavné, nezvyčajné. Používa scudzovací efekt, jump cuty ap. Ako škandál okolo znásilnenia jeho dcéry ovplyvnil jeho profesionálny život? Komu by Peter Konečný odporúčal knihu Mimochodom? Spomíname Quentina Tarantina, Stanleyho Kubricka, Romana Polanského a ďalších. Na záver – ako je na tom aktuálne slovenská kinematografia. Ďalšie knižné novinky: strhujúci príbeh Posledné zelené údolie predstaví autor Mark Sullivan + úryvok číta Zuzana Jurigová Kapráliková dobrodružné young adult Zrodená v ohni historická romanca V očiach pomstiteľa - viac povie autorka Kristína Brestenská Mary Kubica priblíži svoj psychotriler Anjelik inšpiratívna kniha Budúcnosť je rýchlejšia ako si myslíte Sila - Diár 2023 s myšlienkami Paula Coelha Keksy pre psy - box s knižkou, receptami a formičkami na pečenie pokračuje detská séria Zvierací detektívi - Pazúry hnevu nové vydanie úžasnej detskej encyklopédie Vesmír Super kniha nápadov pre lepšiu planétu Na záver pridáme knižné tipy, na ktoré sa môžete tešiť v júli.
Mighty Aphrodite is the 25th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1995. Woody Allen stars as Lenny Weinrib. Together with his wife Amanda, played by Helena Bonham Carter, the two adopt a child who turns out to be especially gifted. When Lenny gets obsessed by his son's genetic heritage, he tracks down the mother only to discover she's a lowly prostitute named Linda Ash, played by Mira Sorvino. Woody Allen in the mid 90s was overcoming the turmoil of his private life to create some of his most fun films. Mighty Aphrodite came in the middle of this successful run, with memorable performances and lots of laughs. This week, episode 19, we talk about 1995's Mighty Aphrodite. How it was conceived, how it was made and how it's really quite good. Spoilers are everywhere so watch the film and then come back. So much more at our website – Woody Allen Pages. Find us at: Facebook Instagram Twitter Reddit Support us Patreon Buy a poster or t-shirt at Redbubble Buy out books – The Woody Allen Film Guides Buy Me A Coffee You can write to us at woodyallenpages [at] gmail [dot] com
Just like "Hunted", which we looked at in an earlier podcast, "The Slide' is a song that Cowboy Junkies have taken two studio bites at, initially on "One Soul Now" and then again on the box set "Notes Falling Slow".With the help of Michael Timmins and Alan Anton, plus some rare recordings of the song from the "Anatomy Of An album" CD ROM, we chart its development and discover just why it is that the band felt the need to cut a fresh version of it. More than that, we look into the sentiment behind the song and rehash an old Woody Allen joke in the process. That's "Music Is The Drug", all human life is here...To make sure you don't miss out on each weekly episode, remember to subscribe to "Music Is The Drug" at your favourite podcast provider - Apple, Amazon, Google, Spotify, Deezer, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podchaser and all the rest..."Cowboy Junkies - Music Is The Drug" is hosted by Dave Bowler, author of the authorised biography of the band. To order it from the band, click here. To order direct from Omnibus Press in the UK & Europe, click here.To listen to "One Soul Now", click here. To listen to "Notes Falling Slow", click here. To order the new album, "Songs of the Recollection", click here. For the ever expanding "Music Is The Drug" playlist on Spotify, click here. For more info on Cowboy Junkies, click here. For tour dates, click here.Copyright 2022 Latent Recordings.
The great cultural revolutionaries of the 1970s and 1980s, the great heroes of humanism, the brave pioneers exploring the outer reaches of amoral autonomy have fallen- They take their place on the list of -the scumbags of the 20th century.- We trace the path of these fallen meteors - -Weinstein, Polanski, and Woody Allen.- They were the great apologists for the sexual revolution, the cruel existentialism of Jean-Paul Sartre, and a post-Christian atheism.- Now they work well as-exemplars for Psalm 37-36. What lessons might the rising generation learn from this disaster---This program includes---1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -Disney's homosexual film for kids, Judge welcomes Satanic campus club, ejects Christian one, How a missing 4-year-old toddler survived overnight---2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
A new MP3 sermon from Generations Radio is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Collapse of Weinstein, Polanski, and Woody Allen - Once Heroes, Now Scumbags Speaker: Kevin Swanson Broadcaster: Generations Radio Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 6/14/2022 Length: 39 min.
Videos: 1. Water Crisis Clip – 19:05* ‘Five-alarm fire': Arizona water crisis accelerates with tough choices ahead – The Arizona Republic's Joanna Allhands * Sacrificing Lake Mead to Save Lake Powell – timeBomb * Lake Mead Is Almost Empty – The Other Me * 40 Million People Rely on the Colorado River, and Now It's Drying Up – Vice * The Town Trying to Pump Billions of Gallons of Water to Their Desert Community – Vice 2. Assange Countdown: In Depth with Dr. George Szamuely (0:20) 3. NBC News just SMEARED real journalists in shameful hit piece | Redacted with Clayton Morris (22:00) 4. Propaganda disguised as education | Let's talk about it – Riks (Start @ 0:58) 5. A Christian Response to Wokeness (FULL VIDEO) | Noelle Mering | Leadership Institute 6. Woody Allen speech from movie The Front Olive oil nutrient may help prevent brain cancer Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology, June 10, 2022 A compound found in olive oil may help to prevent cancer developing in the brain, a study shows.Research into oleic acid – the primary ingredient in olive oil – has shown how it can help prevent cancer-causing genes from functioning in cells.The oily substance – one of a group of nutrients known as fatty acids – stimulates the production of a cell molecule whose function is to prevent cancer-causing proteins from forming.Scientists from the University analysed the effect of oleic acid on a cell molecule, known as miR-7, which is active in the brain and is known to suppress the formation of tumours. They found that oleic acid prevents a cell protein, known as MSI2, from stopping production of miR-7. In this way, the olive oil component supports the production of miR-7, which helps prevent tumours from forming.Researchers made their discoveries in tests on human cell extracts and in living cells in the lab. CDC lists oil of lemon eucalyptus as comparable to DEET for mosquitoes CDC, June 9, 2022 Even the CDC recommends this botanical ingredient as comparable to DEET for repelling disease-carrying insects. While DEET is the gold standard of insect repellents, it is also a strong synthetic chemical with a tarnished reputation. Known to the chemistry set as N,N-Diethyl-meta-toluamide, DEET was potentially linked to cases of brain damage in the 1980s and 90s, inciting a flood of fear amongst consumers that has yet to recede. BUT, there's an alternative. Behold oil of lemon eucalyptus (OLE), the plant-based active ingredient derived from eucalyptus leaves and approved for efficacy by the CDC. “Oil of lemon eucalyptus (OLE) or PMD (chemical name: para-menthane-3,8-diol), the synthesized version of OLE. Products containing OLE and PMD include, but are not limited to, Repel and Off! Botanicals. This recommendation refers to EPA-registered products containing the active ingredient OLE (or PMD). “Pure” oil of lemon eucalyptus (essential oil not formulated as a repellent) is not recommended; it has not undergone similar, validated testing for safety and efficacy and is not registered with EPA as an insect repellent.” Just 5 Minutes Of Breath Training Every Day Makes Exercise Easier For Adults University of Colorado, June 11, 2022 A handheld device which builds breathing muscles could help older people get in shape. Doing just five minutes of the breath training exercises every day for more than six weeks improved people's performance on the treadmill by 12 percent, according to scientists. Adults are recommended to log 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week. Now scientists have come up with a simple way of making exercising on the treadmill easier for those struggling to get running. “Developing novel forms of physical training that increase adherence and improve physical function are key to reducing the risk of chronic diseases with aging,” says lead researcher Kaitlin Freeberg, of the University of Colorado, in a statement. “High-resistance IMST (high-resistance inspiratory muscle strength training) may be one such strategy to promote adherence and improve multiple components of health in midlife and older adults.” IMST involves inhaling through a handheld device which adds resistance to the breath. A total of 35 adults were divided into two groups, a high resistance training group and a low resistance control group. Participants used a manual breathing trainer for 30 breaths a day, or around five minutes, over a period of six weeks. Those who were part of the high-resistance group improved their treadmill time by 12 percent, the researchers report. Participants in the high-resistance group also showed a relationship with changes in 18 metabolites tested in the study, “predominantly ones that play key roles in energy production and fatty acid metabolism.” Pregnant women produce super antibodies to protect newborns, now scientists know how Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, June 8, 2022 Scientists discovered years ago that newborn infants depend upon immune components transferred from their mothers to survive the onslaught of pathogens that begin invading their bodies as soon as they are born. Now, a far-reaching study published in Nature, provides a surprising explanation of how those early days of mother-provided immunity actually work–and what that information could mean for preventing death and disability from a wide range of infectious diseases. “For many years, scientists believed that antibodies cannot get inside cells. They don't have the necessary machinery. And so, infections caused by pathogens that live exclusively inside cells were thought to be invisible to antibody-based therapies,” says Sing Sing Way, MD, Ph.D., Division of Infectious Diseases at Cincinnati Children's. “Our findings show that pregnancy changes the structure of certain sugars attached to the antibodies, which allows them to protect babies from infection by a much wider range of pathogens.” “The maternal-infant dyad is so special. It's the intimate connection between a mother and her baby,” says John Erickson, MD, Ph.D., Division of Neonatology, and first-author of the study. Erickson continues, “This special connection starts when babies are in the womb and continues after birth. I love seeing the closeness between mothers and their babies in our newborn care units. This discovery paves the way for pioneering new therapies that can specifically target infections in pregnant mothers and newborns babies. I believe these findings also will have far-reaching implications for antibody-based therapies in other fields.” Fasting boosts stem cells' regenerative capacity Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 3, 2022 As people age, their intestinal stem cells begin to lose their ability to regenerate. These stem cells are the source for all new intestinal cells, so this decline can make it more difficult to recover from gastrointestinal infections or other conditions that affect the intestine. This age-related loss of stem cell function can be reversed by a 24-hour fast, according to a new study from MIT biologists. The researchers found that fasting dramatically improves stem cells' ability to regenerate, in both aged and young mice. In fasting mice, cells begin breaking down fatty acids instead of glucose, a change that stimulates the stem cells to become more regenerative. The researchers found that they could also boost regeneration with a molecule that activates the same metabolic switch. Such an intervention could potentially help older people recovering from GI infections or cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, the researchers say. “This study provided evidence that fasting induces a metabolic switch in the intestinal stem cells, from utilizing carbohydrates to burning fat,” Sabatini says. “Interestingly, switching these cells to fatty acid oxidation enhanced their function significantly. Pharmacological targeting of this pathway may provide a therapeutic opportunity to improve tissue homeostasis in age-associated pathologies.” After mice fasted for 24 hours, the researchers removed intestinal stem cells and grew them in a culture dish, allowing them to determine whether the cells can give rise to “mini-intestines” known as organoids. The researchers found that stem cells from the fasting mice doubled their regenerative capacity.
The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion is the 31st film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 2001. Woody Allen stars as CW Briggs. An insurance investigator whose workplace rival is Betty Anne Fitzgerald played by Helen Hunt. Both come under the spell of a hypnotist named Voltan, and find they themselves chasing after criminals that are closer to home than they think. The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion is a throwback to another era. It harkens back to the sparky, dialogue driven comedies of the 40s, and there's plenty of fun. But the fun is cartoonish and sometimes it is so lightweight that it almost blows away. Welcome to the Woody Allen Pages Podcast. This week, episode 18, we talk about 2001's The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion. How it was conceived, how it was made and how it was a bit of a failure. Spoilers are everywhere so please watch the film and come back. So much more at our website – Woody Allen Pages. Find us at: Facebook Instagram Twitter Reddit Support us Patreon Buy a poster or t-shirt at Redbubble Buy out books – The Woody Allen Film Guides Buy Me A Coffee You can write to us at woodyallenpages [at] gmail [dot] com
Larry Jacobson joins me and Luigi from the Married with Children podcast to discuss opening remarks; Gerard Mulligan, his daughter becoming a TV writer; how jokes can backfire; comedy influences; listening to classic comedy movie dialogue; W.C Fields; Grouch Marx; Woody Allen; Jack Benny; Richard Pryor; starting standup; having Paul Rodriguez tell you you're a better writer than comedian; selling jokes to George Wallace, Wil Shriner; Jay Leno; Jay brings a packet of Larry's to Dave; Larry is hired on a trial basis; first Dave joke kills; PA who writes down Larry's jokes adds his to the list; inventing the "Hookers in Time Square . . ." formula; appearing as Bobby Rahal; death of Tom Carvel; monologue originally called "opening remarks" and were 2 to 3 jokes; Larry overstays in the Late Night guest hotel; Larry re-meets his wife in 1983 and gets married in 1991; being a UCLA ball boy for the 1970-71 NBA championship team; going to the Letterman dressing room to meet Bob Hope, Richard Pryor, and Don Rickles; writing the "I didn't know toast had bones joke" for Rodney Dangerfield; Wil Shriner's 50th birthday party; working for Jimmie Walker and Rodney Dangerfield; moving around NYC; writing for the NBC Bookmobile sketches; "Dial the most Immature person in the Donner party"; being asked to play Bobby Rahal at a convention; the great writing staff; "Biff Henderson's Whatever Happened to?"; "Anton Figg guesses the expiration date"; Jimmy the Greek's Heart Attack Saga; Dave's pre-game pep talk for writer's going on air; Dave calls hacky jokes "Bob & Dolores"; writing two bits for Carson - Carson faxes in a joke (1990) and brings Dave a Publishers Clearing House check (1991); Larry writes a "blue" joke for Wil Shriner that gets them in hot water with Johnny Carson; Garry Shandling; Milford Plaza episode; the show in the office episode; how lucky he felt to be on Letterman at that time with that writing staff; writer's assistants go to have major careers; Larry writes Dave a joke when he hosts the Emmys; Dave pranks staff; playing softball in Central Park and Yankee Stadium; Dave was still accessible; Dave introduces Larry to Tommy Lasorda; Larry goes to Indy 500 with Dave's tickets but Dave can't make it; Dave's wedding gift; Martha Raye joke almost gets a lawsuit; Jack Rollins, Bill Wendell, and Peter Lassally; 1995 Oscars; great guests; working for Jay Leno for 17 years; Jay was at his wedding, both parents funerals, and daughters bat mitzvah; Jay is one of the nicest guys; Larry gets to tell a joke about Passion of the Christ on Leno; Jay Leno's "No Power" Episode; Larry brings New Books to Jay; writing for Gilbert Gottfried & Fred Willard; getting Zac Effron & Vanessa Hudgens to wish his daughter Happy Bat Mitzvah; Jay Leno intros daughters Bat Mitzvah tape; Crew shocks Larry on last day of Tonight Show; Dave's there when mother is sick; Larry realized stand up was not as good as writing; how fortunate his career was
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Comedian Bobby Slayton - Bobby Makes Fun of Aliens and Everything Else.. A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast. A couple of podcasts actually. With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever. I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio. A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid. Enjoy Cameron Comedian Bobby Slayton - Bobby Makes Fun of Aliens “If you can't laugh at yourself, make fun of other people.” ~ BOBBY SLAYTON BOBBY SLAYTON, A COMIC'S COMIC The NY Daily News called Slayton “Armed and Dangerous”, and the Las Vegas Review Journal pointed out that “Slayton's refusal to compromise his art has always made him worth a special trip.” Bobby Slayton, often referred to as “The Pitbull of Comedy,” has been performing his own intense style of comedy for well over 30 years, becoming one of the best known, respected, and energetic comics working today. Audiences around the country may recognize Bobby from his scene-stealing roles in the movies “Get Shorty”, “Ed Wood”, “Bandits”, “Dreamgirls” and “Bandits”. He's been seen on dozens of television shows, including “The Tonight Show”, “Politically Incorrect”, “Home Improvement”, and in Woody Allen's Amazon TV Project "Crisis in Six Scenes". Bobby's many appearances on HBO have included “Comic Relief” and his own Showtime special, "Born to be Bobby". He was a series regular on the HBO series “Mind of a Married Man”, and played Joey Bishop opposite Ray Liotta and Joe Mantegna in the critically acclaimed film “The Rat Pack”. Slayton's distinctive gravelly voice has often been heard on animated shows, including “Dr. Katz'” and “Family Guy”, as well as many popular radio shows across the country including Howard Stern and regular appearances on SiriusXM. Bobby recently completed filming Woody Allen's latest film, and a guest appearance on the new season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, both scheduled for 2020 release.
A satirical joyride in the tradition of Kurt Vonnegut and Douglas Adams, First Contact introduces us to the hyper-intelligent Rigelians, who admire Woody Allen movies and Bundt cake, and urge the people of Earth to mend their ways to avoid destruction of their planet. But the president of the United States, a God-fearing, science-doubting fitness fanatic, is skeptical of the evidence presented to him and sets in motion a chain of events that will change the lives of his young attaché, an alien scam artist, several raccoons, and a scientist who has predicted the end of the universe. Parrot sketch excluded. *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - email@example.com
Antz is an interesting movie. What could be derided as "just an animated movie" is actually discourse level elevated material about ideology and politics. How the very fabric of our societies are structured. The brothers have a surprisingly academic discussion about this hidden gem of a movie. Despite the unfortunate casting of famed absuer Woody Allen this movie has some good Stallone! Get into t! Great ep! Enjoy
Manhattan is the 8th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1979. Woody Allen stars as Isaac Davis, and we follow him as he romanticises the hell out of New York City, falling in love, and dealing with the poetry of every day life. His story is divided by several women and one friend. And he's made a decision to live a better life, if there is such a thing. What do you say about Manhattan? It's a masterpiece, and where Allen's skill as a director finally matches his skill as a writer. It's a triumph of production with a story that lays out everything Allen had been trying to say. Oh and it's my favourite film of all time. This week, episode 17, we talk about 1979's Manhattan. I will try not to go too overboard about how great it is. But we will look at how it was conceived, how it was made, and how the bastards are wrong about it. Spoilers are everywhere - watch the film, then come back. So much more at our website – Woody Allen Pages. Find us at: Facebook Instagram Twitter Reddit Support us Patreon Buy a poster or t-shirt at Redbubble Buy out books – The Woody Allen Film Guides Buy Me A Coffee You can write to us at woodyallenpages [at] gmail [dot] com
Shadows And Fog is the 20th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released 1991. Woody Allen stars as Max Kleinman, returning to being the sole lead for the first time since Broadway Danny Rose in 1984. He lives in a town that resembles old German expressionist films by directors such as Fritz Lang. The dark and foggy town is plagued by a killer. Kleinman has been roped in to search for the killer, but is given little or no facts to work with, and soon left on his own. Shadows And Fog is one of the strangest films in Woody Allen's canon. It's a 90 minute, black and white allegorical play about death and religion. Lucky for Woody Allen that by this point, it had been decades since he had to pitch a film to anyone. This week, episode 16, we look at 1991's Shadows And Fog. How it was conceived, how it was made and how it flopped really badly. Spoilers are everywhere so watch the film first and then come back. So much more at our website – Woody Allen Pages. Find us at: Facebook Instagram Twitter Reddit Support us Patreon Buy a poster or t-shirt at Redbubble Buy out books – The Woody Allen Film Guides Buy Me A Coffee You can write to us at woodyallenpages [at] gmail [dot] com
For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/6vcHvOUB5Tc It was in Michael Stewart and Cy Coleman's musical I Love My Wife (1977) – a satire on wife-swapping – that Gleason made her Broadway debut, playing Monica, for which she won a Theatre World Award. She returned to Broadway in a 1985 revival of Peter Nichols's play Joe Egg. Along with Marlo Thomas and Olympia Dukakis, Gleason was a member of the opening-night cast of Andrew Bergman's comedy Social Security (1986), for which Gleason won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play. Although she had already gained attention and honors for her stage work, her performance as the Baker's Wife in Stephen Sondheim's wry fairy-tale musical Into the Woods (1987) made her a Broadway leading lady. The musical itself won Tonys® for Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score, and Gleason earned a Tony® for Best Actress in a Musical. Her singing is preserved on the original Broadway cast recording. In the Thin Man-inspired musical Nick and Nora (1991) by Arthur Laurents, Charles Strouse, and Richard Maltby Jr., Gleason played the leading lady, and in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (2005). A familiar presence in movies and on television, Gleason appeared in two of Woody Allen's films – as Tony Roberts's embarrassed wife in Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and as Allen's spouse in Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989). In Boogie Nights, she played Mark Wahlberg's abusive mother. On television, she was a regular on the CBS sitcom Love & War as the restaurant waitress Nadine Berkus. Other series in which Gleason appeared regularly are Hello, Larry; Temporarily Yours; Oh Baby; and Bette. She is married to the actor Chris Sarandon.
Well...Dylan screwed up his audio so the original recording of The Maltese Falcon will now be lost to time. So, in lieu of that problem, we have a combined recording for the makeup of Maltese Falcon and an...interesting discussion on Woody Allen's Manhattan.
A cannes-i filmfesztivál félidejénél helyszíni tudósítóink már úgy érzik, hogy látták a 75. fesztivál legjobb, legrosszabb és legviccesebb filmjét is. A legjobbnak ráadásul óriási a magyar vonatkozása. Részletesen megtudhatjuk azt is, milyen belülről egy cannes-i kerekasztal interjú Léa Seydoux-val. Itt a Cannes Filmklub podcast ötödik adása. Valószínűleg azért is, mert az elején kipihentebbek és nyitottabbak vagyunk, napokig úgy tűnt, hogy csak jó filmek vannak idén Cannes-ban. A tendencia megváltozását semmiképp sem George Millertől, a Mad Max-filmek legendás rendezőjétől vártuk, aki előtt hét éve leborult az egész fesztivál a Mad Max: A harag útja láttán. A Three Thousand Years of Longing című újdonságáról nem sokat lehetett tudni előzetesen, csak, hogy Tilda Swintonnak egy isztambuli hotelszobában megjelenik egy dzsinn (Idris Elba), aki teljesítené három kívánságát. Nekünk csak egy kívánságunk lett volna fél óra után: hogy minél előbb érjen véget ez a borzalom. Az előző adásban már rengeteget emlegetett Léa Seydoux-ra várt a feladat, hogy enyhítse a reggeli csalódást. A csúcsformában lévő színésznővel való találkozás örökre szóló élmény, bár a kerekasztal-interjúzás műfaját érdemes fenntartásokkal kezelni, ahogy az a részletes beszámolónkból is kiderül. Seydoux mindenesetre elárulta, hogy A feleségem története a kedvence a saját eddigi filmjei közül. Szombat délután a hivatalos programban elszabadult végre a humorbomba is, hiszen rögtön egymás után láttuk a fesztivál két legviccesebb filmjét. A Chronique d'une liaison passagère (Egy futó kaland krónikája) olyan, mintha egy negyven évvel ezelőtti csúcsformájában lévő Woody Allen rendezett volna egy tipikus megcsalós-szerelmi háromszöges francia komédiát. Még eszementebb humorral támadott a svéd Ruben Östlund, aki előző filmjével (A négyzet) Arany Pálmát nyert, most pedig görbe tükröt tartott a pezsgőző-osztrigázó cannes-i közönség elé. A Triangle of Sadness lényegesen kevésbé árnyalt és kifinomult, mint korábbi munkái, ráadásul ennyi hányást és egyéb bélmozgást még sosem mutatott egyszerre a sokat megélt cannes-i filmvászon. A nap végére a sok nevetés után még bevitt egy gyomrost Cristian Mungiu (4 hónap, 3 hét, 2 nap) új filmje, az R.M.N., ami Romániát képviseli az idei versenyprogramban, de ugyanannyira szól rólunk, magyarokról is. Az igaz történeten alapuló társadalmi kórlelet Erdélyben, egy főleg magyarok lakta faluban játszódik, aminek a békéjét az borítja fel, hogy a helyi pékségben Sri Lanka-i vendégmunkások kezdenek dolgozni. A hátborzongató és minden társadalmi aspektusra odafigyelő dráma pontosan megmutatja, hogy hol tart most Európa és benne különösen a mi régiónk. Ha tetszett az adás, és megfordult a fejedben, hogy támogatnád a Filmklub podcastot, akkor ezt a Patreonon teheted meg, ahol beállíthatod, havonta mekkora összeggel szeretnéd segíteni a munkánkat. Kövesd be a Facebook-oldalunkat, és ne tartsd magadban a jó véleményedet: oszd meg, csillagozd fel és véleményezd a podcastot, ahol csak lehet! Köszönjük!
This week on the more abbreviated new series Think Stink, David and Connor check out the questionably high-quality Woody Allen film, Midnight in Paris. They discuss what they enjoyed and what they didn't while they try desperately to separate the art from the artist. And maybe fail a bit. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Blue Jasmine is the 43rd film written and directed by Woody Allen. Cate Blanchett stars as the titular Jasmine - a well-to-do woman who finds herself broke. Her financial criminal husband, played by Alec Baldwin, is no longer in the picture, so she moves in with her working class sister Ginger, played by Sally Hawkins. And she has to try and find a new life in San Francisco. Blue Jasmine was a critical success for Allen and in particular Blanchett, who won all the awards. It is also one of Allen's biggest box office earners. So is it really that good? Welcome to the Woody Allen Pages Podcast, by me, the creator of the Woody Allen Pages website. This week, episode 15, we look at 2013's Blue Jasmine. How it was conceived, how it was made, and how it lives up to it's reputation. Spoilers are everywhere so watch the film first, then come back. So much more at our website – Woody Allen Pages. Find us at: Facebook Instagram Twitter Reddit Support us Patreon Buy a poster or t-shirt at Redbubble Buy out books – The Woody Allen Film Guides Buy Me A Coffee You can write to us at woodyallenpages [at] gmail [dot] com
We all know we should be people of integrity: people who live by values and wouldn't dream of being inflexible with them. But as the famous philosopher Woody Allen once said, "Life doesn't imitate art; it imitates bad television." And have you seen reality TV?
The Purple Rose of Cairo is the 13th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1985. This film holds a special place in Woody Allen's filmography. It is Woody Allen's own favourite of his films, whilst he consistently rags on just about every other one he's ever made. Even now, he claims it is the film that is closest to his original vision. From it, we can see what it is that Allen the filmmaker really wants to do. Beloved by critics if not so much by audiences – not only is it great, it's the kind of film that only Woody Allen can make. That wonderful mix of American and European, comedy and tragedy, realism and magic. Mia Farrow stars as Cecilia, a down and out waitress in the depression era Jersey. She's married to a man who beats her and she is poor and unhappy. Her only escape is the cinema, and she sees every film at the local cinema. Black and white, dramatic, sophisticated escapades, such as ‘The Purple Rose Of Cairo'. Just as her life hits bottom, one of the characters in the film leaps off the screen to whisk her away. Welcome to the Woody Allen Pages Podcast, by me, the creator of the Woody Allen Pages website. This week, episode 14, we look at 1985's The Purple Rose of Cairo. How it was conceived, how it was made, and how Allen doesn't hate this one. Spoilers are everywhere so watch the film first, then come back. So much more at our website – Woody Allen Pages. Find us at: Facebook Instagram Twitter Reddit Support us Patreon Buy a poster or t-shirt at Redbubble Buy out books – The Woody Allen Film Guides Buy Me A Coffee You can write to us at woodyallenpages [at] gmail [dot] com
Warning: This episode contains more swearing than our typical episodes.Mark and Lowell do their best to get a word in edgewise this week as the inimitable, lovable and legendary "Pitbull of Comedy" Bobby Slayton aka "Yid Vicious" reluctantly joins the podcast. An incredibly talented stand-up comedian, Bobby has been a fixture in the comedy world since he hit the scene over 30 years ago. And he is a natural actor whose memorable roles you should watch in shows like "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "The Mind of The Married Man," "Crisis in Six Scenes," and movies like "Bandits," "Get Shorty" and "The Rat Pack." In his uncompromisingly honest and intense way, he shares a ton of great stories about his experiences in show business, managing through the loss of his wife, his experiences working with Woody Allen and much more! You can check out Bobby's social media, but he would prefer that you don't.bobbyslayton.com twitter.com/pitbullofcomedyinstagram.com/bobbyslaytonofficialYour hosts:Mark Schiffmarkschiff.comtwitter.com/markschiffinstagram.com/markschiff1Lowell Benjamintwitter.com/lowellcbenjamininstagram.com/lowellcbenjaminCheck out Mark's book"I Killed: True Stories of the Road from America's Top Comics"www.amazon.com/Killed-True-Stories-Americas-Comics-ebook/dp/B0024NP5DI
GGACP marks the 50th anniversary of Woody Allen's film version of "Play it Again Sam" (and the recent 45th anniversary of "Annie Hall") with veteran Broadway, TV and film actor Tony Roberts. In this episode,Tony holds court on a wide range of topics, including the intensity of Al Pacino, the minimalism of Robert Mitchum, the eccentricities of Jerome Robbins and the professionalism of Sidney Lumet. Also: Tony runs lines with Edward G. Robinson, takes flight with Mary Poppins, plays the ponies with Mickey Rooney and treads the boards with Abe Vigoda! PLUS: Everett Sloane! “Amityville 3-D”! Woody hits the beach! Tony's mom dates Uncle Miltie! And Sydney Greenstreet meets…Sydney Greenstreet!? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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