Happy Labor Day, all.
While many head for the beach, or their boats, or just family get-togethers, one of our Labor Day traditions is watching the 1955 classic movie, "Picnic." William Holden plays a drifter who arrives in a Kansas town on Labor Day by hopping a freight train. There he runs into an old college buddy, played by Cliff Robertson, and falls in love with Kim Novak. The great Rosalind Russell steals the show as an old maid school teacher. One of the many unforgettable scenes is the Novak-Holden dance beneath the chinese lanterns. Here it is:
Exploring what to see and do in North Palm Beach and the South Florida area. Your hosts are Pam and Gerry Barker.
Listen to Chapter One of "Panama Palmer"