Yavaşla ve yaşamdan zevk al.
Hızlı giderek yalnızca manzarayı kaçırmıyorsun, nereye ve neden gittiğin duyusunu da yitiriyorsun. ———————————————————————————
Slow down and enjoy life.
It's not only the scenery you miss by going too fast - you also miss the sense of where you are going and why.
"Barbara Pepper was born May 31, 1915, in New York City in the Astor Hotel, which was managed by her father. Show people, including Eddie Cantor, Gus Edwards and D. W. Griffith, were her friends from babyhood. After attending grammar school in New York, Barbara was sent to a school in Virginia by her parents. Instead, she went to try outs for a new Schubert show in New York. She got a job in the chorus at once. There followed other parts. Eddie Cantor suggested Barbara to Goldwyn for "Roman Scandals." Director King Vidor thought she had dramatic ability and took her out of the chorus line-up to appear in "Our Daily Bread." Barbara is a blue-eyed blonde, 5 ft. 4in., and weighs 117."
It’s Fun Fact Friday! Did you know that the old Adams Theatre originally opened on January 12, 1912 as the Shubert Theatre? The magnificent Beaux-Arts style edifice, designed by architect William F. Lehman, contains a whopping 2,037 seats. Over its lifetime, the Adams thrilled generations of Newarkers with Broadway tryouts, revivals, vaudeville and burlesque shows and karate movies. In 1939, the Shubert Theatre was renamed the Adams after its new owners, Adam and Panagiotis Adamopoulos. Entrepreneurs to the core, the Adamopoulos brothers attracted legendary talent to the theatre. The galaxy of stars included #CabCalloway , #EddieCantor , #TommyDorsey , #DukeEllington , #EllaFitzgerald , #TheAndrewSisters , #TheMarxBrothers and #LaurelandHardy . Comedian Jerry Lee Lewis got his start at the Adams as an usher before he became a movie star, and #FrankieValliandtheFourSeasons performed here, too, to sell-out crowds.
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This gold-plated ring with six simulated pearls was worn by Eddie Cantor in Ali Baba Goes to Town (20th Century Fox, 1937)! One of many pieces offered in our upcoming "Property from Joseff of Hollywood: Treasures from The Vault" auction!
Property from Joseff of Hollywood, master jeweler to the stars during the Golden Age of Hollywood, will head to the auction block on November 17th and 18th!
Screen icons, costume designers and fashionistas sought out Joseff’s dazzling and unique costume jewelry to be worn in films and at special events. Joseff’s works dazzled the red carpet, lit up the big screen and became signature pieces worn by a “Who’s Who” of Golden Hollywood. The concept of renting and loaning jewelry to Hollywood stars was original to Eugene Joseff.
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