Frank Sinatra is seen with Snuffy the Cairn terrier, who will appear in Sinatra’s upcoming movie “Pal Joey” as a bagel-eating dog, and the runner-up for the part, a Basset hound, 1957.
“She doesn’t approve of fashion magazines. It’s chichi and an unrealistic approach to self-impressions as well as economics.”
“We’re going to have trouble. She’s a thinker.”
Jim and Olivia continued to see each other after they returned to Los Angeles. On one occasion, Stewart arrived at her Spanish-colonial house in the Hollywood hills driving his brand-new La Salle convertible. She was impressed until the automobile began making a weird groaning sound and they started rolling down the hill. The brakes had failed! Jim took off in pursuit, but the La Salle picked up speed down the incline, denting other cars and ruining curbside shrubbery along the way. Finally, it crashed into a telephone pole. Naturally, Stewart, who had been trying to impress his date, was terribly embarrassed, but she laughed and thanked him for the entertainment. They then continued their evening as planned - in her car.
According to Bewitched historian Herbie J. Pilato, “Dick York absolutely loved Agnes Moorehead… quite simply the relationship between Dick York and Agnes Moorehead was the exact opposite of the relationship between Darrin and Endora.” Moorehead was a very religious lady, having grown up as the daughter of a fundamentalist minister. She saw Dick as a kindred spirit. “I probably understand him better than the others. He’s rather profound, you know,” Moorehead told TV Guide in 1965. “He has a spiritual quality. I am a religious girl. I have great faith. This creates a rapport between us.”