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August 07, 1964 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-07

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Sammy Davis to Open Four-Week
Fisher Run in 'Golden Boy'; Cancels
Two Performances Due to Yom Kipper

RICHARD

BURTON
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PANAVISION
TECI - IN 'COLOR • [: ) AAA4OUNT

RELEASE

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GOOD SEATS AT BOX-
OFFICE or SEARS STORES.

SHOWS DAILY 2 P.M. • 8:30

SUNDAYS 2 P.M. • 8 P.M.

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The musical version of Clifford Magic" fame heads a supporting
Odets' "Golden Boy" starring Sam- cast that includes Paula Wayne,
my Davis will open a four-week Kenneth Tobey, Ted Beniades, Roy
engagement at the Fisher Theater, Glenn, Charles Welch, Don Crab-
Tuesday, Aug. 25, prior to Broad- tree and Jaime Rogers, Jeanette
DuBois, Johnny Brown.
way. •
Others responsible for the half
The Hillard Elkins production
has a score by Charles Strouse and million dollar production include
lyrics by Lee Adams, the team who •choreographer Donald McKayle,
wrote "Bye Bye Birdie." Peter musical director Elliot Lawrence.
Coe, who directed "Golden Boy," Tony Walton, who designed the
did the smash hit "Oliver." The sets, costumes and projections.
book was written by the late Mr. Tharon Musser who did the light-
ing and Richard Pilbrown who de-
Octets.
Billy Daniels, of "Old Black vised the productions.
"Golden Boy" marks Sammy
Davis' return to the legit theater
after having kept "Mr. 'Wonderful"
going for a full year on the
strentgh of his personality and I
performance.
Since then Davis actually be-
came the world's outstanding en-
tertainer, playing to capacity in the
top night clubs in the world and
makes such movies as "Robin and
the Seven Hoods," "Sergeants
Three." "Ocean's Eleven" and a
score of others.
The musical version of "Golden
Boy" hews to the lines originally
created by Mr. Odets in telling the
story of a young man, anxious to
break out of the ghetto, who found
he could punch his way out as a
fighter, quicker than playing his
way out as a musician.
There will be two extra per-•
formances on Sunday, Sept. 13, in
place of the Tuesday, Sept. 15, and
Wednesday ma tine e, Sept. 15,
performances which will not be
played, due to Yom Kippur.

BCE WEINGARIEN

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Peter O'Toole portrays King
Henry II in Hal Wallis' production
of "Becket." Costarring in the pic-
ture is Richard Burton. Filmed in
Panavision and Technicolor at
Shepperton Studio s, England,
"Becket's" supporting c a s t is
headed by John Gielgud, Donald
Wilfit, Martita Hunt, Pamela
Brown, Gino Cervi, Paolo Stoppa
and Felix Aylmer. Now playing
at the United Artists.

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Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr.
and Dean Martin star in a Chicago-
gangland spoof, "Robin and the
Seven Hoods", at the Royal Thea-
ter. Martin plays a small-time hood-
lum and pool shark, while Davis
and Sinatra are members of a top
gang in this modernized version of
the old English story.

NOW YOU CAN SEE THE
ORIGINAL UNCUT VERSION!

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A great new musical hit with the Broadway star of "A
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FORUM"

ZERO MOSTEL
and the directorial genius of the man who created
"WEST SIDE STORY"

JEROME ROBBINS
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Friday
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Saturday
5.30, 7:30, 9:30
Sunday
Reduced Admission Sat. & Sun.
up to 6 PM.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayerand
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FEATURE STARTS:
DOORS OPEN:
3:00, 5:15, 7:30,
Mon., Thurs.: 3 p.m.
9:45 p.m.
3:45, 6:00, 8:20,
Friday: 3 p.m.
10:40 p.m.
1:35, 3:50, 6:10,
Saturday: 1 p.m.
8:25, 10:45 p.m.
1:00, 3:10, 5:10,
Sunday: 1 p.m.
7:25, 9:40 p.m.
Special Matinee Every Day;
Late Show Friday & Saturday

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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