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November 05, 1965 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-05

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THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, November 5, 1965

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Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
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By Danny Raskin

Local Theaters to Show 'War Lord'
in World Premiere of Film Epic

"The War Lord," starring Charl-
ton Heston, Richard Boone, Rose-
mary, Forsyth and Guy Stockwell,
will have its world premiere at
five theaters in the greater De-
troit area Wednesday.
The $5,000,000 Universal epic in
Technicolor and Panavision also
features Maurice Evans, the great
Shakespearean actor, and Henry
Wilcoxon, who was associated with
the late Cecil DeMille.

"The War Lord" premier e,
which includes a simultaneous
showing in 80 Michigan theaters,
will be highlighted by presence of
the stars for three days of activi-
ties.
Theaters in the greater Detroit
area which will be especially de-
corated for - the occasion will be
the Grand Circus in downtown
Detroit, Mai Kai in Livonia, Calvin
in Dearborn, Main in Royal Oak
and Cinema I in Warren.

WHAT STARTED OUT as just a gift giving . . . This is quite a
bowling alley about five years clever feature by Marty Madvin .
Dinner at DARBY'S 1 ago, is today one of the fine din- Contains about 10 different types
v ing and dancing spots of our area of imported chesses, mainly from
. . . It's called the Camelot Inn at Scandinavian countries, and comes
is a real treat
1295 W. Maple in Wall Lake . . . individually cartoned in a one-yard
• Visit Our New I
A bar added three years later, length.
SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktail I and now completed is the beautiful
DID YOU SEE Bernie Kerner
Lounge and Bar
dining room and large kitchen . of Darbys on Juvenile Court over
• AI .u.ER
The food is very good and the TV? . . . He was so convincing as
THEATRE
prices reasonable . . . Ben Bundo the "mean stepfather" that num-
Snacks . . . a
Delight
is the personable owner of Came- erous calls came to him at the Rosenberg's 'The Skull'
LUNCHEON
lot Inn, whose other strong points restaurant from people who didn't
A Pleasure
are its airiness, comfort and non- know Bernie was just acting . . . Now at the Fox Theater
congestion.
Usually horror films are set in
One woman called and said she
Res. UN 2-7642
36 INCHES OF chesse . . . one never realized he was such a mean the era of gaslight, hansom cabs
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
of the most unusual items we've man . . . He always looks so and eerie mansions. Max J. Rosen-
seen in a long time for business pleasant!
■••■•■•■•■■■(.1■■ ■

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berg's "The Skull," however, has
7113 PURITAN
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FIRST ANNIVERSARY of the a present-day setting; and, for the
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opening of their Embers Delicates- first time in a horror film, actor
Peter Cushing is seen clean shaven.
Ample Parking
sen-Restaurant on W. 7 Mile Rd.,
AGED are the tales of
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is being celebrated by Ed Shapiro The Paramount film is now at the
great knights whose RARE
and Phil Moscowitz . . . Both are Fox Theater.
Rosenberg began his film shocker
THE EMBERS'
chivalrous exploits thrilled
hard working guys and worthy of
the success their place is enjoying wave by filming in England "The
FIRST ANNIVERSARY
all ... perhaps that is why
. . . That kosher, corned beef and Curse of Frankenstein." His first
SPECIAL
their romantic adventures
pastrami at $1.99 a pound is quite venture into horror proved so suc-
cessful
that
although
he
has
done
an
offer!
live on.
other types of pictures, his special-
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ty has become the gory film.
For a memorable and fes-
now appearing at Sammy Sofferin's
Wonder Bar and Steak House are
tive evening-we invite you
$199 lb.
Stuart Rosenberg is directing
J. C. LODGE X WAY
internationally known . . . and so for Jack Lemmon's Jalem Produc-
to try the unexcelled, con-
Limited time only—Nov. 14 last day
AT MILWAUKEE
much in demand that Sammy is tions early in 1966, "Cool Hand
tinental cuisine and scin-
mighty lucky to get them for his Luke," a modern drama and the
IN THE HARLAN
fine Washington Blvd. spot.
tillating entertainment at
HOUSE
first of three films to be guided
Delicatessen - Restaurant
ONE MILE OF superhighway by Rosenberg for Lemmon's organ-
our "music bar."'
873-6100
17244 W. 7 MILE
looks much like another, and with ization.
the restaurant chains using the
same floor plan in each establish-
ment, its hard to remember just
where you are . . . But a family
that had breakfast, lunch and din-
You are INVITED
ner in three such turnpike resta-
urants didn't realize how confused
to have your
one member was getting . . . As
Brilliant recording stars who play popular numbers as well as the C,ha-
Cha, Rumba, Huracha and Mambo.
they walked into the resaurant for
next Banquet — at
dinner, some 500 miles from the
Appearing Nightly For Your Dancing and Listening Pleasure
one where they had breakfasted,
IT'S ROCKING with a LATIN BEAT! DETROIT'S GREATEST
their four-year-old son exclaimed
ENTERTAINMENT THRILL!
in bewilderment, "We've been
Internationally famous ... played clubs like: Basin Street, Pladium,
traveling all day, and here we are
Grossinger's Deauville, Desert Inn, also the United Nations
again!"
NAME OF THIS column was
originally intended only as a
WONDER BAR & STEAK HOUSE
temporary one until another could
be selected . . . The search still
DINING & DANCING AT ITS FINEST
Excellent Food
continues for a better name . .
Between Statler and Sheraton Hotels
Detroit's Finest Supper Club
Location
If you can help us, please send
LUNCHEON—Dinner—Late Snacks
1221 Washington Blvd.
Facilities
in thoughts . . . Also, if you have
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any ideas regarding the format of
Service by a Veteran Staff!
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SAMMY SOFFERIN'S

Jews in Germany Hit
Showing of Nazi Films

BONN (JTA) — The C e n t r al
Council of Jews in Germany made
a formal protest to two federal
ministers against current showings
of amended old Nazi films in West
German theaters.
The films have been altered to
show how the Nazis tried to in-
fluence public opinion, but the
Council contended that even with
the changes, the showings could
lead to a revival of Nazi thinking.
The complaint, in a telegram to
new Justice Minister Richard Jae-
ger and new Interior Minister. Paul
Lucke, asked government action to
prevent such showings.

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