The three-time Oscar nominee worked with many of Hollywood’s most iconic leading men — including Clark Gable, Humphrey Bogart, Glenn Ford, Kirk Douglas, Charlton Heston, and Frank Sinatra — and such storied directors as William Wyler, Frank Capra, Otto Preminger and Robert Wise. Eleanor Parker died Monday in Palm Springs of pneumonia complications. She was 91. She earned back-to-back Best Actress Academy Award noms for Caged (1951) and Detective Story (1952) and added a third just three years later for Interrupted Melody (1955). Parker starred in dozens of films and TV shows during her 50-year career, but she’s perhaps most widely remembered as the Baroness in the 1965 Best Picture winner The Sound Of Music. On the big screen, she also starred in such films as Scaramouche, The Man With The Golden Arm, The King And Four Queens, A Hole In The Head and Panic Button. By the 1970s, Parker was focusing on TV, and she earned a Best Actress Golden Globe nom for the 1969-70 series Bracken’s World. She went on to appear on such series as Hawaii Five-O, Vega$, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island and Murder, She Wrote.