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The Green Goddess (1923) Poster

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A print of this film in its ten reel original length survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archives, and the Warner Bros Archives After being restored by Warner's and the UCLA in 1998, and was shown at the 9th Annual Festival of Preservation 23 august 1998.
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The Green Goddess salad dressing is named for its tint. The most accepted theory regarding its origins points to the Palace Hotel in San Francisco in 1923, when the hotel's executive chef Philip Roemer wanted something to pay tribute to actor George Arliss and his hit play, The Green Goddess. He then concocted this dressing, which, like the play, became a hit. This dressing, which contained anchovies, scallions, parsley, tarragon, mayonnaise, tarragon vinegar, and chives,is a variation of a dressing originated in France by a chef to Louis XIII who made a sauce au vert (green sauce) which was traditionally served with "green eel".
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