Laura Vitale began working in her father's restaurant as a teenager and when it closed, she wanted to continue her culinary career, so she began an online cooking series. Now with her own TV show, Vitale shares with a wider audience simple recipes that help show how a hearty meal can bring friends and family together around the dinner table or for parties. Her personal touch is telling stories while preparing get-togethers, like a ``best friends brunch'' or sharing her grandmother's favorite recipes.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Simply Laura - Eyes of Laura Mars - Netflix
Eyes of Laura Mars is a 1978 American mystery-thriller film starring Faye Dunaway and Tommy Lee Jones and directed by Irvin Kershner. The screenplay was adapted (in collaboration with David Zelag Goodman) from a spec script titled Eyes, written by John Carpenter; it was Carpenter's first major studio film. H. B. Gilmour later wrote a novelization. Producer Jon Peters, who was dating Barbra Streisand at the time, bought the screenplay as a starring vehicle for her, but Streisand eventually decided not to take the role because of “the kinky nature of the story,” as Peters later explained. As a result, the role went to Dunaway, who had just won an Oscar for her performance in Network. Streisand nevertheless felt that “Prisoner,” the torch song from the film, would be a good power ballad vehicle for her. She sang it on the soundtrack and garnered a moderate hit as a result (the record peaked at number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100). Eyes of Laura Mars is said to be an example of an American version of the Italian giallo genre. The film is also noted for its use of red herrings and its twist ending.
Simply Laura - Cast - Netflix
Faye Dunaway as Laura Mars Tommy Lee Jones as Lieutenant John Neville Brad Dourif as Tommy Ludlow René Auberjonois as Donald Phelps Raúl Juliá as Michael Reisler Frank Adonis as Sal Volpe Lisa Taylor as Michelle Darlanne Fluegel as Lulu Rose Gregorio as Elaine Cassel Bill Boggs as Himself Steve Marachuk as Robert Meg Mundy as Doris Spenser Marilyn Meyers as Sheila Weissman
Simply Laura - References - Netflix