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August 27, 1965 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-27

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New Film Role for Gila Golan

HOLLYWOOD—Gila Golan, the "Our Man Flint."
Saul David is producing the
Israeli beauty who made her
screen debut in Stanley Kramer's $3,000,000 CinemaScope "modern-
rather controversial movie, "Ship day swashbuckling adventure
of Fools," was Miss Golden Globe yarn," scripted by Hal Fimberg
of 1965 for the Awards presenta- and Ben Starr, from an original
tions of the Hollywood Foreign story by Fimberg.
Press Asociation. Currently on a
Gila Golan, whose name changed
loan-out to 20th Century-Fox for from Zoshia Zavatski (as she was
a co-starring role in "Our Man christened in Krakow by her fos-
Flint," Miss Golan this week hand ter parents) to Mara (Miriam) Gol-
another pleasant surprise when denburg when she came to Israel
Columbia Studios picked up her op- after war's end, tells us now that
tion for a long-term contract.
several couples tried to claim
In "Our Man Flint," currently her after she became known as a
before the cameras under Daniel movie actress. She doesn't remem-
Mann's direction, Gila Golan gets ber her real parents; she never
a chance to play both drama and knew of them, since she was
comedy as she masterminds the found as an orphan child. She
efforts of a band of world con- never had a birthday and doesn't
spirators to foil the good work of know for certain how old she is.
Is she really Jewish? "I don't
super-secret-agent James Coburn.
Certainly a switch of character know whether my parents were,
from the "Ugly Duckling of "Ship but I am," Gila assures us. "I be-
of Fools" to the demi-mondaine of lieve in the One God. And I be-

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Columbia's production head Mike
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studio will finance and distribute
the Romy Schneider—starred "The
Countess," to be directed by Lu-
chino Visconti. The film is based
on the novel "Countess Tarnov-
ska" by Hans Habe who spent the
war years in the U.S. and returned
as editor of the first American
army newspaper to Europe in
1945. Film rights to the book were
originally purchased as a vehicle
for Miss Schneider by Arthur
Cohn, producer of the documen-
tary feature, "The Sky Above and
The Mud B e 1 o w"—last year's
Oscar winner.

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32—Friday, August 27, 1965



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COLUMBIA
PICTURES

items, representing Jewish culture
in Prague and Bohemia over a
1,000-year period. The collection
survived the Nazi occupation of
Czechoslovakia only because Hitler
intended to establish a "Museum of
Liquidated Races."

EASTMANCOLDI A UNITED ARTISTS RELEASE

MOVIE
GUIDE

...a most a love stor

ovetNois

WEST BERLIN ( J T A) — The
West Berlin Jewish Community
Center announced that 500 exhibits
from the Jewish Museum in Prague
will be shown at an exhibition at
the center opening Wednesday.
The display involves the first
grant of permission by a Commu-
nists country since the war for a
showing of exhibits outside the
Communist zones. From the many
thousands of Jewish religious
items at the old Prague Synagogue,
the director of the center, Itzhak
Pruschnowski, has selected 500

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lieve in people. Sometimes my
friends say. 'You are too trusting.'
But why shouldn't I be trusting?
People have been good to me, in
Israel and in America."

Peter O'Toole
Freed Heads Film Academy
James Mason
Arthur Freed was re-elected
pr esident of the Academy of
Curt Jurgens
Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
4th
Great
Week!
for the year 1965-66. The veteran
film producer, for the past 30
years with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,
is the recipient of two personal
Oscars in 1958 for "Gigi" and
earlier still in 1951 for "An Ameri-
can in Paris." He also received the
Irving G. Thalberg Award in 1951.
Freed has served as Academy
president for the past two years
and was first vice-president of the
two preceding years. He produced
the annual Oscar Awards presen-
tation for four consecutive years.

HAVE YOU SEEN IT YET?

ZOR

Czech Jewish Treasures to Be Shown in W. Berlin

By HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright. 1965, JTA, Inc.)

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