I imagine it would be hard for someone young today to appreciate the breath of his appeal. But there is this. In the rolling hills of southwest Wisconsin, far from the plains of the Nile delta or the forests of Lebanon, nestled along the high, picturesque dalles of the Wisconsin River is a little town called Wisconsin Dells. It has become a resort area hosting the thousands of tourists attracted to the cool water and beautiful north woods countryside. In the heart of the sprawl is a supper club called Wally’s House of Embers, there since the late 1950s. For that special occasion it has a cozy, overly-decorated, very private booth for two. Anyone wanting to reserve it for a romantic dinner by candlelight needs just to ask for the Omar Sharif Room.