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"eleanor parker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"An incident. Renew spe- of common in you who you just heard. The hollywood sound stage production of twentieth century fox studios great dramatic hip the ox bow incident starring charlie rose as mr davies and edward donald has major deadly and now back on stage for a final word. Here are the stars of our play tonight. Edward arnold and charlie ruggles. Thank you very much. I shouldn't have to tell you how to do this show tonight. I'm sure you all know that. This radio program helps support the motion picture. Relief fund and every actor in hollywood is proud to share in a great work like that right absolutely jolly and not only actors producers writers directors. Everyone in our industry is combining to make this half hour one of the really great spots of the radio week and folks. You'll realize just. How great when hugh douglas tells you about next week's show in well in about ten seconds from that gives us just insects to wrap it up john tonight everybody in many thing yet. Goodness thanks again next week. Hollywood sound stage. Brings you the dramatic treat of the radio season two magnificent performance in a magnificent story richard with mark and eleanor parker in a radio adaptation of metro unforgettable motion picture. The postman always rings twice next thursday night at the same time. Eleanor parker and richard with mark in the postman always rings twice. Don't miss it. The ombo incident was presented tonight through the courtesy of twentieth century fox studios whose current releases decision before dawn starring richard base heart and gary merrill. Edward arnold will soon be seen in the twentieth century. Fox picture belles on their toes also hurt in. Tonight's play where bill boucher frank nelson. Ken christy virginia. Greg norman field hurt by grin and will write. hollywood sound. stage was transcribed in the film capital. Our play was adapted.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You just heard. The hollywood sound stage production of twentieth century fox studios great dramatic hip. The ox bow incident starring charlie ruggles as mr davies and donald as tightly and now back on stage for a final word here are the stars of our play tonight. Edward donald and charlie ruggles. Thank you very much. I shouldn't have to tell you how happy we were to do this show tonight. I'm sure you all know that. This radio program helps support the motion picture. Relief fund and every actor in hollywood is proud to share in a great work like that right absolutely jolly and not only actors producers writers directors. Everyone in our industry is combining to make this half hour one of the really great spots of the radio week and folks. You'll realize just. How great when hugh douglas tells you about next week's show in well in about ten seconds that gives us just insects. Debit up jolly night. Everybody in minivan yet again next week. Hollywood sounds stage. Brings you the dramatic treat of the radio. Season two magnificent performers in a magnificent story richard with mark and eleanor parker in a radio adaptation of metro golden unforgettable motion picture. The postman always rings twice next thursday night at the same time. Eleanor parker and richard webb mark in the postman always rings twice. Don't miss it. The odds incident was presented tonight through the courtesy of twentieth century fox studios whose current releases decision before dawn starring richard base heart and gary maryland. Edward arnold will soon be seen in the twentieth century. Fox picture belles on their toes also heard into tonight's play where bill boucher frank nelson. Ken christy virginia greg norman field her vibrant and will write hollywood's onstage was transcribed in the film capital. Our play was adapted.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And I had to be in the seventies, and I swear to God, it was like a wedding album. And it was just page after page of Howard Street. You know, I wish I wish I had that book because I collect all that old memorabilia and everything about theaters. I've been in the theater business since 1968. And you know, it's it's it's. A lot of those pictures are rare. People didn't take actually shots of pictures of him. Well, thanks for Thanks for talking. Thank you. Bill listening call again. Hey, we're gonna go to Audrey and Essex. Go ahead, Audrey. Hello. Hello. I was wondering if you knew about a movie I saw. Ah, it was late at night. It was about Elvis Presley and Jack Unity where he had met up with Jack Kennedy in a, uh We call it and they were in a broken his company was in a We call it He had to learn to walk again. We call it a rehabilitation center mobilization, right? And when he met up with Jack, and he couldn't believe I was Jack Kane, Jack Kane couldn't believe because he had already been shot. So when, when he was freshly into his room and showed him who he was, he couldn't believe it may Well, finally there in the rehabilitation every morning they would find somebody dead in the hallway of the rehabilitation and come to find out there was a Entity in the pram that was out in the middle of the Ah, yard of this rehabilitation every night, two o'clock it would come in and kill somebody, but nobody ever saw it. And so they always Presley and jacking decided they were gonna go out and catch a sanity. And they went out and won stated the door of the rehabilitation and Jack Kennedy and his wheelchair went out set, uh, over by the pond. And when it came out, it killed Jack Kennedy, and then it finally did get especially to and I don't know it was like a French name and at the end of the movie they were saying like it was They're saying goodbye to both of them, You know, you know, like French stuff. I believe it was. I was just wondering if you knew that or knew the name of it or how I could get that film. Go see it again are well, maybe one of our listeners nose and call in and give us the I never heard of that picture. Never heard of it either. You've never heard of that One man was a show boy. There's a lot more to it. But that was just, you know. Thanks for calling. Thanks for calling in and we'll see if we can't get the answer for you. Okay, We're going to go to Mike on the Eastern Shore. Go ahead, Mike. Okay. I was thinking that you were telling a small movies come out. And they kind of surprised, you know. It was a movie a couple of years ago. Stan and Ollie. Yes, sir. John C. Reilly. Yes, Oliver Hardy, Right. Cooking. Great movie. Yeah, I had no idea that movie was coming out. It didn't seem like he was promoted. It wasn't it was the Sony picture and they just You know it was on the release schedule, and they just put it out there and really didn't permit it the right way. Yeah, it was in January, so I thought maybe it was one. They expected to get nominations and it didn't so they just released it. But I didn't even know it was coming out, and I saw it advertised the night before a map. And I was so delighted by that movie. It was really good. There was a good movie. I kind of feel like they wasted it. I'm not promoting it, and they do it all the time. They waste these really good pictures, and it's a historical picture. Because a lot of it was true. It was based on truth. The act, and it was a great move Your right 100% behind you on that John C. Reilly was great in that movie. Yeah. Think there were times I was watching it. I forgot. I wasn't watching Laurel and Hardy. He's really fun, right? Exactly If they really did a good job, they really did. Hey, Thanks, Mike. Thank you for listening. Call back again. OK, thanks to Goto Larry in Pennsylvania. You're on wcbm. Hey, I'm calling about home from the hill. That movie that somebody was talking about. Robert Mitchum, who was in lived in trap Maryland at one time, and Eleanor Parker was where the parents And George Pard was one of the sons. He was the illegitimate son and George Hamilton was the legitimate son. It's a very good movie, and I would highly recommend it. Okay. I want to have a great day, All right? Okay? Want to give that trivia question out again when he gets some calls for this trivia question, who wrote the famous scary theme music from the movie Halloween? Okay, it's for 1092266. 80. If you have the answer. And we're gonna take a quick break.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Barbeau mango, Hear how they sing jingling bubbles bangle. Fried shining sparkles. Spine goes, your heart will sing single wherein bubble. Bangles and you're on glee. So Made somebody dream so that some day buy you ring ring a ling. That's wearing Bangles. Bobble. Bangles here. Bobbles bangle! Oh, those bright, shiny sparkle spangles. Your heart sings singling aware in Bank B. You go on. So you gonna make somebody so That's something he made by that swearing me if you were in And to prove it. Just what makes that little old land. Think. Kill. Move that rubber tree plant anyone knows an ant. Can't move a rubber tree plant, but he's got is he's got 20 times get low stead of Let Go. Just remember that and oops there goes another rubber tree goes Once there wasa a silly old Ram thought he'd punch a hole in a dam. No one could make that Ram scram! He kept butting that dam cause he had he Yeah, when? Any time you're feeling bad, head of feeling sad. Just remember that Ram Oops. There goes a 1,000,000,000 kilowatt. What kilowatt dam. Woops there goes and a problem curve. Bobbles, Bangles and beads is a favorite of Sinatra fans everywhere. It was recorded in 1967. I hopes was from the 1959 Frank Capra film. Ah, Hole in the head, starring Sinatra, Edward G. Robinson and Eleanor Parker, Sammy Khan and Jimmy Van Heusen won the Academy Award for best original song. For high hopes. Next is the girl from Ipanema. Originally ricin as Goro today, Poornima, a Brazilian bossa nova and jazz song, recorded by Frank in 1967..
"eleanor parker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"This is the birth date of Nobel Prize laureate writer. Pearl S Buck Peter Laurie Elvis's manager Colonel Don Barker's Tanto in the television version of the lone ranger. J silver heels the baroness. Elsa, schrader in the sound of Music Eleanor Parker all board on this date in history. Jazz pianist Dave gruesome eighty six years old today from the Fifth Dimension Billy Davis. Junior eighty, two years of age the Balata Bonnie and cried Georgie fame, seventy seven Chris Isaac Singer of the wicked game. Oh, WanNa Fall in love sixty four years old today. Mrs John McEnroe now, but better known as the singer for scandal and the Warrior Patty Smythe is sixty three. Berlin zoo? Terri Nunn is fifty nine today. NFL networks rich. Eisen is fifty one Chris O. Donnell Robin. In one of the Batman Movies Fifty Years of age today. Don't ask me which one I can't keep them straight. Ron Swanson and parks and recreation the offer Mun is fifty today will and grace's Sean. Hayes is fifty. Neck Woman Gretchen Wilson Forty seven from parks and recreation in Legion Aubrey Plaza is thirty six Arianna Grundy, twenty seven and the daughter of Kevin Smith Harley Quinn Smith turns twenty-one, those just a few of the people who celebrate the twenty six day of June is their birthday, and this happens to be your birthday. Hi, we're the four freshmen and. Say..
"eleanor parker" Discussed on Keep It!
"This week surprisingly had quite a bit of Culture. It does seem surprising when we have a lot to consume. I'm worried because then I think. Oh then we won't have much next week our running out or whatever. Yeah but things seem to be increasingly happening more often in the midst of this pandemic so maybe people are finally settling into a groove or maybe we were just in a regular law. Where things weren't going to be released anyway at least television wise and now there is a wealth of things to watch. I mean I think this will dwindle but will enjoy it for now. I wonder how much longer we have before everything that's been produced and is in post. Production is no longer available. So we'll find out but I did watch something. Finally that I'm excited to talk about was have you. Are you guys caught up or did you watch anything at all of the last dance? Of course the Michael Jordan documentary. I'm four episodes. End did not catch the most recent episodes. I did cave and I started watching it. I didn't think it would be for me. I've never been a sportsperson until when I realized how gay basketball is go on. Dennis Rodman deffers Dennis. Rodman that is. It should be prime example but to it is sweaty men getting in each other's faces fighting all year for a piece of jewelry like the gays thing for a championship ring. It is so gay so I so I got involved and Kobe was in one of the last. Two episodes just came out on Sunday and it was very heartening to see him speak. It was Than it was said and he talked a lot about how Michael you know. There would be no Kobe if there was no Michael Jordan and of course in turn. I'm sure there'd be like no steph curry or Leonard. If there was no Kobe it was it was sad but it was very interesting and fun and Michael Jordan was actually a very funny guy. Michael Jordan sense of humor is sometimes very cutting. He vacillates between funny and sort of being an asshole. He's sort of like the Erika Tena Basketball. So that's why I enjoy watching. He punched people clearly lying about gambling with his Shades on your. I love that classic interview and the Kobe thing is yeah. I haven't watched the Kobe episode. And I'm going to have to get Marin head space for it. It seems so weird that that was recently. It truly seems like it was over a year ago. Yeah the Kobe died but not so well first of all. They need a whole episode. Still about Michael's conspicuous hotness. Because even among it's like a good-looking team the Chicago Bulls Michael Jordan. Straight up. Looks like a model. It just is so bothersome to me. Was the rest of the team ever like. Oh this guy's definitely going to get picked up by Hanes in the next year or so 'cause I would have been able to predict that especially his North Carolina days. Oh Yeah and then they get into how he really both up before the ninety ninety one season and I didn't recognize until looking at the footage. Oh yeah he's like kind of a different person between the two years yeah. I didn't realize how much that athletes were sensationalized and the be like Mike Advertising and of course how he changed fashion and sports and how we view athletes. I mean I just I am just this Docu series was much needed the amount of air force ones that I have in my home truly thanks to him the quickness with which. I buy a new white pair when I get one scuff on my radio like it's yeah and I remember the fervor in getting Jordan's in the nineties I dropped it felt special having a new pair. Jordan's and wearing them at school. Do you do it? I remember very specifically around when I was tends. This would have been ninety. Six Ninety. Seven is the obsession with starter jackets. Which has to be intrinsically related to the Bulls right. 'cause there's something about entering a room with a jacket that's three sizes too large and thin and picks up the wind. Or whatever actually. Is it possible the Bulls were the original? The emancipation of Mimi. Oh the sound of those jackets make it. Legal like are breaking some sound. So how did you watch anything else? I have to do something. That is really embarrassing. I have to double back and I talked so much shit on the show. Dave I think it was a keep it that I did the one of the first weeks that it came out and now I look like boo boo the damn fool. Because I watched the entire season and in is amazing. Every episode is really good. They spent a lot of time talking side characters. They talk about black men with bipolar disorder. Which I don't think has ever been done on TV at least in this way. Plus appearances from like wack and trippy red and Justin Bieber. Which you guys know. I'm not a fan of. He's just like a jewel pod but it was nice to see him on TV. So go back and watch Dave and enjoy that and don't listen to me unless I've seen a whole season of TV. I'M GONNA stop. Thank you for joining us. I will keep it in mind next time. I know where you're coming from a real come to your way moment. Yes I really did. Louis what have you been into this week so this week? I've consumed a lot of short content. But it wasn't Qube. It was something which to be very. I believe was our sponsor at some point on this show but I really dove into it this week and I'm talking about masterclass love masterclass love it it. Which is if you've seen the advertisements you learn Annie Liebowitz teaching about photography or Steve Martin. Talking about comedy and you. I guess we're supposed to come out a genius at the other end like the math doesn't really work out for me. But whatever anyway. It is weirdly among the most addictive content on the web. Because you sort of feel like you're gaining something and you feel like Oh yes Kelly worst ler. I'm learning lots about interior design. Now I can create a Shell Motif and my home and then you get up to do it and you're like I feel completely inferior. Not if I can see that you can do it but I don't know that I can do. My new. Favorite hobby is to listen to ru Paul's ones and identity. And then shout that information as if it's my own that's what I've been doing but yeah there's some amazing ones on there. I've learned how to show run by Shonda rhimes. I will never be a show runner not anytime soon but if I need to do it I have the very basic skills I love. The contrast between Shonda rhimes China rises kind of long. But you can do it however long you want to. So in comparison with Shonda rhimes is Aaron. Sorkin is like the Bible It just not start so he likes to talk. You don't say walk. Yeah I need to watch Natalie Portman zwirn on acting I just WanNa know what a acting masterclass looks like that did appear to me to be the most perhaps unintentionally funny one because there's one where she's like a room she goes here. I find out I'm being cheated on and the only universe in which something like this would happen. Acting wise is in the worst soap opera. So thank you so much for teaching me how to do this. Shall we say kitschy jobs? There are two very funny ones that I really enjoyed. There's one that David Sedaris does. That is about humor writing which he just this very corky type of comedy that I don't see embodied very much. He is very true comedy. That is Love David Sedaris. He has a funny one. Another funny one is usher doing performance. Which I I can only assume is him teaching you how to sweat on-command like I don't know what else it'd be going on there but those are two to definitely check out even if you're disbursing assures step on have fourteen APPs. I just finished David. Sedaris is book recent book Calypso so I should take a look at it was. It was very moving although I did not expect to be as depressing it was. Yeah 'cause it's about his mother's death and his sister suicide and it also made way through. It describes his last interaction with his sister. Which is sort of heartbreaking. But he never rates these things various SACCHARIN. They're always sort of funny or matter-of-fact which I think makes them somehow sadder right when the book came out very fortunate because he came to my university to speak and I want to get my book signed and it was about a year and a half after my brother had passed and we I talked to him about it. We joked and then he put a little tombstone when he signed the name. It with my only David Sedaris. We'll do something like this to my books cute. I think he's a pattern of his. He does that for people when they talk about their dead relatives or family members so it was cute and it made it was comforting in a very strange David Sedaris way so also another strange thing. I've done over the past week. Can you believe that this will not surprise you at all? But my friends and I have decided to pick various best actress years in the Oscars and just watch all five of the nominees. Because there's like if you look at old years there are plenty of movies that have no legacy like they had some cloud at the time or they had some buzz and then now just nobody talks about them so okay. The year I got was nineteen fifty. Five person who won that year was on Yanni and the Talian actress who was very gritty in very real particularly for the fifties and particularly for a female role in the Rose Tattoo. Everybody should go see that. That's a performance that stands the test of time in a James Dean Marlon Brando. Type Way. Okay we love the Rose Tattoo Tennessee. Precisely the other four nominees that year with the exception of Katherine Hepburn. Who's in a movie where she just goes to Venice? Called summertime are so the definition of what must have been Oscar Bait at the time. They are hilarious and they are. Eleanor Parker interrupted melody playing a world famous singer who then gets polio. You better believe there's a scene where she flings herself out of a wheelchair and cross to knock over her record playing. You better believe. That's another one. Is this actress Jennifer Jones? Who is sort of like Elizabeth Taylor before Elizabeth Taylor came along that kind of bone structure? Dark Hair Some austerity she's in a movie called. Love is a many splendid thing where she plays a Eurasian woman. And let me tell you. Something ain't nothing about Jennifer Jones from China but Manda. She wear a few. Chong Sam's in this movie and repeatedly say over and over again I am proud to be Asian. It is the yellow facist Oscar nominee probably of the fifties. And then there was one more. And it's Susan Hayward who is the most histrionic but good over actor ever playing a star who then descends into alcoholism and it's one of the first movies ever to feature in a meeting.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In those small little world news fast and think about the good and things and she when it is learned its lesson you you the and news it has learned its lesson you in the small and you lose Josh what makes that little old man saying kill move that rubber tree plant and a one no move a rubber tree plant he is he's any time you get lows go just remember that three the one ram thought he'd pond job I am no one may M. score big cap but not them yeah yeah the time that feeling sad just remember that right their goal there was a another bra another June another sunny the honeymoon another season another reason for making work a lot of shoes a lot of rice the room is no he answers twice it's really but he's so women to make what the thank whether this thank you he's watching and maybe close he's so ambitious he even sold but don't forget folks you get four make it will be another bra June another son in this is on a honeymoon another reason is that the message you gang arrive the groom is nervous that he answers why it's really kill them this cat so we'll be this is where they the that's what you have for Makin whoopee but don't forget folks that's what you get for making some high hopes was from the nineteen fifty nine Frank Capra film a hole in the head starring Sinatra Edward G. Robinson and Eleanor Parker Sammy Cahn and Jimmy van Heusen won the academy award for Best Original Song the blues he make it will be was first popularized by Eddie cantor the nineteen twenty eight musical Whoopi Gus Kahn wrote the lyrics and Walter Donaldson composed the music for the song as well as the entire musical Sinatra recorded it in nineteen fifty six next is Blue Moon written by the duo of Rodgers and Hart the song was hit twice in nineteen forty nine was successful recordings by Billy Eckstein and Mel Torme in nineteen sixty one Blue Moon became an international number one hit for the doo wop group the Marcel's it was featured on Frank's nineteen sixty one album Sinatra's swing in session here's Blue Moon.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"So it gives us more inspiration to maybe even cook at home. Sometimes. Yeah. Absolutely. Now, I understand there are three kind of distinctive areas of the restaurant. Yes. To currently and one which will launch in early two thousand nineteen we have the tavern area. Which is when you first into the restaurant. It's going to be your more casual more accessible. It's got just a great vibe. It's a great spot for a cocktail. It has its own menu. That's sat with just really delicious, but easy dishes. You can pop in for a quick meal there you can fully dine. If you like, and we have live music three nights a week. It's a fun space where you can just go out and have a good time. Meet some fabulous food, then beyond that starts our dining room. And this is the more formal white tablecloth just really in-depth dining experience with the new that will change nearly daily. That Alice just really known for and then two thousand eighteen we have our garden terrace launching which is going to be. Inspired by those sort of opulent romantic covered cafe garden terraces in Europe lake think Vienna. Right before you, redid it. But it's going to be spectacular. It's going to be spectacular have a wonderful beautiful bar out there. Same tavern menu. Still live music. It's just going to be an incredible environment, and it will showcase its own art collection as well. Seriously. And completely Glastonbury completely glass. Okay. Like like a prison. Cafe. Oh, cool. So that way when it's raining or snowing you can enjoy a cocktail with us and live music. Well, that's wonderful. Okay. So we have an another wine that we haven't tried yet. But tell us a little bit about that. Sam sure. So this is from a very recognized winery in California called Turley. So Turley is has been around for a very long time. They're pretty much the pioneer of this infantile grape variety. Now zinfandel is a pretty unique great because it originated in some parts of Croatia under the name of Clare Janek, but we don't recognize zinfandel under that name. Now, we recognize that under zinfandel, and so really in in just one described her think blueberry muffins, and that is what you have in this bottle now. Oh, I can see the glass, I'm like, I've got an empty. So we don't we don't practice empty glassware. And an atlas. But this is a beautiful bottle and not just you know, being Turley and being old vines where they use anywhere from forty year old to one hundred year old vines for their entry level style. But this is their single vineyard from a very very high elevation that sits roughly twenty six hundred feet above sea level called Howell. Mountain mountain is a beautiful mountainous area. Very cool because they plant their vines on the top part of the mountain. So you'll notice that this wine has backbone it has texture it's not juicy and concentrated in sweet. So as opposed to the Turley space. Yeah. Exactly. And so it's got complexity it's got layers. It's it's got very lax. So this is from their single vineyard called rattlesnake rattlesnake vineyard in the Hal mountain ABA of Napa Valley and for all of the bigger Simone. The Paul Hobbs the Turley is carried atlas really a wide range of what they have to offer. We we love these wines will carry different vineyards different styles, different vintages. And these are just three of our favorites that we thought perfect for the holiday now, what would the if you were given a party, and you were serving us wine. What would you serve with this wine? So I think this is a very classic wine with that compare lots of different things. I think anything that involves cranberries anything that involves the fruit character that you're smelling and tasting within the wine. I had a mentor that once told me think about your wind being poured over the food, and that's a really fun way to think about pairings into think about if you're things are working. For instance, you're thinking, you know, aluminum Olshan with flounder while you would probably want to do sauvignon Blanc because that's like the little of lemon over the top of your fish. So it's the same thing here. You can do something like be foreseen e you can do the Colette steak, which we feature at atlas known as the butcher secret braised meats. You can also do ham wild game glazed ham with caramelized sugar. This is really a great variety that hits on all cylinders. Okay. So that should be something when we are pairing food at home, whatever we're cooking with. If it has undertones of that in the wine that is your connection graphically. Okay. We'll tell us where we can find atlas and and let us know during or their special things that you have going on during the holidays that we can be a part of. Yes, ma'am, sir. Alice's located in the Saint Regis hotel and bucket in that plaza opens up there. We have this holiday season. Live music weekly. We have a special dinner going on on Christmas Eve, we have New Year's Eve celebrations as well. The only day that we are closest Christmas day. But you are everyone is welcome to come in and the other day of the week. Okay. So it's it's next to chops. Just man, and it's in the Saint Regis hotel easy to find right there at Peachtree and west paces. Exactly. Okay. Eleanor Parker and Sam gamble. Thank you so much for joining us in the studio. Thank you. Thank you for having us. All right. You've been listening to Atlanta living only on news ninety five five and AM seven fifty WSB. To forty eight Nicole rake carrier WSB twenty four hour traffic center down on the south side after the earlier drama. We had today things are pretty normal.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Of times like these single vineyards. They don't have retail representations. So you can't really compare them. But you might be looking into forty to sixty dollar range retail for an average puddle of Paul Hobbs Pena Nawar, but he does a beautiful label called crossbar, which is very excessive. And it's also a great value that sits right in the mid twenty s so it's something that's great value. It's same winemaking styles. Same winemaking practices, even the same winemaker. That's fine. But it tastes comparable to what we're drinking today. Well, I think with something like crossbar, and you get lots of aromatics, you get lots of fresh fruit, lots of opulence and lots of ripe fruit, but the difference here. I think is you're gonna find texture, and when you look at you two descriptors that are going to really define this wine Maersk cherries, and satin bedsheets, and I think that's really the only two things that are going to separate it from something like crossbar, I told you it was like. Yes. That is so smooth in so decadent exactly and we have two more beautiful winds. We started with the two thousand and six bureau carts Simone block the block. Starting in eighteen eighteen and celebrating their bicentennial year with us which Eleanor Parker hosted a beautiful event, which was the sold out event for a cart Simone, and we're also bringing in a bicentennial magnum only one thousand eight hundred eighteen bottles to the world. There's only eighteen bottles in the world of one thousand eight hundred eighteen okay in the world market eighteen eighteen witches. Oh. And so when will that be Eleanor? Pretty soon it holidays if anyone's interested, very cool. But that is something that is on the much more luxurious side of things. I would have I would imagine. It'd be perfect for a party. So we are also enjoying these apple fritter made by pastry. Chef Christian castio at atlas ridiculous. Delicious. They are absolute. So this would be on the dessert menu. Or take a bunch home for breakfast. The next day very generous with his menu much like chef Gershman will change almost daily and seasonally for sure weekly for sure it's whatever's sparks his interest. It's whatever inspires him. They both just operate under the most fresh ingredients they can get their hands on whatever it is that they wake up in the morning and just feel like creating for their guests. So whichever day you come to dine at atlas would be very special day because you will get that days menu and that days inspiration buyer. Chefs do you think that's what keeps the chefs and sous chefs really energized is that they can let their creativity show because they can change the menu. It's not well, it's time to make the donuts. They they change it every day, according to their mood, according to what's available. According to the farmers, and they have access to just unbelievable ingredients that we're really lucky to even be able to fifty years ago. No, not at all. I mean, chef Gershman uses white Alpa troubles over resort Ohs. We have the best quality meats and house possible. I mean in their creativity and the amount of skill. It takes to really do Justice to these ingredients that they're using and express them as they're supposed to be expressed as I mean, it's just a talent. It's unbelievable. And I think, you know, to add to to Eleanor as well, it's it's our relationship with local vendors that really take outlets to the next level. And when you look at items that have been on the menu, not only since I've been there. But since the birth of atlas like sprouts salad where it's a great example of our relationship with local vendors volleys farm, which donates a fresh sprouts every single day to our doorstep at six o'clock in the morning is just it's a true identity to what we do. We believe we deal anywhere from twenty different local vendors that we rotate pretty consistently. And so those local vendors provide fresh produce, they provide cheeses cheeses..
"eleanor parker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"It. On it. This is Scott Slade host of Atlanta's morning news. News ninety five five and AM seven fifty WSB. Check back often for breaking news Mellish, weather, and traffic red alerts all weekend and the southeast largest news teams here for you. I think Monday morning when you head back to work Hughes. Ninety five five AM seven fifty WSB. Now more Belinda Skelton to ladder living. Welcome back to Atlanta living on your host, Belinda Skelton, and we're in holiday mode here on it lantern living, and we're getting you ready for your holiday parties with the help of the restaurant. Atlas their manager and some leeway. Eleanor Parker is in the studio and also solemnly a Sam gamble is in the studio and seeing them you are a level two Somaly. A and so what does that mean to a customer who walks into atlas? Well, it means a couple of things to be a a great sommelier is to be great and service, and it doesn't necessarily mean to have the knowledge of an encyclopedia. But it means to make your guests feel comfortable in speaking with you, and what that means by getting a certified sommelier diploma through the quartermaster. As is just that is that you are able to not just hit on the cylinders of guests that have preferences to whiner vino, but you're also able to discuss beer, you're also able to discuss coffee. Or soccer, or herbal teas you're really just an all around beverage encyclopedia in that sense. So it there is the quartermaster sommeliers, which of course, a Credit Lyonnais across an international spectrum. But there are also sub courts as well that are across that spectrum as well, such as the society of wine educators, the w SAT's us as have many options to not just pursued that particular court of the master sommeliers, but they can also do others as well. But one thing that I find really enjoyable about the court is that they don't just test you on your ability of theory or your knowledge of wine in asking you specific single vineyard questions and asking you grape.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And the more importantly what you're going to serve to drink. Well, I have brought into wonderful sommeliers from atlas the wonderful restaurant in Buckhead that we're going to tell all about and just a moment. I have Eleanor Parker manager of atlas and some and Sam Gable there in the studio with me today. Thanks for joining us today on this wonderful Sunday morning. Good morning. Absolutely. Okay. So thanksgiving is behind us black Friday's behind us. So everybody starting to decorate for Christmas starting to think about the holiday parties and get their their list of foods that they want to serve, but they really need to start thinking about what to serve with those foods. Share champagne, and you have got to tell me what we're drinking right now. Because this is by far the best champagne I have ever. That's my favorite food is a two thousand six blank to blank. Simone blank to blank one hundred percent Chardonnay. Okay. Why don't you just said Chardonnay grapes to make this wine? Our Chardonnay one hundred percent. That's what makes it a blank Deblanc. Okay. It is fabulous. It is so good. And this would pair with what? Well, really, absolutely everything. We've got some apple tarts that we brought from atlas here. It would go perfectly with that. With your with your dessert. It would go perfectly with starters fresh otas. What do you think Sam? Well, I think you champagne just really has a sense of a sense of place with several different types of food. And I think one thing touching on the fact that its structure based with the city and also morality, and that makes it a really good food wine with not just the sweeten savory things of the world. But also things like starters things like pastas, heavy decadent richer style foods because you have a city that's going to cut through that richness and compliment the overall dish. Now is that true with? Al- champagnes or just this particular champagne really champagne in general is is a perfect match for food because a Sam said of the acidity now, depending on the vintage of the champagne or at the grapes specifically that make it. They have different flavor profiles and rose as may go better than blocked bunks with certain foods, but my favorite are blocked blocks. Just because they are so razor sharp and bright, and they can live in any meal. It's just like adding perfect spice or perfect pinch of salt. It's just what you need it, absolutely compliments, everything that we are having today. Like, you said this apple tart, so okay? Let's talk about atlas the restaurant. It's been open for how long we've just celebrated our fourth year fourth year rolling into two thousand nineteen. The Saint Regis hotel. Yes, ma'am. It's in the plaza. And look at an extra chops me, all those wonderful restaurants and central bucket. Okay. And it has something very special about it. In terms of the artwork? It doesn't just have typical restaurant artwork hanging on the wall. Now, we have original pieces from really famous artists Healy fairly famous. He's really famous when you walk into the restaurant. You're greeted with a a Monet unoriginal. Monet assault. And then even moving from the Monet. Then you're greeted with the Chagall and then walking Chagall. That people are sitting under it. I'm like don't dare, you know, splash something on this Monet. But we have guests who specifically requests under the Picasso. Sure. I would too. So what is the value of the artwork? That's hanging in the atlas. The value is the value is a part of a billion dollar artwork collection. That is owned by our owner whose name is Joe Louis, and he owns Tabas stock restaurant collection, which is a restaurant group, and it's the third largest privately owned artwork collection in the world. And so he showcases just a small percentage of that in the restaurant itself. So you're sitting in almost thirty unique pieces that have a value of anywhere from twenty to thirty million dollars. So while you're enjoying your meal, and you're enjoying your tasty. My you're actually sitting in a museum. So I think that it adds a bigger perceived value for dining experience at atlas and you're given a sheet of paper with the pictures and write up about it. So you can kind of look. Around or walk around the restaurant, and and taken all in you are we also have ipad to make it more interactive. So you can just scroll through you start up at the moon, and as you walk through the restaurant. You can get details on the artists the year was made and it leads all the way back into our private dining room. I don't know another restaurant in the world that has this. Am I wrong? No, you're you're absolutely correct. We're actually only restaurant in the stock umbrella over twenty five restaurants currently that just showcase John Lewis is privately-owned artwork collection. But you it's I think it's more of which some would think that it's a liability. But we have such a great team. We have such a great staff, and we have a great demographic of people that appreciate it that they understand what they're sitting in the understand how special it is staff is so knowledgeable. They're able to discuss the artwork with guests. They're able to help and give tours and explain which are. This is which. What the history of this Fujita picture was. So it it really helps to curate the evening from the walls down to the food. It's all just pardon me. Ambience is not behind plexiglass. It's not behind frame-they're hanging framed in the open is like your dining in a gallery. Exactly. I love it. It's so special. Okay. So tell us about the executive chef Chris Grossman, Christopher Grossman. The man the myth. Imagine he is just an honor to work with a man of incredible work ethic. He has a brilliant mind. He is able to do things with cuisine and flavors and the design of the plates aesthetically that I've really never seen on a different level. He. Worked at the French laundry for a while and from there he's been able to come into his own. He has this incredibly unique perspective on things. And I think he's just blossoming an east brought something unbelievable. And that's really been missing here and to to touch on eleanor's point as well. I've we both have worked with some very skilled chefs in our careers, and I've worked with some top French chefs and top German chefs, and you one of the things that I look for when it comes to the quality of shop like chef Christopher Grossman is his ability to understand the logistics behind the front of the house service. But also billed as menu that works with wine. And I think that that's something that in my experience when I've worked with chefs in my past is they build a menu for for themselves. They build it to be great food, and it's great food, and it's fantastic and beautiful flavors. But does it coincide beautifully with wine? And sometimes yes. And sometimes no, but every single menu item that I've. Been with atlas since October of two thousand seventeen every item that has been put on that menu pairs with wine in some ways. So he's always very cognizant of the front of the house relationship with the back of the house. And I think that that's what his true gift is is understanding the true culture of the restaurant. So his synergy with every part of the restaurant, really is cohesive. Everything has his Maestra flavors. It's all just so curated and well expressed and he's able to use different elements to accentuate or to fluctuate or to just turn what could be seen as a traditional dish into something really magical the other evening, he had Patty mounts on the menu that really you would think our Patty mount, but it was just the most beautiful creation, and there's so much. You know, energy and creativity behind every single ingredient that it's just wonderful. Well, that's the that's what tells a great chef from an ordinary. Chef is taking simple ingredients in taking something ordinary and elevating it like a Patty melt to something spectacular. Right. You know, I was about a year and a half or more that that I was dining atlas with my foodie correspondent David Dan, zig, and Chris haciendas, and we were having an appetizer. And the soup course. And there was a soup, and it was a squash soup and savor that soup. Like it was liquid gold. I have brought that seep up so many times, and you tell me that it's back on the menu. So it is time for me to return. It is the sequel. Yes, the single party. Okay. So we are speaking with Eleanor Parker. She is a sommelier and manager at atlas and Sam Gable? He is a solemnly a an atlas and we're getting you ready for your holiday parties, speaking about food and wine, and we're going to really delve into that a little more in this next couple of segments. So stay tuned. You're listening to Atlanta living only on news ninety five five and AM seven fifty W S B. To seventeen. Hairier WSB twenty four hour traffic.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Six as we enter the Veterans Day weekend by doting back. What Sunday will be the one hundred anniversary of the end of World War One people may not realize this. But it ended on the eleventh day of the eleventh month at the eleventh hour at at eleven AM mistaken. There were some units that on that morning. Everybody knew it was all gonna add officially, but you know, like nine nine thirty in the morning, and there were some units to decide if they had to get their share of glory there were I gather me. Meaningless casualties that occurred within minutes of the official end of that war. General John J, Pershing belief that we needed to show the Germans that we were not for the war to be over with. But there we were willing to keep on attacking right up to the last minute. And in fact, the last American soldier who was killed filling in Harry Gunther was worth a seventy nine th division. He had been branded a coward for not now attacking aggressively enough a few days before and he wanted to show the proved that he was a brave man he was attacking two minutes before the armistice took effect, and he was killed at ten. Fifty eight am on November eleventh. Wow. To RG at turtle creek valley, Pennsylvania. Good evening. How you doing? I'm I'm a Vietnam maybe veteran, and I was calling the mentioned a movie that is really interesting. The pride of the marines with John Garfield and Eleanor Parker is to know your with that. That's a really good movie. I enjoy that right along with flying leather necks with with John Wayne. It's one of the one of the finest World War Two movies that I I know that's a really good one. Yeah. Absolutely. It was and it was written by a book written by Roger Butterfield. And the only thing about it that I don't understand. I read the book I saw the movie and nowhere in the book. Does it mention a girl? Name loretta. Yeah. I I don't have enough knowledge of that particular movie to to be able to give you a definitive reason on why a certain name of might or might not have been included therein RG, but I would say, by the way as a fellow Vietnam. Vet welcome home to you, sir. Anything you wanted to add to that? Ed. Well, there is a remarkable moment. And I think the veterans in our audience, and your your soul JIMBO would would kind of relate to this. Imagine the lawsuit time including their officer's widow saying mcmurtry, we're told in nineteen nineteen to return to the site where they had fought and to reenact what they had done for the cameras for popular movie, which was the silent movie called the lost battalion that was released in nineteen nineteen that was really tough process for them. And you know, you can only imagine what it would have been like for anybody else to have to go through that. Yeah. I guess. It was I I'm sure it wasn't intended to be. But it sounds like it was a rather insensitive. Request very insensitive, and partly it was again, the division commander Robert Alexander who had seen no combat who essentially ordered his officers and men to go back in the movie was intended to prove what a hero Alexander was and Charles Whittlesey for one really never forgave himself for appearing in that movie. You look at him in the movie now he looks almost dead in his face. He he's clearly going through tough tough times. Here's Bob in Saint Joseph Michigan now. Good evening, Bob. Yeah. Thank you. Jim. Just wanted to ask the gentleman if any of the movies that you see of early shots, the actual shots of the battlefield if any of the names are ever recorded. I I remember the one where they were just making a charge up out of their their stuff fucking out the foxhole that trench and there's one. They started to climb up on it. And he was shot dead. Right then. And for some reason other at that particular moment, I said that's how I died, and that was a nine thousand nine hundred eighteen or seventeen whenever it was. I was reborn again in nineteen Twenty-three. But do they ever record any of the names of any of those early shots that you see on television, occasionally, that's a powerful sequence? I've seen that too. And unfortunately, for the most part, they did not record the names, if you go on YouTube, you can see many of the United States signal corps films have been reproduced there. These are films made during the war, and I watched them sometimes including you can see for example, the films medical loss are walking out of the pocket, and you try to look at their faces. You you know, that they had identities that they were men. With stories and personalities, and yet, we don't really know their names. It's it's really unfortunate. But we can still try to reconnect with them. We tried to cover so much of this wonderful. Rich story is told in never in finer company. But let's wrap by asking you to point out anything that we we may have missed that you'd like to leave us with. Well, first of all I wanna.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on Recode Decode
"I play a sofi Lenin and she's a comic and she's old school like a borscht belt. She's a housewife from queens and all their jokes are about how she is and how many husbands she's had, how much she likes to eat, and she's a washerwoman. You know, she wears like old dress and coat. House code? Yes. And her set is just an ironing board behind her with an iron in a fake kitchen. So it's like half set will travel. So she's obviously been doing this stick for years, but you very link fanny, Brice, I, yeah, kind of like fanny, Brice, you know, kind of like ugly. I can't help it. And so that's how she was brought up in the entertainment world. That women can't be funny unless they're making fun of the selves physically emotionally and as like shrews. So she wanted to be successful. So she bought into this whole thing and she's quite successful at it. She's made a lot of money and she lives in a beautiful Brownstone in Manhattan. And when she's not in the fat suit in the house coach, she wears beautiful clothing. And she kind of I Eleanor Parker from the sound of music, the Baroness. If your number as kind of my my inspiration for that aspect of her character, she's very smug and self satisfied in area. Yeah, and so complete contrast. So actors dream, really, really it actually the part of the Butler you in the Butler. Oh, isn't he wonderful? Yeah, yeah, yeah. My first room lined him is, is the light caustic in the blue room. I'll check man. What happens in this season? Can you tell us at all? Well, I Rachel Brosnahan. Yeah, she did a set where she insulted you. She insults me and she's the lead. You would think that I was the lead of the show from way I'm communicating. She's actually the lead. She's in every episode and it's about her and. Neither here nor there, but she's a comic coming up and she's not at all commenting on her appearance or her marriage status or her body. She's kind of observational she. She's an observational comic and it it's working. People are loving it. She's she's crass, she swears and she starts in like the downtown clubs and the audience is love her. And she's trying to, you know, she, Alex bursting plays her lesbian esque manager and who I think is in love with her and. In, she's really aggressive and ambitious for Rachel's character midge and they start working their way to respect the -bility to midtown and. Of course, I, my characters. Persona is kind of in vogue, but she's starting to blow all of us away. So she she humiliates me in public and then I exact my revenge in the second episode and the second season leaving it open for the third season. I think I'll be back. Oh, man, that great. So we're gonna take some Christians in the audience. Absolutely. But I wanted to very quickly talk about just your things that you like techy because you're not doing Twitter now, but you've got, well, I will. I mean, oh, let me let me tell you. I am. I'm doing a show at the Carlyle hotel this week in the cabaret the cafe with a Kate Flannery who was married at the drunk in the office. So if you're interested in coming by where we're there every night at eight o'clock theory, analog of you. Yes, Dan, I'm actually tweeting about that. So you have an apple watch. I have an apple watch technical at all right. Hilary Rosen behind the told me she was the one who gave you. We bought the first iphone. Yes, yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah. And yeah. I mean, I'm I'm in and out..
"eleanor parker" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"I i was a nun at the very end of the movie when he goes to arl i remember the same and i'm in full nuns outfit and has all pressed against your ears and when you have that full habit on us you're like if you're in a tunnel and you can hear your own voice inside and vincent minnelli would talk to me and he talked to me so close and he would like ms moore is me and get and then put me into the scene and it was wonderful i was like this none it was it was wonderful so later i thought i could see in the trades that kirk douglas was gonna make a movie called lizzie with eleanor parker so i thought well i'll write him a letter and say i would like to meet you out of my habit i got a phone call right away i was so shy what i was there that he had nothing to say to me i had nothing to say to him so oh so sad but he gave me a part in the picture anyway give me apart also in a movie called the secret of the incas with charlton heston any of these ring a bell yes yes because so i somehow either i had a very small part it was not important but somehow i got to be kissed by charlton heston and it was it's been burned onto my lips ever.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Young brando i found really in my research in la i'd i'll have to double check no i think would i if i may sir okay i think what happened is when he did i remember mama on television roy but n uh brando had played that on broadway is that what it was well i don't know that's that's that's the connection i don't think he ever met but maybe he did all all is normal but another words he played nels which was the character that brando had played in on the stage he did i did find a story he told about acting with to lubang bankhead hurled asking him to come into a room to realign and she was naked she was we have use a good story tell you wanna great wreck on 200 i wish we had him i wish we i always knew the low yeah he really and and work with jack benny it was so thrilling to me i can't tell you i was pretty thrilled when i went to hollywood because it was in the '60s and the studios were still there there was still mgm and and when i went to work there there was andy hardy's old house you know they had the backlots laos on the law and they had all of the clothes i wore a lot of eleanor parker do you remember her idol's who were all on the are closed course if i was working at mgm and they had it then they had the studios fill those women that would make these things i mean it was so great did you see that part of it you know to me because the movies were like you know amazing and then to work with people i gladys cooper do you remember her at all and yet we will you guys remember shoes in everything at mgm she was the car drouin to work with those people i was like a dream come true really and one was back.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Was that was one of the search for bridie murphy sciencefiction movies like a forbidden planet in an early in his career with stewart granger of skara moshe which was one of my favorite movies i know also as a um as a boy it was one of those wonderful lush um new swashbuckling films with with stuart gray juror and eleanor parker i think is one of the most beautiful actresses of that period and we all know elena parker of course later on for the sound of music for she is in this this this wonderful film with stewart granger and this wonderful actor richard anderson was in that also so i can't say enough about on what a long career about nineteen i think starting around 1950 all the way into the uh just a few years ago you really sort of tapered off at the anti did narration work and then i think maybe two years ago or so was his last work but what a fabulous artist and he will so be missed so that's why i wanted to play that um soundtrack from the beginning of the sixmilliondollar man well everyone thank you again for joining me on speaking of art and giving me a corner of your weekend your holiday weekend i hope that you are having an absolutely wonderful time we have a few more minutes to to brielle we have a a caller on the online thank you your let's lo let's who is a stare this is kim oh great can welcome the speaking of art one thing that director paranoid and what you did mention aired appeared apple app or so the walked program called bra yes i guy way in fact there are there have been released on devi washer to say on dhs every day correct varaut.
"eleanor parker" Discussed on I Was There Too
"And what happened after that since i'd gone i everyone tried to copy me her you know and i think that's what you do instinctively if you hear somebody else read you you just go for that then there were there were other interviews finally a screen test with jimmy and some other people and then they said okay you know you we book you you know that and wearing data feeling like it was really wonderful i was driving down the freeway in all four hurt and i remember the hood flew up on the free way and i thought oh no not now at a cell had you then on how do you worked alive the for doing grab all f like wet sorts of projects and characters were you playing while the first thing i did was me corless archer i played a travelling salesman you know on that was my first television show that i did a high and uh the director of god what was his name wonderful man after that used me and used me and use me every time there was a young man he course i was young there and then i did too films one was interrupted melo de with eleanor parker um she played an australian arm opera singer who was paralyzed and it was it's true story and i'm in the hospital i'm paralyze but i play for awhile she sings you know and then a movie called uh lady godiva of coventry with marina era i got to kiss her head in la vie et so on as a what was the set of rebel likes you had some hollywood icons that you had james dean natalie wood dennis hopper i mean what was though did you guys all were you guys are friends with one another a beverly long and i were friends we've gone to college together and done plays its city college was at the girl who plays your girlfriend uh in the lower the blonde with yawn pony tail yeah.