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Beverly Aadland on Joe Pyne Show!

02 Aug

Joe Pyne was basically a shock jock and a despicable guy …

— David DeWitt

 

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  1. Laura M.

    August 2, 2020 at 11:02 pm

    Just finished listening to the interview. I thought he did a pretty good job. He wasn’t nearly as rude or mean as most of todays interviewers. She sounded happy and was very well spoken. She seemed truly optimistic about her career and her future, considering all that she had gone through already. With her mother being a raging drunk, I’m sure it would be embarrassing to answer questions about her, but she also handled that well. I don’t think she was being completely honest about the shooting incident with the friend, but I guess that doesn’t really matter at this point. As she pointed out, she was always being advised by people and lawyers that seemed to forget she was only 17 and didn’t really have her best interests in mind. All in all, Beverly seemed to be doing a very good job at the time of the interview, of putting the past behind her and focusing on a bright future.

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    • Mr. Wiggles

      August 3, 2020 at 12:15 pm

      Beverly Aadland was a talented young woman, and intelligent, too. I think she could have had a professional career had she had management. But she also wanted to have a family life and she attained that very successfully …

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  2. Paula

    August 3, 2020 at 5:21 pm

    I feel like he is getting his jollies trying to make her uncomfortable. Especially starting around the 10th minute. Just my opinion.

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  3. Ralph Schiller

    August 7, 2020 at 6:26 pm

    Thanks David; When exactly did this interview take place between Beverly Aadland and Joe Pyne? Funny thing there was a brilliant, outstanding made-for-TV motion picture “The Brotherhood Of The Bell” (1970) starring Glenn Ford, Rosemary Forysyth, and Dean Jagger. Ford is trying to expose a secret fraternity and society that elevates it’s exclusive members and destroys anyone in their path. His character appears on a Los Angeles TV talk show and the host (played by William Conrad) deliberately baits his guest and his studio audience against each other into a three-ring circus. The TV host was based on Joe Pyne.

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    • Karl

      August 8, 2020 at 8:23 pm

      Ahoy Sir Ralph!

      Joe Pyne had a Radio/TV show 1965-8.

      There are NO dates (or log) available for these shows.

      There are 72 preserved programs (36 discs) made available On Demand through Amazon. 65 of these programs are are available streaming through: archive.org…

      Beverly’s appearance is listed amongst these offerings.

      Beverly says she was 24 at the time of this interview, so, since she was born 9/16/42- this statement locks in the 1966-7 time frame.

      I thought Beverly’s bearing through out this ordeal involving an UNPREDICTABLE set of “twists and turns”- like questions spoke VOLUMES about her own development as a person and particularly her lady-like composure vis a vis this Howard Stern inquisitor of his time.

      As for her beauty, I quote from an appreciator of this particular quality, Orson Welles. He encountered Beverly during the film shoot of Roots of Heaven:

      “He (Flynn) showed up with a fifteen-year-old girl who would make a Polanski of anybody! She was sensational!”

      Need I say more?

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  4. Ralph Schiller

    August 8, 2020 at 10:37 pm

    Hey Karl; Wink, wink, nudge, nudge, say no more, say no more! (Monty Python style). Orson Welles was no fool when it came to his taste in beautiful-looking women. Based on photographs and film clips, Beverly Aadland was not loved by the camera but in person her charms must have been considerable.

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