Wilson: Who’s Harvey? Miss Kelly: A white rabbit, six feet tall. Wilson: Six feet? Elwood P. Dowd: Six feet three and a half inches. Now let’s stick to the facts.
Or, the ladies who lunch at Perino’s: The Beverly Hills Hotel: And, the Ambassador Hotel:
What? You didn’t think I was serious? Jell-o, a nineteen-twenties aesthetic…and Joan Crawford in Our Dancing Daughters, circa 1928, a naughty, scandalous flapper… Madcap youth! The 1950’s, a changing aesthetic, and Jell-o UNLEASHED: One of my favorite films of all time about the birth of talkies, Singin’ in the Rain,…
Architect Claude Beelman: In 1950 actress Monica Lewis demonstrates “falling back” to Standard Time on the Eastern building clock tower.
Billy Wilder directs Gloria Swanson and William Holden: Drop by tomorrow for more Sunday Stories.