LOS ANGELES:  Eleanor Parker, a Hollywood leading lady of the 1940s and 1950s and three-time Oscar nominee who starred alongside big names including Frank Sinatra and Kirk Douglas and later appeared as the baroness in the blockbuster “The Sound of Music,” has died. She was 91. Parker, whose ability to tackle many kinds of roles including heavy drama and light comedy earned her the nickname the “woman of a thousand faces,” died of complications from pneumonia at a medical facility near her home in Palm Springs, California, on Monday, said family friend Richard Gale.–EX