Tuesday, February 4, 2020

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FRESH BANANAS
 
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Fresh Made SALADS Prepared Daily
 
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BEEF CHICKEN PORK LAMB & VEAL Fresh Daily
 
 
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KALE GNOCCHI
 
Simple & Easy to Serve
 
Boil the Gnocchi, drain, put in a pan with Butter and fresh Sage. Toss gnocchi in the warm Butter & Sage, add fresh grated Parmesan Cheese, toss and Serve in less than 10 Minutes.
 
Or if you want toahev these GNOCCHI with your own homemade Tomato Sauce , get the Recipe in SUNDAY SAUCE by Daniel Bellino Zwicke, make your own fresh Tomato Sauce (Sugo di Pomodoro), heat the sauce, cook the Kale Gnocchi, drain the gnocchi, toss with your tomato sauce, serve on a plate, and add some fresh grated Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese, Grana Padano, or Pecorino Romano. "ENJOY" !
 
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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Claudine Longet Shot Spider Sabich





Claudine Longet with Spider Sabich





The MURDER of SPIDER SABICH

Claudine Longet


Claudine Longet shot and Killed Pro-Skier Spider Sabich in Aspen, Colorado


Narrated by Dominick Dunner






CLAUDINE LONGET





Andy Williams with Ex Wife Claudine Longet








SUNDAY SAUCE








Sunday, January 5, 2020

Sammy Davis Junior





Sammy Davis Jr.







SAMMY DAVIS Jr.

On BILL BOGGS SHOW







SAMMY DAVIS Jr.

BBC HOLLYWOOD GREATS

Documentary





SAMMY DAVIS Jr.

LETTERMAN SHOW

September 16, 1985





SUNDAY SAUCE








SAMMY DAVIS Jr.

ARSENIO HALL SHOW Part I




SAMMY DAVIS Jr.

Part 2 of 3

ARSENIO






SAMMY

ARSENIO HALL SHOW

Part 3 of 3





SAMMY

Live in LAS VEGAS






Sammy Davis Jr.

Live in Germany 1985

Mr. BOJANGLES






The CANDY MAN

SAMMY DAVIS Jr.














Jerry Lewis







Jerry Lewis 

on The Bill Boggs Show 





JERRY LEWIS


Interview on BILL BOGGS SHOW



Jerry Lewis AM (born March 16, 1926) is an American comedian, actor, singer, film producer, screenwriter and film director and is known for his slapstick humor in film, television, stage and radio. His career began in 1946, with an act together with Dean Martin, forming the team of Martin and Lewis, which performed in live nightclubs, television programs, radio shows and theatrical movies before 1956, when the two men parted ways, after ten years as a duo.

Then since 1957, as a solo, Lewis went on to star in many more films, such as The Delicate Delinquent (his debut as film producer), The Bellboy (his debut as film director, screenwriter and development of video assist), and The Nutty Professor, as well as many television shows and appearances, music albums, live concerts and more. From 1966 to 2010, Lewis hosted the annual Labor Day Telethon for the Muscular Dystrophy Association for over forty years and from 1950 to 2011, served as national chairman of the organization.

Lewis has won several awards for lifetime achievements from the American Comedy Awards, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Venice Film Festival, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame





JERRY LEWIS

On The TONIGHT SHOW

With JOHNNY CARSON




AMERICA'S FAVORITE DISHES

And SECRET RECIPES









JERRY LEWIS talking about

Getting together with DEAN MARTIN




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Saturday, January 4, 2020

Tony Curtis


Tony Curtis




TONY

Tony says he was afraid he was a Homosexual (minute 5:47)

because so many men were hitting on him.




"And then I got frightened that maybe I was a Homosexual. That's what I said. Frightened that I was a homosexual because I was getting hit-on by so many men. And I didn't like that. I felt normal. I wanted a normal life. I wanted to sit across a table from a girl, like Cary did. Small talk and have a drink. I didn't want to do that with a guy."





Debonair Tony



 
 

Tony Curtis with Janet Leigh


 

Tony Almost Cries

(Minute 14:35 in video above)

"Richard Fliesher said its the greatest film performance of any actor
in the history of movies. I'm gonna dry. I'm thrilled. I mean you know."




The BADASS COOKBOOK

BADASS Like TONY





Tony hanging out with Dean Martin











TONY CURTIS

Interview with SKIP E LOWE






TONY CURTIS tells HOLLYWOOD STORIES

2009 Interview






STONEY CURTIS

Tony Curtis on The FLINSTONES




Thursday, January 2, 2020

Gercino





The Woman Taken

Guercino

1621


Giovanni Francesco Barbieri was born into a family of peasant farmers in Cento, a town in the Po Valley mid-way between Bologna and Ferrara. Being cross-eyed, at an early age he acquired the nickname by which he is universally known, Guercino (a diminutive of the Italian noun guercio, meaning 'squinter').[7] Mainly self-taught, at the age of 16, he worked as apprentice in the shop of Benedetto Gennari, a painter of the Bolognese School. An early commission was for the decoration with frescos (1615–1616 ) of Casa Pannini in Cento, where the naturalism of his landscapes already reveals considerable artistic independence.[10] In Bologna, he was winning the praise of Ludovico Carracci. He always acknowledged that his early style had been influenced by study of a Madonna painted by Ludovico Carracci for the Capuchin church in Cento, affectionately known as "La Carraccina".

His painting Et in Arcadia ego from around 1618–1622 contains the first known usage anywhere of the Latin motto, later taken up by Poussin and others, signifying that death lurks even in the most idyllic setting. The dramatic composition of this canvas (related to his Flaying of Marsyas by Apollo (1617–1618[13]) created for The Grand Duke of Tuscany, which shares the same pair of shepherds) is typical of Guercino's early works, which are often tumultuous in conception. He painted two large canvases, Samson Seized by Philistines (1619) and Elijah Fed by Ravens (1620), for Cardinal Serra, a Papal Legate to Ferrara. Painted at a time when it is unlikely that Guercino could have seen Caravaggio's work in Rome, these works nevertheless display a starkly naturalistic Caravaggesque style.




Saint Sebastian

Guercino

Discovered, identified as a Guercino, and purchased at auction by actor
Federico Castelluccio (Furio in The Sopranos) in 2015 ..



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Remembering Prince Grace of Monaco

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Grace Kelly

Grace Patricia Kelly (November 12, 1929 – September 14, 1982) was an American film actress who, after starring in several significant films in the early- to mid-1950s, became Princess of Monaco by marrying Prince Rainier III in April 1956.

In the summer of 1954, Grace Kelly and Cary Grant were on the French Riviera working on an Alfred Hitchcock movie, To Catch a Thief (1955). It was probably the scene after she speeds along the Moyen Corniche to quickly get to the "picnic grounds" -- and away from a tailing police car -- that she had time to look at the Mediterranean and the countryside along the coast. "Whose gardens are those?" she asked screenwriter John Michael Hayes. "Prince Grimaldi's". She would not meet the prince until the following year. In New York in March 1955, she received a call from Rupert Allan, Look Magazine's west coast editor who had become a friend since writing three cover stories on her. The French government wanted her to attend the Cannes Film Festival that May. She had to given some good reasons to go. One: The Country Girl (1954) would be shown at the festival. Two: she had really loved working on the Riveria the summer before. She met Prince Rainier of Monaco during the Cannes festival. He needed a wife, because with no heir to the throne, Monaco would again be part of France -- after his death -- and its citizens would have to pay French taxes. And Kelly thought it was time for her to select a husband, one who would finally meet with her parents' approval. Her biographers show that the life of a princess was not exactly living happily ever after. Old friends from Philadelphia as well as people she had known in Hollywood reported how glad she was to talk about her life in America and to be speaking English. And then on a cliff road she had known so well since her first visit to the Riviera, there was the fatal crash. The spot is said to be the same spot where the picnic scene from To Catch a Thief (1955) was filmed in 1954.

Kelly retired from acting at the age of 26 to marry Rainier, and began her duties as Princess of Monaco. It is well known that Hitchcock was hoping she would appear in more of his films which required an "icy blonde" lead actress, but he was unable to coax her out of retirement. Kelly and Rainier had three children: Princess Caroline, Prince Albert, and Princess Stéphanie. Kelly retained her link to America by her dual U.S. and Monégasque citizenship. Princess Grace died at Monaco Hospital on September 14, 1982, succumbing to injuries sustained in a traffic collision the previous day. At the time of her death she was 52 years old.

 

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Grace Patrica Kelly

1929 - 1982

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