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August 18, 1967 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, August 18, 1967

FREE
PARKING
in
Fisher
Theatre
lot across
the street.

WeekcI••rs:
7:30, 9:45

Saturdays:
6:00, 8:15,
10:30

Sundays:
7:30, 5:e0
7:15, 9:30

WINNER

GOLUAINIA PICTURES

OF

HIED ZINNEMANNS

MAI of

A MAN
FOR ALL
SEASONS

THHICOLO1

6

ACADEMY
AWARDS
INCLUDING

BEST
PICTURE!

STUDIO NEW CENTER

3rd at the

Blyd. • TR. 4-0025 FREE PARKING • Entrance on 3rd app. Theatre

A' ACADEMY AWARD

WINNER

"BEST FOREIGN FILM!"
"BEST SCREENPLAY!"
WINNER GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS

BEST FOREIGN FILM • BEST ACTRESS

Hollywood's Creations, Personalities

! ing motion picture, "The Grad- Happily for the actor's image with
uate," Joseph E. Levine's presen- the children, two of the three char- S
HOLLYWOOD — Michael Blank- cation, currently before the cam- acters aren't so bad.
Alan is also an unhappy lover
eras with Anne Bancroft. young
fort, author of "The Juggler" — Dustin Hoffman and Katharine who tries to commit suicide with
o ne of the first movies made by Ross. The daring story from the his sweetheart Shirley MacLaine
Americans in Israel about Israel— Charles Webb novel relates the in Joseph E. Levine's "Woman
currently is headquartering in the coming of age of a college boy, the Times Seven." At the party occa-
Upper Galilee near the former ! trials and tribulations of ado- sioned by the premiere of the mad-
Syrian highlands to write a new lescence against the background cap movie we were introduced to
feature motion picture for Holly- of today. Nichols says that his Arkin's parents, a nice, simple
wood. While researching his sub- film deals much with unspoken Jewish couple visiting here from
Brooklyn.
feet matter, he has been traveling things between people. To him,
from Gaza to Jerusalem and "The Graduate" is a healthy pie-
lure
which
even
his
little
daughter
Ramallah. In a letter to the mem-
were old enough.
h
b..r , hip of the Writnrs Guild of could see—if she
NEW YORK (JTA) — One of
*
*
rrtnrica. West. which most re-
nnntly elected him ornsident toIra Levin's runaway bestseller, the orchestras
most popular
tunes in played
by
in Moscow
hotels and
succeed Christopher Knopf, he "Rosemary's Baby," will be restaurants is the Hebrew melody
reports optimistinally about his brought to the screen by producer "Nava Nagila," it was reported in
"after-victory" imoressions in the William Castle for Paramount Pic- The New York Times from the
Holy Land. The distinguished tures this summer. Polish-Jewish Soviet capital. The song is enthusi-
novelist - scenarist - producer says director Roman Polanski, who asticlly received by diners who
that he feels a little more san- won world-wide acclaim and an frequently dance to it, correspon-
guine about the future in the Near
nademy Awards nomination for dent said in his cable.
Fast. though small battlers may his first Warsaw-made feature.
still be forthcoming. Blankfort "Knife in The Water," in 1964,
Take the Family to Dinner
witnessed an extraordinary frat- then made "Repulsion"—not much
and a movie.
ernization going on between Jor- to our liking—in England, is writ-
danians and Egyptians with Israeli ing the screenplay from the Ira
Exclusive Area Showing
civilians and soldiers. "Bitt the Levin book and is set to direct.
o^nole by themselves rarely make A master of the macabre and mys-
Held Over 2nd BIG WEEK
wars," is his conclusion.
terious setting, he is right at home
WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS!
with "Rosemary's Baby," an eerie
*
r

By HERBERT G. LUFT
A Ines
(Copyrig ht

Mike Nichols, the 35-year-old
boy wonder, four years aeri one-
• half of the nightclub team of Nich-
ols & May, who helmed five SRO
footlight presentations on Broad-
way within a short time. from
"Barefoot in the Park." "The Odd
Couple," "Luv." "The Knack" to

story

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aneh
daietv
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for his intense visual shock effects
which have become the trademark
of Polanski. Mia Farrow (Mrs.
1966 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
Frank Sinatra) who most recently
returned from London where she
co-starred with Laurence Harvey
in "A Dandy in Aspic" (also di-
the current hit musical. "The rected by Mr. Harvey), is signed
Apple Tree," has managed to for the starring role of "Rose-
sandwich into his stage activities
mary's Baby," with filming, in
one of the most-talked about. most
technicolor, to begin in August.
loved and most hated motion - pic-
* *
tures of film history, Edward
Theodore Bikel has been signed
Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia
Woolf?" — which netted Elizabeth by producer Robert B. Radnitz for
Taylor this year's "Best Actress" a starring role in "My Side Of The
Academy Award. last w-ek, Mike Mountain," from the Hans Chris-
Nichols, a Jewish boy of Russian tian Andersen Award-winning
, Tent horn Michael I. Peschkow. novel by Jean George and a
ARIA BY CLAUDE LELOUCH WITH ANOUK AIMEE
ri: 8:00, 10:00
sky in Berlin who fled with his screen-play by Ted Sherdeman.
Sat.: 7:00, 9:00, 11:00
1 -41211S TIMITCIA" .11111( 142211./1 tAgh"Calr 'it
;un.: 5:30, 7:30, 9:30
family to America to escape Nazi Jane Klove and Joanna Crawford.
persecution, introduced himself to The signing of Bikel reunited the
the Hollywood Foreign Press Or- noted actor-folk singer with pro-
race •TTEN0 ■ 1411••1111,1hIG
Naar TO
' ganization to discuss his forthcom- ducer Radnitz who starred Bikel
Lwernois at Davison • WE. 30070
in his very first film. "Dog of
Flanders" which won the Venice
Film Festival Award. "My Side
Of The Mountain" will be nhoto-
graphed entirely in Canada on
location in Toronto and in the
province of Quebec. Bikel will
In announcing this new theatre, we forego the usual superlatives. Simply add up all of the best
sing several songs in the film in
features of the new theatres you have visited, and expect to find them here. Then add the most
which he plays a wandering trou-
important feature of all—"The Family Way." It's the kind of excellence you may expect
badour who befriends a 14-year-old
boy running away to the mountains
regularly at the T000e.
to become a modern-day Thoreau.

GRAND PRIZE WINNER

A MAN-)
ANCI A WOMAN

STUDIO I

I

ItE1R0 GOIDAndi MAYER

ACAP-OPCNII

DAVID LEANS FILM

Or DUNS PA0IERT016

DOCTOR
ZHW ► GO

IN PANAVISION• MCP
14ETROCOLON

FRI., MON., TUES.: Open 7:15. Short
subjects in color 7:35.
"DR. ZHIVAGO." 8:00 only
SAT. EVE.: Re-open 5:00, "DR. ZHI-
VAGO," 5:30, 9:15.
SUN.: Open 1:30, '/DR. ZHIVAGO,"
1:45. 5:15, 8:35.
• • •
SAT.: Matinee Children's Show
Open 1:00 Starts 1:20, Over 4:20

iBERK LEY ' ,TREAT RE-

.L

12

MILE AT. COOLIDGE.

THE MOST BARBARIC
SPECTACLE EVER BROUGHT
TO THE SCREEN!

*

OPENS THURSD W. AUGUST 17th

THEATRE

"Speaks clearly and truly to a
whole new generation of long-
haired, soft-eyed kids who are
beginning to discover that a man
Is not a man because he is tough,
or queer because he is tender."

—Newsweek Masasine

1 "Extremely frank and outspoken.


The acting is superb. Bill Naugh-
ton, who wrote "Alfie", did the
script and Paul McCartney of The
Beatles, composed the score."

T-Redboolt 540 l,/*

The BOWING BROTHERS Production
HAY1EY MILLS JOHN 14119 RIVELBEIMIETT
MARJORIE JIMMIES w

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Alan Arkin, the funny Soviet
navy officer landing from a strand-
ed submarine in "The Russians
Are Coming. The Russians Are
Coming," tells us tongue-in-cheek
that he wished he had stuck to
comedy and not accepted the role
Of the psychotic killer who terror.
izes blind Audrey Hepburn in the
filmization of "Wait Until Dark."
"I'm afraid I'll lose all my fans
and even my own kids may be
afraid of me after seeing me on
the screen."
Arkin actually plays three dif-
ferent characterizations in the
Warner Bros. thriller, adapted
from Frederick Knotts stage hit.

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