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Lorna Luft, one of Judy Garland's talented daughters, reminisces about her legendary mother's incredible contributions to the world of entertainment. Lorna has won acclaim on stage, film and television. Plus, she's also a best-selling author, recording artist and Emmy-nominated producer. Her book, Me and My Shadows: Living with the Legacy of Judy Garland, was optioned by ABC-TV and turned into a riveting miniseries starring Judy Davis. Lorna served as co-executive producer on that project, which won 5 Emmy Awards. Another of Lorna's impressive accomplishments is a multi-media production, Songs My Mother Taught Me, a spectacular concert combining one of the world's most familiar songbooks with her personal memories of her famous mother. A CD based on this event has been released on First Night Records. Returning to help with this episode are film critics James Colt Harrison and Diana Saenger. Diana is the founder of Classic Movie Guide, and James has written a history of MGM the studio where Judy Garland made her wonderful movies. An avid Garland fan, James exclaims, "Judy Garland? She's the all-time favorite of millions of fans, even today!"
A couple of weeks I spent the day at the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris CA. I had a wonderful tour Guide in Norman M. Buchanan who lead me to the Actual trolley car that Judy Garland was in the movie "Meet me in San Louis"
with the "Trolley Song" which lead to an idea
One of the advantages of working at S3productions is that I get the chance to do (or try) all the different skills to make this work. One of the Disadvantages is that I get the chance to do (or try) all the different skills to make this work.
My production Manager gave me this job
So here it is my first attempt and audio editing , please feel free to offer suggestions or comments
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Lorna Luft talks about her famous mother, Judy Garland, and shares a beautiful mother/daughter medley with listeners. This rerun episode is an early Mother' s Day treat! Lorna is an accomplished performer in her own right. She's won acclaim on stage, film and television. Plus she's a best-selling author, recording artist and Emmy-nominated producer. Her multi-media production, "Songs My Mother Taught Me," is a spectacular concert combining one of the world's most familiar songbooks with her personal memories of her mom. A CD based on this event was released on First Night Records.
Film critics James Colt Harrison and Diana Saenger also join in to help Movie Addict HQ celebrate a beloved movie icon.
John Fricke has become one of the world's foremost Judy Garland experts. His latest book is Judy: A Legendary Film Career and he dropped by to talk about it with Mr. Media, Bob Andelman.
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In the month of June, the LGBT community turns its thoughts gay pride month and parades. How did two iconic figures of the 1960s, Walter Cronkite and Judy Garland, play a role in the birth of the modern Gay rights movement through Stonewall and beyond? Today on A Thousand Moms Talk.
Welcome to our podcast for June 4, 2011. I am Dave Balog, information person for A Thousand Moms: Building Community Support for LGBT/Q Youth in Foster/Adoptive Care. Pull up a chair, settle in and listen to our discussion. Thank you for tuning in.
Every Sunday at 7pm est is an uninterrupted live venue of one of our greats as presented by Jan Eberle.
This is the first segment segments that I did Saturday Oct 25 2014 at the Museum
My tour Guide was Norman M. Buchanan one of the Docents who led me about and answered all my silly questions. WE prerecorded this show but soon realized that my voice recorder kept getting turned off has I was walking around so I decided to present the show in segments and hopefully add some commentary before each segment and then let the recording speak for itself
I must admit Mr. Buchanan is a much better tour guide then I am a note taker and or photographer so if some of my pictures do not fit this segment then it is my fault, but much better pictures are on the museum's website
MY only real regret of the day was not getting a picture of the Judy Garland trolley car from the movie "Meet me in Saint Louis”
THANK YOU Mr. Buchanan and the entire staff at the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris CA.
The segment ends in Engine UP 942 being up in the cab was the Million dollar View
On the WIN Without Competing! show Dr. Arlene recalls Joan Rivers who interviewed her on Rodeo Drive for her television show How’d You Get So Rich?; Former President Jimmy Carter who became very upset when Dr. Arlene mentioned Donald Trump; Dr. Jonas Salk, renowned medical researcher who developed the polio vaccine, met with Dr. Arlene in his office in La Jolla which shocked medical oncologists; Brian Stokes Mitchell, Tony Award Winner, dubbed “the last leading man” by The New York Times, spoke with Dr. Arlene after his performance of Simply Broadway at the Geffen Playhouse, and Anne Edwards, celebrity biographer and Pulitzer Prize nominee, whose family owned the legendary Chasen’s Restaurant in Beverly Hills where as a child she listened, learned, and met celebrities including Judy Garland, who left her private papers to Edwards to write her biography. You can listen to Dr. Arlene’s interview of Edwards on WIN Without Competing!
And there’s more! Legendary actress Leslie Caron “Gigi” who has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; Rabbi Gerald Wolpe, beloved and charismatic Rabbi, highly praised by the New York Times, Washington Post, and Boston Globe. Wolpe is the subject of The New Rabbi, an award winning book by Stephen Fried.
Stephen Citron, a product of the Juilliard School of Music, is a composer, lyricist, author, and an authority on musical theatre. Citron’s renowned book Songwriting: A Complete Guide to the Craft. His three dual musical biographies including Noel and Cole set the standard for dual biographies. You can listen to Dr. Arlene’s interview of Citron on WIN Without Competing!
To find out who else Dr. Arlene will discuss on the show, tune in. A clue: She lived in a bottle!
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Tonight’s Children’s Adventure Hour we have episodes 25-26 of both Cinnamon Bear and Christmas on the Moon. Boys and Girls it’s the big night for our adventurers to finish up their quest in time for Christmas Day, can Jonathan Thomas and the Man in the Moon save Santa in time? Will the Cinnamon Bear help get Jimmy and Judy’s Silver Star back home in time to place on top of the tree? Tune in and we will find out together.
Christmas Eve wouldn’t be the same without hearing the story of Mr. Scrooge, A Christmas Carol and it’s APR Night at the Movie’s pleasure to air this very special story just for you and yours on this wondrous eve.
Just follow the Yellow Brick Road and click the heels of those Ruby Slippers...or were they SILVER? Margo (@BrooklynFitChik) and Margo (@ShesNachoMama) discuss THE WIZARD OF OZ! Politics! Witchcraft! And find out which Margo actually met a Munchkin!
It's BOOK VS MOVIE.
Amid the twinkling of the Christmas lights and the shimmering glow emanating from the garland strung over the light posts across America, the captured corporate media is busily reassuring people that our economy is getting stronger, our country is moving forward in all important areas, and overall, the United States is better off today than at any other time in the recent past.
Lies - all. The lies are strong enough, large enough, and repeated often enough to convince the majority of a mind-numbed public that what they are seeing strung across the lampposts and Christmas trees in city squares is traditional holiday garland. Aided by normalcy bias, greed, and other psychological controls implemented at the hands of the global elite, most walk past the fully adorned Christmas trees at Rockefeller Center in New York and numerous city parks in the U.S., seeing garland hanging from the trees, exactly like they’ve been told.
Having choosen to ignore the cries of the watchmen or having become fully entranced in the lie, what they’ve been convinced is the holiday decoration is neither decorative nor whimsical, but dull and taut. For what adorns the trees is not garland at all, but the thick and deadly rope hanging like swags, ignored by the masses while taunting the informed. Few see that at the end of each strand of rope is a hangman’s noose, ritualistically coiled thirteen times and awaiting the victims of the illusion.
Join Steve Quayle and Greg Evensen as they unravel the coil of the hangman's noose.
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