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>> good morning to you. thank you for waking up to us. i am heather nauert. >> i am heather childers. it is tuesday march 7th. thank you so much for watching "fox & friends first". we start with this an extreme weather alert so-called snow quester packing a punch on the east coast. virginia by far the hardest hit with more than 20 inches of snow in some parts. 250,000 people waking up without power. >> a bit further north in the capital the storm was mostly abust. forecasters calling for 10 inches of snow. most of it ended up actually being rain. the threat of wild weather shut down federal offices. the storm is now moving to the northeast. bringing with it strong winds
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snow and coastal flooding. janice dean is here and she is tracking the track of that storm. good morning, janice. how are things looking? >> look at some of the snow totals 2 feet of snow in the mountains of west virginia. 20 inches in fishersville. even down to north carolina half a foot of snow. even though dc was mainly a rain event west of dc north of the area got the snow we were forecasting. let's take a look at the satellite imagery over the last few hours. this is the huge storm system you can see the impact along massachusetts the snow is flying across long island up toward connecticut and boston. you are also seeing the snow. that's where we think we are going to see the potential for the most snow is in the new england area. temperatures too warm for snow.
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regardless we are going to see the airport across the northeast. excess of 5 miles an hour in some cases and heavy snow will develop in eastern new england. 6:00 a.m. friday and we are seeing the snow fly across boston and new york. stay with us and then you have the coastal flooding a lot of coastal flooding. winds will be relentless. this is sustained winds. wind gusts of 40, 50 even 60 miles per hour. all along the coast and long island. we will monitor that situation through out the day today and into tomorrow. the good news temperatures are going to warm up. any snow that's on the ground is
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going to melt. we will be in the 60s. >> always looking at the glass half full. >> we have to. fru >> it's time for your 5@5:00. top five stories making news for you. no criminal charges will be filed in the death of a woman who refused cpr at a retirement home. >> earlier the retirement home in california said the worker you heard on tape fail to do follow proper procedures and was on leave pending investigation. the family does not plan on
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suing the facility or any of the employees. >> new video coming out of a top russian ballet dancer making his first court appearance in moscow. he admit to do masterminding an attack at the famed theater's director. evidences denied a main roll in that ballet. the 29-year-old who danced the part of ivan the terrible telling the judge he didn't order acid to be thrown on the director's face. he is recovering from severe burns on his eyes and his face. >> more new video this time from vatican city. the last cardinal mum mondsummo choose it. sources have said it will reportedly begin march 11th. it is likely to be pushed back as the cardinal takes more time
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to examine the problem facing the church. >> it is a wig step toward pref p venting the government shut down. they passed a 6 month spending bill. most of the democrats prevented against that. it gave veteran's affairs flexibility where to make the spending cuts. no other agency has that flexibility. government funding is set to expire march 27th. the measure now goes to the u.s. senate. >> so you like sharks? >> no. >> then you are not going to like this story. >> talk about this scary site. tens of thousands of sharks spotted off the florida coast near palm beach. lifeguards forced to close several beaches there for the second day in a row. the sharks said to be heading north after migrating to the south for the winter. means they are headed our way. >> that is your 5@5:00. >> let's talk about sharks the
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nation's capitol. coming to a halt because of two storms. one that ended up not being much at all the other senator rand paul's nearly 13 hour filibuster of john brennan. peter doocy has been following live. what a marathon. >> it really was, heather. it's the filibuster went until 12:39 a.m., 12-hours and 52 minutes the whole time senator paul was on his feet in the chamber with no bathroom breaks. senator hall was protesting the nomination of john brennan for cia director. the larger point he was trying to make is about his belief that it is unconstitutional to use drones against american citizens. >> to be bombed in your sleep? there's nothing constitutional
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about that. he said trust him. he says he doesn't intend to do so but he might. mr. president that's just not good enough. >> senator paul made frequent trips to a deck on the floor that is full of candy for fuel and was joined by at least a dozen other senators in his effort including democrats. not all republi with this man. >> we are not fighting a crime we are fighting a war. i don't think he believes we are at war. i believe we are at war and i believe al qaeda is trying to recruit american citizens as i speak. >> just a few wieks aeeks ago president obama tried to answer questions about his drone policy. clearly didn't do enough for senator paul. >> we respect and have a whole bunch of safeguards in terms of how we conduct counter-terrorism operations outside of the united
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states. the rules outside of the united states are going to be different than the rules inside of the united states. >> he need to do talk 11 and a half more hours since the record belongs to senator strom thurman. he spoke to for 24-hours back in 1957. >> peert doocs -- peter doocy, thank you very much. >> herman cain is talking about the filibuster. the former presidential candidate now fox news contributor telling sean hannity he likes the idea saying it gives the american people a chance to see the facts. >> i think it is refreshing to see a real filibuster, because it under scores the way our government was set up such that you couldn't have an administration or any branchs of
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government shove something through that might be in the worst interest of the american people. the other thing that a filibuster does, a real filibuster, it gives the american people time to begin to get familiar with some of the facts of the situation. remember, when president obama forced obama care down the throats of the american people and nancy pelosi says we have to pass it to tell you what's in it. you remember that phrase? >> that was the best imitation i have ever heard. >> come on, shawn. that is an insult to the intelligence of the american people. the filibuster, give american people a chance to get familiar with some of the facts. >> there you go. while rand paul was filibustering he signed the bipartisanship. the president invited 12 senators with him last night in dc. what do they talk about?
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shawn johnson going on the record to talk about that. >> primarily concentrate on the budget issues entitlement reform tax reform all of the issues we have to discuss and gain agreement on if we are going to put this country on this path. it wasn't in negotiation. it was a very open discussion of all of the issues we have to really work on. >> does it surprise you? >> not really. we all know the elements of the problem. it is not rocket science. we know we have to deal with it. it's a matter of coming to terms. we talked about tax reform being a wider variety of variables in terms of grappling with that issue. >> earlier in the day jay carney says the president wants to talk about a grand bargain budget deal but also hopes to come together on issues like immigration reform.
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>> now it is time to brew on this. here's the question. how well woucould you sell yourf during a job interview? >> i am the type of person if you ask me a question and i don't know the answer, i am going to tell you that i don't know. but i bet you what, i know how to find the answer and i will find the answer. is that fair enough? >> you remember that scene? it was from the will smith movie "the pursuit of happiness". pizza hut is putting job applicants to the test. >> they are letting people interview for the social media manager position. you have to be able to sell yourself in the company in 140 seconds. pizza hut saying if you can do that you can probably sell the company in 100 characters or lesson twitter. twitter limits you to 100 characters or less. could you sell yourself in 140
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seconds. you can tweet them to us at fox friends first or shoot us an email at coming up it is being called another attack against the second amendment. they require anger management classes for any one who wants to own a gun. we will get your reaction to that. >> a shocking new report we will b get more details on the attack in benghazi. was the united states warned by libyans? that's next.
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>> it is 15 minutes after the top of the hour. here's what you missed while you were sleeping. they knew an attack was coming. libyan officials warned the obama administration about our consulate being in danger days before the benghazi terror
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attack. that is reportedly according to documents the administration just released. we are being told administration press officers were responsible for removing al qaeda references in the talking pointsdz points. >> it is being called a blap tant attack. pushing a bill to require anger management classes for any one buying ammunition. it would mandate a 3 day waiting period for any gun or ammo sale to someone who has not taken the classes. gun rights advocates say it's unconstitutional. >> let's go to stories you can bank on this morning. al gourmet be headed to court for selling current tv, that was his tv network to al-jazeera. we are talking about a major lawsuit because there's a guy who says he helped facilitate the sale to al-jazeera and al
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gore owes the money. >> a guy claims to be a big media consultant with a long track record he came up with the idea for al go-jazeera to buy current tv. took it to a finance office. >> he was taken seriously. >> he is trying to get $15 million because he says that gore and current tv violated the implied, it's an implied breech of contract. there was no written contract. if you go with the finance plan and you cut off the people to put it together. >> you can't do that. >> he also says in the lawsuit gore was opposed to the plan originally but it was his step by step how to get it through that gore changed his mind. >> cable tv prices headed up, up, up. why now?
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>> you got 100 million? >> no. >> there's an investor's conference. the cfo from dushth t -- direct tv said they can no longer afford to not raise rates essentially that the cost of programming their costs have gone up roughly 8 percent but they only rised rates 4.5 percent this year. you have time warner cable saying their costs went up 32 percent they only raised rates 16 percent only. >> we will be looking for those price increases. >> adam shapiro from the fox business network. everything costs more now. >> coming up on "the rundown" you want to work at home? cheryl casone is here with three companies hiring this week including one where you never even set foot in the office. how one 8-year-old girl saved her friend's life in the middle of a busy cafeteria. we will tell you about that. well you can see if the hotel is pet friendly before you
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>> well internet giant yahoo coming under fire for telling employees they can no longer work from home. but if you are worried that yahoo is starting a trend, don't worry. cheryl casone is here with three companies hiring right now. the first company is looking for tell commuters. >> you have to be a registered nurse. care net service has nanny companies to deal with the costs the new costs coming under the healthcare law. registered nurse sitting at her home somewhere and you call into your insurance company my throat is sore i have got a headache what do i do do i go to the er? do i need to go to the director? >> it is a way to cut costs for companies but you can get a job out of it. some of the jobs will be at the
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headquarters in san antonio, texas. also they need hr marketing and finance folks. you are evaluating those systems. inc magazine called them one of the fastest growing companies. they reached out to us at fs job hunt at we are getting a lot of results. >> themselves voted one of the best places to work. >> that's good news. >> java juice. >> i know you drink it. >> 3500 summer jobs. they had national hiring day on tuesday. they are lacking for those kids that want to come in. you need a summer job especially college kids come into jamba juice. you make 8 bucks per hour. a lot of those jobs do become regular full-time jobs or at least full-time salary hourly position jobs. after 90-days you can get benefits through jamba juice. you will be having one of the healthy meals and snacks. they are expanding this year.
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68 new stores globally in 2013. they hire 15-20 plies each store. the expansion is also a good story as well. >> they are doing really well right now. >> it depends on the type of company they do. >> the world's largest provider of catering and provisioning for the airline industry. they have 395 job openings right now. they are planning to hire about 4,000 people through out 2013. the 395 number right now executive chefs people that can do transportation engineering also facility maintenance and they need sales people and people that can do finance, corporate offices. they are mostly in the major airports through out the country boston, los angeles, seattle, honolulu. >> they pay pretty well. >> if you are a professional
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employee in the company you can make about 60,000 dollars. so it's actually one of those nearby /* nisch companies. if you have questions for me i do respond to questions. casone knee is where everything is listed. you can apply to the web sites they are listed all there. >> you do give responses. >> i do. >> you have been doing a good job at it. >> thank you so much. after the hour. coming up a horrific scene at a california cat sanctuary. an intern there was mauled to death by one of the animals. we will have the details for you coming up next. >> rushing to the rescue how one sheriff's deputy went way beyond the call of duty. we will tell you what happened. on this date in history on this date 19185 remember this song? "we are the world."
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>> good morning. you are watching "fox & friends" fist. i am heather childers. >> i am heather nauert. it is half past the hour.
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we have an extreme weather alert. a blatant winter storm dumping as much as 20 inches of snow on parts of western virginia last night. these residents are digging out all of that heavy wet snow. meantime 250,000 people waking up without power. >> that storm is still on the move this morning. it is making its way up to new england it is the last thing people around here need. >> it is going to be around here today and tomorrow. that's why we are calling it a slow mover. we are looking at possibility of snow around new york city area up toward boston. the heaviest totals will be over new england. they have seen their share of snowstorms.
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unfortunately it will look like several more inches of snow west of the boston area. here is one of our computer models. a little aggressive but certainly 6-12 inches possible. maybe 3-5 in and around the new york city area. mainly a rain event. coastal flood advisories and watches and warnings are posted for the very vulnerable areas of new jersey toward long island coastal connecticut and along the border of massachusetts up toward the northern new england area. 2sh 5 nac -- 2-5 inches of snow and around new york and bullseye 6-12 inches boston west of boston down to providence, rhode island. we will continue to monitor. wind gusts in excess of 60 miles per hour. that will be an ongoing concern. check with your airports if you are traveling today. back to you heather and heather. >> janice dean, thank you. >> it was really windy
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yesterday. >> the storm that really wasn't actually slowed down the nation's capital, though, all of the talk in washington was republican senator rand paul's nearly 13 hour filibuster which stalled john brennan's nomination to leave the cia. doug luzader is live for us in washington with more on this. he has stopped talking at this point. >> he has. >> you think he's sleeping in this morning? very long day for rand paul. he went last night until 12:40 a.m. 12:39 to be exact. he would have had to have dogon another 12-hours to set a record. no record set but he generated a lot of tanks. >> i rise today to begin to filibuster john brennan's nomination to the cia. >> from there fast forward because this went on and on for more than 12-hours. the sun would set over the capital and he brought senate business to a screeching halt.
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once a member takes the floor it is theirs to keep. paul is temporarily blocking the nomination of john brennan from being the cia director. the u.s. drone policy and whether there should be any checks on presidential power to target even u.s. citizens in the united states. the u.s. attorney general eric holder has conflicting views with where the bower actual liechs it's limit. the issue of attacks on u.s. citizens at home has created odd alliance on liberals on the left and liberal leaning republicans on the right. >> your notification is the buzz of the propeller on the drone as it flies over head in the second before you are killed. is that what we really want from our government? >> paul got assistance from other republicans who rose to add lengthy questions to give him a break. even one democrat helped him out at one point. filibusters are ultimately just
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the daying tactics. it doesn't change a whole lot he will probably be confirmed as the next cia director. he was able to raise his prominence on the national stage. >> eating snickers and jellybeans along the way. >> anything to get you through. it is time to take a look at who is talking now. we are hearing from congressman lewey gomert. the white house an announced because of budget cuts white house tours will be canceled. >> in reaction to this con gu s congressman gomert wants to stop funding tof the president's golfing. he went on o'reilly factor. >> it's the bigger issues. i have been relatively fair to barack obama. i am not a partisan but now i am
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angry because i see what the president is doing. he's not trying to solve the fiscal problems by diverting attention he can't play golf other people who are independent are going to go come on that's ridiculous. you see what i am talking about. it could have a backlash to help him. >> it could but i think people will see we have a president in bush so many didn't like was unpopular very unpopular at the end. he gave up golf in 2003 because of people being in harm's way he didn't golf for five-years. this president doubled down 115 or 16 golf outings. i think people are getting it, bill. we don't have to hurt the school children if he will give up golf. it is bringing attention to the fact that this president is not willing to give up even a golf outing to let thousands of kids come walking on a self guided tour through the white house.
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>> many republicans say the white house is using scare tactics in order to exaggerate the seriousness of the cuts. >> it is time now for your 5 at 5:30. horror at a cat sanctuary after an intern was mauled to death by a 350 pound african lion. 24-year-old diana hampton was inside the lion's enclosure alone at cat haven. that is when couscous, the name of the cat attacked her. when police arrived at the scene a sheriff's deputy shot and killed the 4-year-old lion. >> our thoughts and prayers go out to our friend and family, and to her family at this time in this trying time. >> it is not clear why she was alone in that cage with the lion. thousands of hugo chavez followers laning the streets for
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his funeral profession. we are being told the socialist president died from a massive heart attack as he was battling cancer. the head of the presidential guard revealed that chavez could no longer talk. chavez' cancer was in a very advanced stage. a sheriff's deputy runs straight into a burning home to save a family inside and it was all caught on camera. you can see he runs for the front door with pieces of wood falling from the ceiling. the deputies found the 76-year-old man and his dog inside the home and he saved them. the man's wife managed to make it out on her own. unfortunately no one was hurt. the fire had been started by a wood stove that was on the front porch. in the earl mroirng hours of her wedding day four calls for help came from soccer star hope solo's house after fights broke out. those 911 calls made by her brother just released.
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>> she got thrown to the ground and she went to a manager. >> okay any his brother vealing alcohol was involved. her husband jeremy stevens was arrests on charges of domestic center lines. he was released hours later. the two girls were eating lunch in school when kylie started choking on a piece of popcorn chicken. the classmates started running for help but the screams were lost in the loud lunch room. >> when she p didn't come over i
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put my hands right here. >> i think i choked because i was trying to talk and eat at the same time. >> that shows just a little girl can do so much to rescue someone. she learned how to do the heimlich maneuver from watching a television show. >> that is your 5@5:30. >> and now it is time for your starting lineup. the top sports stories and it is a sweet sixteen for the miami heat. miami keeping their franchise set to winning streak alive after blowing a 20 point lead. lebron james hitting the game winner with 3 seconds to play. miami wins 97-96. the heat haven't lost a game since february 1st. speaking of streets the chicago blackhawks keeping their incredible points streak alive with another one yesterday. they trailed 2-1 in the third period but they tied it all up
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and put the game winner in with under a minute left to play. chicago has earned at least one point in all 24 games so far this season. the best start in league history. and more injury news for the new york crayankees first baseman n expected to miss 8-10 weeks with a strained right wrist. he was initially only expected to miss up to 10-days. so bad news for the yankees. >> real shame. the time now is 40 minutes after the top of the hour. coming up are you going to the grocery store today? listen up because food safety experts are revealing what items they steer clear from at market. >> plus this christian family is seeking asylum in the united states. here's the question we want to know. why does the justice department say they don't deserve it? we will give you the details coming up next. business. can i get the smith contract, ease?
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>> good morning to you. it is 44 minutes after the hour. let's span the globe to see what stories are making headlines over seas. first to mexico this morning where a giant wave killing an american tourist and leaving another in serious condition. it happened while they were walking down the beach in cabo san lucas. the elderly pair pulled from the water by the navy after they were swept out to sea. take a look at the severe flooding in peru the water destroying 4,000 buildings in central peru and leaving nearly 18,000 families without homes. no word on any injuries yet. heather? >> well, a battle is brewing between a christian family and the white house. they could be deported all because a mom and a dad want to home school their children. fox news radio's todd starks is following the story for us. he joins us with the new development. what is going on here? >> good morning heather. the family fled germany in 2008 mom, dad their 6 children all
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seeking political asylum. they are evangelical christians and the german government threatened to take away their children and throw them in jail just because they refused to stop home schooling. it requires children to attend public school. parents who don't comply face punishment. the american based home school legal defense association they applied for political asylum a judge granted the family refuge and they settled into a new life purchasing a small tennessee farm in the shadows of the great mountains. but the obama administration stepped in and objected to political asylum. the justice department says no one has a right to home school anywhere and they do not believe the german government has r violated the familiar lace human rights and homeland security demanded the christian family be deported. the home school legal defense association calls the
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administration's decision utter repudiation of parental and religious liberty. let's put this in perspective. he is granting amnesty for millions of people who came here illegally and just last week the administration released thousands of illegals who had committed crimes but they want to deport a christian family just because they want to home school. now the family's hopes and dreams now rest with the u.s. circuit court of appeals and there's no word when they might hand down a ruling. >> thank you for joining us this morning. appreciate it. the time now is almost 10 minutes until the top of the hour. still ahead is this breaking the law? (laughter) >> well, how this man's laugh actually landed him behind bars. >> that's a pretty annoying sound there. >> you can see why. >> there's a new star wars movie that's in the works.
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there could be a star studded return. we will give you the details next. brian kilmeade, what's going on on fox and friends. as hans solo. >> annoying laugh i am jealous of your sports cast. coming up on our show going to review the entire filibuster of senators with senator rand paul. we are rolling commercials but seriously talk about it with senator pat toum me. why a lion attacks people. we are going to talk to bobby dean a famous mom and great cook himself. michelle mal pin is here live. i am going to get ready for it kind of makes sense. [ male announcer] surprise -- you're having triplets.
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>> could a disabled man be jailed for laughing too loudly? listen. (laughter) robert was given two summons for disturbing the peace after his neighbor says he can hear him laughing out the window. the 42-year-old says his neighbor was mocking him because he's disabled and his laughter was a defense mechanism. he is facing a fine or 15 days in jail. a attention all grocery shoppers. revealing all items they won't put in their cart. on the top of the list ground brief, sprouts and poultry. raw milk and seafood from southeast asia also high up. they avoid them because they are easily contaminated especially with e coli. another place they avoid
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supermarket buffets. >> i always wonder about those, heather. >> it was a really big night. michael samaire row is breaking down the highs and lows. >> ten guys reporting live in hollywood. >> they didn't do as well? >> they doont do as well. they have a little work to do. one standout was curtis vince jr. who performed "i believe i can fly." >> what's interesting they performed oldies, too. genesis and someone a lot of people may not know harry cuomo. >> every italian knows harry cuomo. >> let's look at some of the highs and lows. >> ♪
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♪ ♪ >> this is great. 8:00 eastern on the fox. >> i like it at this point. >> star wars a new installation of it carrie fisher? >> $4 billion they announced star wars episode 7 would come out in 2016. by the way speculation as to some of the old favorites coming back. carrie fisher did announce she would return as princess leia. >> she did? >> she is had a lot of personal
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troubles. >> she used to do jen recraig commercials. she jokes her character would be in an tirn galactic old folks home. >> that would be fun and huge for star wars fans. >> you went to a new film festival martin scorsese was involved and he was presenting some of the awards. >> he was. the daughter of tony bennett it started by her. the goal was to cultivate the next generation of filmmakers. one of my dreams was to sit down and talk to martin scorsese he's a legend. $2.6 billion since he started. we thought it was a big chance. he did the next best thing we asked some of the a lists what the martin scorsese movie was. here's what they had to say.
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>> i looked at the first film which everybody thinks is creepy. >> one of the lesser known films he made about the dalai lama. i think it was beautiful. >> let's talk about the tv show dallas. larry hagman died last year. he died on the show. >> monday night, unfortunately we have the question of who shot jr. >> you talked to linda gray the star of the show she said what a fan at thats take host of the show. >> you can see more at fox news >> it is 5 minutes before the hour. brew on this question responses. that's coming up next. [ male announcer ] shaving ca sensitive issue.
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