Governor, Mayor Among Notables Janet Margolin Is Bright Star, in 'David
Pa. Sometime during princi- Premier Playhouse."
By HERBERT G. LUFT
And now "The Greatest Story
to Attend Bnai Brith Star Night
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nominated for the "T o n y" Ever Told" — perhaps her great-
Crystal and Maurice Zeiger,
president of the Council.
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practical nurses in ceremonies
8 p.m. March 13 at the Jewish
Center, announced Ruth Edel-
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HOLLYWOOD —Janet Mar- Award and raced. by train to est film role of the coming years.
golin last week was given a , New York to attend the ban-
'nomination for a Golden Globe quet at the Waldorf-Astoria.
Award by the Hollywood Foreign
Janet Margolin was intrigued
Press Association, an organiza- by the beauty of her role:As the
tion in which I serve as an girl in "David and Lisa," she
talks in childish rhyme, has a
Polish Actress Will
She is also recipient of the split personality, but awakens
Star in Jewish Folk
"Best Actress Award" given at from her day-dreams by the love
the 1962 San Francisco Film of one who has shared her fate.
The Jewish Folk Chorus and Festival for her first feature pic-
"David and Lisa" has opened
IKUF will present Sarah Rut- ture "David and Lisa," which has doing weekly $17,000 business in
baum, noted Jewish actress of since opened to r a v e reviews one small art house in New York
Poland, in an evening of recita- throughout the country and was alone. J a n et, meanwhile, did
tions, monologues and one-act highly honored in Europe.
some television films, a Russian
plays 8 p.m. March 27 at the
Earlier still, the now 19-year- girl in a "Ben Casey" segment,
For Good Photographs
old Janet appeared on Broadway and also appeared in "Alcoa
and Prompt Service
The Jewish Folk Chorus will in "Daughter of Silence" oppo-
Call me at
present a program of songs. site Emlyn Williams where she
FOR THE ULTIMATE
Tickets are available from mem- was lauded by Walter Kerr for
IN GOOD MUSIC
bers of the Chorus, at the box her "pale loveliness" and was
office the night of the perform- compared by the critic with
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ance or Rose Baron, DI 1-9231. "Monet's" water lilies. The. New
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And His Orchestra
York Times said her perform-
ance had a "fragile, haunted
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A meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. and "The Daniel Blum Theatre s
GEORGE GREEN PROUDLY PRESENTS:
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be held 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Promising New Actress.
the home of the Nat Risins,
The youg lady with the large •
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who looks like a Biblical fig-
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Dinner at DARBY'S
"The Greatest Story Ever
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Janet Margolin, honored by
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Agency dignitaries, and mem- most promising newcomer of
I bers of the Rassco management 1962," was born in New York
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Czarist Russia) and Annette
Lief, herself a native of New
York, the daughter of Jewish
immigrants from Eastern Eur-
ope. Janet tells us that she is
the first of her family ever to
enter show business.
Her career suffered many set-
backs until the beginning of her
first great success a year ago.
She was called to film director
Frank Perry, who together with
his wife, screen writer Elenore
Perry, was adapting the book
"Lisa and David" by the psy-
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chiatrist Doctor Theodore. Isaac
Rubin, the fictionalized case his-
tory of two young people in a
mental institution. The title was
reversed to "David - and Lisa,"
perhaps to clarify that it was
not "Lisa," a high-budgeted Fox
picture dealing with the escape
of a Jewish girl to Palestine in
the aftermath of World War II.
"David and Lisa" was shot
for $200,000 during a six-week
period at a vacant school in
Wynwood near Philadelphia,
Governor Romney, Mayor
Cavanagh, prominent judge s,
members of the Common Coun-
cil and leaders of business and
labor circles will be among the
10,000 people attending Bnai
Brith's "Great Night of Stars"
8 p.m. March 9 at Cobo Hall.
The show, sponsored free for
its members by the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith Coun-
cil, marks the culmination of
the local groups' 12th annual
fund-raising campaign for the
agencies and philanthropies of
Headlining the show is
comedian Alan King, supported
by the comedy team of Allen
and Rossi, singing comedienne
Jeannie Reynolds; singer Jo-
Ann Florio, harmonica vir-
tuoso Alan Black and the dance
team of Brascia and Tybee.
Entire production is under the
direction of Lenn Borovoy.
The fund-raising campaign
has been chaired by Julius
Kahn, assisted by Herman Kas-
off, Max Krugel, Marvin Mazur,
Morris Direnfeld, Yale Phillips,
Edwin Roth, Lloyd Weingarden,
Sam Freeman, Louis Weber, Hy